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Comprehensive 5th and 6th Grade English Language Arts: Reading and Writing
Sleuth Like Sherlock, Write Like Watson
In this jam-packed one-time class, teens will sleuth through a series of short-form writing exercises, practicing strong argumentative writing through CLAIM, EVIDENCE, WARRANT to solve the case!
Alex McGreavey (she/her)
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The game is afoot! The famed detective Sherlock Holmes has a series of mysteries to solve, but the lousy Inspector Lestrade has vowed not to jail anyone until Dr. John Watson writes up the case! In this writing-intensive lesson, students will riddle their way through three mini mysteries and utilize logical reasoning to defend their solutions. THE REVIEW - "The Case of the Boys Who Weren't Twins!" Two boys born at the same time, on the same day, in the same hospital, to the same parents are...
The aim of this course is to strengthen argumentative writing skills. Students will learn to develop strong claims, analyze textual evidence, and craft well-supported arguments.
6 years developing curriculum in literacy, theatre, & English Language Arts 3 years teaching original curriculum in 6th-12th grade Humanities, ELA, Honors, and AP 5 years working one-on-one with 6th-12th grade
As an optional activity following class, students will craft a CEW paragraph defending their conclusion of the final riddle.
1 file available upon enrollmentA digital, printable copy of the riddles and activity page will be provided.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
If participating in the post-class assignment, students will receive feedback on whether or not their conclusion is correct, and - depending on the strength of argument - will learn whether or not their suspected villain ends up behind bars!
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Alex McGreavey (she/her)Putting the FUN in Fundamental Skills!
133 total reviews
105 completed classes
THIS TEACHER BELIEVES IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION FOR ALL LEARNERS! Hello! I'm Alex, and I have spent the last decade serving a variety of roles within the world of education. Outside of teaching on Outschool, I am also a curriculum creator and...