The Latin-Centered Curriculum: A Home Schooler'S Guide To The Classical Curriculum
- Publish Date: 2008-01-01
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Andrew A. Campbell
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The Latin Centered Curriculum gives teachers and parents a guide explaining classical education, how it came about, and who its major exponents are. In addition to a useful scope and sequence for how a Latin-centered classical education can be accomplished in a home or private school, Campbell explains why the central principle behind classical education is the study of Latin and Greek. In addition to chapters on Latin, Greek, and logic, Campbell covers the various content areas of classical education, such as English Studies, Classical Studies, Christian and Modern Studies, with sections on arithmetic, science, and mathematics. But this is far from a purely theoretical book. In a chapter entitled, Scope and Sequence, he gives a practical overview of what a Latin-based classical curriculum looks like from Kindergarten to 12th grade. With helpful charts and explanations, this book constitutes a manual for the Christian educator who wants a complete understanding of what is involved in a classical education. Author: Andrew Campbell Publisher: Memoria Press Format: 180 pages, paperback ISBN: 978-19309-53710
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