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Journey on the Latin Road: An Interview with Barbara Beers

Vol. 100, Prg. 31–35
November 8–12, 2010


What can a dead language do for your child? According to Barbara Beers, author of The Latin Road to English Grammar, more than you might think! Join Mike Farris on this week’s edition of Home School Heartbeat to learn how Latin can impact your child’s academic and spiritual understanding.

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11/8  
The Virtues of Latin
11/9  
Elementary Latin
11/10  
The Latin Road to College
11/11  
Classic Language, Classic Method
11/12  
The Latin Road and the Christian's Walk

@home e-vent

No other language in the world’s history affects English as much as Latin. Latin isn’t a subject that needs to be put on the shelf until the children are older. Barbara’s recent webinar with HSLDA’s @home e-vents will reveal how you can learn this important language along with your 5th–12th-grade students and teach them their advanced English grammar at the same time! To watch this e-vent and unlock the world of Latin, follow the link above.

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Guests:

Barbara Beers

A veteran homeschool mom for over 26 years, Barbara Beers has not only taught her own children, other students, parents, and school teachers, but has organized her studies and written the popular series, The PHONICS Road to Spelling and Reading and The LATIN Road to English Grammar, used in schools and homeschools around the world. In the long term effort of building strong Christian families, she teaches and encourages Christian moms and dads in the areas of classical education, spelling, writing, reading, grammar, and Latin, as well as giving them the tools to master these subjects in a thorough and enjoyable way.



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Even if you never studied Latin, you can still teach it to your children. Use our resource sheet to discover a variety of books, websites, and curricula for different proficiency levels. Let Latin enrich your homeschool, and have fun in the process!

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