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This Document Based Question (DBQ) was created for 10th Grade World History. It could also be used as a review for the New York State Global History and Geography Regents exam. The topic looks at whether Napoleon was a Son of or a Tyrant to the
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) was created for 9th Grade World History. It could also be used as a review for the New York State Global History and Geography Regents exam. The topic is Alexander the Great and the spread of Hellenistic culture
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) was created for 10th Grade World History. It could also be used as a review for the New York State Global History and Geography Regents exam. The topic looks at ancient China in the “Golden Age” of the Tang and
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) can be used in many ways from standardized test prep and review to a substitute teacher lesson. The topic looks at militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism as causes for starting World War One. It
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This document-based question (DBQ) topic is the Roman Empire -- specifically the long period of peace from 27 BC to 180 AD called the Pax Romana. The document has 9 pages total and includes 7 primary or secondary source documents including a map and
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) was created for 9th Grade World History. It could also be used as a review for the New York State Global History and Geography Regents exam. The topic is the spread of Christianity in Ancient Rome. It follows the
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) was created for 10th Grade World History. It could also be used as a review for the New York State Global History and Geography Regents exam. The topic is about slavery in America and the triangular trade route
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) was created for 10th Grade World History and may also be used in a U.S. History class. It could also be used as a review for the New York State Global History and Geography Regents and U.S. History and Government
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) was created for 9th Grade World History. It could also be used as a review for the New York State Global History and Geography Regents exam. The Document-based Question focuses on the spread of Confucianism within
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) looks at manorialism (the economic system during the Middle Ages) and feudalism (Medieval Europe’s political system). The DBQ packet has 8 pages total, 6 pages are questions stemming from 6 primary or secondary
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This crossword puzzle is a great handout to assess students learning about religion in ancient India. Including questions about castes and differences between Buddhism and Hinduism, this 23-question assessment is an excellent way to review or test
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) was created for 10th Grade World History. It could also be used as a review for the New York State Global History and Geography Regents exam. The topic is about the Black Plague and how it resulted in increasing
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) covers the Shang Dynasty in Ancient China and looks at how civilization developed through geography, Oracle Bones, and Guangs. The DBQ packet has 4 pages total including four primary or secondary source documents
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) can be used in many ways from test review to a substitute teacher lesson. The topic looks at the legacy of Ancient Egypt through trade routes, natural resources, geography, art, technology, religion, labor,
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This bundle includes a complete lesson plan, a DBQ, and PowerPoint that work together to build a powerful World History lesson on early Christianity in Ancient Rome. This bundle includes: - Document Based Question Ancient Rome &
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This crossword puzzle covers 19th Century Imperialism of Asia and Africa as either test prep or as assessment. This 26-question assessment tests students’ knowledge on colonialism, technology, white man’s burden, the Boer War and more. Buy the pack
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This complete unit includes a lesson plan, a script, glossary, and visual evidence. This mock trial can be used in a class that does not have any background in legal procedures. Feedback on the mock trial posted on the bundle: "I loved getting the
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) follows the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and can be used in a variety of ways from an assignment, test prep, substitute lesson plan, and assessment. I use this as a review for the New York State Global
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) looks at the Scientific Revolution and the changes it made on Western views on nature. The DBQ packet has 10 pages total, 6 pages are questions stemming from 8 primary or secondary source documents with works
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This Document Based Question (DBQ) looks at the Catholic Church in Medieval Europe and the influence it had on all levels of society and government. The DBQ packet has 5 pages total, 3 pages are questions stemming from 5 primary or secondary
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching at the High School level in New York City since 2001. As a Social Studies teacher, I have taught the Global History and Geography, U.S. History, Constitutional Law, Economics, and World History through Literature curricula. The majority of my students passed the Global History and Geography and U.S. History Regents exams here in New York, and the majority of those students have achieved Mastery on the Regents exam in Global as well.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style is quite labor- and technology-intensive. From the moment I begin the class, we operate with a variety of techniques. I use a laptop and PowerPoint through much of the lessons to deliver a combination of text, imagery, and maps. In general, the class 'Do Now' usually asks the students to analyze some form of a document on the screen and to write down the analysis as part of their notes. Following this analysis, which I try to keep to no more than 5 - 7 minutes, I do a short lecture to explain the details behind the lesson. A corresponding PowerPoint will give a condensed outline of the discussion, to enhance my students comprehension. Following the explanation of the lesson, we will go into an application of the lesson, which tends to be in the form of a Document-Based Question, a more creative reading (involving a sort of dialogue), video clips which I use from YouTube, or other means of application. Following these applications, we have a summary to the lesson. We will evaluate our applications, use those evaluations to answer the Aim, and, if time remains, pose further questions on the particular topic or complete our applications if necessary.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

My first and foremost honor and award is having the opportunity to work with some of the most hardworking and creative young adults of New York City. On a more tangible note, I have been fortunate to have several pieces of work posted on the Korea Society website. These came after I was selected for the Fellowship in Korean Studies by that same organization in 2009. In addition, I also participated in the 2002 China and Japan Projects offered by the American Forum for Global Education.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

From 1985 to 1988, I attended St. Angela Academy in Aiken, South Carolina. From 1988 to 1993, I attended the University of South Carolina, pursuing my undergraduate in International Studies and a teaching certification in Secondary Education - Social Studies. From 2002 to 2008, I pursued my Master of Arts in History at City University of New York, Hunter College. My M.A. thesis was a focus on the evolution of truth commissions in Sub-Saharan Africa from 1974 to 2004.

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I am married, have two beautiful daughters, and the most mellow dog. Life's been good to me!

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