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ERIC Number: ED047561
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 12
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A Theory of Classical Education, IV.
Sullivan, J. P.
Didaskalos, v2 n1 p3-14 1966
Central to this paper is the belief that the principal value of classical studies is that they are the foundation for a liberal education. The author proposes that the whole of the Graeco-Roman civilization be included in the development of the curriculum while urging interdisciplinary studies wherever possible. Commentary focuses on teaching methodology, student composition, literary criticism, and student attitudes. The need for reevaluation of the curriculum and for educational change in classical studies is also discussed. (RL)
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Authoring Institution: Joint Association of Classical Teachers, Oxford (England).
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