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Who-Dun-It # 8 :Theft at the Theme Park Mystery, Clues, and Reading
Help solve mysterious crimes. It's all in the details. Students will learn how to identify details in reading and images while supporting their conclusions with facts and inferences.
Greta Bain, BA, CRLA
162 total reviews for this teacher
9 reviews for this class
Completed by 20 learners
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This is class #8 "Theft at the Theme Park" in a series of one-time classes that will look at one mystery and an accompanying animated illustration of a crime. Each class is different and students do not have to attend the classes in any certain order. The student may attend one or all in the series. Students can help solve a "Who Dun It" in every session. So, if you are trying to get your child interested in reading, this class will help. The students will work together to test out their...
Student will learn to examine texts and accompanying pictures for details. Student will learn how to join information found from the text and make inferences based on this information. Students will learn to provide proof for their assertions as well as make a logical argument for their opinions.
Who doesn't like to read something suspenseful, funny, or exciting? The key to engaging students is to find literature that appeals to them. Stories must be exciting and different. These are the types of literary works I use for my classes. I have had tremendous success in reaching students who hate to read. So, join me as we become detectives for a day. I have 20+ years of teaching experience in English and English literature. I hold a bachelor's degree in Journalism with a minor in Spanish. I also hold a College Reading and Learning (CRLA) certification as well as having years of experience as a writing consultant for our local college.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental guidance is not necessary.
Greta Bain, BA, CRLATeaching Toward the Future
162 total reviews
109 completed classes
Hello everyone. My name is Greta Bain and I believe that the future of education is online. Through the use of technology, learners can reach their educational goals on their terms, when and where they like. I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in...