Date(s) - November 8, 2019
Come learn how to sing together as a group and make music without any instruments.
This class will discuss the “Big Questions” of life and introduce middle-schoolers to the type of close reading they will have to do in coming years.
We will investigate the clash between urban/liberal/Democratic “blue” states and rural/conservative/Republican “red” states.
Participants will work to develop intuitive thinking skills and learn new types of math beyond the basics.
In this third and final semester we will cover human history from the Roman Empire through the modern revolution, ending with speculations about the future.
Racism. Sexism. War. Colonialism. Homophobia. Ecological collapse. In this group we will use the lens of science fiction to examine current events.
The class will cover Parts of Speech, Phrases, Clauses, and Types of Sentences and how to punctuate them.
An intro to Spanish grammar, reading, writing, speaking, and listening. The small-group format provides lots of opportunities to practice speaking.