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Following the engaging, interactive style of my Persuasion PowerPoint this MLA Format PowerPoint presents the main formatting elements for MLA re...
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This graphic organizer allows students to keep track of all the basic elements of fiction while reading a short story. It includes areas for stud...
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Following the engaging, interactive style of my other PowerPoints this one introduces the concept of the thesis statement. It includes specific e...
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Complete Vocabulary Unit features 14 vocabulary lists composed of 5 Greek & Latin affixes and/or root words along with 2 example words that a...
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What happened during the Salem Witch Trials? What was Miller�s inspiration for writing The Crucible? Why is this play relevant to...
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This PowerPoint presentation introduces the concept of persuasive appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) and propaganda techniques and logical fallacies ...
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griegozu
Buyer
Hi Rebecca. I downloaded your free "Complete Vocabulary Unit 2 LAtin and Greek preffixes and roots" ans I wonder if I have your permission for adpating and translating it to Spanish for my classes.
April 15, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Sure! What a great idea!
April 15, 2014 Report inappropriate comment

tnlipsey
Buyer re: World Literature Introductory PowerPoint
what are the answers
October 19, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Hi,
The answers should be shown through the animations as you play the PowerPoint. Are they not working?

Thanks,
Rebecca
October 19, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

Megan McRae
Megan McRae  (TpT Seller) re: PowerPoint:Mini-Lessons for Common Core Standards for Reading Literature (9-10)
This is a great product! Would you consider making one for 7th & 8th grade?
June 27, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Hi Megan,
Thanks! I actually had intentions to make several more of these, but I am swamped this summer with my online teaching job. It's still a possibility for the fall, though (which is when I'm sure you'd need it--sorry about that!)

I appreciate your feedback!
Rebecca
June 28, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

Opal Nelson
Opal N. re: Complete Vocabulary Unit 2: Greek & Latin Affixes & Roots
I just downloaded your Complete Vocabulary Unit 2: Greek & Latin Affixes and Roots, FREE! How generous of you! This is a wonderful unit. I intent to purchase your other vocabulary units, also. I am unsure about your weekly vocabulary practice exercises. Do the students make out the character, setting, etc. slips only one time, then choose from the choices of all the students in the class for each new unit? Or do they create new slips for themselves with each new unit?
April 28, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Hello! Glad it will be helpful :) I have always had all students jot down one of each, collect the slips (separately by category so you can then pass them out separately) and have each student choose one of each category. It turns into a fun activity for students and they look forward to it by the end of the units! You could do it the other way you've mentioned as well, I suppose!

I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have other questions.

Thanks for your support!
Rebecca Malone
April 28, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

JILL TOMLIN
JILL T. re: MLA Format PowerPoint (Includes 2009 MLA Format Update)
Hi I just bought this and it does not open on my computer. Can you email me the ppt? Many thanks
March 12, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Sure! I'll just need your email address (it doesn't show up on here with your question). You can post it here or email me at rmalone531@gmail.com. Thanks!
March 12, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

Erin Osterland
Erin Osterland  (TpT Seller) re: Graphic Organizer: Elements of Parody in Don Quixote
Do you have any more on Don Q?
February 16, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
I don't! We only read an extremely short excerpt in my World Lit. course for tenth graders. I did just come across this free resource online which is VERY extensive (164 pages!) if you're interested: http://www.coreknowledge.org/mimik/mimik_uploads/documents/53/CCDQ.pdf

Good luck!
Rebecca :)
February 16, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

estherkhahn
Buyer re: MLA Format PowerPoint (Includes 2009 MLA Format Update)
I am interested in purchasing your powerpoint on MLA but I am trying to decide for the $9 price, the amount of content. How many slides are on your ppt? Does it include any handouts?
February 6, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Hello,
It is 13 slides, and does not include handouts. There are notes that follow along with the PowerPoint available in my store for $2. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/MLA-Format-Notes-Designed-to-accompany-my-MLA-Format-PowerPoint

Thanks for your interest, and please feel free to email me with any other questions! rmalone531@gmail.com
February 6, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

Nathan McNamara
Nathan McNamara  (TpT Seller) re: Tips for Passing the PSSA Writing Test
Hello, I live in PA also and give the third grade dreaded PSSA tests. I am always looking to share ideas with each other to help master the PSSA's I was looking at your materials available, check some of mine out also and follow me. I am new to TPT, so I am in the process of adding lessons, games, and other things also.
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Nathan-Mcnamara

Thanks,
Nate
October 10, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Thanks, Nate! I'm now a follower :)
November 8, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

caitlinrosedean
Buyer re: Creative Characterization in Writing
What sorts of items do you place in the bag in which students choose from? This is my first year teaching writing, so I'm a little low on supplies and ideas! This is a really neat activity though!
September 20, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
For this activity, I actually just went to the local dollar store a bought a variety of random things--crazy necklaces & other jewelry, swim goggles, sunglasses, hats, socks, rain bonnets, anything that I could find that I thought would spark creativity.

I hope that helps!
Becky
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cdgreg1
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I recently purchased all three of your Complete Vocabulary Units and noticed that you have two quizzes for each lesson within unit two, but not for units one and three. Do you happen to have additional quizzes for these units?

Sincerely,
C. Brotherton
September 5, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Hello,
I do not have the additional quizzes for Units 1 and 3. I had created the extra quizzes in Unit 2 for one particular class I was teaching at the time. The quizzes in Units 1 and 3 can be adapted easily, though, by providing a word bank of the five answer options in Part 1 and breaking the one section of ten sentence completion questions in Part 3 into two sections of five sentences with accompanying word banks for the choices.

I hope this helps, and apologize for any confusion or inconvenience!

Thanks for your support,
Rebecca
September 6, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

dorilea
Buyer re: Evaluating Websites PowerPoint: A Tool for Internet Research
I am interested in purchasing your Evaluating Websites PowerPoint: A Tool for Internet Research product. Does it come with the student/teacher notes or must those be purchased separately? I don't see the "notes" product you mention.

Thank you for sharing your creativity. I have several of your products in my shopping cart.

Dorilea Phillips
English Teacher
McCamey High School
McCamey Texas
June 17, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Thank you for your note, Dorilea! I hope my materials work well in your classroom! If you have any questions as you use them, please let me know.

Have a great day!
Rebecca


Edited to add:
I apologize that I completely overlooked your question when I quickly read through this earlier in the summer. I'm not sure if you found the notes for the Powerpoint or not, but if you didn't and you're still interested in them, you can find them here:
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Evaluating-Websites-PowerPoint-StudentTeacher-Notes

Again, I'm so sorry I did not see your question several months ago when you first asked! I'll blame it on the summer daze after a long school year last year :).
June 17, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

GrmrLvrFl
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Hi, Rebecca. I bought your Persuasion Packet and PowerPoint. I am going to use them next week in my 8th grade language arts classes. I just had a couple of quick questions for you…

At the end of your PowerPoint on the first review slide, are you asking which technique is being used for each bullet point that you listed? That was my first thought, but as I looked at it longer, I wasn’t sure since at the top it says “In the EXAMPLE below.” I thought the slide would have three separate examples that each need an answer, but then all three bullet points seem to be similar, so is it just one answer?… Okay – sorry – but now that I am looking into it further, those are not the propaganda techniques but the APPEAL, so each bullet point has an answer of pathos, ethos, and logos?... I swear to you I am not slow, it’s just that I am only in my third year teaching, and each year I have tried something different using my own resources that I scrounge from here and there. Your stuff looks really good, and I just want to make sure I’m comfortable presenting it and that I know all the answers. :)
I’ve pasted the text from the review slides below so that you won’t have to look them up…
Thank you in advance for any help you can give me. I am looking forward to using these products in my class.

1st Review Slide:
What type of PERSUASIVE APPEAL is used in the example below?
All parents should consider taking their children fishing because:
l # Fishing is an activity at which all kids can succeed at some level.
l # Fishing encourages problem-solving and decision-making.
l # Fishing links kids and the natural world in a way that can generate caring, responsibility and action.

2nd Review Slide:
What type of PERSUASIVE APPEAL is used in the example below?
l Celebrating Halloween is a barbaric practice. Anyone who has seen a child after a post Trick-or-Treating candy binge would attest to the horrifying, damaging effects that this holiday has on young ones.

Sincerely,
Andie Mitchell

PS. I may email you again if I have any trouble finding the movie clips. I am not familiar with that movie, so it may take me awhile to figure out where all the clips are… Do you have anything that tells you around what time they are in the movie, or will the clips just be easy to find on YouTube if I type in your description? (Sorry for so many questions!)
Feel free to respond in an email. I tried to email this to you using the email in the Persuasion packet, but it got returned to me.
January 27, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Hello,
Would you mind emailing me at rmalone531@gmail.com? For some reason I can't access the tot site from my laptop and typing on my kindle is difficult for a long response. I would email you but do not have your address.

Thanks!
Rebecca
January 27, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

Lori Sieg
Lori S.
I bought your persuasion packet and the powerpoint. I notice on the Prezi that you have some stills that the Prezi doesn't go to. Explanation? I feel like I need more activities to hammer down the fallacy terms and persuasive appeals.
January 25, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Hello,
I am not sure what you are asking about. Could you be more specific? Please feel free to email me at rmalone531@Gmail.com
January 27, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

kfawleysjs
Buyer re: Complete Vocabulary Unit 1: Greek & Latin Affixes & Roots
How do you think jr. high students would do with a unit like this?
January 22, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Hello!
I think that jr. high (grades 7-9?) would do just fine with it. It's a pretty simple format, and the routine is the same for each unit. I have used the same setup for grades 9-12, I just used different word lists each year. I think it's actually really good to get students into the routine of looking at the different word parts as soon as possible, and I don't think jr. high is too young for this by any means. I tried to keep the concept pretty general so that you can adapt it for any specific needs of your students.

I hope that helps to answer your question, but feel free to write back if you have further concerns!

Have a good day,
Rebecca
January 22, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

Mrs-Barnes
Mrs-Barnes  (TpT Seller)
Thank you for the speedy response!
September 25, 2011 Report inappropriate comment

Mrs-Barnes
Mrs-Barnes  (TpT Seller) re: Powerpoint: Introduction to The Crucible
Can you send me the link for "more information" on HUAC? The hyperlink does not work.
September 25, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
The link I had used must have been disconnected. Here is another that you can substitute: http://moderntimes.com/huac/

I apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for notifying me of the problem.

I hope the PowerPoint suits your needs otherwise!
September 25, 2011 Report inappropriate comment

lhoffert
Buyer re: Complete Vocabulary Unit 1: Greek & Latin Affixes & Roots
Hi, I am very interested in your vocabulary lists with Greek and Latin Affixes and Roots. I think it may be a great quarter vocabulary activity. I have a few questions:

Do You include a creative writing activivity with EACH list? Also, is there a key included for each quiz?
March 14, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Hello! My vocabulary lists worked very well in my classes for many years :) I only include one creative writing activity total, but I used that activity with each word list. It's very versatile, easy to incorporate, and often ended up being one of my students' favorite activities of the entire semester! And as far as answers keys go--there is not a key included in the Complete Vocabulary Unit 1 document with the lists, quizzes, and creative writing activity, BUT the keys are available as a free download found with the rest of my products. I do have Complete Vocabulary Unit 2 and Unit 3 available as well; however, I have not yet posted the keys for the quizzes to these units. I will have them posted as free downloads by the end of the week though, in case you like the first set of lists and/or want other options. Please let me know if you have any other questions, and have a great last few months of school!
March 14, 2011 Report inappropriate comment

drmore
Buyer re: Complete Vocabulary Unit 2: Greek & Latin Affixes & Roots
Hello! I just bought your Complete Vocabulary Unit 1:Greek and Latin. However, when I downloaded it, there was no answer key. Can you email me an answer key to the quizzes?

dawn_more@charleston.k12.sc.us
December 15, 2010 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Yes--I will email the document to you! It's actually in a separate document that you can download FREE on my page (I should make that more clear in my product description though! Sorry about that!) You should receive the key via email in a few minutes :)
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cmitchum
Buyer re: Peer Revision Activities
I purchased your document and was only able to download one page of the Word Document. Is there more?
October 22, 2010 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
It is only one page--all three activities are on there. They may look short, but require a good deal of thinking on the students' part! I hope you find them helpful!
October 22, 2010 Report inappropriate comment

Amy Kalbfleisch
Amy K. re: Creative Characterization in Writing
I downloaded the Creative Characterization in Writing document of yours. I was wondering what type of items you put in the bags? Thank you. Amy
March 9, 2009 Report inappropriate comment
Rebecca Malone
Rebecca Malone  (TpT Seller)
Hi Amy,
For this activity, I actually just went to the local dollar store a bought a variety of random things--crazy necklaces & other jewelry, swim goggles, sunglasses, hats, socks, rain bonnets, anything that I could find that I thought would spark creativity.

I hope that helps!
Becky
March 9, 2009 Report inappropriate comment
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

From 2003-2010, I taught English, grades 9-12, through the following courses: 9th Grade Coure English 10th Grade Composition (on-level and remedial) 10th Grade Short Story (on-level and remedial) 10th Grade Voices of Dissent (on-level) 10th Grade World Literature (on-level) 11th Grade American Literature (honors, on-level, and remedial) 12th Grade British Literature (on-level) Currently, I am a language arts instructor and supervisor for Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth Online.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My classes are normally very interactive. My students participate in discussion daily, whether it is with a partner, in small groups, or as a whole group. Learning is student-centered, and projects and writing assignments form the basis of most major assessments.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2011 CTYOnline Teaching Excellence Award

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my B.A. in Secondary Education, English from York College of PA in May, 2003. I finished my graduate work in April, 2008, completing the Literacy and Learning in the Content Areas program through Walden University, and earning my M.S. in Education degree.

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