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March 27, 1986 (29)
About Shannanigan
Favorite Author:
C.S. Lewis, Laurell K. Hamilton, Christopher Paolini
Favorite Book:
The Chronicles of Narnia
I teach 12th grade Literature and Yearbook, I really enjoy writing and hope to publish a few books in my lifetime...I also plan on continuing to teach archery at a summer camp
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands...that's in the Caribbean for you lost ones...
I'm up for trying just about everything...except maybe country and classical music...and golf, bowling, and ping-pong really aren't my idea of entertainment...
Teacher, Prospective Writer :)


You learn more about a road by travelling it than by consulting all of the maps in the world.


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Teaching Again

by Shannanigan on 01-19-2010 at 07:48 PM
So, as much as I was sure that I wouldn't be teaching again any time soon, I am a pushover. When the school called me begging me back, I gave in and returned, with a few conditions:

-I refuse to work full time.
-I will not turn in lesson plans for teaching yearbook.
-I only teach 12th grade English (which I already have lesson plans for).

I like the set up. I'm technically a "substitute" teacher who isn't on a salary...so if the administration

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by Shannanigan on 10-20-2009 at 03:37 PM
Where to start?

I've missed LitNet badly...but I've been going through a lot.

I'm in Puerto Rico, and had started a Master's program in English Literature, but am no longer planning on sticking with the program. I've discovered just how much growing I have yet to do, and have realized that a lot of that growing needs to be done by spending time with my family, of which I have none here in PR.

So, it's back home for me.

I also realize that

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A Teacher Learned Something Today

by Shannanigan on 05-17-2009 at 09:47 AM
If there is one thing that teaching English literature did for me which studying it in high school and college did not, it was to give me a greater appreciation for learning about the author, time period, location, and other background material regarding a text before reading it.

I always hated the "Build Background" activities we had to do in high school before actually getting to the fun part of reading a work. In college, I forcefully avoided writing literature analyses

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An Article That Made Me Think

by Shannanigan on 04-16-2009 at 01:46 PM

College can be the most amazingly enlightening experience of a lifetime. I loved almost every minute of it, from St. Augustine to organic chemistry, from Chaucer to electricity and magnetism. But we need a distinguished blue ribbon commission to investigate its role as a toll booth on the road to employment, and the obvious person to head up this commission is Marilee Jones.

I know;

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For Those Days of Uncertainty...

by Shannanigan on 01-19-2009 at 10:18 AM
As a first-year teacher, I've had my days of uncertainty. This picked me up:

Why Do We Need Literature?

By the way, I've applied to a Master's program in English Literature at the University of Puerto Rico (simultaneous opportunity to improve my Spanish - yay!). Keep your fingers crossed for me!