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This mini lesson works well with 4th-8th graders when introducing the topic of Respect. It give concrete examples of how we respect ourselves, each other and our environment. Students are asked to share their own suggestions for these 3 areas as
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This 3-sheet set includes graphic organizers for Poetry Analysis. Page 1 is the Student Worksheet; Page 2 is the Teacher's Answer Sheet; and, Page 3 is a Generic version which can be used for other poems. Great lesson for the introduction to
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This comprehensive, single-poem worksheet can be used with any figurative language prose for successfully helping students analyze content and meaning. Geared for students in grades 4th - 8th, worksheet can be included as an in-class lesson, or
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These user-friendly worksheets can be utilized in whole class, small group, or independent practice as an introduction to poetry or figurative language. References include familiar poets with topics ranging from animals to silliness. Geared toward
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Persuasive writing can be tricky to teach if students are not familiar with vocabulary words associated with the skill. This lesson will introduce students to antonyms in paired terms, and demonstrate how a topic or point of view can be composed
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Great "Back to School" activity for middle school students. This printable replicates a social networking site while giving students a chance to express themselves creatively. Can be used as a bulletin board display or cover sheet within a
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"Video Review 1-2-3" is a great way for students to gather information and reflect on a movie viewed in class. Facts, questions and opinions are gathered in a unique way. This worksheet helps to eliminate the boring, generic movie reviews. Great
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Students work in teams of 3-4 students to create a fictitious town based on clues given for using cardinal directions. Large chart paper is recommended along with colored markers, pencils or crayons. Creativity is encouraged as long as directions
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Guidelines for writing a news article about a Hero studied. Great lesson for students in grades 5th - 8th. Lesson asks students to follow the 5 W's & 1 H format. Can be incorporated into Language Arts, History or Character Education lessons.
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This worksheet is a quick, easy "at-a-glance" activity that helps students review any website while researching information for reports or projects. Designed around a 3-2-1 format, learners are asked to find "3" facts, compose "2" questions, and
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This worksheet is a great guide for students to use as they search the Internet and look for notes on the topic of Tolerance. Four samples sites are given, along with spaces for independent searches. Can be used with 4th-8th graders to take notes
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The inspirational story, "The Cracked Pot" (author unknown) has been used in character education lessons with middle and high school students. This lesson includes the story and reflective questions. Lesson is titled, "The Cracked Pot - A Lesson
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Spelling puzzle to review commonly misspelled words. Twelve words are given a variety of spelling formats - only one is the correct spelling. If students choose correctly, they can figure out the "lame" joke at the bottom of the page. Worksheet
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A clever story and writing activity to boost homophone skills. Students read and try to find the 35 mistakes in the story, then learners rewrite they story with corrections on a separate sheet of paper. Teacher's answer sheet included.
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This quick lesson gives students definitions, samples, and practice for developing leads in various writing topics. Summary, scenic, punch, quotation, question, and appealing leads are all explained and examples shared to assist learners in
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A fun activity which allows students to incorporate art and creativity into figurative language skills. Students complete sentences about their facial features, identify if the statement is a simile or metaphor, then draw their portrait in the
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A quick review of Figurative Language terminology - rhyme, simile, metaphor, personification, and hyperbole. This worksheet can be used for pre- and post-assessments. Answer Key included.
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Alphabetizing skill sheets for students in grades 3rd-8th. Based on "Mad Minutes" (for math), these sheets are timed and allow students to show their proficiency in letter order. These lessons have shown great improvement with all types of learners
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Alphabetizing skills for students in grades 3rd-8th. Based on "Mad Minutes" (for math), students are timed as they attempt to fill in blanks for grouping sets of letters. Lessons work with a variety of learners. This set includes instructions and
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User-friendly graphic organizer which can be used by peers, supervisors or guests as an observation tool for collecting anecdotal notes and data.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Middle School educator for 30+ years. I've taught most subject areas: Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Math, Advisory, Journalism, Yearbook and Art. I've also tutored students in grades K-8 in a variety of subjects.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Constructivist

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2011 Hawaii District Teacher of the Year

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.A. in Elementary Education from Linfield College, McMinnville, OR M.Ed. in Special Education from University of San Diego, Alcala Park, CA EdD in Instructional Leadership, Argosy University, Honolulu, Hawaii

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Currently working on a middle grade/young adult novel!

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