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Q & A for Character Development

Do you take the time prior to actually writing your novels to study the characters and perhaps create flow and personality charts dedicated to the story TO BE written? 368 more words


Teaching Instrumental Isometric - Step By Step

Here is another one of my mammoth missions in creating resources that are specific to DVC. I wanted to be able to guide my junior students through a scaffolded process, teaching them step-by-step how to draw circles in Isometric in a variety of contexts. 213 more words

Year 10

Teaching English: "Blessed" {Printable Song Sheet}

The song “Blessed” by Martina McBride went over well during our “Great Women” unit. It was uplifting & inspired some good discussion on what it means to be blessed. 134 more words


Teaching English: TV Show & Movie Notes {Free Printable Worksheet}

I like to show my students a movie or TV show at some point each term for relaxation and to spur discussion. I designed this worksheet to help them pay attention to several aspects of culture as they watch. 40 more words


Cut out game

Here is a MS paint made, simple,  Cut-Out game created while at my job.

Not all the worksheet I want in the paper have to deal with math. 16 more words


Action Verbs

This is the next lesson in the series and it covers 120 common (every day) action verbs as well as their present form (tense) conjugations.  I will update this post soon with some tips for conjugating verbs in their present forms.  146 more words

Week 2: The Line

The second week of school has come and gone. It was a fun week in art learning all about lines!

Before class began, students in 4th grade through 6th grade were asked to answer the question, 362 more words