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Slogan Winner 2013

April 22, 2013 by

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“Get Agrippa” Megan Paik, North Gwinnett HS

Upper Modern Myth Winner 2013

April 22, 2013 by

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Amanda Bolen, Eastside High School, Eric Adams, Latin IV,   11th Grade     High School Hospitality  The two gods wandered through the hectic, bustling cafeteria of Theoxenia High School with their trays of food in hand. Jupiter and Mercury were quickly overwhelmed by the continuous buzz of youthful gossip and the repetitive shouting of individuals desperate for […]

Lower Modern Myth Winner 2013

April 22, 2013 by

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Modern Myth     Hannah Marier     Marist School    Free 10-beat line               Near Aulis where Menelaus set sail             To take back Helen from Trojan Paris,             Fair dawn arose as if for the first time             To catch a glimpse of the sorrow that bred             At the coast of the great Aegean Sea, […]

Middle Modern Myth Winner 2013

April 22, 2013 by

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The Artist by Lauren Nguyen (Wheeler High School, Cameron Ward, Grade 10, Latin IV) The Artist             He was a man of creation, a man of paint-splattered smocks and clay-caked hands. His fingers could dance over clay and leave behind beautifully sculpted figures and delicately twining ivy in their wake. These same fingers could snatch up a brush, dip it […]

Congratulations

April 22, 2013 by

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On this, Rome’s birthday, GCA would like to congratulate Natalie Faulkner (and her devoted family) for her 10 years as GJCL State Chair, Dr. AW Saunders for being named 2013 GCA TOTY and James Dow for being named 2013 GCA SOTY. Such talent and dedication in Georgia Classics! A great GJCL Convention!! Optime!

FLAG Presentation: Creating a Differentiated Classroom Without The Headache

April 12, 2013 by

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I was honoured to be asked to present at the Foreign Language Association of Georgia’s annual conference in Augusta this year. I decided to present on a topic that I have been very self conscious about this year: Differentiation. It seems to be a very popular “buzz word” in education now and often throws teachers […]

The Plasticity of Julius Caesar

April 6, 2013 by

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The Plasticity of Julius Caesar Jack Leahey, ’13, Marist School “Servi igitur eis etiam iudicibus, qui multis post saeculis de te iudicabunt, et quidem haud scio an incorruptius quam nos. Nam et sine amore et sine cupiditate et rursus sine odio et sine invidia iudicabunt.” – Cicero on Julius Caesar, Pro Marcello 29 I became […]