Why We're Delaying Latin in Our Homeschool (And You Might Want to Also)

Why We're Delaying Latin in Our Homeschool (And You Might Want to Also)

Early Latin learning seems to be the new trend in the homeschool community, but our family is going a bit against the grain on this one. Check out our reasons for delaying Latin learning, based on my experience as a language teacher and what cognitive research tells us about language learning.

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Helpful Tips for the Latin Trip (Guest Post)

Helpful Tips for the Latin Trip (Guest Post)

If you’re a homeschool mom teaching and/or learning Latin alongside your children, you’ll find deep encouragement and a kindred spirit in today’s guest post, written by the lovely Angela Reed. An experienced Classics teacher and homeschooling mom-of-five, Angela offers us her best tips for how to study this ancient language without overwhelm.

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Language Learning in the Classical Tradition: My Chat with Dr. Christopher Perrin

Language Learning in the Classical Tradition: My Chat with Dr. Christopher Perrin

At last weekend’s HEAV convention, I had a chance to sit down with Dr. Christopher Perrin, the CEO of Classical Academic Press, and a fellow language lover. Watch or listen to our chat about language learning here, and find out how Dr. Perrin thinks learning foreign languages fits into a classical education.

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