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Grammar Usage Problem Areas: Visual Aids Anchor Charts, Quizzes, and Activities This bundle includes color and black/white visual aids, multiple choice quizzes (10 questions each, 40 questions total), and social media activities to address common
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This is second and third rounds (Double Jeopardy® & Final Jeopardy®) in a Jeopardy® style review game for the novel "The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins. In the Double Jeopardy® round, there are five categories (including two "Daily Double"
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Grammar Usage Frequently Confused Words: To, Too, and Two Quiz, Activity, and Anchor Chart This bundle includes a one-page color and a one-page black/white visual aid, a multiple choice (10 questions) quiz, and a social media activity. Answer keys
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Interactive Notebook Puzzle Piece Editable Review Activity for Any Subject Want to offer a hands-on review activity for your students? Try these easy-to-cut puzzle pieces that are fully editable: just type in each piece with review terms or
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Over 60 toss-ups & 60 bonus questions for high school scholastic bowl or quiz bowl practice rounds. The bonuses are all four-parts, so that's a grand total of over 300 questions (tie-breakers included). Categories include math, literature,
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Students can use this log to chart their progress on standardized practice tests (or any assessments). Also includes blank answer sheets for standardized practice tests so you don't have to make your own. Has several different answer sheets
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Three writing prompts for three separate essays: 1. Expository: Prompt is compare/contrast specific to "The Marriage of King Arthur" by Sir Thomas Malory 2. Persuasive: Prompt is specific to Shakespeare's "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" OR can be
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Have students use this log to chart their progress on practice assessments or tests. Last column has space to write how they can improve for the next test. Also included are answer sheets for practice assessments such as the Work Keys, ACT
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Free Puzzle Piece Review Activity for Any Subject Want to offer a hands-on review activity for your students? Try these easy-to-cut puzzle pieces! Have students write their own review pieces. They can cut the pieces and give them to a classmate to
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Free ACT Reading Passages Strategies and Tips Powerpoint This Powerpoint presentation can be used to help prepare your sophomores and juniors for the ACT® reading test. It includes strategies and tips for the four different reading passages of the
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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.