Up From Slavery Online Book Club ~ American Classic Literature Series for Teens
Adding adventure to the classic novel, Up From Slavery
In this course, Up From Slavery Online Book Club, we will read through the book Up From Slavery by Booker T Washington. As we are reading, we will go on rabbit trails of discovery into history, baking, slavery, and more. We will find ways to learn by experiencing parts of the book through hands-on activities.
At the conclusion of the story, we will have a party school to celebrate this classic story.
This online literary guide has everything you need to study the book. This course includes vocabulary, grammar, free-write questions, rabbit trails, and a few project ideas. It is perfect for a month of high school level literature.
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What is in an Online Book Club?
We will go on rabbit trails of discovery. We will hop off the traditional roads of literature studies and meander down paths about pop-culture, history, biographies, poetry, music and more. We will take deep dives into some of the subjects touched on in the book and broaden our minds with new adventures.
We will also bring literature to life by sprinkling a bit of magic dust along the way. These hands-on projects will take us into the book through science, art, games and more. We will touch, see, feel and learn about the book through the activities.
Vocabulary & Grammar
Every Family Online Book Club includes the chance to learn spelling and grammar through copywork and dictation. We will also discuss literary elements found in the book and use our new knowledge for a writing project.
The pinnacle of the Family Online Book Club experience is the Party School! At the end of each literature study, we will celebrate the book with a party. Invite friends or family over for food and fun! All the ideas for food, decorations, and activities are included.
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