If you are missing the delight your children took in science explorations as little kids, take a listen to how we can keep the wonder and delight in this study, even as our students head into high school. Join Leslie Hubbard and Amy Jones as they help host Lisa Bailey see that the best tools for studying science are wonder, imagination, our senses, and the ability and expectation to know God! They’ll show us all how to use the Five Canons of Rhetoric to connect science to the everyday pursuits of family life.
Do you or your student dread writing or do you embrace it excitedly? Join Jennifer Courtney and Stephanie Meter as they discuss writing across the curriculum—in literature, history, and science. Together, they explore how the five canons of rhetoric can help you write about any topic in an organized, interesting, and persuasive way to capture the minds and hearts of your audience.
Hoping to guide your student to towards gracious communication, sound judgment, and contemplation of virtue? Teach them speech and debate skills, really! Listen as Melisa Weaver, Leslie Hubbard, and Lisa Bailey talk about how the Five Canons of Rhetoric and the practice of political speech, forensic speech, and ceremonial speech lead our students toward the art of compassionate conversation.
Do we really need to work on reading with our high schoolers? Isn’t it enough that they can read and know what to read and do read? Listen in as Jennifer Courtney, Stephanie Meter, and Lisa Bailey discuss the spiritual aspect of “why read?” as well as offer some insights for weaving the Five Canons of Rhetoric into reading, into experiencing books, and into family conversations.