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Upcoming Schedule
"Hand-in Hand: A Homeschooling Father Reminisces"
Arundel Homeschool Support Group Fellowship Dinner
Annapolis Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Friday, September 1, 2000, 6:00 PM
Annapolis, MD

Sharing Our Faith with our Kids,
(or, realizing what we did not know about God.)
M.O.Ps' Dinner
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
Saturday, October 21, 2000, 6:00 PM
Catonsville, MD

What We Learned about Deuteronomy 6,
(and lived to tell about it.)
Chapelgate Presbyterian Homeschoolers
Chaplegate Presbyterian Church
Monday, December 4, 2000
Elkridge, MD


Barbara has had the privilege to "facilitate" a great group of young people writers for the coming millennium who are homeschooled. They produced a literary journal, of which Barbara is quite proud! This teaching opportunity has led to the point of this series of articles called Building Writers for the NEXT Millennium.

A Modest Outline for Writing a Composition, an Essay, a Paper, or the Great American Novel
by Barbara Smith
Open your eyes your ears wake up your heart and crank on your mind -- but not so wide that your brains fall out! Every idea is not always worth the effort of developing. One Person will always be there as you think, research and reflect upon your work. Always seek first the Lord Jesus's direction.
Uploaded on 9 December 1999

Raising Writers at Home
by Barbara Smith
This is the text of a talk given August 21, 1999 for Walkersville Christian Family School Homeschool Conference, Roxburty PA.
Uploaded on 27 August 1999

Teaching Writing and Living to tell about it?
by Barbara Smith
"How do we teach our children to *do* the very thing that paralyzes us? Memories of endless, cheerless grammar lessons, bewildering writing assignment and deadly topics for monotonous research papers flare up and scorch us."
Uploaded on 8 October 1998

Back to the Techniques of Teaching Writing
by Barbara Smith
"Children ARE impressed by seeing what their parents do. If you do not put a priority on learning, reading and writing -- neither will your kids."
Uploaded on 8 October 1998

Learning From Barbara's Mistakes
by Barbara Smith
"I have made a lot of mistakes teaching writing primarily jumping into elementary school lessons without properly reviewing what I was doing or why. DON'T DO THIS."
Uploaded on 8 October 1998


© Barbara W. Smith 1998, all rights reserved
Permission is given to reprint any of Barbara's articles in non-profit publications as long as the article is reprinted in full and contains the copyright information and Web site address.

Please send a copy of the publication to:
Third Floor Publishing
PO Box 827
Arnold, MD 21012

We hope our thoughts encourage you in the Lord Jesus Christ who has enabled us to do exceedingly abundantly more than we could have asked or imagined -- please let us know what YOU think. E-mail us at workbook@toad.net. (Please don't forget to include your e-mail address with in the body of the message--we've had some of our responses returned due to insufficient e-mail addresses.)




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