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I want my students held accountable for their contribution in a group without having to go over group roles *every* project. I also found, however, that different projects require different roles. So I made something to solve my problem: Group Role
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Inspired by Donalyn Miller's 40 Book Reading Challenge, this student packet includes all of the student materials you need to implement a 40 book reading challenge in your classroom. The packet can be stapled and distributed or students can cut on
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Teach students how to synthesize college-level publications on literacy, power, and education. This unit includes 18 pages of professionally designed, easy-to-read, common-core aligned content for you and your students. Spend three weeks teaching
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Do your students still get tripped up over the commas and periods in MLA citations? Then skip the handout and teach them the pattern instead. It works! Periods and commas and semicolons all have a purpose in an MLA bibliography. Use this 21-slide
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Give your students ONE place to learn all literary devices, from plot to characterization, from synecdoche to dramatic irony. This handout helps your students sort through all the literary techniques they will encounter in poetry and
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This quick essay assignment requires no pre-teaching! It's perfect as a diagnostic tool at the beginning of the year to see where you students are regarding their writing abilities. Assign in 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade to get kids thinking
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Helping students develop new vocabulary is important... in school. But how can we make the process important in life? The answer is to assign vocabulary that is AUTHENTIC. The only way vocabulary acquisition is authentic is if students pursue it
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Part of having a great day *away* from school means you have left your students and the sub with great plans! This five-page document cuts down on your prep time by including built-in options for you to tell your sub (and students) what technology,
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Do you need to send students out quickly? Give them this! All you need to write is... Student Name Initial Date You don't need a reason when the pass says the student is on a "special assignment." Modify the original with your name and suit to
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Download this weekly planner for easy lesson planning or life planning. - Each day includes two shaded headers - Use the to-do list for your weekend tasks - Remind yourself of your priority using the "don't forget" box - Place the date in the week
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a highly qualified English and social studies teacher for grades five through twelve. For the 2016-17 school year, I have moved from 12th grade down to 6th, and I am thrilled to be in the middle! Previously I taught twelfth grade English at a public STEM school in Washington state while adjuncting with Central Washington University to deliver and develop college-in-the-high-school curriculum for English composition and literature courses. My other experience in full-time, part-time, and practicum employment includes 1) teaching sixth grade social studies and ELA, 2) teaching seventh grade social studies and ELA, 3) teaching 10th grade English, including honors, 4) teaching world mythology, 5) teaching 11th grade English, including honors, 6) teaching 12th grade English, 7) teaching AP literature and composition, 8) teaching first- and second-year college composition courses, 9) teaching college introduction to literature courses, 10) teaching eLearning courses at the university level, (11) coaching speech and debate

MY TEACHING STYLE

I design all my materials to support a student-led classroom. Where I can offer student choice, I do. Where I can provide for student voice, I do. How I assess an effective lesson is threefold: do the students care? do the students learn? and do the students care about what they learn? Typically, these answers necessitate that the materials are rigorous and relevant to their lives. In addition, I have a passion for researching effective assessment because formative assessment impacts student learning more than any other social, environmental, or academic factor in the classroom. All of BeeSchooled materials can be used with any grading system, but I find the most effective system is standards based grading. You can find BeeSchooled materials to set up your own standards based grading system as a class, a department, or a school! All materials are built around the common core.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

1) STEM Lighthouse Conference 2014 Certificate (Delta H.S.) | 2) Delta SuperHero Award, 2015 (Delta H.S.) | 3) Francis B. Huston Medallion Honoree, 2012 (EWU)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Master of Arts in English Literature from Eastern Washington University (2012) where I graduated summa cum laude. I also have a Bachelor of Arts in Education in English from EWU (2012) where I graduated Summa cum laude and with honors ad valorem.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I have professional experience writing and editing: 1) Editorial Assistant for Quaestio Rossica at Ural Federal University in Russia, 2) Technical Writing Intern for Sterling Savings Bank in Spokane, WA, 3) Technical Writing Intern at Premera Blue Cross in Mountlake Terrace, WA, 4) Chief Copy Editor for "The Easterner" at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, WA. Additionally, I have given several scholarly presentations to local and international research groups. Research and Creative Works Symposium at Eastern Washington University (2011 and 2014) and the Interdisciplinary Nineteenth Century Studies Conference in 2014.

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