Rachel Ann Rogish - Schoolhouse Teachers

Rachel Ann Rogish

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Rachel Ann Rogish resides on an island off the coast of New Jersey where her family is involved in full-time ministry. Homeschooled from kindergarten through high school, Rachel Ann is excited to give back to the mission of quality home education and to promote the reality of a creative ministry lifestyle.

High school and university studies refined Rachel Ann's gifts in writing, drama, art, and music. After her time in university, Rachel Ann is now home in New Jersey; when she is not writing, she is learning the domestic arts, helping in her parent’s ministry, exploring the wonders of nature, reading a good book, freelancing for the Cape May County Herald Newspaper, and preparing for the day when she will meet the spouse God has for her.

Immanuel’s Veins, a historical fiction novel set during the unsettled 1790s, is her first novel in progress. The tale of a young man’s search for place and meaning in the world, Immanuel’s Veins dares to ask and answer what liberty truly is in uncertain times and to demonstrate the pursuit of a living, experiential faith in Christ.

Follow her literary journey on Facebook @seagypsyrachelann.

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Courses Taught by Rachel Rogish:

Simply Shakespeare: What these Tales shall have been to the young readers, that and much more it is the writer’s wish that the true Plays of Shakespeare may prove to them in older years – enrichers of fancy, strengtheners of virtue, a withdrawing from all selfish and mercenary thoughts, a lesson of all sweet and honorable thoughts and actions to teach courtesy, benignity, generosity, humanity: for of examples, teaching these virtues, his pages are full. ~ Charles Lamb, Tales from Shakespeare

In the Limelight looks at a number of classic plays and shows you how to study and perform them at home—even if your student is an only child. But In the Limelight does much more than that. It goes deep into the Biblical truths that can be learned from each play.

Courses Co-Authored by Rachel Rogish:

Everyday Easels presents art in the context of other subjects to help those students whose interest in art may only be piqued by understanding the story behind the art or by approaching the art from another direction entirely.

Let This Day in History lead you on an exploration of important events from ancient history through today with timeline figures, living book lists, short fiction, discussion questions, hands-on activities, and upper grade options.