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Geography students play "I have who has" with 32 cards and complete up to 4 extension tasks (including a map) to review the physical geography of Canada. Topics and locations covered include bodies of water, landforms, climate zones, flags,
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World Geography students play "I have who has" with 32 cards and complete up to 4 extension tasks (including a map) to review the physical geography of Europe. Topics and locations covered include the Alps, Balkan Peninsula, fjords, estuaries,
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Geography students play "I have who has" with 31 cards to review a variety of physical geography landforms. The cards include landform definitions, images, and real life references. Sample landforms include: archipelago, peninsula, reef, strait,
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World Geography students play "I have who has" with 44 cards and complete up to 3 extension tasks (including a map) to review the physical geography of America. Topics and locations covered include national landmarks, various mountain ranges,
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Students play "I have who has" with 46 cards to review the Texas Revolution from the Battle of Gonzales to the Texas Declaration of Independence and complete up to 4 extension tasks. Topics and people covered include the Castaneda, the Battle of
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Students play "I have who has" with 36 cards and complete up to 4 extension tasks to review the War of 1812. Topics and people covered include War Hawks, Tecumseh, Madison, Francis Scott Key, the Star Spangled Banner, the Battle of New Orleans, Old
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Students play "I have who has" with 40 cards to review the Texas Revolution from the Alamo to the Treaty of Velasco and complete up to 4 extension tasks. Topics and people covered include the Alamo, the Battle of Coleto, the Runaway Scrape, the
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Students play "I have who has" with 24 cards to review key causes of the Texas Revolution and complete up to 4 extension tasks. Topics and people covered include the Centralists vs Federalists, Fredonian Rebellion, Anahuac, the Nacogdoches Land
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World Geography students play "I have who has" with 48 cards and up to 4 extension tasks to review ancient Mesopotamia and the Middle East (Southwest Asia). Topics and people covered include physical geography, Hammurabi's Code, cuneiform, Kurds,
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Geography students play "I have who has" with 32 cards and complete up to 4 extension tasks (including a map) to review the physical geography of East Asia. Topics and locations covered include China, Mongolia, Japan, Taiwan, North Korea, South
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Geography students play "I have who has" with 32 cards and complete up to 4 extension tasks (including a map) to review the physical geography of Southeast Asia. Topics and locations covered include Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Philippines, Thailand,
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Geography students play "I have who has" with 36 cards and complete up to 4 extension tasks (including a map) to review the physical geography of Russia. Topics covered include landforms, bodies of water, climate zones, time zones, natural
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Geography students play "I have who has" to review landforms, and the physical geography of Europe, the United States, Canada, Russia, Mesopotamia and the Middle East, North Africa, South America, Southeast Asia, Central America, Brazil, East
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Geography students play "I have who has" with 32 cards and complete up to 4 extension tasks (including a map) to review the physical geography of the Horn of Africa. Topics and locations covered include Sudan, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia,
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Students play "I have who has" to review the American Industrial Revolution with 32 cards and 3 extension tasks (including a map!). Topics and people covered include the cotton gin, telegraph, Lowell, Slater, interchangeable parts, the Erie Canal,
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Students play "I have who has" with 64 cards and complete up to 4 extension tasks to review early American history. Topics and people covered include: Washington, Adams, Jefferson, the Alien and Sedition Acts, the Louisiana Purchase, Hamilton,
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Geography students play "I have who has" with 32 cards and complete up to 4 extension tasks (including a map) to review the physical geography of North Africa. Topics and locations covered include Libya, Egypt, Algeria, the Nile, the Sphinx,
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Geography students play "I have who has" with 36 cards and complete up to 4 extension tasks (including a map) to review the physical geography of Brazil. Topics covered include landforms, exports, bodies of water, climate zones, natural resources,
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Students play "I have who has" to review the Bill of Rights with 24 cards and 5 extension questions and tasks. The cards cover the rights in the first 10 amendments and real life scenarios for each amendment. The extension tasks can be completed
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World Geography students play "I have who has" with 36 cards and complete up to 4 extension tasks (including a map) to review the physical geography of Central America (Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua).
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have most frequently taught 10th grade World Civ and US History, but have also taught 11th Honors US History, Medieval History to a mixed class of 9th-12th, and Geography to freshmen. I am currently teaching 6th grade World Geography, 7th grade Texas History, and 8th grade US History.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Dynamic!!! Out of the textbook!!! I am constantly moving, constantly interacting with students, and when my students work in groups or individually delve deeper into the material, I burst with excitement when I see them "get it" or enjoy the given project. I love having students work collaboratively and try not to repeat assignment/project types/styles per semester. It is a challenge that keeps me on my toes and helps keep the students engaged and not bored. I also LOVE giving students the history that textbooks don't necessarily focus on or go deeply into, and I always try to give them a glimpse of everyday life for what we are studying and make it relevant so my students stay interested.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Some of my most rewarding moments in the classroom include students saying, "I didn't like history until you taught it to me," when the student who had been silent for months answered a question with college level eloquence and knowledge, and when parents would tell me that the most they heard about their child's school day was what was going on and being discussed in my class.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have both a Masters and Bachelors from Tulane University. My MA is in US History. My thesis was about America's Role During the Holocaust. I graduated with a BA Cum Laude in European History, Political Science, and Classics. I received my teaching certification from McKendree University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

My passion for teaching and history is at times overwhelming, but in the best way. I am constantly thinking of new activities to bring into my classroom and new ways to challenge my students and myself. I love teaching, I love history, and I want to share activities my students have loved with other teachers. You can reach me at stephanieshistorystore@gmail.com or by leaving a comment on my blog: Stephanie's History Store Blog

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