Michele Jeanmarie

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Michele Jeanmarie
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Imagination is more important than knowledge. It embraces the entire world, stimulating progress. --Albert Einstein
 
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Earth Day: Climate Change from the Perspective of a Soccer Ball presents some major problems that can be tackled by students via their favorite toy to give Earth a voice on its day. Earth Day usually comes as an after thought, but this lesson
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Translated and adapted from an original work in Spanish, this children's play will capture the hearts of many. Students can read this play, either for an English class, a drama class, or even an earth science class. With Earth Day now on the
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To distinguish the differences between region and location, location and place, in other words, the 5 Themes of Geography, have your student choose their favorite cartoon character to place him on a storyboard. Watch a beloved cartoon episode to
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Students use favorite cartoon character and/or fairytale to demonstrate their comprehension of the beginnings of OPEC, their understanding of European geography and the influence of economics on world politics. Discover the fun students will have as
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From Michele Jeanmarie, this lesson will provide students with hands-on practice with a compass in the making of concentric circles. Students will learn about the layers of the earth during or after reading the ubiquitous series of the Magic School
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From Michele Jeanmarie, take your students on a journey in producing their own TV cooking show in Spanish. As you guide them through this lesson idea, students will learn about expository writing in a second language, Spanish. This step-by-step
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From Michele Jeanmarie, this geometry lesson takes students through the process of making concentric circles with the use of a compass. Students learn to make a model of the layers of the Earth as they use fine motor skills in handling a compass.
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Whether it is "5 Cinco de mayo or las posadas, this story legitimizes the story of the piñata, its origin and its meaning through the perspective of a soccer ball. Party, but party with a purpose, giving students the background information, the
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One of a series of formative assessments from Santillana, "Descubre Español," Unidad 5, Level D, provides students with more practice to distinguish the differences between “me duele” and “me duelen.”
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From Michele's Boutique Couture, infuse your classroom with these culinary experiences, as students draw parallelisms between food and plate tectonics. Student scientists will go on a cupcake archaeological dig, climb out of a mountainous volcano
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Research can be so boring, but this one proves to be fun, fun, fun. As students research popular inventions of the Industrial Revolution, they, yes, write about them, but in a creative way: they write riddles, design a book and prepare to make an
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One of a series of formative assessments from Santillana, "Descubre Español," Unidad 5, Level B, provides students with more practice to distinguish the differences between “me gusta” and “me gustan.”
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Teach students how to combat the vegetative state while watching TV, and engage them, instead, to think critically while watching a sitcom, reading the gossip page, or even listening to the so-called news. Challenge students to the following
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Many of us recite the prayer that Jesus himself handed down via the disciples. Today, many of us do not understand its meaning. The Our Father and Me is purposely designed to help students and catechists kinesthetically break down this poem, prayer.
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From Michele's Boutique Couture, infuse your classroom with this simulation to explain more vividly the 5 Themes of Geography, using the tortilla as the protagonist. Wrap up with student-friendly worksheet and top it off with a colorful world map.
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From Michele Jeanmarie, infuse your classroom with this eating experience to enhance students' understanding of the 5 Themes of Geography. In learning about South America, the Incas, in particular, students will find that potato is not an Irish
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Students add savory senses to the mind to get a picture AND a taste for what negative numbers are, using culinary arts.
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Engage students in designing an interactive and fun ecosystem. Project involves a number of steps and it is designed to challenge the most enthusiastic learner.
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From Michele's Boutique Couture, infuse your classroom with this culinary experience to help student archaeologists draw parallelisms between palate and real life career.
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From Michele's Boutique Couture, infuse your classroom with this cake decorating class as students draw parallelisms between their palate and the parts of a volcano. Names of parts of a volcano will become part of their long term memory. Students
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Alumni of UCLA (B.A.) and CSULA (M.A.), I have taught elementary and middle schools, from Los Angeles, California to Glasgow, Scotland, as a Fulbright Exchange teacher. I also studied Children’s Literature at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain. Having had an eventful year, I returned to study Spanish Pedagogy and Methodology at José Ortega y Gassett. I have served as the Campus Director for PSIA (Private School Interscholastic Academic), the Adviser for NJHS (National Junior Honor Society), the GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) Coordinator. I have covered the whole spectrum in elementary and middle school education, but I also lead project-based courses designed to challenge the gifted mind in a pull-out program. I have taught for SIG (Summer Institute for the Gifted) at UCLA to a cadre of international students: Saudi Arabia, Saigon, Taiwan, S Korea, and Sweden, but I had students from Seattle, Boston, and Los Angeles who represented the United States.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I use a plethora of best practices, but my classroom is driven primarily by two. Known as the PBL model, Product and Problem Based Learning stretch students in more ways than the traditional classroom does, building a complex highway system that the human brain needs to develop. Product based learning involves the student learner to create, design, and produce an object or artifact, in other words, a product, that pertains to the course objective. Problem based learning involves the student learner to simulate, infer, re-enact, make generalizations and judge a problem using as guidance their own conscience.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Fulbright Teacher Exchange

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

UCLA (Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Studies); CSULA (Masters of Arts in School Administration; Teaching Certification; Multiple Subjects; BCLAD; Spanish)

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