We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand. ~Isaiah 64:8

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

How to Teach History Classically

Who says Classical Education is complicated? Certainly not Andrew Kern!

"In the grammar years, students should learn the stories of 'Famous Men of History.'

In the Logic years, they should relate those heroes to each other by studying the ages in which they lived.

In the rhetoric years, they should engage the argument directly. “Why is the world like it is today, because of heroes and their actions, because of sociological forces, or for some other reason?”


From Circe Institute's blog, Quiddity




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