Name: Paige  Graham
 
Department: Religion
     Humanities
Title: Instructor, Religion
Office Location:
Levine I, 2444
Levine Campus
Phone Number: (704) 330-4243
Fax Number: (704) 330-4227
Email Address: Paige.Graham@cpcc.edu
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Responsibilities:
Office Hours (Spr 2019)Levine, rm 2444:


Mon: 10:00am -1:00 pm
Tu/Thurs: 9:30 -11:00 am; 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Wed: 6:00-8:00 pm (by appt only)
Thurs (Central Campus, Belk rm 5106) 4:00 pm - 6:00


Other hours available by appt.
 
Educational Background:
B.A. University of South Florida (1972) English


M.A. University of South Florida (1974) Eng Lit

M.A. Thesis: “The Nature of Myth and Its Application to The Waste Land.”

M.A. (in progress) in Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary. I currently have 24 hours of post graduate work completed
 
Educational Experience:
Courses Taught:

.    - Bible as Literature (Eng 253)

   - Introduction to the New Testament (Rel 212)

   - Introduction to the Old Testament (Rel 211)

   - Myth in Human Culture (Hum 130)

   - World Literature (Eng 251)

   - British Literature I (Eng 241)

   - American Indian Literature (not currently offered at CPCC)

   - Speed Reading (not currently offered at CPCC)

   - Advanced Vocabulary Development(not currently offered at CPCC)

   - Expository Writing (Eng 111)

   - Literature Based Research (Eng 113)

   - Writing Foundations, Developmental Grammar (Eng 080)

   - Composition Strategies (Eng 090)

   - Intro to College Reading (Red 080)

   - Improved College Reading (Red 090)

   - How to Take Tests (not currently offered at CPCC)

   - ESL Reading, Level 1

   - ESL Reading, Level 2

   - ESL English Composition I

   - ESL English for the Workplace

   - EFL, Level 8 for Brazilians (CCAA, Brazil)

   - EFL, Level 10 for Brazilians (CCAA, Brazil)
 
Publications:
1991-2003  Editor:  Getting Ahead, an interactive, multimedia, 9-level ESL program.  Each level contains 4 books.  Waldyr Lima Editora Publishing, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

1994-2003  Editor/text writer:  Video English, 8-level EFL program.  Each level contains 3 books.  Cultural Center for Language Studies, Miami, FL.

1994-95  Editor:  Keep Talking, a 3-book intermediate, conversation course for teens, Cultural Center for Language Studies, Miami, FL.

1994  Editor:  Conversation Made Easy, a 2-book beginning conversation course for teens.  Cultural Center for Language Studies, Miami, FL.

1992-93  Associate editor:  Native Heart, An American Indian Odyssey, a novel by Gabriel Horn, New World Library.

1988-90  Editor:  The Native People, Native Ways Series:  The Native American Book of Wisdom, The Native American Book of Change, The Native American Book of Life, and the Native American Book of Knowledge, by White Deer of Autumn, Beyond Words Publishing.
 
Other Information:
Special Skills:

·         - Fluent in Portuguese

·         - Reading knowledge - Biblical Hebrew

·         - Reading knowledge - New Testament Greek
 

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