Feel free to browse the links to the right for actual lessons that I use in my literature classrooms, or see the latest iteration of my digital teaching materials by clicking the links below. I use these Digital Study guides instead of textbooks in all of my classes. They are all-inclusive teaching and learning kits that help educators teach using a flipped-hybrid educational model.
Sequenced video lectures and lessons, embedded reading and activity links provide interactivity during class time via a print copy. Digital copy links to the classroom work, but expands to include course materials, including assignment directions, peer review and rubrics.
I have refined these guides over four years and surveyed hundreds of students. These study guides are overwhelmingly preferred over textbooks by students and have consistently received 92% and higher approval rating from students.
Rhetoric and Composition contains the same complete course content as College Composition only without the Critical Reading Reflection formal essay assignment. Instead, this reader focuses on two formal essays: the Rhetorical Analysis essay and the Discipline Investigation report. This version also…