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The Boy Who Dared- A Socratic-Style Class
This is a Socratic-style class. We will go deep to discuss topics still relevant today. Students will be encouraged to express their opinions without fear of backlash. All opinions will be treated respectfully.
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
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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
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The Boy Who Dared, by Susan Campbell Bartoletti, is a riveting story told from an unlikely point-of-view, that of a German citizen. Bartoletti walks us through the turmoil experienced by Helmuth Hϋbener as he defines himself through his actions in a dangerous time and place. Helmuth’s story is an emotional journey through the dark times of Nazi occupied Europe in which he is defined by his acts of courage and sacrifice. Through his determination, we encounter a boy whose mission it is to...
Students should purchase the book, The Boy Who Dared, by Susan Campbell Bartoletti. (ISBN: 478-0-545-11879-8). If student is not able to annotate in the book, post-it notes should be used.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
This is a historical account about a 16-year-old boy using propaganda against Hitler during WWII. The main character gets caught by Hitler's gestapo, taken to trial, and eventually hung for his crimes against Hitler.
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I am a creative, enthusiastic teacher who wants all children to be successful learners through the encouragement of creative expression. I have spent the last seventeen years developing the necessary skills to achieve this goal. It is very...