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The Puppy Place Book Club - Literature Lessons, "Maggie and Max"
In this one-time literacy skill building class, students will learn about the eleventh book in the Puppy Place book series, "Maggie and Max"
Miss Kate, M. Special Ed., TEFL
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Young learners love to speak about their families, pets and favorite things. Every student will have the opportunity to share a "good thing" at the beginning of the class as the rest of the class listens respectfully. Active listening is a necessary skill in today's society. I endeavor to model and practice that skill not only at the beginning of every class, but throughout each class as well. After the class introductions, I will use a variety of teaching methods to discuss the following...
This book club class will take a deep dive into one aspect of literature as well as discuss the three main objectives for primary literature: plot, setting, characters. This class will emphasize inferring, which is a difficult skill for primary students to learn since they are still in the concrete stage of development. Students will build communication skills when they are given an opportunity to review the week's book and tell the class what they liked and disliked about it. Team-building and negotiation skills will be developed as the class must decide on a star rating for this book after everyone has had a chance to give their review. I will hold a short (5 minute) story time from "Maggie and Max" in order to allow children to experience a weekly read aloud. This class will culminate in a fun puppy-inspired craft. This will enable the students to develop their communication skills even further since free talk will be an expectation during this time of the lesson.
I hold a master's degree with an emphasis in reading. I teach special education and am adept at keeping younger students focused and excited during online learning. I also hold a TEFL license that qualifies me to teach students learning English.
Students will find the class much more enjoyable if they have read "Maggie and May" ahead of time, but they are welcome to attend even if they have not read the book!
A supply list will be emailed to parents prior to class. Learners should borrow or purchase a copy of "Maggie and May"
There will be no assessment for this class
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Miss Kate, M. Special Ed., TEFL
Katy Hooper, MA, K-12 special education, TEFL
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
68 total reviews
121 completed classes
I live in Alaska where it is light for days on end during the summer but dark and cold during the winter. I have six children, five grandchildren, three cats, two dogs and two rabbits. I enjoy hiking, kayaking, skiing, reading and crochet. My...