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The purpose of these materials is to allow your students to try the idea of Gerrymandering for themselves! This lesson goes best with my FREE powerpoint detailing the history of gerrymandering and how it has been used to divide and conquer. There
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The purpose of this lesson is to get your students to understand what it is like to try to associate with a different culture given no prior experience. A lesson like this involves a lot of role-playing but also lets students preview and experience
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The purpose of this lesson is to simulate the feelings of immigration and culture during the strongest nativist movements of the pre-Civil War and on. This lesson can be applied to any chapter about immigration, Ellis Island, and/ or urbanization.
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The purpose of this lesson is to show your students what society was like in the Old Antebellum (pre-Civil War) South. Students will first learn and take notes about a social class assigned to them then learn where their class stands in old southern
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The purpose of this lesson is to familiarize your students with the true story of Thanksgiving by separating fact from fiction. Students will also learn some obscure knowledge along the way about the holiday and its history. This lesson works well
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Purpose: The purpose of this lesson is to review the advantages that each side possessed at the start of the Civil War, geographically organize the battle plans of the North and South, and analyze how those plans were applied throughout the war.
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The purpose of this lesson is to have your students know and understand some of the new technology that the North and South possessed going into the Civil War and the technology that emerged because of the Civil War. Students will also know how
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The purpose of this lesson is to get your students to create their own unit of measure and apply it to the Metric System’s pattern of tens. Though using completely made up units, your students will become more familiar with the Metric prefixes,
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The purpose of this lesson is to familiarize your students with the events leading up to the Civil War in a simple and relatable manner but to also shed some misconceptions how/ why the Civil War began as well. There are many ways of using this
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This is a short powerpoint activity comparing the prices of goods in the 1950s to now. Students guess how much goods of the time costed without going over. There are some very interesting contrasts with some goods. Play for fun or for prizes! Enjoy!
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The purpose of this lesson is to see which of your students may have been blacklisted by 1950s standards. In doing so students will learn what reasons big or small that someone would have been accused of being a communist by society. Students will
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The purpose of this powerpoint is not only to familiarize your students with constellations and the myths behind them, but to familiarize students with deep sky objects and other things you can see in the night sky besides stars. This powerpoint
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The purpose of this lesson it to familiarize your students with facts about the planets in our Solar System. Using these materials can be done in a few different ways but generally allow your students to learn about the planets in an exploratory and
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Sometimes the best scientific questions can be solved with a simple question. Why Can't Humans Fly is one of those questions that lets you learn a little about the physics of flight but all compare the anatomy of birds and humans. This is a great
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The title of this lesson is a little goofy and changeable but it gets the attention of your students. This lesson is about explaining almost all of the history of the 20th century and boiling it down to one man's action of eating a sandwich. World
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The purpose of this lesson is to review the parts of Geomorphology. This powerpoint provides a good introduction, note-taking opportunity, simple explanation and/or a way of learning about the Earth itself in a hands-on way. Included is a print out
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The purpose of these materials are to familiarize your students with important figures present during the Revolutionary War. Each person has their own story and set of beliefs that students may not know about and looking at them in the style of a
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The purpose of this lesson is to familiarize your students with the important events in Earth’s history in a simple and relatable manner but to also shed some misconceptions as to timing of events. There are many ways of using this lesson so methods
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The purpose of these materials are to familiarize your students with important figures present during World War Two. Each person has their own story and set of beliefs that students may not know about and looking at them in the style of a profile
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These are great pond creature profiles that will allow your students to learn a lot about biotic factors that determine water quality. They look a little fudged up on the previews but I promise they are well worth their price!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My teaching experience began with teaching martial arts as a high schooler and quickly branched out to student teaching Social Studies/ History in college. After that I got certified to teach Earth and Space Science and decided to pursue an additional degree in spanish with a minor in oceanography. I performed highly scientific fieldwork in Virginia for that my minor and interned at a migrant education (teaching migrant workers from Central and South America) facility so I could complete my spanish degree. After that I worked at three different outdoor/ environmental education schools around the east coast. And to complete repertoire I worked at a summer treatment camp for children with ADHD, autism, and behavioral disorders so that I can have experience working with special needs students.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style is hands-on, guided discovery, enthusiastic, simple, fun, and engaging as possible. I will do anything within my power to get my students interested or curious in the content that I'm teaching. The thinking here is that a student will work to satisfy their curiosity and if I can just get them that far then the rest will be up to them. Of course I also believe that its not so much what the content is to a student but how it is presented that makes a difference and I always try to make my approaches simple, straightforward, fun and interesting whenever possible. In the end it is my goal to get my students to learn at least one thing in my class. Maybe they were expected to learn more but if they can remember that they learned just one important, interesting or fun thing then that means they are learning by some margin and I have done my job. All of my lessons have this mentality behind them.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Dean’s List – 10/12 Semesters Highland Ambassador 2008 – 2012 Phi Alpha Theta (History Honor Society) - 2010 Kappa Delta Pi (Education Honor Society) – 2011 Edinboro Foreign Languages Scholarship (2010/ 2011) Andrew Rusnak Scholarship in History (2011/2012) Kappa Delta Pi Education Scholarship (2011/ 2012) Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees 75th Anniversary Scholarship (2011/ 2012)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

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ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

All throughout my educational life I spend time thinking about how I can tweak or change a lesson so that it can be simpler, more fun, or understandable to my students. I read a lot of books on the subject matter that interests me and some material I hope that will interest my students. I have a unique body of knowledge in my noggin that I hope to share with all hungry souls. I hope some of you can find value in my lessons and materials. Feedback is appreciated!

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