ERIC Number: ED049654
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1965
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A Theory of Classical Education, III: The Classics in the Sixties.
Didaskalos, v1 n3 p3-19 1965
Noting the sharp decline in Latin studies in England, the author reviews the rationale and educational objectives which serve as the foundation for existing programs. Commentary is made on the roles of science, history, literature, and philosophy in the curriculum. The function of classical studies is seen to be related largely to the development of the mental faculties and to serve as the basis for further study in the arts. Reforms are suggested at all levels of instruction and particularly for "O-Level" examinations. (RL)
Descriptors: Classical Languages, Classical Literature, Curriculum Development, Educational Objectives, Educational Philosophy, Enrollment Influences, Enrollment Trends, Greek, High Schools, Humanities Instruction, Instructional Program Divisions, Language Instruction, Latin, Relevance (Education), Student Motivation, Student Needs, Teaching Methods
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Authoring Institution: Joint Association of Classical Teachers, Oxford (England).
Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom (England)