World Literature Series for Teens ~ A High School Course

Adding adventure to great literature from around the world

An entire year of high school literature planned for you with no workbooks to print or hard-to-understand instruction manuals!

When it comes to homeschooling high school, many parents believe they are alone in teaching their teens.

You feel the pressure of trying to create an environment that encourages learning while also trying to check off all the boxes for a high school diploma.

This is only made worse by seemingly helpful friends and relatives who question your decision to homeschool and if your child will be successful in life because of that decision.

Don't let the idea of teaching high school intimidate you.

We've done all the work for you!

Let us help you teach Language Arts!

This literature course covers all you need for a full high school language arts credit. Your student will study literature, literary elements, grammar, and writing.

And the best part?

You don't have to do a thing! It's all done for you!

Don't panic about teaching high school!
Our course provides an entire year's worth of language arts curriculum that teaches all the elements you need for a successful year. You don't have to do any of the work. It's all done for you.

Don't spend a fortune on an expensive language arts curriculum your teen hates.
So many language arts courses cost hundreds of dollars and at the end of the day, everyone is frustrated and ready to throw the book out the window. Our course is inexpensive and fun. (Plus, you can't really throw an online course through the window.)
Don't fight the battle of trying to teach the classics to your teen.
Seriously, I've been there. The struggle is real. But, you don't have to fight the battle because your teen is going to enjoy this course. Even if World Literature isn't their thing, they will start on a new adventure that will broaden their minds and experiences.

Hi, I'm Dachelle. I’m a former traditional teacher turned homeschool mom and I am the owner of Hide The Chocolate’s Literary Adventures for Kids. I want to help you to teach high school literature in a way that is easy for you and fun for your teen.

The Answer to your Language Arts Curriculum Worries:

Our new course: World Literature Series for Teens

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Here's What You Get with this World Literature Series for High School

  • A Study of TEN World Literature Novels
  • A Study of Literary Elements
  • Lesson Plans for Weekly or Monthly Book Clubs
  • Writing Instruction of Essays and Fiction Stories
  • Grammar, Spelling and Vocabulary Instruction
  • Fun elements like Rabbit Trails and Magic Dust
  • A Party School to Celebrate Each Book

Grammar Elements

  • The Sentence
  • Parts of Speech
  • Phrases and Clauses
  • Coordination and Subordination
  • Agreement: Subject-Verb, Pronoun-Antecedent
  • Parallel Structure
  • Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers
  • Sentence Variety
  • Mechanics
  • Word Usage
  • Writing The Paragraph

Literary Elements

  • Propaganda
  • Personification
  • Point of View
  • Author's Purpose
  • Writing Style
  • Tone & Diction
  • Symbolism
  • Dramatic Irony
  • Allusion
  • Metaphor
  • Simile
  • Motif
  • Theme
  • Conflict
  • Foreshadowing

Writing Projects

  • Descriptive Essay
  • Twisted Story
  • Personal Essay
  • Character Analysis
  • Theme Essay
  • Setting Essay
  • Compare and Contrast Essay
  • Conflict Essay
  • Murder Mystery Story

AND, as a special bonus these coordinate well with our world literature series for middle school! Simply use the list below for a unit study for the whole family!

World Literature Series for Middle School

Learn more about our World Literature Series for Middle School Series HERE.

What is in an Online Book Club?

Rabbit Trails

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.

Magic Dust

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 Online Book Club for Teens includes the chance to learn spelling and grammar through copywork and dictation. Students will have the opportunity to expand their vocabulary and knowledge of grammar concepts through learning apps and other resources. We will also discuss literary elements found in the book and use our new knowledge for a writing project.

Party Time!!

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.

Take a sneak peek into the course by clicking on one of the courses below and then clicking on the blue Preview button.

Courses Included with Purchase

The Boys In The Boat Online Book Club for Teens ~ World Literature Series
Adding adventure to the novel, The Boys In The Boat
Dachelle McVey
Refugee Online Book Club for Teens ~ World Literature Series
Adding adventure to the novel, Refugee
Chantelle Grubbs
I am Malala Online Book Club for Teens ~ World Literature Series
Adding adventure to the novel, I am Malala
Chantelle Grubbs
A Long Way Home Online Book Club for Teens ~ World Literature Series
Adding adventure to the autobiography, A Long Way Home
Chantelle Grubbs
The Book Thief Online Book Club for Teens ~ World Literature Series
Adding adventure to the novel, The Book Thief
Chantelle Grubbs
Midnight's Children Online Book Club for Teens ~ World Literature Series
Adding adventure to the novel, Midnight's Children
Chantelle Grubbs
Crime and Punishment Online Book Club for Teens ~ World Literature Series
Adding adventure to the novel, Crime and Punishment
Chantelle Grubbs
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind Online Book Club for Teens ~ World Literature Series
Adding adventure to the biography, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
Chantelle Grubbs
The Alchemist Online Book Club for Teens ~ World Literature Series
Adding adventure to the novel, The Alchemist
Chantelle Grubbs
Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress Online Book Club for Teens ~ World Literature Series
Adding adventure to the novel, Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress
Chantelle Grubbs

Original Price: $200

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Frequently Asked Questions

What ages of children is the book club series for?
The books have topics and activities that would be appropriate for high school.
What supplies will we need?
You will need the books listed in the Book List section of the course. You may also want a notebook for notes and vocabulary. The project supply lists are provided at the beginning of each course. You may choose which projects you will want to do.
What are the dates of the book club?
This is a self-paced course. There are no starting or ending dates. Feel free to use at your leisure.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own for the lifetime of Hide The Chocolate's Literary Adventures for Kids.
How long should this course take?
The book clubs are set up on a lesson-by-lesson basis. It can take as much or as little time as you and your child feel you want to spend. That said, the original design is for a one-year literature study. However, I recommend you choose which projects will be a good fit for your child and not feel obligated to complete all lessons.
Can my child work independently?
Yes, this course is designed for children to complete mostly independently. However, parents should be available to help with projects and grade assignments. I recommend parents review the course before their children begin.
Can this be used for more than one child or as a family course?
Absolutely! We are a homeschooling family, and we encourage all our children to participate in book clubs. Often we will read the book together as a family read-aloud and then work through the rabbit trails and magic dust together.
Can this be used in a co-op setting?
Yes. Please contact me at [email protected] for information about school and co-op licensing.
What if I have questions or need help?
You can contact me at [email protected] and I will answer you as soon as possible.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We understand that not every book or course is the perfect fit. Due to the digital nature of this product, we are limited in how long we can offer a refund. If you don't find that the course fits your family, please let us know within 5 days of purchase for a full refund. After that time, we will not be able to offer a full refund.

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