msvice
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If I told you I was a young girl who had a magic hat of invisibility, which character from Percy Jackson would I be? If you guessed Annabeth Chase, you are correct! This center challenges students to identify twenty five characters from Rick
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This mega 30 page novel guide contains pre-reading questions, vocabulary and comprehension questions for each chapter, extension activities, worksheets and is aligned to the CCSS. Sample answers are included as well as suggested responses to
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This 24 page novel guide contains pre-reading questions, vocabulary and comprehension questions for each chapter, extension activities, worksheets and is aligned to the CCSS. Sample answers are included as well as suggested responses to literature
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In this 18 page center, students can independently or collaboratively put 26 events from Natalie Babbitt's Tuck Everlasting into chronological order. In doing so, students examine how characters develop over time. This is a great end-of-unit
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If I told you I was a young girl who was saved by my older sister volunteering for my spot, which character from the Hunger Games would I be? If you guessed Primrose Everdeen, you are correct! This center challenges students to identify twenty five
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In this 16 page center based on Lois Lowry's "Number the Stars", students can independently or collaboratively put the events back in order. During this station, students should discuss how the events build upon their understanding of the
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This bundle contains 2 math stations and an answer key to help students with the geometrical hierarchy of polygons! Developed to align with CCSS 5G3 and 5G4, field tested by 120 fifth graders who had plenty of fun with these polygons.
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In this 16 page center, students can work independently or collaboratively to put 22 events from Gary Paulsen's Hatchet in chronological order. An answer key is included to allow students to self-correct. Since this includes events in the final
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If I told you I was a young girl who loved books and being right, which character from Harry Potter would I be? If you guessed Hermione Granger, you are correct! This center challenges students to identify twenty five characters from JK Rowling's
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This center is designed to challenge students to recreate the events in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by placing the events in chronological order. While this deceptively easy task may seem like a piece of cake, it is
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"Hey, Seaweed Brain!" Oh poor Percy, but who said it? In this sort, students must analyze quotes from Rick Riordan's The Lightning Thief to figure out which characters said what and to whom. By referring back to the text, analyzing word choice,
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While chronological order and sequence may seem like easy concepts for fifth graders, I assure you my latest sort is deceivingly simple! Students will have to recreate Suzanne Collin's best selling Hunger Games novel by putting the events into
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This center for the novel Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt challenges students to analyze quotes and determine which character said which lines. Students must recall relevant details, analyze word choice, make inferences and critically think to
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"Hey, Seaweed Brain!" Oh poor Percy, but who said it? In this sort, students must analyze quotes from Rick Riordan's The Sea of Monsters to figure out which characters said what and to whom. By referring back to the text, analyzing word choice,
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If I told you I was devious and always after the orphans' mo ney, which character from The Series of Unfortunate Events would I be? If you guessed Count Olaf, you are correct! This center challenges students to identify twenty two characters from
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While chronological order and sequence may seem like easy concepts for fifth graders, I assure you my latest sort is deceivingly simple! Students will have to recreate Suzanne Collin's Catching Fire by putting the events into chronological order! By
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In this 15 page center, there are 18 comprehension questions (with answers) for Lois Lowry's novel Gossamer. Great for end of book review or as a small group station! This work is licensed under a Creative Commons
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In this 25 page center, students will work independently or collaboratively with small groups to sort characters or terms into the four Hogwarts houses from J.K. Rowling's best selling Harry Potter series. Students are encouraged to refer back to
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This sort challenges students to determine which Harry Potter character is linked with which quote. Students can work individually or collaboratively in a small group to discuss the quotes, determine meaning, analyze the author's word choice and
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This center challenges students to recreate J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by putting the events in chronological order. Students can complete this activity independently, in small groups or as a whole group. This activity
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching since 2009. Most of my time has been spent in an inclusion classroom and I'm always looking forward to new challenges. Everything in my store has been field tested in my own classroom with my own bunch of lively fifth graders.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Often times, I'm barefoot and sitting on the floor with my young scholars, fully engaged in our discussions. I believe in hands-on, cooperative, collaborative discussion-based learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

DEN Star, DENSI (2013 & 2015), MEMTA (2012), and so forth.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Undergraduate degrees? Check. Masters Degree? Check. Tech Endorsement? Check. Masters +32? Check. Currently looking at a second masters or a PhD program. I'm never done learning.

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http://msvice.blogspot.com/; donorschoose.org/vice

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