Danielle Pasqualucci

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Danielle Pasqualucci
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"Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of knowledge; it is thinking that makes what we read ours." John Locke
 
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This is a guide for students to use as they read Laurie Halse Anderson's work, "Chains". I use this guide in my 7th grade Social Studies classroom to teach students to make connections (text-to-text, text-to-self, text-to-world) to increase their
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Paired with the text "Night" by Eli Weisel, students learn to identify examples of the key themes of "silence" and "inhumanity" throughout the text. Students then use these examples to write a thematic essay based on the NYS Regents Exam standards.
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Students read "A Lesson Before Dying" and work on objective summary writing skills and identify text based examples of the themes of justice and education throughout the text. This is just the reading packet! Teachers can use the text based
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Students are asked to analyze the cause of a truly remarkable moment in history - when the English and German troops declared a truce for Christmas. Students are hooked into the lesson by looking at the song lyrics to "Snoopy and the Red Baron" a
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This is a focusing graphic organizer for students to help them write their essays. It is used to have them answer the task and construct a thesis statement after analyzing the documents. It is based of the requirements of the NYS Regents Exams.
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The Apostate by Jack London is the story of a young boy, Johnny, who works in a mill. As a social studies teacher, I used this text to breathe life into the industrial revolution and challenge students to break down complex vocabulary by using
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These writing prompts are meant to stimulate discussion and critical analysis of the book "A Lesson Before Dying". I recommend using these for homework assignments, Bellwork, or Exit Tickets after the reading assignment.
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When students are asked to "describe" that assessment verb requires very specific actions. To assist young writers, this rubric is designed after the 6+1 Writing Traits to lead students to successful written descriptions of events, places, or
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Study the American Revolution through the novel, My Brother Sam is Dead. Comes with sample pacing chart, guidelines for which chapters to use for Reader's Theater to enhance literacy, and same outline for when to teach content lessons about the
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Using the film, Amistad, to teach students about slavery in the United States, students practice listening skills and writing skills following the DBQ model. Included in the activity are teacher directions (with alternate reading assignments),
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Use this sheet to track student learning of daily objectives. Students pre-assess and copy down the target/objective. At the end of the lesson have them post assess and then demonstrate understanding. Can be collected daily or weekly. Great for
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Use this template to help you design your own classroom resource guide.
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This Summary Rubric can be used in any subject and for any written summary of an article, short story, chapter, etc. It is based on the 6+1 Writing Traits and establishes a foundation for students to understand what should be included in a written
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Differentiated assessment for the American Revolution. I used this resource with the historical fiction novel, "Chains". You can also use these ideas in addition to giving a standardized exam. I provided students with a multiple-choice exam and the
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A mini-project/classroom activity for students to visually represent the steps leading up to the American Revolution and place the events in chronological order.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a teacher of Writing and SAT Prep with the University of Rochester Upward Bound and a teacher of Middle School in an urban school district.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Balance is key! There are times for teacher directed instruction as well as time for student centered instruction.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Grant from Donorschoose.org for digital cameras and a classroom set of "Chains" by Laurie Anderson

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelors of Arts in History and Political Science from Syracuse University. Masters of Science in Teaching (Middle Childhood and Adolescence Social Studies Education)

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I have a toddler at home and am working on developing an at home early education program for him! Taking the next steps toward learning more about homeschooling.

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