Social Studies

True Crime Club for Teens! Learn History and Crime

Each week, students will be presented with a true-crime case to discuss as a group. Then, students will get to socialize about their mutual interests and anything else at the end!
Alexa Rome & Academy for World Exploration
272 total reviews for this teacher
9 reviews for this class
Completed by 51 learners
Class

55 minutes

per class

Once per week

every week

14-18

year olds

3-12

learners per class

per learner

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Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
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Description

Class Experience

Students will learn to find their voice through discussion, learn history in a fun way, learn about different issues of justice, and find others who enjoy their interests.
I love true crime!  It has been an interest of mine all my life - I am an avid consumer of true crime books, podcasts, and TV.  In my professional life, I have studied some true crimes in the past through work as a paleopathologist!  I love working with kids who are passionate about any topic!
Before each class, I would like them to do a little background research on the case to become familiar with it for each class.  We will still go over the basics at the beginning of each class, so if they do not have time that is fine as well, as long as they contribute to the discussion in a positive way!
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Obviously, crime is an extremely sensitive topic.  Since this is for teenagers, I will not be selecting any particularly brutal or violent crimes to discuss.  However, we will be discussing murder and other disturbing crimes.  Weekly topics can be found in the description.  It is the parent's responsibility to determine if the crime for that week is appropriate for their child.  We will do check-ins and take off-topic breaks when things get heavy, but ultimately monitoring of the learner's mental health is up to their parent.  I recommend you discuss this with your learner and make sure they have access to the appropriate resources to stay mentally healthy during and outside our discussion.

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Alexa Rome & Academy for World Exploration
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Lives in the United States
From a Peruvian-American Explorer, Archaeologist, Scientist, & Digital Nomad
272 total reviews
190 completed classes

About Us

Hello!  My name is Alexa and I work/study broadly in ancient genomics, traditional medicine, museum studies, and science writing. I am a National Geographic Certified Educator and am TEFL certified as well! I have also earned a Bachelor of Science... 
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