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Camp session: Book & Movie Club - Bridge to Terabithia (Focus Learning Academic Centre)
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Book & Movie Club - Bridge to Terabithia

By: Focus Learning Academic Centre  []

Focus Learning Academic Centre

Program and Sessions Details:

Type:

Virtual program

Specialization:

Traditional (multi activity)

Age (Gender):

8 - 10 (Coed)

Cost:

$240

Special needs support:

No


Contact Camp:

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To practice reading comprehension and critical thinking skills.


What is it about? - An in-depth book reading program that connects students with the stories. 

Who is it for? - Students who love to read and watch movies.

Why do we offer it? -To practice reading comprehension and critical thinking skills.

How is it taught? - In class: reading together, discussions, presentations, and comparison between the book to the movie; Homework: vocabulary and reading comprehension.

ABOUT THE BOOK - Bridge to Terabithia

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Author: Katherine Paterson                       Lexile Rating: T - 810L

Book Summary: 
This book takes students on a fun adventure of a world created by two fifth graders, Jess Aarons and Leslie Burke. They create their own imaginary land called Terabithia. Terabithia is the place they escape to in order to forget all their problems. Through their adventure, we learn about the importance of friendship and trust.

Skills:

1. Identify characteristics & character development
2. Identify text to media connections

3. Book & Movie comparison

Projects:

1. Reading comprehension and analysis
2. Theme exploration: Response to literature
3. Re-write the end of the story with YOU as an additional character





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Session Dates & Locations:

Date TBD
Virtual Program,
Online
Time TBD
Cost TBD



Activities at this Session:

Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

  • Instructor lead (group)
  • Reading
  • Writing / journalism
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive






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