The Capricious Kitten

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The Capricious Kitten
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"Good art is not what it looks like, but what it does to us." - Roy Adzak
 
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This is a presentation with myths and facts about Solar Eclipses. It details different cultural belief and folktales regarding eclipses and then details what they actually are with visual examples.
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This unit on the connection between the styles of Keith Haring and The Aborigines includes: * A PowerPoint presentation * A WebQuest on Keith Haring * Guided Discussion Questions * Informal Assessment (quiz) * Rubrics for Project and WebQuest
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This a brief presentation on Labor Day and its origin.
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This is a blank Cornell notes template that can be printed front and back for students to use in class. It can be handy to have them already made, especially when teaching them to use this technique to take notes.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught high school English/Writing for two years. I also taught Geography for a year. But I have been teaching visual arts, my true passion, for almost five years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

With regards to Art, I prefer to teach processes and techniques and then allow the student to explore and develop their skills through practice. My focus with ELA is to develop literacy and critical thinking skills through multiple methods and assessments.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was asked to develop a new curriculum for my district's Creative Writing requisite course for incoming freshmen.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated with my Bachelor's degree in Art and Art History from East Tennessee State University in 2011. I returned to ETSU to get my Master of Arts in Teaching degree and graduated in 2013.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

In my free time, I focus on my own artistic endeavors, as well as run a blog and take care of my sweet nephew Carson.

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