Middle School Cafe

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Help your middle school students dig deeper into the meaning of each of the six traits on the writing rubric.  Faciliate a whole class or small group discussion about each trait and then practice scoring and calibrating scores with a short writing
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Introduce your students to the world of debate! When my students first heard the word debate, they imagined a shouting match with classmates. To help them understand that debates are a formalized process, I created this activity. It has helped my
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Help your students navigate through the primary document – The United States Constitution. This reading guide is intended for students to read through and begin to understand the document that outlines the US Government. I have successfully used
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This unit can be used for ANY short story, play or mini-novel. It will help your students organize the story in a way that helps them meet standards. Students don’t just read the story but are asked to think about the themes, make connections and
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Looking for a way to increase student engagement while teaching the classic, The Pearl by John Steinbeck? This is the complete unit will have your students hooked from the first day! Complete unit includes: ✔ Graphic organizer for each chapter  ✔
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Looking for a quick one day lesson? This two page assignment is just the thing to use with any short story. It asks students to analyze the short story using story elements, questioning and real life connections. It is perfect for a one day lesson
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Building better vocabulary improves students reading and writing skills. Try these 9 activities to help students go beyond the memorization of definitions. This bundle of vocabulary activities help students investigate words and look at them
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Summarizing nonfiction text can be difficult for middle school students. This resource contains activities for prereading, during reading and concludes with a summary checklist for students to check their own work before being assessed. Easily
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I use this organizer to help students assess new vocabulary. Have you every had students look at a word and tell you they know it, but then are not able to give you a definition or use the word correctly? I have, which is why I developed this
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Help students make connections with the world around them by engaging them in current events. This digital product will guide your students through note taking, text evidence, questions, making predictions and summarizing the text. Product was
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Captivate your students with this Sherlock Holmes story! Everything you need for students to practice reading skills while solving mysteries. Multiple activities will have your students asking for more. Print friendly version of story is included
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Timelines are a great way to help students see history as a global study and that multiple things occur at the same time. In this timeline product, students will research the Society, Culture, Politics, Economics and Science & Technology of a
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I grew tired of asking my students to assess their peers on the 6-traits only to have them give their friends perfect or nearly perfect scores. I created this peer assessment that I use after our second rough draft that requires students to score
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Increase student curiosity by teaching students to reflect on their learning. With KQRN, students reflect on what they know about a topic but then asks them to formulate questions to investigate. Then reflect again and continue to question.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Over the past 20 years, I've taught a variety of subjects from Social Studies to Science and discovered a love for Language Arts (English). I've taught Language Arts for 12 years in both middle school and high school.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style focus on student centered activities. Students learn best when they are actively engaged in what they are learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Cambridge's Who's Who 2008 (Peer Nominated) Who's Who Among Teachers 2002 (Student Nominated)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education from Concordia University Portland, Oregon. Masters in Education Administration from Concordia University Portland, Oregon.

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