Michele Warrence-Schreiber is a master teacher. She has been in the field of education for over 30 years. Presently, she is a Reading Specialist in the Ashland School District in Oregon and the Lead Language Arts Reviewer at Curriki.org, the online community of open source curriculum. She has provided professional development workshops in reading instruction to teachers grades K – 12 and has worked as an educational development specialist and freelance writer for Scholastic, Grownet, School Solutions, Publications International and Houghton Mifflin. She has also written educational film scripts including the scripts for PBS Teacher Development Videos.
- Subjects of Interest:
- Language Arts > General
- Education Levels:
- Sep 10, 2007 6:34 pm
- Last Activity:
- May 11, 2017 5:42 pm
Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: This is an excellent resource for Spanish speaking English Language Learners. It contains 6 lessons, all of which discuss nutrition, food and food groups. There are food pyramids, power points, photos, etc. These graphics would be very useful for the Spanish speaking English Language Learner.
Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: This engaging, clever and fun activity combines math knowledge (geometry), reading, critical thinking and analysis skills. Students are asked to solve the mystery of who killed the Circulars, knowing the Angulars identified a four sided figure as the killer. Excellent.
Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: This excellent review asks students to determine the percentage of time a class of 6th graders spend sleeping. Initially, they examine their own personal sleep behaviors for one day, then one week. Ultimately, they combine their results and analyze the sleep behavior of their class. Great real life application of…[Read more]
Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: This is an excellent resource designed for students to compare and contrast salary inequities. Students look at salaries for teachers, professional athletes, firefighters, etc. and do the math to examine monthly, daily and hourly pay for work provided. Students have the opportunity to solve word problems while…[Read more]
Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: This is an excellent worksheet answer key for Antigone. The answers can easily be separated from the questions and used as both a pre and post reading of the Prologue, five scenes and Exodos of the play.
Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: This is a wonderful series of mapping activities for grades 3 and 4! Students are asked to write about their routes, map their routes and use other’s maps. While not aligned to standards and all instructional materials are not included, this resources is an excellent guide to beginning a map study for intermediate students.
Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: This resource offers a clear purpose and direction on how to write a persuasive business letter. Voicing one’s concerns and expressing possible solutions are both presented in this lesson. Proper formatting of a business letter is presented as well.
- Michele Warrence-Schreiber rated News Punch - Interactive writing prompts based on the latest in news and current eventsNov 01, 2016 19:11:35
Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: Great external web link to help students practice reading and writing skills independently!
Rating: 2 Stars / Comments: This minimal grade sheet template represents a division of 100 points between a written component, an artistic component and overall total and a neatness score. It can be adapted to a personal scoring model.
Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: This 30 sentence worksheet on punctuation for 10th graders is very usable. While this particular resource is only the answer key, a copy can easily be created without any punctuation at all.
Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: This 91 page resource provides everything one needs to know for background information about teaching prose fiction! It is well researched and well referenced. Any teacher can feel confident using this resources as a guide.
Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: This outstanding resource describes a program created for students who need improvement in reading. Through a grant from NEA, teachers set up a laptop lab and the software programs, “Hear Builder” and “My Reading Coach.” Process and results are documented in this inspiring resource, making replication possible! Great work!
Rating: 3 Stars / Comments: This is a 3 screen PowerPoint with a background graphic of a map of the world. An open table for vocabulary and questions is superimposed on the map on one slide and another slide directs the student to respond to an essay question on it.
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