This course is designed with the emerging elementary reader and writer in mind. Using literature as our backbone for ELA learning, students will learn how to identify major parts of a story, the key ingredients to proper writing and grammar, and demonstrate their learning through various writing assignments.
This is a year-long class and it is assumed a fall student will continue through the spring. This design allows continuity in learning and skills acquired for the student; allowing the topics to build upon one another, from one semester into the next. However, students are welcome to join after the semester begins or mid-year with instructor permission.
Required Equipment: * Headphones with mic ability * Google email account to access Google Classroom * Internet/Wifi connection * Printer and Scanning ability for weekly homework, if handwritten * FALL NOVELS: TBD * SPRING NOVELS: TBD Weekly Class Time: Tuesdays, 9:15 am - 10:00 am (log-in between 9-9:15 to make sure technology is working correctly) Assigned Work for the week: approximately 3 assignments each week Cost: $60/month (September - December = $240) At this age, students have the option to hand write their assignments and upload to Google Classroom or email them to me instead of completing digital assignments.
Vouchers are due as soon as possible to hold your child's space. Private pay options are available. Please email to request this option. REGISTRATION FOR 2023-2024 SCHOOL YEAR WILL BEGIN MID- LATE APRIL! CHECK BACK THEN!