Words Are Worldly

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These plans provide engaging pre, during, and post-reading activities to get and keep your students engaged with the short story "Everyday Use" by Alice Walker. The main extension activity is the designing of a classroom community quilt. This
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Students need to not only learn what good character traits are, but they need to have "refreshers" now and again. When it comes to differentiating instruction, you should find yourself using different materials and offering different questions to
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Traditionally taught as a 10th-grade text, "The Pedestrian" by Ray Bradbury is one that covers ideas that are even more relevant today than they were back in the 1950s. With these lesson plans, you can approach the text in a way that best meets the
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Included in the sample is one full lesson with detailed instructions on how to introduce students to brainstorming/new ideas/themes they will be presented within the novel, as well as scaffolded sample assessments and activities students with
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Famous for his twist/surprise endings, O. Henry's short story "The Skylight Room" will not disappoint! When used with the re-formatted version of the text
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Are you looking for resources to help you flip your classroom? Well, look no further! This narrated video briefly reviews plot line and teaches students how to determine the protagonist's goal for a short story or novel. Once identified,
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After purchasing "Ain't No Rest for the Wicked" by Cage the Elephant and teaching/reviewing all of the elements of plot (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution) with your students, you are ready for this innovative
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-Print front-to-back (great when laminated!) -Makes three bookmarks -Can be used with fiction or non-fiction texts. Feel free to email me for more information!
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Goes with "Everyday Use" Lesson Plans (https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Differentiated-Lesson-Plans-for-Everyday-Use-by-Alice-Walker-2717411). Should be able to be used with:
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The short story "The Skylight Room" by American Author William Sydney Porter (better know as O. Henry) is sure to intrigue even your most reluctant readers. The story, set in New York in the early 1900s and written in the rare second-person,
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This classic short story is one that will shock readers with its interesting plot and message. Author claims "Fair Use", as this document has been re-formatted solely for educational purposes and should be used in a not-for-profit setting.
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Using music to teach students how to use elements of literature terms, like theme, character, setting, conflict is a tried-and-true method in the English classroom. As an added bonus, your students will no longer groan at hearing the term
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught in Florida for the past six school years; I hold my professional teaching certificate in English 6-12 with ESOL and Gifted endorsements. I've taught regular, advanced/honors, and Cambridge International Courses (similar to AP/IB). My BS is in English Language Arts Education and my MA in Gifted Education. I've also served as a Gifted Coordinator.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Having primarily taught 80-90 minute blocks, I know how important it is that my students don't just "sit and get"; you have to chunk your lesson so they are able to receive direct instruction when necessary, but are mainly involved in student-centered learning. I like stations/centers (they have value even in secondary ed.), but there are many times where students need to work individually before they can work in a group (you need to teach them how to do this, too).

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Certified Cambridge International Examinations teacher, Presenter at the Florida Association for the Gifted on differentiated writing instruction, Teacher of the Month: March 2015.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I am a proud product of the Miami-Dade public school system, grade 1-12. After high school, I headed up to UCF where I earned a BS in English Language Arts Education (inspired by my own 10th grade English teacher). In the Spring of 2015, I graduated from USF with my MA in Gifted Education, as differentiating instruction is a true passion of mine, challenging, but fulfilling.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Although teaching is my passion, I love to craft (a huge Cricut fan) and cook for my family. I've been happily married and settled in the Tampa area for three years now. A furry cat friend (Rusty) joined us in January of 2015; my husband and I are obsessed with him.

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