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Learners will work with the teacher to request a book and arrange private tutoring for comprehension of the selected book.
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Literature is a magical world full of unknown possibilities and together we will explore it using character mapping, discussions of literary devices such as foreshadowing, and overarching themes found in literature. Students will read the book and dive in to of the world using discussions, worksheets, and out of class activities to gain a deeper understanding of the assigned book. Activities and discussions will be based on the set of chapters assigned that week. Parents: Please be aware...
- 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
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.
Learners will be graded on completion of handouts and journal entries when uploaded in to the Classroom and are provided by request to parents.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
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 (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) and printing expected handouts to be used in class. Class image used with permission from www.canva.com Designed by Canva
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275 total reviews
348 completed classes
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)! Expect to enjoy classes about Harry Potter,...