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"The calling of the humanities is to make us truly human in the best sense of the word." J. Irwin Miller
 
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This activity can be used for any history or literature class covering the Holocaust in World War II. Personally, I have used it for U.S. History (11th) grade classroom. The older students are able to process the images at a deeper level and do a
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2 page handout that presents four different approaches towards Reconstruction after the Civil War.
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This graphic organizer gives an overview of why industrial workers in the United States began to unionize and compares two unions--the American Federation of Labor and the Industrial Workers of the World. Great activity as a review of content, an
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This graphic organizer can be used to assess understanding of the significance of the Yalta and Potsdam conferences during the early years of the Cold War. Any U.S. History textbook that covers the Cold War will most likely include content on these
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In this performance assessment, students think as a cartoonist trying to tell the history of Ancient Rome through creating a comic strip. I have used this for 7th Grade World History but it can also be used for high school students in a World
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This activity can be used for high school U.S. History during a World War II unit. I have used it for 11th grade and the activity lends itself to connecting current events to the historical period. After reading and annotating the speech, students
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Many teachers have limited class time and a timeline “project” may not be feasible. This activity provides students with a chart to easily research dates. Then, students can organize the dates into chronological order and use another sheet of paper
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This graphic organizer helps students in U.S. History categorize events from the civil rights movement into two tracks: "top-down" which refers to legal/legislative action and "bottom-up" which refers to grassroots/localized efforts. I hope this
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Movie Viewing Guide for "Waiting for Superman" as part of an education unit in a High School Sociology Course. Using the 2010 documentary, "Waiting for Superman", teachers can have students fill out this viewing guide to take notes on the film.
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Timeline Activity for a United States History Imperialism and Progressivism Unit. Teachers can use this timeline activity to have students make a timeline of major events in U.S. History within the context of imperialism and progressivism. Students
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I currently teach U.S. History (11th grade), Psychology and Sociology. I have previously taught World History (7th Grade), World Geography (9th Grade), Mississippi Studies (9th Grade), AP U.S. History and a Humanities elective course.

MY TEACHING STYLE

While I agree that technology has an important place in the classroom, I have previously taught in under-resourced schools that have very limited access to the latest technology and do not have the capability to have a 1-1 ratio for students to computers. Therefore, I have tried to find alternative ways to create lessons that appeal to the newest generation of learners that do not solely rely on individual computer access. I hope to help other teachers who find themselves in a similar situation regarding technology.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received a Bachelor of Arts in History and Religion from the University of Georgia in 2008. I also received my Master of Arts in Teaching, Secondary Education from Spring Hill College in 2011.

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