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Four major parts of Earth work together as a complex system: rocks, water, air, and life. On a global scale, each part can be thought of as a sphere, roughly the same size and shape as the planet. The four parts are called the geosphere,
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Printable Worksheet in which students analyze and interpret real tide data from NY Harbor to make conclusions about tides. Worksheet includes graph of tide data and related questions. NYC Earth Science
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Lab #6 in my lab series. NOTE: This lab requires access to a computer. Students use the Phet Plate Tectonics Simulation to describe the differences between continental and oceanic crust, to identify and describe the three types of plate
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Every New York State Earth Science Class uses the 16-page document known as the Earth Science Reference Tables (ESRT). Found here: http://www.p12.nysed.gov/assessment/reftable/earthscience-rt/esrt2011-engr.pdf This activity can be used as an
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Materials Needed: Various Igneous Rock samples, Earth Science Reference Table (free on internet) Suggested Materials: magnifying glasses, rulers for measuring crystal size Pre-Lab: Students read a passage then complete a Venn Diagram comparing and
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In this practice, students must determine the sequence of events of a simple geologic cross section and then explain how they used the Laws of Stratigraphy to determine the sequence. I have used this practice as an exit slip after teaching the Laws
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Lab #10 in my Lab Series In this lab students must classify rocks as either igneous, metamorphic or sedimentary based on their observable properties. Includes pre-lab in which students brainstorm the key characteristics of each rock type that
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This worksheet goes along with Bill Nye the Science Guy's Erosion Video Students draw and describe observations of the different agents of erosion that Bill Nye demonstrates. This includes a 2 page printable worksheet and a teacher page with video
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Lab #7 in my Lab Series Mineral Identification Lab Includes Pre-Lab in which students identify the lab materials (i.e. streak plate, glass plate, nail, penny, magnifying glass) Includes Clear Directions how to complete each mineral
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This lab requires the following materials: density cubes made of various materials, ruler, triple beam balance, and calculator. Students measure the mass and volume of the various cubes of different materials to calculate their density. Then they
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Materials Needed for the lab: Various Sedimentary Rock samples, Earth Science Reference Table (free on internet) Suggested Materials: magnifying glasses, dilute Hcl for acid test on limestones Pre-Lab: Students read a passage and sketch the
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Word Scramble Puzzle. Students must unscramble 17 Igneous Rock Names (which can be found in the NYS Earth Science Reference Tables - free online) to answer the final puzzle listing the types of igneous rocks (intrusive and extrusive). Includes 1
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Students research 1 of the 21 minerals given in the New York State Earth Science Reference Tables. On one side of the assignment has a do now activity reviewing the definitions of mineral properties and the directions for how to complete their
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Word Scramble Puzzle. Students must unscramble 10 Sedimentary Rock Names (which can be found in the NYS Earth Science Reference Tables - free online) to answer the final puzzle listing the types of sedimentary rocks (clastic, bioclastic and
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Word Scramble Puzzle. Students must unscramble 9 Metamorphic Rock Names (which can be found in the NYS Earth Science Reference Tables - free online) to answer the final puzzle listing the types of metamorphic rocks (foliated and nonfoliated).
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Word Search Puzzle with 32 Weather Unit Vocabulary Words. Includes 1 page student word search puzzle and 1 page puzzle solution.
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Word Search Puzzle with 30 Mineral Unit Vocabulary Words. Includes 1 page student word search puzzle and 1 page puzzle solution.
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Word Scramble Puzzle. Students must unscramble 8 weather instrument vocabulary words. Includes 1 page with student puzzle and 1 page with solution. Word scrambles can be a fun way to exercise your brain and boost your vocabulary skills. Teachers
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Lab #1 of my Lab Series. In this lab students practice using their 5 senses (except for taste) to make a series of observations of a brown paper bag (the mystery bag). The goal is for students to use their observations to make an inference as to
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My experience is teaching Regents Earth Science in a high-needs urban high school. The majority of my students are considered to be in the lowest -third of NYC in terms of ELA and Math skills based on their 8th grade exams.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Collaborative Learning Groups (2-4 students per table group) Project-based Learning Engaging in the 8 "Practices of Science" NYS Earth Science Regents Curriculum

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Davis Fellow
Awarded full scholarship to complete Masters in Education

MfA Early Career Fellows
Awarded 4 years of professional development support

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Science in Geology

Master of Arts in Earth Science Education 7-12

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