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Transcript of Eportfolio

Erica Heidler “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.”
-William Arthur Ward Resume Lesson 2 Why do I even need dialogue? “Hi Tony!” Katy hollered from across the street.
“Hey,” Tony mumbled looking down at his feet.
“What’s wrong?” she asked, distress showing on her face.
"Really? You don't act like nothing's wrong,” she commented skeptically. He said, she said, they said, we said With… “Frank, would you turn down the TV!” Grandma Sally hollered from the kitchen.
“The Packers are playing, so no, I can’t,” came his response from the living room.
“She’ll never understand the Thanksgiving tradition of football, all she does is stay in the kitchen all day and cook,” Uncle Scott commented as he glanced toward the womenfolk in the kitchen. “Even my wife doesn’t watch the game anymore.”
In the kitchen, the women were having similar conversations.
“Men sometimes! They wouldn’t eat anything but microwave meals without us,” Grandma Sally exclaimed, flustered by the heat and business of the kitchen.
“Oh, don’t worry,” Aunt Amy interjected, “they’ll appreciate us once they sit down the eat!” Thanksgiving is a wonderful time for family to gather together. Before eating dinner, the men were talking and yelling at the TV in the living room while the women talked in the kitchen. Without… SAID
Wondered Do not choose… "Hi Tony," said Katy.
"Hey," Tony said.
"What's wrong?" Katy asked.
"Nothing," Tony said.
"Really? You don't act like nothing's wrong,” she said.

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“Hey,” Tony mumbled looking down at his feet.
“What’s wrong?” she asked, distress showing on her face.
"Really? You don't act like nothing's wrong,” she commented skeptically. Let’s try again without “said” http://www.thismamacooks.com/images/various/j0401552.jpg
http://mtv-tv.mtvnimages.com Science Fiction http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WALL-E
Ray Douglas Bradbury. (2012). The Biography Channel website. Nov 19 2012. http://www.biography.com/people/ray-bradbury
http://www.neffheadwear.com/blog/deadmau5-releases-veldt-ep http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QWmahMdeGU All Summer in a Day
Elements of Sci-fi The Veldt Born August 22, 1922 in Waukegan, IL. Died at age 91 in June 2012
“Raised by the library”
First major novel- The Martian Chronicles
Fahrenheit 451
Wrote EVERY DAY! Who was he? Ray Bradbury Watch t his Some basis in possibility
Technology advances
Social/environmental changes
Space or time travel
Alternate universe/planets What is it? Philosophy of Education Lesson 1 Reflection Unit Lesson Worksheet to accompany lesson Evaluation Students were learning about making good choices and developing character. These short stories they read went along with that theme. A question about each story was posed and correct answers received a reward. Invitation to Teach is a senior course offered at Hinsdale Central. It places high school students in local middle and grade schools where they assist a teacher and classroom four days a week for 13 weeks. I was placed in an 8th grade Language Arts classroom at Hinsdale Middle School. While I was there, the class covered how to write a narrative, works by Edgar Allen Poe, comma usage, and science fiction stories (specifically Ray Bradbury). I taught at least one lesson in all of these areas. When I was not teaching, I helped grade, organize, and keep general classroom order. I was able to work one on one with students who were a little behind or needed to move at a slower pace. There were two students with personal aides and nine other special needs students. As a result, the teacher needed to use a variety of teaching methods. Worksheet to accompany lesson Reflection Evaluation Reflection Letter of Accomplishment
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