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Spar Mystery!: Understanding The Hound of the Baskervilles Through Debate
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This classic book by Frances Hodgson Burnett, is a wonderful story for kids of all ages. We will do reading on our own before each class and practice our oral reading skills in class. During class we will discuss key plot points, our favorite parts, and other memorable moments. **You do not need to read before the the first class. This class will meet 3x a week for 8 sessions About the book: Ten year old Sara Crewe wasn't really a princess. But she seemed like one when she first arrived at...
Students will strengthen their reading, critical reading, oral reading, development of thoughts, and discussion skills.
I am the producing artistic director of a youth theater, doing musicals with kids and teens for the past 20 years (Matilda is also a Broadway Musical). I am also a freelance teaching artist throughout the NYC and NJ area teaching all ages from kindergarten through graduate students in the arts, writing, history, and literature. In 2018, I received my doctorate in Literary Studies with a musical theater dissertation.
There is no assignment before the first class. Please read the following for the subsequent classes: Before meeting 2: finish "Sara" and read to the end of "Lottie" Before meeting 3: finish "Becky" and read to the end of "In The Attic" Before meeting 4: finish "Melchisedee" and read to the end of "The Other Side of the Wall" Before meeting 5: finish "One of the Populace" and read to the end of "What Melchisedee Heard and Saw" Before meeting 6: finish "The Magic" and read to the end of "Anne" THE END.
We will be reading "A Little Princess" by Frances Hodgson Burnett Any version would work!
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Dr. Samara Grossman
Acting, Dancing, Reading, Writing, and so much more!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
322 total reviews
386 completed classes
Hello! Thank you for checking out my profile! For the past 20 years, I have been the producing artistic director of a youth theater company doing musicals with kids and teens. I do everything from picking the shows, auditions, directing,...