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This is a PowerPoint I made for my level 2 ELL class. They were s curious about US History that I designed a 3 week unit going over some of the basics. PowerPoint includes several short videos showcasing the homes of some of the Founding Fathers. To
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A PowerPoint I made to teach my ELL kiddos some of the basics of the American Revolution. This has also gone over well in my 8th grade US History class.
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Simplified for the ELL/ESL/ELD Student. Can be used with any fictional work you want to use in introducing Elements of Fiction.
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Students will gain a better understanding of other cultures by exploring creation myths from around the world. Lesson takes approximately 2 hours or 2 50 minute class periods. This is a lesson plan I first developed for my AP World History class.
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A fun lesson plan to teach students the influence current events has on popular culture. Students will explore the Cold War through television, films, and other popular entertainment of the time. Objectives: 1. Students will be able to describe the
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Teach students to use adjectives in sentences and paragraphs with a fun sensory activity. This lesson is designed for lower grades and ELL/ESOL students. The lesson includes instructions activity worksheets and lesson extensions.
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Simple graphic organizer for students to record the places they have learned about. I first designed this graphic organizer for my ELL kiddos but have since adapted it for my Geography and History students. Students can record the places they are
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Bundle includes graphic organizers and instructions on how to use them. Also includes description of terms and guidelines any campaign manager needs to know. Great resource to add to lesson about Civics and Civic engagement. I've used this in my
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Designed based on the Stanford University model "Thining Like A Historian." Students will learn about the American Revolution and pracice critical thinking skills with this PowerPoint.
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In this unit students will create their own virtual Holocaust Museum and memorial. The students will find artifacts that relate to different topics and themes involving the Holocaust. Students will be asked to reflect on themes of forgiveness and
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This is a great activity to have kids jigsaw. Break students up into 4 small groups and have them read the creation myths of these 4 African cultures. Each group reads one myth then, as a class, they teach the others through the jigsaw method.
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A fun project that asks students to delve into the Asian continent and design a theme park based on a specific region of the continent. Students are asked to create thematic areas with rides and restaurants that take into account geography, culture,
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A comparative lesson plan designed to make students think like historians using the Stanford model. Using a grpahic organizer students will compare famous anti-desegregation and anti-communist photographs with current images. In the end students
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This is a unit I did about feminism in my Art History class. The lesson involves a short PowerPoint on feminist film theory. I would recommend following this up with the short film "The Leap From the Water Tower" (1915) starring Helen Holmes from
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This is a 9 weeks project where students study, blog and podcast about financial literacy. Students pick various topics to blog and podcast about on a weekly basis while trying to earn money for their families and reach financial independence first.
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This is the very first lesson I created for my ESOL class that centered around US History. I have included in this bundle all PowerPoints, graphic organizers, videos, lesson plans, links to additional resources, and culminating quizzes used during
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A short power point to go along with unit on immigration and American symbolism.
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This is a 3 day lesson plan teaching Elements of Fiction to my Level 1 & 2 ELL students. I used selected text from Reading A-Z, but you cn supplement any text. The lesson teaches students the 5 + 1 strong questions. - Who - What - Where -
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Pack your bags we are going on a trip through history! With these graphic organizers students can learn about and record information about several of the founding members of the United States while also visiting historical landmarks. A great
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have worked in education since 2009 and have an extensive background in working with diverse student populations. I have taught middle and high school social studies courses as well as English Language Learners (ELL) in grades 6-8.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style demands a cooperative learning environment where students take ownership of their learning and engage in the process through group and personal projects. My methodology reflects that of IB schools. I also have extensive training in SIOP lesson planning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

My students have won writing awards at the district level and presented their work at teaching colleges in Nebraska.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I hold two (2) masters degrees: 1) Masters of Political Science and, 2) Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction. My background includes a focus on International Relations and Political Theory with a minor in History of the Holocaust and Social Justice. My second graduate degree focused on the social sciences with a minor in teaching English Language Learners and linguistics. I have worked in the education field with a group supporting the education of migrant farm workers and their children. I have worked with indigenous youth and reservation schools since 2012.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I came to teaching in a very atypical manner. A gifted learner that grew bored with school, I eventually dropped out during high school only to obtain my GED and eventually go to college. It was during my time in college I fell in love with learning all over again and became involved in youth education. Through the guidance of two wonderful professors I began to think about education as a career.

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