Janet Perry

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Janet Perry
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Lesson in a box! Everything you need to share a multi-media presentation is included in a compressed file. No links. No searches. No downloading. Unzip and go! This 62-slide multimedia presentation introduces Truman Capote's nonfiction novel
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These lessons would be good to introduce argumentative writing to freshmen after their English I EOC in March or as a review for sophomores at the beginning of the school year. The lessons would also be good in a remediation setting for repeat
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Lesson in a box! Everything you need to share a multi-media presentation is included in a compressed file. No links. No searches. No downloading. Unzip and go! Collaborative, small-group instruction in the upper-level classes using learning
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Six separate presentations (108 slides!) that may be used to introduce and teach the most-tested novel on the AP English Literature Exam. Topics include: = Literary themes and techniques defined through art, e.g., symbolism, surrealism,
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Interactive notebook activity where students cut and match SOAPSTone element descriptions before analyzing the text. The SOAPSTone strategy employs an acronym that helps students analyze a text by identifying the speaker, occasion, audience,
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These are two weeks of mini grammar instruction. Students are given one to two flawed sentences to edit. They not only correct the errors, but also explain their rationale for choosing their response. Therefore, these warm ups serve as
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Handy dandy sample list of 26 different opening lines, hooks, leads, and introductions. When student authors struggle to begin an essay or keep using the same techniques, encourage them to refer to this printable. Related Products Writing
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Lesson in a box! Everything you need to share a multi-media presentation is included in a compressed file. No links. No searches. No downloading. Unzip and go! Before diving into text analysis, show students they already are discerning
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Lesson in a box! Everything you need to share a multi-media presentation is included in a compressed file. No links. No searches. No downloading. Unzip and go! Updated with more media! Use songs, video clips, and poetry to introduce the
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Graphic organizer helps students structure expository essay and encourages providing ample detail to support thesis. Uses ABC thesis method: make an Assertion, Be and insider, and Clear message. Students practice writing clearly and concisely
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Twenty six lines to fully develop an idea. It's not much space, so each word must be carefully chosen. Evidence needs to be on point. Help students organize and develop evidence for their STAAR persuasive essay using acronyms and best practices.
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Students choose revising and editing techniques to use during revision stage of the writing process. Dollar (point) values have been affixed to the strategies for students to choose according to need or ability level. Individual and
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Extensive 30-slide PowerPoint presentation to introduce or re-introduce expository writing with a review of the structure and elements of the essay. Includes sample student notebook and speaker notes. Suitable for fourth, seventh, and ninth
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Eleven STAAR-formatted expository essay prompts designed with the gradual release of responsibility in mind: I do -- We do -- Y'all do -- You do. Plenty of opportunities to model and practice persuasive writing. = use the first prompt to model
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Lesson in a box! Everything you need to share a multi-media presentation is included in a compressed file. No links. No searches. No downloading. Unzip and go! Hook them with a big ta-da presentation! This PowerPoint provides an engaging
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Whether reading the novel, viewing the movie, or both, students may use the graphic organizer to gather evidence to facilitate comprehension. Students: = Take notes in the table about what each courtroom participant says and does. = Use the
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Good teachers know that using mentor texts is an essential best practice in motivating student writers. This internet activity exposes students to a variety of opening lines to classic literature. Providing them with a number of different
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This is a lesson teaching the meaning of empathy and introducing how it is developed as a theme in *To Kill a Mockingbird.* Students will be asked to described various events in the novel and explain the participants' perspectives. They will also
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Four STAAR-formatted expository essay prompts designed with the gradual release of responsibility in mind: I do -- We do -- Y'all do -- You do. = use the first prompt to model writing with a think aloud = use the second prompt to write a class
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Twenty six lines to fully develop an idea. It's not much space, so each word must be carefully chosen. Evidence needs to be on point. Help students organize and develop evidence for their STAAR expository essay using acronyms and best practices.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Proudly serving thousands of students since 1988. I've taught the whole spectrum of secondary English -- from remedial and ESOL to AP and community college.

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Interactive, high-tech, hands-on, project-based

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Texas A&M University, BA Houston Baptist University, MEd University of Texas in San Antonio, MA

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