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Learning to Love Latin

by Courtney
Monday, 14 February, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
One of the easiest subjects to love is history. Events happened in order. Literature bringing those events to life is easy to find. Discussions  about the people and events are fairly easy to negotiate...but what about Latin?  Could I ever learn to love Latin? Yes!...
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An Exercise In Logic

by Linda
Monday, 14 February, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
All conceptualization of abstract ideas is an important ingredient in loving to learn. Challenge III is conceptualization of abstract ideas. Therefore, Challenge III is an important ingredient in loving to learn. Whaaaaat? Could it be? Under strict logical analysis, as...
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The Core Chapter 7: The Core of a Classical Education: Geography

The Core Chapter 7: The Core of a Classical Education: Geography by Jennifer Courtney Raise your hand if you had a course in geography in school. I suspect that very few of us would be able to raise a hand honestly. My own encounters with geography were spotty at best...
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The Core Chapter 6: The Core of a Classical Education: Math

Writer Circle is revisiting some archived articles that have not been lost, but may have been forgotten and are worth a fresh read. Jennifer Courtney now serves as Communications Director for Classical Conversations MultiMedia. She served as State Manager of Oklahoma...
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Press Release: Ask Leigh

Classical Conversations, Inc. announces CEO and author Leigh A. Bortins will be taking your questions. Leigh Bortins will answer questions on the dialectic stage of learning. The dialectic stage, the second stage of learning in classical education's three-stage trivium...
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