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Here, you will find all of the different types of questions found on the Pennsylvania Keystone Literature test. These can easily be adapted "fill-in-the-blank" style to your own personal lesson plans, or whatever you are reading in class! I will
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This is a graphic organizer asking questions to guide students toward understanding symbolism in poetry, novels or short stories.
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This writing guide covers the following topics: How to Answer a Prompt/General Writing Tips Answer-Claim-Evidence Paragraphs Essays Thesis Statements Topic Sentences Introductions/Conclusions Body Paragraph Outline MLA Format Works Cited/In-text
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This notebook provides guided notes for students in any grade! It focuses on plot, setting, character, POV and conflict. It has images and explains how to analyze each element.
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Here, students are asked to paraphrase the balcony scene of "Romeo and Juliet." There are several lines already paraphrased for the students as a scaffold.
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This is a series of poetry and paintings that compares the Harlem Renaissance's themes and those of the Modernist movement. There are various poems and paintings included, and students are asked to glean the themes and structures popularized by
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This is a short, one-page Common Core reading activity with an accompanying writing assignment. It is designed to be used at the beginning of "To Kill a Mockingbird," when we learn how social class affects two boys very differently. Students will
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Students will write 5 diary entries for Boo Radley's most important scenes, inferring from small details what he has seen and what he thinks about the kids. Students will build empathy and read closely.
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To Kill a Mockingbird Unit Plan Themes: Race, Class and Gender in Society Skills: Symbolism, Writing-Intensive (Literary Analysis), Close Reading, Revision Table of Contents: Syllabus/Reading Breakdown Anticipation Guide “Good Morning Maycomb”
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Skills: Close reading, Presentation, Character, cultural critique Themes: Alienation, The American Dream Table of Contents: Anticipation Guide Chapter 1 Graphic Organizer Alienation in your life/Alienation on the ranch Suggested Reading
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This lesson studies inflection of particular words in Act II, scene i of "A Midsummer Night's Dream." During the conflict between Oberon and Titania, how does our understanding of the conflict change if the actors emphasize certain words?
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Students will describe the setting as Katniss sees it, and use her descriptions/observations to make inferences about how she feels about her setting. They will also provide textual evidence to support these inferences. With page number and minute
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream Unit Plan Skills: Paraphrasing, acting, conflict Major themes: Authority creating conflict, conscience Table of Contents: Calendar/suggested reading dates modified Shakespeare Dictionary assignment Lyrics Paraphrase A
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Three poems: "Incident" by Countee Cullen; "Hatred" by Gwendolyn Bennet; and "Harlem/A Dream Deferred" to introduce the Harlem Renaissance. Before the poems, there is a sheet for definitions of poetry terms such as metaphor, simile, personification,
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This is a criminal profile to encourage active learning and groupwork among students! Have students profile the person committing the crime and delve deeply into character motivation. Good for any book!
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Students will read this story and answer questions about plot, point of view, conflict, character and more. This is great for sub work!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching for 7 years in inner-city Philadelphia.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I try to create engaging lessons that involve humor! I don't really believe in the worksheet-with-questions style.

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At previous schools, was English department head.

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Temple University

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