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Ongoing Adventures (Continent Series #1 )(An Unofficial Druidawn® Adventure)
Druidawn® is a cooperative, interactive role playing game that uses creative writing and problem solving to overcome obstacles in a group setting.
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Once per week
learners per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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This is an Unofficial adventure written by Melissa and Cameron Robb and based on the sourcebook from Druidawn® 1.0. Druidawn® uses cooperative fantasy role playing (dragons, elves, quick-sand OH MY!) to stimulate the imaginations of the players and becomes an excellent source of ideas. It is based entirely in Druidawn®, a fantasy world where the adventures take place. Druidawn® motivates children to write creatively. Players will participate in a verbally interactive story-adventure...
I first experienced Druidawn® as a participant alongside my son. We quickly became enamored with the adventures and with leveling up our beloved characters. Soon I was having fun teaching Druidawn® myself, leading classes through mythical and magical lands. I have been been using Legends of Druidawn® to encourage students to write for many years. Words are currency in Druidawn®. Kids don't HAVE to write, they will WANT to write!
Homework: Each week there will be optional homework. This will be explain verbally to the students and posted on Outschool to the parents so that everyone knows what work should be completed. Students can put in as little or as much time as they choose. Their characters will benefit from their efforts. I encourage the students to send me their homework electronically but that is not required. They can do all their homework written on paper and either send me a picture OR just don't send it in at all. Either way is good.
You will need 1 20-sided die and 2 6-sided dice during each class. You will need your character sheets from the character you created in the beginner Druidawn® class.
Grading: I do not grade this class but I am happy to chat individually with parents that want to work together to determine a final grade for the class if that is important to them.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Be aware that some adventures may have various undead attacking the knights and as in all Druidawn® adventures there is always a peaceful option that the knights may choose but quite frequently they choose a chaotic resolution. Blood, weapons, killing are usually part of a chaotic resolution. If your child prefers peaceful solutions for all scenarios I do offer a PEACEFUL version of this class that may be better suited for that child.
Creative Writing through RPG
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559 total reviews
449 completed classes
I am a homeschool mom in Rhode Island. I love traveling and being with my family. My son is 19 and in his third year of college. We have always homeschooled and always been very active in our local homeschool community. A lot of our travel...