Teaching Rhetoric in Grammar School


by
Trish Detrick June 10, 2013


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2013

ABSTRACT:

Speaking in a winsome and persuasive manner is the capstone of a classical education, but training public speaking skills should not wait until the last few years of a student’s education. This workshop explores practical ways to train beginning rhetoric skills in the lower school and therefore develop confident and winsome older students who embody the “good man well spoken.


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Classical Education Grammar Rhetoric Teaching


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Trish Detrick
Trisha Detrick teaches fourth grade at The Geneva School in Orlando, Florida. She holds a B.A. in Elementary Education and is certified by the state of Florida. Trisha was introduced to classical education in college and was blessed to complete her student teaching in a classical school. She spent her first six years of teaching at a small ACCS school before transferring to The Geneva School. Trisha is a dynamic teacher who has a passion for training fellow teachers. She is an inspiring mentor and is actively involved in cultivating a vibrant and thriving culture amongst her colleagues in the grammar school. This is Trisha’s fourth year speaking at SCL conferences, and she is excited to be back again.

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