Summer Slide: Mysterious Benedict Society Novel Study With Analytical Writing
In this eight week course, students will read the first novel in the Mysterious Benedict Society series, consider poetry, practice creative writing, explore grammar and vocabulary, and develop literary analysis skills.
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Once per week
over 8 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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This class is designed to provide students with a chance to socialize and gain skills over the summer. These classes are a hybrid of individualized learning and traditional classes. Each section has no more than six learners which provides a foundation for strong relationships, social-emotional learning, and truly individualized instruction. This class goes a step beyond your average book club and is designed to support neurodivergent learners. The texts are chosen with high concepts and...
I have been teaching cross-curicular novel studies for several years. I have an honor's degree in English from the University of East Tennessee with a specialization in global and youth literature. I have taken several classes on multicultural literature and social studies and decolonizing education. I have a background in theatre and story tellling.
Students will be assigned reading and watch an episode of the Netflix show each week. Students will create a final writing project that is an analytical essay.
Learners will need the novel "Mysterious Benedict Society" by Trenton Lee Stewart as well as a notebook and pencil. They will also need to view the television series of the same name.
Students will receive written feedback reports.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
We will be using Nearpod during class. It does not require a login or any additional information other than student's first name. The novel discusses brief non-graphic violence typical of middle-grades fiction novels. For information on the television show and suitability for your learner, you can check this resource: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/tv-reviews/the-mysterious-benedict-society.
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