Dr. Eugene Williams, Sr. (left) is a well-known public school and college teacher, author, researcher, and administrator. As the Director of Academic Enhancement in the Washington, D.C. Public Schools, Dr. Williams implemented a highly effective test improvement program, which has dramatically increased National Merit and Achievement finalists in the D.C. Schools. He is a prolific writer and has spoken at several national conventions. Dr. Williams' work has been featured in Newsweek, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, and on CNN.
Eugene Williams, Jr. (right) received a B.A. in English from Emory University in 199 1. He is a professional actor, singer, and writer who has appeared on stage, screen, and television with such celebrities as Bill Cosby, Ossie Davis, Ray Charles, Pearl Bailey, and Stephanie Mills. In
1978, he became the first Black child actor in a major, recurring role on the highly acclaimed CBS soap opera, "Search for Tomorrow." At the age of 12, he served as a correspondent for "PM Magazine", a nationally syndicated news program. Eugene is also the co-author of It's A Reading Thing: HeIp Your Child Understand, an SAT verbal prep guide (for parents) that gained national recognition from Washington Post columnist, William Raspberry The author of The "Raisin-In-Milk" Syndrome: Ten Survival Tips for Black Students at Predominantly White Colleges & Universities and Reflections of a Confused Middle Class Black Youth, he is a much sought after national motivational speaker. Many of his opinions about black white relations on college campuses appear in "The Feminist Classroom" by Mary Kay Tetreault and Frinde Maher. He currently resides in Upper Marlboro, Maryland and serves as an educational consultant and verbal SAT instructor in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Dr. Mary H. Johnson operates Success In Learning Math Centers. She holds the Bachelor's, Master's and Doctorate degrees in Mathematics -- the Doctorate from University of Maryland College Park.
Words Cross & Across: Word Search on Barack Obama
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by Dr. Eugene Williams, Sr.
Paperback: 159 pages
Publisher: Academic Resources Unlimited (November 11, 2008)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.4 inches
Words, Cross & Across: Word Search on Barack Obama is a unique word search/word chart book conceptualized to improve vocabulary and relations between parents and their children. While the book is a family guide, teachers and students can also use it to enhance vocabulary and sharpen their word building skills. Parents and their children will find this info-packed book to be an effective educational tool to learn more about a popular family and the right use of words, words that students will come across during standardized tests, including the PSAT and the SAT.
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