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Articles tagged How to Use the Five Canons of Rhetoric

Math for Love

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“Why do I teach math to students? I teach math so that students might love the Creator of math. But I also teach math so that I will love God and love my children more” (Leigh Bortins, The Conversation, 127). The thing I love most about math is that I don’t have to...
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Wonderstruck by Science

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The Conversation Monthly Wonderstruck by Science “Life is at its best is an adventure, a voyage of discovery. What could be more gratifying than to discover, describe and explain some basic principle that no human being has ever understood before? This is the stuff of...
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Memoria that Makes a Mark

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In April of 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King was arrested for participating in a protest march that was part of an effort to end segregation in Birmingham, Alabama. While he was in jail, someone brought him a copy of a newspaper which contained an open letter from a group...
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Growing Deep Roots for Speaking and Writing

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The Conversation Monthly Growing Deep Roots for Speaking and Writing “Child, to say the very thing you really mean, the whole of it, nothing more or less or other than what you really mean; that’s the whole art and joy of words.” --C. S. Lewis, Till We Have Faces (...
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Drawing Out the Wonder: 5 Tools to Make Your High School Day More Delightful

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“Rhetoric is the use of knowledge and understanding to perceive wisdom, pursue virtue and proclaim truth” (Leigh Bortins, The Conversation, 38). If I had to sum up my favorite memories of the elementary homeschooling years, it would be “hot cocoa and buttered popcorn...
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