Having been a teacher for over a decade, he specializes in education, literature, and rhetoric. He is adept at providing humorous content when needed as well as straightforward instruction whenever necessary.
In addition to education and rhetoric, he is particularly interested in literature, movies, video games, and the intersection of culture and its influence on media.
Studied a variety of rhetoric, English, and American literature.
Studied a range of rhetoric, English, and American literature while being the teacher of record for freshman-level Composition courses.
Completed my training in American literature and refined my knowledge of rhetoric. Served as instructor of record for classes in literature and composition.
He previously worked with a website that specialized in providing customized, research-driven answers to a variety of questions, including business questions. Questions ranged from complex queries about the nuances of business to simpler questions about how to address formal communication to different employees and business entitites.
He has worked as an Answer Writer specializing in presenting researched questions for clients such as Ask.com. In this capacity, I was able to quickly research information, synthesize new copy, and present cited information in easy-to-understand text with very little oversight and consistently high quality. As of this writing, I am a Level Four Writer—-the highest tier at this particular website—-with an approval rating of 100%.
He has written a variety of "Top 10" style lists for the website Listverse.com under the pen name "Chris Jenkins." These articles often focus on pop culture, such as lists about comic books or popular movies. However, he has also written about religion, literature, and politics. He backed up each unique claim within these lists with impeccable research.
He wrote a variety of articles for a website that specialized in placing informative blog-style posts to relevant websites. Information in these articles had to be verified through high-quality research. The topics varied greatly, but he favored articles concerning education and the art of writing.