Birthday Bash: 10am -Heritage History


Teresa Roth from Heritage History will be sharing on the Art of Eloquence Facebook fan page this Birthday Bash half hour.  Here is what she is offering as a prize for this half hour’s contest: Of all the stories which every child should know those from the Bible should be first. They are part of the instruction of the youth that cannot be neglected without a serious omission in his culture and development. The author of this volume has tried to write the great story of the people of Israel so that children can understand it and love it, without simplifying the words of the Bible into too familiar a style. He has adhered wherever he could to the very words of the Bible but at times has not hesitated to change them in order to strengthen the telling of the story. It is hoped that this volume will fill a long felt want for the nursery where the Bible story is a fitting end of the day; for the Sunday school where young children need to be told in simple words the story of the heroes of whom they are studying; for the every day school where the Bible is too much neglected and whose stories should be included among those that belong to the inheritance of every child; for the story teller everywhere who seeks for those great narratives that at all times are worth telling. To win this prize, you will need to post a comment to this blog post answering this question:  Name two of the roles ineffective communication can play in elementary students' lives that are listed on our Elementary page! We’ll be picking a winner from among the correct answers and contacting you via email so make sure you leave your email address on your comment post. Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter for another chance to win a Birthday Bash prize from Art of Eloquence!  And you might want to subscribe to the blog RSS feed so you don’t miss a contest today! (DISCLAIMER: Communication FUNdamentals, our blog, normally only posts three times a week (MWF) but today we are having a new post/contest each half hour of the Birthday Bash.) Congratulatons to our Winner: Karen!

16 comments


  • Fibia
    Developing shyness, especially when making friends or being in a new situation Not easily making or maintaining friendships

  • Tara Jenner
    Feeling left out of social situations Attempting to demand friends to what they want instead of asking

  • Orilla Crider

    Not easily making or maintaining friendships and Feeling left out of social situations


  • Teresa Gonzalez
    Attempting to demand friends do what they want instead of asking Getting upset when they want someone to listen while not being willing to listen to others

  • Karen

    Can have low self esteem, and can be socially left out.


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