the “Art of Grammar” by Dionysius Thrax (spoken reconstructed Ancient Greek)

the “Art of Grammar” by Dionysius Thrax (spoken reconstructed Ancient Greek)

Over the art of grammar. Grammar is practical knowledge of what poets and prose writers for the most part are saying. Its parts are six: First: proficiently reading aloud according to prosody; second: explanation according to the existing poetic modes; third: rough rendition of special expressions and plot; fourth: finding of the true, original meaning […]

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Teaching Critical Thinking through Art with the National Gallery of Art | SmithsonianX on edX

Teaching Critical Thinking through Art with the National Gallery of Art | SmithsonianX on edX

All over the world in schools, in the job market, in every discipline and field, critical thinking is essential. Here, at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., we help teachers of all levels and subjects use art as a force to develop their students’ thinking. Inspired by the Artful Thinking research and routines […]

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