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Piety, Music, and Gymnastic in the Classroom

2023-01-18T14:25:55-05:00

On January 27th, our faculty will participate in an in-service day focused on Catholic Classical Education. They will focus on the practices, activities, pedagogy, and curriculum that promote piety, music, and gymnastic in the classroom. Here are the ways these three areas will be discussed: Piety The duty, love, and respect owed to God, parents, and communal authorities past and present. (The Liberal Arts Tradition, pgs. 15 and 20). Teachers will reflect and note: How piety is reflected in a student's attitude toward the teacher and student interactions with others and visitors What curriculum decisions incorporate piety Their own attitude toward [...]

Piety, Music, and Gymnastic in the Classroom2023-01-18T14:25:55-05:00

The Art of Speaking: Declamation

2023-01-30T14:31:51-05:00

Liam Hallowell, now in 8th Grade, delivers his Declamation at the 15th Annual Forward in the Faith Gala benefiting Regina Angelorum Academy in May 2022. Each year at Regina Angelorum Academy, students participate in our annual Declamation competition. Declamation is the “art of speaking.”  In class and during after-school activities, students at RAA learn and practice how to give speeches: the art of public speaking. In addition,  students select a poem, narration, or speech to memorize each year, beginning in 3rd grade, and enter into the Regina Academies Declamation Competition. Each of the Regina Academies' schools holds its own contest [...]

The Art of Speaking: Declamation2023-01-30T14:31:51-05:00
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