Christina Davis
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Christina Davis
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Students identify the author's viewpoint on school uniforms after reading a passage and completing a graphic organizer.
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2nd, 3rd, 4th
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This PowerPoint introduces the terms "faces", "edges", and "vertices" to students. Students should have manipulatives in hand during this PowerPoint so they can count the number of faces, edges, and vertices for each shape. There is a worksheet in
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I use this article with my third-graders before reading the story "Dogzilla". We learn factual information about volcanoes, report back to our classmates, and make a model volcano.
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Students use a bar graph to represent the colors in "Fun Sized" bags of Skittles candy. This activity includes prediction and analyzing of the data. This is a great activity to do around Halloween or Valentines Day!
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2nd, 3rd, 4th
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Students can use this graphic organizer to identify the author's viewpoint and support it using text examples and what they already know.
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For our third-grade book reports, I like to give my students the choice of book to read and project to complete. I send this home at the beginning of the year for parents to understand the book report assignment in our classroom.
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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This worksheet introduces the terms "faces", "edges", and "vertices" to students. Students should have manipulatives in hand during this activity so they can count the number of faces, edges, and vertices for each shape. There is a PowerPoint that
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This graphic organizer will assist students in determining the mood of a passage and providing support for their answer.
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This game introduces the concept of "fair" and "unfair" to students. Students will play a game with a spinner (not included) to investigate why something is labeled "fair" and why this game is "unfair".
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2nd, 3rd
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This is a pre-test I use to assess my students' knowledge of algebra, addition, subtraction, and general number sense. You could also use this as an end of the unit assessment!
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This graphic organizer helps students label two characters' relationship by analyzing the supporting words, thoughts, and actions of each character.
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This was a form I created to help log response to interventions in place for a student with behavioral issues.
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This is a pre-test I use with my third graders to assess their knowledge of place value, money, and number patterns. You could also use this for a unit test.
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This worksheet can be used for students beginning to compare fractions with the same denominator. Students need to prove their answer by representing each fraction being compared on a number line.
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This graphic organizer helps students analyze a character by looking at supporting words, thoughts, and actions of the character.
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The WIO (Observe, Wonder, Infer) strategy scaffolds the process of making inferences based on questions students may have and the observations they make. This chart was based on ideas from the book "Reading Power".
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This is a center activity I used to help my students distinguish between addition and subtraction key words. Geometry words are thrown in to make it a challenge.
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2nd, 3rd, 4th
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I have found that providing students with a choice of graphic organizer to use for writing or organizing their thoughts has been more helpful to them than me choosing for them. In my classroom, I have a binder filled with all of the graphic
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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Students match the vocabulary words to the definitions using the "Get Set to Read" section in their Houghton Mifflin reading anthology. (I suggest pre-cutting the words and definitions and placing them in a baggie.)
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3rd
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Students use the "Get Set to Read" section to help define vocabulary words in the story "Trapped by the Ice".
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am beginning my third year as a third-grade inclusion teacher. I have worked with students with learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism, and Emotional Disorders. I have also worked with typically developing third-graders. Before teaching third-grade, I was a long-term substitute in a kindergarten classroom.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I fully believe in the whole-to-part method for teaching reading and math. I strive to make my lessons engaging and hands-on.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Towson University

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education from Towson University (Class of 2009) Master's Degree in School Administration and Supervision from John's Hopkins University (Class of 2014)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I'm a newlywed, dog-mommy, and teacher! In my "free" time, I love spending time with my family, dancing (ballet, tap, and jazz), and organizing our home.