Tag Archives: southeast homeschool expo

Workshop: See the Light

Title: See the Light

Speaker/Affiliation: Gloria Kohlmann/See the Light

Date and Time: Saturday, July 31st, 2010, 10:00 AM

Description: 15 Parents and 15 Homeschoolers draw along as chalk artist Gloria Kohlmann illustrates a Bible story with a surprise finale! (Room 102)

Workshop: Applied Grammar

Title: Applied Grammar

Speaker/Affiliation: Gail Brubaker/Applied Grammar

Date and Time: Friday, July 30th, 2010, 5:30 PM

Description: Attendants will learn how to teach to the long term memory and learn why the Applied Grammar method is fast becoming known as the most efficient method for teaching the structure of the English Language. (Room 106)

Workshop: America the Beautiful: Giants of American History

Title: America the Beautiful: Giants of American History

Speaker/Affiliation: Jim Weiss/Greathall Productions

Date and Time: Saturday, July 31st, 2010, 10:00 AM

Description: America has been blessed with numerous heroic, extraordinary men and women who are real-life role models for our children. In this workshop, Jim Weiss presents riveting, time-honored, true stories that provide character, history and life lessons. Jim will show parents ways to make these people come to life in history and language arts lessons as well as how to offer perspective between the times in which they lived and today’s world. (Room 104)

Workshop: Are They Really Struggling? When should I Start Worrying

Title: Are They Really Struggling? When should I Start Worrying?

Speaker/Affiliation: Jennifer A. Hasser M.Ed./Syllables Reading Center

Date and Time: Saturday, July 31st, 2010, 10:00 AM

Description: As children acquire language & written skills, some types of errors are abnormal. This workshop provides parents with a guide to the red flags & what can be done to intervene before learning suffers. (Room 103)

Workshop: Latin, the Key to English

Title: Latin, the Key to English

Speaker/Affiliation: Barbara Beers/The Latin Road/The Phonics Road

Date and Time: Saturday, July 31st, 2010, 10:00 AM

Description: No other language affects English as much as Latin & reveals the secrets of many of our more difficult English spellings & meanings. It is the mother language of our most common spoken foreign languages & provides the key to the vocabulary of the sciences, medicine, law, literature, & history. Discover how you can learn this important language along with your 5th-12th grade students & teach them their advanced English grammar at the same time. (Room 105)