Isabella she was an acknowledged expert in developing Sunday-school lesson plans for young children.
At Chautauqua Institution she taught classes for Sunday-school teachers; and because she was “an advanced thinker,” she encouraged teachers to employ modern devices—such as slates and blackboards—to keep their youngest students engaged and eager to learn.
Some of her teaching methods are revealed in this month’s free read, “An Hour with Miss Streator,” an 1884 short story about a young Sunday-school teacher who has more influence over the hearts and souls of her young students than she will ever know.
In Miss Streator’s Sunday-school class every child is welcome, even the trouble-makers that have been ejected from other classrooms! Although she’s not a trained Sunday-school teacher, Miss Streator is earnest and determined to teach her young students about salvation. Will her innovative methods help her succeed?
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4 thoughts on “Free Read: An Hour with Miss Streator”
Thank you so much. I always enjoy a Pansy read.
You’re welcome, Luba. Enjoy the story! —Jenny
Thank you! I love these glimpses into the past where the issues can help with today.
I love her stories for the same reason. Thanks for commenting! —Jenny