Humanities for Life

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Humanities for Life
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"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." -Benjamin Franklin
 
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Helps students with basic geography of some major countries, oceans and features. I find that if they can get this stuff down it's a great starting point to begin adding more countries and features. There are two separate sets of quiz lists on one
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27 slide "game show". This is my grand attempt to make the Demographic Transition Model fun and applicable to life situations. And it worked! This game presents pictures and gives short scenarios (ex: "Mr. Doug loses his job as a grave digger").
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This 62-slide powerpoint looks at the side effects of deforestation, why and where deforestation happens, different cutting methods and issues surrounding deforestation in developing countries. Includes two case studies: Brazil and Malaysia. Can be
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This is a behemoth! Enough material for two lessons (even three). Presentation covers the difference of weather and climate, the basics principals of weather, how we collect data (instruments used) and takes a deeper look at several different
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What moves us? Pull and push factors. Explains and gives examples for economic, voluntary and forced migration. Includes images for a case study on Mexico to California immigration issues and HW assignment suggestion.
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A 30-slide presentation with lots of visuals and interactive opportunities. The presentation covers population density and distribution and looks at issues associated with these population trends.
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40-slide interactive presentation looking at the pull and push factors in rural-to-urban migration. Has images for three case studies: Kolkata, India, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Includes student discussion questions. Looks at self-help
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84-slide PowerPoint presentation examining the population explosion with powerful images and information about the role of developing countries. Helps students understand how to read a population pyramid and brings the demographic transition model
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This 49-slide presentation is an overview of renewable and non-renewable energy resources. It covers coal, oil and natural gas, nuclear, wind and solar power, geothermal and hydro-electric-power as well as the possible future of energy with lots of
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Students are given a series of 23 maps, models, pictures, diagrams. For each slide they have to write which type of plate boundary it is: CONSTRUCTIVE – When two plates move away from each other. DESTRUCTIVE – When an oceanic plate crashes into a
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This 28-slide presentation explains plate tectonic theory with plenty of models, diagrams and photos. It covers the main types of plate boundaries, land formations that occur around plate margins, four vocabulary slides and a self-quiz at the end.
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This presentation gives the basics of global warming and its effects on the natural environment. Includes models of the greenhouse effect, maps, graphs and photos showing how pollution affects the human population. It also takes a look at acid rain
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Worksheet and quiz on basic rock classifications and weathering processes. To be used with my PowerPoint presentation "Rocks and Weathering"
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Reading topographic (survey) maps can be confusing and challenging. This presentation takes it step by step - explaining contour lines, intervals and benchmarks, as well as helping students recognize important geographic features. It has lots of
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If volcanos are so dangerous, then why do people live near them? This 44-slide presentation explores how volcanos are harmful to people, but also how they benefit them. This presentation has lots of great photos and discussion points. Included are
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This 63-slide powerpoint illustrates the formation and qualities of the three main rock classifications: igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic. It also explains and illustrates weathering processes: physical (freeze-thaw and exfoliation), biological
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This presentation teaches what is an ecosystem. It defines ecosystem, illustrates the non-living and living environment and includes models on nutrient recycling and the food chain. It also takes a look at various ecosystems (forests, deserts) and
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A great quiz to give at the beginning and end of the year as a baseline/benchmark exam. Tests student knowledge on cardinal directions, continents, lines of longitude and latitude, oceans, population, natural disasters and earth processes.
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A study guide looking at population trends and migration patterns. Can be used in general, or with chapters 1 (population) and chapters 2 (migration) or Cambridge IGCSE Geography textbook "The New Wider World".
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A visual aid for discussing clouds. Cumulonimbus, cirrus, stratus, and cumulus clouds.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

International Teaching, all grades. Subjects focusing on geography, history, literature, and English.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Interactive, participatory, energetic and enthusiastic!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Key Honors Society, Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarship.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA (history and film), MA (journalism), teaching certification, MS (Educational and Interdisciplinary Studies).

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Currently teaching in Doha, Qatar,

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