Lonnie Jones Taylor
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The Catcher in the Rye Final Test Part 1: Characters: Match the traits to the characters. 1-50 Part 2: True/False 51-100 The KEY is provide...
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This is a 100 question objective test on Beowulf and the Anglo-Saxon time period in British Literature. The test is comprehensive and was created...
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This is a 40 question (find the line, write the answer) study guide for Beowulf. It is a full period/possibly 2 period open book exercise. Stude...
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This bundled packet includes the following: 1. Figurative Language Notes & Literary Terms (230 terms) 2. Antigone Paper Criteria Sheet 3....
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Edith Hamilton's Mythology Chapter 1: The Gods p. 24-43 100 question objective test and KEY
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Catcher in the Rye Quiz Ch. 5-8 p. 35-58 and KEY Briefly identify or give the significance of 10 of the following items; do at least 2 from ...
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This 17 page document includes a midterm exam of 165 objective questions plus essays and a study guide for preparing for the test. The Oddessy, G...
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Frankenstein Chapters 16, 17, & 18 Open Book Paired Quiz Answer all of the following in grammatically correct, complete sentences. 1. W...
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Exodus Book 1 Chapters 16-25 pages 86-142 Answer ____ of the following ten questions; give one concise sentence per question with specific det...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have twenty-eight years experience as a high school English teacher in New Jersey. I have taught many different courses and a wide range of student levels. Courses include English Literature, American Literature, Creative Writing, and Public Speaking, and both College Preparatory and Honors freshmen, sophomores and seniors. If you have questions or concerns about any of my products, please feel free to email me at lonniejonestaylor@gmail.com.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like class discussions and hearing what the students have to say about reading and literature. One on one proofreading is an extremely important part of the writing process, but almost impossible to do. A sense of humor is a must in my classroom. I believe in personal accountability, and I do not believe in accommodating rudeness, bad behavior or excuses.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year at Voorhees High School, Glen Gardner, New Jersey 1998, National Endowment for Humanities Scholarship at Princeton University, 1984.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I was raised in rural Hunterdon County, New Jersey and went to North Hunterdon Regional High School. I received a BA in English from Ricker College in Maine and went on to get my teaching certificate in English from The College of New Jersey. I earned a Masters in Education from East Stroudsburg University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

In recent years I have become very concerned with the federal government's increasing involvement in education with mandated testing. The result is more students being exempted from passing or even taking the benchmark exams in an effort for schools to retain funds. It is merely another example of "The Emperor's New Clothes." Students reading on the 5th grade level should not be placed in a College Prep Junior American Lit. class. An army of Special Ed in-class support teachers will not raise a student's reading level, but a work ethic and natural consequences will.