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Savor the Latin, Tongues and the Tongue

Today’s blog was guest written by CPLS Latin teacher, Sarah Gannon. The Latin word for “tongue” is “lingua,” from which the English word “language” derives. It is no accident that languages are sometimes called “tongues.” Students must stretch the parts of their mouths in new directions and with new patterns as they pronounce the sounds …

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Today’s blog was guest written by CPLS Rhetoric School faculty, Trent Leach. In the spring of 2005, I was finishing graduate school and a roommate introduced me to classical, Christian education. I remember vividly our conversation when he mentioned, “this unusual school in Kansas named after the Chronicles of Narnia.” Coincidentally, it wasn’t long before …

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