Does your student struggle with taking notes during lectures or when they are reading? Maybe they simply need a refresher on formatting notes and crafting strong outlines. A Guide to Effective Note Taking provides students with a one-week opportunity to brush up on their note taking skills.
This one week, $5 class will teach students the importance of using reliable sources in their research, how to identify them. This is an important skill for ALL students who do research- which is every student!
This class focuses on the 1953 novel written by Ray Bradbury – Fahrenheit 451. Set in an American dystopian society in which books are outlawed and “firemen” burn books, the novel questions the importance of reading as it explores the perspective of the world through ideas found in books.
This in-depth course will take students from the most primitive animals on earth (sponges), through the first predators (jellies, anemones, and corals), and end with the weird and wacky worms!
The dawning of the 20th century marked a vast change in the freedom of women in the United States. Come with us on this 5 week journey to explore the changes and the women that made them happen!