Teaching Classical Languages Why and How

This live presentation will air on:

Saturday, September 17th 2016

This workshop will be taught in the 2016 Not Back to School Summit - REGISTER HERE for live access!

Why Your Child Needs to Learn Classical Languages and How to Teach Them

Learning classical languages is an integral part of a classical education.  Furthermore, learning even a modicum of Biblical Hebrew, Ancient Greek, and Latin unlocks the three essential pillars of Western civilization found in the Biblical, Ancient Greek, and Roman traditions.  Learning classical languages doesn't have to be difficult and tedious.  In fact, it can be easy and pleasant. I'll teach you how to use the easy and pleasant new old way to learn and teach classical languages and give you all of the resources you'll need.

More about Christopher Hurtado:

Christopher Hurtado

​Christopher Hurtado is an Adjunct Instructor of Liberal Arts and Natural Law at Monticello College, Adjunct Instructor of Composition and Rhetoric at Salt Lake Community College, Adjunct Instructor of Philosophy and Political Science at Utah Valley University, and President and CEO of Linguistic Solutions, the developer of the Learn Latin via Aesop's Fables method used at Monticello College, and a polyglot with varying degrees of fluency in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Arabic, Greek, Latin, German, and Hebrew.

How to contact Christopher:
www.christopherhurtado.com

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Sharla says

This was well worth watching!  Thank you so much for an enlightening seminar on a story-based way to teach/learn classical (or modern) language.  My kids love story, including Aesops fables, and this just makes a lot of sense to me from my own linguistic training and past language learning.

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