Six Questions with Mrs. Honig
1. What do you teach at ILS/what is your role at ILS?
I am the lead teacher for the Jr. Kindergarten class, and I am responsible for creating the lesson plans/objectives for all areas of study.
2. What does classical education mean to you?
Classical education is the three part process of training the mind through the grammar, logic and rhetoric stages and teaches students the proper use of the tools of learning. It also challenges students to think for themselves and cultivate a lifelong appreciation for truth, goodness and beauty in the world.
3. What is your favorite thing about ILS?
My favorite thing about ILS is the sense of community. I enjoy the camaraderie between colleagues, families and the community at large as we serve each other and ultimately our heavenly Father by being good neighbors.
4. Who was one teacher who inspired you?
A favorite teacher that inspired me was my 6th grade Sunday School teacher, Mrs. Edith Wickert. She always taught me that I was a loved child of God, and though sinful in nature, I was worthy to be called a daughter of the King.
5. What is your favorite book? (What book has most inspired you?)
My favorite book as a child was "The Velveteen Rabbit;" the quest of a rabbit to become real through the love of his owner. My favorite book as a young adult was either "Little Women" or "Wuthering Heights".
6. Please share one thing families wouldn't already know about you.
The one thing that families may not know about me is that I love to write, particularly poetry and short stories.
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