Courses Taught

Adjunct Professor of English, Montgomery College, Fall 2014-present

Designed and taught 19 credit-level writing courses:

ENGL 101/A:  Introduction to College Writing:  A first-year composition course.  Students experience several different strategies and rhetorical modes of college-level essay writing, beginning with personal narrative and progressing to research-based argumentative writing.  ENGL 101A integrates development in grammar and reading skills with the study of English. (10 sections)

ENGL 102:  Critical Reading, Writing, and Research:  A continuation of ENGL 101, with emphasis on argumentative essays, rhetoric, analytical writing, and research. (9 sections)

Adjunct Professor of English, University of the District of Columbia Community College, Spring 2017-Fall 2019

Designed and taught 16 credit-level and developmental writing courses:

ENGL 111: Composition I:  A first-year composition course.  Students experience several different strategies and rhetorical modes of college-level essay writing, beginning with personal narrative and progressing to research-based argumentative writing. (10 sections)

ENGL 015C: English Fundamentals:  A developmental course focusing on reading comprehension, grammatical conventions, and vocabulary acquisition.  This course is paired with a section of Composition I, called Composition I with supplemental instruction, so that the work students complete supports their development in Composition I.  The combined courses make up a course in Integrated English and Reading. (5 sections)

IGED 110: A first-year composition course.  Students experience several different strategies and rhetorical modes of college-level essay writing, beginning with personal narrative and progressing to research-based argumentative writing. (1 section)

Bridge Composition with Creative Workshop:  A part of the Summer Bridge to College Success Program for rising college freshmen.  The course featured multimodal, creative projects and was credit-bearing for students entering UDC-CC in the fall. (1 section) (non-credit)