Bethanie Frank

Lesson Designer

Bethanie Frank is a wife and homeschooling mom. She has taught college, high school, and middle school. She enjoys reading and crafting. Bethanie earned her BA in Theatre from the University of Missouri in Kansas City. She earned her MFA in Theatre from Western Illinois University. She has performed in and directed numerous productions. She is involved in her homeschool co-op and loves being able to stay at home with her daughter.

Courses taught by Bethanie

African American Literature: This is an advanced high school literature course for students wishing to explore African American literature from the time of the North American slave narratives to modern plays and playwrights. Students will engage in a variety of learning through various audio/visual resources and multi-media technologies designed to cultivate an understanding of the themes of African American literature.

Advanced Public Speaking: This is an eighteen-week class designed for students who want to gain more instruction in public speaking and the evaluation of speeches. We will go over various speeches and explore the use of media and advanced listening skills. In this class, students will write and deliver multiple speeches. The goal is for the student to polish their public speaking skills and further develop informed insights as to what makes an effective speech.