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Contact: 937. 775.3534
nancy.mack@wright.edu
Office hours by appointment.

Nancy Mack Logo Dr.Nancy Mack
Associate Professor of English
Wright State University
451 Millett Hall
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Dayton, Ohio 45435

Contact Nancy Mack about Scheduling Presentations or Workshops for Teachers

Nancy Mack is a dynamic speaker who has done hundreds of presentations at regional, state, and national conferences at all grade levels from kindergarten through college.

Frequent topics are:

Multigenre Research Writing

Nonfiction Reading and Writing Strategies

Folklore Writing Projects

Teaching Grammar with Poetry

Designing Assignments for Working Class Students

Revision Strategies that Work with Students

Lively Literature Projects

Writing about Art

Learning to Respond to Proficiency Prompts

Ethnographic Research Assignments

Preserving Memories through Memoir

Using Picture Books to Teach Writing

Bookmaking and Publication Projects

Using Literary Quote Collections to Teach Skills

Learning about Literary Devices through Creative Dramatics

New Methods for Interactive Reading Journals

Motives and Methods for College Writing Assignments

From Social Activity to Self Regulation: Vygotsky’s Model for Learning

Answerable Writing: Baktin’s Theories of Language

Teacher Action Research

 

Nancy Mack’s has given presentations at the University of Akron, Miami University, Michigan State, John Carroll University, and Case Western Reserve. 

A few of the many local school districts where Nancy has conducted inservice workshops are:  Northmont, Centerville, Columbus Public, Sugarcreek, Greenville, Sycamore, Dayton Public, Miamisburg, Versailles, Xenia, Fairborn, Beavercreek, Urbana, Lakota, Elyria, Deleware, Kettering, Middletown, Celina,  Darke County, Bellefontaine, Canton, Groveport, Ironton, etc.

Nancy has won several state and local teaching awards and has participated in educational grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the State Board of Regents, the Ohio Arts Council, the Ohio Humanities Council, and the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation.

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