Reading Time: < 1 minute Karen Moore discusses the blending of the studies of Latin and art history.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Tim Attaway discusses teaching Latin using the traditional methods of composition and oral composition combined with new tools.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Aaron Fudge defends teaching modern foreign languages in classical schools alongside Latin and Greek.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Paul Schaeffer discusses the basics of Latin so attendees can feel confident to teach their students introductory Latin in the upcoming year.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Marcus Foster and Stephen Bryan discuss the theory and practice of introducing spoken Latin into the classroom.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Shannon Walker addresses designing a cross-curricular Latin program, creating interdisciplinary unit plans, and collaborating with classroom teachers to maximize the impact on students’ performance.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Marcus Foster discusses the successes and failures of expanding language studies in a Classical School.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Phillip Donnelly explains how the study of ancient (rather than modern) languages is uniquely suited for Christian education based on the verbal arts.
Reading Time: < 1 minute David Noe provides Latin teachers at the primary and secondary levels with simple and tested strategies for developing active Latin use in their classrooms.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Dr. Mark W. Graham defends the study of Latin for the exposure it gives to the rich beauty of human creativity in a world very different from our own.