Kass' Aunt's Classroom

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This is an editable middle school syllabus with an example to help guide your syllabus writing. It contains 3 different versions for your choice. If you need a header edited, email me and I can even create it more to your
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This goes along with the movie, Akeelah and the Bee. It reviews the scenario of the movie and also has deeper thinking questions for your students.
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This product includes questions that go in the order of the films for A Time for Justice, Mighty, Times, Selma: Bridge to the Ballot, and Disney's Ruby Bridges. Also includes a couple of activities to enhance the viewing. The video is available
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Your students will love this modern day activity for The Outsiders or any novel of your choice. What if Ponyboy, Johnny, Sodapop, Darry, Dally, Steve, Two-Bit or even the Socs were living in a world that had Snapchat and iPhones? What would they
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Make Article of the Week simple for both yourself and your students. Start the school year off right with this template based on Kelly Gallagher's amazing idea. This product comes with several templates depending on your classroom's needs. It
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This product will help your students start their memoir writing. It comes with a poster that defines memoir writing, two graphic organizer/pre-writing worksheets, example of memoir writing, and teacher guided worksheets to help with the process.
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Map Project for Students to use after reading The Watsons Go to Birmingham
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This goes along with the reading from Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the Underground Railroad found in the Holt McDougal Literature book from 2012. You can adjust the page numbers to your book or take them out. I put the page numbers in to help the
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Writing Rubric for a 5 paragraph Arugmentative Essay.
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This is the form for fast and furious debates. I put large posters up around the room and divide the students up. They have 8 mins. to come up with affirmative and negative arguments for their debate. After 8 mins, I call up each side and give
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This will help kids research and see the outline for a debate.
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Students will have so much fun with this activity! While reading Chapter 3, the students will hear that the Socs are fans of The Beatles, while the Greasers are fans of Elvis. Well, this packet helps them understand better who Elvis and The
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This goes nicely with Chapter 6 and 7 of The Outsiders novel. Watch the video that is included and have the students complete the first side of the worksheet on what they think makes a hero. On the second worksheet, the student can work through
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A fun way to talk about Ponyboy's dream when his mom and dad died.
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This is great to use to introduce the time and place of the novel The Outsiders. It is editable to fit your needs.
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The students will brainstorm and create beautiful vision boards without the need to cut up magazines all over the room. Keep it neat and simple!
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Save space when you are rationed with copies at your school! This is editable to fit your needs. Spaces included: word, definition, sentence from novel/reading, word origin, part of speech, syllables, and related words. You can easily change it
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History of Motown, very simple, but effective.
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Includes a colorful poster to display or project on board when reviewing Parts of Speech. 8 worksheets on each of the 8 parts of speech.
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This activity is perfect for 5-8th grade. There are different level articles you can use to fit your students' needs. For the I Have a Dream Speech I would suggest watching flocabulary videos first. This could also be something that is left as sub
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

10 years of teaching in the city of Detroit.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Prepare questions in advance. Great discussions don’t just happen. Ask one question at a time. Be open, curious, and interested in learning what each student thinks. Don’t allow one or two students to dominate the discussion. Solicit everyone’s ideas and opinions. Gently draw out students who seem insecure and reticent to participate. I sometimes start my classes by saying, “I want to give each of you one minute to discuss your views on this topic. Let’s go around the room and hear from everyone.” Get closure by reviewing the key points you want to make. Have students create questions. I like to have my students read a case study and formulate three questions to ask their classmates. We then discuss their answers in class. Utilize clickers. Clickers are an easy way to get students involved during class. Pose a multiple-choice question and their responses are tabulated on the screen. You can then open it up for discussion as students share why they selected a certain answer.

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