The Timeline of Classics Podcast: Classic Literature | World History | Classical Education | Literary Analysis podcast

The Timeline of Classics Podcast: Classic Literature | World History | Classical Education | Literary Analysis

Gail Ledbetter: Author and Classical Educator

Training classical educators & teaching parents in literary studies

14 Episódios

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    TLC 014 : How to Give Your Kids a Natural Love for History with Jim Hodges – Part 2

    35:31

    In this inspiring episode, I continue my conversation with Jim Hodges on how to bring history to life with historical fiction. Highlights from this episode: how history can be told in a fun way through fictional characters historical fiction vs textbook approach to learning history coordinating the studies of history, literature, and composition to create […] The post TLC 014 : How to Give Your Kids a Natural Love for History with Jim Hodges – Part 2 appeared first on Timeline of Classics.
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    TLC 013 : How to Give Your Kids a Natural Love for History with Jim Hodges – Part 1

    Carefully selected stories can provide the perfect model for tackling the tough decisions life tosses our way. How better to prepare our kids than with a quality framework to do just that! In today’s episode, we’ll discuss the important role of historical fiction. Highlights from this episode: never give up on a great idea…it may […] The post TLC 013 : How to Give Your Kids a Natural Love for History with Jim Hodges – Part 1 appeared first on Timeline of Classics.
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    TLC 012 : Why You Should Never Stop Giving and Collecting Books

    26:21

    Books provide deep emotional connections! In this episode, we’ll sort through some of the emotional connections that can be made only through real books. It’s not surprising that rare books are at the top of the list for collectors, young and old. There’s something regal about having an impressive library! So, the next time you […] The post TLC 012 : Why You Should Never Stop Giving and Collecting Books appeared first on Timeline of Classics.
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    TLC 011 : Small Things to Do with Your Kids That Impact History in a Big Way

    10:26

    On April 15, 2019, the world watched in shock as the Notre Dame Cathedral burned. Immediately, historians began to recognize a poignant threat to Western Civilization. In this episode, we’re reflecting on 850 years of history that were nearly lost and what we can do in our day to help preserve Western Civilization. Highlights from […] The post TLC 011 : Small Things to Do with Your Kids That Impact History in a Big Way appeared first on Timeline of Classics.
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    TLC 010 : On Learning with Stories from History & Literature with Jim Weiss – Part 3 of 3

    43:33

    Most people think that stories are only for children. Or worse, that classic literature is only for high school lit class or college English majors. In this episode, I introduce an award-winning professional storyteller who has changed all that! He and his wife travel the world while entertaining and educating audiences (young and old) with […] The post TLC 010 : On Learning with Stories from History & Literature with Jim Weiss – Part 3 of 3 appeared first on Timeline of Classics.
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    TLC 009 : On Learning with Stories from History and Literature with Jim Weiss – Part 2 of 3

    33:05

    Most people think that stories are only for children. Or worse, that classic literature is only for high school lit class or college English majors. In this episode, I introduce an award-winning professional storyteller who has changed all that! He and his wife travel the world while entertaining and educating audiences (young and old) with […] The post TLC 009 : On Learning with Stories from History and Literature with Jim Weiss – Part 2 of 3 appeared first on Timeline of Classics.
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    TLC 008 : On Learning with Stories from History and Literature with Jim Weiss – Part 1 of 3

    33:38

    Most people think that stories are only for children. Or worse, that classic literature is only for high school lit class or college English majors. In this episode, I introduce an award-winning professional storyteller who has changed all that! He and his wife travel the world while entertaining and educating audiences (young and old) with […] The post TLC 008 : On Learning with Stories from History and Literature with Jim Weiss – Part 1 of 3 appeared first on Timeline of Classics.
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    TLC 007: How to Cultivate Moral Imagination with Andrew Pudewa – Part 2 of 2

    30:53

      This is part two of my interview with Andrew Pudewa! We’ll consider how children’s stories and fairy tales can teach virtue and truth. Highlights from this episode: truths learned from fairy tales how truths are communicated through literature how stories teach virtue why wonder and imagination are important for children and adults how to […] The post TLC 007: How to Cultivate Moral Imagination with Andrew Pudewa – Part 2 of 2 appeared first on Timeline of Classics.
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    TLC 006: How to Cultivate Moral Imagination with Andrew Pudewa – Part 1 of 2

    36:38

      I had never heard of cultivating moral imagination until I sat through a live presentation by today’s guest. Thankfully, this essential life-giving trait is simple to accomplish with children. In this episode, I am pleased to introduce the one person whose wit, wisdom, words, and resources have encouraged my family and me on our […] The post TLC 006: How to Cultivate Moral Imagination with Andrew Pudewa – Part 1 of 2 appeared first on Timeline of Classics.
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    TLC 005: FAQ – How Do I Get My Kids to Read?

    24:13

    Why is it that getting kids to read can be a little bit like pulling teeth? That was certainly the case for me when I was young. As I think back, this could have been so easily avoided! Here’s a whole episode dedicated to helping you take away the struggle. In Episode 005, you’ll learn… […] The post TLC 005: FAQ – How Do I Get My Kids to Read? appeared first on Timeline of Classics.

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