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Common Core Standards Graphic Organizers for Reading Notebooks Grades 6, 7, 8 - Use with Any Fiction & Informational Texts NEWLY UPDATED! This bundle of organizers has 50 new pages added! Total of 91 organizers, plus 9 bonus pages. EDITABLE
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The Hunger Games Presentation The Hunger Games Powerpoint Introduction and Visual Guides is the ultimate visual resource for teaching The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. This, combined with my best-selling Hunger Games Teaching Unit digital
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Julius Caesar Powerpoint Presentation: An excellent introduction to The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. I've put together a 40-page slideshow which gives some background information on Caesar, motivation for the conspiracy and his
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"The Hunger Games" Movie vs. The Novel Activities With the availability of the DVD, showing the movie to your class and making it an enriching and educational activity has never been easier. My packet is aligned with the Common Core State Standards,
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Movie and Book Comparison Activities with Interactive Reader's Notebook Foldables - Use with ANY Novel or Story Aligned to the Common Core State Standards for grades 7-12, Reading Literature RL.7 and Writing Standards W.4, W.7, W.9, W.10 Contains
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Use this narrative writing prompt with your students after viewing the movie "Remember the Titans." It's an excellent tool for discussing and teaching tolerance in the classroom.
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"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" Movie vs. The Novel Common Core Activities The Catching Fire movie is almost here! If you plan to take your students to see it OR wish to give them a homework or extra credit assignment, this download has numerous
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Bowling for Columbine Movie Questions and Activities Use this handout to encourage and promote students' critical thinking skills while watching the movie "Bowling for Columbine." Two activities will have students research gun control and answer
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"War Horse" Movie and World War I Poetry Common Core Activities To enrich your students' readings of the war poets, have them watch "War Horse" (PG-13) and make comparisons of the imagery and tone while practicing skills such as annotating text in
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Filmstrip Clip Art Graphics & Printable Pages for Commercial Use (No Link-Back Required) This bundle of images and printable pages contains the following: - 41 .png images (8 black-line/white, 7 color, and 26 black and gray) - 17 pages of
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This is a student handout/worksheet to use with Stephen King's A&E Biography (Stephen King: Fear, Fame, and Fortune). The worksheet has 11 questions and it also includes a mini 5 question quiz as an option over the worksheet. Information about
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Quiz covers 20 quotations from the play "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare. Students must identify the speaker. Ten additional questions ask the student to explain the meaning or reference of the quote. Answer key is included.
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Use this Common Core Standards-based lesson and guide as your students view "Red Dawn" to discuss important issues such as war, rebellion, gun control, survival, etc. Includes handouts for characters, events, and the moral decisions different
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"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" and "Mockingjay: Part 2" Movie vs. The Book Common Core Activities Mockingjay: Part 1 and Mockingjay Part 2 activities, printables, and critical-thinking exercises bundle: If you plan to take your students to
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Perhaps you don't have the time to show an entire movie in class, or maybe you don't have access to it. You can still do a comparison between the novel and its movie trailer. Use these discussion questions to go along viewing of the trailer (most
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Keep Moving Forward! This is a narrative writing prompt to go along with the theme of the movie "Meet the Robinsons." After viewing the movie, students will reflect on their own lives, assessing how they can "keep moving forward." This includes
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Making a Murderer Teaching Unit Season 1, Episodes 1-10 Engage your students in meaningful debate and critical-thinking exercises using my materials for teaching "Making a Murderer," the popular Netflix® documentary about Steven Avery and Brendan
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Making a Murderer Questions & Critical-Thinking Analysis for Season 1 Episode 1 "Eighteen Years Lost" Engage your students in meaningful debate and critical-thinking exercises using my materials for teaching "Making a Murderer," the popular
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Use this Common Core Standards-based lesson and guide as your students view "Red Dawn" to discuss important issues such as war, rebellion, gun control, survival, etc., relating to the novel "Mockingjay" by Suzanne Collins. Includes handouts for
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Making a Murderer Presentation Season 1 Episode 1 Can't keep track of who's who in "Making a Murderer"? Use this presentation to help you and your students document the people in the popular Netflix® documentary. This IS included in my Making a
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been teaching at my current public high school for 15 years, and have a total of 19 years experience in the classroom. Most of my experience is teaching high school English and journalism classes; however, for several years I taught an art history class and was also a librarian/media specialist. I teach all levels--from honors students to special education students; therefore, I'm constantly modifying my assignments to fit my students' needs.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I will never stop trying to foster creativity and critical thinking in my classroom no matter how many practice standardized tests I must give. In my opinion, it is more important to prepare students who can think independently and creatively than to prepare students who can score well on a two-day test in three subject areas.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from St. Ambrose University in 1994, double-majoring in English and Mass Communications: Journalism. After teaching in a small school in a special education classroom, I decided to go back to school to earn my teaching endorsement. My roles in education have included being a librarian, middle school English and reading, middle school special ed., and for the past 15 years as a high school English and journalism teacher with about six years of art history thrown in there, as well.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Published poet, editor, blogger on www.traceeorman.com and www.hungergameslessons.com, adviser for high school art and literary magazine, newspaper, and yearbook.