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This menu or choice board of literacy activities is based on Bloom's Taxonomy and aligned with the Common Core ELA Standards for fourth grade. These activities are easily adapted to content areas such as science and social studies. A great way to
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This Common Core ELA plan centers on a fictional account of Harriet Tubman's young life, the book MINTY by Alan Schroeder. This balanced literacy plan includes ideas for using the read aloud, a writing prompt as well as ideas for word work. The
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This is a homework choice board for social studies in the intermediate or elementary grades ( grades 3-5). The activities range from the very simple to the more involved and will allow the teacher to include a differentiated review based on the
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This Native American webquest creates a scrapbook poster project to display in a class or school Native American History Museum. The cultural regions of the Pacific Northwest, the Southwest, the Plains, the Southeast, and the Eastern Woodlands are
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This Common Core ELA project centers on famous Americans in biographies by author Jean Fritz. The tasks in the activity require students to summarize nonfiction texts using poetry patterns. The project can be easily adapted for Presidents' Day or
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A back to school activity that includes a reading interest survey based on THE BOOK WHISPERER by Donalyn Miller. This booklet includes a "getting to you" art and writing project to help students design a collage of their favorite things. There are
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Based on the Common Core ELA reading and writing for fourth grade, this nonfiction writing activity is based on summarizing a text. Students create a pyramid based on reading about American presidents. The finished summary could make a classroom
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This Common Core ELA activity creates a tea-stained map with an explorer biopoem. The project comes with a rubric and is based on South Carolina's Social Studies Standards for fourth grade although it is easily adjusted to fit any explorer.
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Several hands on activities for making reading comprehension an interactive learning experience. Studies have shown that making learning more brain-based and using movement helps in both new learning and memory. A foldable graphic organizer, a
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A history four frame can help students summarize important key historical events by looking at the problems, cause –and-effect relationships, changes, and conclusion in an easy, organized way. This graphic organizer was designed to help students
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A easy to use word or fact sort template that can be used as a literacy center, homework, or as an assessment. This idea is easily used in content-areas. A fact sort for the Pacific Northwest and Southwestern Native Americans of the US is included.
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This activity could be used several ways: to review across subject areas if you are a self-contained teacher, as a way to review across several strands or standards within a subject area, to review categories that you may choose ( vocabulary,
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This Common Core ELA Activity is based on a student choice board. The activity includes a celebration of African Americans in literature and history aimed for students in grades 3-5. The tic tac toe board celebrates several individuals that are
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This is an all-in-one progress report that includes a brief newsletter that can be kept at home if needed. My partner teacher and I used the top to inform parents of what we taught in class so that the classwork and tests or quizzes were explained
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This is a summer reading incentive program where children and students read categories or genres that may easily be found during the summer months such as menus, guides, brochures, and books with movie ties while challenging them to become experts
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FREEBIE: "What Would George Washington Think?" is a Common Core ELA Writing activity that can be used after a study of President Washington, as a center, or as an independent writing activity in any grades 3-5 balanced literacy classroom. Students
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This is a word map that I created because I wanted several different elements addressed that would help my students correctly use the new vocabulary in both writing and speaking. By adding both people and places where the word may be used, students
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am veteran teacher with 25 years experience. I have worked in the same rural school in a small town for 20 years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My classes are literacy-based, brain-based and involve movement, role play, and the use of manipulative objects and props. I do not use my textbook much but prefer using good literature. Despite being a content area teacher, I use many reading strategies especially for students who are struggling with comprehension or are in special ed. I have a very "hands-on" approach to learning and always look for new ways to reach those students.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Clemson University, B.A. (1985)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am an avid reader, a history nerd, a sometime genealogist, an always curious novice and self-taught tech-geek and a lifelong learner.