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No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a "Flex" course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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In this four week FLEX class students will learn all about pirates and privateers. Week 1: We will cover famous pirates and their stories. Students will be provided a template to create a Pokemon/Magic the Gathering type of card for their favorite pirate. These will be shared by students in our classroom here online (or if there are technology issues, in a Google classroom). Week 2: Where did pirate roam? How did they move? What were their ships like? This week we will cover various ship...
I developed these material when I was teaching my own students about pirates. They occupy a fascinating place in my personal interests. I put them together so that others can learn about them, and enjoy my fascination with them as well. It helped cement how much fun learning about pirates can be. In fact, so many people are fascinated with them that there is an online game dedicated to letting you be a pirate! My students and I used these materials to prepare to attend the Pirates Dinner and Adventure in Los Angeles.
I will provide everything the students need to succeed in the course. Each week you will be provided with handouts that include reading and discussion questions and an activity. The link to the Google classroom is: w81424f
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
The class is meant to be fun and instructional. I offer it as a FLEX class so that students can go as in depth as they want about pirates, and still have fun. Or they can learn the basics and move on. The class assignments are meant to be fun ways of reviewing the material, and are walked through in class. They are not going to be required to spend a lot (really any) time out of class doing things.
Natasha WunderlichAll things Government (and RPGs)
11 total reviews
15 completed classes
I'm a homeschooling mom of 2 who has taught at K-12 and University level in Government and Political Science. I've homeschooled my kids since we started "school" and we do a lot of learning through games. My goal in teaching is always to teach the...