Our Classes

Outschool: This website is a storehouse of online courses. You can find a few of our selected courses available there. They are listed below. First time on Outschool? Sign up using this link and you'll get a $20 credit
Upper Elementary and Middle School Level

Students will study the novel "Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library" by Chris Grabenstein in a group setting. Throughout the class, students will have the opportunity to expand their vocabulary, complete character analysis, practice writing responses to prompts, and strengthen reading comprehension.

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Students will study the novel "Freak The Mighty" by Rodman Philbrick in a group setting. Throughout the class, students will have the opportunity to explore how characters change throughout the plot of a story, expand their vocabulary, practice writing responses to prompts, and strengthen reading comprehension.

High School Level

Students will study the classic short story "Lather and Nothing Else" by Hernando Tellez in a group setting. During this short session, students will read this critically acclaimed literary piece and learn about the author and the history that led to its creation.

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Students will study the classic dystopian novel "Fahrenheit 451" by Ray Bradbury. Throughout the class, students will have the opportunity to produce written reactions to the reading and make connections to historical events that influenced the piece's creation. Students will also study connecting text--specifically a poem and a non-fiction article. They will practice making connections between different texts to increase their understanding of the material. Students will also be able to practice presentation skills through an assigned project.

Students will study the classic Shakespeare play "Hamlet." Throughout the class, students will have the opportunity to expand their vocabulary--including period-specific terminologies. Students will also analyze characters, practice formal writing, practice figurative language, and strengthen reading comprehension. They will also have the opportunity to study how to read and understand literature written in a play format.

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Students will study the classic Shakespeare play "Julius Caesar." Throughout the class, students will have the opportunity to expand their vocabulary--including period-specific terminologies. Students will also analyze characters, practice formal writing, practice figurative language, and strengthen reading comprehension. They will also have the opportunity to study how to read and understand literature written in a play format.

My daughter enjoyed the online live lessons and we are looking forward to taking more classes with Education Revolution. This is a wonderful option that compliments our homeschool curriculum.

Donna B.

Assessment client, Umbrella School client, Simple Revolution Solution client