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This evaluation sheet can be used with any TED talk out there, making it great for a last minute emergency plan, extra credit, end-of-year activity, or supplementing a pre-existing unit. There is a TED for everything! This will also work with my
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This poetry analysis practice includes vocabulary work, multiple choice, short answer, and five constructed response questions. Literary elements covered are figurative language (simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole), sound effects (rhyme
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Short passage close reading practice for high school students. This passage is formatted for annotation, and comes with two MC questions, and five short answer questions that could easily be turned into constructed response. Diction, author's
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An calming way to review terminology prior to the big test(s). Contains most of the major literary terms high school students need to know, and would be a perfect filler activity to add to any unit.
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Here's the fifth in a series of close reading practice passages from Walden that collectively include questions about tone, audience, theme, parallel structure, meaning, figurative language, connotation/denotation, diction, syntax and vocabulary
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One in a series of four passages from Walden that collectively includes questions about tone, audience, theme, parallel structure, meaning, figurative language, connotation/denotation, diction, syntax and vocabulary development. Good for close
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One in a series of four passages from Walden that collectively includes questions about tone, audience, theme, parallel structure, meaning, figurative language, connotation/denotation, diction, syntax and vocabulary development. Good for close
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This short passage from Stephan Crane's "The Pace of Youth" has two constructed response questions, along with content questions on symbolism, tone, diction, character analysis, point-of-view, and making predictions. Perfect for high school
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One in a series of four passages from Walden that collectively includes questions about tone, audience, theme, parallel structure, meaning, figurative language, connotation/denotation, diction, syntax and vocabulary development. Good for close
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For any literary work, have your students locate and explain similes, metaphors, personification and hyperbole. THEN, take them to the next level by having them explain what the impact of that figurative language is on the reader and the text! It
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This unique coloring page is the perfect addition to your poetry unit. It has all the major poetry terms, along with a few extras, and is perfect for coloring with markers, colored pencils, or pens.
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This poetry analysis practice includes vocabulary work, multiple choice, and five short answer/constructed response questions. Literary elements covered are figurative language (simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole), sound effects (rhyme
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This easy to follow guide will help students prepare for a presentation on any novel or short story. Use this, along with my free handout on the elements of public speaking, for a quick easy lesson.
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A simple way to help students remember the elements of a good speech. Free and ready to share with students! It goes great with my Book Talk Prep sheet!
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Useful for note-taking and organizing information for any of the literary periods. Simple, clear, and easy to use and duplicate. This is printer and copier ready: Make two copies, and copy them front to back to save money! Are there other
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Keep track of who is reading which part on this print and go list of characters. Each characters' appearances are marked by act, so you and your students know when they have to be ready to read. Assign parts, or let students assign
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Need a quick holiday time filler? Christmas break activity? This is for you! Good for one class period or up to three, students choose a person to bestow one gift upon, explain why they chose that person and that gift. Middle school and high school
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I fished around Pinterest and Google Images and found the best journal ideas, and arranged them in a simple PowerPoint just for you! I also created three pages of custom printable journal tags!
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This close reading practice set includes all five of my Walden products in one bundle. Passages are short and accessible, and the questions are challenging. Skills/topics addressed: --Reading comprehension --Constructed Response
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Using a short excerpt from philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau's book "On the Inequality Among Mankind," students are asked to write a short essay after analyzing the passage. Choose one of the three essays, or let the kids pick: --apply the
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Sixteen years of teaching high school ELA, including remedial, exceptional, honors, and AP. I have former students in medical school and serving life sentences. It's been interesting.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I run a relaxed but focused class room: there are yoga balls and pillows, along with old school vocabulary and writing requirements. Independent reading is mandatory, as is test prep, conversations about what they read, and lots and lots and lots of writing. Also, it's kind of a nerd's paradise in my room. References to Doctor Who, Hogwarts and many other fantasy worlds abound.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Yet to be added

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor's in Professional Writing, Master's in Secondary English Education, Doctorate in..... nothing yet. Ehhhh, we adopted three more so probably not ever.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Mom of seven adopted children ranging in age from 5 to 30 Working on a book of poetry, a book of fiction, and a non-fiction parenting book. And I need to earn some vacation money because my kiddos want to go to Disney... and have you *SEEN* how much Disney is?!? Have a wonderful shopping experience!