In this episode, I am pleased to introduce an award-winning professional storyteller. My family refers to him as the man with the golden voice. Others know him as Jim Weiss, the voice behind The Story of the World.
Jim and his wife, Randy, have spent nearly thirty years doing what they dearly love: traveling the world while entertaining and educating audiences (young and old) with beloved stories from history and literature.
Join us for the first of three episodes!
Highlights from this episode:
- why you should take the time to dig up true stories from history
- why original classic stories are superior to Hollywood versions
- how the entire family (from grandchild to grandparent) can enjoy the world’s greatest stories…together
- how to coordinate the study of history and literature (and why chronological is a good option)
- how to uncover the most meaningful way to learn history
- how to inspire someone (young or old) through stories
- why gaps in your own education aren’t a bad thing
- how to use a historical skeleton to plot your course of study
- Greensboro History Museum
- Queen Anne’s Revenge
- Red Legs Greaves
- Graveyard of the Atlantic
- The Story of the World – Susan Wise Bauer
- The Three Musketeers – Alexandre Dumas
- Jim’s travel calendar
- Timeline of Jim Weiss Stories and Tales – Jim Weiss
- The Queen’s Pirate: Elizabeth I and Sir Francis Drake – Jim Weiss
- Shakespeare for Children – Jim Weiss
- The Prince and the Pauper – Mark Twain
- Galileo and the Star Gazers – Jim Weiss
- Timeline of Classics: Historical Context for the Good and Great Books – Gail Ledbetter
With Jim Weiss in Greenville, SC – March 2013
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Tune in for episodes TLC 009 and TLC 010, where I complete my fascinating interview with the amazing Jim Weiss.
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Special thanks to Jim Weiss for joining me!
Check out episodes 009 and 010 to hear the rest of our conversation…
Preview Timeline of Classics