Even though my travel schedule is fully booked for now, I am happy to set up a Skype visit with a class. I’ve found these sessions to be a fun, informative way for readers to meet the author and for me to chat with my readers. The students can see me in my home office, can view the skyline through my window, and I’m free to show them photographs and images at the spur of the moment depending on the questions they ask.
The practical details: The school should have a good video connection. Students must have read my work and should be fully prepared to ask me questions about my books and my life as a writer. I always schedule an earlier practice session with the teacher and/or tech specialist so that we can be sure that all equipment is in working order. For large groups, it’s best to use a stationary microphone that is easy for the students to access. Projecting my image on a screen that all the students can see easily helps make for a successful interview.
The What Is Series Curriculum : includes elementary literature full of foundational bibletruths that aides in shaping the kind of person God calls your child or student to become. The teacher’s guide includes lesson plans on the topics of Unconditional Love, Forgiveness, Prayer, Bible and Worship to help develop student’s relationship with Christ and others. Through biblically integrated Christian education, students learn both subject matter and what God says about their lives. The goal is that eventually their life actions will speak about God.
Discover the truths God says about you, how to study and apply His word, and how to release His power through your faith and obedience.
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