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Kickin' It! |Accelerated Math PSAT / SAT / Prep | Rapid-Fire Practice for Advanced Students
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PowerPoint slides with colorful pictures will be used to review eight parts of speech and to introduce a unit of PSAT/SAT vocabulary words. Examples of sentences that utilize those words will be provided by the teacher. Students will then be invited to recall the previously learned words and to use them in sentences. Students will be encouraged to engage in calculated risk-taking with their approach to encountering new vocabulary words. The teacher will strive to create a "safe" environment...
Students will learn a variety of new vocabulary words in preparation for the PSAT or SAT Testing Experience.
I worked for The Nantucket Learning Group as a PSAT/SAT Tutor in the Summer of 2018. I have also consulted with various students on an individual basis about their approach to standardized test taking. During the last seven academic years, I have worked as an English teacher and as a faculty member of a learning center. My undergraduate degree is in English and my master's degree is in Education: School Counseling and Human Development.
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Students will be asked to define the previously learned words or to use them in a sentence as the class progresses. The repetition of encountering the words on repeated occasions will help to solidify student learning.
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 4+ hours per week outside of class.
Ms. EdwardsEnglish Specialist
48 total reviews
66 completed classes
Hello! I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in English with minors in European History and French from St. Lawrence University. I went on to earn my Master’s Degree in Education with a specialization in School Counseling and Human Development from the...