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Overview When it comes to Latin instruction in the homeschool, there are several programs that have made good names for themselves. Bolchazy-Carducci's Artes Latinae is probably the most famous. But there are others with good credentials. So why is Sonlight Curriculum, Ltd. recommending The LATIN Road to English Grammar? Probably the most importan...
Foreign Language Overview
Many colleges have a foreign language admissions requirement: prospective students must have successfully completed at least two years' foreign language study at the high school level.
Even if you have no interest in college-level education or see no direct and practical application for language study, the truth is, learning a foreign language is good intellectual exercise. You will certainly walk away from a study of foreign language knowing English better than you did before!
All of these factors together lead us to do what educators down through the centuries have done: strongly recommend that students learn a foreign language beginning by sixth grade, at least.
If you think a foreign language program is in your future, check out Rosetta Stone: an Immersion Approach to Foreign Language and The Latin road to English Grammar, two incredible foreign language programs offered through Sonlight.