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Students will read a variety of informational texts prior to reading John Hersey's nonfiction account on Hiroshima. The texts will provide background information about the decision to drop the bombs.
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Students will analyze informational texts, annotate for claims that supports their position, find evidence from the text see History Extra for informational text
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Begin by reading a poem related to Hiroshima; identify the central idea Hersey uses and what literary device/technique he uses to develop the central idea. Cooperative group work for students to assess information from the text and assessment is a
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Students will read chapter 2, work in groups as they answer comprehension questions referring to their tool chart and culminating in a Regents based assessment
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Students will practice the technique of interviewing; Do Now includes students reading a poem related to WWII and identify the central idea and how it is developed using a literary technique or device; assign a Regents based assessment task
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reading strategies and guided questions are implemented into the lesson to provide students with a mastery of the readings. The culmination of these readings/activities will be a hands on group project enabling students to create their own horror
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For students to discuss the event and the people introduced in chapter 1 Discuss chapter 1: Who, What, Where, When, Why for six survivors…keep a Survivor Tracking Form Tool Table is inserted in lesson
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How does Robert L. Stevenson use mood to capture and build suspense in “Dr Jekyll Was Quite at Ease” and “The Carew Murder Case”?
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Analyze the psychological, emotional and physical effects that the evil Hyde has on Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Utterson, and Dr. Lanyon.
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Students will develop an understanding of the difference between open and close ended questions. This activity will provide students with the tools they need to develop higher level critical thinking skills. The activity is collaborative and
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This Extended Response asks students to use a literary device (mood) that connects with the mystery in this story
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Analyze Dr. Jekyll’s relationship to the setting in Chapter 5 “Incident of the Letter.”
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Use of one writing strategy (literary or rhetorical device) build suspense to help solve the mystery of Dr. Lanyon’s terrorizing experience in chapter 8 “The Last Night”?
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Discuss the truth about man’s dual nature that Dr. Lanyon comes to realize through his experience with Dr. Jekyll’s experiment.
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Essay addressing the theme of duality in human nature.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been teaching for 16 years at both private and public schools as well as city college. My area of specialization is English. In private school, I've taught Reading grades 6-8 and public school, which I am currently employed, I teach English to both 9th and 10th grades. During my time at La Guardia Community College, I focused on helping students prepare for the ACT Exam. I also had the opportunity to co-author a book called Interact With Act which focuses on close reading strategies to help students prepare for the ACT test.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I consider my teaching style to be very structured. I always start with an engaging activity that is timed and rigorous, such as an interpretation of a quote. My lessons are rooted in Common Core and I closely follow the strategies provided in Engage NY I also used collaborative strategies to help students with various annotation techniques to help them with close reading and interactive skills.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I just recently received an award in December 2014 Teachers of Tomorrow Award for Teachers who are new to the DOE and received Effective on their rating.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

St. John's University and New York University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I feel blessed that I have found a career that is both challenging and rewarding. Although my days begin and end with school, I do find time to take dance classes to keep me fit both physically and mentally.I also have a passion for going to Broadway shows.

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