NEW at Art of Eloquence: UPDATED Sample Lessons


We've updated all our sample lessons! Over the last year, I have been working almost exclusively on new communication studies, especially the ones that you have told us you needed.  Over the year, we have released:

Say What You Mean Debating the Issues

  Say What You Mean Overcoming Social Anxiety

 

Say What You Mean Beginning Debate

 

Say What You Mean Avoiding, Reducing and Resolving Conflicts

 

This past year has left me precious little time to do some much needed revising of our website...and you all know how UNtechie I am.  Well, in the past few weeks, I've been working on several aspects of our website and today I'm ready to announce our first series of changes: UPDATED Sample Lessons!

After much techie frustration, I have finally been able to update and upload revised versions of the seven sample lessons that we have had, mostly for our homeschool curricula, and HEEEEEEAR they are!  

Say What You Mean for Preschoolers

Say What You Mean for Kids

Say What You Mean for Teens

Know Your Audience

Say What You Mean: A Creative Speech Course

 

 

Say What You Mean: Defending the Faith

 

Say What You Mean When You're in Business

 

Each sample lesson link is located toward the bottom of the page so feel free to browse!  I am currently working to create sample lessons for some of our newer studies which do not yet have them.  I should be finished with them all by Wednesday, so come on back to the blog and check them out!

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2 comments


  • Carla

    I love the idea of sample lessons! It’s like on Amazon when they let you see the inside of a book. You have a much better idea of what you’re purchasing. You don’t get “pig in a poke” problems. In today’s world of eBooks and online purchasing, this is vital. It saves you time, money and hassles, knowing you are purchasing exactly what you need.


  • jojosblog

    Exactly. We’ve had them since the beginning on some of our studies…mostly our homeschool ones. BUT some were just so outdated that we had to update them. Now to create the rest of them!


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