Patricia Casey

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This lesson demonstrates various ways in which birds have developed adaptations to their environment in response to the food it eats. This concept is important in that it demonstrates the dynamic relationship between animals and their environment.
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This is a zipped file consisting of three sections: 3 complete lesson plans; instructional material; and assessments including a rubric. NOTE: A copy of the book Two-Minute Mysteries (Sobol, 1967) is necessary for the completion of Lesson Plan
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This is a unit plan on plant and animal adaptations intended to be taught to the 6th through 8th grade level over a two-week period. This unit plan addresses diversity, technology in the classroom, and accommodations/modifications. Clear learning
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Understanding the concept of rhyming is a component of phonological awareness. Phonological awareness, the ability to recognize and manipulate speech sounds, has been shown to be an important component in learning to read and spell. This activity
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This lesson is aligned with Washington state learning standards as well as Common Core State Standards for 5th grade math. This lesson uses the textbook Bits and Pieces I: Understanding Fractions, Decimals, and Percents; by Lappan, Fey, Fitzgerald,
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This is a complete Jeopardy-style PowerPoint for the human digestive system appropriate for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Answers are included.
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Aligned with Washington State Standards and Common Core State Standards for 5th grade. This lesson, relying mainly on direct vocabulary instruction, helps to improve literacy in Tier Three words by expanding student vocabulary by introducing
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This is a 5-6 day unit plan for 6th-8th grade content on the human digestive system. The lessons are designed for 90 minute segments. These lessons are very hands-on and inquiry based using many engaging activities that will engage students. This
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This lesson is written for 5th grade reading and writing standards for Washington State; as well as 5th grade Commom Core State Standards in English Language Arts. This lesson, relying primarily on direct vocabulary instruction, helps to improve
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Humans have developed adaptations to the environment in the same way animals have. Some of these adaptations contribute to the diversity among humans. For example, skin color is no more than the body’s reaction to the amount of sunlight
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This lesson meeting learning standards for Washington state and Common Core State Standards for 5th grade. This lesson utilizes the textbook Bits and Pieces I: Understanding Fractions, Decimals, and Percents; by Lappan, Fey, Fitzgerald, Friel,
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MY TEACHING STYLE

Hands-on, inquiry based

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

•Graduated from Washington State University’s Honors College •Featured Undergraduate Researcher in the School of Molecular Biosciences Reporter •Research abstracts featured at two national science conventions •Distinguished Presidential Scholarship •Received “Pass with Distinction” on University Writing Portfolio •Mortar Board Outstanding Freshman Scholar •Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society •University Achievement Award •Scholar in Residence Award •Promise Scholarship •High School Valedictorian •Volunteer of the Month •National Honor Society •Outstanding Service to Key Club International •Young Writers’ Conference

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I earned my Master in Teaching from City University of Seattle where I graduated with Honors. I am endorsed in Elementary Education and Highly Qualified in Middle Level Science. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Genetics and Cell Biology from Washington University's Honors College.

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