Barbaria Prince

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About me

Gender FEMALE
Industry Education
Location Shreveport, Caddo Parish/LA, United States
Introduction I have been a Master Teacher at Fair Park College Prep Academy. I am certified and highly qualified in middle school and high school to teach grades 5th-8th in middle school, and 6th to 12th (English/Language Arts--Middle -High School.) I am a Reading Specialist. I completed my masters in Curriculum and Instruction (Reading Specialist cognate) from LA Tech Univetsity in Ruston, LA. I am a loyal warrior to the educational profession. I profoundly cherish children. Their progression is the ultimate root for my teaching conversion. My acquired expertise targets sharing resources and disclosing and unbolting gates to learning. The growth of a child to me, is significantly more exceptional and rewarding than any method of recognition. To nurture, teach and love a child create all the differences in the world.
Interests My first interest is the love I have for my family. I love reading and writing. Fashion and shopping are also fascinations.
Favorite Movies Ordinary People, Kramer vs Kramer, Gone with the Wind, Men of Honor, A Time to Kill, The Color Purple, Malcomn X, Sister Sister, Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Sweet Home Alabama, 27 Dresses, Jewels, Freedom Writers, Family Album, Life, The Devil Wears Prada, The Notebook, and A Beautiful Mind. I have written two books which deals with Reading. The Alpha Rap which is also an ITunes app, and Word Anatomy. The Alpha Rap teaches the phonetic sounds of the alphabets in rap style. The Word Anatomy is an astounding resource reference book in teaching reading.
Favorite Music Michael Jackson(all of his music), Whitney Houston (all of her music)Blues by Bobby Blue Bland, Johnny Taylor and B.B. King, Mahalia Jackson, Donnie McClurkin, and Art Kelly
Favorite Books A Separate Peace by John Knowles, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, Silas Marner by George Elliot, and Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, A Raisin in the Sun by Loraine Hansbury

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