라틴어교육에는 미래가 있는가? -이탈리아⋅프랑스⋅독일⋅영국의 사례를 중심으로-Does the Classical Latin Teaching has a future?: The cases in Italy, France, Germany and UK
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- Does the Classical Latin Teaching has a future?: The cases in Italy, France, Germany and UK
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- 부산외국어대학교 지중해지역원
- 고전라틴어; 키케로; 라티오 스투디오룸; 브로카 프로젝트; 바칼로레아; 인문학 김나지움; GCSE 시험; Classical Latin; Cicero; Ratio Studiorum; Brocca Project; Baccalauréat; Humanistisches Gymnasium; GCSE Test
- 지중해지역연구, v.22, no.4, pp.149 - 170
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- Does the Classical Latin Teaching has a future? This is the purpose of this paper. The course is to examine how Latin language education has changed, what it is like now, and what will happen in the future, focusing on the cases of four Western European countries, Italy, France, Germany and the UK. The Classical Latin is said to be the dead language, because it has not changed for nearly two thousands years.
Utrum possit esse vera? In this paper, I treat the changing situation of Latin teaching in Europe in the late 20th century, especially in England, France, Germany and Italy. There is variation among the countries as to what actually the subject consists of. In one country the emphasis is on the language learning and the non-linguistic content is seen as an add-on. In others the learning about the society in which the ancient languages were spoken is just as important and is considered as going hand in hand with the language learning. A concentration on Latin only can lead to a view which sees the language in all its forms from Roman times through medieval and on up to modern times as the subject under consideration. Recent writers have shown from their researches that Classists have always moarned about the state of their subject, claiming that things are getting worse, students are less able, and society is against them. Nevertheless we should perhaps have more confidence in the ability of our subject to continue to have a presence in the future culture of Europe.
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