Reading Club III - Innocence Lost
Reading Club III - Innocence Lost
Reading Club III - Innocence Lost
Reading Club III - Innocence Lost
Reading Club III - Innocence Lost

Reading Club III - Innocence Lost

Grade 7-8 / 12 Weeks
$270 $300


Reading and writing skills are directly related to the performance of learning; reading and writing skills are also the keys to the building blocks for further education. We cultivate our writing ability from reading, so we want to help your student enjoy reading as a pleasant experience. Developing good reading habits are the building blocks to assist your student in furthering their education. We select only the world's best books to train your children in reading and thinking skills because it is important to develop inquisitive and inductive writing skills from an early age.

Reading Club takes students to read two classic novels from the world. All students need to purchase books in order to take courses. We don't provide the books. Book name:

  • To Kill a Mockingbird: To Kill a Mockingbird is a classic American coming-of-age novel, a story of childhood adventure and racial injustice—at once charming, tragic, and lyrical. Set in 1930’s Alabama, the tale is told from the perspective of Jean Louise Finch,..
  • The Great Gatsby: The Great Gatsby tells the story of Jay Gatsby, a mysterious multi-millionaire whose gigantic mansion is the scene of constant, wild parties. The setting is the suburbs of New York City during the Roaring Twenties (1920's),..
  • An 12-week enrichment reading course is offered to make it easy for students to learn
  • Expert instructors will help different age group to improve their reading skill
  • The course was design for grade 7-8 student
  • Effectively help children improve their reading and writing strength
  • Develop your child's reading potential and encourage creativity
  • Live Zoom sessions will also be arranged concurrently to allow teacher-student interaction. Live Zoom sessions is available: Date: 9/17, 10/8, 10/29, 11/9 (Sat) Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00AM (Pacific Time)