Do you want to teach your kids about poetry but have no idea where to start?
Does the idea of teaching high school to your teen intimidate you?
Does the use of technology make learning more fun for your kids?
This study was created to help teach kids in a way that appeals to multiple learning styles and embraces technology to enrich the learning.
Poetry and a Movie makes the Master Poets appealing and relevant to the high school crowd through the effective use of technology. Your teen will not only be learning about poets and their poetry, but they will also be learning about literary elements and how classical material is still utilized in our modern culture.
This poetry study is actually fun for teens!
"My daughter is excited about poetry. That very idea was a shocker. She cried for 2 days solid when we went to look for her Language Arts program for high school. No way did she want to do poetry. I almost didn't show her the course. After she looked inside she said, "Hey, this looks fun!" then zoomed off to find the books and movies.
I was shocked, but what really made me excited? She told her DAD all about it. My kids NEVER talk to their dad about their schoolwork."
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Poetry and a Movie is a poetry study for high school that makes the Master Poets appealing and relevant through the effective use of technology.
"The Poetry and a Movie Course is such a fun combination. Not only do you learn about revered poets, you get to enjoy some classic movies along the way. Mom and dad will enjoy completing this course with their children and diving deep into poetry."
Homeschool Mom and Owner of Homeschool Mindset with Bethany Ishee
Commonly Asked Questions
What age range is this course for?
This course is designed for high school credit. Students in grades 7 and up should be able to complete this course.
What happens next?
After you make your purchase, you will receive an email link to the course. You will need to create a username and password, if this is your first course.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own for the lifetime of Literary Adventures for Kids.
Can my student work through this course independently?
Teens should be able to complete this course independently. However, parents will need to be available to help with writing projects. There are also opportunities to join your student for movies and poetry teatimes. I recommend parents review the course before their students begin.
Can this be used for more than one child or as a family course?
Absolutely! We are a homeschooling family. We often reuse our materials for the younger children or combine students for a family course.
What supplies will the student need?
A supply list is provided at the beginning of the course. Please refer to that page for the list of books and movies we will be using.
What are the dates of this course?
This is a self-paced course. There are no starting or ending dates. Feel free to use at your leisure.
How long should this course take the student?
This course is designed to be completed in a year. Each poet is a month-long study for a total of 10 months of instruction.
What if I have questions or need help?
This course comes with email support. So, if you have questions about this course email me at [email protected]
Can I use this course with my co-op or school?
Yes. Please contact me at [email protected] for information about school and co-op licensing.
What if I don't like the course?
We understand that not every book or course is the perfect fit. Due to the digital nature of this product, we are limited in how long we can offer a refund. If you don't find that the course fits for your family, please let us know within 10 days of purchase for a full refund. After that time, we will not be able to offer a full refund.
Hi, I’m Dachelle. I’m a homeschooling mom of 3 in the South. I love chocolate and have been known to hide it from my children. I can often be found reading a good book (or even sometimes just an okay book) and enjoying a jar of Nutella — don’t judge. I blog, here, at HideTheChocolate.com when I’m not creating book clubs and making lists…lots and lots of lists (it’s an addiction). Learn more…