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HISTORY - Morse Code practice

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A simple look at creating a Morse code.
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A simple look at creating a morse code document to be exchanged between students or classes. The more classes you have during the day, the better this activity works.

I have had lots of laughs and fun with this simple activity.
Electronic File Download (Size 326 KB)
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Louisiana history teacher

Personal Quote: "I'm the Story Teller! I love history and telling students the back-stories of how we got where we are".

k-12 Subject Area: Social Studies - History

Grades Taught: 8th

Experience: I have taught middle school history for the past 28 years. I have a webpage devoted to the subject of Louisiana history which I update every week. I love middle school and don't desire to go up OR down over the next few years.

Teaching Style: Project-based education is my love, due to my love of art, reading, and history
Teacher of the year, Class Act Award (2), Featured on KPLCTV for classroom "museum", Featured in newspaper for costumes and presentations, Selected for Col. Williamsburg teacher institute, Twice attended LouisianaVoiced Institute

McNeese State Univ. (www.McNeese.edu) Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute LouisianaVoices Teacher Institute LPB Louisiana History Bee staff of writers ITEC (Technology Education in the Classroom)grant recipient Michael Jordon Grant Recipient
Twice won the LSU Mannship School of Journalism award for the work my students did in publishing our school Magazine