Literary Wanderings

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Literary Wanderings
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This Exit Ticket is designed to be used with Alaska Dog Sled Race Library Research Skills Mini-Unit. However, since the writing prompt is not written on the Exit Ticket, you may use it however it best fits your classroom needs. Feel free to create
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English Language Arts, Instructional Technology, Library Skills
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Types:
Assessment, Graphic Organizers, Cultural Activities
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The Louisiana Social Studies curriculum for grades 3 through 8 is structured around seven key themes. I have created a poster for each key theme so you can hang these in your classroom to serve as reference throughout the year. These Key Theme
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Social Studies - History, Ancient History, U.S. History
Grades:
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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DBQs, Cooperative Learning, Posters
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a 6-12 ELA and Social Studies teacher, Library Media Specialist, and Literacy Coach at a National Blue Ribbon School for the past 10 years, hold an M.A. in English, am a Writing Project Teacher Consultant, College Instructor, Grant Writer/Administrator, TpT Teacher Author, Blog Writer @ LiteraryWanderings.com, and a self-proclaimed Author Stalker and Travel Junkie.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am passionate about getting to know my students and helping them grow each year as readers, writers, and life-long learners. I like to offer as many hands-on, student-centered projects and learning activities as possible, and I hope that I can empower, inspire, and encourage them to continue to seek, to learn, to be thinkers, problem solvers, and accomplished writers in real world applications.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Iditarod Teacher Travel Grant, Anchorage, AK - 2016 Louisiana Teacher Leader Summit, New Orleans, LA - 2014, 2015 National Writing Project Urban Sites Network Conference, Birmingham, AL, Vision & Voice Panel - 2013 Writing Project Teacher Consultant - Since 2011 Grant Recipient: “Innovative Ways to Publish Student Writing." 2010 Grant Recipient: “Cane River Creole Culture Writing Across the Curriculum.” 2010 Grant Recipient: “Honor and Duty on the Red River: The Civil War at Alexandria.” 2005 Grant Recipient: “Alexandria Bicentiennial Play: Village on the Red.” 2005

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

M.A. English, Concentration: Folklife and Southern Culture, Northwestern State University, 2007; B.A. General Studies, Minor in English, Northwestern State University, 2001; Alternative Teacher Certification: English 6-12, Northwestern State University, 2010; Library Media Specialist, Northwestern State University, 2010

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am a mother of a smart, handsome, football-playing, bull-riding young man and an exuberant Great Pyrenees, fiancee to an amazing man who understands my passion for teaching and spoils me with world travel, a lover of inspiring literature, a seeker of fresh, local foods, a yogini, an introvert, a historic preservationist, and a firm believer in quality time with friends and family.

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