CHRISTIAN TEEN PROGRAM
Homeschooled students age 12-18 are invited to participate in the 2016 AFHE Convention Teen Program. Attendance is limited to the first 500 teens that register.
Teens participating in the Teen Program must register with their parents for the convention or have another adult that will be on-site during the convention who will be responsible for each teen. The Phoenix Convention Center is a public building in Downtown Phoenix. Parents or a designated adult are responsible for the well-being and safety of their children and teens during the convention, not the AFHE Board of Directors, Convention Committee, convention volunteers, teen program presenters.
NOTE:Teen Program participants do not need to pay the $10 child/teen admission fee on top of their $20 registration.
Although we are not staffed to assist students who need special assistance, we would invite a parent, older sibling, or aide to attend the teen program with a student who needs assistance. Please email us at email@example.com to discuss any special circumstances that may impact a student's ability to participate in the teen program. The teen program is primarily lecture style.
$20 per student includes this two-day program along with admission to any of the workshops during the convention and admission to the exhibit hall.
Students registered for the Teen Program will have special name badges that must be worn at all times, and may not be shared or transferred to others.
TEEN PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS
We have three exciting segments during this year's Teen Program. Below you'll find details about each segment.
The Teen Program will take place in room 164-166 at the Phoenix Convention Center, South Building.
WORLD HISTORY CAMP - "UNLEASHING THE POWER!"
Taught by Linda Lacour Hobar, author of The Mystery of History
Friday, July 15, 11:00 AM - Noon
Unleashing the Power of World History!
Have you been shackled by world history studies that were boring, irrelevant, depressing, or secular? It need not be! Join Linda Lacour Hobar, author of The Mystery of History, for ideas on unleashing the power of world history through inspiring stories of triumph and tragedy from the New Testament to present day and beyond. (Spoiler alert: In the end, God wins!)
Friday, July 15, 1:30 - 2:30 PM
What Teens Should Know about WWI
From trenches and truces on the Western Front to famous flying aces in the sky, let Linda Lacour Hobar walk you through a multi-faceted visual presentation of what tweens and teens should know about World War I.
Friday, July 15, 3:00 - 4:00 PM
Bad Boys of the 20th Century!
Who are the worst of the worst dictators of the 20th century? Opinions may vary, but we will learn about the chilling rise to power of Vladimir Lenin, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, and Adolf Hitler. No previous knowledge needed to consider what should be learned from history – and avoided – as our world capitulates on the brink of World War III!
Saturday, July 16, 11:00 AM - Noon
What Does Homeschooling Mean to YOU?
As a homeschooled teen you probably have some helpful insights and opinions about your home education experience. There are many reasons that parents choose to homeschool and many benefits to this model of education. This session will encourage students to think more deeply about why homeschooling is the choice your parents have made for your education and help you better understand the incredible value of homeschooling as an education model.
ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE: USING THE DRAMATIC ARTS TO ENGAGE YOUR WORLD
Join speakers Steve & Sharon Rodriguez and a host of MoezArt Productions’ talented actors for an afternoon of instruction, entertainment, and inspiration. Explore the use of the arts, speaking, comedy, and drama to effectively engage the world.
Saturday, July 16, 1:30 - 2:30 PM
Make 'Em Laugh: Improvisation and Comedy
Consider the power of laughter to break down walls and open people up. Laughter is a gift from God but so often people look for laughs in all the wrong places. Learn how to make people laugh in a way that is both Christ-honoring and down-right hysterical.
Saturday, July 16, 3:00 - 4:00 PM
Going Solo: Public Speaking and Monologues
Public speaking may be the #1 fear of Americans, but it can be a powerful tool. Personal performances can provide opportunities to relate, inform, educate, and inspire. Learn to utilize the dramatic arts in speaking.
Saturday, July 16, 4:30 - 5:30 PM
Drama for Impact: Engage the World for Christ
Across all mediums nothing speaks to us like the struggles and triumphs that make us all human. Experience thought-provoking performances meant to challenge our thinking and change our hearts through God’s truth.