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This is a set of notes on the beginning of Greek Mythology (Chaos-the 4 ages of man-and the war between the Titans and Olympians). It also inclu...
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These are individual pages that students use to document the meanings of 93 idioms and proverbs. There is a space for them to write what they th...
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Included are thiry-eight graphs, charts, maps, flowcharts, tables and other graphics. These are real data maps taken from the Internet (all sour...
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This product is a simulation activity that was very successful in a 7th grade inclusion Social Studies class. Students are "born" into coun...
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This is a PowerPoint with a separate slide for each day of school. There is a graph that stays consistant for the entire week. One new question...
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This activity has a section of the Behistun Rock with a translation (in wingdings). There is then a section of the Book of the Dead in hieroglyp...
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This is a set of rebuses for each of the named elements of the Periodic Table of the Elements. Each page has a picture problem that will eventua...
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This is an informational packet that gives basic information on marble figures that were removed from the Parthenon and sold/stolen and given to ...
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P. S. Largo  (TpT Seller)
Just wanted some clarification on The Rosetta Stone activity - the students use the English translation with the Greek to translate the "papyrus scroll?" This is exactly the type of actiity I would like to use in my Gifted 6th grade inclusion class...even if they need to work on it at home. I am thinking they could work in groups in the class. About how long did it take your students? Thanks!
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Tanya Steele  (TpT Seller)
Sorry, this was not forwarded to my personal email. I didn't even know about it until today. I hope you can still use the information. Since you are working with gifted students, let them figure it out. Some will create a key so they only have to translate each glyph once. Others will translate each glyph twice. It took my special education students about four hours to complete. The regular education high school students I used it with only about 1 1/2 - 2 hours. My guess is that your students should be able to complete it in aobut 1 1/2 hours.

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Taught special education students (LD) since 1993 Taught inclusion classes for all but one of those years. Taught in grades 2-8, 10 and 11

MY TEACHING STYLE

Since I have taught mostly jr. high and middle school settings, I prefer a real-world or simulation approach. Because I have to get my students ready for a more traditional high school, I also teach them how to take notes from book and lecture.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

When a student looked and me finally realizing that all the talking teachers do during class relates to the homework and the tests.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

1988-Graduated from Frankenmuth High School with honors 1992-Graduated from University of Maine @ Farmington with a BS in special education 1999-Graduated from Saginaw Valley State University with a MAT in secondary education 2000- present - continue to attend workshops relating to special education and any subject area I happen to be team-teaching that particular year

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

married, no children live and teach in the same town where I was raised taught in Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Ohio taught in public and parochial schools