Dr. Christopher Perrin of Classical Academic Press outlines the 8 Principles of Essential Classical Pedagogy.
“It is not the reading of many books which makes one wise, but a few good books well read.” Martin Luther
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Three Little Pigs, Forgotten Fairy Tales — Latin Vocabulary Practice
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From Classical Academic Press:
Classical education is like a very large museum with many beautiful, wonder-filled rooms that could be studied over a lifetime. It is a long tradition of education that has emphasized the seeking after of truth, goodness, and beauty and the study of the liberal arts and the great books. What are the liberal arts? They are grammar, logic, rhetoric (the verbal arts of the trivium), arithmetic, geometry, music, and astronomy (the mathematical arts of the quadrivium). This approach to education also includes the study of Latin. (You can read more about the study of Latin in Why Latin?) The classical approach teaches students how to learn and how to think. Read More