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Our National Anthem is heard almost every day, but is it understood? With this vocabulary strategy by Marzano, students will dive into the Star Spangled Banner with full understanding as they draw, define, and explain the poem as it was written in
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"The Jungle" was written by Upton Sinclair and is one of the most provocative and influential pieces of literature during the Progressive Era. Upton Sinclair worked in a Chicago Meat Plant for 7 weeks, and during his time, he recorded his
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This is a great scaffolded resource to introduce to your students and get them engaged in the DBQ writing process! It has 9 documents with analysis questions for each document, followed by the complete prompt "Why did the United States abandon its
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This resolution was a key turning point in the Vietnam War and a huge increase in presidential power. This resource outlines the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution as passed in Congress, and includes comprehension and critical thinking questions, as well as
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This excerpt of William Jennings Bryan's Cross of Gold Speech is a great supplemental resource for your Populism/Gilded Age Unit. This resource provides an excerpt of his speech, as well as comprehension questions relating to the speech,
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Need a quick review for your kids? Here are six worksheets that you can use to assist in review for your students that cover all areas of American History (1607-present)
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I know first hand how hard it is to teach World History. It is a subject that asks us to go from 4,000BC and teach through the end of the Cold War. However, I have spent time to create a great review sheet that will make sure that students
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What's the best way for your kids to understand the power of reform? Have them take the role of a muckraker! Have your kids "investigate, education, and legislate" with this fun activity that has students conceptually dive into what it is like to
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I have created an easy review game that models the childhood classic game of Guess Who. This resource includes a game board of 30 key historical people from the period of 1763-1877 (Most state's American History I Class). This resource includes
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This reading of the Mayflower Compact will ensure student understanding of early government, as well as the beginning of colonizing the New World. This resource includes scaffolded questions relating to the comprehension of the document, as well as
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Have you and your students been bored of taking notes? Are you tired of showing a mundane powerpoint? Well, how about learning stations? Give students the ability to get up and walk around, read the text you want them to read, and build their
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This worksheet is a great supplemental resource for your Progressive Era/Muckraker Unit. This resource provides a reading of Jacob Riis's "Battle of the Slums", as well as comprehension and critical thinking questions relating to the reading. This
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This reading of William Bradford's journal discusses the rough seas and events of the voyage on the Mayflower. Abridged to be a one-page reading, this resource includes scaffolded comprehension questions, as well as critical thinking/higher order
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Included are Teacher and Student directions, as well as review questions for American History! (Cards not included) This is a card game about lying and deception just as much as it is about cunning and skill. The object of a game of Bullcrap is to
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These are American History I (1603-1877) task cards that reference many different primary sources. Each provides a question or questions that relate directly to the source. There are 16 task cards. I use these for review at the end of the year,
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This is a free supplementary resource for teaching your students how to utilize the reading strategy of Soapstone. I did find this powerpoint online and tweaked it to fit my teaching style and subject matter. Feel free to continue to edit as you
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This worksheet is a great supplemental resource for your Civil War Unit. This resource provides a reading of the Gettysburg Address, as well as comprehension questions relating to the speech, sectionalism, and the Civil War. This primary source
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This review game is inspired by the fun game called "Left, Center, Right". Left, Center, Right, is a dice game for three or more players that was originally created by George & Company LLC. It is a game of chance, there is no strategy or
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching history at Roanoke Valley Early College for 4 years and have exceeded growth and received 85%+ proficiency each year working!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Technology driven, student engaged, high level thinking, reflection based, and of course student writing is all incorporated into my classroom. It is important to make learning fun and relatable. If your students aren't having fun, they will not learn! Think about what you know, it is linear to your passions. Make the passions align and you will see great results. My resources touch on those passions, but also make it engaging for students, as well as resourceful so that any student can succeed. I found in my experience that reading and understanding text can be very difficult. With my SOAP strategy worksheets, students can enjoy history just as much as we do!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

December 2014 Teacher of the Month Teacher Instructional Coach Master Lead Teacher- Rigor 2017 Teacher of the Year

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA History & Education- Monmouth University Master of Science in Education- Johns Hopkins University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am a teacher in rural North Carolina that has had tremendous success in pushing student achievement. Our school has earned recognition by US News and World Report as one of the best high schools in the country, and was as a top high school in North Carolina by Newsweek in 2015, as well as #147 Nation wide for schools that beat the odds. I am a quiz bowl coach of a championship quiz bowl team, year book advisor, and National Beta Club Advisor.

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