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Book Club: Science Comics
Science Fiction Book Club: A Wind in the Door
Join us for this guided reading and discussion group as we enjoy Madeleine L'Engle's time tested science fiction novel, A Wind in the Door; the second in a series of books exploring the time/space continuum.
Barbara (Ms Bobbi) Wells
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Twice per week
over 3 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Students will read and discuss the book, A Wind in the Door, second in the TIme trilogy by Madeleine L'Engle. In six sessions students will be assigned the reading for each class and will discuss the sections read previously. Each class will provide insight into the ideas presented and explore ways we may have already seen some advances in the concepts, since the book was written in the 1960's. Students will be encouraged to think of ways dimensional and time travel would impact our lives,...
1. To practice reading critically 2. To expand the students knowledge of science concepts presented in the book 3. To enjoy and discuss good literature. 4.TO encourage creative and out of the box thinking.
I hold a Bachelor's degree in Education and have taught English classes for many years. I have loved reading since I read my first chapter book at age 7. I soon discovered science fiction and fantasy and have been in love with these genres ever since. More than anything else I believe instilling a love for good literature and reading helps children develop imagination, good character, and a lifelong habit of learning. This series was my introduction to science fiction as a child. They continue to be some of my favorite books.
1. Reading assignments 2. Exercises to increase or experience and gain awareness of new ideas and concepts presented in the book.
A copy of the book. It can be checked out from most libraries, or ordered from Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble.com.
Students are expected to read the material and participate fully in class discussions. Assessment is measured by the students active and informed participation in the class discussions.
1 hour 20 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Barbara (Ms Bobbi) Wells
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🇺🇸Lives in the United States
282 total reviews
353 completed classes
Hello, welcome to my classes. I am a passionate teacher with more than forty years experience teaching preschoolers to adults. I have taught in home-school preschools, private preschools and public preschools. I have trained teachers as an...