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Gary D. Schmidt's book The Wednesday Wars is one of the most beautiful, eloquently-written stories I have read in a long time. Holling Hoodhood, a 7th grader at Camillo Junior High in 1967, has to deal with a lot in his life: his news obsessed
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Disney's movie "Newsies" is a GREAT tool to teach the Industrial Revolution/Progressive Era to students! It highlights many important issues, like urbanization, yellow journalism, child labor, and price gouging by big businesses. In addition,
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September 11 is a touchy subject to teach to elementary students. I created this PowerPoint to teach the basics to my students (who believe it or not, were not born yet). It includes links to the WTC Memorial Website (a wonderful resource for
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This literacy center is designed so that students work together or independently to read a story, fill in the blanks based on context clues, and identify the meaning of vocabulary words based on context clues. It can be used as an introduction or
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Do your students often copy/paste items into their multimedia presentations or papers, not realizing the problem of plagiarism? I teach 5th graders, and I have had a lot of students simply copy and paste text or pictures into their work, thinking
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Teaching about World War II can be fantastically interesting to students, but they often have a hard time putting all of the main events into perspective. The U.S. was fighting in Europe, the Pacific, and doing things on the "Homefront" to prepare
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This literacy center is designed to help students create their own comic strips based on cause-effect relationships!
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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The different kinds of verbs can often cause confusion for students, especially linking and helping. After realizing my students needed a bit more practice, I made up a 10 statement practice sheet to help them identify action, linking, and helping
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This is a project that students can do as an alternative to a test on the major parts of speech! All kids love filling out "Mad Libs." In this project, students will work alone or with a partner to create a Mad Lib of their own, which you can
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This is a Jeopardy game for middle school students studying World War II. It has questions related to the leaders during the war, causes of the war, bombing of Hiroshima, and other events of the war. It makes a good review before a test!
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This literacy center is designed to help students make connections between sequencing and transitional words. Students will decide appropriate words to use in a story about Joshua and the Walls of Jericho to help the story flow more smoothly.
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Do you hate to teach economics? Do you need a way to engage students in economic concepts that they see as fun? Well, here's the game for you! I have presented this at multiple schools and conferences around the state of SC and have gotten
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As our school transitions into the common core standards, I have started creating assessments that are more like the samples we've seen. This is a 5 question test on Gary Schmidt's The Wednesday Wars. Each question aligns with one of the 5th grade
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Kit Kittredge (HBO Films, 2008) is a great family movie, rated G, that helps to show what life was like during the Great Depression for many typical American families. The movie highlights the story of Kit (played by Abigail Breslin), whose father
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This literacy center is designed to help students identify and review the following text features: heading, diagram, map, caption, table of contents, index, graph, illustration, white space, and appendix. Students look through a variety of reading
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This is a literacy center designed to have students work together to write a "group paragraph!" One student chooses the topic sentence (main idea), and the other students add detail sentences.
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4th, 5th, 6th
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This study is based on the 2008 revision of the South Carolina Standards and includes the following: Stems/Affixes
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Billy Joel's song "We Didn't Start the Fire" is a great song to review the Cold War era. Why not have your students rewrite the song to review all they have learned about US history? This file comes complete with lesson plan, student handout, song
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This literacy center is designed so that students work together to match various images and descriptions based on cause-effect relationships. Then students can play a "memory" type game with the images/descriptions.
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4th, 5th, 6th
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This is a literacy center in which students work together to read an article about Reconstruction, and then they have to find similarities and differences in the North and the South. They fill out these differences on a Venn diagram. They then
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

6th Grade Science/Social Studies 6th Grade Language Arts 7th Grade World Geography 7th Grade World History 5th Grade Language Arts/Social Studies (US History) Gifted and Talented Education College Freshmen

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love teaching through literacy centers and interactive technology! My classroom is fully one-to-one with iPads, and I am enjoying coming up with activities to help them soar!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2008-2009 Teacher of the Year (Crowders Creek Middle School) Multiple Awards for development programs using GPS devices in the classroom

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS in Elementary Education from Winthrop University (1998) MEd. in Middle Level Education from Winthrop University (2003) GT Endorsement from Columbia College (2007)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am a 18+ year veteran of middle level education, and I have spent my summers with middle and high schoolers working at a youth camp called Summersalt! I love writing curriculum and hope to one day publish my own books. I have also been an instructor at Winthrop University and have my own photography business, Kimberly Cauble Photography, which you can visit at http://kimberlycaublephotography.smugmug.com.