Stephanie's Shop

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“We read to know we're not alone.” ― William Nicholson, Shadowlands.
 
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This 64-slide presentation offers a comprehensive overview of the History of Drama, spanning from its roots in ancient Greece to drama as it was after 1700. Topics included are as follows: dramatic terns (deux ex machina, chorus,etc) significant
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This activity is a great way to introduce students to the terms and concepts taught as a part of the drama history lesson. Terms include the names of major Greek and Roman playwrights, elements of the theater and other terms.
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This presentation gives a comprehensive overview of the history of drama, beginning with its origins in ancient Greece through the 19th century.
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This notesheet is designed to accompany the Drama Powerpoint I created in order to keep students engaged during the lesson. It also serves as a study guide!
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In this lesson, students are writing a dramatic interpretation of a scene from the short story "Lather and Nothing Else." It can be easily adapted to any short story or even a chapter from a novel. Students work collaboratively to select and adapt
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For this project, students will be putting together a collection of “found poetry” for each fiction selection read in your particular unit. A found poem consists of words, phrases, and sometimes even whole sentences that students “find” in a work
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Introduce a unit on Fiction or use as a refresher or review. Includes a PowerPoint accompanied by a reproducible note-taking handout to keep students engaged, as well as a teacher copy of the answers. Print out slides of the PowerPoint to distribute
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This 28-slide Powerpoint provides instruction on sentences in the following areas: classification stucture type phrases clauses complements Lesson is designed with grades 7-10 in mind, but can be used for remediation in upper level classes.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been a public school teacher in Georgia for almost 14 years teaching 9th-12th grade.

MY TEACHING STYLE

There is definite structure to my lessons, but I always bear in mind that each class is very different from the others I teach. What works in first period may not work in fourth period, so I can easily adapt and adjust as needed. Some classes need more rigid discipline than others, so I conduct each class according to its climate. I'm flexible and accomodating when needed, and I am always open to suggestions from my students about what works in class and what doesn't. It's not unusual for me to teach a lesson in the morning, discover a better method, and then alter it for the afternoon classes. Student feedback is very important to me, as well as establishing positive, nurturing relationships that hopefully encourage respect and trust among my students.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was awarded Teacher of the Year for my county in the early part of 2000, and have received Teacher of the Month on several occasions.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I was a public school student my entire academic career and graduated from a vocational high school in Georgia in 1986. After high school, I enrolled in college and attended classes for a year. After my freshman year, I opted to work in order to help with bills at home, and then later returned to school and graduated with a degree in English from the State University of West Georgia. I obtained my master's degree in 2008 from Troy University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

My husband is also an educator in the same school system as I; he teaches sophomore World History, so we share many of the same students. I have twins--a boy and a girl--who will be starting first grade (yikes!) in the fall. I enjoy reading, writing, music and theater and have performed on the stage intermittently since I was in high school. My all-time favorite novel is The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, so teaching it is such an absolute joy for me to be able to share it with my students.

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