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This unit takes students through 5 projects including: a video on media messages in today's world with guided questions, a media scavenger hunt, an informational article with charts on media usage with guided questions, an article on gender and
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This webquest covers all necessary information that students must know before reading Arthur Miller's The Crucible including: McCarthyism, The Salem Witch Trials, and character background. The links and assignments are all listed conveniently for
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This is an activity to complete at the end of a novel. This is for the memoir The Glass Castle, but it could be adapted for any work. A SCAMPER activity lets the students think about a work critically and creatively from different angles. They
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This easy to use lesson plan template makes planning easy. Each part of your lesson is outlined with ideas for activating strategies, summarizers, differentiation, and more included. All parts of the lesson plan are aligned to TKES standards and
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The assignment is broken into 4 ability levels based on Bloom's Taxonomy. Each Act of Romeo and Juliet has a coordinating summative assessment for students working at each level. It takes the guess work out of built in differentiation for your
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This activity for Romeo and Juliet consists of 3 stations, each devoted to an assignment that focuses on Symbolism in the play, Motifs in the play, and Themes in the play. Students can rotate through in groups, or complete them individually. At
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This Romeo and Juliet Assignment focuses on Friar Laurence's Monologue and Juliet's Soliloquy in Act 4. The activity is divided into 3 levels of difficulty all exploring the effectiveness of the speeches as well as why they were used by Shakespeare
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This activity gives 4 levels for you to group students based on Bloom's Taxonomy. Each level contains 3 activities that show understanding of a text. You can use them as formative assessments throughout a novel or as a summative assessment at the
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In groups students analyze dilemmas that the characters face by wearing "different hats" and looking at the situation from different angles. Based on this, students will come together to answer discussion questions on the topic. There is enough to
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Students will create an advertising campaign that uses persuasive techniques and their knowledge of logical fallacies to facilitate the content. This assignment also incorporates technology.
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This activity allows students who have read an autobiography or biography either in class or individually to select an assignment that interests them and still shows that they understand what they read.
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Students must make Tic Tac Toe on the board while choosing activities that explore the themes, characters, and conflicts of the novel Fahrenheit 451.
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Students are given a list of symbols from the novel, asked to identify their meaning and importance, and then must decide why the author would include it in the novel and how it may have influenced or changed Melinda throughout the course of the
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This culminating project for the novel Speak uses vocabulary, current events, and literary terms to help students relate the novel and critically analyze it. The assignment also includes 2 levels for each task so that you can differentiate easily
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Students use brainstorming techniques, and simile creation to design an advertisement for their library that sends a positive message about the importance of having access to books.
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Guidelines and rubric for students to create a creative song, poem, or rap that effectively analyze a text that they have read.
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Each student picks 1 appetizer, 1 main dish, and 1 dessert from this menu. Each of the activities is a vocabulary task that helps them familiarize themselves with the words, use them in context, and apply them to real world situations. Activities
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This link provides you with all of the necessary tools to teach an entire unit on Persuasion and Logical Fallacies. It includes activators, graphic organizers, advertisements, culminating project, and a pre/post test.
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This is an anchor activity that can be worked on before, during and after reading Romeo and Juliet. It focuses on Shakespeare Studies, Quotes and Symbols from the play, Compare and Contrasting things from the play, and Universal Theme. The choice
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This is a tiered assignment aimed at getting students to understand how a theme develops over the course of a play. Students should be grouped into 3 ability level groups and assigned one of the tasks. A rubric and standards addressed is also
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have spent 10 years as a High School English Teacher in grades 9-12. My lessons focus on ability grouping, differentiation, and Student Focused work.

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Collaborative Groups, Technology Based, Student Focused, Differentiated

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Graduated from Reinhardt University in 2002

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