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This is a really fun and easy to do lab that is a great way to start off the year or to review the fundamentals of the scientific method. Students are given a problem, have to develop a hypothesis regarding the natural selection of gold fish. (the
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This is a 50 slide PowerPoint lesson which describes the types of air masses; maritime, tropical, continental, polar. The types of fronts; cold front, warm front, stationary front, occluded front. The symbols that each front represents on a
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This PowerPoint details the three types of rocks, sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic. It outlines the various types of each rock and how they are classified. The "Rock Notes- fill in the blanks" student handout goes along with this Power Point
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This is a power point presentation that outlines the major processes and terminology related to Earth Science topics including weathering, erosion, deposition, and soil. It can be used as good review over the topics or as an outline for students to
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This is a 90 slide PowerPoint that features a multiple choice question on each slide. The answers to each question have been provided in the notes section on each slide. These are review questions over sixth grade Social Studies standards, but
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This PowerPoint has 101 slides that review Europe's culture, religions, languages, economies, governments, trade, environmental concerns, geography. It goes along with the Europe guided notes/ study guide- Modern Europe. It includes excellent
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This is a PowerPoint presentation that teaches students how to write a proper thesis statement. It describes what a thesis statement is and it's purpose. It also has activities to help in the process of developing a thesis statement. It can be
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This is a PowerPoint presentation with 38 slides each containing multiple choice questions and maps over Canada. The questions cover Canada's history, government, people/culture, economy, environmental issues,and physical geography. The answers to
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This is an Earth Science lab where students create a model of buried pollution to see the effects of water and draining on the pollution. Materials needed: plastic container sand Kool-aid water book (used to elevate the container)
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This is a multi-part project that goes with the movie "Finding Nemo". Students use their knowledge of the ocean, ocean life and zone and the ocean floor to complete four separate activities.
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This is an astronomy project on constellations, where students research three constellations and then create a constellation of their own.
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Test over the book "Night of the Twisters".
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This Earth Science study guide focuses on the Earth, Moon, and Sun's relationship. Topics include: Seasons, phases of the Moon, day, night, years, solar and lunar eclipses, spring and neap tides, formation of the Moon. An answer key is provided
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This is an activity where students cut out the words associated with the rock cycle and then try to put them in the correct order.
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Group activity to review the law of superpsition and intrusions/faults. labelig from oldest to youngest or vice versa.
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This an easy and fun project to complete with an astronomy unit. Students really enjoy this activity! The task is to construct a brochure advertising a planet of their choice for a vacation getaway. Since most planets can't support life, they have
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These are review multiple choice questions for sixth grade social studies classes. They cover the regions of Europe, Australia, Canada, and Latin America, and the common social studies strands including economics, government, cultures, geography,
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This is an activity that can be used after studying Greek Mythology. Students are asked to think of all the new inventions and technologies that we have now, as compared to when the Greeks created their mythical figures. Then, they are to create a
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This PowerPoint lesson reviews the types of economic systems(traditional, command, market, & mixed) and also introduces students to some of the major economic terms including: international trade, capital investments, capital goods, human
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This is a nine page guided notes document over Europe. It covers all of the Modern Europe standards set by the state of Georgia. It goes with the PowerPoint "Europe Guided Notes/ Study Guide- Modern Europe". This is a great way to review or
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught middle school for eight years. Specifically, sixth grade Earth Science and Social Studies. I enjoy creating visually interesting and creative lessons. Please let me know if there is something you need done and I will do it.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I would describe my teaching style as differentiated in order to meet the needs of each individual learner.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelors Degree in Geography, The University of Georgia, Masters of Art in Teaching, Piedmont College.

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(GAE) Georgia Association of Educators (EEAG) Environmental Education Association of Georgia (UGA) Alumni Association