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Included is an impromptu speech rubric that I use in my public speaking units for my high school courses -- Model UN and Street Law. The weights of different categories can be adjusted to reflect class-specific learning goals. Best for instructors
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Included is a rubric that I use for formal debates in my high school courses - Model UN and Street Law. The rubric assesses the team's performance, as well as the individual team member's performance and contributions to the debate. The weights of
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A powerpoint that allows students to play the "$100,000 Pyramid" review game with the points and motions that make up Parliamentary Procedure. I created this for my Model UN class, but it is easily used for a government course, and any subject that
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A powerpoint that allows students to play the "$100,000 Pyramid" game to review vocabulary related to law. This game was developed for the first unit of my Street Law course. The game features words such as: jurisprudence, mediation, statute,
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This handout provides background guides to four contentious topics in international politics, including: (1) the use of torture, (2) the use of capital punishment, (3) immigration and open borders, and (4) foreign aid requirements. Each topic comes
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Included is a ready-to-use rubric to assess student position papers. The rubric assesses areas such as: (i) the introduction to the issue, (ii) the position and evidence related to the issue, (iii) the closing recommendation, and (iv) conventions.
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Included are background guides and debate questions for six different, contentious legal issues, including: (1) capital punishment, (2) adult sentencing for juveniles, (3) attorney-client privilege, (4) mandatory minimums, (5) courts in a democracy,
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I use these homework passes as a positive incentive for students to perform well on assessments. Students that receive a 95% or higher earn one of these cards, which excuses them from a homework assignment of their choice. It is recommended that
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This lesson teaches students about the Boston Massacre in an engaging way, having them act as detectives to read and evaluate different accounts of the event. The lesson starts by setting the scene, having students take on the role of detectives in
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This Jeopardy game reviews early American history, covering the regions of the thirteen colonies, the French & Indian War, the taxation put forth by Britain, the lead-up to the revolution, and the American Revolution. Intended for middle school
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This activity/handout provides a structured setting for students to give one another's essays feedback as the begin the revision process. This workshop focuses on the quality of the introduction and thesis, the structure of the essay and its body
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This assessment to the introductory unit of a geography course assesses students' understanding of main ideas, maps, and directions. This original test is developed from the content in "Geography Alive!" from the Teacher's Curriculum Institute.
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This handout/activity guides students through a peer-editing activity that holds all students accountable for providing helpful feedback on students' punctuation, capitalization, subject and verb agreement, and use of complete sentences. As
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A ready-to-use rubric to assess students' Cornell Notes. Our social studies department standardized the use of Cornell Notes in the classroom, so I created this rubric to assess students' notes throughout the year. Typically, I simply spot-check
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Currently teach AP Government and 11th grade International Relations, and am the Instruction Coach for the Social Studies Department at my school. I also have experience teaching Geography at the 7th grade level, Street Law at the 10-11th grade level, and 8th grade Civics.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My classroom is typically activities-focused, approaching but not quite fully employing the flipped-classroom model. Students often engage in reading for homework, taking Cornell Notes to demonstrate completion and maintain retention. Class typically starts with a review of the main points, and then quickly shifts to an activity to apply the main ideas. These activities range from analyzing scenarios and primary documents, to preparing and presenting speeches and debates.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Academic Excellence Award (2015-2016 School Year)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.A. Political Science, Princeton University (2013) M.Ed. Secondary Education, Marquette University (2016)

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