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Articles tagged Marc Hays

Painting the Apple on the Table

I am the son of an artist. As is the case for many artists, creating artifacts rarely pays the bills, but teaching art does, hence, I am the son of an art teacher: an artist who taught his skills instead of plying his wares.   Being the art teacher at our local public...
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The Shape of a Sonnet

        Before reading the following article, please read this sonnet out loud:                       Sonnet 18 By William Shakespeare   Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And...
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Harmony

by Marc
Wednesday, 07 March, 2018
categories: Classical Christian Education, Homeschooling Life
                                  How like a chord community can be, A fellowship of voices as a whole, Resounding in incarnate harmony Made lovely when the voices share one goal.   Oh, friends and countrymen, lend me your ears; No reader of this rhyme needs stand...
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The Penelope

Characters: Socrates, a famous philosopher Penelope, a home school mom Penelope: Socrates, I am pleased to meet you. I hear you know stuff. Can you tell me how someone becomes a Lead Learner? Socrates: Nice to meet you, Penelope. I don’t know much at all, so I am...
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Thales Casts a Long Shadow: How a Solar Eclipse Heralded Classical Education

On May 28, 585 BC, the shadow of the moon fell upon Greece and Asia Minor, the sky went dark in the middle of the day, and a new era dawned upon Western civilization. Although total solar eclipses are not uncommon on the earth, the unique thing about this one, and the...
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