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This class will consist of a speech that I have been called and recalled into the schools to give to elementary through high school students several times over the past 16 years. This is a lecture style course with no audiovisuals. Students will introduce themselves and say what their interest in the law is followed by the lecture. The lecture will cover 3 main areas followed by an open Q & A. 1. How does one become a lawyer 2. What can you actually do with a law degree (jobs) 3. How I have...
Bachelor of Arts Studio Art & Theology, Notre Dame Master of Business Administration, International Business and Environmental Management, University of Tennessee Doctor of Jurisprudence, University of Tennessee
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Lifelong Learner & Educator
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116 completed classes
I enjoy incorporating educational opportunities into fun activities. For example, my Girls’ Coloring Social Club hides science, geography, social studies, arts, communication and history. My teaching style preference is a homeschool approach...