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About Anna J. Small Roseboro
A regular convention speaker, Ms. Roseboro earned a B.A. in Speech Communications from Wayne State University and an M.A. in Curriculum Design from the University of California, San Diego. Her articles have appeared in such juried journals such as English Journal and English Leadership. Ms. Roseboro has consulted with, read manuscripts for textbook publishers, and written teacher lessons for literature anthologies.
Other independent publications include ON ZION'S HILL: A Novel (2015) and its sequel of sorts, SWEETHEARTS OF ZION'S HILL: A Collection of Stories (2016) EXPERIENCE POEMS AND PICTURES: Poetry that Paints/Pictures that Speaks (2019)
Ms. Roseboro represented Rotary International in a group-study exchange with educators in Africa, taught at Rochester Theological Institute, Grand Valley State University, and Calvin College; directed summer sessions at The Bishop's School, La Jolla, CA--a program for grades 5-12 and served as English Department Chair, a coached competitive speech teams. She was honored with the California Association of Teachers of English 2009 Distinguished Service Award and the 2016 NCTE Distinguished Service Award.
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Los poemas, escritos desde una perspectiva de fe, encaran tópicos sobre la familia, la amistad, la vida, la muerte y la esperanza. La obra de arte incluye ilustraciones en un medio múltiple, confeccionando, y manipulando fotografías en una variedad de temas y en una variedad de estilos. Atrayendo a estudiantes de todas las edades, el libro se puede convertir en un guía textual para profesores y maestros que deseen publicar trabajos escritos y de arte de sus estudiantes.
This text offers practical insights for English teachers, especially novice educators, to incorporate into their classroom lessons. Roseboro guides readers through the metacognitive process that we grow to understand in our beginning years as essential parts of curriculum development. Her words encourage meaningful engagement and collaborative learning among students and teachers. Moreover, the content-specific activities demonstrate a belief in and commitment to academic rigor and relevance.