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Teaching Portfolio

My English Teaching Profile

DeAnna Slevin

on 6 May 2016

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Transcript of Teaching Portfolio

Summa Cum Laude
Minnesota State University

Bachelor of Science, English Education
Emphasis in Communication Studies and American Indian Literature
Minnesota License: 5th-12th grade Communication Arts and Literature
Moments in Teaching
Fun with Tom Sawyer Props
Coaching Knowledge Bowl
My Classroom
Proud of my students!
My awesome 7th graders!
Teaching Portfolio
Sample Lesson Plans
Ojibwe Legend Story Research
In the summer he would race across the prairies for fun, and the Foxes would run in front of him and tell all the little animals to get out of the way because the Buffalo was coming.
Long ago, the buffalo didn’t have a hump.
Why the Buffalo has a Hump
As retold by: Brandon
Sample of Student's Work...
Native American Literature
7th -8th Grade Language Arts
Greek and Latin Root words, prefixes and suffixes.
Free Rice Vocabulary Challenge
High School Literature
Traditional Oral Storytelling
Tribal Elder, Andy Favorite
Samples of Student's Work
Create A World Project
Details from Text
Contact Information
DeAnna K. Slevin
721 18th St NW
Bemidji, MN 56601



Completed Wyoming Constitution Test for Wyoming Teaching License in 2009
Meets Minnesota Language Arts Benchmarks: and American Indian Oral Storytelling
Meets Minnesota Language Arts Benchmarks: oral traditional story telling
Meets Minnesota Language Arts
Meets Minnesota Language Arts Benchmarks: b, b
Meets Minnesota Language Arts Benchmarks:,
Medical Terminology
Personal memoir of the Holocaust
Field Trip Fun
Students chose from a menu of options to research the events surrounding the story.
We then did a compare and contrast with the movie
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas.
Works Cited:
"Native American Legends: Why Buffalo has a Hump." First People- The Legends. N.p.,

n.d. Web. 1 May 2011. <http://www.firstpeople.us/FP-Html-Legends/

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