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This video guide includes 10 short answer/fill-in the blank questions students complete as they view the video. I have also included teacher notes to help students answer the questions. The key includes video times when the correct answers are being
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A George Lucas movie about African American fighter pilots in World War II. This is dramatic video of the 332rd African-American fighter group during World War II - And now you can have video notes to go with this it. The movie notes include 12
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Bridge of Spies is a 2015 American historical drama-thriller film directed by Steven Spielberg. Based on the 1960 U-2 incident during the Cold War, the film tells the story of lawyer James B. Donovan, who is entrusted with negotiating the release
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This is a close read assignment with text dependent questions based upon Dr. Martin Luther King's I Have A Dream Speech. The speech is set up for students to annotate and answer questions next to the text of the speech. Also, each paragraph is
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This incredible movie about McCarthyism and the struggle of Edward R. Murrow to be heard. It is a great movie for any history class.WHAT DO YOU GET?A movie guide that includes 15 short answer and fill in the blank questions.The Key which includes
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This is a thrilling episode as James and Sarah become witness to the bloody battle at Bunker Hill. The creators of the Liberty's Kids does an outstanding job of conveying the sacrifice the Americans paid in this battle. This video guide contains
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Flags of Our Fathers is a movie based on the book of the same name written by James Bradley and Ron Powers about the 1945 Battle of Iwo Jima, the five Marines and one Navy Corpsman who were involved in raising the flag on Iwo Jima, and the
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This includes 3 lessons, one PowerPoint, and guided notes. Complete Lesson Plans are included LESSON 1: PowerPoints and guided notes cover over all 27 Amendments. Teacher notes are included for most of the PowerPoint slides. There are 23 slides
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KIDS LOVES THESE and so do teachers!!!Easy to use and effective introduction informational guides for all 50 states. The guides include geography, historical, cultural, and political information for all 50 states. Each state guide is divided into
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This assignment has students analyze quotes from Dr. King and Malcolm X. The handout gives a very brief overview of Malcolm X and Dr. King. Students then analyze six quotes from each man. After students complete the handout, there is plenty
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This movie guide is from the 1979 version of All Quiet On The Western Front. It's a great way for the students to have some important concepts about World War I. The video guide includes 22 short answer questions. The questions are in
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This is one of the best Anthony Bourdain’s Part Unknown shows. I think you will agree that students will be surprised when Anthony visits Havana’s Chinatown, or explores how Cubans raced classic American cars illegally, or touches upon the issue of
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This movie guide walks your students through the details of Bernstein and Woodward in their struggle to connect all the dots as it relates to the Watergate break in. WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE: 33 Fill-in the blank and short answer questions that
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This movie guide covers the exciting drama of American volunteers flying for the French as the Lafayette Escadrille. The movie does an excellent job of giving students the feeling of how it might have felt as a pilot during WWI. This movie guide
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If you and your kids love Liberty's Kids, then this is an AWESOME deal! 5 Episodes ( 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10) These episodes are as follows: Liberty’s Kids Episode #6:”The Shot Heard ‘Round the World”. James and Sarah witness the Battles of Lexington
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If you were to show ONLY one movie in your history class, this is IT! It is an conventional war movie that will have your students talking about the meaning of war or how to perceive an enemy. This movie about the Battle of Iwo Jima from the
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The CNN “The Seventies” mini-series second episode closely examines Watergate, the investigation, and the resignation of President Nixon. This is a very thorough review of the important aspects of Watergate, the investigation and the major
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I love showing this movie during my Cold War Unit! It engages ALL students! The story is about the underdog American hockey team battling the SUPER Soviet Union hockey team for the gold medal. All this is played out in the Cold War struggle of
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The Long Walk Home is set in Montgomery, Alabama, during the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott. The movie centers on Whoopi Goldberg as Odessa Cotter, an African-American woman who works as a maid/nanny for Miriam Thompson, a well-to-do white woman
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Social Studies Super Store Timelines are helpful tools for students to “see” the chronological order historical events happen - and a great way to tie events together. Also, timelines allow for integrate Language Arts with Social Studies. As
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My path to become a teacher was a long road as the education field was a second career for me. I spent nearly six years as a system designer in the nuclear, paper, and environmental industry before becoming a teacher. But even before I returned to school, I always loved government and history. While I lived in Washington State, I was active in a local archaeological society. I worked on local Native American dig sites where we found remains of ancient people who lived along the Columbia River. Also, I was very active in politics. I held chairmanships in the local political party. I participated in campaigns, and served as a field coordinator for a presidential candidate. Later, I ran for public office twice, and was elected once. I learned invaluable experience and understanding of how our government functions with in these many positions. Later, I was the first in my family to graduate from college. In 1998, I graduated from Eastern Washington University with a BA in social Science and Secondary Education. My student teaching experience included rural and large schools. My final student teaching assignment was at Sacajawea Alternative Middle School in Spokane, Washington. Then, before I graduated I accepted a position with the Meridian School District (Now known as West Ada). I taught in the Meridian School District for 14 years, in many different middle and high schools. While with Meridian I served as the head Boys JV soccer coach and Boys assistant soccer coach Centennial High School. During my three years at Centennial, we won districts every year and won state twice. In 2009, I was assigned to work at Cambridge Elementary, Junior/Senior High School. I have taught a verity of social studies classes and created many new classes as well.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student centered activities based upon Multiple Intelligence and authentic assessments. I believe all students can learn, but I also understand student need the support of parents and family members

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

James Madison Teaching Scholarship and Fellow-2011 To be chose as a Madison Fellow was a great honor, to study with the our nations best history teachers. VFW Teacher of the year – Cambridge/Midvale-2012-2013 Recognized for working with members of the community and veterans in the area of social studies. Assistant Coach of the Year, District III EWU Alumni Association Student Leadership Award

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

2014 Western New Mexico University – Masters Degree - Interdisciplinary –History/Political Science. Grand Teton Summer Institute-We The People Civic Education (attendance July 5 – 10, 2009) The Grand Teton Summer Institute is a rigorous professional development program that brings civic educators together to teach methods appropriate to the We the People curriculum. They also participate in a simulated congressional hearing modeled on the We the People culminating activity. This seminar was held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Birmingham Civil Rights Movement Seminar-We The People Civic Education (attendance September 10-13, 2010) Constructional Rights Foundation Summer Institute-(attendance August 8-9, 2011) at UCLA. Madison Fellow Summer Institute 2012 (attendance June-July) This six credit gradate course dealt with the political, constitutional, and legal history of the framing and ratification of the Constitution of the United States. This institute was held at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. We the People: Center for Civic Education State/Regional Seminars State and regional workshops, seminars, and institutes are designed to engage attendees in insightful lectures, thorough discussions of the We the People curriculum, and participation in a simulated congressional hearing as a culminating activity. Imperial Presidency (attendance October 2010) The Summer of 1787: The Making of the Constitution (attendance February 2-5, 2011)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I was born in Walla Walla, Washington (yes, this is a real place). And I was raised in Richland, Washington. I feel my experience as an at risk student makes me a better teacher.

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