2002 Edition of The Georgia Classicist

April 16, 2019
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maximas gratias tibi agamus Cameron Ward for sending in this copy of the 2002 edition of The Georgia Classicist.  Click here to access this archived file! Advertisements

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Call for Records!

April 16, 2019
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Salvete! We are putting out an all call for any records you may have about the Georgia Classical Association. This may include: copies of The Georgia Classicist notes from meetings copies of the constitution, mission, vision, etc. articles about The Georgia Classical Association or The Georgia Classicist officer records TOTY records membership records information about votes and changes made […]

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Blogs Worth Following

November 14, 2014
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Salvete! I’ve got a great list of blogs for everyone to follow. They include Latin teachers’ blogs, modern language blogs, and other blog-type resources for you to peruse and follow. I’m also including some resources to help you organise your blogs if you want to follow many, but don’t want daily emails. Ways to Organise […]

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Vergilian Society Announces Upcoming Tours!

November 7, 2014
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Vergilian Society Summer and Winter Tours 2015-2016 Monument lists are subject to change based on closings for restoration and other factors outside our control. Every attempt is made to see that we visit as many of the sites listed as possible. Romans, Etruscans and ancient Greeks: Exploring Antiquities from Tuscany to Campania June 28 – […]

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Classical Association of the Midwest and South Has Upcoming Deadlines and Opportunities!

November 1, 2014
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From Amy Leonard: Individual membership in CAMWS for the fiscal year July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015, may be purchased for $55 ($30 for student, retiree, first-time teacher, or new CAMWS member). www.camws.org   WHY JOIN CAMWS? Funding! Apply for a CPL grant ($50-500) to cover any of the following: a field trip to […]

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Presentation Report: AP Latin at CAMWS

October 30, 2014
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Amy Leonard recently presented her integrated AP syllabus at the Classical Association of the Midwest and South‘s Southern Section. Her syllabus has three major components: suggested thematic integration of both the Vergil and Caesar passages required by the syllabus a sample essay question for each unit suggested sight reading passages that compliment the themes and/or […]

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Why a Master’s Degree? Why Georgia?

October 6, 2014
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By Lindsey Campbell, Brookwood High School Unabashedly I love learning. However, after graduating from the University of Georgia in 2003 with my Bachelor’s degree I found that I had quite enough of school.  Because of this, I had no problem with quickly dismissing any post from the University pertaining to the classics program.  Until finally […]

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