Language Arts Courses
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Mark Twain and Racism through
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Literature Analysis & Analytical Writing This one year course is a multi-age 9-12 grades for 1 high school credit, studying the elements of literature through the classics for a worldview understanding using the Socratic Method of Teaching. Learn More Here…Literature Analysis & Analytical Writing
Writer’s Workshop is geared for the young, serious writer ready to take her/his writing and interpretation skills to the next level. This student driven course utilizes self generated pieces for discussion and analyzing for improvement in one’s writing skills. A multi-age setting gives students the opportunity to grow with and from each other. This class is limited to 6 students for an emphasis on individual development.
Fall Class Synopsis: Reading The Heart of the Samurai, by Margi Preus, a 2000 Newberry Honor book, students will explore Japanese history, art, and poetry through the mediums of journal writing, class discussions for interpretation and art! The book is based on a true story about a young boy lost at sea and rescued by an American whaling ship. After several years on the ship, he returns to Japan with an entrepreneurial spirit and plays a role in history.
January Class Synopsis: Elementary children collaborate with High School Students for Mark Twain Trial–January 23, 2013!
February-March Class Synopsis: Novel TBD
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