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This worksheet primarily focuses on latitude and longitude, and has four parts: -Identify whether a line is latitude or longitude (example: 80W is longitude) -Identify whether a term is a city, country or continent; put a star next to cities
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Tired of your students randomly placing hyphens in words when they reach the end of a line? Then this worksheet is for you. This is a two-part worksheet. In part one, students identify and correct incorrectly hyphenated words in an essay. In the
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Designed for any class in which students learn about other cultures, the "Guide to the World's Religions" project allows students to thoroughly and objectively explore religion, a very important aspect of culture. Purchase includes directions and
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In working with geography, my seventh graders frequently supply cities when asked for countries, countries when asked for continents, etc. This worksheet is designed to address this problem. Students describe the location of several places and
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Students work with latitude and longitude by finding several cities around the world and identifying their coordinates, countries and continents. Each student then records the information in such a way that it creates a "puzzle" for another student
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This form is designed to keep track of student preparation for quizzes and tests, in order to help student, teacher, and parent analyze the effectiveness of the student's study skills and habits. On this form, students must record the times they
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(Please note: this slideshow is now largely outdated--the WASL has been changed to the MSP, for example, and the links below no longer work. I'm leaving it up, though, in case teachers who have similar standardized tests to prepare for can find it
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my eighth year of teaching, and I currently teach 7th grade humanities in Washington state. Curriculum design is one of my favorite parts of the job. Six years ago I redesigned our seventh grade humanities curriculum to change it from a chronological approach to a thematic approach, and I've been obsessively refining it ever since. I also started teaching some online high school courses last year, which has been a great experience for me!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Pedagogically speaking, I think I mix the innovative with the traditional. I use many creative ideas and approaches, but I also see the value in the occasional worksheet, or in having students memorize countries and capitals. As far as classroom management, well, I've heard kids say that I'm strict and mean, and I've heard kids say that I'm the nicest teacher ever, so I don't know what to tell you!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

One of my favorite parts of teaching is looking over my group of kids and seeing them completely engaged in their work. Not because they want an 'A,' not because they'll get in trouble if they don't work, but because they're truly interested in what they're doing.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a B.A. in Political Science (Social Studies Education minor) from Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington and an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction (emphasis on Creative Arts in Learning) from Lesley University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I would LOVE any and all feedback from teachers who choose to use my products in their classrooms--even feedback on seemingly trivial aspects (for example, how much class time did it actually take vs. how much time I said it would take) would be very, very welcome. I'm kind of a perfectionist!