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Reading Camp: Comprehension Review (A Short Story With a Surprise Ending)
In this 4 day camp (60 min. per class), we will read a short story with a surprise ending and practice reading comprehension and other language arts skills.
Amy Snook M.A. English
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over 1 week
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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This camp is for students who love to read. We will read a short story: "The Million Pound Bank Note" by Mark Twain. Students will do the reading assignments outside of the class, though we will read segments together during our discussions. In addition to reading assignments for home work, there are brief writing assignments and a creative final project. We will have brief lectures, group discussions and small group work. I incorporate plenty of time for students to talk, as I believe this...
Students will be able to: ~identify and analyze elements of suspense ~identify and explain author's word choice in development of suspense ~identity the seven plot elements ~identify and discuss the various elements of character development ~identify tone and mood ~identify various literary devices and elements and analyze their impact on the plot and character development ~write brief summaries of specific passages of the text ~compare and contrast short stories
Students will read the short story for homework, though we will read passages aloud in class. They will also have a short writing assignment for each class. Students will complete a final project to be shared during the last class. This will be a "one-pager" and will be explained during the first class.
~highlighter/pencil for annotating (or familiarity with digital annotation tools if using digital copy of text) ~paper for taking notes (or digital method of note-taking) ~misc. items as needed based on student's choice for final project (poster board, markers, other art supplies)
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I respect the opinions each student/family has about the pros/cons of grading. Families may choose to have no grade given for the class/course or to have a grade given based on the following: ~attendance 10% ~participation (discussions and completion of homework and class work in order to be an active participant in each class meeting) 60% ~final project 30%
4 hours per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Hunting, weapons, death
Students will need a hard copy, or digital version of "The Million Pound Bank Note" by Mark Twain. These story is readily available on the internet in a free PDF version. The student must be able to annotate the text, either using a printed hard copy or digitally annotate a digital version.
Amy Snook M.A. English
Amy Snook, B.S. Ed., M.A. in English-Reading, Writing, ELA
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
108 total reviews
126 completed classes
Hello Learners! My name is Amy Snook, and I have been teaching for twenty-one years. I love helping students reach their learning goals by making classes fun and engaging. Whether I am teaching high school students how to analyze and make...