Louisiana Language Aficionado

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This episode of The Wild Thornberrys can be used as a supplemental activity during Day of the Dead discussion. It covers many of the vocabulary and cultural studies acknowledged in class, and students really like the episode. The episode guide
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

TEACHING: English Language Arts; 6th grade; 2010-2011 | Spanish (Foreign Language); 9th-12th grades; 2012-Present | English; 10th grade; 2015-Present | STUDENT TEACHING: English Language Arts; 7th-10th grades; 2008-2010 (various schools) | COGNITIVE TRAINING: LearningRx; all ages (focused on high school); 2011-2012

MY TEACHING STYLE

Hands-on, Vocal, Experimental, Combination teaching (cross-reference other cultures and subjects), Projects, Traditional and non-traditional testing, Quizzes, Modern, Technological

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Month: November 2013; Teacher of the Month: April 2015

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated West Ouachita High School May 2005. Graduated ULM May 2010 (BA English and Spanish Education). Graduated ULM December 2015 (M.ED. English as a Second Language). Grad School in future at Boise State University--expected to begin Fall 2017 (Ed.D. Educational Technology).

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I believe in education and pursuing it to my fullest capability. For years I've said I will be a doctor of education or anything related to fields in which I find interest--and I will be. It is just taking some time. I believe all students can learn. They just need the appropriate tools to aid them, and the motivated teachers to teach them, and they will be fine. I'm not a typical, by-the-book, text-oriented teacher. I believe that students learn differently (tactile, verbal, audio, visual, etc.) and need to have various methods in which to learn. I'm very hands-on when it comes to activities and projects. I believe the more they practice what they're learning and the more they apply it, the more they will retain.

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