Teaching With Class provides English Language Arts education to first and second language learners, using a Skills Based program and a Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) approach. Students participate in novel studies, debate, and writing classes, and learn to express opinions, evaluate texts, and create their own pieces which are published on http://www.KidsGetPublished.com, a student blog for showcasing their work. Students are able to either attain or maintain grade level literacy skills in English.
Teaching With Class also provides exam and test preparation, targeted lessons for specific skills, and coaching to develop learning skills including self advocacy, independence, and organization.
Skills based, engaging, and goal oriented, students and families working with Teaching With Class determine and work towards their own goals and needs. With an approach inspired by Universal Design For Learning, students can access and and engage with materials and assignments in a variety of ways and meeting a variety of goals.
Teaching With Class is committed to equity, fairness, and openness, and works to teach lessons and use novels that represent all students, allowing them to engage with difficult, interesting, and important subjects.
All of our classes run in small groups, which allow for differentiation and personal attention to all students. They use a Content and Language Integrated Learning approach to help students develop their reading and writing skills.
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We run private coaching for students to help them prepare for an event, like a test or interview; to target specific skills, or to help with homework and day to day time management and assignments. These are tailored to individual needs and schedules, and focus on confidence, mindset, and learning skills.
Read Rebecca’s articles for insights into Teaching With Class’s unique approach to teaching literacy, teaching philosophy, and stories. The blog is updated regularly with information, ideas, and methods.
Read below to see how Kids Get Published creates a collaborative writing environment and builds student confidence.
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