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WELCOME EAGLES!!!! I am so excited to get to be at NEMS. I am from Fort Campbell and grew up in Clarksville. I am proud to be an NEMS/NEHS alumna. I have earned a BA in English and Journalism, a MA Teaching, and a MA English. Teaching English is a passion and loving every single kid that is in my classroom is my goal. My favorite books are The Giving Tree and Pride and Prejudice. I have taught in Colorado and South Carolina. I have two kids, Maleigh, 5, and Remy, 2. My husband is in the Army and loves his job! Our English class will focus on how to develop critical thinking skills through analyzing different types of texts. This means the tests will be over the skills learned and practiced, not the texts read in class. I look forward to partnering with you this year! My Remind101 code is @mleibold. Text that code to 81010 to join my class!
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LET'S CELEBRATE GROWTH!

The district's goal for mastery is 80%. Here are the mastery achievement levels for my classes!

Class Goal Achievement Date
3 75 77 17-Dec
4 55 54 17-Dec
5 50 45 17-Dec
6 60 70 17-Dec

 

 

Unit

 

Topic

A1

*Theme and central idea in literary and informational text

*Informational writing

A2

*Literary story elements, events in informational text, and visual information that supports the topic in the text

*Narrative writing

B1

*Structural elements in literary and informational text; author’s point of view or purpose in a text; compare and contrast texts in different forms; trace and evaluate specific claims in a text

*Argument writing

B2

*Theme and central idea in literary and informational text

*Informational writing

C1

*Literary story elements, events in informational text, and visual information that supports the topic in the text

*Narrative writing

C2

*Structural elements in literary and informational text; author’s point of view or purpose in a text; compare and contrast texts in different forms; trace and evaluate specific claims in a text

*Argument writing

D1

*Theme and central idea in literary and informational text

*Informational writing

D2

*Literary story elements, events in informational text, and visual information that supports the topic in the text

*Narrative writing

Be Respectful

Be Prepared

Be On Time

*Each class creates their own social contract, which are a comprehensive list of desired traits in the classroom.