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Get your students up and moving with this causes of the Revolution Gallery Walk. Print the power point slides in full page settings for each slide. Then tape them around your classroom or in the hallway. (Students enjoy when you let them outside
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Sample Story line from BreakOut Room: The year is 1775, it still wasn't clear to most colonists what the heck was going on up in Massachusetts. The battle of Lexington could have been the first shots of the Revolutionary War or it could just as
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This unit comes with everything you need for your CSI on the Boston Massacre. Included are all primary sources and the student investigation journal. I explain how to set up your classroom ambiance and crime scene. Included is a link to the
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Awesome Battle Simulation that students love. Students take the role of either the British or Continental Army leadership and make decisions on either side of the military conflict. Their choices will reflect different point values as you the
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In this activity your students will have a blast creating an action figure of Thomas Paine. First, show the short video and complete the fill in the blank notes and then students will show what they understand by creating an action figure of Thomas
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Using a great Ted Ed video Lesson helps bring the DOI to life. These notes are easily used to keep students engaged during this video lesson. In June 1776, a little over a year after the start of the American Revolutionary War, the US
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Students are taken on a journey through these battles by marking on a map that is provided. Students work at their own pace while learning the interesting details of each of these American Revolution Battles starting with Lexington and
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This report card activity can accompany your unit and or lecture on the battles of the American Revolution. This is a great processing tool as your students learn each major battle. This worksheet includes these battles and events: Lexington and
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This American Revolution Simulation ROCKS! Engaging! Student Favorite! INTERACTIVE! The lull in the fighting brought on by the winter of 1775-6 gave the colonists an opportunity to take stock of their future. They faced fundamental issues
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Objective: Create a flip book to analyze the Declaration of Independence and its main parts and principles. Clear and easy instruction on how to create this hands on booklet are just what your class needs. All answers are included for
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Objective: Create a poster including an accurate map showing the location of the battle and accurate detail of the battle. Clear and easy instruction included for students. Grade rubric included for teacher.
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In this PBL or culminating projects students will answer this driving question: Evaluate how the different ideas between parliament and the colonist led to events of conflict and eventually the signing of the Declaration of Independence, resulting
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This fun debate style game energizes students and inspires awesome discussion! Students decide which revolutionary term wins mini bracket competitions. Bracket Competitions include: Declaration of Independence VS The Tea Act Intolerable Acts VS
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ONCE UPON A TIME...THE WORLD'S GREATEST BREAKUP WENT DOWN!!! In this PBL Unit, students create a puppet or muppet show to illustrate their understanding of the causes of the American Revolution. Using the muppets as the theme for the project
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The 'Too Late to Apologize' parody video is an excellent teaching tool and or HOOK for teaching The Declaration of Independence. If you don't know, this satirical video is a great remake of the original song ‘Apologize’ by OneRepublic, but
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Complete the conversation between Great Britain and a Patriot. Include the events and issues to show both point of views about the events leading to the American Revolution.
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This a Project Based Learning Product in which students are trying to score a recording contract with Def Jam Records. Students will create a music video answering this driving question: How did events and ideas between Great Britain and the
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Explore the literary technique of juxtaposition as it uses comparison and contrast to spark meaning. This worksheet guides the student through the steps of comparing a historical revolutionary character with a Marvel Superhero. The document is
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Differentiate your instruction for your gifted or advanced placement students. In this activity student listen to the song "One Thing Leads to Another" by the Fixx. They will match the word bank items with the song lyrics. This is an excellent
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Students will learn about the average soldier during the American Revolution. They will research war time experiences, family, occupation and more. This template can be copied and used for a variety of soldiers to research if you choose.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am on my 20th year of teaching. I am so excited to share my creative student centered experiences with others! I love to rock out the classroom! I have taught everything from Geography, Free Enterprise, English, History and Athletic Coaching.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have a high energy, exciting student centered classroom. I use simulations and movement as much as possible. I believe in being Bold, Daring, taking risks and being adventurous. Music is commonplace in my room. The most current and innovative use of technology can always be found in my classroom. #TLAP #SSTLAP

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Nominated for Disney Teacher of the Year Awarded Who's Who of America's Teachers 5 times Teacher of the month-5 times Nominated for Outstanding Teaching of the Humanities Award

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Arts- Social Studies from The University of Louisiana Master Degree- Curriculum and Instruction from Tarleton State

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