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Missouri Compromise Map Analysis This simple worksheet explains the background of the Missouri Compromise, then has students coloring a map of Free and Slave states based on the Compromise's agreements. After completing the map, 8 analysis
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Civil War Interactive Notebook! This download features 15 Interactive Notebook pages for American History that cover the Civil War through Reconstruction. The Interactive Notebook pages include graphic organizers, creative foldable templates,
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Reconstruction Interactive Evaluation Project This excellent, interactive student activity has your class assuming the roles of various people during the Age of Reconstruction and evaluating how they would feel about Reconstruction. Students are
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Civil War Stations Activity: Comparing the Union and Confederacy This is a fantastic lesson to get your students out of their seats and moving around the room while they work together to analyze the Union and Confederacy before the Civil War. Six
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Harriet Tubman & the Underground Railroad - Choose Your Own Adventure Reading This fantastic, interactive story brings your students into history! In this reading, students assume the role of a slave in 1852 who is given a chance to runaway
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Emancipation Proclamation Worksheet This is a simple worksheet to help students understand the basics of Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation. It helps explain why it was issued as well as the actual and symbolic effects of the document on
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This is a great PowerPoint lesson to help students understand how sectionalism affected America's growth from 1820-1860. The Missouri Compromise, Compromise of 1850, and Kansas-Nebraska Act are all explained along with maps students color and
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Civil War and Reconstruction Complete Unit Bundle This is a fantastic bundle of incredible resources to teach your entire Civil War and Reconstruction units! It includes interactive notebook pages, 4 amazing PowerPoints, a film guide, primary
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This is a wonderful, creative cooperative-learning project in which students read about a major American reform movement of the 1800's and create a magazine cover to present about their topic. Included are short readings and primary sources on six
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Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation & Gettysburg Address 3D Foldable This fun, "craftivity" has your students read a short, one page story about President Abraham Lincoln and his two most famous works: the Emancipation Proclamation and
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Glory Civil War Movie Guide This printable worksheet goes along with the incredible Civil War movie "Glory". This is the one movie I make sure to show my students every year because of how powerful it is. The film follows the true story of the
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Kansas-Nebraska Act Map Analysis Worksheet This simple worksheet explains the Kansas-Nebraska Act, what it did, and the effect it had on America before the Civil War. Students then color a map of Free and Slave states/territories based on the
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Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg Address & Emancipation Proclamation Primary Source Analysis Included in this lesson are 9 primary sources that refer to either President Lincoln's Gettysburg Address or the Emancipation Proclamation. These include
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Reconstruction PowerPoint Lesson This engaging, visually powerful PowerPoint covers essential knowledge of the period of Reconstruction after the Civil War. The 22 slides feature powerful pictures to engage your visual learners, English-language
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Civil War Worksheet - Marriage Counseling for the Union This is a fun activity to use at the beginning of your Civil War unit! Students imagine that the split between the Union and Confederacy was like a divorce and send them to marriage
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This worksheet includes a stunning 2-page excerpt from Nat Turner's jailhouse "Confessions" regarding the slave uprising he led in Virginia in 1831. It includes graphic details of how he and his followers went from house to house in Southampton
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Civil War Primary Source Reading Activity This excellent primary source features an amusing story of a Confederate soldier in the Civil War attempting to get a haircut before battle. Students read the story, then answer several comprehension
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Civil War Leaders "Magic Portrait" Lesson This amazing, magical lesson includes a PowerPoint of leading Civil War era figures including Frederick Douglass, John Brown, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, Ulysses S. Grant,
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Civil War Battles PowerPoint Presentation This is a fantastic, visually-engaging PowerPoint that covers the resources of both the North and South, essential knowledge about each Civil War battle, and the results. After starting with a warm up,
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Civil War Task Cards This is a fantastic set of 25 task cards related to the US Civil War and Reconstruction! Each task card features a question or statement that students must analyze and answer on an included response sheet. Topics covered
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have 13 years of experience teaching all levels of social studies in diverse schools across all income levels in New Jersey, Florida, and Northern Virginia. For most of those years, I've taught both World and US History, however I also have experience teaching AP Human Geography, Government, Economics, and a class called "The American Mosaic" on American culture. I've also been a School Testing Coordinator and focused on ways to make the testing experience more positive for the school community.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I know how hard it is to engage a modern, diverse classroom full of students at low reading levels, English language learners, advanced students, and students with special needs. That's helped me to learn to create dynamic lessons that students enjoy, while covering state and national standards that utilizes critical thinking.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I've had lessons published by the Society for Historians of Foreign Wars (SHAFR), the Gilder Lehrman Institute, and on our county-wide teacher resource network. Also, I have been selected to lead multiple county-wide teacher development courses and in-services.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA in History & Writing from the University of Tampa MA in Educational Leadership from George Mason University

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