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This resource is a 22 page document of lessons, activities and rubric or checklist assessments for a complete business communications unit. Students are challenged to study the genre of business communications, informal and formal language, memos,
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This unit is a 21 page package of resources for a comparison unit that focuses on the texts, The Lord of the Flies (novel by William Golding) and Mean Girls (2004 Film by director Mark Waters). The unit includes reading comprehension and higher
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This resource contains the following: - proper MLA referencing for Shakespearean texts - questions about the difference between reading and viewing Shakespearean texts - specific Act by Act study questions for the play, Merchant of Venice that
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This resource focuses on the skill of character analysis, through a close reading of the short story, "The Interlopers" by H.R. Munroe. This resource does NOT include a copy of the short story, however it is available at:
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This is a simple research page activity that asks students to visit a variety of websites, then respond to questions about Shakespeare's Sonnets. It is the ideal resource to use BEFORE beginning a sonnet study, as it is not an actual close study of
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This is a 24 page resource that includes a complete unit plan for a thorough, higher level thinking study of the play, Romeo and Juliet. It includes pre-reading activities, during reading activities and a essay culminating activity as well as
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This resource is an ideal way to begin a course. Students are asked to use the writing process (brainstorming, creating an outline, creating a rough copy, editing, creating a good copy) to either write an autobiography or a biography about another
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This resource is an internet research activity that challenges students to research information about Elizabethan England, Shakespeare and the play, Romeo and Juliet. The resource also challenges students to be critical of their resources and argue
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This is a simple, one page handout that can be used as a formative or evaluative activity for any subject that requires students to take and keep good notes. The resource includes a brief explanation of why note-taking is important, key tips for
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This resource is great for a Civics, Government or Leadership course. It challenges students to research a volunteer organization in their community and create a power point presentation for their peers about that organization, as well as to
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This resource is a study guide for the play, Twelve Angry Men, by American playwrite Reginald Rose. The resource includes a definition section, as well as study questions for each of the three Acts. The study questions in this resource focus on both
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This is a collection of resources that would support a unit with a focus text of the short story, "On the Sidewalk, Bleeding". There are a variety of formative resources included that focus on literary elements: mood, theme, symbol,
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This resource is an essay assignment. It provides students with ten possible choices for essay topics, and leads them through a step by step guide concerning how to write a basic essay, with examples as well as the steps of the writing process and
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This is a fantastic poetry unit for academically oriented secondary students that focuses on the theme of 'romantic love'. The unit spans approximately 2 weeks of teaching days, depending on the level of the students, and the actual period teaching
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Various activities to support special education students with stress management in a learning strategies classroom. Activities include, active reading, reflective questions, handouts to support stress busting activities, a stress journal chart and a
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This resource is a seminar activity concerning the novel, Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley.Students are given a selection of seminar topics and are asked to work individually, in pairs, or groups (depending on class size) to create a seminar for the
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This resource is a group focused study guide that leads students through various higher level thinking questions about the play, Romeo and Juliet. The questions are organized into three groups: Act 1, Acts 2/3, Acts 4/5. The resource also comes with
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This is a SmartBoard presentation about the Shakespearean play, Romeo and Juliet. It is a great way to begin a unit on the study of this play, and includes slides about: the history of the play, the setting, characters in the play, the
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This activity is for learning strategies teachers to encourage students to share their learning skills with their teachers on a semester by semester basis. It challenges students to reflect on their skills, goals and to communicate their learning
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This resource offers students two possible options to complete a culminating activity for the play, Twelve Angry Men by American playwrite, Reginald Rose. This resource also includes a rubric that can be adapted to either culminating activity.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a classroom teacher at a small, rural high school in Ontario, Canada for the past 13 years. I am also currently the department head of English/Literacy, and have also held the title of department head of Special Education. My teaching practice has included grades 9-12, in the Academic (University prep), Applied(College prep) and Local (Workplace prep) streams. I have mainly taught English courses, however have also occasionally taught History, Civics, Art and Government. Recently, I have also expanded my practice to e-learning and have taught multiple courses via this platform. Another interest of mine is writing and/or editing curriculum or units for my local school board, which is often a summer opportunity I pursue.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I aim to create classroom materials that are based on the application of diagnostic assessment to gauge student starting points, formative assessment to enhance student learning and gain feedback as a teacher, assessment as the student is learning to ensure learning is taking place and then finally evaluative assessment. My teaching style is inquiry based, student centered and attempts to focus on student engagement, especially through the use of 'hot topics' and technology.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

My qualifications include the following: Honors B.A. English/History; B.Ed. Intermediate/Secondary - English/History; Special Education Part 1; Honors Specialist: History; Literacy Department Head

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am a married mother of 3, and enjoy quiet country living on our family farm. My family is also deeply engaged in attempting to reduce our ecological footprint by living off the land as much as possible. We have our own chickens, rabbits, a large garden and we are active fishers and hunters.