TEACHING EXPERIENCE

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Content: Carrie K. Line [email protected]
EDUCATION___________________________________________________________ M.A. English, 19th century Literature British and American, GPA: 3.333 Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX May 14, 2010 Research Interests: Romanticism focusing on the Gothic, the literary shift occurring during the following Victorian period, Sensation fiction, as well as Auteur theory in cinematic representations of literature. B.A. Secondary Education, English and History, 2006, GPA: 3.89 Suma cum Laude Lubbock Christian University, Lubbock, TX
teaching experience___________________________________________
Adjunct Instructor, Lubbock Christian University
Aug 2010-Present
Department of English
Teaching Freshman Sections of 1301 and 1302 English course during
an actual semester as well as in the summer.
Constructed two Hybrid courses of a 1302 freshman Literature course as well as an upper
division World Literature English course.
Teaching a Technical Writing course for freshman to senior level students.
Grading consists of 8-24 papers from 2-8 pages in length per student.
Class occupancy range from 24 to 8 depending on the class.
English Tutor, Lubbock Christian University
Aug 2010- Present
Department of English
Working with students on every college grade level to aide them in their ability to write
cohesive and well organize papers assigned by professors.
Includes instruction on multiple writing formats (i.e., MLA, APA, and Chicago) and
multiple disciplines (i.e., Education, Psychology, English, Nursing, Science, Religion,
History, and other fields).
Adjunct Instructor, Texas Tech University
Aug 2010-May 2010
Department of English
Supervised two classes of a total of 70 Freshman students
graded 60 assignments per week online
graded 65-70 outside assignments graded per week
Graduate Part-Time Classroom Instructor, Texas Tech University Department of English Supervised two classes of a total of 70 students graded 60 assignments per week online graded 65-70 outside assignments graded per week
Jan 2010-May 2010
Graduate Part-Time Classroom Instructor, Texas Tech University
Aug 2009- Dec 2009
Department of English Supervised two classes of a total of 70 students graded 60 assignments per week online graded 65-70 outside assignments graded per week
special education Assistant, Atkins middle school
Aug 2007-May 2008
Aided Students with disabilities (ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Emotional Disorder) with their
English, History, Science and Math homework.
Subbed for classes when a substitute was not available in multiple classrooms.
Student Teacher, Frenship High School Taught English and History classes for a semester. Made my own curriculum and taught classes of 30-35 students.
Aug 2006­Dec 2006
HONORS/AFFLIATIONS__________________________________________ Golden Key International Honour Society (2008, 2009) College English Association (2008, 2009) Sigma Tau Delta National English Honor Society (2006-Present) Alpha Chi National Honor Society (2002-Present) RELEVANT GRADUATE COURSEWORK_________________________________ Literature Courses American Fiction: Focusing on Fitzgerald and Hemingway, with Dr. Conrad, Texas Tech University. Auteur Theory: Focusing on different film genres and directors, with Dr. Schoenecke, Texas Tech University. American Literature: focusing on the Gothic elements of Poe etc, with Dr. Daghistany, Texas Tech University. Comparative Trans-Atlantic Romanticism: focusing on the Romantic period between 17901830 dealing with British and American authors as well artistic influences, with Dr. Hawkins, Texas Tech University. British Gothic Literature during the Romantic period: focusing on the scientific and social revolutions of the period and its influence on literature, with Dr. Puritan, Texas Tech University. Victorian Sensation Novel: focuses on 19th century works such as Great Expectations and The Woman in White, with Dr. Grass, Texas Tech University. John Donne: Renaissance Poetry and Manuscript Culture, with Dr. Crowley, Texas Tech University. Theory and Teaching Courses Writing for publication: focusing on a specific work and preparing it to be published, with Dr. Crowley, Texas Tech University. History of Rhetoric: focusing on different teaching methods towards the writing process, with Dr. Rickley, Texas Tech University.
Auteur Theory: Focusing on different film genres and directors, with Dr. Schoenecke, Texas Tech University. research methods: focusing on textual research as well as the useful implementation of bibliography and book history with the scope of research, with Dr. Hawkins, Texas Tech University. Managing Diverse Classrooms: focusing on how to conduct teaching in classrooms with diverse learning abilities and backgrounds, with Dr. Boyer, Lubbock Christian University. Intro into Teaching: focusing on establishing a philosophy of teaching and pedagogical issues surrounding the teaching field, with Dr. Christian, Lubbock Christian University. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS__________________________________________ "Poe and the Terror Gothic: Using External and Internal Influences To Perfect the Gothic Motif". College English Association 70th Conference "Design". Pittsburgh, PA. March 26-28, 2009. CEA Volunteer "Anna Laetitia Barbauld: The Transcendence of the Epic Muse". College English Association 71st Conference "Voices". San Antonio, TX. March 25-27, 2010. [Paper accepted but did not present due to personal circumstances] "Reality Television: The Appropriation of Melodramatic Tropes". The National Popular Culture & American Culture Associations Annual Conference. St. Louis, MO. March 31- April 3, 2010. [Paper accepted but a panel member could no longer participate so paper was not presented] "Point of View through Windows in the Film The Visitor". Performed as a Jury Panel member in Student Film Analysis as well. Inaugural Pioneer Film Festival. Lubbock Christian University, TX. February 19th-20th, 2012. REFERENCES Dr. Carole Carroll English Professor at Lubbock Christian University [email protected] Dr. Susan Blassingame Dir. Humanities Department and English Professor at Lubbock Christian University [email protected] Dr. Ronna Privett English Dept. Head and English Professor at Lubbock Christian University [email protected]

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