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Boston College (English)
Framingham State College (MEd)
I have an MEd from Framingham State College. After having taught English/Language Arts for 37 years, I retired from teaching in June of 2015. Almost all of my career was at the middle school level although I have taught at the high school level as well. My former students have said that I have been able to explain things in a way that makes it simple for them to learn. Many of these students have expressed surprise that learning has actually become fun. Over the years, thousands of my students have developed a great understanding of the mechanics of the language. My students have used their increased understanding of English grammar to improve their writing and speaking. They have even become such experts in the proper use of the language that they have started to correct mistakes their friends and family members make in their written and spoken English. In addition to improving writing and grammar skills, my students have become perceptive readers who are successful in analyzing assigned literature.
I have an MEd from Framingham State College. After having taught English/Language Arts for 37 years, I retired from teaching in June of 2015. Almost all of my career was at the middle school level although I have taught at the high
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