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This ongoing class will meet weekly to read a short story and then discuss it. The basic structure of the class each week will be: 10 min - introduce story and author bio 25 min - read story aloud 20 min - discuss story As we read, I may stop to draw attention to different literary devices the author uses. My teaching style is relaxed and I want students to feel comfortable to ask questions and be themselves. Schedule: Aug 6 - Examination Day by Henry Slesar Aug 13 - All Summer in a Day by...
Certified K-6 Teacher Bachelor's Degree Minor in English Reading Endorsement
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
When covering different genres of short stories, there may be some stories that would be described as scary (murder mysteries, class ghost tales, etc.)
Elementary ELA Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
1 completed class
My name is Mrs. Gray! I teach 5th grade reading at a local charter school, and I have been a teacher for 5 years. Helping students learn reading and writing is my favorite! I love to see children make progress and start to enjoy reading! I have 3...