Sarah Teaches Seventh
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Students complete fun, at-home writing tasks in order to achieve WRITE(-O). Parents initial a square when their student has completed the task. Students should complete five tasks for credit. If students complete five tasks in a row and get
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This is a chart that students can keep in their binder, or glue into their English notebook, so that they can vary the transitional words and phrases they use in their writing! This chart includes words and phrases that: -show location -show
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After seeing Read-O for younger students on Two Can Do It (http://twocandoit.blogspot.com/), I knew that I would have to adapt it for my middle school students. Students complete fun, at-home literacy tasks in order to achieve Read-O. Parents
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This is a prefix and suffix worksheet that students can take home, or complete in class. Students sort words on their own by prefix and suffix. They must then analyze the words and decide what they think the prefix or suffix means. When students are
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This checklist for the eighth grade English Language Arts common core standards will help you to stay organized and on track all year long! It is color coded (great if you are a visual learner like me) and divided into three columns - one column for
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This checklist for the seventh grade English Language Arts common core standards will help you to stay organized and on track all year long! It is color coded (great if you are a visual learner like me) and divided into three columns - one column
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This is a prefix and suffix worksheet that students can take home, or complete in class. Students sort words on their own by prefix and suffix. They must then analyze the words and decide what they think the prefix or suffix means. When students are
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Older students like rewards too! In an effort to move away from candy as a reward, I created these reward coupons for older students. They include things that older students appreciate - computer time, down time, a chance to listen to music. I am
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This checklist for the ninth and tenth grade English Language Arts common core standards will help you to stay organized and on track all year long! It is color coded (great if you are a visual learner like me) and divided into three columns - one
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Want book projects that appeal to a variety of interests and learning styles? Menus are the answer! Menus give students choice and make their learning meaningful. This is a tic-tac-toe menu with possible book project ideas for middle school
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Do your students have trouble incorporating citations into their writing? Introduce them to the ACE method! ACE helps students to answer, directly cite, and explain.
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This characterization chart encourages students to gather evidence from a text before analyzing a character. Students gather direct citations and organize them according to STEAL: speech, thoughts, effects on others, actions, and looks. From there,
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Every teacher knows that a well-managed classroom begins with a solid set of expectations. I created the 5 Be's in 2008, and in the five years that I have taught, they have proven to be a very effective tool in classroom management. We discuss what
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Want book projects that appeal to a variety of interests and learning styles? Menus are the answer! Menus give students choice and make their learning meaningful. This is a checklist menu with possible book project ideas for middle school students.
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Give each student a baggie or handful of M&Ms. Students take turns removing an M&M from the bag, and sharing with their group before they can eat it. Perfect for the beginning of the year! Game asks students to share: -favorite hobby or
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Want book projects that appeal to a variety of interests and learning styles? Menus are the answer! Menus give students choice and make their learning meaningful. This is a checklist menu with possible book project ideas for middle school students.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I will be starting my sixth year of teaching this fall! In the past four years I have taught English 7, English 8, English 7 Gifted, English 8 Gifted, Advanced ESL, and Utah Studies.

MY TEACHING STYLE

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HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was the academic games coach for two years before coaching the debate team to the state finals in our first year. I have also been an AVID site team member and was the English department chair for three years.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a bachelor's degree in English, and a master's degree in teaching and learning. I also have a gifted and talented endorsement.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

When I'm not teaching, I enjoy cooking, baking, thrifting, yoga, photography, camping, hiking, reading, and writing. I post lessons and ideas at http://sarahteachesseventh.tumblr.com/