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W.E.B. DuBois was a Pan-African Civil Rights leader & world renowned author whose social philosophies led to potentially solving many problems in the African American community. His book The Souls of Black Folk is a collection of his essays essentially describing what it means to be black in America. In this course, Master Learning Specialist NaConda will go through the social themes presented in the book, providing students with ways to comprehend by utilizing avenues of open discussion and by allowing them to respond to writing prompts.

 

Scholars ages thirteen (13) through eighteen (18) will work through twelve (12) lessons with Master Learning Specialist NaConda, practicing critical thinking & reading comprehension skills.

Scholars will meet three times a week for 45 minute classes & practice Knowledge & Skills Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text. (TEKS 110.31b)

This $49 complete course will meet three times a week for a total of 12 45-minute lessons (over four weeks). This course does require a small amount of outside class time that will be used to read, respond to writing prompts, and review notes taken during class. All class meetings will be recorded live and available to replay for 30 days after the course ends. Registration information is listed below.

High School

(ages 13-18)

MON. FEB. 1ST               WED. FEB. 3RD                 FRI. FEB. 5TH

          FEB. 8TH                       FEB. 1​0TH                       FEB. 12TH

          FEB. 15TH                      FEB. 17TH                        FEB. 19TH

          FEB. 22ND                    FEB. 23RD                      FEB. 25TH

4:00 - 4:45pm CST