"The Mouse and the Motorcycle"-Reading Comprehension and Literature Class
A 6 week course in which the student will read The Mouse and the Motorcycle as well as engage in classroom discussion of vocabulary words, language arts, map skills, research skills, prepare reports, and create art projects.
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Over 6 weeks
45 minutes per class
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Throughout the course the students will learn: Geography—United States Map skills, Science—Simple Machines, Mouse habitats and Eating habits Language Arts—Figurative Language: hyperbole, simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, Reading Comprehension—Weekly discussion, Weekly chapter quiz, Final Comprehension test, Research Skills--Mouse habitats and Eating habits, Character Traits of the Main Characters throughout the study Art Projects--creating a license plate, making a diorama, building a...
Students will improve their understanding of Figurative Language, Simple Machines, Reading Comprehension, Add to their Vocabulary, Strengthen Communication Skills, and have fun reading an entertaining story of a courageous mouse's friendship with a boy and his motorcycle.
--Each student will read chapters of the book assigned prior to each lesson. --Each student will have at least one of the following due each week: an art project, a research report, a science experiment
The supplies for the projects in this novel study can be easily found around the house or acquired inexpensively.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Homeschool Mom for 24 years, ESL online teacher, and scrapbooking enthusiast
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
17 total reviews
26 completed classes
I have significant experience teaching both elementary age children and teenagers. After receiving my teaching degree in Elementary Education I taught second grade in a brick and mortar classroom for 7 years. When I started my family I chose...