Charles Memering

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This is a physical map labeling activity for North Africa, Southwest Asia, and Central Asia. Students will locate major bodies of water, mountain ranges, and other physical features of the region.
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This is a 20 page complete unit that teaches the following comma rules: Separate a List/Series, Appositives, Dependent Clauses, Separating Dialogue, Direct Address, and Compound Sentences. It contains reproducible worksheets, quizzes, and answer
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Students are asked to label a variety of physical features on a blank map of Europe. Included: Alpine Mountain System Iberian, Scandinavian, and Balkan Peninsulas Seas and Oceans Rhine and Danube Rivers Northern European Plain and many more
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A fun, humorous worksheet aimed at practicing the proper use of commas. It focuses on compound sentences, dependent clauses, separating a list/series, separating dialogue, and direct address. It contains 20 sentences for your students to add
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Students will label and color major bodies of water, mountain ranges, and other physical features of the African continent.
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This is a half page handout to use for keeping track of daily current events. It works great if you show Channel One or CNN Student News each day in your classroom as a daily warmup. Students list the locations of the day's top stories, mark an X
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This is a two page map labeling activity for Asia. Students are asked to label different bodies of water, rivers, mountains, deserts, and other landforms. They are also asked to define terms like archipelago, rain shadow, and peninsula. It would
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This worksheet is designed to compliment a text book. Students should read about types of government and different economies before using this sheet. It is broken down into three sections. The first section introduces students to the three
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A fun Jeopardy-like review game to play with your class. It contains 45 questions from the following topics: Studying History (archaeologists, etc.), The Stone Age, Adaptations for Survival in the Stone Age, The Neolithic Era, Mesopotamia, Daily
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This worksheet introduces students to dependent clauses. The instructions explain how dependent clauses are added to simple sentences to give them more detail. It also explains how the comma is used to set them apart. Students are then given 20
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This is a blank political map labeling activity for students to complete using an atlas. There is also an attached list of countries with guidelines for which colors to use when labeling/coloring the countries.
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This is a short activity to do with your students to help understand the concept of the Western calendar. It defines and explains B.C. and A.D. and then gives them 7 questions to complete to help master the concept.
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A 13 page engaging, sometimes humorous packet that teaches students about the elements that make up a story. Included: - 4 illustrated handouts that cover the following topics: *Main Components of a Story: Expositon, Complication, Climax,
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This worksheet introduces students to appositives. The directions explain what an appositive is and gives them an example. There are 10 sentences for students to punctuate on their own. Answer key is included. *This is a worksheet that is
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This worksheet introduces students to using commas when someone is directly addressed in a sentence. After explaining the rule with a couple of examples, students are given 10 sentences to punctuate on their own. Answer key is included. *This
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This worksheet introduces students to rules for separating dialogue in a sentence. It shows them how to use a comma, a question mark, and an exclamation point to do so. Students are then given ten sentences to punctuate on their own. Answer key
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This worksheet introduces students to separating a list/series in a sentence. It explains how to do so when they use either three or more items/actions in a series or two or more adjectives. Students are then given 10 sentences to punctuate on
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This worksheet introduces students to what a noun is and discusses the four categories they can be grouped into (person, place, thing, idea). It also explains what a proper noun and compound noun are. Students are given two activities. Activity 1
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Are you annoyed by the constant flipping of water bottles in your classroom? Here is a humorous think sheet to have your student copy as a reminder. It has 3 questions with humorous answers for them to copy. Laughter is the best medicine...and
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This is a great ice breaker activity for the first day of school. It helps students get to know their classmates and feel more at ease.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am currently in my 21st year of teaching in Southgate, Michigan. I taught Language Arts and served as Department Head for 12 years. I am now teaching 7th grade World History/Geography.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I strive to make my classroom a fun place to be. Whenever possible, I try to bring humor into my lessons. I also try to play review games with students before tests and other times during the year to foster mastery learning.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I earned my Bachelor's Degree at Central Michigan University with an English major and History minor. I completed my Master's Degree at Wayne State University.

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I have three kids of my own.

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