How many times have you been asked “The Question”?
You know, the one that people ask when they learn that you homeschool your children.
It’s a question brimming with misconceptions….
Once upon a time there was a homeschool mom with three children who needed to learn how to write.
In a world of emojis, text messaging, and chat, this mom wanted her kids to have the skills to eloquently “say what they mean” (and the character to “mean what they say”).
But she had a problem.
Since she wasn’t a writer herself, the thought of teaching her kids how to write overwhelmed her.
Once the honeymoon is over, marriage can become more challenging. Past hurts, disappointments, and a difficult family history can exasperate marital conflicts.
In my first year of marriage, I faced a painful decision. It tested the strength of my commitment to faithfulness and transparency in my marriage.
It’s a rather personal story…
As a homeschool mom and writing teacher, I understand how difficult it can be to try to teach a reluctant writer. It’s easy to feel inadequate.
Thankfully, after 40+ years of writing, I’ve discovered a few techniques and tips that can transform a reluctant writer into a confident communicator.
If you’d like a little guidance on how to inspire a student who is reluctant to write, keep reading….