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Classical Subjects Creatively Taught

CLASSICAL ACADEMIC PRESS TM


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reetings! In the midst of so much modern turmoil, there is one encouraging trend worth noting. More Americans are choosing to ensure an excellent education for their children. More parents continue to seek out and choose classical education for their children. This renewal and growth is witnessed by the increasing numbers of conferences, new schools, publications, websites, and colleges with programs for classical students. This trend bodes well not only for local communities, but also for regions, states, and the nation as a whole. We are encouraged by this trend as we passionately serve you and the renewal of classical education by providing in these main areas: classical education curricula and resources; online, self-paced teacher training (ClassicalU.com); and on-site consulting services. The renewal is growing, and so are we. This year we are extending several curriculum lines, with new books in our Writing & Rhetoric series, Well-Ordered Language series, Song School Spanish series, and our classical education resource series. ClassicalU.com, our self-paced classical teacher training site, now features more than 25 courses and certifications. In addition, this year all of our video and audio curricula content is available for streaming. We know that many of you are growing too, and telling others about the benefits of classical education. We know that we have grown by word of mouth as people like you share with others what has brought you delight, blessing, and relief. If you have told a friend about us, we thank you. We certainly tell our friends about you. Please join us on Facebook and Instagram. We love to celebrate the renewal of classical education, hear your ideas, and tell you how much we appreciate you.

Pax, Christopher A. Perrin, PhD Publisher


Table of Contents ClassicalU......................................................................................................... 4 Why Latin? and Your Journey........................................................................... 6 Song School Latin............................................................................................... 8 Latin for Children............................................................................................ 11 Headventure Land........................................................................................... 15 Latin Necessities ............................................................................................. 16 Latin Alive!...................................................................................................... 17 New! Video & Audio Streaming...................................................................... 22 Well-Ordered Language (Grammar)......................................................................23 Article by Dr. Coupland.......................................................................................24 The Art of Argument......................................................................................... 29 The Discovery of Deduction............................................................................... 30 Everyday Debate............................................................................................... 31 Reasoning & Reading........................................................................................ 32 Rhetoric Alive!.................................................................................................. 33 Article by Dr. Barnes....................................................................................... 34 Rhetoric Alive! Senior Thesis.............................................................................. 35 Song School Spanish.......................................................................................... 37 Spanish for Children......................................................................................... 38 French for Children.......................................................................................... 40 The Classical Reader......................................................................................... 43 Plato: The Great Philosopher-Educator............................................................... 44 An Introduction to Classical Education.............................................................. 45 Bright Mirror................................................................................................... 46 The Art of Poetry............................................................................................... 47 Article by Grace Prensner................................................................................ 48 Singapore Math............................................................................................... 49 Consulting...................................................................................................... 50


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Why Latin? D

orothy Sayers points out that when you study Latin, you are doing advanced study in several subjects simultaneously. The following are some of those other subjects studied in and through Latin as well as some of the benefits of studying Latin: • Professions steeped in Latin vocabulary: Law, medicine, science, music, art, philosophy, and theology derive many of their terms and phrases from Latin. • Romance languages: Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Romanian are all forms of Latin. • Educational virtues: The study of Latin requires concentration, analysis, and puzzle solving that develop a student as a student. It also helps gifted students to slow down and attend! • English vocabulary: 50% of all English words come from Latin; 80–90% of all polysyllabic words come from Latin. • English grammar: The regular grammar of Latin is ideal for shedding light on the way all languages, including English, work. • Writing/reading: An increased vocabulary and understanding of grammar enable students to write and read with greater ease and clarity. • Pleasure: Deciphering the “secret code” of Latin and reading great authors in their own tongue is a pleasure that can last a lifetime!


Your Latin Journey

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Lower Grammar You Can

Start Here

Grades 1–2 New!

Start or Continue Here

Grades 2–3

Upper Grammar

Revised Edition

Ready for

National Latin Exam Prep Grades 4–5

Grades 5–6

Grades 6–7

Middle & High School

or Here Ready for

Grades 7–8+

Grades 8–9+

Grades 9–10+

Grades 10–Adult

National Latin Exam Level I

National Latin Exam Level II

National Latin Exam Level III or IV Prose

National Latin Exam Level III or IV Prose


SONG SCHOOL LATIN

Classical Academic Press seems to have a knack for producing materials that are academically sound and very user-friendly for both teachers and students. Song School Latin does not disappoint. One of the appealing aspects of the program is the common, practical applications of Latin to children’s everyday life.

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—Nancy Casari Dayton, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine

Song School Latin by Amy Rehn with Christopher Perrin, PhD

Children love to sing and to learn while singing! Just as they happily learn their ABCs to song, they will also learn Latin words, vocabulary, and phrases. We have employed this in Song School Latin Book 1 and Book 2. Both levels come with a bound-in CD filled with lively songs and chants that help children master their Latin vocabulary. Educators frequently tell us how often children go around singing these fun (and funny) songs throughout the day on their own—even the toddlers tag along! Song School Latin Book 1 teaches primarily Latin vocabulary. Song School Latin Book 2 includes new vocabulary and a gentle, gradual introduction to Latin grammar.


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Latin

Grades 1–2

Song School Latin Book 1 Program by Amy Rehn

Did you ever believe that there would be a Latin program that would match the energy, developmental level, and fun-loving nature of your youngest students? Song School Latin does just that. The lessons are peppered with songs, enjoyable vocabulary, illustrations, handwriting practice, stories, games, and engaging activities.

Full program includes:  S  ong School Latin Book 1 (student edition) with 30 Songs and Chants CD This interactive workbook with 30 songs and chants on the included CD, along with fun activities, will set young students on a course to loving Latin! There are 31 weekly lessons, including review chapters, that will delight students as they learn 100+ everyday vocabulary words in Latin.  S  ong School Latin Book 1 Teacher’s Edition This teacher’s edition includes the entire Song School Latin Book 1 student text, as well as answer keys, additional teacher’s notes, fun classroom ideas, and 40 reproducible chapterby-chapter activity pages that students will surely enjoy.  S  ong School Latin Book 1 Streaming Video & Audio (or 3-DVD Set) The 24 episodes feature a lively magistra (teacher) who narrates the vocabulary practice, simple lessons, and derivative training. Simeon the Monkey, a longtime student favorite, features vocabulary words in his animated story. There is also an animated derivative “river,” which highlights the way in which Latin words have come into various languages.  L  atin Monkey Match 1 Flashcard Game This exciting and fun game features all the vocabulary from Song School Latin Book 1. In groups or individually, students can play games such as Memory or Go Fish by collecting Latin and English matches. The deck can also be used as flash cards for extra practice. Each card lists the corresponding chapter number from Song School Latin Book 1. 210 full-color cards are included.

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Latin

Grades 2–3

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Song School Latin Book 2 Program by Amy Rehn with Dr. Christopher Perrin

Full program includes:  ong School Latin Book 2 (student edition) with Songs and Chants CD Continuing on a path that matches S the developmental level and fun-loving nature of grammar-age students, Song School Latin Book 2 is an interactive yet more substantial workbook featuring a gradual introduction to Latin grammar and derivatives, all without leaving behind fun illustrations, songs, stories, games, and activities! There are 32 weekly lessons, including 7 review chapters, and 175 everyday vocabulary words, including 75 words and topics from Latin for Children Primer A.  ong School Latin Book 2 Teacher’s Edition This edition includes the entire Song School Latin Book 2 student S text along with answers and additional teacher’s notes. The latter portion of the book consists of extra activity pages for each chapter, including the review chapters.  ong School Latin Book 2 Streaming Video & Audio (or 3-DVD Set) The 24 episodes feature a lively magistra S and magister who narrate the vocabulary practice, simple grammar lessons, and derivative training. Simeon the Monkey makes appearances in each episode, delighting students with his animated story, which features numerous vocabulary words. There is also an animated derivative “river,” which highlights the way in which Latin words have come into various languages, including English, Spanish, and French.  atin Monkey Match 2 Flashcard Game A fun supplement, Latin Monkey Match 2 Flashcard Game features all the L vocabulary from Song School Latin Book 2. In groups or individually, students can play games such as Memory or Go Fish by collecting Latin and English matches. The deck can also be used as flash cards for extra practice. Each card lists the corresponding chapter number from Song School Latin Book 2. 377 full-color cards are included.

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—Dawn, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine

I teach Latin for middle and high school students, and I love Latin for Children and Latin Alive! This is honestly the first curriculum I haven’t had to rewrite (or at least seriously tweak) in order to teach it. It’s all there, well written and fun to use. The kids love it, I love it, and I’ve seen the kids grow in understanding and application of the language. Thanks CAP!”

—Jennifer Duncan, Latin Instructor

Latin for Children by Aaron Larsen, DA & Christopher Perrin, PhD

Designed, revised, and continually sharpened since 2001, the award-winning Latin for Children curriculum continues to be a strong, inviting, and creative program designed to introduce students as young as 3rd or 4th graders to Latin. It incorporates elements that will engage students of every learning style. When used as a whole, this series trains students in Latin grammar and vocabulary, as well as English derivatives, in a lively, interactive way that is perfectly suited to students in the upper-grammar stage. The Latin for Children series is taught directly to the child and is a perfect choice for teachers.

LATIN FOR CHILDREN

Teaching Latin to and learning Latin with your elementary students could not be easier. I wonder, why don’t they teach all languages this way?

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Latin

Grades 4–5

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New!

Latin for Children Primer A Program

Revised Edition

by Aaron Larsen, DA & Christopher Perrin, PhD

Full program includes: L  atin for Children Primer A (student edition) Now in full color! Each workbook is easy to use, incremental, and filled with clear grammatical explanations written expressly for the student. Exercises, quizzes, an exciting adventure storyline, beautiful images, and a useful reference section are also included. Lessons teach mnemonic aids (songs, chants) that enable students to learn vocabulary and grammar with ease and delight. The student edition includes the teaching text for easy reference. Guidance is given for both classical and ecclesiastical pronunciations.  atin for Children Primer A Answer Key This teacher’s tool features actual, full-size pages from the primer, with L answers to quizzes, exercises, and worksheets in bold print. L  atin for Children Primer A Streaming Video & Audio (or 8-DVD & 2-CD Set) In these teaching videos, Dr. Perrin provides chapter-by-chapter instruction, with lessons averaging approximately 20–30 minutes. This tool is helpful for lesson preparation or for use by a substitute teacher. The audio files feature chants for the vocabulary from the memory pages, making pronunciation a breeze for students. Latin for Children Primer A Activity Book! With more than 100 pages of games, puzzles, and fun, these books make mastery of a classical language anything but boring! Students will love learning Latin and will look forward to class.

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Latin

Grades 5–6

Latin for Children Primer B Program

Revised Edition May ’18

by Aaron Larsen, DA & Christopher Perrin, PhD

Full program includes:  atin for Children Primer B (student edition) In this workbook, students will learn new grammar concepts, L Latin numbers, and much new vocabulary. Exercises, quizzes, a useful reference section, beautiful images, and another exciting storyline are also featured. Lessons include a plethora of mnemonic aids (songs, chants) that enable students to learn vocabulary and grammar with ease and delight.  atin for Children Primer B Answer Key This teacher’s tool features actual, full-size pages from the primer, L with answers to quizzes, exercises, and worksheets in bold print.  atin for Children Primer B Streaming Video & Audio (or 3-DVD & 2-CD Set) Author Dr. Christopher Perrin L continues teaching the Latin for Children series chapter by chapter. Following the same format as Primer A, these videos feature the chanting and singing of vocabulary, including noun declensions and verb conjugations, and clear grammatical explanations.  atin for Children Primer B Activity Book! In activities that follow Primer B chapter by chapter, students explore L a mad scientist’s lab, help little Billy find his way home, drill for oil, solve puzzles, aid the Three Musketeers, go pearl diving, fish for stars, hunt for submarine wolf packs, search for pirate treasure, and much more—all while learning Latin!

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Latin

Grades 6–7

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Latin for Children Primer C Program by Aaron Larsen, DA & Christopher Perrin, PhD

Full program includes: Latin for Children Primer C (student edition) This workbook is the third and final level in the Latin for Children series. In it, grammar training continues, and students are encouraged to do more reading in Latin by following along with a story that runs throughout the text. Exercises, tests, and a sizable and useful reference section are included.  atin for Children Primer C Answer Key This teacher’s tool features actual, full-size pages from the primer, L with answers to quizzes, exercises, and worksheets in bold print. Latin for Children Primer C Streaming Video & Audio (or 3-DVD & 2-CD Set) Students will continue to enjoy learning Latin with author Dr. Christopher Perrin via video! The clear grammar lessons and chanting of the memory page make comprehension and pronunciation a breeze for students. L  atin for Children Primer C Activity Book! With more than 100 pages of games, puzzles, and fun, this book makes mastery of a classical language a blast! Students will experience a Latin meteor strike and a shattering earthquake, have a backyard BBQ, enter into a water fight, play the tuba, investigate a crime scene, execute Hollywood special effects, charm snakes, help find stolen museum artwork, and more—all while studying Latin!

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Classical Subjects Creatively Practiced

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Creative and engaging Latin practice Features: •3  2 weekly activities, matching students’ lessons: Activities that reinforce vocab, grammar, and derivatives include Vocab Invasion, 2-D platformers, endless crossword puzzles, reveal hidden pictures, readers, and a secret spy section! •  Videos: Fun videos for students to watch and enjoy as they use their language skills. •  Online games: Games such as FlashDash, Chart Challenge, and Octavian help students practice their vocab, endings, conjugation charts, and more. •  Lapbooks: Weekly lapbook activities draw students into special “top secret” missions involving cracking codes and solving puzzles. Available Full Zones: • Latin for Children A • Latin for Children B • Song School Latin 1 • Plus many free “lite zones” Try the first 3 chapters for free! Multiple-Student Discounts


Latin

Necessities

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Latin for Teachers DVD Course: How to Teach the Latin for Children Series

This 16-hour course provides professional Latin training for new and intermediate Latin teachers. Karen Moore, coauthor of the Latin Alive! series and author of the Latin for Children History Readers, provides clear instruction on how to teach the contents of all 3 Latin for Children primers. Includes 1 course notebook. Course also available on ClassicalU.com. Latin for Teachers DVD Course  $275.00  $220.00 Extra Notebooks  $29.95  $23.96

Cassell’s Latin & English Dictionary

For fast, easy reference and comprehensive listings, Cassell’s Latin & English Dictionary is unbeatable. Thousands of words, phrases, and idioms in scholarly and academic usage are included for maximum reference, along with tables of regular and irregular verbs. A special section on Roman culture includes historic dates, the ancient calendar, weights and measures, and currency exchange. With more than 35,000 entries, this handy, pocketsize dictionary is all you need while studying, translating, or tracking down word meanings. Cassell’s Latin & English Dictionary  $7.99 $6.39

Latin for Children Test Packets

These sets of comprehensive, standardized tests supplement Latin for Children Primers A, B, and C, and are excellent and helpful resources for teachers. These downloadable packets include weekly chapter tests, unit tests, and even unit study guides. A complete answer key for each test is also included. Choose from 3 licenses (1–3, 4–9, or 10+ students). Latin for Children A, B, or C Test Packet  starting at $9.95

Clash Cards, Latin Levels 1 and 2

Clash Cards are helpful, easy-to-use flash cards, and are also a card game that makes reinforcing vocabulary words challenging and entertaining. The words used in the Level 1 deck match the vocabulary used in Latin for Children Primer A and the words used in the Level 2 deck match the vocabulary used in Latin for Children Primer B. The cards can be used by any student wishing to practice the most common Latin words, regardless of curriculum or course of study. An online instructional video makes learning the game simple and easy! Clash Cards, Latin Level 1 (LFCA words) or Level 2 (LFCB words) $26.95  $21.56 each


Latin Alive!

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by Karen Moore & Gaylan DuBose

The Latin Alive! series is a relevant, rigorous, yet engaging introduction to Latin for upper-middle and high school students. This curriculum will truly make the Latin language come alive both for students who have studied Latin (such as students who have completed the Latin for Children series) and for those who have not been previously introduced to Latin. “In Latin Alive!, I believe Karen Moore and her distinguished coauthor, Gaylan DuBose, have succeeded in the lofty goal of producing a truly outstanding beginning textbook to meet the needs of this new generation of Latin teachers and students. The text is engaging, with translation passages that present Roman history in a logical and sequential order. The explanation of grammar is straightforward and easily understandable. The illustrations enhance the text and are not mere distractions. Roman culture is presented in context and reinforced in the stories. Teachers will rejoice in the generous teacher’s edition, which not only gives the right answers, but delves into deeper explanations and suggests routes of further research and investigation.” — Erin Davis-Valdez, MA, Former Classics Department Chair, Hill Country School of Austin

LATIN ALIVE!


Latin

Grades 7–8+

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Latin Alive! Book 1 Program by Karen Moore & Gaylan DuBose

Full program includes:  atin Alive! Book 1 (student edition) No longer will Latin teachers need to pull in extra resource material in order L to teach Latin well and to give students an appreciation of Roman life and history. It’s all right here! Latin Alive! Book 1 is thorough, challenging, and pedagogically sound, with clear explanations of all 5 noun declensions and cases, all verb conjugations, irregular verbs, and various pronouns, adjectives, and adverbs. Each chapter begins with the Latin motto of a United States state seal and includes extensive study of Latin derivatives. Historical contributions are by Dr. Christopher Schlect, historian and a director at New Saint Andrews College.  atin Alive! Book 1 Teacher’s Edition This edition includes the entire student text, extensive explanations, an L answer key, and translations, as well as additional student exercises and unit tests.  atin Alive! Book 1 Streaming Video & Audio (or 7-DVD & 1-CD Set) Author Karen Moore brings two L decades of careful and engaging Latin classroom teaching experience to your students. Each of the 36 weekly lessons, including 7 review weeks, is 30 minutes long. This is a perfect resource for substitute teachers! The set also features audio of the unit review Latin readings.

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Latin Alive! Test Packets

Often requested, these sets of comprehensive, standardized tests supplement either Latin Alive! Book 1 or Book 2 and are excellent and helpful resources for teachers. The downloadable packets include a weekly test for each chapter, a complete answer key, and suggested scoring based on a 100-point system. Choose from among 3 licenses (1–3, 4–9, or 10+ students). Latin Alive! Book 1 or Book 2 Test Packet

$9.95–$29.95


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Latin

Grades 8–9+

Latin Alive! Book 2 Program by Karen Moore & Gaylan DuBose

As the second text in a three-year series, Latin Alive! Book 2 continues the clear, relevant, and incremental Latin instruction begun in Latin Alive! Book 1. The Latin Alive! series features original Latin writings, giving students access to the works of great Latin authors.

Full program includes:  atin Alive! Book 2 (student edition) Latin Alive! Book 2 reviews the grammar of Latin Alive! Book 1 and L introduces the passive voice in all tenses; past, present, and future participles; deponent and irregular verbs; and comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs. Each chapter begins with a country’s Latin motto strategically chosen to introduce or review a grammatical concept. Extensive study of Latin derivatives and stories of Roman culture, myths, and history make Latin come alive, even in our modern world. Substantial Latin readings and translation exercises adapted from Latin literature continue to delight and prepare students for the National Latin Exam and a Latin Advanced Placement class. This 33-chapter student edition includes historical and literary contributions by historian Dr. Christopher Schlect and classical scholars Karl Galinsky and Timothy Moore.  atin Alive! Book 2 Teacher’s Edition This edition includes the entire student text, extensive explanations, an L answer key, and translations, as well as teacher tips, additional student exercises, and unit tests.  atin Alive! Book 2 Streaming Video & Audio (or 9-DVD & 1-CD Set) Author and teacher Karen Moore L continues her excellent Latin instruction in the Latin Alive! Book 2 videos. There are 27 lessons, each of which is an average of 40 minutes. This brings the total length of video to nearly 18 hours of instruction, all taught by an enthusiastic and delightful teacher! The audio recordings feature the unit review Latin readings masterfully read by Nicholas Martin and Gaylan DuBose.

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Latin

Grades 9–10+

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Latin Alive! Book 3 Program by Karen Moore & Gaylan DuBose

Latin Alive! Book 3 includes lessons on Roman culture, myths, and history, as well as Latin readings and exercises that will prepare students for the National Latin Exam and a Latin Advanced Placement class.

Full program includes:  atin Alive! Book 3 (student edition) Students will master Latin through a more in-depth study of the L subjunctive mood, irregular nouns, noun and verb reviews, the gerund and gerundive, impersonal verbs, conditional statements, and a study of different kinds of clauses (purpose, result, doubting, fearing). The clear, easy-to-use layout of 3 units totals 16 biweekly chapters, each of which begins with the Latin motto of a college or university and includes at least 1 Latin reading. Each unit ends with a longer reading and includes some history on the piece, information on Latin literature, and a multiple-choice question section to check comprehension. Each original Latin reading includes an explanation of difficult phrases in the reading, a glossary, and comprehension questions. The last unit includes readings and lessons on original Latin poetry and historical information about Latin poets.  atin Alive! Book 3 Teacher’s Edition This edition includes the full content of the Latin Alive! Book 3 student L edition, extensive explanations, an answer key, and translations, as well as teacher’s tips, additional student exercises, and unit tests.  atin Alive! Book 3 Streaming Video & Audio (or 6-DVD & 1-CD Set) Author and veteran Latin teacher L Karen Moore continues her excellent and clear chapter-by-chapter instruction. Each lesson is an average of 40 minutes, bringing the total length of video to nearly 11 hours of instruction. The audio recordings feature the unit review Latin readings.

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Latin

Grades 10–Adult

Latin Alive! Reader:

Latin Literature from Cicero to Newton by Karen Moore & Gaylan DuBose with Steven L. Jones

This Latin reader features 31 original Latin readings that span from 50 BC (Cicero’s Marci Tullii Ciceronis Pro Archia Poeta Oratio) to AD 1687 (Newton’s Principia Mathematica). This unique reader can be used with any Latin curriculum and will acquaint students with classical, medieval, and late Latin writers and writing styles. The Latin readings are fully annotated, guiding students through new and challenging grammatical constructions. Three Latin scholars and veteran educators contributed to the book: Karen Moore, Gaylan DuBose, and Steven Jones. Students and adults will thoroughly enjoy:  eading selections featuring authors from the days of R Cicero to Newton, varying in length and complexity as much as they do in style and content

Segments such as About the Author and Culture Corner, which tell students more about the authors, their times, and the events surrounding the readings

 rare reading from Queen Elizabeth I, Oratio A Reginae (The Queen’s Speech), which took author Karen Moore more than a year to find!

 thorough review of the most common uses of A grammar and syntax in Latin as well as an appendix that lists all grammar paradigms

 umerous literary genres, such as poetry, science, N philosophy, theology, biography, myth, and fable

Additional appendices on classical pronunciation, medieval spelling changes, and an overview of Latin poetry (including dactylic hexameter)

 rammatical notes and a variety of readingG comprehension questions and writing prompts to further the study and discussion of the literature

 ddendum readings that include passages from the A AP Latin syllabus (Vergil and Caesar), useful for a pre-AP course

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Classical Academic Press introduces:

All Video & Audio Available for Streaming Lifetime access—one-time purchase! Audio content downloadable


by Tammy Peters and Daniel Coupland, PhD

What if the study of grammar could harness a child’s natural curiosity? What if it could be a source of delight to children? What if students could apply their grammar skills in later years and not just recite them? The Well-Ordered Language (WOL) series presents the study of language in a way that appeals to a child’s inborn curiosity and desire to collect, gather, and order. It presents grammar in a clear, systematic way, while simultaneously seeking to cultivate a child’s wonder of language by presenting instruction in the context of narrative and language, attractive illustrations, and samples taken from classic children’s literature and poetry. The WOL series is designed so that students actively engage with the grammatical concepts in each lesson, using language skills—reading, writing, speaking, and listening—along with songs and chants. Students will find the mastery of grammar achievable, meaningful, and delightful as they learn to gather and arrange words to express their thoughts clearly and accurately.

#1 Grammar Program Used by Hillsdale Charter Schools!

WELL-ORDERED LANGUAGE

Well-Ordered Language

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A Well-Ordered Language Is the Means by Which We Perceive Truth

by Dr. Daniel B. Coupland

The title of Classical Academic Press’s Well-Ordered Language grammar series (grades 3–6) was inspired by a passage in a small book by Josef Pieper titled Abuse of Language—Abuse of Power. In the book, Pieper writes, [T]he well-ordered human existence, including especially its social dimension, is essentially based on the well-ordered language employed. A well-ordered language here does not primarily mean its formal perfection, even though I agree . . . that every correctly placed comma is decisive. No, a language is well ordered when its words express reality with as little omission as possible.1 Language is the means by which we make sense of reality. It is the medium by which we perceive truth. Therefore, a well-ordered language—one that best represents reality with as little distortion as possible—would provide the best access to truth. Language education, then, should be focused on developing as complete and accurate an understanding of language as possible. While the pursuit of truth through language involves careful thinking (logic) and eloquent expression (rhetoric), the youngest students must first acquire a solid foundation in the structure and function of the language itself (grammar). Mirroring the well-ordered nature of language, effective educators employ an approach to language instruction that is itself well ordered, structured, and disciplined. Critics of a well-organized and disciplined approach often confuse its form with the disposition of those who employ it. The disciplined approach to language study can be employed through intimidation and aggression, but it can just as easily be administered with love and compassion. The disciplined approach—often mischaracterized as “drill-and-kill”—actually respects the humanity of the student because it acknowledges that children learn differently than mature adults do. For children to feast upon the rich cuisine of that which is good, true, and beautiful, they should first be shown how to taste, savor, and digest what they encounter. Without proper instruction that will cultivate their taste, students may turn from the “feast” in disgust, reject further sustenance, and perhaps never return. By acquiring a well-ordered language, students will also acquire that taste for language that will lead them to the great feast that awaits. To impart this taste is to avoid one of the greatest errors of modern educational theory, which is the assumption that children can learn without first acquiring those tools of learning that we call the language arts. 1. Josef Pieper, Abuse of Language—Abuse of Power (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1992), 36.

Dr. Daniel B. Coupland is a professor and chairman of the Education Department and dean of the faculty at Hillsdale College. He earned a BA in Spanish from Liberty University, an MA in linguistics from Oakland University, and a PhD in education from Michigan State University. He began his career in education as a high school teacher. At Hillsdale College, he teaches courses on English grammar and classic children’s literature. In 2013, Dr. Coupland was named Hillsdale College’s “Professor of the Year.” In 2016, he was a resident scholar at the C.S. Lewis Study Centre (The Kilns) in Oxford, UK. In 2017, Dr. Coupland received the Emily Daugherty Award for Teaching Excellence. His research focuses on classic children’s literature and English grammar instruction. He is a coauthor of Classical Academic Press’s WellOrdered Language grammar series.

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25 The robust teacher’s editions include: • Pedagogical guidance and tips embedded in the text

• Answers for all student exercises • Suggested schedules

Well-Ordered Language Level 1A by Tammy Peters and Daniel Coupland, PhD This one-semester book introduces students to: • Four kinds of sentences • Subject and predicate • Verbs

• Adverbs • Adjectives • Direct objects

• Subject pronouns • Helping verbs

Well-Ordered Language Level 1B by Tammy Peters and Daniel Coupland, PhD This one-semester book introduces students to:

• Prepositional phrases—adverbial • Object pronouns • Introductory prepositional phrases • Compound subjects Students will also do a comprehensive pronoun review in chapter 2.

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• Compound verbs • Compound direct objects

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Grammar

• Suggested activities and games for review

Grades 3–4

• Extensive explanation of and guidance in WOL’s unique analytic approach to grammar

Each WOL book is designed to be one semester long. Teachers may adjust the number of exercises and assessments according to their needs. Each WOL level consists of two books and is a full year of grammar (e.g., WOL1A is for the fall semester and WOL1B is for the spring semester). Level 4 is scheduled for release in 2019.


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Well-Ordered Language Level 2A by Tammy Peters and Daniel Coupland, PhD This one-semester book covers:

• Four kinds of sentences (declarative, interrogatory, imperative, exclamatory) and principal elements • Adverbs • Adjectives

• Predicate nominatives • Predicate adjectives • Predicate verbs and direct objects • Predicate review • Possessive nouns

Well-Ordered Language Level 2B by Tammy Peters and Daniel Coupland, PhD This one-semester book covers:

• Sentence diagramming • Four kinds of sentences and principal elements • Prepositional phrases • Compound elements • Subject pronouns

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• Object pronouns • Possessive pronouns • Interrogative pronouns • Compound sentences • Relative pronouns and relative clauses

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Well-Ordered Language is excellent—I love the layout and visual appeal, and the cumulative nature of each chapter. The students in my class are absorbing the concepts and learning to diagram sentences accurately with ease. —Jeannine Buntrock, Scholé Group Director


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Grades 5–6

Well-Ordered Language Level 3A by Tammy Peters and Daniel Coupland, PhD This one-semester book covers:

• Sentence diagramming • Four kinds of sentences (declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory), principal elements, adjectives and adverbs • Predicate verbs, predicate nominatives and predicate adjectives

• Prepositional phrases • Personal pronouns • Sensory linking verbs • Indirect objects • Interrogative pronouns • Relative (adjectival) clauses

Well-Ordered Language Level 3B by Tammy Peters and Daniel Coupland, PhD This one-semester book covers:

•A  dverbial elements: adverbs, interrogative adverbs, adverbial prepositional phrases, adverbial noun phrases • Adverbial clauses • Reflexive pronouns

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•V  erbals: participles, gerunds, infinitives, review •T  ypes of sentences: simple, compound, complex, compound-complex

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Logic

We use logic every day, often employing it to distinguish logical arguments from those that are unreasonable. However, few of us have been trained in logic so that we can quickly detect bad reasoning, attach names to fallacies we encounter, and articulately form our own reasoned arguments. By studying informal and formal logic, as well as rhetoric, students will gain, and learn to apply, these vital skills.

The Art of Argument not only teaches [students] how to think, it inspires them to engage thinking. In short, to think. A lot. It teaches a number of fallacies of thinking—in an interesting and effective way. I highly recommend them for any youth, parent, or teacher who wants to boost their student’s thinking ability. In fact, it is a great read for any adult.

LOGIC

Studying informal logic and the informal fallacies (everyday arguments gone wrong) will aid students in recognizing bad reasoning and identifying fallacies. Studying formal logic will also further train and hone students’ minds, enabling them to determine the form that arguments take. The study of rhetoric will teach students how to create, find, and arrange content in order to craft their own persuasive arguments.

—Oliver DeMille, founder of Thomas Jefferson Education


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Logic

Grades 7–12

The Art of Argument Program Informal Logic by Aaron Larsen, DA & Joelle Hodge with Christopher Perrin, PhD Middle and high school students will argue (and sometimes quarrel), but they won’t argue well without good training. The award-winning Art of Argument is designed to teach the argumentative adolescent how to reason with clarity, relevance, and purpose. The mastery of informal logic (the logical fallacies) is a foundational subject by which other subjects are evaluated, assessed, and learned. The Art of Argument can be used as a semester- or yearlong course. See our website for schedule recommendations.

Full program includes:  e Art of Argument (student edition) This book teaches 28 informal fallacies (such as begging the question, Th the straw man, ad hominem, etc.). Clear explanations and illustrations, along with dialogues, worksheets, and dialectic discussion questions, make this text easy to follow and make the fallacies fun to learn. The fallacies become relevant with practical applications through an analysis of current social, commercial, and political issues, as well as more than 60 comical and clever phony advertisements. Fun extras are included, such as a humorous skit for students to perform and the famous short story “Love Is a Fallacy” by Max Shulman.  e Art of Argument Teacher’s Edition This edition features the entire student text, along with answer keys, Th teaching tips, and invaluable chapter and unit tests.  e Art of Argument Streaming Video (or 5-DVD Set) This video series features 3 experienced logic teachers Th and 4 capable, enthusiastic students discussing the 28 fallacies presented in The Art of Argument. This video series is a valuable resource for every student using The Art of Argument. Each video segment features 1 fallacy, which is presented, defined, and then discussed and explored using a blend of enthusiasm, contemplation, and humor. Each discussion seeks to make a practical application of the fallacy to student life, advertisements, political speech, or various kinds of ethical and philosophical debates.

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The Discovery of Deduction Formal Logic

by Aaron Larsen, DA & Joelle Hodge with Shelly Johnson, PhD The Discovery of Deduction: An Introduction to Formal Logic will welcome your students into the fascinating realm of formal, deductive logic. Formal logic studies how an argument is put together—the form or structure of an argument. The Discovery of Deduction is geared directly toward students as young as 8th grade, making a subject usually reserved for study in college accessible and relevant to middle and high school, logic-stage students. The book emphasizes the practical and real-world application of soundly structured deductive logic. Using methods such as Socratic dialogue, ample discussion, and integration of other subjects, this book teaches formal logic in the best way for dialectic students. The Discovery of Deduction Teacher’s Edition is also available. It features the entire student text, along with an answer key, teaching tips, sample essays, dialogues, and arguments.

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Logic

Grades 9–12

Everyday Debate & Discussion by Shelly Johnson, PhD

Everyday Debate & Discussion: A Guide to Socratic Conversation, Informal Discussion, and Formal Debate not only shows students how to conduct informal and formal debates, but also how to develop good arguments by using solid logic and the resources available in their own thinking as well as in the world around them. Students will employ the techniques of logic and rhetoric, such as the common topics of definition, comparison, relationship, circumstance, and testimony. Additional study of ethos, pathos, and style is also included, as well as a study of debate arrangement. This book will give students debating confidence and open their eyes to the benefit of debate, disagreement, and discussion in day-to-day life or in a formal debate setting. This book is the result of Dr. Johnson’s ten years of experience leading Socratic discussion and debates in her classes. She has collaborated with other classical educators who have either used debate in their classrooms or coached debate teams. She writes, “Over the years, we have experimented, researched, practiced, and refined, and this book represents the ideas and practices we have discovered and perfected along the way. We are excited to share them with you.” This book is designed for three types of people: 1. those leading a debate team or class at a school or co-op; 2. logic or upper-school teachers who want to create a truly dialectical environment; 3. teachers who wish to enhance their teaching by including more robust discussion and debate. Everyday Debate & Discussion can be used over the course of one semester or for a full year. See our website for suggested schedules and free samples.

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Reasoning & Reading Grades 3–8

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Reasoning & Reading by Joanne Carlisle

The Reasoning & Reading workbooks develop basic language and thinking skills that build the foundation for reading comprehension. Exercises reinforce reading as a critical reasoning activity. Many exercises encourage students to come up with their own responses in any instance in which there is no single correct answer. In other cases, exercises lend themselves to students working collaboratively to see how many different answers satisfy a question. Reasoning & Reading is an excellent supplement to any grammar program and is best used 1 or 2 days per week. All the books in the series share the following: • Unit I, Word Meaning: comparing, contrasting, and classifying words, and discriminating between good and vague definitions • Unit II, Sentence Meaning: complete sentences, recognizing the main thought, as well as time order, cause and effect, comparison, generalizations, and examples • Unit III, Paragraph Meaning: topic sentences, signal words, unity, examples, and support for the main idea • Unit IV, Reasoning Skills: fact and opinion, relevance, syllogisms, and inferences

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Reasoning & Reading student edition (all levels) Reasoning & Reading Answer Key (all levels)

Reasoning & Reading has been an important and valuable part of our curriculum for 2nd–5th grade. I highly recommend it. —Dawn Swartz, Grammar School Dean


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Rhetoric

Grades 10–12

Rhetoric Alive! Book 1: The Principles of Persuasion by Alyssan Barnes, PhD

Finally, a rhetoric textbook especially well suited for today’s high school student! In order to defend the true, promote the good, and reveal the beautiful, we must do more than merely teach good content and clear thinking. We must also persuade. Rhetoric Alive! Book 1 explores the principles of winsome speech as developed in the foremost text on persuasion: Aristotle’s Rhetoric. The 15 chapters of Rhetoric Alive! step through the essential components of persuasion—the 3 appeals, the 3 types of speech, and the 5 canons. Each chapter includes an exemplary classic text for analysis and discussion, spanning from Pericles’s “Funeral Oration” to Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” Students also have plenty of practice developing their own rhetorical skill through the weekly workshops, imitation assignments, and oratory presentations. Three appeals Ethos (speaker’s credibility) Pathos (audience’s emotion) Logos (argument’s reasoning)

Three types of speech Deliberative (exhort or dissuade) Ceremonial (praise or blame) Judicial (accuse or defend)

Five canons (rules or standards) Invention Organization Style Memory Delivery

Rhetoric Alive! Book 1: Principles of Persuasion is written by Alyssan Barnes, who holds a PhD in rhetoric. An experienced rhetoric teacher from Live Oak Classical School, Dr. Barnes takes the wisdom of the ancients and makes it accessible to students of the third “trivium art.” If you have only one text on your shelf for teaching the art of persuasion, Rhetoric Alive! should be that book.

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From Sophomore to Senior: Why Students Need the Senior Thesis

by Dr. Alyssan Barnes For some teachers, tenth grade is a dreaded age in the classroom. But not if you’re teaching rhetoric. There’s just something about teaching the art of persuasion to sophomores—those “wise fools”—that brings the adjective of that epithet to the forefront: They’re becoming wisdom seekers. They still have the energy of younger students but now have added a growing seriousness. They are themselves intuitive rhetoricians, but now they’re eager to learn the why behind how it works. True, they’re not ready to take the stage and offer an original, sustained, and well-reasoned argument about a topic of contemporary interest (that will come soon enough, in their senior year), and they seem to know they’re not quite ready. But they’re eager to start down that road anyway. Wise fools, indeed! And so that’s where my school begins formal instruction in rhetoric: tenth grade. We call that course “Principles of Persuasion” because in it students learn thirty-four concepts and terms that give names to what it is they already do and how it is they do it: influence others. These terms include the three rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos), the five canons (invention, organization, style, memory, and delivery), and the three species (judicial, epideictic, and deliberative), among others. Throughout the course, we slowly track these terms and together build a mind map of rhetoric; by the end of the course, each student can draw the entire map from memory. (This is a fun exercise to do on the board, by the way.) A simplified version is available here: http://capress. link/seniorthesis. Now, my first semester teaching the course, I made a grave mistake: I lectured. I taught the material as I’d learned it in graduate school—straight out of Aristotle and into their brains. It took only a week or two of glazed eyes and nodding heads for me to realize that these lovely and lively sophomores need something quite different. They need to learn by doing. So I created in-class activities that reinforce these concepts. My students call them “games” and “competitions,” but that was never my point. Though the class workshops are admittedly fun, I take dead seriously my job of teaching the principles. And in terms of competition, all of the students—whether they win or lose—are learning how to put the concepts into practice, which is a victory in its own right. During their eleventh-grade year, my students take a second course in rhetoric. Already, they have changed. Their playfulness is tempered, and the previous note of seriousness has become a full-scale gravity. They’re less interested in the gamelike workshops, and they want to be taken seriously for their ideas. This is when we introduce the junior thesis. Yes, they continue to pore over excellent examples of rhetoric from the past—such as Mark Antony’s eulogy in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail”—but we also bring the conversation up to the present moment. Their junior year, we step back through those very same thirty-four terms, but this time we’re applying them to a topic of personal interest, preparing students to take up a contemporary issue. They learn firsthand how to sustain and arrange an argument. It’s a miniature version, a mere taste, of what they will do the next year on a larger scale. Which brings us to the goal of our rhetoric program: the senior thesis. The thesis is a persuasive address that deals with a debatable, important issue of the day. Here are some examples of issues our students have taken up: What are the ethical problems concerning artificial intelligence? Should suffering always be avoided, or can it be a meaningful way of growing? Do a school’s architecture and aesthetics matter?


After spending the first semester of their final year researching their issue as well as meeting with an expert in that particular field, our seniors prepare a twenty-minute address that they deliver before the entire school community. After they give their presentations, they are questioned by a three-person panel made up of adults who have some expertise in the topic, and then by members of the audience. If you think that sounds like a daunting and harrowing experience, you’re right. But the shocking thing is that every senior I’ve taught has said the same thing: It’s their favorite moment in school. In fact, some of us teachers are more than a little envious of our soon-to-be-graduates, and we wish we’d had a similar rite of passage in high school. After all, such a hallmark signals the baton of leadership is being passed on, and shows them that they are ready to move from the chair in the back of the room to the podium up front. Which is what rhetoric—the art of a good person speaking well—is all about. You see, the senior thesis changes the senior. Seniors take their thesis issue selection very seriously, and they grow up intellectually as their issue evolves and takes shape over the course of the research and writing. The thesis gives each student a moment to step out from the crowd, to say something important. The shy student gets just as much time and attention as the extrovert. And it is very often the student who has previously seemed “checked out” academically who will surprise the entire class by rising to the occasion and wowing his or her peers with a thoughtful and impassioned argument. Why? Because the projects are 100 percent their own. When a student must stand before her peers and take ownership for what is being argued, all bets are off. There is no safety net, and the thesis will stand or fall based on the speaker’s own preparation. It’s a ton of responsibility. And students love it. But the thesis does more than just affect the senior; each presentation leaves a mark on the school itself. The issues and students’ arguments become part of the school identity. Younger students will for years reference a conclusion or recall a point made by a thesis presenter: “Family dinners are important. Remember Andrew’s thesis?” or “You know that philanthropy and charity aren’t the same, right? That’s what Ashtyn taught us.” And in terms of modeling, it’s great, too. Younger students witness an older student offering an impassioned, wellreasoned argument about their world, and they can see that it matters. In a sense, then, rhetoric is about growing up. It’s about moving from foolishness to wisdom, and from being influenced to influencing others. The good news is that we don’t have to leave those things entirely to chance. Training students to examine the evidence, to consider carefully the ethical implications of their arguments, and to winsomely defend a position in a setting that extends beyond the classroom—those are the goals of a rhetoric program. Teaching the art of persuasion is, as the Greeks and Romans knew, more than just a good idea. It’s a way of transforming language users into up-and-coming rhetoricians—leaders ready to take a stand on what’s important.

by Alyssan Barnes, PhD

The thesis process—from the initial stage of finding a topic to the final day of presentation—is a jungle within which many students quickly find themselves lost. This workbook is a step-by-step guide that helps students avoid the typical false starts and dead ends of the journey.

Barnes

The workbook walks students through the daunting task of preparing and presenting a thoughtful, original response to an issue. Grounded in classical rhetorical theory, this workbook guides students through the 5 canons of rhetoric, piece by piece, as they write the 6 sections of their oration.

Rhetoric Alive! Senior thesis

Rhetoric Alive! Senior Thesis

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Classical Subjects Creatively Taught™

Rhetoric

Al ive! SENIOR THESIS STUDENT WORKBOOK

A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO MASTERING THE SENIOR THESIS

Alyssan Barnes, PhD

Because students can compile their thoughts and draft their paragraphs within it, the workbook is a central organizing hub for ideas, notes, research, and writing. This book can serve as the backbone of a thesis course or, for the individual student, as a teacher and a guide combined.


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Spanish Our elementary Spanish for Children curriculum is unlike any other. How so? It is the only upperelementary curriculum on the market that seeks to teach students how to speak Spanish (Latin American) correctly by teaching the principles of Spanish grammar. Why is this? Well, many modern educators are hesitant to teach grammar to young students, and they want students to start speaking the language right away without the distraction of learning grammar. Idea: Isn’t it really because educators want to see the immediate benefit of students being able to say a few phrases? Learning correct Spanish is well within the reach of elementary students who will learn and enjoy it as they see the language “power” it imparts.

Spanish for Children is a comprehensive program that provides a solid grammatical foundation in Spanish. It is easy to use and relatively inexpensive for the core components.

SPANISH

—Cathy Duffy


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Spanish

Grades 1–2

Song School Spanish Book 1 Program by Julia Kraut with Grant Durrell

Now there is a Spanish program suited to the energy, developmental level, and fun-loving nature of your lowergrammar students! Our award-winning Song School Spanish Book 1 is peppered with songs/chants, enjoyable vocabulary, illustrations, handwriting practice, stories, games, and activities. It focuses on engaging young students with relevant, everyday vocabulary and a mild introduction to grammar. The book contains a lively musical CD featuring 42 songs/chants—a delightful part of the program that reinforces the Spanish taught in the book.

Full program includes: Song School Spanish (student edition) Your students will learn more than 100 enjoyable, everyday vocabulary words and receive a very gentle introduction to Spanish grammar. This workbook contains 30 weekly chapters and a musical CD featuring the vocabulary from each chapter. The captivating and creative chapters include songs, illustrations, handwriting practice, stories, games, and activities. Song School Spanish Teacher’s Edition This edition contains a full copy of the student text, and also provides an answer key and additional teacher’s notes. The latter portion of the book consists of extra activity pages for each chapter, including the review chapters.  ong School Spanish Streaming Video (or 2-DVD Set) The 24 episodes feature a lively, native Spanish maestra S who teaches students with engaging vocabulary, skits, and grammar lessons. Students will also enjoy following Ellen in the Little Moments stories. (Note: There are no episodes for the review chapters.)  panish Amigo Match Flashcard Game This reinforcing game features all the vocabulary from Song School S Spanish Book 1. In groups or individually, students can play games such as Memory or Go Fish by collecting Spanish and English matches. The deck can also be used as flash cards for extra practice. Each card lists the corresponding chapter number from Song School Spanish Book 1.

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Spanish

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Spanish for Children Primer A Program by Julia Kraut, Sarah Foose, and Grant Durrell

The Spanish for Children Primer A Program teaches upper-grammar students this dynamic language using the pedagogy and grammatical structure of our popular Latin for Children series combined with immersion-style dialogues and vocabulary. The Spanish for Children series emphasizes grammar and the parts of speech as vital tools for the correct speaking and understanding of Spanish. The texts also use lively chants to aid memorization of both grammar and vocabulary.

Full program includes: Spanish for Children Primer A (student edition) In this engaging and conversational text, students will learn more than 290 commonly used vocabulary words as well as grammar concepts, such as verb conjugation, tenses, and noun genders. Students will learn to construct Spanish sentences well. This book contains 37 weekly chapters, including 8 review chapters. Each chapter contains a memory page, a grammar page, a delightful worksheet, and a quiz. All teaching and explanations provided in the student edition are written at the student’s reading level.  panish for Children Primer A Answer Key This teacher’s tool contains copies of the actual worksheets and S quizzes from the primer with answers filled in with a large, bold font.  panish for Children Primer A Streaming Video & Audio (or 4-DVD & 1-CD Set) Each 15-minute lesson S corresponds to the weekly chapter in the primer and features experienced and enthusiastic author Julia Kraut chanting the weekly grammar charts and vocabulary and thoroughly explaining the Spanish grammar. This is a perfect resource for substitute teachers! The audio files include grammar chart chants and complete vocabulary.  in Bot Presented primarily in English, this story uses common words from Spanish intermixed into each T sentence. Students will help solve the mysterious case of the dognapped canine in this bilingual robot story. This 64-page reader is tied to the vocabulary from Spanish for Children Primer A. Spanish doesn’t have to be dry and boring, and it will certainly come alive in Tin Bot !

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Spanish

Grades 5 & Up

Spanish for Children Primer B Program by Julia Kraut with Grant Durrell

There is a distinction between just learning common words and phrases, which is the approach of many Spanish programs, and knowing the language well enough to communicate correctly, fluently, and accurately. The Spanish for Children Primer B Program is the second in the series and emphasizes grammar and the parts of speech as vital tools for correctly speaking and understanding Spanish. This program also includes expanded dialogues, stories, songs, and chants.

Full program includes:  panish for Children Primer B (student edition) This book contains 32 weekly chapters, including 6 review S chapters and an end-of-book review. Students will learn 290 commonly used Spanish vocabulary words in addition to weekly review of vocabulary from Spanish for Children Primer A. All teaching and explanations in this student edition are written at the student’s reading level and emphasize a continued mastery of grammatical concepts. Dialogues, stories, and a puzzle search for a Mayan treasure keep the workbook format of this book lively and entertaining.  panish for Children Primer B Answer Key This teacher’s tool contains copies of the actual worksheets and S quizzes from the primer with answers filled in with a large, bold font.  panish for Children Primer B Streaming Video & Audio (or 4-DVD & 2-CD Set) In the Spanish for S Children Primer B videos, the delightful instruction by author Julia Kraut continues. Students will hear pronunciation, learn chants, and enjoy Julia’s clear teaching and explanation of Spanish grammar. The audio files include grammar chart chants and complete vocabulary.

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French for Children by Joshua Kraut, PhD

A classical, beautiful, and widely spoken language, French will be a treasure for children to learn. There is a distinction, however, between just learning common words and phrases, which is the approach of many French programs, and knowing the language well enough to communicate fluently and accurately. The French for Children series teaches elementary students in grades 4–5 and up this dynamic language, both classically and creatively, at a time when students soak up language like sponges. These primers employ the pedagogy and structure of our popular Latin for Children series combined with immersion-style dialogues and vocabulary so that the French language will be taught well and enjoyed thoroughly.

French for Children has a very immersion-style feel to the program! It uses lots of dialogue, translation, vocabulary, dictation, grammar, and there are quizzes too. This is all presented in such a way that it really is quite enjoyable!

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French

Grades 4 & Up

French for Children Primer A Program by Joshua Kraut, PhD

 rench for Children Primer A, using a pedagogy and structure similar to that of our popular Latin for Children F series, teaches upper-grammar students this compelling language. Each chapter features immersion-style dialogues and vocabulary along with a strong emphasis on grammar and the parts of speech as vital tools for the correct speaking and understanding of French. The text also uses lively chants to aid memorization of both grammar and vocabulary.

Full program includes: F  rench for Children Primer A (student edition) Students will learn 153 commonly used vocabulary words and 43 conversational words and phrases, along with grammatical concepts such as verb conjugation, tense, and noun gender. The workbook is easy to use, incremental, and filled with clear grammatical explanations written expressly for the student. Lessons teach mnemonic aids (chants) that enable students to learn vocabulary and grammar with ease and delight. F  rench for Children Primer A Answer Key This teacher’s tool features actual, full-size pages from the primer, with answers to quizzes, exercises, and worksheets in bold print.  rench for Children Primer A Streaming Video & Audio (or 7-DVD & 1-CD Set) This video features master F French teacher and author Joshua Kraut. Bring this valuable resource into your classroom to teach your students directly or use it to privately prepare yourself to teach the lessons. Each lesson (40–50 minutes) corresponds to the weekly chapter of French for Children Primer A and has 3 segments: vocabulary, grammar, and conversational French. The audio files feature all of the pronunciations from the Pronunciation Wizard as well as the dialogues, grammar chart chants, complete vocabulary, conversation journal words and phrases, Say It Aloud exercises, dicteés, and more!

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French

Grades 5 & Up

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French for Children Primer B Program by Joshua Kraut, PhD

Don’t stop now! French for Children Primer B, the second book in the French for Children series, is just as engaging, incremental, and creative as French for Children Primer A. Students are on their way to mastering new grammar concepts and much new vocabulary.

Full program includes:  rench for Children Primer B (student edition) Students will learn more than 130 commonly used vocabulary F words and more than 40 conversational words and phrases along with grammatical concepts, such as negation, stressed pronouns, pronominal verbs, verb conjugation, tense, and noun gender. All the teaching and explanations are written in the student book, at the student’s level. There are 17 engaging and conversational chapters, including 3 review chapters, weekly worksheets and quizzes, and an end-of-book review.  rench for Children Primer B Answer Key This teacher’s tool features actual, full-size pages from the primer, F with answers to quizzes, exercises, and worksheets in bold print.  rench for Children Primer B Streaming Video & Audio (or 7-DVD & 1-CD Set) This video features master F French teacher and author Joshua Kraut. Bring this valuable resource into your classroom to teach your students directly or use it to privately prepare yourself to teach the lessons. Each lesson (40–50 minutes) corresponds to the weekly chapter of French for Children Primer B and has 3 segments: vocabulary, grammar, and conversational French. The audio files feature the dialogues, grammar chart chants, complete vocabulary, conversation journal words and phrases, Say It Aloud exercises, dicteés, and more!

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The slightest knowledge of a great book is better than the greatest knowledge of a slight book .

—Aquinas

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he Classical Reader is a veritable cave of dragon loot, an embarrassment of riches that will provide years of instruction and delight and help to instill a lifelong love of reading.

When you are choosing what books your students will read, the stakes are especially high. In this information age, it’s sometimes hard to know how to choose from the sea of options and resources that present themselves at every turn. That is why we have put years of research into The Classical Reader, collecting and analyzing the K–12 reading recommendations of classical educators from around the country, seeking those readings that have been important and pleasurable to generations of students. This book includes recommendations for reading at each grade level, noting each selection’s level of difficulty and genre. The Classical Reader provides a way to keep a record of what your students have read and will also help you to plan future reading—a Enjoy our regularly updated valuable resource for every school and family for and sortable online version of everything from book reports to reading for pleasure.  Printed Book  $7.95  $6.36

The Classical Reader by visiting ClassicalReader.com.


Guide Books

Classical Education

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Plato: The Great Philosopher-Educator by David Diener, PhD Plato is one of the principal founders of the Western intellectual tradition, and it is nearly impossible to examine the historical development of any academic topic without, knowingly or unknowingly, addressing Plato’s views. Regardless of our final assessment of Plato’s educational thought, it is unquestionable that his understanding of education has had a profound impact on the development of educational theory and practice around the world for nearly two-and-a-half millennia. The study of his views is thus of great benefit, both as a means of examining fundamental questions about the nature of education addressed in his work, and also as a means of better understanding the historical roots of the Western educational tradition. Plato: The Great Philosopher-Educator $7.95  $6.36

There is one element you could isolate in any account you give, and this is the correct formation of our feelings of pleasure and pain, which makes us hate what we ought to hate from first to last, and love what we ought to love. Call this ‘education,’ and I, at any rate, think you would be giving it its proper name. —Plato, Laws


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Classical Education

An Introduction to Classical Education: A Guide for Parents (Public & Charter School Edition) by Christopher Perrin, PhD This 45-page booklet is an ideal introduction to classical education that traces its history and describes its modern renaissance. The booklet also highlights the distinctive elements of the movement, including its emphasis on teaching grammar, logic, and rhetoric (the trivium); the role and benefit of classical language study; and the extraordinary achievements of students who are receiving a classical education. This engaging and conversational booklet includes anecdotes, diagrams, and charts, and is especially recommended to teachers and parents just beginning their examination of classical education. It is an ideal booklet to hand out at parent nights, donor visits, and other school events. Concise but significant introduction to classical education Clear definition and historical overview of classical education Descriptions of the modern renaissance in classical education Examples of student achievements around the country Helpful anecdotes, diagrams, and charts An Introduction to Classical Education Printed Book

$3.95  $3.16

Customized versions available with your school logo and information. Bulk pricing available.


Poetry

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New!

Bright Mirror:

A Book of Poems by Christine Perrin “Christine Perrin’s Bright Mirror may not raise its voice, but it does confront, with clarity and honesty, the glass darkly in which it sees itself. What it sees throughout its Vermeer-like hold on detail and the bright moment is the happiness of reconciliation.” —Stanley Plumly “In her Bright Mirror, Christine Perrin offers in luminous figures the images gleaned from a lifetime of textual and intertextual reflection. Her ongoing dialogue with prior utterance and her uncommon care with the word, as such, make all the more evident that all such engagements are acts of participation with the living, with Life.” —Scott Cairns “The stately elegance of Perrin’s verse is great enough that a 21st-century reader might forgivably figure it as distance. But the distance here is both tender and grave: a quality that necessarily inheres between the speaker and her God, between herself and her husband, her children, those she loves. These are, above all, poems of measure, poems that mark both what separates us and its occasional, keen transpiercings—that make, as she says, the ‘bright spinning complete.’” —G.C. Waldrep Christine Perrin, author of The Art of Poetry, is the director of writing at Messiah College. She also co-leads a trip for classical educators in Orvieto, Italy, each summer in partnership with Gordon College and Classical Academic Press. She is grateful to the institutions that mentored her—The Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference, Johns Hopkins University, and The University of Maryland, where she earned her MFA. The recipient of an Academy of American Poets Prize, her work has appeared in various journals including The New England Review, Image Journal, TriQuarterly, Blackbird, The Cresset, and others. Bright Mirror

$11.95  $9.56


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Poetry

Grades 7 & Up

The Art of Poetry Program by Christine Perrin, MFA

“I dwell in Possibility— A fairer House than Prose—” While we think of poetry as the best words in the best order, we sometimes forget how important its poetic or metaphoric thinking is to various subjects, such as writing, speaking, business, and science. The Art of Poetry is an excellent upper-middle or high school curriculum that teaches the practice of reading a poem closely and absorbing its beauty.

Full program includes:  e Art of Poetry (student edition) This book contains 16 chapters and more than 100 poems. Chapters 1–8 Th cover the elements of poetry (such as images, metaphor, rhythm, and tone); the final chapters cover the forms of poetry (such as ode, villanelle, and open verse). Each chapter includes an extensive explication of 1 poem, along with exercises and discussion questions on additional poems. Included in the text are biographies of 51 poets, a glossary of terms, and an index of all the poems and authors. A free downloadable MP3 file with readings of most of the poems from this book is available online at ClassicalAcademicPress.com.  e Art of Poetry Teacher’s Edition This valuable resource for teachers includes the entire student edition and Th an answer key, as well as detailed and fascinating explications of 39 poems. The introduction for the teacher offers teaching tips and suggestions. Thorough appendices include a poetry timeline, quizzes for each chapter, and a cumulative book quiz.  e Art of Poetry Streaming Video (or 7-DVD Set) The Art of Poetry video features more than 15 hours of Th author Christine Perrin teaching 4 thoughtful 8th-grade students through the entire The Art of Poetry text. Many of the discussions, which proceed chapter by chapter, capture the magic of a Socratic teacher encountering strong students and timeless works of literature.

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Teaching Math Classically by Grace Prensner

Like all classical subjects, mathematics should be taught with the aim of fostering students’ humanity. Too often mathematics is taught using a “factory” approach: Here is a theorem (never mind where it came from or what it really means), memorize it, here’s eight steps to apply it, now do thirty practice problems. This state of affairs is unfortunate because it does not allow students to truly reason. Consequently, classical mathematics classes should avoid the factory method and instead nurture advanced analytical reasoning. They should let students wrestle with historically significant mathematical problems before showing students how to solve them. They should require students to not just answer mathematical questions but to justify mathematical reasoning, ask good mathematical questions, exercise creativity, develop mathematical intuition, and practice presenting mathematical ideas. Mathematics should moreover be taught out of a love of wisdom and the good, the true, and the beautiful. Mathematics isn’t just a tiresome hoop to jump through to become engineers or doctors or make lots of money. Rather, it is one of the many ways to wonder actively, to deeply contemplate simple ideas, and to delight in abstraction, certainty, order, rigor, etc. A classical mathematics class should take time to let students simply stand in awe, whether in awe of the beauty of fractals, the inventiveness of calculus, or the unfathomability of infinity. Teaching mathematics classically should involve helping students to love the great ideas that have inspired mathematicians for ages, which in turn can help students to adopt a posture of humility, joy, and wonder. Lastly, mathematics should be taught holistically, as part of the larger narrative of the great ideas. Ideally, a classical mathematics course would include historical context and time to think philosophically about the presuppositions at play in whatever mathematical framework is being studied. The goal of a classical mathematics course is not to replicate the symptoms of understanding mathematics (i.e., being able to get the right answers to a specific set of prescribed, isolated problems), but rather to pass on a love and understanding of the ideas that have motivated mathematicians to inquire the way they have down through the centuries. This way mathematics doesn’t seem so inhumanely abstract, so arbitrary, so at odds with curiosity and joy.

Grace Prensner is an upper-school math instructor at ScholeAcademy.com. She graduated from Grove City College with a BA in mathematics, a BA in philosophy, and a minor in music, and also served as a tutor and teaching assistant for math, logic, and physics courses. Grace enjoys sharing her joy for mathematics by teaching math in a way that exercises creativity and satisfies curiosity. Ms. Prensner teaches and tutors students in Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, and PreCalculus.


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Grades K–6 Singapore Primary Mathematics U.S. Edition 1A–6B is ideal for classroom use for 1st–7th grades. 1A is suitable for 1st–2nd grades. Singapore Math is the most popular primary math series used by schools in the U.S. and Canada. The series is recommended for those who want a solid, basic math program and an emphasis on concept development, mental techniques, and problem-solving.  e Primary Mathematics U.S. Edition series of elementary math textbooks and workbooks is meant to Th be part of a system of learning in which adult supervision and independent practice go hand in hand. The main feature of this series is the use of the Concrete > Pictorial > Abstract approach. The students are provided with the necessary learning experiences, beginning with the concrete and pictorial stages, followed by the abstract stage to enable them to learn mathematics meaningfully. This approach encourages active thinking processes, communication of mathematical ideas, and problem-solving. This helps develop the foundation students will need for more advanced mathematics.  rimary Mathematics U.S. Teacher’s Guides P provide, in both flexibility and detail, a clear framework for the Primary Mathematics textbooks. Each lesson is accompanied by numerous activities that expand and reinforce the concepts for that lesson and that are designed to fit both teachers who wish to adapt lessons to their own classroom situation, and teachers who desire easy-to-follow, effective teaching strategies. Through the notes to the teacher and the detailed objectives for each learning task in the text and activity in the guide, these teacher’s guides help teachers to fully understand the purpose and concept behind each set of problems, both within the context of the unit and the context of the overall curriculum.  rimary Mathematics Extra Practice is a P series of 6 supplementary books that will prove invaluable to students in their understanding of mathematical concepts. The exercises are short and specific, so instructors may assign only those topics in which students need more practice.

Kindergarten Early Bird Math Textbook A Early Bird Math Textbook B EB Activity Book A EB Activity Book B EB Teacher’s Guide A EB Teacher’s Guide B

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Grades 1–6 U.S. Editions Primary Mathematics Textbook 1–6A Primary Mathematics Textbook 1–6B PM Workbook 1–6A PM Workbook 1–6B PM Teacher’s Guide 1–6A PM Teacher’s Guide 1–6B PM Answer Key 1–3, 4–6*

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*Note: Answers or answer keys are found in the teacher’s guides. If you are purchasing these guides, you do not need the answer key booklets.


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Consulting & Speaking Engagements

David Diener

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Author, consultant, head of school

Author, consultant, principal

Expertise:

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All aspects of classical pedagogy—boards, administrators, teachers, and educators in private, public, charter, and university-model schools, co-ops, and conventions

Classical pedagogical and curricular guidance, and upper-school logic & rhetoric consulting for teachers, all classical educators, and administrators

Jason Ulbrich

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Strategic planning, vision and mission setting, board and school leader relationships, teacher evaluation and observation program, aligning teacher professional development with teacher evaluation, organizational leadership, assessments in classical education, and developing benchmarks of success

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Consulting with Christopher Perrin, PhD Christopher consults with those starting or seeking to grow classical schools and co-ops. He served for 10 years as the founding headmaster of a classical school. He is especially adept at guiding schools through the establishment of an effective K–12 program and consults with administrators, boards, and teachers on all aspects of developing a thriving classical school. Christopher also provides staff training on a variety of topics, such as: •  Staff and leadership development •  Developing student/intellectual virtue •  How to mentor and train new teachers •  Lower-school planning and development •  Upper-school planning and development •  Classical philosophy of education •  Origin and purpose of classical education •  History of progressive education •  Problem-solving with frustrated parents •  Enhancing communication among teachers, parents, and students

•  Establishing a positive culture among lower- and upper-school faculty •  Integrating logic throughout the upper-school curriculum •  Integrating rhetoric throughout the upper-school curriculum •  Classical curriculum development •  K–12 classical pedagogy •  Importance and value of Latin •  Importance and value of logic •  Importance and value of rhetoric •  Informal logic for every teacher •  Board consulting

•  Building partnerships among teachers and parents •  Parent and graduation events •  Building and keeping staff camaraderie and unity

•  Custom consulting needs

Speaking Engagements by Christopher Perrin, PhD Christopher speaks in a variety of settings, ranging from training events to keynotes. He is passionate about imparting the virtues of classical education to those contemplating the classical approach and about taking veteran classical educators to the next level. Christopher is an inspiring and informed veteran speaker. He frequently speaks on such topics as: •  An Introduction to Effective Socratic Discussion: Why We Do It and How to Do It Well •  Loving the Things That Are Lovely: How to Cultivate Affection for the True, Good, and Beautiful in Our Students •  Learning from Rest: Cultivating Your Students’ Habits and Virtues to Become Lifelong Learners •  The Tradition of Scholé and How to Recover Restful Learning Today •  Why Children Must Play to Learn •  The Lighter Side of Education: How to Relax, Enjoy, and Laugh and Still Be an Educator •  Teaching Is . . . an Art •  Scholé: Why a School without Scholé (Leisure) Is No School at All •  Learning to Love What Must Be Done •  Classical Education 101 •  Revolutionary Latin: Why Latin Will Do Far More than Increase Your Vocabulary •  Revolutionary Logic: Why Logic Is Needed •  How to Teach Latin in Grades 3–6 •  Putting Together the Puzzle Pieces of Classical Education

•  From Philosophy to Practice in Classical Education: Multum Non Multa (Much Not Many) •  The Recovery of Memory—Before We Have Forgotten that We Have Forgotten •  The Liturgical Classroom: How to Make Your Class a Space for Tradition, Celebration, and Community •  RetroACTIVE Education: Reaching Back to Go Forward •  G.K. Chesterton: The Man Who Laughed •  Embodied Learning: How to Help Students Love What Is Lovely •  A Concise History of Progressive Education: What Was Generally Wrong, but Occasionally Right, about Progressive Education •  Breaking Free of Your Own Modern Education and How Others Are Doing It •  How to Be a Teacher; How to Be a Student •  The Intellectual Virtues •  Logic 101 •  Recovering the Classical Tradition of Education


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Award-Winning curricula and resources for schools and homeschools: Latin, logic, writing, rhetoric, grammar, Spanish, French, poetry, and mo...

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Award-Winning curricula and resources for schools and homeschools: Latin, logic, writing, rhetoric, grammar, Spanish, French, poetry, and mo...