Ms. Stephanie Auble

Phone: (609) 652-1372 EX- 5026

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

MA Secondary English Education from Rutgers University BA English from Rutgers University

Ms. Stephanie Auble

Welcome to my webpage!

I'm excited to be a part of the English Department here at Absegami and I'm looking forward to a great school year!

If you have any questions, you can find my contact info below or you can stop by room C-6.  

  • HONORS ENGLISH I Grade 9 
    Honors English I is a college preparatory course designed for highly motivated students with outstanding
    ability. One course goal is to prepare students for Honors/AP level courses that may be taken in sophomore
    through senior years. Based on the NJ Student Learning Standards, critical reading, writing, language,
    speaking, and listening skills are refined in a rigorous academic environment in which students are expected
    to be able to work independently. Students selected for Honors English I should be highly proficient in their
    reading, writing, and organizational abilities. Student selection is based on multiple measures.

    LITERATURE AND CINEMA: ANALYZING THE ARTS Grades 11-12 
    This is a college preparatory course designed for students in grades 11 and 12. This course investigates
    the relationships between two media, film and literature, studying links across genre, structure and style.
    The course explores how art challenges cross-cultural, political, and aesthetic boundaries. The course
    follows a three-tiered focus with the purpose of making students better academic writers and better literary
    readers while utilizing reading, interpretation, and creation of film scripts. This course is structured to
    balance both classic and contemporary literature, allowing students to draw connections among the plays
    of Shakespeare, Miller, and Shaw with more modern works like The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Room.
    This course is aligned to the NJ Student Learning Standards in English Language Arts for Grades 11 and
    12 and fulfills an English graduation requirement.