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All studies will be founded in the governing principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ. We will study materials from the primary genre of the novel, biography, autobiography, short story, poetry, essay, letter, sermon, speech, and scripture as literature. A Master Project will include reading a biography on a hero who moves forward the cause of Christ.
This involves creating an extensive Notebook and oral presentation. Students will explore key thematic questions such as: What effect does reading good literature have on the development of character? What are some good examples of elevated composition, style, vocabulary, presentation, Etc.?
How have you been striving to model them in your own writing? Scholars will learn through lectures, discussions, presentations, reports, oral and written exams, quizzes, 4R sheets, essays, speakers and celebrations. They will also have opportunities to create and display works of art.
Scholars will demonstrate their understanding through creating literature of their own.
The most reliable way to access specific information about course work is on-line and newsletters. We encourage parents to contact teachers frequently through e-mail, phone calls, and visits to the classroom.
The expectation is that scholars will develop Christian character and self-government through consistent preparation and participation in all activities of this course. Please provide quiet time and space for your scholar to 4R. Encourage them to contact the teacher if they are uncertain about an assignment.
Discuss what they are reading and 4R with them. Encourage them to be prepared with homework on due dates.Aug 20, · This lesson challenges young learners to add dialogue to their writing.
Students will love using their creativity to write personal narratives/5(11). Dance in science, pop art in Spanish, or photography in math -- there’s no end to the ways arts can be integrated into other curricula. Educators from Bates Middle School, in Annapolis, Maryland, share arts-integrated lessons and resources that you can use in your school.
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• Read dialogue between MacBeth and MacDuff, by a former Gunn student. • For a great model of using mannerisms and gestures to reveal feelings, read Tobias Wolff's " Say Yes." • For a beautiful example of power shifting, read Langston Hugh's Thank You Ma'am.
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Nov 05, · 6 Mini-Lesson Ideas for Teaching Effective Dialogue Thursday, November 10, Writing Dialogue with Comics. Students were so excited when I pulled out this comic of Charlie Brown talking to Linus. The students rewrote the comic using dialogue models.
As the middle of the year approaches, I like to reflect on how I am.