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Transcript of Melissa
My husband Wesley and my sons, Brady and Owen
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
I received a B.A in English from the University of North Carolina Wilmington in 2002. I began teaching before graduation, and I returned to UNCW in 2004 to pursuit a Master's of Education. I graduated in December of 2007. My academic interests include: student publishing, student motivation, the writing process, high school reform, inter-disciplinary curriculum, and literacy. I like working one on one with students to help them become confident writers. I also believe students need to see the power of writing. Writing only for the teacher's eyes is silly. Writing should be shared.
Best Song Ever!!
I am Melissa Warren, and I am a University of Phoenix faculty member specializing in written communications. I am native of South Dakota now living in North Carolina. I spent the first twelve years of my career teaching literature, writing, journalism, and broadcasting at South Brunswick High School. I am also proud to say that have been a University of Phoenix faculty member since 2008, and I love helping students learn to express themselves clearly and powerfully through their writing.
Many movies and TV shows are filmed in my coastal NC town, including
Under the Dome.
My high school students are hams!