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Overview: Westward Ho! This amazing Oregon Trail simulation activity gives students a glimpse of what life was like on the trail. By rolling dice, keeping track of supplies, and following a map, students will get to learn about this historical
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Current Events Summary Overview: This Current Events Summary is an excellent tool for students to get involved with the news and the current events of the week. A simple writing format helps students find, summarize, and write opinions about
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"Constitution: Scavenger Hunt, Primary Source" Constitution Overview: To better understand the basic information within the United States Constitution, students will browse through the Constitution and find the main ideas about the 7 Articles and
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Brain Teasers: Volume 1 Overview: Everyone loves riddles, logic puzzles, and critical thinking. Expand your students' brain power with this set of Brain Teasers to use as brain breaks! What's Included: • 30 different Brain Teasers in 2 great
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"Legislative Branch Simulation" (How a Bill Becomes a Law) Overview: Enjoy the Legislative Branch through this exciting Legislative Simulation. Students will participate in writing bills for their school, community, or state while learning the
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"Declaration of Independence: Primary Source" Overview: This lesson will help students better understand one of the most important documents of all time: The Declaration of Independence. After becoming familiar with the Declaration from your
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The Presidents Project Overview Students will create a PowerPoint, video or project about a President of their choice. This project explains what students must research and includes a grading rubric for the teacher. Students will research both
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Star Spangled Banner Lesson Overview: The Star Spangled Banner! We sing it every game, what does it really mean? Written by Francis Scott Key during the War of 1812, the lyrics to the U.S. National Anthem will be analyzed and rewritten by students
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Constitution: The Articles, Primary Source Overview: This is a great way to study and know the information contained within the United States Constitution. To better understand the layout and information within the United States Constitution,
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Declaration of Independence: Texting Style Overview: The Declaration of Independence was really a big "break-up" letter written by Thomas Jefferson and the colonists to the King of Great Britain. This historical document was written to convince
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Star Spangled Banner: Introductory Quiz Overview: This 9 question PowerPoint quiz about the Star Spangled Banner is a fun way to introduce learning about the United States National Anthem. Students will learn unique facts and the history that led
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Ben Franklin: Poor Richard's Almanac Overview: Ben Franklin had many pithy sayings and quotes in his publication entitled Poor Richard's Almanac. Study the wit and wisdom of Ben Franklin by analyzing and explaining 18 different quotes from his
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Political Parties Presidential Campaign Simulation Overview: "Let's Get The Party Started!" This simulation is an excellent way for students to comprehend all aspects of political parties, and the campaigns needed to elect a presidential
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"Field Trip: Ancient Rome" Overview: Have you ever wanted to take your class to Ancient Rome? Now you can without spending a dime. On this virtual field trip, students will become the travel guides. Through summaries and pictures, students will
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"Field Trip: Washington DC" Overview Can't take your class to Washington DC? This lesson is the solution to getting your students to our Nation's Capital without spending a dime. As tour guides, students will study various attractions and present
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Economics: Costs, Benefits, and Opportunity Cost" Overview: This is an economics reinforcement activity on costs, benefits and opportunity cost. Students will evaluate the costs and benefits in given scenarios in order to make the best decision.
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Overview: Create your very own economics classroom economy with this CLA$$ONOMIC$ activity simulation. Students love the chance to be an entrepreneur by owning items in the classroom, charging students usage fees, and having opportunities to make
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Executive Branch: Introductory Quiz Overview: This is a brief powerpoint presentation that can be used as a fun introduction to the Executive Branch or the Office of the President. This powerpoint contains 9 multiple choice questions that the
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Psychology: Psychological Disorders Project Overview: Want a project for your psychology students? Students can use this guide to research, write and present information on a psychological disorder of their choosing. This is an excellent project
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Overview: In this personal finance activity, students will examine their current personal money management habits and create a personal budget. After asking some life questions about their finances, students will assess their personal income,
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching middle school and high school social studies since the beginning of the millenium (2000). I have taught courses in American History, Economics, Psychology, Government, Ancient World History, Western Civilization, and more.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student engagement. High-quality content. Hands-on activities. Diversified learning. Group collaboration.....This is the goal, but ultimately I desire to make learning fun for my students while helping them become rooted in truth, growing in freedom, and prospering in life!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year - 2009-2010

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I am a fourth generation teacher. My Great-Grandfather taught in a one room school house making $35/month. My Grandmother started in a one room school house then outgrew that to become a lifelong teacher (I even got to have her as my 3rd grade teacher). Both of my parents were career teachers and now I get to teach another generation of students. I have a degree in History with a Licensure in Social Studies Education.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

From the rural plains of Minnesota, I get to teach in the school I grew up going to. I love to learn and teach!