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ERIC Number: ED071491
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-May-29
Pages: 15
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Le Curriculum: changements et innovations dans l'enseignement des litteratures classique et moderne (The Curriculum: Changes and Innovations in the Teaching of Classic and Modern Literature).
Goldstein, E. M.
Educational experiments in the teaching of Latin literature being conducted in Belgium by Professor Delatte are examined in this study. The base vocabulary of Caesar's "Gallic Wars" was determined with the use of an IBM 620 computer, and the pedagogical implications leading to a simplified approach to the study of the text are discussed. The study is noted to have led to the establishment of an obligatory three-month course in Latin for Belgian students; continuation in Latin studies then becomes optional. Plans are continuing for the analysis of other Latin texts which are to be incorporated into the new Belgian curriculum of Latin studies. (RL)
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Note: In French; Paper presented at a Meeting of the A.C.C.E., C.C.R.E., and A.C.P.E., Learned Societies of Canada, McGill University, Montreal, May 29, 1972