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This is a compilation of free resources available to teachers for the instruction of Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. Resources were compiled from Glencoe, Shmoop, Youtube, and Google Images. This PowerPoint
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This document is used to introduce the flee map (combination of a flow map and a tree map) for essay planning. Each box represents a different paragraph. We glue this document into our interactive notebooks to be referred to when planning our
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This graphic organizer is used to introduce students to the ICE strategy for providing evidence and elaboration in short-responses. The teacher provides the question at the top. The students complete the graphic organizer by answering the question,
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In this document, students are asked to annotate their partner's essay, answer analysis questions, and evaluate their partner's essay according to the FSA Argumentation rubric.Reflection questions are included to provide constructive feedback to the
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This handout is a vertical timeline presenting both the historical periods (left side) from American History and the literary periods (right side) for American Literature. This document was originally created for an assignment where students were
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This document is a blank version of the flee map (flow map and tree map) used for planning essays. I have the labeled version of the flee map, to be used as notes, listed on Teachers Pay Teachers as well.
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This PowerPoint presentation is intended for students to practice using elaboration strategies in a creative writing assignment.
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This lesson was created to serve as a meaningful replacement to the traditional reading log. Students choose their own titles to read and complete a total of three activities total. The three activities they choose should form a straight line,
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This is an activity for students to use portions of the FSA Informational Rubric to self-assess their own essay. The activity requires students to color-mark their essays, answer analysis questions about what they did accomplish, assign their essay
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This document was created to help facilitate the scoring of student participation in a Philosophical Chairs discussion. I provided a document to each student and assigned them two peers for which to score. As their designated peer spoke, the student
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This peer review utilizes the elements and language of the FSA rubric for argumentation writing. The students reverse map their peer's essay by completing the chart on the first page. The second page is an abbreviated version of the FSA rubric that
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This document is a tree map where students can visually see the patterns they are creating in their sentences. The tree map examines the number of words in each sentence, sentence beginnings (first 4 words), end punctuation, verbs, types of
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This activity has students sort the verbs into two categories: to-be verbs (linking verbs) and not to-be verbs (action verbs). At the bottom of the document, students choose 4 action verbs and brainstorm 3 precise words for each that could have been
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This document helps students examine their use of transitions by considering the following questions. How repetitive are your transitions? Are they appropriate for what they are introducing? Is the placement of your transitions varied?
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This activity has students review a chosen body paragraph and sort the words the writer used into four categories: nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. The student then chooses one word from each category and brainstorms more specific alternatives
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I've been teaching for a total of 7 years now. I've taught both 6th and 8th grade language arts, as well as 11th and 12th grade English.

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Teacher of the Month, January 2015

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I graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Secondary English Language Arts Education. I am currently earning my Master's degree in Educational Leadership.

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