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This product contains two different "To Kill a Mockingbird" final exams, with key AND answer strip and version map, which makes grading faster and easier. All chapters of the books, as well as themes, symbols, and historical information are on
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Quiz your students on their comprehension and reading from Act 2 of Romeo and Juliet. This test includes multiple choice, short answer, and a few quotation identification. Included in this purchase are FOUR different versions of this test,
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IN A NUTSHELL: This project is combined with my teaching of “The Kite Runner,” by Khaled Hosseini. In the beginning of the unit, I like to give my students pretense for the conflicts and historical information they will encounter within a novel.
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Quiz your students on their comprehension and reading from Act 3 of Romeo and Juliet. This test includes multiple choice, short answer, and a few quotation identification. Included in this purchase are FOUR different versions of this test,
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Help your students see the differences and similarities between these two amazing works. This multi-page graphic organizer will serve as a wonderful resource for an interactive video/reading unit on Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story. Whether you
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This product contains two different my American Literature Midterm, focusing on mostly Puritanism-Romanticism. Specifically, it tests on knowledge pertaining to "The Scarlet Letter," "The Devil and Tom Walker," various Lewis and Clark texts
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This product contains two different "To Kill a Mockingbird" final exams, with key AND answer strip/version map, which makes grading faster and easier. All chapters of the books, as well as themes, symbols, and historical information are on these
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Unit 6, Rise of Islam, takes questions and material ideas from the Glencoe World History textbook and outside/supplementary information. Dates range from pre-Muhammed to approx. 600 C.E. and cover geography, lifestyles, Muslim culture, and the
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As John Dewey once stated, "we do not learn from experience; we learn from reflecting on that experience." This two-page document guides high school students on how to write a thorough and well-written reflection essay, which is useful for many
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History, Take II: In 1787, representatives from 12 of the 13 colonies came together to come up with a better system of government than the Articles of Confederation, which had been in use for only 6 years. Students (in groups) are to come up with a
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If you are needing material to discuss during lectures, use during class discussions, or want your students to be challenged in regards to their critical thinking and analysis skills, this powerpoint will have what you need. This product
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This exam is a final test for my "Odyssey" unit. There are 89 total questions with a final essay at the end (3 options). I utilize T/F, Multiple Choice, Matching, & Character Identification-type questions. I have loaded this test as a PDF but
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Quiz your students on their comprehension and reading from Act I of Romeo and Juliet. This test includes multiple choice, short answer, and a few quotation identification. Included in this purchase are FOUR different versions of this test,
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I have combined all of my lesson information, assignments, handouts, and agendas for weeks-worth of material. I have combined the three mini-units in order to showcase genocide within the Holocaust, its connection to the graphic novel, Maus I,
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My NON-PHYSICAL game, "Literature Dogeball" is a review activity that I created for my high school students. It is formulated to work with their sense of competition, teamwork, and of course, knowledge about their material. This is a NON-physical
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Help your students navigate through the multitude of complex characters within Miller's pivotal play, by requiring they dig into the motivations and desires of the characters through a written literary analysis. After discussion various character
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Do you students often forget or become confused as to what they should annotate within their texts? Mine sure do! In the hope to remedy this problem, I created handy bookmarks that walk a student through the basic info/details they should annotate
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This activity handout will work with your students' abilities to write descriptive and interesting phrases regarding their sensory details. Instructions: Each of your senses contributes to create every experience of your life. Oftentimes, sensory
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Once students have read through Sir Conan Doyle's great story, "The Hound of the Baskervilles," they are tasked with the job to "persuade" their fellow peer group into reading/watching the story. This is a great project unit that works well after
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There is just so much to learn in regards to Shakespeare's great work, Romeo and Juliet. It can be overwhelming for the students (and the teacher) to know what is important and what can be moved aside. Use this visual guide for your students, to
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I'm a teacher by day and super hero by night. I rely on technology and imagination in order to foster higher learning. When students open their minds, they create their best work. I believe that student creations are the product of imaginations at their very best. Nothing in the world can match up to the imagination of a child. My goal as a superhero, aka teacher, is to foster the imaginations and cognitive minds of my students so that they can create a positive future for us all.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have high expectations for my kids, a positive and upbeat (and often goofy) teaching temperament, and I run a classroom that requires respect and nothing but the best out of each student. Currently, I teach English and Academic Support in a college-prep high school, working this last year as a writing instructor, freshmen English teacher, and Academic Support moderator. Previously, I worked as the leader of Common Core alignment within my district, head of the English Department, and monitored the ESL programs within my school and lower grades. Because of my ESL training, my lessons tend to be divided between lecture/notes/discussions combined with in-class activities, group work, and school-wide activities. Simply put, I get bored doing the same thing every day so how could I expect my kids to sit through it, as well?

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

M.Ed- Graduated with Honors, 2010

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelors in English, UO Masters in Education, UO Endorsements in: - Middle/Secondary Language Arts/English - Middle/Secondary Social Studies - Middle- Various - Middle/Secondary ESOL - State Writing Scorer- OAKS- 2011-13 - SAT Essay Reader, ETS, 2014-Now - AP Language Reader, ETS, Now - AP Language and Literature- University of Texas - College Now, WR 121-23; ENG 104-06

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I love my students. When that stops, I'm going to retire. :)

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