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Junius Wright

Junius Wright

Name Junius Wright
Location Charleston, South Carolina
Role High School Teacher
Membership National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)
 

"ReadWriteThink brings a community of the nation's best English teachers to my computer desktop with just a click of the mouse. Working with the RWT editors and reviewers has enriched my experience both as a writer and teacher."

Junius teaches European Literature and Creative Writing at the Academic Magnet High School in Charleston, South Carolina. His goal as a teacher is to nurture in each student a hunger for knowledge and a desire to learn. To achieve this goal, Junius has developed lessons that help students hone the skills they need to independently analyze, interpret, and explain the significance of a work. Many of his lessons were first developed through the Visual Literacy Project (http://www.readingart.net), a program he created to help teachers integrate visual literacy into the traditional classroom curriculum.

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