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Anatomy of a Research Project

Contributor: Jason Beachy | File type : Curricular

These guidelines describe an annual science or history fair for Grades 4-12. Each grade has a general topic (science, history, Bible, etc). Projects include a research report, an oral report (typica... Read More

A Better Grasp of Grammar Use (Curriculum Review)

Contributor: Travis Zook | Length : 5 | File type : Video

Are your students growing in their grasp of English grammar? Do you, and they, enjoy the subject?Travis shares the benefits he and his students realized in using Grammar and Writing from Curtis ... Read More

Developing Speaking Skills Across The Curriculum (Jonas Sauder)

Contributor: Jonas Sauder | Length : 61 | File type : Audio

Sometimes students can learn to express clearly articulated thoughts better in settings that are not formally called “public speaking." We will consider ways to develop students' oral skills as they... Read More

Reading, Writing, and Speaking Across the Curriculum, Part I

Contributor: Jonas Sauder | Length : 88 | File type : Audio

Writing can be an effective way to respond to or interact with the subjects of history, math, and science. Jonas lists alternatives to predictable writing assignments, and suggests general guidelines ... Read More

Reading, Writing, and Speaking Across the Curriculum, Part II

Contributor: Jonas Sauder | Length : 52 | File type : Audio

In the second part of the series on reading, writing, and speaking across the curriculum, Jonas focuses on the role of reading and writing in Bible and language arts.Courtesy FBEP.

Reading, Writing, and Speaking Across the Curriculum, Part III

Contributor: Jonas Sauder | Length : 55 | File type : Audio

Jonas continues with activities that promote deeper integration of learning, including asking questions of people in history and paraphrasing familiar passages.Courtesy FBEP.