The Amulet Series Book Club: Books 1 & 2
In this social reading bookclub, the sharing of emotions, logic, thinking, and art will build even the most reluctant reader's communication and confidence while discussing this fantasy action-packed graphic novel series.
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Completed by 20 learners
Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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In the weekly class, join others in this Book Club focusing on the book series: Amulet by Kazu Kibuishi. Currently, there are 9 books in the series. Book #9 is yet to be released! We will focus on 2 books for this club, Stonekeeper: Amulet Book 1 & The Stonekeeper's Curse: Amulet Book 2. Additional sections will be available to continue with sequential books in the series. This club is for those who have or haven't read the series! The Amulet series is perfect for all readers--those who...
Being introduced to the series from my own son who "hated reading", I dove into the series myself, loved them (even as an adult), and thus introduced them to kids. As a previous elementary school librarian, this was a series that couldn't stay on my shelves! Which led me to meet and hear from the author, Kazu Kibuishi who gave me further insight into his passionate work. Even though the books are graphic novels, in-depth themes, character development, and quest-like plots contribute to the worthiness of these books as fiction gold medals. As a librarian, much of my day was finding the perfect book for each child. For some, the love of reading doesn't come naturally, so through relationships, intuition, and extensive personal reading of kids' literature, I found each kiddo's gem of a book. It was and continues to be my passion--to inspire the love of reading.
Students will read at home ready to discuss each week in the book club. CLASS TITLES/PACING GUIDE: Class 1: Stonekeeper: Amulet Book 1 --pages 1-91 "Welcome to Carnon House" Class 2: Stonekeeper: Amulet Book 1 --pages 92-end Class 3: The Stonekeeper's Curse: Amulet Book 2 --pages 1-111 Class 4: The Stonekeeper's Curse: Amulet Book 2 --pages 112-end To fully benefit from each class and discussion the book/assigned pages must have been read before the start of each class. Reading is required before the first class and students are required to have a copy of the book discussed. Students are welcome to access the work by print, or digital copy.
1 file available upon enrollment2 Books: Stonekeeper: Amulet Book 1 and The Stonekeeper's Curse: Amulet Book 2 by Kazu Kibuishi
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Per Common Sense Media "Parents need to know that The Stonekeeper is the first book in the Amulet series of fantasy graphic novels. Its prologue features the death of a parent, which might upset some younger readers. A parent is swallowed by a grotesque tentacled monster. Another older character dies later on. Children are in jeopardy throughout, but they are aided by a number of sympathetic helpers. There is no objectionable sex, language, or substance abuse content." The death of the parent is not a lingering theme to the 1st book or the series. However, I am a widow, and my children were young when they lost a parent so I can empathize with children. If need be, I will alert parents of any concerns and/or be available outside of class to continue any sensitive discussion.
Amy Marson Facilitator of curiosity, wonder, thinking & love of learning!
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Hello, I'm Amy Marson!! "As human beings, our job in life is to help people realize how rare and valuable each one of us really is, that each of us has something that no one else has- or ever will have- something inside that is unique to all...