Thorough Stuff

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This lesson helps students understand the concept of morals, how to avoid being a bystander, and includes a simple activity to teach students how to begin to assess their beliefs and begin fighting for social injustice. Includes: Journal
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

September 2010-October 2014 American Literature English Teacher/ English Honors/ Journalism Advisor • Teaching American Literature for 11th grade with focus on ELA Regents preparation (96% pass rate) and college research writing • Design and implement American Literature curriculum through psychoanalysis/ historical lens with an emphasis on mulit-media to enhance literacy (In alignment with NYS Common Core Standards, instructional shifts, and Danielson Framework) • Teaching/advising interdisciplinary English Honors/Journalism multi-leveled classroom (10-12) to create and publish high school newspaper, The International Insider • Implement units on basic journalistic writing, to more advanced editorials (with concentration on counter-arguments, Features, Human Interest, International, A& E writing, and news broadcasting • Implement service learning units within advisory class to support students’ peer-tutoring projects with emphasis on Health, Global Awareness, and Human Rights • Spokesperson for A. P Night, recruiting students for honors courses • Design and implement interdisciplinary assessments across grade level in grade teams with emphasis on Regents preparation, college-readiness • Analyze data for lowest third students in order to create and implement grade level instruction and strategy for at risk students • Coordinator of journalism fundraising for The International Insider and LGBT rights club: It Gets Better • Mentored first year teacher

MY TEACHING STYLE

Hybrid: Demonstrator/ Facilitator

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Summa Cum Laude Certificate of Achievement for Scholastic Excellence in English, 2003-2004 St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Science Deans List, 2000-2004 University of Doctor of Arts Fellowship, 2007-2011 PUBLICATIONS/ CONFERENCES: • Poetry within Proteus Literary Magazine and “Critiphoria” • Reading of Master’s research titled Metaphoric Implications of Kerouac as Beat Father at Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association’s Annual Conference • Reading of Doctoral research titled Failing Systems to Failing Exams at St. John’s University Graduate Conference and the 2008 Annual Conference of the SUNY Council of Writing, Stony Brook University • Reading of Doctoral Research titled Eff-ing up Faces, Film, and Literary Format: Chuck Palahnuik’s Influence, Appeal, and Technique at North Carolina State University English Graduate Student Symposium

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Master of Arts/ English Literature St John’s University, 2005 Doctor of Arts, Specialized Fields: African American Literature, Post-Colonial Literature, Composition and Alternative Englishes within Secondary Education Expected Graduation Date: October 2015

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