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Exploring American History with the American Girls: Meet Rebecca / 1914 – TWO DAY WORKSHOP
Tuesday, March 31 2020 @ 9:30AM - 10:30AM EDT| Free
In this two day workshop, students will learn about Jewish Immigration/1914 and the American Girl Rebecca. We plan to include the a short history of immigration during 1914, Ellis Island and Jewish life on the Lower East Side (NYC) in 1914. During day two, we will focus on reading comprehension and analysis of the book Meet Rebecca.
This is a TWO DAY WORKSHOP.
Students will meet on both – Tuesday, March 31 and Wednesday, April 1, 2020 from 9:30 am – 10:30 am ET.
All students MUST read (or listen to) MEET REBECCA before class on Wednesday, April 1, 2020.
It is up to you to locate this book and have your child read it before class.
Please do NOT register for the class unless you are ABSOLUTELY POSITIVE that you have access to the book.
You can download this book via KINDLE or through YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY.
I am opening this class up to SECOND GRADERS. If you register a second grader, please make sure they UNDERSTAND how to use a virtual classroom OR the parent should be sitting by them! While I am teaching, I can not help with technical problems that may arise!
Students should have:
- Access to turn on their microphone (not mandatory) if we have time to share.
15 available seats in every class.
Minimum five students to run ANY class.
Registration is a COMMITMENT as these classes are FREE and you are taking a seat from another interested student.
Class to last between 30 – 60 minutes depending on content and instructor.
Our goal is to have your children learn something NEW!!!
Please ONLY register for those which are DEVELOPMENTALLY appropriate for your child.
NO homework given – but follow up ideas shared for parents to implement.
We are only posting a week’s worth of classes at a time as we are not sure of the “situation” In the world beyond that. This is to help parents with homeschooling at a time of “uncertainty”.
Families will be sent a LINK 24 hours before class. This is how your child will enter the classroom.
YOU MUST USE GOOGLE CHROME to enter the classroom. Please install this before your first class.
We hope to see you there!