Elizabeth Breau, PhD – History According to SAT: A Content Guide to SAT Reading and Writing – 592
Author: Steven Miletto
Elizabeth Breau, PhD – History According to SAT: A Content Guide to SAT Reading and Writing. This is episode 592 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
Elizabeth Breau, Ph.D. is a lifelong educator, parent, and author.
Elizabeth has over 25 years of experience as an English teacher for grades 7-12, including co-teaching an interdisciplinary English/history class that produced a magazine, and for which she won the College Board Bob Costas Award for Excellence in Teaching Writing.
She has also taught a variety of university classes in composition, literature, technical writing, public speaking, and women’s studies.
Dr. Breau is the author of History According to SAT: A Content Guide to SAT Reading and Writing, which she wrote to help students understand the history passages that comprise about 40% of passages that students read on the SAT”. Her book is a 2023 Nonfiction Authors Association Silver Award winner.
She has published scholarly articles, book reviews, including many about history books, and lifestyle- one of which appears in Chicken Soup for the Divorced Soul.
After earning a B.A. in English and History from Rutgers University, she earned a Doctorate in English Language and Literature Letters from Vanderbilt University.
Elizabeth resides in Albany, NY.
Her hobbies include reading, walking, anti-gravity yoga and other aerial classes, camping, canoeing, gardening, and having adventures with her rambunctious dog.
For more information, please consult: www.elizabethbreau.net
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