Assorted individual class designs and artifacts for ELL and academic-writing instruction, and for leading reflection among a teaching cohort. I developed these materials individually – sources are cited, where relevant – as an ELL and writing instructor from 2010 to the present.
The letter, written while volunteering with Literacy Volunteers of Atlanta, GA, is a bilingual text for a class of female English-language learners from Guerrero, Oaxaca and Veracruz, México.
An acrostic created for the 2011 cooperative teaching exchange between Sueños Compartidos and la Asociación de Institutores y Trabajadores de la Educación del Cauca (ASOINCA)
A WordPress blog to help guide the Cadet English-Language Training Teams (CELTT) assigned to Klaipėda, Lithuania, summer 2013
Over several days I photographed beginning students at the Latin American Association in Atlanta, GA, as they built their own alphabetical vocabulary list.
Fifty-minute lesson plan for ENGL 103, “Rhetoric & Composition I,” Northern Illinois University, fall 2016
A module for ENGL 600, “Internship in the College Teaching of English,” Northern Illinois University, spring 2017