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Haley Fishburn Moore

Name Haley Fishburn Moore
Location Hopkinsville, Kentucky
Role High School/College Teacher
Membership National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)
 

"Writing lesson plans for ReadWriteThink allows me to encourage combined writing and literature activities in the classroom while promoting fun elements that maintain student interest and promote student participation. In this way, teachers can create lifelong readers, writers, and learners."

Haley Fishburn Moore holds Rank I Kentucky Teacher Certification and has completed Ph.D. coursework in 19th century British literature while minoring in 18th century British literature. Though her dissertation focuses on fictionalized women's autobiographies in the two centuries, other research interests and publications concentrate on works from 19th century American literature, modern film adaptations of Renaissance and 19th century British works, curriculum design, and composition strategies.

Haley has experience teaching high school literature and college composition and literature courses. She is most involved with organizations such as the College English Association, the Jane Austen Society of North America, and the North America Society for the Study of Romanticism. Haley has also completed freelance editing projects on republications of out-of-print novels, web sites, and textbooks.

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