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This MLA 8 Work Cited lesson includes 90 (ninety!) examples for you to allow students to practice! Each example set includes 30 different Work Cited examples (labeled Sample 1, Sample 2, etc.) in three categories: Research Paper Work Cited Set,
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30 Self Reflection Questions to get students thinking--and sharing--their habits, preferences, and experiences with writing. Three formats included for student responses-- page/projector view, student handout, and fill-in digital PDF form. Great
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Writing Process Self Reflection Lesson 32 Slide Powerpoint with Timers •Student handout/notes guide included to copy (or go copy-free and students can use notebook paper!) •Includes 4 mini prompts and 4 extended quick writes •Reviews concepts
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Make your Week 1 theme 'Names!" and use these activities, literary excerpts, discussion questions, and writing prompts to learn student names, establish your classroom community, and set an academic tone. --Engaging English Icebreaker and Name
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This 25-page lesson is based on the book Connected by Nicholas A. Christakis and James M. Fowler. The lesson starts by taking students through an activity introducing the idea that we can “map” or visualize groups of people and represent their
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Use this Slang/Culture poetry analysis and imitation assignment to discuss language change, culture, and allusions while inviting students to use all their SLANG! Includes the poem "Ode to American English" formatted for close reading with notes
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This icebreaker gets students talking and thinking-- about candy! Perfect for a first week of school unit to get to know students while they are also writing and close reading! An engaging and unique activity to get students enthusiastically
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Includes 60 prewriting questions (student handout!) and 5 discussion/freewrite prompts (slide)Editable instruction sheet to assign students a literacy narrative-- you can customize the assignment requirements and due dates!Rubric for literacy
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Four files-- an overview and checklist for teachers to track students with missing work and document actions, due dates, and recovery efforts. Editable, printable student due date calendar Editable, printable student reminder slips Ready to fill
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I've been teaching for 11 years. Most recently, I've spent the last five years teaching high school English, particularly English 1301-1302/12th Grade Dual Credit and AP Literature and Composition with sections of 11th and 12th grade English as well. I have worked during several of these years as a Writing Center Interventionist conducting small group student pull outs for STAAR, EOC, and high needs 9th/10th graders. My first six years were spent teaching English/Language Arts/Reading (ELAR) in a Title I Middle School, where I also spent two years as the Instructional Coach/Literacy Specialist. In the past, I have taught adult ESL classes at the local junior college. I am currently also an adjunct instructor for the fall/spring freshman composition sequence that I teach as a dual credit course to 12th grade students at my high school.


I love to find interesting materials in a variety of subject areas and disciplines to underscore the idea that critical reading and writing are valuable skills everywhere! I create unexpected pairings and extension activities that allow students to form big-picture connections and develop their curiosity, interests, and analytical skills. In class, I strive for a balance of individual, group, and whole class instruction and emphasize the processes of reading and writing through specific, detailed portfolio keeping and process reflection. My classroom learning environment is covered in text and features something to read or a cue for thinking in every corner-- and, of course, exemplary student work!


Campus Finalist, Teacher of the Year, 2014


MA in English, MEd in Instructional Leadership/Reading from Sam Houston State University and BS Psychology/English Minor from Weber State University


Book lover (alphabetical hoarder!), Mom to two elementary kiddos, Pilot's wife, DIY enthusiast!

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