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Turning Pages Book Club: LOTR Bk1 Fellowship of the Ring

Rose Mueller
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In this four week class, we will read the book & spend time discussing literary devices, plots, world building, and love of all things Lord of the Rings by reading Fellowship of the Ring by JRR Tolkien

Class Experience

US Grade 5 - 8
  • - Use of spoken and written language through activities for writing and speaking that emphasize persuasive, reflective, informative, and narrative communication - Provides the student with an organizer for interpreting text (Character Analysis) and guided questions to support understanding and critical analysis - Encourages discussion within and beyond the classroom about the specified text and invites similar exploration of the related novels
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Frequency: available upon request
Feedback: available upon request
Details: Each week, students will be assigned additional reading of the assigned book, asked to journal about the segment read, asked to complete handouts associated with the material and come to class ready to discuss material.
Frequency: available upon request
Details: Learners will be graded on completion of handouts and journal entries when uploaded in to the Classroom and are provided by request to parents.
Frequency: available upon request
 4 files available upon enrollment
Teacher will provide handouts, selected recommended websites for activities and optional crafts associated with assigned reading. At the end of each session, I will supply the handouts and sites needed for the coming week. Parents are responsible for providing a copy of the book (Fellowship of the Ring by JRR Tolkien) and printing expected handouts to be used in class. Class image used with permission from www.freepik.com Designed by Freepik
Parents are encouraged to review the parental guidance provided by https://www.commonsensemedia.org/book-reviews/the-fellowship-of-the-ring as paraphrased below. Because of the below, we will be sticking to the age limitations outlined in the class description.

Parents need to know that if kids are ready to see the excellent Lord of the Rings movies then they're ready to read the trilogy, starting with The Fellowship of the Ring -- though arguably scenes fighting orcs and worse in the mines of Moria and ones with the undead dark riders pursuing the hobbits can seem extra troubling. One character almost dies and one is mourned; there's some fighting with swords and bows, but giant battle scenes are saved for the next two books. The hobbits and men like to smoke their pipe-weed (gross and covered in the first class for appropriateness) and drink wine and beer (discussed as age appropriate for the time period the book is set in). They also sing long ballads, sometimes in the author's made-up languages -- Tolkien's Middle Earth is just that fully imagined.
Parents: Please be aware that the student must have a copy of the book, Fellowship of the Ring by JRR Tolkien, in order to participate and the student should read Chapters 1 - 5 before the first class meets.
Joined March, 2020
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I believe that teaching can be useful but only if it is also fun- boring classes are not allowed and there is nothing worse than being bored (this is why I heavily encourage interaction in e-learning)! 

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Group Class


weekly or $70 for 4 classes
1x per week, 4 weeks
55 min

Completed by 40 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 10-15
3-10 learners per class

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