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Hillary Harm, May 21, 2018 in
Teaching the Great Books (Josh Gibbs)
In Lesson 7, Mr. Gibbs refers to an example catechism. There is a space for it on the lesson page, but no document has been uploaded. Could someone please upload one? I would love to see an example of a catechism written for a history, literature, or science class!
I second this request, please!!!
I think I've seen Mr. Gibbs' medieval catechism posted somewhere online, but I don't remember where. Maybe he might be willing to share it here?
I'm teaching Ancient History this year- Old Testament, Egypt, Greece, Rome. Anyone out there want to share a sample catechism from this time period? Themes? (So far I'm thinking about seeking humility & home)
We now have Josh Gibbs's example catechisms -- two of them! -- posted on ClassicalU. Apologies for the delay! You can find the PDFs under the resources for Lesson 7: https://www.classicalu.com/lesson/lesson-7-classroom-habits-and-practices/.
Thank you so much, Brittany! These are marvelous resources.
HI Olsenhs, did you get any leads on or create your own catechism for the ancient history class? I'm doing the same and would love to see some ideas.
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