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Pokemon Paragraphs! (An Async English Writing Class)

Tammy Wenhame, Certified Educator
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Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1,525)
This is the original, long-standing, and top-rated Pokemon Paragraph Writing Class on Outschool. Over 500+ students mastered the entire writing process as they write four (one per week) Pokemon-inspired paragraphs.

Class experience

US Grade 2 - 5
Beginner - Intermediate Level
16 lessons//4 Weeks
 Week 1
Lesson 1
Writing Prompt #1; Craft a Pokemon
Learn about Bold Beginnings, 6 supporting sentences and an awesome conclusion. The basic paragraph format - Pokemon Style!
Lesson 2
Adjectives - Tell me three!
Let's talk about adjectives today. That is just a fancy word for describing something. 🧐 We do it every day! & Submit draft
Lesson 3
🚨Pokemon Alert🚨
Our ultra-rare Pokemon need a trading card!
Lesson 4
Wrap up your writing
Submit final paragraph
 Week 2
Lesson 5
Writing Prompt #2 - Explode a Battle Moment
Have you determined all of the battle strengths and weaknesses? Where does your Pokemon live? Now is the time to become an expert on your Ultra-Rare Pokemon!
Lesson 6
Exploded Writing
We are going to talk about Exploding the Pokemon Moment. 💥 Yes, it is like putting dynamite in your writing.
Lesson 7
Let's keep the ideas flowing and learn about the process
Lesson 8
🚨 Pokemon Alert🚨 Wrap up that writing!
Our amazing Ultra-Rare Pokemon need a Pokeball! & Submit your final paragraph
 Week 3
Lesson 9
Writing Prompt #3 - Order of Event Writing
You will need all of your Pokemon Training skills for this week’s writing prompt; order of event writing
Lesson 10
Order of Event Writing
What are the steps to wake a Snorlax?
Lesson 11
Awesome Conclusions and Setting
The two most PokePowerful sentences in all writing.
Lesson 12
🚨Pokemon Alert 🚨 And submit final writing
TubePokemon! Craft your final paragraph.
 Week 4
Lesson 13
Writing Prompt #4 - Team Rocket Awaits
Write your PokeStory; Narrative Writing
Lesson 14
A Theft! - Setting a Story
We’ve got to find a solution to our Ultra-Rare Pokemon being stolen by Team Rocket.
Lesson 15
🚨Pokemon Alert 🚨 Pokemon Emoji!
Yep, narratives are not easy; let's review how, play Pokemon emoji and submit our rough drafts
Lesson 16
Final Lesson!
Order a Pokestory and submit final writing
Within our classroom, we will also hold group discussions each week. Students will submit brainstorming ideas, comment on fellow students' ideas, ask questions and hold writing instruction discussions with the teacher and fellow classmates. Students will use the Outschool classroom posting feature for submitting their required discussion topics. 

Final note: Students will be able to access the forum at any time during the course. This will allow students from various world locations to have the chance to write a Pokemon Paragraph and spend time with Pokemon like-minded students.  
After the success of the live version of this class, my goal is to provide the same high-quality, engaging learning experience in a flex class. I assure you, this class is full of engagement! My educational goal is to enable your student to become engaged in grammar through a common theme - Pokemon. By tapping into your learner's Pokemon enthusiasm, they are active and engaged in their learning process. I have taught over 4,000 Outschool students, and logged more than 800 Outschool teaching hours, in engaging, educational, and inspiring themed English Language courses. I am a certified Tennessee K-6th grade teacher. My educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts in English, Communications, and Print Media. You will find more about my Outschool teaching journey on various media outlets, including CBS New York, Business Insider, and the American Board for Teacher Excellence.

I respond promptly to all messages and conversations initiated by learners and their parents. 
Homework Offered
Final paragraphs will be submitted via the Classroom and/or Teacher communication section within our classroom. Teacher review of written work is submitted to learners by Sunday on all written work submitted the prior Friday.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
This writing prompt class is meant to inspire your students to write. Spelling and grammatical errors are going to be made, and guess what, that is fine! My goal is to enable your students to enter into the writing process without fear and have fun! This flexible scheduled class is a great fit for Pokemon-Fan who is an emerging and/or reluctant writer and emerging confident writer as well. Prior knowledge of paragraph writing is helpful, but not necessary, as these are skills we will be working on within our sessions. The goal of Pokemon Themed Paragraph Flex class is to engage the new, emerging and reluctant writers as they master the writing process and build their writing confidence. This class will focus on the writing process and paragraph structure, grammar and spelling corrections are noted in submitted paragraphs as needed.
Grades Offered
 4 files available upon enrollment
Our writing organizer is supplied each Monday. Your student will also need lined notebook paper, pencils, and/or writing a journal.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
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Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1,525)
Hi, my name is Tammy, a homeschooling mom of 10 years with my primary instructional experience in grades K-8th! I am a certified Elementary Education Instructor through the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence Alternative... 
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16 pre-recorded lessons
4 weeks of teacher feedback
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