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Umstatter, Jack


UMSTATTER, Jack. American, b. 1950. Genres: Education. Career: West Islip Public Schools, West Islip, NY, English teacher, 1972-94; Dowling College, Oakdale, NY, adjunct assistant professor of education, 1990-; Cold Spring Harbor Public Schools, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, English teacher, 1994-. Publications: Hooked on Literature! Ready-to-Use Activities and Materials to Spark Students' Interest in Literature, Grades Nine and Up, 1994; 201 Ready-toUse Word Games for the English Classroom, 1994; Brain Games! Ready-to-Use Activities That Make Thinking Fun for Grades Six to Twelve, 1996; Hooked on English! Ready-to-Use Activities for the English Curriculum, Grades Seven to Twelve, 1997; Ready-to-Use Word Activities; Ready-to-Use Sentence Activities; Ready-to-Use Paragraph Writing Activities; Ready-to-Use Prewriting & Organization Activities; Ready-to-Use Revision & Proofreading Activities; Ready-to-Use Portfolio Development Activities. Address: Cold Spring Harbor High School, 82 Turkey Lane, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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