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1 PROFESSIONAL VITA / RÉSUMÉ JILL L. SUMSTAD OBJECTIVE Adjunct English Lecturer, Basic writing and composition, Reading comprehension, and College-level composition PROFESSIONAL PROFILE SNAPSHOT Innovative and dedicated teacher with an accomplished background in basic writing pedagogy, academic-level writing and research, writing across the curriculum pedagogy, presentation and oral communication skills, and technical and professional writing. Vast experience working with a diverse student population, sensitive to multi-cultural issues, and committed to engaging and motivating students from various perspectives. EDUCATION Masters of Arts in English, California State University Easy Bay, College of Letters Arts and Social Sciences, Hayward, CA, 2007 CONCENTRATIONS: Composition theory, basic writing pedagogy, writing across the curriculum (WAC), 19th and 20th century American literature, fiction, prose, and poetry. Bachelors of Arts in English, California State University Hayward, College of Letter Arts and Social Sciences, Hayward, CA, 2002 CONCENTRATIONS: Creative writing in fiction, prose, and poetry ACADEMIC/TEACHING EXPERIENCE Adjunct Lecturer in English, Cañada College, Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, Redwood City, CA, August Present Number of courses taught: 2 Teach advanced college composition (English 165) and basic writing (English 836) in class sizes averaging 20 students. Lessons including, but certainly not limited to: critical thinking, reading and modes of rhetoric; evaluation, summary, analysis and argumentation; grammar and vocabulary; content development; thesis statement development; logical fallacies and supportive evidence; deductive and inductive reasoning; counter-argument and rebuttal;

2 researching and citing sources; and individual conferences with students throughout the semester. Attend Division meetings. Adjunct Lecturer in English, California State University East Bay, Department of English, Hayward, CA, June 2007 to Present Number of courses taught: 14 Teach college level composition (English 1001) and advanced college composition (English 1002). Teach basic writing (English 800 series) to native English speakers and ESL students in class sizes averaging 25 students. Lessons including, but certainly not limited to: critical thinking, reading and modes of rhetoric; evaluation, summary, analysis, refutation, persuasive argument and other essay types; logical fallacies and supportive evidence; counter-argument and rebuttal; deductive and inductive reasoning; researching and citing sources; reading comprehension; grammar and vocabulary; content development; thesis statement development; transitions; topic sentences; paragraph development; conclusions; online discussion board forum for weekly reading assignments; and individual conferences with students throughout the quarter. Contribute to workshops for graduate teachers and faculty, both adjunct and tenured. Mentor graduate students. Adjunct Lecturer in General Education, California State University East Bay, Department of General Education, Hayward, CA, September 2007 to March 2009 Number of courses taught: 12 Teach freshmen students the basics of college in class sizes averaging 30 students. Lessons including but certainly not limited to: campus resources and technology; career development; time management; résumé building; budgeting and finances; critical thinking; and effective oral and written communication. Conduct workshops for graduate teachers and adjunct faculty. Collaborate with graduate teachers and adjunct faculty to create cross-disciplinary lesson plans. Such lesson plans include the Japanese lesson plan. Work as Freshmen Year Experience (FYE) Coordinator to create and implement academic and team building activities for freshmen. Direct and manage the annual year-end freshmen celebration. Advise freshmen in selecting appropriate courses to fulfill their general education. Graduate Teaching Assistant, California State University East Bay, Department of English and Department of General Education, Hayward, CA, September 2005 to June 2007 Number of courses taught: 19 Taught basic writing class to freshmen in class sizes averaging 20 students (2006 to 2007). Taught the basics of college to freshmen in class sizes averaging 30 students (2005 to 2007).

3 Presented new pedagogical lessons to graduate teaching students. OTHER RELEVANT TEACHING/TUTORING EXPERIENCE English Writing Skills Instructor, IMPAX Labs, Hayward, CA, February 2009 June 2009 Teach each student to write effectively on the job through classroom lectures, discussions and individual conferences. The aim is to have each student produce professional, polished writing appropriate for the job. At the end of this course each student will be assessed on their progress and receive a certificate if they meet the aim of the course goals. In order to accomplish this aim, the course will cover: writing to various audiences and for various purposes; writing investigative reports, specifically employee relations and incident reports; observational, assessment, descriptive, and argumentative writing; drafting, designing, revising, and editing writing; writing collaboratively (e.g., co-authorship, peer editing); formatting, grammar, and organization. Summer Bridge Instructor, California State University East Bay, Hayward, CA, 2007 Taught team building exercises and guided students in managing and directing their own play. Research Table Tutor at the Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA), California State University East Bay, CA, 2007 English Tutor, Catapult Learning, Harder Elementary School, Hayward, CA, 2005 Taught phonics, reading comprehension, and reading fluency, to below-level students. Created and implemented behavioral modification system. English Education Volunteer, United States Peace Corps, Nukus, Uzbekistan, 2003, Country Director: Fred Gregory Taught ESL to grades first through twelfth, and continuing adult education. Assisted in writing a grant proposal to obtain English books for a local library. Aided local university students in obtaining materials for after-school program. Created a sustainable, democratically-run English club for teenagers. Successfully completed 124 hours of Russian language training, testing out at the intermediate conversational level. University Mentor, California State University Hayward, Hayward, CA, 2002 Tutored ESL students individually in writing. TEACHING & RESEARCH INTERESTS

4 Writing across the curriculum (WAC) Basic writing Teaching in a multi-cultural classroom Writing pedagogy Interactive lessons for the classroom Reading rhetorically Technical and professional writing UNIVERSITY SERVICE Freshmen Advisor, California State University East Bay, General Education Department, Hayward, CA, 2007 to 2009 Freshmen Year Experience (FYE) Coordinator, California State University East Bay, General Education Department, Hayward, CA, 2006 to 2008 Freshmen Convocation, September 2006 and 2007 Welcome Week, September 2006 and 2007 Halloween Madness Event, October 2006 and 2007 Office decorating contest, February 2006, 2007, and 2008 Kite Flying Workshop, November 2006 East Bay Idol Event, February 2007 and 2008 Tattoo History Seminar, May 2007 Thanksgiving Clothing Drive, November 2007 De-stress in the Dorms, November 2007 Director of Freshmen Final Project Convocation, California State University East Bay, General Education Department, Hayward, CA, 2007 Directed and managed large-scale event showcasing freshmen projects Homecoming Committee Representative, California State University East Bay, General Education Department, Hayward, CA, 2007 and 2008 Office decorating contest winners 2006 and 2007 Homecoming Dance Committee Multi-cultural Week Committee Representative, California State University East Bay, General Education Department, Hayward, CA, 2006 SCHOLARLY CONTRIBUTIONS Presentations Writing across the curriculum (WAC) research table proposal, California State University East Bay, Department of English, Hayward, CA, April Presented to the dean of the English department the proposal for a research writing table at the Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA).

5 Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA) panel participant on research writing, California State University East Bay, Hayward, CA, February Presented to undergraduates and graduates tips and tricks to obtaining adequate research for research papers. General Studies cluster program and Freshmen Year Experience (FYE) review to Trustee Glen Toney, California State University East Bay, Department of General Education, Hayward, CA, October 2007 Workshops Fisher, Barbara, Ingram, Susan and Jill Sumstad ( ), Japanese Lesson Plan in General Studies, Sumstad, a workshop Jill (2007), to Collaborative incorporate Japanese Teaching Lesson in GS, Planning a workshop into General to help Studies. new General Studies instructors prepare their syllabi. Sumstad, Jill (2006), Syllabi and Lesson Planning in GS, a workshop to help new General Studies instructors prepare their syllabi. Publications Lucas, Gabe and Anthony Adrian Pino, ed. Occam s Razor, 24. Hayward: California State University, Published poetry Spring Conway, Deborah, et al. Writing Across the Curriculum Research Component Proposal. Hayward: California State University, Contributed student survey and raw data, and Incorporating Sources lesson plan and exercises/handouts. Blake, Kenneth, et al. English 6750 Class Book. Hayward: California State University, Contributed graduate paper: Classroom Conversation: Finding a Balance in the Dichotomies, classroom observations, and a lesson plan outline about incorporating Joesph M. Williams Style: The Basics of Clarity and Grace in the classroom. Lucas, Gabe and Anthony Adrian Pino, ed. Occam s Razor, 22. Hayward: California State University, Published poetry Spring Gubernat, Susan, faculty ed. Deep Thunk. Hayward: English 4070, Helped edit and illustrate. Published poetry 2005 PROFESSIONAL AFFLIATIONS National Council of Teachers of English California Faculty Association Poets & Writers Magazine California State University East Bay COMPFAC Listserv PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Classes and Workshops

6 New Adjunct Faculty training seminar, Cañada College, Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, Wednesday Redwood Workshop, City, CA, California August State University East Bay, Department of English, Hayward, CA. A weekly workshop focusing on issues and ideas in English to facilitate making professors better teachers. Ongoing. Technical and professional writing class, California State University East Bay, Hayward, CA, Fall 2006 Blackboard introduction, California State University East Bay, Faculty Development, Hayward, CA, Fall A workshop designed to introduce faculty to our university s virtual classroom and grade book system.

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