Everlasting Minds

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Students will enjoy creating their own cooking show with this project. Teachers can use this project for interdisciplinary activities such as A. Multicultural Day B. Country Research Report (Food and Culture) C. International Cuisine D. Career
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The Story of Ruby Bridges by Robert Coles is a courageous and inspiring account of the action taken by Ruby Bridges to desegregate the New Orleans Public Schools in 1960. The US government issued an order to integrate public schools much to the
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Squanto’s Journey: The Story of the First Thanksgiving, by Joseph Bruchac, describes the encounter between Squanto and the English in 1620. It tells the Native American perspective, which is often time unknown. In 1620, the pilgrims, traveling on
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Baseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki is a realistic fiction story about the experience of Japanese internees. During World War II, the Japanese military bombed Pearl Harbor, a United States Naval base located in Hawaii. The attack led to the United
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Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez, by Kathleen Krull, is the inspiring biography of Cesar Chavez. Chavez was born in Arizona, where his family owned a ranch. When Chavez was ten years old his family was forced to find work in California due
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Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is a fictional story of Ebenezer Scrooge, an elderly man who found no reason to be happy on Christmas. He always displayed a bitter attitude towards his family, coworkers, and acquaintances, and only worried about
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The Lotus Seed is a story about a young immigrant woman from Vietnam who came to America to start a new life. She took a lotus seed to remember her emperor whenever she felt sad or lonely. This presentation is in the form of a Prezi. Prezi is a 3D
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Ruth and the Green Book by Calvin Ramsey is a fictional story about a girl named Ruth who travels with her family from Chicago to Alabama. On their journey, Ruth finds out that travel is much different for “Negro” people than it is for white
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Freedom on the Menu is about the Greensboro Sit Ins that inspired that nation during the Civil Rights Movement. During the period of segregation, Connie watches young men stand up for equal rights at the Woolworths’ lunch counter. She sees that
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When Marian Sang by Pam Munoz Ryan is based on the experiences of Marian Anderson as she performed all around the world and the United States during segregation. In 1939 Anderson was denied performing at the Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C.,
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Freedom Summer by Deborah Wiles, is a moving story about two young boys, one white and one black, who grew up during the time of segregation. In the summer of 1964, the boys find out that the local pool, which only serves whites, must now integrate
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Coyote School News, by Joan Sandin, is about a boy named Monchi Ramirez who lives with his family on a ranch in Arizona. The story is set in 1938 during Theodore Roosevelt’s presidency. Monchi talks about events that occur in his life and on the
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"Hatshepsut Queen Pharaoah" is a nonfiction text and lesson plan about the female Egyptian Pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. She claimed herself to be divinely born and declared herself pharaoh. She ruled for 22 years peacefully. Students will
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Barack Obama: Son of Promise, Child of Hope, written by Nikki Grimes is the story of Barack Obama and his diverse upbringing. The story uses colorful words and vivid descriptions to provide the reader with the inspiring story of Barack’s life.
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Fly High!: The Story of Bessie Coleman, written by Louise Borden and Mary Kay Kroeger, is the story of Bessie Coleman’s journey to become one of the most inspiring pilots of American history. The informational narrative tells the story of how
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Powerpoint lesson that teachers Sensory Details. The powerpoint teaches: - the definition of sensory details - the purpose for learning sensory details - example sentences that include sensory details - practice and independent handouts
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Saturdays and Teacakes by Lester Laminack is a story of a young boy who spends every Saturday with his grandma. First, he takes a fast-paced bike ride to his grandma’s house, and together they make breakfast. Then, he mows the lawn as she picks
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In the mid 1800s, Chinese immigrants fled to America because of the Taiping Rebellion. During this rebellion, the Chinese people led a revolt against the government. At the same time, the United States was looking for a way to connect a railroad
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Rosa by Nikki Giovanni is a beautifully illustrated, well-known story about Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights Movement. This story talks about her skills as a seamstress and her love for her husband. It also, describes her bold actions taken against
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"I Was Dreaming to Come to America" is an informational text including stories orally told by immigrants who came through Ellis Island. These excerpts are mainly from people who have shared their experiences as children coming to America. Through
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Florida A & M University B.S. in Elementary Education Florida International & Mechanical University- M.S. in Reading Education

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to describe my teaching style as hands-on and interactive. I love to encourages students to explore themes and ideas through inquiry.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

White and Gold Honors Society Distinguished Scholars

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I started teaching in Miami, Florida at Arcola Lake Elementary. For three years I enjoyed working with students of various backgrounds. Then I moved to Maryland and began teaching in the District of Columbia at Moten Elementary School. Here I learned the importance of meeting students at their needs and enhancing learning through eclectic strategies and rigorous content. Currently I am teaching at Cora L. Rice Elementary school in Prince George's County, MD.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Growing up as an army brat, I was afforded the opportunity to move around to different places and get to know the differences in people. I appreciate how diverse we are in this country and how similar we are too. It is my purpose to educate children the multiculturalism, multiple intelligences and perseverance.

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