Aaron and Paula Byers

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This extensive unit plan for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is completely designed around the philosophy of developing close reading skills and text based responses which require supporting evidence for nearly every aspect of each
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This extensive unit plan for Othello is completely designed around the philosophy of developing close reading skills and text based responses which require supporting evidence for nearly every aspect of each act and scene of the play. The novel
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This extensive 240 page unit plan for Hamlet is completely designed around the philosophy of developing close reading skills and text based responses which require supporting evidence for nearly every aspect of each scene and act of the play. Our
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This extensive, literary unit plan for A Streetcar Named Desire is designed around the philosophy of developing close reading skills and text based responses which require supporting evidence for nearly every aspect of each scene. The literary unit
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This assessment bundle is originally part of our A Streetcar Named Desire unit. We decided to sell this component separately and it includes the following: Reading comprehension quizzes for each scene strategically grouped together: Scenes
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This test bundle is originally part of our The Great Gatsby unit. We decided to sell this component separately and it includes two tests and an essay component. Unit Tests  Test “A”: 50 multiple choice questions  Test “B”: 50 question
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This extensive, 115 page unit plan for Go Ask Alice is completely designed around the philosophy of developing close reading skills and text based responses which require supporting evidence for nearly every aspect of each diary entry. The novel
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This extensive, literary unit plan for A Raisin in the Sun is designed around the philosophy of developing close reading skills and text based responses which require supporting evidence for nearly every aspect of each scene. The literary unit is
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This extensive 161 page unit plan for Macbeth is completely designed around the philosophy of developing close reading skills and text based responses which require supporting evidence for nearly every aspect of each act and scene of the play.
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This unit contains over 67 pages for nearly 50 daily lesson activities individually reviewing Shakespeare’s entire play. Most assignments follow the individual scenes within in each act. So the class can read one or two scenes and then complete an
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This test bundle is originally part of our Othello unit. We decided to sell this component separately and it includes the following: • Two assessments: • (1) 50 multiple choice questions • (1) Matching, True/False, Identify the Speaker, Identify
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This test bundle is originally part of our Lord of the Flies unit. We decided to sell this component separately and it includes two tests and several essay sections. Unit Tests  Test “A”: 50 question assessment: Matching, Fill-in-the-Blank,
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This extensive unit plan is completely designed around the fundamental Common Core State Standards of close reading skills and text based responses which require supporting evidence for nearly every aspect of each chapter of the novel. A
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This extensive, novel unit plan for Ken Kesey’s novel One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest is completely designed around the philosophy of developing close reading skills and text based responses which require supporting evidence for nearly every aspect
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This extensive 277 page unit plan for King Lear is completely designed around the philosophy of developing close reading skills and text based responses which require supporting evidence for nearly every aspect of each scene and act of the play.
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This 32 page Fill-In-The-Blank bundle is originally part of our Hamlet complete unit. We decided to sell this component separately and it includes five fun fill-in-the-blank activities for Shakespeare’s play. Fill-In-The-Blanks: • All five acts
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This test bundle is originally part of our To Kill a Mockingbird unit. We decided to sell this component separately and it includes one test and two essays for Lee’s novel. Unit Tests  50 question assessment: Matching, Fill-in-the-blank,
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This test bundle is originally part of our A Raisin in the Sun unit. We decided to sell this component separately and it includes the following: • Two assessments: • (1) 40 multiple choice questions • (1) Matching, True/False, Identify the
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These homework assignments are originally part of our full The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time unit. We decided to sell this component separately and it includes the 27 page unit for 15 individual homework assignments for Curious
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These daily quiz questions are originally part of our full To Kill a Mockingbird unit. We decided to sell this component separately and it includes twelve pages of short response questions for all thirty-one chapters of To Kill a Mockingbird. There
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

As husband and wife, we have over twenty-five years teaching experience in high school English. We have each taught the majority of our district’s English curriculum, including electives ranging from Heroes in Literature to Public Speaking. We were selected to create the district’s curriculum for the release of our Advanced Placement Language and Composition course as a new course offering. Traditionally, our primary efforts have centered on the standard 9-12th grade English classes including Regents and Honors level students and cooperative teaching with the special education department in our inclusion program.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Having shared ideas and designed lessons together, we have developed similar teaching styles where in our focus is on student based learning. Each lesson begins with an objective for the day’s learning which informs the class of our expectations for the day’s lesson. Additionally, we implement a “Focus and Review” activity to remind the class of the day’s previous material. With teacher driven direction, we both incorporate a wide range of teaching techniques including daily “focus and review” prompts, “turn and talk” breaks, partner/neighbor work, small cooperative groups, and individual practice. The various cooperative learning techniques practiced in the class room allows for a fresh approach to the day’s material and offers the students an opportunity to engage their peers. With this philosophy in mind, we have crafted lesson plans to be flexible enough to be applied in any of our classes ranging from Regents to Honors level. Since our lessons are text-based driven, where in students are required to return to the literature in order to locate evidence to support their opinions and answers, we have had success using the very same lessons effectively in our Special Education Inclusion classes. Overall, we like to have fun with our students and use humor as an effective way to engage our students on a personal level. Through the teaching of literature, we have been able to connect to our students with in depth discussions using the stories in our classroom to help our students weigh and consider their own lives.

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