Critical Reading on Classic Text Recordings

12 hours total  |  6 sessions, 2 hours per session

Darius White

  • M.A. in Education
  • Obtained a Bachelor's, Master's, and teaching credential from Stanford University
  • Worked with young people for more than 10 years
  • Focuses on teaching efficient reading strategies and sentence styling
  • Passionate about helping students develop both creative and critical thinking skills

Course Description:

In this literature course, students will read and analyze a classic
text, read and taught in most high school English courses. As students make their way through the classic text, teacher and students will engage in critical discussions and other analytical exercises surrounding character development, writing style, and real-world political or cultural impact of the text. In addition to practicing literary analysis, students will be asked to draw inferences and provide textual evidence to support claims. While reading, students will be expected to write analytical paragraphs to
process the reading as well as synthesize different textual details to draw major conclusions about the historical role, cultural impact or relevancy, and writing style of the classic text. The overall goal is for students to read a classic text with new or different questions in mind than the questions and thoughts found outlined online.


Critical Reading on Classic Text Recordings

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