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Articles dated August 2014

Encouragement and Admonition for Latin This Year

I hope everyone is getting excited for the beginning of their school year. I know I am! I hope you are also happy for your students to take Latin this year. I thought you might need a pep talk before the year starts. Here is my humble attempt: Latin is a pivotal...
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Contemplation and a Full Workload

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“Contemplation: the act of reflecting on one’s studies in order to connect them satisfactorily to that which is already known and to discover their significance in one’s pursuit of wisdom.” Author’s definition. Robert is older than the other students. Challenge III...
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Confessions of a Former Public School Teacher

by Kathy
Wednesday, 27 August, 2014
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education
Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read As we embark on this new Classical Conversations year, I thought I might pause from my usual Latin discussion to focus on what I love about homeschooling...
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The Core Chapter 7: The Core of a Classical Education: Geography

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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A Charge to the Graduate

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School is upon us (again)! Every year about this time, I get excited about what God is going to do in the lives of our children. Yet, at the same time, I get that queasy feeling in the pit of my stomach; the same feeling I used to get as a kid the night before school...
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