Cellophane Rapper

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United States - Louisiana - Shreveport
Cellophane Rapper
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"History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme." --Mark Twain
 
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By Cellophane Rapper
This is an 85-page illustrated book of rap poems about each of the US Presidents, from Washington to Obama. Following the raps is a list of "twenty ways" to use the book, a lesson plan guide for teachers. The raps are very informative about the
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Civics, U.S. History, Presidents' Day
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Other, Fun Stuff, Songs
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By Cellophane Rapper
A rap poem about Abraham Lincoln, America's greatest president. It can be memorized and presented by a student, preferably in costume and accompanied by a rap beat, during a history class, presidents' day assembly, or other suitable occasion.
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Civics, Government, U.S. History
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Fun Stuff, Songs
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

42 Years in public education in Louisiana, grades 7-12, middle and high school, English and Social Studies (12 different subjects)

MY TEACHING STYLE

Lecture, discussion, student projects and presentations, role-playing, historical video, AP practice tests, quiz bowl and jeopardy-style review games

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Marcus B. Christian Award, UNO Distinguished Teaching Award, Northwest LA University Master Teacher, Summer Teaching Institutes, LSU-Shreveport Reader, Advanced Placement History Exam

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.A. Baylor, M.A. University of New Orleans, 30 hours Vanderbilt Divinity School

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I was born at a very early age. My brother was an only child. I gave up communism because there is no money in it. I love museums. My students often told me, "You belong in a museum." I call myself the Cellophane Rapper because my talent is extremely thin, my images are colorless, my motives are transparent, and my career is invisible. After hearing my raps, the most common student comment was, "Don't quit your day job."

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