Once per week
over 10 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Readers are transported to the origin of the Clans in the first volume of the Dawn of the Clans series, when the cats first settled in the forest and started to construct the warrior code. A group of mountain cats embarked on a perilous journey in quest of a new home long before Firestar left his kittypet home to join ThunderClan. . . . Warriors fans can expect all the grand adventure and fascinating fantasy in Dawn of the Clans #1: The Sun Trail. A long-awaited account of the Clans'...
I have a BA (Hons) degree in English and a Teaching Literacy Diploma for Primary and Secondary Schools. I am a qualified English Language teacher with TEFL and am currently studying a Masters Degree in English.
Reading schedule for class participation: Week 1 : Chapters 1 - 3 Week 2 : Chapters 4 - 6 Week 3 : Chapters 7 - 9 Week 4 : Chapters 10 - 12 Week 5 : Chapters 13 - 15 Week 6 : Chapters 16 - 18 Week 7 : Chapters 19 - 21 Week 8 : Chapters 22 - 24 Week 9 : Chapters 25 - 26
Learners will need their own copy of the book
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
What Parents Need to Know - from Common Sense Media Parents need to know that the original series of Warriors books, first published in 2003, has grown to spawn four spin-off series of novels (The New Prophecy, Power of Three, Omen of the Stars and Dawn of the Clans), as well as other limited series and one-offs. If your child is into these books, they offer years' worth of reading to enjoy. All of the books take place in a world of cat characters that belong to different "clans" that have different talents, abilities, and loyalties. Parallels can be drawn between the clans (which think and feel like humans) and human cultures, making these books an excellent point of departure for discussion about cultural differences and prejudice. Cats engage in wars and battles, fought with claws and teeth, in which some characters are wounded or killed. There are descriptions of cuts and injuries that are tempered for middle-graders, but some sensitive cat lovers could find them too scary. Third Party Tools: This class will use Nearpod and Kahoot! for class interaction and participation. Nearpod/Kahoot! are web based applications that do not require setup or login, link will be provided during the class.
Warriors: Dawn of the Clans #1: The Sun Trail
English Teacher, BA (Hons)
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
201 total reviews
391 completed classes
Hello! My teaching expertise is in English Language Arts and Literature but I also host some fun escape rooms, we all need a brain break sometimes! I have 10 years teaching experience, both in schools and in club settings, from Kindergarten to...