Love of Literacy

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This lesson uses popular children's literature to teach students the difference between third person limited and third person omniscient point of view.
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This lesson uses popular children's literature to assess student's ability to determine the point of view and narrator of a text.
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This file includes various genre library labels including: realistic fiction, historical fiction, mystery, fantasy, informational texts and more!
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This mini lesson will teach students how to infer who is speaking in dialogue when a dialogue tag is not used.
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This lesson shows students how to track and label the speaker in dialogue.
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This lesson gives students a review of point of view. It also includes an excerpt from "Walk Two Moons" and has students determine the point of view as well as the speakers in the dialogue within the text.
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This lesson uses an excerpt from "There's a Boy in the Girl's Bathroom" by Louis Sachar to teach students the difference between a narrator and a speaker of a text.
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This lesson provides students with the elements of realistic fiction and has them practice identifying realistic fiction texts through book summaries of popular novels.
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This lesson uses text excerpts with non-human narrators to teach children to use clues from the text to infer who is the narrator of a story.
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This lesson teaches students to determine who the narrator of a poem is by using details and hints from the poetry text.
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This mini lesson uses excerpts from popular children's literature for students to practice determining the point of view.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am currently a fifth grade ELA and Social Studies teacher at a charter school in Springfield, Massachusetts. Due to the nature of our school, we make all of our own curriculum and I currently design the curriculum for both our reading and writing classes. Last year I also planned social studies content for the fifth grade.

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I have a bachelor's degree in elementary education and psychology from Western New England University in Springfield, Massachusetts. I am currently working towards my masters in curriculum and instruction.

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I have a passion for my students and believe that all children should have access to a great education and amazing teachers.

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