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A full first semester's worth of Warm Up/Drill/Journal Questions for AP World History. Begins each class with a 10 minute silent writing response. Includes visual prompts, vocabulary squares, reflective responses, and primary sources.
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This is a matching activity that pairs roles and responsibilities within the executive branch and departments in the bureaucracy. This is a worksheet that could be completed as a homework assignment, or in class with a group or partner. This
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This assignment is a matching and cloze activity in which students match roles and titles of leaders in Congress. They also match the fuctions and roles of committees in Congress. This would be a good assignment to use for review or reteach
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Begin class with a warm up journal that gets students to think critically, analyze political cartoons, discuss data, or practice writing an FRQ response.
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Begin each class with a quiet 10 minute written response. Includes visual prompts, maps, vocabulary squares and other stimulus material.
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Is it a criminal case or a civil case? Is it a state or federal case? Is it original or appellate jurisdiction? This activity provides many scenarios that students need to classify. They may work with partners, a group, or on their own for this
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This assignment provides 5 primary sources from the Industrial Revolution, Progressive Era and has the students analyze the sources for bias and point of view. The sources include a political cartoon, photograph, advertisement, editorial and
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This classroom activity offers scenarios of present-day activities and students work in pairs to tie them to the Bill of Rights. A cooperative learning class activity that can also be used as a formative assessment.
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This full lesson for AP US Government or Civics offers students the opportunity to study media bias and influence of special interest groups on lawmaking. Students will investigate media bias concerning fracking and will compare special interest
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This assessment provides students with a one-page reading about Suleyman and the Ottoman Empire followed with five PARCC-like questions for Common Core practice. The questions focus on vocabulary and context understanding. This assessment is
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This activity offers students the opportunity to analyze a selection of political cartoons about interest groups and their influence on Congress. A humorous introduction to this topic that will serve as a hook to keep students interested.
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This is a DBQ that will allow students in World History, AP World History, and European History courses to analyze views towards the Crusades.
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This is a clearly described project that will introduce students taking US Government, AP US Government, or Political Science to the science of poll-taking and poll analysis. The first part of the project will require the students to analyze
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This is a collection of Warm Ups or Journals for AP US Government/Politics, one per day of the second semester. It is in powerpoint format, and includes many political cartoons and opportunities for discussion and analysis.
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Students in AP US Government will need to be familiar with the Supreme Court Cases in which the rights of the states clashed with the power of the federal government. This is a project in which groups are assigned a specific Supreme Court case and
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Students in AP US Government need to be able to analyze Federalist Papers 10 and 51, these reading guides offer questions, a graphic organizer, and a basis for classroom discussion.
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This is the worksheet for a World War I Propaganda Gallery Walk. Use with teacher-made copies of WWI Propaganda posters, or upload my World War I Propaganda Powerpoint and print slides for posters.
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This is a project for which students need to research 16 events of the Mexican Revolution and Mexican-American War and produce a descriptive and illustrated timeline. The assignment includes links for research, clear instructions, and a list of
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This lesson provides a jigsaw of readings about some of the major Interest Groups (the AMA, Sierra Club, AARP, etc.) There are 8 groups total, with a reading for each group plus a graphic organizer for students to analyze the purpose of each
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This powerpoint could be used in a class for US Government or Economics as an introduction to the government's role in the economy. It provides a clear explanation of monetary vs. fiscal policy, and includes plenty of lively graphics, political
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching AP World History and AP US Government for a decade, and have also taught all levels of US History, US Government, and World History, including co-taught. I have written state-level curriculum for World History. I have also taught AP Art History. I have been a College Board AP test reader for several years.

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Student-centered, differentiated instruction. Students learn best when they are participating, actively involved, and interested.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Certification in Social Studies (Secondary) and Art (K-12) Alumni of New York University B.A. in History M.A. in History and M.A. in Education

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