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This is a simple foldable for students to put in their reading journals about genres. It has 12 flaps that you can put descriptions underneath. The genres included are: realistic fiction, historical fiction, fantasy, science fiction, poetry,
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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This lesson plan includes a dynamic lesson for how to have a class simulation of the sailing of the Susan Constant, Discovery, and Godspeed. Your students will love seeing how big the ships really were that started the first permanent English
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This is a fun lesson plan based off of the popular "King's M&M's" lesson. I have just spiced it up a little. It is a simulation in which students act like the King and Parliament. They get to "tax" other students by taking their Reese's Pieces
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This lapbook is a wonderful reference tool for all sorts of figurative and poetic language. It incorporates: Idioms Metaphors Similes Hyperboles Personification Symbolism Imagery Rhythm Thyme Alliteration Onomatopoeia Diamante Poems Cinquain
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A lapbook is a way for students to display a large amount of information learned in one place. I have provided the directions for one that covers Jamestown, Plimoth Plantation, 13 colonies, colonial life, important people, and the American
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A lap book is a way for students to display a large amount of information learned in one place. You can make it out of a file folder. I have provided the directions for one that covers George Washington’s life and all of his accomplishments. The
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This is a primary source of the week station. This can be used at a content-area station. It encourages students to look closely at items and decide what the item is, who would have used it, and why. Some example primary source items could be:
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This lesson plan has the directions for how to create a biography bottle person. Students conduct research and then present their person in the form of a biography bottle. They use a 2-liter bottle to recreate their person of the past they have
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This file includes 9 editable stations signs that can be used for Meet Your Teacher Night, Centers, or any event in which you need numbered station signs. Each slide has a border and number with an editable text box.
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This lesson plan adds a fun twist to your Jamestown lesson. Students use the comparison of the television show "Fear Factor" to life in Jamestown. They begin the lesson analyzing primary sources (images included) then study an excerpt from John
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This produce includes two different Frayer Vocabulary Models that coordinate with the book "Word Nerds." It is great for gluing into interactive notebooks. It fits 4 on a page for easy printing. The models include a place for word, definition,
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This spelling menu is a chart of a variety of different options for practicing spelling or vocabulary words. Students can use this as a homework assignment, daily practice, or even at a center or station. You can assign a few or just let them pick
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This is a simple foldable perfect for journals or notebooks. It has a place for simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, and idiom. It covers the Common Core State Standards for 4th and 5th grade on figurative language. It is a great reference
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This is an EDITABLE assignment check in sheet. It is designed for you to put in all of your students names for them check off when they turn an assignment in. It has 2 per page so you can make copies and not waste paper. You can laminate it to use
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught 5th grade for 7 years. I am a master teacher for Colonial Williamsburg. I have attended George Washington Teacher Institute, Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute, and a Gilder Lehrman summer institute on John and Abigail Adams. I have also written curriculum for Colonial Williamsburg.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love to make whatever I am teaching fun and interactive. I like to have a way to hook my students into the lesson. I know that if I am excited to teach it, they will be excited to learn it.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year for my school 2010; Colonial Williamsburg Master Teacher; Colonial Williamsburg Peer Facilitator; Oklahoma History Teacher of the Year 2015

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Attended college for my undergrad at the University of Oklahoma! Boomer Sooner!

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