Peas in a Pod: A Trial Bible Class


Meet one of the Lemons-Aid teachers to see if we are peas in a pod. It’s a risk-free way to meet the teacher before signing up for a course.


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Are we a good match? Pop into this trial class for a sample Bible lesson. Meet the teacher and ask questions about any of the classes from Lemons-Aid. We will get to know each other a little, determine your needs, and determine which courses would benefit you. It’s a very inexpensive and risk-free way to test-drive a class before you jump into a full course. You can see if we are peas in a pod!

To read bios and see teacher introduction videos, visit our This is Us page. We can’t wait to meet you! 🙂

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For first-time learners on Lemons-Aid, you can use the coupon code Newbie20 to get $20 off your first class.

If the Lemons-Aid schedule doesn’t work for you, check the offerings of this course on Outschool. Courses on Outschool are secular. Use this referral code and get $20 off your first class on Outschool: 0BAnv5zn

The Lemons-Aid Way: Our Approach to Teaching & Learning is Explicit!

Explicit teaching is a method of instruction students desperately need! It is the opposite of a constructivist philosophy whereby students ponder and explore to construct meaning themselves. Well…

Instead of leaving students to magically figure out how to write an essay, we teach explicitly, which is backed by a large body of evidence, and it’s how Mrs. Lemons teaches her undergraduate and graduate teacher-candidates in college to teach! We do it this way because it’s how kids learn.

Explicit instruction is “a structured, systematic, and effective methodology for teaching academic skills. It is called explicit because it is an unambiguous and direct approach to teaching that includes both instructional design and delivery procedures. Explicit instruction is characterized by a series of supports or scaffolds, whereby students are guided through the learning process with clear statements about the purpose and rationale for learning the new skill, clear explanations and demonstrations of the instructional target, and supported practice with feedback until independent mastery has been achieved.”
-Explicit Instruction: Effective and Efficient Teaching by Anita L. Archer and Charles A. Hughes.

Anita Archer trained Mrs. Lemons in workshops, and it changed her teaching. Read a little more about the research behind explicit teaching here and here.

Get to know Mrs. Lemons a little more.

We have adopted The Master’s Seminary Doctrinal Statement.

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