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Editorial Samples from Previous Students: http://www.hceaproud.com/voices-via-harper-creek.html
Students in this class read novels, gain familiarity with several poets' works, write argumentative essays, stories, and poetry. They renew their previous focus on collaborative projects. They renew their previous focus on state core curriculum competencies and the Common Core. They will prepare for the SAT and the Michigan Merit Exam in English Language Arts and for work beyond high school.Prerequisite: English II
1996 Ph.D. in English, Michigan State University
Major Emphases: Reading Theory, Composition Theory, English Education
Dissertation Topic: Chronotope in the Female Journey
1983 M.A. in Special Education - Emotionally Impaired, Western Michigan University
1981 B.A. in English, Michigan State University
Minor in Secondary Education and HistoryPublications:
Guided Highlighted Reading: A Close-Reading Strategy for Navigating Complex Text. Maupin House Publishing, 2012.
Reading to the Core: Learning to Read Closely, Critically and Generatively to Meet Performance Tasks. Maupin House Publishing, 2013.
Schofield, Cynthia. "Man's Need to Testify,Remember, and Transcend Language." The Stones Weep: Teaching the Holocaust through a Survivor's Art. Miriam M. Brysk and Margaret G. Lincoln. East Stroudsburg PA: Gihon River Press, 2013. 123-140. Print.