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Students will analyze various primary and secondary sources while recording answers on the provided documents. Post the documents on your walls or in the hallway for students to browse. Topics: Station 1, Part 1: The Election of 1824 and the
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As students learn about Andrew Jackson's presidency, they decide what facts about him were positive and negative. Students will use these facts to create an argument to prove that Andrew Jackson was either a hero or villain. Each section has a
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What is jigsaw strategy? The cooperative learning strategy known as the "jigsaw" technique helps students create their own learning. Teachers arrange students in groups. Each group member is assigned a different piece of information. Group members
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TIME SAVER-- Easy way to cover the spoils system. This is a smart and straightforward approach to having students learn and process the spoils system. Students read the background, answer the questions, analyze the political cartoon and then draw
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TIME SAVER-- This worksheet is written in a fun, highly relatable way for students to understand the bank wars through humor. Your lower level students will have a very clear understand of Jackson relationship with the National Bank. Students
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Description of Video: John Green teaches you about the presidency of Andrew Jackson So how did a president with astoundingly bad fiscal policies end up on the $20 bill? That's a question we can't answer, but we can tell you how Jackson got to be
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What is a Lapbook? A lapbook is a portfolio or collection of mini-books, flaps, and folded display material,that provides interactive space for drawings, stories, graphs, graphics, timelines, diagrams, and written work, from any topic or unit
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Nullification is a difficult concept for students to understand. This POP UP Activity makes the Nullification/tariff issue EASY for students to grasp. Hands on, tactile and visual teaching strategy, brings this subject to life. I model this by
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What are Metaphors & Analogies? Metaphors and analogies are comparisons between unlike things that have some particular things in common. Why should we use them in class? Good teachers use metaphors and analogies to make new and unfamiliar
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Process this entertaining Andrew Jackson video with this easy to use printable. Students will respond to a choice of three writing prompts at the conclusion of the video
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This Mini Bundle comes with my time saver activities on The Bank Wars, Nullification Crisis and the Spoils System at a nice savings. 1. BANK WARS SOLD Individually here: This worksheet is written in a fun, highly relatable way for students to
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If you have not watched and used Shmoop videos for your history class, now is your chance. Shmoop creates hilarious and sarcastic videos to teach many subjects. Video Description: Believe it or not, the Battle of Orleans wasn't the time Drew Brees
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Students will redesign the twenty dollar bill at the culmination of your Jackson Unit. Clear Instructions/Rubric are placed on the same template that the students will use for their own twenty-dollar bill. A written component is included. Does
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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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