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Everything you'll need to introduce William Blake's "Songs of Innocence" and "Songs of Experience" including: Detailed lecture notes Accompanying...
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Everything you'll need to teach your students the following poems by William Wordsworth: "Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey" "Ode: I...
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Everything you need to teach Dickens's Great Expectations, including: 50+ pages of detailed lecture notes 95+ slide PowerPoint presentation 10 es...
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Everything you'll need to teach your students the following poems by John Keats: “La Belle Dame sans Merci” “Ode on a Grecian Urn” “To ...
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In this series, you’ll learn “insider” techniques and tips from a college writing professor with almost twenty years of experience. In this...
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Everything you'll need to teach your students the following poems by Samuel Taylor Coleridge: "Kubla Khan" "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" "Thi...
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Everything you need to teach Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, including: 40 pages of detailed lecture notes 55 slide PowerPoint presentation 10 ...
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Everything you'll need to teach your students the following poems by George Gordon, Lord Byron: "She Walks in Beauty" "Manfred" This pack includ...
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Everything you'll need to introduce your students to Victorian Literature, including: •25+ pages of detailed lecture notes •Line by line anal...
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Use the CAPTAIN acrostic to master the seven categories of comma usage. Handout with complete explanations and examples of each usage.
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In poetry, every word counts. Learn how to get the most out of reading poems.
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Deanna B.
Ms. Jackson,
I bought your Great Expectations pack. I like all the information however there is no key for Quizzes. Can I get them?
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October 21, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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The key is located at the end of the lecture note file. Hope you enjoy the notes.
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I am wanting to buy your product but afraid I can't down load it. Can I have it put on a flash drive and pay for postage?
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You should be able to open a WinZip file even if you don't have WinZip software on your PC. Right click on the file. A dialog box will open, and you'll see the files in the dialog box. Simply drag and drop the files into the folder where you want to keep them.
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Buyer re: Introduction to Victorian Literature, 1837-1901
Thank you! I see now that I was warned on the bottom of the page, but I had just ordered several other documents and had no trouble, so I just didn't imagine that I would not be able to access your material. I should have been more careful but I got excited when I saw your documents--they look perfect. I just wrote a paper on Dover Beach last week and was really looking forward to reading your notes. Am hoping to share this subject with my kids this week-- thanks for looking into it!
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You might want to go ahead and open a support ticket. I'm sure we'll get the problem solved.

Thanks so much for your purchase!
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Buyer re: Introduction to Victorian Literature, 1837-1901
I bought this tonight but can't download it without buying something that's 29.00 (some winzip thing?)-- Is there any other way to get the information without spending another $29?
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Sonya,

I've contacted the support center here to see if they can help. We'll get you an answer soon.

Lisa
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been teaching at the university level since 1996. My specialty is 19th century British literature, especially the works of Charles Dickens. My secondary specialty is Romantic poetry. However, I've taught virtually every era of British and world literature, as well as a variety of composition and technical writing courses. I currently teach for the Department of Linguistics & Technical Communication at the University of North Texas (UNT). You can read more about my professional background here:
Lisa Jackson's UNT Faculty Profile

MY TEACHING STYLE

I think it's vitally important to help students to connect with the material they're studying. In order to do this, I employ a variety of media to help auditory, visual, and tactile learners grasp the concepts we're exploring. Once students see writers as real people exploring real issues, they can connect with literature in a whole new way. As a writing teacher, I strive to encourage my students to seek mastery of their writing technique. Good writing technique is the same no matter the topic. When writing is based in solid, masterful technique rather than on intuitive knowledge, fluidity results.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I have been fortunate to routinely receive outstanding teaching evaluations and was recognized by the UNT Honors College in 2010. I've been published in Dickens Studies Annual, which takes only 15 articles per year, and I was a contributor to the Oxford New Dictionary of National Biography.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Ph.D. in 19th-century British literature, University of North Texas, 2000
M.A. in British literature, University of North Texas, 1992
B.A. in English, Austin College, 1985

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I "fell in love" with Charles Dickens when I was just six years old, after my parents took me to see the film version of the musical "Oliver!" I was mesmerized by the story, and decided then and there that Charles Dickens was my favorite author. The fact that I had not yet learned to read seemed to be a very minor detail. Two years later, my uncle took me to see the film "Scrooge," which is a musical adaptation of A Christmas Carol. When my mother told me that Dickens wrote this story as well, I was convinced that he must have been the greatest writer in the whole world.

I was hooked.

Once I started reading Dickens myself, I've never turned back.


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