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There is no better holiday than Halloween for a sociology class. The costumes alone provide a perfect opportunity to analyze gender socialization, sexism, racism, cultural bias, and social psychology. This activity includes: - A lesson plan - A
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This lesson introduces students to four Native American Empires—Olmec, Mayan, Inca, and Aztec. I’ve included QR Codes and URLs, as well as an answer key. ***This is a part of my time and money-saving Age of Exploration Interactive
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Studying the Byzantine Empire? This engaging primary source activity asks students to compare elements of the Justinian Code to your state’s law code with scenarios. This resource contains QR codes and the URL links. Help your students to compare
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Who were the Mongols? Find out with this webquest, complete with QR Codes, URLS, and a quiz. The best part? It's now editable, so you can customize fory our classroom! The Mongols influenced Russia, India, China, and so much more. They are a vital
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Perfect for MLK Day! These 28 task cards encourage students to trace the Civil Rights Movement from the Jim Crow era through the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Students will read and describe secondary sources and analyze primary sources.
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This web quest centers around the classic anthropological satire “Body Rituals of the Nacirema.” The satire and the film clips and reading in the web quest encourage sociology, anthropology, or cultural studies students to apply cultural relativism
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This webquest uses film clips to show students what trenches were like during World War I. The webquest comes with an answer key, QR Codes, and URLs. ***This is a part of my time and money-saving World War I Interactive Notebook.*** World War I
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Use these handouts with QR Codes to introduce Revolutions in the U.S., Latin America, and Haiti to students. I’ve also included the URLs on the last page and answer keys. ***This is a part of my time and money-saving Enlightenment and Revolution
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This lesson on the Russian Revolution includes a PowerPoint Presentation (with film link), Cloze Notes (with film guide), a Primary Source Webquest that asks students to answer questions and create memes, and Answer Keys. ***This is a part of my
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Help your sociology, anthropology, psychology or ELA students consider the cultural nature of beauty with this engaging web quest. Students will visit websites and respond to prompts that help them understand that beauty is relative and ideals
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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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This package comes with four foldable graphic organizers and a worksheet with QR codes, URLs, and a Venn Diagram to help your students understand nationalism in Southwest Asia (the Middle East) and India between the world wars. These materials are
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This Great Depression Flip Book, geared for a world history survey course, provides students with a glance at the state of the world during the Great Depression. They will consider changes in daily life and government during this tumultuous
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This editable activity teaches sociology students about global stratification and inequality. Students will take notes, engage in a webquest, and practice analyzing data. You Get All These EDITABLE Resources: ☑ PowerPoint Presentation ☑ Cloze
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This editable activity introduces sociology students to a supreme dysfunction of the family—domestic violence. The activity also asks students to consider how to deal with somebody experiencing domestic violence and where to go for help. Concepts
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With this web activity, your sociology students will learn about healthcare from a sociological perspective while considering the guiding question, “Is Healthcare a Right or a Privilege?” Then they will watch a Ted Talk about Precision Public Health
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This WebQuest encourages your students to consider the media from a sociological perspective. Students will also keep a log of their media use for one week. Then they will reflect on that use by reading several articles and considering the
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Help your economics students to understand the components of productivity and the role of the U.S. government in providing public goods and regulating industry with this editable webquest. ★This is a part of a complete unit bundle!★ ♦ Fundamentals
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Introduce three major Muslim Empires--the Ottomans, the Safavids, and the Mughals--with this webquest. Use the short PowerPoint as a visual when reviewing the answers with students. The web quest includes urls and QR Codes along with an answer
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

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.

MY TEACHING STYLE

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.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

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

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

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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