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Your students will have fun working cooperatively to plan and act out these 6 scenarios based on each of the 6 Pillars of Character. They'll enjoy planning and of course acting out the right things to do in each of the situations presented. These
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This is a great first day, first week, end of the year, or any time of the school year activity for students in the fifth grade. Give it for homework or take your class to the technology lab or use classroom computers to research these 10 questions
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This chart will provide your students with a concise tool to organize information about the 5 United States regions. Students must do research to find the states in each region as well as its natural resources, agricultural and manufactured
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Use this handy list of guidelines to have a successful classroom debate. There is a T-Chart describing what a good debate should look like and sound like. There is also a list of possible topics to use at just about any upper elementary level all
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In the novel In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson, the main character (Shirley) moves from China to New York City. She gets confused a lot by the English language. This worksheet on idioms gives students an opportunity to interpret some of
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Make finding perimeter, area, and volume real for your students by having them measure classroom objects, record dimensions on the charts, and then calculate the perimeter, area, and volume of the objects. This activity gives students an
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Have students learn some tricky homographs by completing sentences with homographs. There is a word bank included if you choose to use it as well as an answer key for you. This activity could help with standardized test prep.
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Use this graphic organizer to write in your own human body systems. Students must then research the systems and write each systems' function as well as the organs which are part of the system. See also: HUMAN BODY SYSTEM CHART (Some systems are
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Challenge your students with this activity on the first day of school. It can be used as an eye opener or as a day closer. Students must write words in the chart which begin with the letters in the words FIRST DAY as in the first day of school.
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Use this fable lesson and writing form to inspire students to write their own fables. It's a great beginning of the school year writing assigment because fables are short stories. This lesson gives a definition of fables, examples of fables, as
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Do you want your students to compare/contrast 2 people, things, places, etc.? Use this generic Venn diagram for any purpose. There are borders provided for the title as well as the 2 people, places, or things which are being compared and
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Use newspapers or magazines to find a really interesting picture, paste it on this sheet and then write 4 good sentences using one of each of the four kinds of sentences. HINT: Students should use their age to determine the approximate number of
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Have fun with this template of the famous holiday poem, "Twas the Night Before Christmas". You can fill in the blanks or have your students do so. Watch the creative juices flow as you personalize this poem to suit your students, yourself, or your
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Use this Student Resume Template as part of your career unit or have students apply for classroom jobs by completing this resume format. There are also included 2 reference letter templates if you desire to use that part.
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Use this handy T-chart to have students research and jot down their debate points prior to the actual debate. It can also be used during the debate for note-taking. It includes a place for the topic to be written as well as an extra page for notes
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Students can use this diamante poem form to write a poem about Jackie Robinson after reading the novel In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson. The formula for the poem is written as well as the diamond-shaped template for writing. These poems
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This is a great first day or first week of school activity for students entering the third grade. Give it for homework or take class to the lab to research these questions about thirds (i.e. Who was the third President of the U.S.?) It's a fun way
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This is a great first day or first week of school activity for students entering the fourth grade. Give it for homework or take the class to the technology lab to research these questions about famous fourths. (i.e. What is the fourth planet from
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Students use their health books, science books, or other resources to research information about some very important Human Body Systems. They must give the function of each as well as list organs which included in each system. There is also a
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Teach your students how to be wise consumers by letting them go shopping via supermarket circulars and working with a team to shop for their Thanksgiving dinner. Included in this cooperative learning activity are a list of possible for each team
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught for 38 years at the 3rd, 5th, and 6th grade levels. Fifth grade is my first love. I teach all major subject areas. In addition to my regular classroom duties, I have taught in a Basic Skills summer school program for many years as well as taught workshops to co-workers in whole language and technology. My other duties at school include being "Teacher in Charge" and Student Council advisor.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I try very hard to make learning fun for my students each and every day of the school year. It is my goal to use a variety of techniques to reach every learning style of my students. Motivation is the name of the game for I feel that the more children like school, the more they will learn. I try to be resourceful in utilizing a wide variety of techniques to reach every student. Creating games and using manipulatives are both priorities in my classroom.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was the first teacher chosen at my school for the Governor's Teacher Recognition Award. I am a published poet. I received an A+ for Teachers award and grant. I was selected as a Woman of the Year in my county. I get selected by a former student every year to attend a "Teacher Appreciation Tea". I am also a multiple nominee of "Who's Who Among American Teachers". I am currently in the process of getting a book of poetry published. During the 2009-1010 school year, I was selected as "Teacher of the Year" for my school district. I am especially honored because it is the first year in which our district has participated in this award.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received a B.A. in elementary education as well as an M.A. in the same. I have always tried to take courses to keep me abreast of the latest educational trends. I also have 30 additional credits beyond my Masters degree in various subject areas.

I am the mother of two wonderful adults as well as the grandmother of five equally wonderful grandchildren which include not one, but two sets of twins. I hail from the state of Maryland originally where most of my family still resides. I currently live with my husband in the state of New Jersey where I am an avid poetry writer, shopper, political fanatic, and sports fan.