Can anyone link me to articles on teaching ancient languages to children, particularly OLDER ones geared to the idea of a child becoming fluent in both Latin and Greek BEFORE entering university?
There are a glut of books coming out about a classical education for children, but they are not right for our family. The focus is on LOTS of writing, outlining and reading fiction. My math orientated child is willing to do a BIT of that, but it's a real struggle for him.
We were talking a bit again this morning and he is VERY interested in being able to read logic, math and science books in the original languages, though.
I'm very interested in what a classical education was like 100, 200 and 300 years ago.
Can anyone direct me to something meatier than "The Well Trained Mind"??