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This document contains the text for "The Story of an Hour" by Kate Chopin along with a chart for students to analyze the different types of ironies in the short story. Students will also identify elements of American Realism evident in the story.
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A twenty-day unit designed by The Pedantic Project with a nod to the 11-12 ELA Common Core Standards. The unit begins with a gallery walk that requires students to make predictions and form opinions. After that, the students will divide into
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This resource includes two separate tracking charts for Reginald Rose's play 12 Angry Men. The voting chart will help students visibly recognize the shifts in characters' opinions. A graphic organizer with writing prompt will help students track the
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The Last of the Mohicans Viewing Guide for 1992 film version with Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeleine Stowe Requires students to do the following: Identify characters Discuss Native American beliefs and ideals Identify examples of the American Romantic
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This is a lesson designed around author's purpose and bias in The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson. Students will learn how to identify and use objective and subjective language while finding and analyzing quotations from the book. This
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For this assignment, students choose a juror from the play 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose to analyze and write a 1st person POV narrative/character analysis. Included is a suggested scoring rubric and the pre-writing activities for students to
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This is a four page document (two for students and two for the key). There is a vocabulary assignment, a reading guide, and a graphic organizer requiring students to do a close read by finding textual evidence. The graphic organizer serves as a
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Students will read the text of Chapter 9 of this seminal document by William Bradford and then analyze it for rhetoric. The questions provide scaffolding by directing students to a particular section to find the answers. The teacher key has
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This activity includes a graphic organizer for events from the frame narrative in Mark Twain's "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County." Also included is a prompt for a writing analysis of author's purpose and structure. Suggestions for
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Included in this resource is a three day research-based introduction to American Realism created by The Pedantic Project. We have designed the activators and summarizers for these days to reflect The Devil in the White City. We have provided
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Poe's short story is in one column with questions and activities placed in an adjoining column. It is easy to read and easy to follow.
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This is an argumentative writing assignment for Nathaniel Hawthorne's short story "Young Goodman Brown." Three prompts are given with a quick rubric included. The file is in an editable .doc file so that you can modify your length requirement or
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This is a culminating performance assessment for the Romanticism unit in high school American Literature. Students will gather textual evidence with their own analysis. Rubric is included.
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This seating chart template has editable boxes for desks and classroom areas. You can copy and paste boxes if you need more desks, delete them if you need fewer desks, or rearrange them to represent your classroom layout. This is a great tool to use
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This document contains two activities. The first is a two-page assignment that asks students to match Emerson quotations with pre-written paraphrases. The second gives students eight statements. They must first determine if Thoreau would agree or
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This is a character motivation graphic organizer using the It Says, I Say, So... strategy. It can be used for any fiction or nonfiction work requiring textual evidence for character motivation.
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Use Poe's short story to have students practice ACE questions by writing a statement and supporting it by using textual evidence and their own words. Have students practice paraphrasing to clarify understanding. Reinforce students' understanding
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This segmented reading guide contains a suggested reading schedule with accompanying questions for The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson. Questions are not simple recall but require some analysis and deeper comprehension skills. The teacher's
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Vocabulary list with 24 terms used within the play, including legal terms relevant to understanding the play. Word bank and key provided.
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This is a writing prompt for students to synthesize their knowledge of American Romanticism and the film "The Last of the Mohicans."
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Among the three of us, we have more than 40 years of teaching experience at the high school level. One of us has taught inclusion classes for about ten years, an experience that has taught her to be especially proficient at differentiating lessons. In addition to literature classes at all secondary grade levels, among the three of us we have taught journalism, led yearbook staffs, and sponsored clubs.

MY TEACHING STYLE

The classroom is important to each of us. Our varied strengths enable us to create excellent resources collaboratively. Our teaching styles vary from traditional to practical to hands-on. Each of us, though, is grounded in best-practices, realizing that we are not teaching books but concepts and skills to young men and women whom we hope to inspire to be life-long learners.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year; STAR teacher; presenter at two state-level workshops

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Two of us have earned Educational Specialist degrees. The other holds a Masters degree. All three of us are gifted certified.

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We don't profess to have all the answers nor to be the best teachers in the world. We simply love teaching, designing lessons, and supporting other educators. If you, our customers, fellow educators, and colleagues, have any suggestions for us, we welcome them. We welcome the opportunity to expand our minds, grow our vision, and adapt to an ever-changing world in order to better educate our students.

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