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English language educator

Henrietta Stover Twining, American English language educator. Certified elementary school teacher, secondary school teacher, post secondary, Alabama. Named Most Outstanding Female Instructor, Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University Student Government Association, 1979-1980; recipient Recognitions for Community Service, citation DAV Comdrs. Club, 1998, certified of appreciation Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1998.

Background

Twining, Henrietta Stover was born on February 25, 1931 in Pawnee, Oklahoma, United States. Daughter of Leonard E. and Olga (Wolf) Stover.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Education summa cum laude, Central State University (now called University Central Oklahoma), Edmond, 1962. Master in Teaching cum laude, Central State University (now called University Central Oklahoma), Edmond, 1967. Postgraduate, Old Dominion University, 1970.

Postgraduate, Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1982.

Career

Secondary school teacher Hampton (Virginia) Public Schools. Secondary teacher Huntsville (Alabama) City Public Schools. Elementary and secondary teacher, supervisor university student teachers Oklahoma City Public Schools, Oklahoma.

Student teacher Bethany (Oklahoma) Public Schools. Teacher speed reading Charles Woodard Speed Reading Corporation, Oklahoma City, 1965-1966. Professor English Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, Huntsville, 1969-1993.

Also faculty member English department Upward Bound program, 1972-1978. Also chairman textbook selection committee Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, Huntsville, Alabama, 1981-1993. Retired, 1993

Chairman, co-chairman sessions Conference College Composition and Communications International Organization, 1988-1993.

Co-chairman National Council Accreditation of Teacher Education, Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1988-1989. Chairman English department, editorial committee institutional self-study reaffirmation accreditation Southern Association Colleges and Schools, Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1992-1993. Professional speech writer, and/or presenter Community Action Acy., Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, also others.

Official judge of area, district, and state Speech and Poetry contests.

Achievements

  • Certified elementary school teacher, secondary school teacher, post secondary, Alabama.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Instructor's Quiz Book to accompany Prentice Hall Reader, 2d, 1989, 3d edition (with George Miller), 1992. Member editorial advisory board Collegiate Press, 1988-1992. Textbook reviewer Prentice Hall, Harcourt Brace, Collegiate Press, Allyn & Bacon, Wadsworth, et al.

      , 1982-1992. Reviewer, editor Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University Official Publications, 1982-1992, advisor and editor doctor's dissertations. Professional speechwriter and presenter Community Action Agency and Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, television appearances for Community Action Agency, 1978-1993.

Membership

Senior staff member Cmty. Action Agency of Huntsville-Madison/Limestone Counties, Inc., 1978-1992, piano accompanist for music classes and student soloists, also informational television appearances, 1978-1993. Member National Education Association, American Association Retired Persons, National Retired Teachers Division, Modern Language Association, Alabama Education Association, National Council Teachers English, National Council Accreditation Teacher.Edn., Alabama Council Teachers English, Association College English Teachers Alabama, Control State College-U. Control Oklahoma Alumni Association (life), Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi (Personalities of the South awards 1978-1980). F C.

Connections

Children: Patricia T. Rioux, Donald E.

father:
Leonard E. Stover

mother:
Olga (Wolf) Stover

children:
Donald E. Twining

Patricia T. Rioux Twining