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Memoria Press Introduction to Classical Studies Guide

Designed to be used alongside the sold-separately D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths, Famous Men of Rome by Memoria Press, and The Golden Children's Bible, this guide will show you how to teach the stories that are crucial to a classical education, as well as provide an enhanced plan and method for developing a Latin-centric curriculum.

Weekly plans break down the three books into daily readings that extend over a 30-week school year. "Words to Know" are listed beside each assignment, and may be used for copywork and spelling; italicized words are locations students should study in geography; underlined words are of Latin derivation. Additional activities such as timeline works, Roman history, expressions, Bible memorization, maps, astronomy, famous quotes, and composition assignments are also included. The week's activities, readings, and assignments are all easily viewed on a single page.

A line-listed answer key and section of reproducible maps and lists are included. 78 pages, comb-binding.

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Date:January 28, 2010
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My son and I really enjoyed this program which we used in conjunction with Latina Christiana. If one is interested in an easy introduction to a classical education this would be the curriculum to purchase. We have used Charlotte Mason's methods in our homeschool and this program works very well within the CM framework. If you add math, nature study, and latin to Mrs. Lowe's excellent study guide you should require nothing more (or very little else). Though it is geared for 3rd to 5th graders, it would work well for older scholars also (and for teaching various ages simultaneously).
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