GRADES 4-6

GWENDOLYN CLAIRE CHAPTER BOOKS

The Gwendolyn Claire middle grade chapter book series  addresses important issues such as:  bullying, competition, jealousy, and lack of confidence as experienced by the title character, a fifth grader, through her first year at Foxfield School.    

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​​​​Virginia Pulitzer retired from teaching after having been:  a high school English and theater teacher as well as Masque Drama Organization director at New Hartford High School, and a K-6 Gifted and Talented Education teacher and elementary classroom teacher in Whitesboro Central Schools in Upstate New York.  Now she had more time to develop classroom resources and share them with her fellow educators.  Mrs. Pulitzer received her B.A. in English/Education from Syracuse University and her M.A. in English from the State University of New York at Cortland, both magna cum laude. 

​​HIGH SCHOOL

THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO HIGH SCHOOL VOCABULARY INSTRUCTION

​is an SAT vocabulary course that Pulitzer developed and successfully used with her students.  Fifteen complete lessons of 15 words (225 words total) each include:  teacher instructions, handouts, cumulative tests and keys.

 All are reproducible. 

$14.99 per group of 5 lessons.  The groups are downloadable from www.teacherspayteachers/virginiapulitzerseducationalprizes


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Copyright 2017. Virginia Pulitzer. Classroom Tested Teacher Resources. All rights reserved.

Virginia Pulitzer

CLASSROOM TESTED TEACHER RESOURCES

by Virginia Pulitzer


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GRADES 3-8

THEATRE4KIDS: PLAYS AND PROCESS

While a GATE teacher, Virginia Pulitzer developed a K-8 theatre program for her gifted students and also the general school population.  While perusing children's plays, she became frustrated with the quality of available scripts and decided to write her own.  The school provided no extra money for the program so she had to find creative ways to handle all aspects of play production.  She solicited parent and colleague help, asked local businesses for donations or to buy program ads, and asked local media for free publicity.  Encouraged by her colleagues, she created THEATRE4KIDS: PLAYS AND PROCESS,  a resource for teachers, amateur directors, parents or children's  group leaders.   It provides step by step instruction on how to produce a children's play with  little or no budget and little or no previous theater experience.  An anthology of Pulitzer's 15 original, royalty free, audience-tested reproducible plays are included in the manual.                                       

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