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Languages - A Means Of Sharing The Gospel, Adrienne J. Royo Mar 2016

Languages - A Means Of Sharing The Gospel, Adrienne J. Royo

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A class devotional is a resource for language learning, as well as, facilitating the means by which students may gain life coping skills. Spanish language literature offers a rich resource for sharing the gospel, available in all academic settings. Students learn that the Scriptures are a life strategy.


Charge/Recharge: The Educator's Powerpack Installation, Adrienne J. Royo Jan 2016

Charge/Recharge: The Educator's Powerpack Installation, Adrienne J. Royo

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Have you been behind the desk, as an educator, for such an extended period of time that you need to re-charge your learning experience "batteries"? Do you need some "out-of-the-box" ideas to bring some new teaching strategies to the classroom?


A Culture, A People, A Nation - Understanding Of A Culture Through Icons And Symbols., Adrienne J. Royo Oct 2014

A Culture, A People, A Nation - Understanding Of A Culture Through Icons And Symbols., Adrienne J. Royo

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Addresses the global issues of icons and symbols as a tool for the definition that society ascribes to a particular culture, people, or nation, followed by a specific focus on Spain and Spanish culture.

The icons and symbols include such figures as Don Quijote, Reina Sofía, and Andrés Segovia, as well as, the Roman Acqueduct of Segovia, the Moorish fortress of Granada. The heritage of Toledo.


Scripture And Prayer In Christian Education -- Nurturing, Discipleschip, And Retention, Adrienne J. Royo Mar 2014

Scripture And Prayer In Christian Education -- Nurturing, Discipleschip, And Retention, Adrienne J. Royo

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Can Scripture and Prayer be anchors for success in academia, as well as a forum for nurturing, discipleship, and retention? Christian education bears the objective of spiritual growth and academic achievement. To attain this goal in my classes, each student selects, provides, and models, linguistically-speaking, a chosen Scripture reading, with a life application. Prayer is offered, providing a framework for the formulation of a prayer in the target language, facilitating competence to communicate with God through a newly acquired means. Studies have shown that the ability to express one's inner thoughts in another language increases one's ...