Leah Cleary

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Teaching the parts of a myth? Want your students to write their own? Don’t have loads of time to spend on it? Then this bundle is for you! Here’s what you get: - A PowerPoint with a mnemonic (editable) - Cloze notes (now editable) - A graphic
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This is perfect for primary source analysis in any unit on Industrialization and Imperialism or for an economics course. Students will read the selections from Karl Marx and Adam Smith, answer the questions, and complete the APPARTS foldable graphic
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Students often have a hard time seeing the relevancy of history. The further back we go, the less relevant it can seem. The Current Event Paragraph encourages students to make connections between the past and the present. At the beginning of a
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This source analysis interactive activity is an interactive Google slides resource to share with your students in Google Classroom, Microsoft One Drive, or you can print them, if you’d like. You will get an explanatory PDF with a link to the
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Help your students understand the impact of social media on the socialization of adolescents with Frontline’s 2014 documentary, Generation Like. The film helps students understand how they both engage in and are the targets of marketing on social
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Sociology students will learn about types of groups, social networks, role vs. status, role strain vs. role conflict, group dynamics, and leadership types and styles with this engaging, editable PowerPoint Presentation complete with film links and
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Students will analyze and reflect upon stereotypes in children's books during a sociology socialization unit. They will begin by watching and responding to a TedTalk that asks them to consider racial and gender stereotyping. Then they will read and
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Sociology students will learn about the characteristics of cults and cult leaders with this engaging gallery walk that can also be posted on a secure classroom platform or presented as a packet. Students will discern the definition of a cult, the
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This editable web activity asks sociology students to consider the implications of race in everyday life. You must have Adobe Flash to complete this activity. Flash works on most devices, but not iPads and iPhones. If you’re using these devices,
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These Ancient Rome Source Analysis Materials are an interactive Google slides resource to share with your students in Google Classroom, One Drive, or you can print it, if you’d like. Students will click directly on links, type their answers, drag
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This World War 1 Poets Flipbook activity is an interactive Google slides resource to share with your students in Google Classroom, One Drive, or you can print it, if you’d like. You will get an explanatory PDF with a link to the document. Have your
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Teach your sociology or ELA students about premodern, modern, and postmodern social thought with this editable interactive gallery walk that can double as a group packet activity or be posted to a secure classroom platform, such as Google
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I have over 15 years of experience teaching middle and high school. I currently teach world history, psychology, and sociology and have taught U.S. history at the high school level. I have taught English/language arts at both the middle and high school levels. In pursuit of my specialist degree, I conducted field research on generative grammar. I have created many units and activities for history, sociology, composition, grammar, and literature that are aligned to the Georgia Performance Standards; however, upon request, I am happy to edit activities to suit individual needs.


I manage a standards-based classroom that is highly structured and routine driven. With that basis, I plan from a "whatever works" strategy that is student-focused, creative, and, above all, engaging. I endeavor to nurture a safe and collaborative atmosphere.


The letters and visits I get from former students. My biggest ever honor is when they come back and say, "I majored in sociology because of your class." Wow.


2005, ED.S. in Educational Leadership, Samford University 2002, M.ED. in English Education, Georgia State University 2000, B.A. in history and English, Georgia State University


My husband and I have been married for 15 years and are both educators. We have subjected our ten-year-old son to endless documentaries and trips to museums and libraries for which, we hope, he will someday be grateful. I read and write fiction whenever I can. Stone Mt photo 32_zps6k10qkpa.jpg Connect with me! My Blog Facebook Pinterest Twitter email: leah@leahcleary.com

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