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Pokémon Art Club

Writing an Informative Essay: A Course for Pokémon Professors

Mr. Steven M.Ed.
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(15)
This engaging course blends the imaginary world of Pokémon with the real world skills of informative essay writing. Learners will be given all the tools necessary to develop research, outlining, writing, and citation skills. #academic

Class experience

US Grade 4 - 7
Develop and refine informative essay writing skills, including how structure and outline their essay

Develop critical thinking and analytical skills through the research and writing process

Gain experience with peer review

Gain experience with presenting to peers

Develop an understanding of in-text citations and works cited pages
I've taught in public schools and for a virtual private school. The course is adapted from a unit I did with my virtual students. Not only have I put a Pokémon spin on the unit, but I made slight changes to better aid students' progress. I’ve been a Pokémon fan since my childhood. I enjoy finding ways to incorporate Pokémon to help students access the content, and I believe students enjoy it too!
Homework Offered
Throughout the course, students will work on their informative essay. See the “Class Experience” section for a lesson-by-lesson break down. Any work that is not completed during class will be homework.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Students do receive my feedback on their rough drafts. A project rubric is provided to familiarize learners with rubrics. Upon request, I am happy to provide a rubric-based grade on a learner’s final draft.
Grades Offered
All necessary supplies will be provided in Google Classroom. These include PDF articles for learners’ research, a PDF Project Guide, and a .docx master worksheet.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Learners will access the course materials and submit assignments through Google Classroom. A Google account is required to access Google Classroom. Learners are not able to post or comment in Google Classroom.

Lessons 1 and 10 will use Kahoot.

Lesson 9 will use Padlet. During Lesson 9, learners will be sent a link to a Padlet where they and a classmate can anonymously peer review their essays. Learners do not need an account to access Padlet.
All articles are custom-made.
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(15)
Hi, I'm Mr. Steven, and I'm an English Language Arts teacher with a passion for project-based learning and pop culture themes. My classes range from academic to social, with the goal of helping students develop important academic/life skills and... 
Group Class


for 10 classes
1x per week, 10 weeks
65 min

Live video meetings
Ages: 9-13
2-6 learners per class

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