Run Laugh Teach

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Run Laugh Teach
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“[Kids] don't remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are.” ― Jim Henson, It's Not Easy Being Green: And Other Things to Consider
 
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Looking for a great way to wrap up a unit on disease or to introduce some fun research? Yes, I said it. Research can be made to be fun! This short research project is a great way to allow students to choose their own topic within certain perimeters,
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Uh oh... you don't look so good. You must have come down with a contagion! Students will love playing Contagion to discover how diseases spread differently, depending on what kind of germ they are. This game is interactive, kinesthetic, and involves
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Looking for a project that emphasizes how each student has the power to make a difference in their own community? Give the Seasons of Giving Research Project a go! In this project, students are assigned a specific charity organization of the
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These story starters are a great way to get the creative juices flowing for students. Whether you use them as a quick write to begin class or a full class writing assignment, students can find a prompt they feel inspired by to create a new piece of
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The perfect addition to a middle school or early high school short story unit, "Zoo" by Edward D. Hoch is an accessible short story with a surprising twist. This open response question has students dive into what a theme is and how the author goes
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Enjoy three structured open response prompts for the novel "Fever 1793" by Laurie Halse Anderson. These prompts are organized by difficulty to guide your students from how to answer a basic open response prompt to a more challenging question that
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Love is a treasure chest; you have to work to get it uncovered, but when you do, it's filled with a richest treasures! Teach your students the art of conceits with this quick, creative, and fun activity. Students are given multiple examples of
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I grew up in a classroom. My mother was a second and third grade teacher, so it was only natural for me to have my own teaching career. I have been teaching English Language Arts for the past decade in all grade levels from seventh grade to twelfth grade. I have taught in Maine, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Movement! Laughter! Teamwork! Lots of discussion! Personal challenges!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from the University of Maine at Farmington with a B.S. in Secondary Education English and a minor in Psychology. I then went on to earn my Master of Arts in Teaching at Brown University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I'm a runner, a mom, a photographer, a teacher, a thinker, a reader, a wife, and a person who loves to make people feel better about themselves. Why shouldn't education be the same way? Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Run.Laugh.Teach/

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