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Are you looking to fill in a few class periods before finals? Need something to keep kids busy on the last days of school? These activities are guaranteed fun! Your students will be engaged while they use their brains to answer general knowledge
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Using teacher-selected "articles of the week" (or to be used in conjunction with Kelly Gallagher's "Article of the Week" series), students will work throughout the week to write, edit, and revise their own responses. They will then publish their
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For use with a short story unit or creative writing unit. Once students have finished writing their short stories, this station activity gets them moving around the room to focus on the specifics of their stories: dialogue, spelling &
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This is a station activity to be used with The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. After teaching students about literary criticism (particularly feminist and Marxist theory), have them put their knowledge to the test! This activity allows
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This project can be done after reading and studying Romeo & Juliet. This is a research project that is inspired in some ways by the play but is not directly related. Students will be able to choose any topic they would like to research that is,
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Need a fun activity for the Friday before break? Want to reward your students for a job well done? Offer them a "trivia night"! This activity is modeled on common trivia night rules. There are 5 rounds that include general knowledge trivia as well
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This bundle includes 16 worksheets: one for each character during the trial scene (and one for a juror - which can be duplicated for multiple students.) This can be used with a read-aloud of the trial scene; each student will receive a worksheet
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A set of color-coded, differentiated reading discussion cards to be used with ANY novel! Cards are color-coded for easy differentiation for the teacher, but not obvious to the students. Blue arrow: comprehension questions Purple arrow:
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Need a fun activity for the Friday before break? Want to reward your students for a job well done? Offer them a "trivia night"! This activity is modeled on common trivia night rules. There are 5 rounds that include general knowledge, logos, movie
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Have your students take on the role of psychologist and complete a personal background and assessment of Romeo, Juliet, or both! Students must find textual evidence to help them have a deeper understanding of the issues facing the title characters
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Students research the significance of each character's name with this handout. What is the meaning of each name? What is the cultural or mythological significance? Help your students to understand author's purpose and characterization while
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What do you do on the Friday for break? Or the period after your students have sat for standardized tests? Or any of those other awkward times when you want to do something fun but still want it to be relevant to your class? This game is the
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This is a simple worksheet for students to use to compile textual evidence to show blame throughout Romeo & Juliet. Each of the characters (plus "fate") is listed along with space for students to copy two quotes. Students must also assign each
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Students conduct research on a specific Harlem Renaissance poet, write an obituary, and create a reading activity for their peers. In groups, students teach their classmates about the poet they researched. When students teach their peers, their
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Use this pretty planning sheet to help you get through your day! I laminated mine and taped it to my desk. I use some Vis-a-Vis markers and never have the problem of random post-its, crumpled pieces of paper, or lost notes to remember. Everything
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my fourth year teaching English in a public school setting. I have previously taught 9-12th grades and am currently teaching 9th and 10th grades.

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In order for students to become productive, effective members of the 21se century society they will be living and working in, it is essential to help students learn to become active learners. This means giving up some control and letting our students do some of the heavy lifting when it comes to their own education.

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