Veronica Rosmurillo

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United States - California - Modesto
Veronica Rosmurillo
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Laughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face. ~Victor Hugo
 
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Help your students unlock the meanings of a poem by asking specific questions, highlighting key words, and paraphrasing a poem. These strategies are modeled in a visually pleasing analysis of Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken." Capture the
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A Power Point makes learning these common terms in poetry easy because each slide is visually appealing. Simple definitions, sentences, and etymology are given to help enhance understanding. You could ask students to draw a four-square to place the
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"A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings" is used as the text for an example Socratic Seminar discussion. Hand drawn characters are used to imitate what students are expected to do while discussing a text. A follow up activity is that students create
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Many students don't know how to take a test. This Power Point contains general test-taking advice as well a list of terms 9th and 10th grade English students should know.
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I use this bicycle metaphor to teach my students about sentence structure. I print out the slide with the bicycle and make about 40 copies. I then put a sheet protector over them, and students use a whiteboard marker to diagram sentences on the
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Improve your classroom discussions with a rubric that clearly describes the qualities of a good discussion. This rubric works great for Socratic seminars. You can use this both as your assessment and for classmates to assess each other.
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After a Socratic Seminar, let participants reflect on their participation. The student's perspective may lead to valuable insight.
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Use this Power Point to introduce or review the definition of important literary terms. Students will understand more with the straightforward definitions and pictures.
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Writing a summary & reflection paragraph is a good way to review a lesson. Show your students this power point, and you will help them retain the content at the same time you are teaching them a writing structure that will improve the organization
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Do you like Socratic Seminars? This is a simple tally sheet I use to keep track of student contributions.
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Need to improve the quality of classroom discussions? Use this power-point to teach students the qualities of a good discussion. Students can take notes on sentence starters that can help them contribute to the discussion as well as the concepts
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Help your students create a better introduction to their autobiographical narrative by showing them a Power Point with examples. Six types of creative hooks are explained for note-taking and four examples are given for inspiration. The three parts
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This rubric was created so that I could have a consistent grading criteria for any presentation, regardless of the assignment.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught all grade levels at Waterford High School, and entry-level English at Modesto Junior College. I also taught English 100 at Humboldt State University during my graduate studies. Currently, I teach sophomore English.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to think of my approach as skills-based, student centered, with components of direct instruction. I want to incorporate more workshops on writing and more discussion seminars. I want to inspire students to find reading they enjoy, and I want to empower them to revise their writing so they can be proud of their work.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a single-subject credential in English from Chapman University and a Master's in English with an emphasis in Teaching Writing from Humboldt State University. I also have a BA in Psychology from Humboldt.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I love painting and playing basketball, so I would like to incorporate art and sports into my curriculum somehow.

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