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Juliette Roman
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This a complete unit for teaching Ancient Egypt focusing on geography, economy, architecture, important pharaohs, vocabulary, pyramids, natural r...
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This Smartboard file is everything you need for the Ancient Egypt unit. It includes interactive maps, mummification movie, flash games, vocabula...
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Even at a young age, students need to learn how to cite their sources to give credit to the original author. This file includes everything you ne...
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A mini-lesson on paraphrasing with practice activity to help students learn facts about Egypt and practice paraphrasing at the same time. The min...
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The performance task is: You will be creating and designing your OWN country including: name of your country location: absolute and relative ...
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This is an authentic performance-based task and hands-on project related to Ocean Animals. The Task: Students will research an ocean animal us...
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This is a great activity for students to learn about ancient Rome where they do the research and then present it to the class. First, divide up t...
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This is a complete unit for World War ONE including: * Smartboard Unit: Outline, essential questions, photos, video links, technology chart & ac...
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This is a hands-on research project about animals from the Rainforest. The Task: Students will research their favorite animal from the Rainfore...
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This is a complete unit on Ancient Rome. It includes the following items: Vocabulary Pretest Vocabulary Post-test Rome Timeline Activity Rome...
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This is a hands-on research poster project about animals from the Desert. The Task: Students will research their favorite animal from the Deser...
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Use this Presentation Power Point as a way to teach or remind students "How to" present to their classmates. It can also be used as part of a pro...
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Assign students a partner. Hand out the partner sheets. Students write the information on index cards and have their partner guess which of the F...
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This is a 6 document DBQ comparing the contributions from the Ancient Civilizations of Egypt and Mesopotamia. It includes an organizer for studen...
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The Task for students is: You will be researching one aspect of Ancient Egyptian history. You will need to take the information you find and ch...
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This is a performance-based task about mammals. The Task: Students will research their favorite mammal using books from the library and the int...
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Vocabulary is the backbone of any unit. These vocabulary words are for the Ancient Egypt Vocabulary Unit. These effective vocabulary strategies a...
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This is an elementary level test for the end of the Civil War Unit. It includes 10 multiple choice questions, 10 true and false questions, and 3 ...
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THE TASK: The students will be randomly selecting an invention to research and become experts about. Students will do some of the research in cla...
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This is a hands-on research project about insects. The Task: Students will research their favorite insect using books from the library and the i...
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Your PowerPoint on poetry (doesn't have to rhyme) looks great, except it seemed to end abruptly with "What's the Point?" at slide 15. Is there more somewhere?
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Laureen T. re: Ancient Egypt Unit on the Smartboard
I'm a homeschooling mom so a smart board isn't an option for us. Would it be possible to use this on a lap top?
February 26, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Hi Laureen,
Thanks so much for asking. Unfortunately, the software for a Smartboard is very specific and you would need it to use this program. I do have other Ancient Egypt activities that you could use on your laptop that aren't Smartboard related. Hope this helps!!
February 26, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have over ten years teaching experience at the Elementary and Middle School Levels. Over the last ten years, I have worked in a team setting and particularly enjoyed collaborating with other educators to develop projects and hands on interactive lessons. Using the Backwards Design, we were able to create an entire integrated curriculum in social studies and ELA to meet the state standards and make learning fun. I am a firm believer in Project Based Learning and hands on activities. I believe that it’s essential that students take responsibility for their own learning. In a classroom where students actively solve real problems by asking questions, collaborating, and figuring out viable solutions, the students get to take the initiative in the learning process. By taking risks, learning from their own mistakes, and creating authentic projects, students learn how to think critically as well as learning content matter.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in instilling a passion for lifetime learning into my students. One way I introduce this passion is by being a model lifetime learner for my students. For instance, in my classroom, you will hear me thinking aloud, interacting with the text during reading, and demonstrating inquiry by asking questions. I believe that every child can reach their learning potential, with high expectations, the necessary support and opportunities, and a nurturing classroom. I support this effort by greeting each child as he/she enters the classroom, so that each student feels welcome and believes that he/she is part of a learning community. I believe in teaching students with respect and in providing a fun, student-centered learning environment. I make sure that every child knows they are worthy, by listening to and caring for their needs. I work hard to create a classroom that celebrates achievement and progress. These efforts encourage the students to stay in school and learn. Weekly celebrations in the form of specific task praise, certificates, positive calls home, and group recognition are common in my classroom. By the end of the school year, each child will be celebrated for some contribution to the class or a skill they have developed. I am an experimentalist who continually seeks new ways to expand or improve society and my teaching. An experimentalist aids learners and consults with students while they are actively discovering and experiencing the world in which they live. Another main focus is on the development of values in our existing world. I constantly strive to make learning experiences authentic and applicable to the real world. For the realist, the world is as it is, and the job of schools is to teach students about the world. This form of philosophy is similar to the experimentalist view of the value of real world application. I want the students actively learning during the majority of class time. I do feel that a structured atmosphere is important part of education. We all need structure so we know what to expect in our day to day life. I do work hard to be a good role model for students. Children need good role models. We live in an ever-changing world. Teacher-student interaction centers on assisting students in their personal journey through learning. This philosophy goes hand-in-hand with the teacher as facilitator approach to teaching. It also embraces the idea that each student is an individual with his or her own special needs.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Skill Highlights: Smartboard Training & Curriculum Development SRA McGraw-Hill Open Court Reading Series Backwards Design 6 + 1 Writing Traits BB Classroom Management Skills Critical Thinking & Curriculum Develop PBIS-Character Education Development Program Professional Learning Communities (PLC's) Smart Goals Development & Design RTI Intervention Management Student Led Portfolios Leader Intel Teach to the Future Program Microsoft Word, Excel, and Publisher Agent of change for Technology across the curriculum

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I Believe. . . Students All students can learn All students can succeed All students are special in their own way All students need structure All students need to know the expectations for learning and behavior All students should set their own goals and reflect on those goals I Believe . . . Teachers • Teachers should fully understand and know the subjects they teach • Teachers should be make learning active and engaging • Teachers should teach applying the principles of multiple intelligence’s • Teachers should set high expectations and objectives for their students • Teachers should strive to be the best positive role model • Teachers should constantly reflect on their teaching in order to improve I Believe. . . Learning Environments The classroom should be structured so students know what to expect everyday The classroom should be a safe and secure place for students to feel safe The classroom should be colorful and display student work for recognition In the classroom, students should be taught to respect other’s view points (tolerance) In the classroom everyone should treat each other with respect

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Creator of Schooltime Heroes, a community service program to link school, students, and community members. We developed and hosted a variety of community service events such as the Hospice House Annual Walk-a-thon, Adopt a Dog Fair, St. Patrick’s Day Senior Spring Fling, Community Youth Center, and EAGLES’ Way Tech TV Program. Leader of a district-wide character education program while implementing new technology including video production & TV production for grades 5-8. Leader of a school wide creation and development of Student-Led Portfolios for Parent Teacher Conferences.