Inspiring Duty

Duty:

Learn to communication with a heart of service

a.k.a. LANGUAGE ARTS
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines language arts as the subjects (as reading, spelling, literature, and composition) that aim at developing the student’s comprehension and capacity for use of written and oral language.

American Family Education helps you learn how to use your communication to serve and has therefore expanded the definition to be:  the study of Language Arts is to understand the foundational skills of all forms of verbal and written expression and to have a purposeful means to powerfully impact the world through service.

Academic service projects expand writing and communication skills. What if all your communications were done with an intent to serve? Learning exercises help students to learn the principles of writing and communication. Students take the needed care to produce acceptable, quality work that would genuinely serve the recipient. Students have opportunities to learn from each other and participate in group academic service projects for the community.

The following resources are for the AFE Families, Teachers & Leaders, SIGN IN HERE.
The following resources are for AFE Teachers & Leaders, SIGN IN HERE.

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