McGuff'n'Stuff

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Students choose from different articles about the effects of stereotypes on teens. URL's included. Then, students respond to the article they chose, including identifying main ideas, identifying and supporting the tone of the article, and
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Students are instructed to use a picture (32 varying pictures provided) to review three main parts of speech: noun, adjective, and verb. They must list at least 3 of each type of these parts of speech based on the picture (imagination is
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This assessment is over the first 11 chapters of To Kill a Mockingbird. It contains 14 multiple choice questions and 3 short answer questions. It is currently formatted to include a GradeCam form for students to place their answers if you have this
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I designed this project to combine student choice and research elements. In this project, students choose a teen issue they feel is important to research. Then, they choose a young adult novel that features that teen issue to argue if the book
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This package is great for reviewing the rules and then practicing those rules for punctuation. Semi-colons and colons are some of the most confused pieces of punctuation, while commas get tossed in willy-nilly or not at all. The rules are
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This helps students to analyze 4 important quotes in Chapter 7 of The Great Gatsby. The following questions are applied to the quotes: A. Who is this quote talking about? B. What does this quote tell us about this character’s traits? C. Is this
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Basic information on Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. Opens with a personal connection for the students with asking what they wanted to be when they were little kids to drive home the point that we are always moving and changing on this hierarchy.
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The Bill of Life at the beginning of this novel offers valuable insight into the society and context of this novel. Students take time to read and analyze these lines, making inferences about the time period and the society in which the characters
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This is a Unit originally made for an American Literature Class. It has MANY features! There are two main pieces of literature: 1. Oral Story: How Raven Gave Light to the World 2. Native American (Iroquois) Myth: The World on Turtle's
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6 different excerpts designed for students to individually or in small groups identify the purpose of a piece of literature. Please check out the "Author's Purpose: Easy as Pie" Graphic Organizer in my store as an introduction to this topic!
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This pack includes: 1. Introduction PowerPoint >>What is an argument >>Organization breakdown that aligns with outline >>What is/importance of counterargument 2. Essay Outline (Microsoft Word)
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To help students understand the Migrant Lifestyle, it's important they realize the extent of their situation. Due to their bindles being so small and having to carry things with them from place to place, they rarely had many items with them. In
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This packet includes: 1. American Gothic Introduction PowerPoint >>American Gothic vs. Original Gothic >>Tone vs. Mood >>Diction >>Suspense >>Romanticism and Dark Romanticism
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This handout graphic organizer makes it easy for students to remember the three main purposes one writes as well as provides space for short notes. It's EASY AS P.I.E.!!
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The poem: Do Not Go Gentle Into that Good Night 7 EOC style multiple choice questions
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This guided graphic organizer helps students chronologically order 8 main events in a reading. Then it pushes students to apply this thought process to not only the reading, but also their lives when connecting to how they chose what is truly
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Including both a PDF and word document version of this assignment - you may not have all the same fonts I do so the word document will be altered due to this! This activity requires students to make a list of 5 items a character would carry in
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This assessment has 17 multiple choice questions and 3 short answer questions for a total of 20. It is over only chapters 4-6 of The Great Gatsby and includes a section on Color Symbolism in the book! An answer key with suggested responses to
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At the beginning of the year, I often want to jump into short stories and get down to the nitty gritty of digging into them. Sometimes, the summer has not been kind to our students' memories. This short review handout and writing assignment help to
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This is a trifold for the 8 basic parts of speech. It has these prominently listed as well as columns for: -examples -definitions -in a sentence -visual representation A free partner for this is a powerpoint I use to intro/review these parts of
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a teacher for 7 years at both an inner city dropout school and a suburban school. I have predominately taught English 2 and American Lit, but am also the Drama director and Drama teacher.

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I pride myself with a personal rapport with all of my students. I attempt to strike that delicate balance between understanding situations and high expectations.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated Van Wert High School in 2005. After that, I attended Wright State University to earn my Bachelors Degree in English with an emphasis in Integrated Language Arts. I also have a Masters in Education.

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