Workshops & Seminars for students
Writing Workshop I (4 hours) - Students learn to write high-quality, single paragraph essays. Concepts include selecting a topic, choosing supporting ideas, creating interesting topic sentences, and creating appropriate concluding sentences. Before and after assessments demonstrate progress.
Writing Workshop II (4 hours) - Writing Workshop I is a prerequisite to this course which demonstrates how to create a high-quality, multi-paragraph essay. Concepts include transitioning from a single paragraph essay to the
multi-paragraph essay, smooth transitions, creating a captivating introductory paragraph, and writing a solid concluding paragraph. Students complete a multi-paragraph essay in class, demonstrating proficiency.
Study Skills Seminar (4 hours) - Concepts include establishing goals, organization, reading skills, taking notes, memorization, and taking tests successfully.
Economics 101 (6 hours) - This survey course introduces students to Austrian Economics and demonstrates the fallacy of Keynesian Economics. Students will learn the fundamentals of sound economics including the principles embraced by the Founding Fathers vs. those embraced by modern politicians. Causal relationships between economic policy and the impact upon Americans is examined.
World History Survey (4 hours) - This seminar gives students the 10,000’ view of world history. Students learn about ancient history through the lens of Biblical truth. There is also an overview of history in the church age. Fun and engaging, this course will “put the pieces of the puzzle together” for your student. Great course for those struggling with world history and for those who love it!
U.S. History Survey (4 hours) - A unique seminar that explains the various interpretations of U.S. history and gives an overview of critical events and the people involved. There is a strong emphasis on how our Republic was centered on a Biblical foundation and the consequences for the Nation for having departed from Biblical truth.
Life in Colonial America (2 hours) - This fun course, presented in 18th Century period costume, provides students with a strong visual representation of everyday life in the American Colonies, circa 1607-1776.
Church History 101 (2 hours) - This seminar is taught from the Biblicist perspective. In other words, Christ built His church and the gates of hell have never prevailed against it. From the time of Christ until the present day, there have always been churches extant that have held to the teachings of the Bible alone. This is in contrast to the secular perspective, as well as the restoration views of church history propagated by the Church of Christ, Mormons, and Pentecostals.
Getting Started with Student Training:
Dan can present one or several of the above courses for your home school, private, or public school students. If you are located in the Abilene, TX area, Brother Charland can arrange accommodations locally.
For a fee schedule of recommended donations, please contact Dan Charland using this link.