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11034

North
44
Phoenix,
Court
AZ
85028
February
Individual
12,
2016
Title
Name
of
of
Individual
Employer
Box
Number
City,
State,
Zip
Code
_________________:
you
an
elementary
considered
or
me
for
special
education
your
expected
school.
to
graduate
IMay
am
from
Arizona
State
certification
Elementary/Special
in
education
in
of
begin
career
my
in
the
teaching
fall.
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ability
to
learn
with
professional
others
setting,
ayour
and
my
variety
of
will
great
enable
me
to
to
be
aat
school.
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classroom
environment
positive
where
students
new
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a
ideas
student
every
teacher
day.
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phoenix
every
day
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differentiated
lesson
plans
to
meet
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also
implemented
in
my
class.
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I
service-learning
AmeriCorps
State
University.
at
My
teaching
philosophy
students
through
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learning
experimentation,
life
real
on
activities.
appointment
with
to
your
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vision
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philosophy.
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am
interested
about
the
community
in
hearing
what
types
of
activities
work
Iasses
can
or
get
volunteer
reached
at
my
email:
jdalders@asu.edu
my
cell
phone:
or
(602)-384-0917.
consideration.
forward
to
hearing
IArizona
look
Sincerely,
you.
Jennifer
Alderson
th
18537
West Dale Drive
th
Goodyear, AZ 85338
March 2, 2016
Name of Individual
Title of Individual
Name of Employer
Street Address or PO Box Number City, State, Zip Code
Dear Mr./Ms./Dr. _________________:
I would be honored if you considered me for an elementary teaching position at your
school. I am expected to graduate from Arizona State University with a bachelors degree
in elementary education in December of 2016. I am ecstatic to begin my teaching career
in and am interested in doing that at your school. My ability to learn quickly, work
positively with others in a professional setting, and my variety of teaching experiences
will enable me to be a great asset to your school.
I strive to create a creative and positive classroom environment where students will feel
eager to learn new ideas every day. As a student teacher at Mountain View School in
Peoria I have began to create curriculum that makes students strive to meet high
expectations and keeps their minds alert. I am also implementing a service-learning
project through AmeriCorps at Arizona State University. My teaching philosophy is to
ensure that my students are learning through experimentation, real life situations, and
hands-on activities.
I would like to schedule an appointment with you to learn more about your vision and the
way that your school is set up. I am interested in hearing about the community
surrounding the school and what types of activities or volunteer work I can get involved
in. I can reached at my email: mventron@asu.edu or my cell phone: (801)- 989-8814.
Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to hearing from you.
Sincerely,
Mackenzie Ventrone