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This lesson is on comparing and contrasting the two poems "I Hear America Singing" by Whitman and "I, Too, Sing America" by Langston Hughes, and ...
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This lesson is about the short story "Hills Like White Elephants" by Ernest Hemingway and primarily focuses on understanding the content of the s...
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These are the Photoshopped pictures of the 'crime scene' of Pap's cabin after Huck has staged his own death there. They go along with my lesson ...
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Lesson plan for Hemingway's two short stories "Old Man at the Bridge" and "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place" includes discussion questions and answers...
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This is a packet to help students put together a discussion-based lesson on a chapter or chapters of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, where they w...
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This lesson helps students understand the plot and character developments in the key chapters about the Shepherdson-Grangerford feud, as well as ...
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This is for helping students understand how to properly format quotations according to MLA guidelines, using quotations from Steinbeck's Of Mice ...
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This is a rubric and assignment explanation for an assignment where students write their own original song lyrics relating to the content of Mark...
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This lesson is about excerpts from Zitkala-Sa (Gertrude Bonnin) and Alexander Eastman, two Native American authors writing around the turn of the...
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This lesson is a compare and contrast that covers poetic analysis using TPFASTT, as well as gives historical context that will be important for u...
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This rubric sheet is for students to use to do one of three options that combines art with text. They do have to do some writing and also some a...
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This is a click-and-replace template for writing a basic rough draft of an essay. In this case it is for Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark ...
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This is a series of worksheets students use to practice formatting quotations properly according to MLA standards. The quotations are taken from...
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This is an exemplar of a creative writing assignment as a response to Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Students who enjoy creative writing will p...
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This is a list of a few options (prompts) for students to use to write about the events of Chapter 11 (in which they must empathize with the most...
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This worksheet contains suggested ideas for 'twists' to do on various scenes from Julius Caesar by Shakespeare, as well as stepping students thro...
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This is a packet for an Outside Reading Project for my English Science Fiction class. It has a list of recommended books (although students can c...
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Discussion questions on the short story "The Passing of Grandison," which has some nice tie-ins with the character Jim in Adventures of Huckleber...
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Buyer re: Quizzes on Black Boy by Richard Wright
Do these questions cover part two as well as part one?
Thanks!
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Brandon Juhl  (TpT Seller)
They do also cover part two of the book.
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Words and More Words  (TpT Seller) re: Exemplar Complete To Kill a Mockingbird Essay
What is the prompt for the essay?
November 11, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Brandon Juhl  (TpT Seller)
There are three prompt options I give to students, although to avoid taking all the best ideas, I use an exemplar essay that responds to a totally different prompt, one we no longer use. The prompt for the exemplar essay was "Which character in the novel is the most courageous?" but the three prompts I give students as options for writing their expository essays on To Kill a Mockingbird are these:

1) Jem and Scout’s ideas about what constitutes courage change, until they finally realize that real courage is the ability to stand up for what you believe in, no matter how difficult that is
2) Jem, Scout, and Dill’s life lessons (learned outside of the classroom) help them to mature and better understand life’s more difficult situations
3) In the town of Maycomb, prejudice is a disease, but Jem, Scout, and Dill are immune to this illness because …
November 11, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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English Teacher 101  (TpT Seller) re: Discussion Questions for "The Toynbee Convector" and "The Ones Who Walk Away..."
Are the answers provided?
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Brandon Juhl  (TpT Seller)
Yes.
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TeachEng  (TpT Seller) re: Discussion Questions for "The Ifth of Oofth" and other apocalyptic short stories
Are the stories included? If not, are they available on the internet?
August 17, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Brandon Juhl  (TpT Seller)
Due to copyright law and the TpT terms of service, I cannot include the stories themselves on TpT. However, you can find most of the stories online (which is where I found most of them), and whichever ones you can't, you can email me at brandon.juhl@gmail.com and I can email you Word document versions of them.
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GINNY P. re: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock Lesson Plan
I bought the lesson plan, but there are no answers...Can you email me the answers?
April 19, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Brandon Juhl  (TpT Seller)
Yes. I will do so. Send me your email by emailing me at brandon.juhl@gmail.com. Put "J. Alfred Prufrock" as the subject line so I know it's not spam. Sorry about that. I will try to update the lesson plan that's posted here on TPT also to include the answers as soon as I can.
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Buyer re: Discussion Questions for Every Chapter of Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card
Hello Brandon,
I was trying to decide which Ender's Game packet to buy, so I downloaded a bunch of previews to review. I decided on yours, but since there was no name or any indication whose store it came from, it was hard to track it down again. You might want to consider putting a link to your store on the preview (and also perhaps copyright information) in case someone loses track of where it came from (like me!). I put this in the questions rather than feedback, so you can delete it. I'll give a great review because your product is awesome. Thanks. I hope this was helpful.
JAT
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Buyer re: Discuss Chapters 3-6 of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and CSI
Hi! Just downloaded this as a student teaching activity. Looks awesome!! I have a question: What do you do with the "Escape" activity? Do you give it to students individually to complete, or is it included in the CSI activity? Any help you could give me is greatly appreciated! Thanks!!
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Brandon Juhl  (TpT Seller)
I divide the class in half, and have one half of them do the CSI activity, deducing what happened based on the evidence and eyewitness testimony, while the other half of the class has to use the list of things they have available to escape and not have their captor pursue them. So one half of the class looks at the perspective of the authorities who assume (based on the crime scene) that Huck was murdered (at first suspecting Pap, then later Jim), while the other half has to think like Huck and figure out a way to escape. A few will even think of faking their own death. Anyway, in either case they are working in groups of three.
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I bought your Huck Finn Quotation Citation lesson plan which I thought was a Word Template but it appears to be a word printout. I'm having trouble figuring out the directions, just not clear to me as is. Perhaps I should have bought the Worksheet version? Could you clarify if the templates are online and/or send me the alternate Worksheet version which I did not purchase. I don't think I'm going to be able to use what I have? PKeefe1845@aol.com
March 28, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
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Brandon Juhl  (TpT Seller)
It's not a lesson plan; it's a series of worksheets where students use the examples given and the directions to figure out how to properly format quotations according to MLA standards. So, a snapshot of the page, then a word processed version of that, and (given the rules, and examples) students are to format quotations according to MLA standards. You have the students download the document (in a computer lab) and word process the quotations and format them correctly, then print them out, show them to you, and you sign off on them if they are correct or tell them what they did wrong and need to fix if they didn't get it right.
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I purchased your Huck Finn lesson for chapters 3 to 6 and it did not include photos so I then purchased the set of photos to go with the crime scene. In reading the lesson plan, it says to divide the students into groups and that each group will have an envelope. But I can't find anything that tells me what goes in the envelopes, how many envelopes, who the envelopes are for (groups or for the sheriff, detective, etc.). It states there are 8 groups 4 of each???? Could you please clarify as I am really excited about doing this in class Wednesday? There are only 5 pictures, is that all of them? PKeefe1845@aol.com
March 28, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
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Brandon Juhl  (TpT Seller)
What goes in the envelope is the five pictures, plus the witness statements and the 'arrest warrant.' I would divide the class into eight groups of four each (assuming class size of 32). Half of those groups get the envelope to solve the crime. The other half get the worksheet with the list of items and the task of figuring out a way to escape and not have their captor follow them.
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Amanda Byrd  (TpT Seller)
Thanks for the response. Will you please email me the photos to byrdette@hotmail.com and byrda@d93.k12.id.us just in case? Thanks so much!
January 31, 2011 Report inappropriate comment

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Amanda Byrd  (TpT Seller) re: Discuss Chapters 3-6 of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and CSI
I thought this included the photos. I downloaded it and there were no photos included!
January 27, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
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Brandon Juhl  (TpT Seller)
Sorry about that; give me your school email and I'll send those to you as an attachment. I've updated the lesson on my site so it now definitely does include the photos; thanks for the heads-up on that.

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have twelve previous years of teaching experience, all of it in the same district. I have taught Freshman English (for those who had failed it before), Sophomore English, Junior American Literature, Humanities Block (team-taught with a Social Studies teacher), Honors American Literature, and Science Fiction.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in doing what works, using personal experience and research to constantly improve, refine, and fine-tune my teaching to maximize student engagement and learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Lambda Theta.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I attended Hamline University in Saint Paul, MN, where I graduated magna cum laude with an English major and Education minor, then got my Master's in Teaching from Seattle University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I live in Washington state.