On this page is a list of courses that I have previously taught, with the materials that I have developed for those courses, including syllabi when I was the sole instructor for the course.
This class was a year-long introduction to Latin supervised by Dr. Samuel Beckelhymer, for which I taught my own section twice a week. The students watched video lectures outside of class and my section consisted in working through the textbook, with the appropriate homework assignments and exams.
Spring 2018 — Seminar: Beowulf and its Old Norse Analogs, UCLA. [syllabus]
I designed this writing-intensive course for the third quarter of the cluster program in undergraduate education initiatives “Never-Ending Stories: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Myth” (GE30), for which I was a teaching assistant in fall 2017 and winter 2018. While the fall and winter quarters allowed the students to explore a range of approaches to the study of myth and folklore from multiple cultural backgrounds, my seminar focused on Scandinavian folklore and its parallels with Beowulf.
Fall 2013 — Latin I, Western Michigan University. [syllabus]
As Teaching Assistant:
Summer 2019 — Introduction to the Study of Language, UCLA (Linguistics 1, online. Instructors: Prof. Harold Terence & Dr. Philip Duncan).
Spring 2019 — Syntax II, UCLA (Linguistics 165B, Instructor: Dr. Nicoletta Loccioni).
Winter 2019 — Introduction to the Study of Language, UCLA (Linguistics 1. Instructor: Prof. Nina Hyams).
Fall 2017 & Winter 2018 — Never-Ending Stories: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Myth, UCLA (Cluster program in undergraduate education initiatives (GE30). Professors: Sara Burdorff, Stephanie Jamison, Olga Yokoyama).