age of sail history of victorian british history or 19th century literature; all high school level —because this is the stuff that fascinates me most and that i probably know most about having read hundreds upon hundreds of books since childhood.
The gospel. There’s no topic people are in greater need of, no topic with a greater chance of self perpetuation, and no topic with farther reaching temporal and eternal impact and benefits.
Same here. Fortunately I do teach adult women’s Sunday school. Only as a substitute, but love it. However, to be balanced, I need other interests. Come out of the ivory towers to be of use in this world. Practice what I teach. God bless you today;
I already teach, but boy would I love to throw down on some good British lit at the college level… I had a great professor and would love passing his wisdom on to others!
I’ve already done it and I’m not keen to ever do it again. Didn’t really care for it. I did a short class on what historical fiction is for the Louisiana ACFW chapter a few years ago.
After dental surgery (number…I’ve lost count) today, I was going to say something related to that. But then I realized: How to keep a clean house. Because those who can, do; those who can’t, teach. ;-)
a really hard question as I hate being centre of attention. I use to teach scrapbooking classes but wasn’t that great at it. If it was a smaller class I would love to teach people needing to learn how to use the computer, internet and basic word programs. I have taught how to use the internet one on one and enjoyed that and also helping fellow class mates who were learning to use word programs. I have also enjoyed teaching one of the bookshop ladies easier ways to use the mouse and ways to use the new system which make sense to her. The basic one being play solitare to learn how to use the mouse better which I have noticed she has been doing.
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