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Rubric used to assess essays (or paragraphs) written based on textual evidence. Categories for assessment include: - Introduction and Conclusion - Thesis Statement - Topic Sentences - Introduction of Evidence - Evidence - Discussion -
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Helps students organize sensory details that they notice in a text or brainstorm sensory details that they could include in their own writing.
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Gives instruction and practice space for students to use verbs as they try to "show, don't tell" in their writing.
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PowerPoint created based on the content of "America: History of Our Nation" textbook. Topics include: - The earliest Americans - Native American culture groups - Trade networks of Asia and Africa - The European heritage
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PowerPoint created based on "America: History of Our Nation" textbook." Topics include: - The first English settlements - Colonial regions - Spanish colonies on the Borderlands
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Includes definitions for similes and metaphors, along with practice sentences for students.
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Designed to allow students to practice with the "show, don't tell" writing strategy.
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A PowerPoint created based on "America: History of Our Nation" textbook. Topics include: - Governing the colonies - Colonial society and social class - Slavery in the colonies - The spread of new ideas
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A PowerPoint created based on "America: History of Our Nation" textbook. Topics include: - Trouble on the frontier - Colonial resistance to British control - Colonial rebellion - Beginnings of the American Revolutionary War
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Introductory materials that present TIED structure to students. TIED is a form of structure paragraphs that encourages deep analysis of textual evidence. There are five separate worksheets included: one on thesis statements and four more, each
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TIED is a format that students can use to organize the body paragraphs of their essays. The entire paragraph revolves around the textual evidence that students choose to use.
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PowerPoint created based on the content of "America: History of Our Nation" textbook. Topics include: - The age of exploration - Spain's empire in the Americas - European competition in North America - France and the Netherlands in North America
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I spent the first year of my career teaching 8th grade English Language Arts in a public school on Long Island. Since then, I've been teaching in a public school in New York City where my classes include sixth grade creative writing, seventh grade humanities, and eighth grade humanities. This is the beginning of my fifth year and I couldn't be more in love with what I do!

MY TEACHING STYLE

All instruction in my classroom centers on voice. I want to teach my students to use their own voices mindfully and read others' voices in an empathetic manner. I think of my classroom as a laboratory in which my students are free to experiment - it's okay to make mistakes so long as those mistakes promote learning.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

New York University: Bachelor's in English Education Stony Brook University: Master's in Liberal Studies with a focus on English Education University of Albany: Master's in Curriculum Development and Instructional Technology

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