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Didaskalos

Didaskalos 1.1, 1963. pdfs available

  • Editorial. John Sharwood Smith. pp.1-4

  • A Theory of Classical Education. R. R. Bolgar. pp. 5-26

  • The Place of Classics in a New University. Martin Wright. pp. 27-36

  • La Situation des langues classiques dans l’enseignement francais. Robert Schilling. pp. 37-44

  • Some observations on the Pronunciation of Latin. W. Sidney Allen. pp. 45-54

  • Scansion: the eye and the ear. An experiment. C. O . Brink. pp. 55-62

  • Golden Latin Artistry. L. P. Wilkinson. pp. 63-70

  • The Ordinary Level Latin Examination

    • General introduction. C. W. Baty. pp. 71-78

    • The Oxford and Cambridge Joint Examinations Board O-Level Latin Papers, December 1960. pp. 79-84

    • First Review. John Wilson. pp. 85-88

    • Second Review. B. J. H. and J. S. S. pp. 89-94

    • Reply. B. G. C. Levens. pp. 95-100

  • Sixth Form Studies: Classical Literature – 1. Maurice Balme. pp. 101-106

  • Sixth Form Studies: Classical Literature – 2. R. H. Barrow. pp. 107-112

  • Performing Greek Tragedy in Schools – 1. David Raeburn. pp. 113-122

  • Modern Language Teaching and the Teaching of Classical Languages. W. R. Lee. pp. 123-132

  • Audio-visual Techniques of Language Teaching: the theoretical basis. M. C. Sargent. pp. 133-144

  • Classics Teaching: a select bibliography and a note on recent research. Sidney Morris. pp. 145-150

  • Reviews

    • An analysis of seven Greek text books. B. R. Rees. pp. 151-158

    • Viva voce: recordings of spoken Latin. L. A. Moritz. pp. 159-162

    • Arion: a quarterly journal of Classical Culture. Peter Ferguson. pp. 163-166

  • Editor’s notes. John Sharwood Smith. pp. 167-169

 

Didaskalos 1.2, 1964. pdfs available

  • Editorial.  John Sharwood Smith. pp. 1

  • A Theory of Classical Education – 2. E. H. Kenny. pp. 2-18

  • Prose Composition

    • The Historical Background. M. L. Clarke. pp. 19-21

    • The Value of Prose Composition -1. A. G. Lee. pp. 22-25

    • The Value of Prose Composition – 2. R. Bambrough.  pp. 26-27

    • Classics Without Prose Composition. L. Leather and A. C. Reynell. pp. 28-30

  • The Art and Practice of Translation. J. H. M. Berwick. pp. 31-41

  • The Ordinary Level Latin Examination.

    • General Introduction. S. Wiseman. pp. 42-48

    • The Joint Matriculation Board O-level Latin papers, July 1963. pp. 49-52

    • First Review. G. Morgan. pp. 53-56

    • Second Review. M. S. Justins. pp. 57-60

    • Reply. D. Bunyon. pp. 61-67

  • An Experiment in Audio-Visual Latin Teaching – 1. P. L. K. Buckle and R. Ellwood. pp. 68-77

  • An Experiment in Audio-Visual Latin Teaching -2. W. B. Thompson. pp. 78-80

  • Ancient Grammarians and Modern Linguistics. R. H. Robins. pp 81-89

  • -orum and -arum. L. E. Eyres. pp. 90-95

  • L’Association des Classiques Sortis de l’Universite de Liege. P. Constant. pp. 96-105

  • W. H. D. Rouse and the Association for the Reform of Latin Teaching. F. R. Dale. pp. 106-114

  • Reflections. M. Cole. pp. 115-123

  • Performing Greek Tragedy in Schools -2. D. Raeburn. pp. 124-132

  • Some Trends in English Teaching Today. N. Martin. pp. 133-141

  • What Happens to Classics Graduates? M. Kendall. pp. 142-147

  • obiter carpta. pp. 148-151

  • Didaskalos 1.3, 1965. pdfs available.

  • Editorial. John Sharwood Smith. pp. 1-2

  • A theory of Classical Education – 3. The Classics in the Sixties. M. McCrum. pp. 3-19

  • The use of Latin prose composition.  R. Knox. pp. 20-21

  • Ancient History at A-level

    • History at the Advanced Level. F. Sparrow. pp. 2330

    • Advanced Level Ancient History. pp. 31-34

    • Review. J. Graham. pp. 35-39

    • Reply. B. Warmington. pp. 40-46

  • la situazione delle lingue classiche nella scuola italiana. A. Grilli. pp. 47-56

  • Sanskrit in Indian Education. K. Mukerjee. pp. 57-65

  • Ancient History in the senior forms -1. M. Finley. pp. 66-74

  • Ancient History in the senior forms -2. C. Haworth. pp. 75-82

  • What is History? W. von Leyden. pp. 83-91

  • Trends in History teaching. M. Bryant. pp. 92-103

  • Latin in preparatory schools -1. E. Langhorne. pp. 104-119

  • Latin in preparatory schools -2. A. Davis. pp. 120-128

  • Report on an inquiry. G. Cawkwell and D. Russell. pp. 129-134

  • Latin in two-subject Honours degrees. T. Ryder. pp. 135-139

  • Postgraduate research and the future scholar. R. Ogilvie. pp. 140-144

  • An approach to medieval Latin literature. F. Brittain. pp. 145-152

  • Roman history and the Roman coinage. R. Carson. pp. 153-164

  • Nine types of editor. E. Connell. pp. 165-167

  • The importance of the oral approach to  modern language teaching. C. Russell. pp. 168-174

  • Convenienter naturae. J. Hawthorn. pp. 175-177

  • The crisis in the Classics. ‘R. Yarrington’. pp. 178-183

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  • Didaskalos 2.1, 1966. pdfs not yet available.

  • Editorial. John Sharwood Smith. pp. 1-2

  • A Theory of Classical Education - 4. J. P. Sullivan. pp. 3-14

  • The critical study of literature. K. Quinn. pp. 15-25

  • Aestimanda and the humane study of literature. P. S. Doughty. pp. 26-38.

  • Practical criticism. M. Balme and M. Warman. pp. 39-47.

  • On teaching Classics at Groton. J. L. MacDonald. pp. 48-56.

  • Examining literacy studies. P. Creek. pp. 57-64.

  • The Cambridge A-level Latin syllabus and papers. 1965.

    • The papers. pp. 65-72.

    • The Cambridge A-level Latin syllabus and papers. P. Ferguson. pp. 73-81.

    • Reply. W. K. Lacey. pp. 81-85.

  • Transfer. R. M. Foss. pp. 86-90.

  • In translation. J. Wilkins. pp. 91-100.

  • A psychological approach to mythology. 1. M. D. Marshak. pp. 101-110.

  • Some aspects of the Classics at Ibadan. J. Ferguson. pp. 111-118.

  • The Classics in Africa. O. Esan. pp. 119-126.

  • Die Situiation des altsprachlichen Unterrichts in Westdeutschland. G. Horning. pp. 127-138. (with summary translation into English).

  • CSE and the Classics

    • Syllabus. pp. 139-142.

    • Examination papers. pp. 143-148.

    • Note. pp. 149-154.

  • Performing Graeco-Roman comedy in schools -1. H. C. Fay. pp. 155-164.

  • The staple of English education. D. Pym. pp. 165-174.

  • Prose composition again. The case for composing. J. E. T. Brown. pp. 175-181.

  • Some books for critics. J. V. Muir. pp. 182-187.

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  • Didaskalos 2.2, 1967

  • Editorial.  John Sharwood Smith. p.1

  • A Theory of Classical education - 5. R. S. Peters. pp. 311

  • The Future of Greek in Schools. C. Handley. pp. 12-22

  • Greek: the Rescue Operation. T. Saunders. pp. 23-25

  • The Rescue Operation: some supplementary remarks. E. W. Whittle. pp. 26-27

  • A Case for Greek. A. T. Collins. pp. 28-39

  • Greek. Ordinary Level: Regulations for the Summer Examination 1966. pp. 31-37

    • The Oxford O-Level Greek Syllabus and Papers. M. R. Gunningham. pp. 38-43

    • Reply. N. C. Dexter. pp.44-49

  • A Diet of Xenophon. G. L. Cawkwell. pp. 50-58

  • The Present State of Hellenic Studies. M. M. Wilcock. pp. 59-69

  • Greek Coins and Greek Civilization. J. P. Barron. pp. 70-80

  • Travel for Hellenists. A. R. Burn. pp. 81-89

  • The Oral Accentuation of Greek. W. S. Allen. pp. 90-99

  • The 'Narrow-Minded Linguist'. M. Mortimer & J. Roberts. pp. 100-114

  • The Study of Language and the Study of Literature. R. Coleman. pp. 115-128

  • Reflections after a Decade of Extra-Mural Greek. H. Huxley. pp. 129-134

  • Performing Graeco-Roman Comedy in school  - 2. H. Fay. pp. 135-140

  • The Continued Development of the Structural Approach. W. E. Sweet. pp. 141-159

  • Roman Britain in School. N. Cook & D. E. Johnston. pp. 160-169

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  • Didaskalsos 2.3, 1968

  • Editorial. John Sharwood Smith. p1-2

  • A Theory of Classical education - 6. M. and M. Thorpe. pp.3-17

  • Translations. K. G. Todd. pp18-27

  • The way is slow, but sweet. J. Ashbridge. pp.28-35

  • The general Classics course in Danish secondary schools. B. Jacobsen. pp.36-45

  • A glimpse at the American scene: under=specialisation and Classics in translation. T. T. B. Ryder. pp46-52

  • The new Heraclitus: or how to educate for nothing in particular. C. Stray. pp.53-61

  • Greek philosophy: Thales to Aristotle. Suggestions for a one-term course without Greek. B. Farrington. pp.62-71

  • Teaching the Classics in Translation. G. F. Else. pp.72-79

  • Oxford Local Examinations: O level. Greek Literature in Translation. pp80-93

  • A Psychological Approach to Mythology 2. M. D. Marshak. pp.94-105

  • Odysseus and commuters. A note on myth. J. Britton. pp.106-113

  • The Commentator's Task. K. Quinn. pp114-126

  • Aspects of Roman Law. C. C. Turpin. pp127-136

  • English Teaching. P. W. pp137-146

  • Travel for Hellenists: a note by A. R. Burn. pp147

  • On the pronunciation of the Ancient Greek accents. W. B. Stanford pp.148-155

  • The new Latin Common Entrance - a preparatory school reaction. C. A. Stuart-Clark. pp.156-159

  • Some statistical trends in Classics. E. A. Paul. pp160164

  • The subscription to JACT. pp165-168

Didaskalos 3.1 1969

  • Editorial. John Sharwood Smith. p.1

  • Classical education and historical discontinuity. H. W. Pleket. pp.3-17

  • Classical studies: has the past a future? A. W. D. Adkins. pp. 18-35

  • JACT Ancient History A level pp. 36-47

    • Review: the JACT Ancient History A Level. J Hart. pp. 48-59

    • Reply. G. E. F. Chilver. pp. 60-63

  • 'Quid Novi?' A review [of the Cambridge Latin Course]. W. R. Lee. pp. 64-70.

  • 'Principles' and 'Pseudolus Noster': a review. F. B. K. Dennis. pp. 71-78

  • Reply: C. W. E. Peckett and A. R. Munday. pp. 79-82

  • 'Latin': a review. S. Haskell. pp. 83-87.

  • Reply: C. H. Craddock. pp.88-91

  • 'A Programmed latin Course': review. C. I Vaughan. pp.92-99

  • Teaching Latin in America: some recent developments. D. H. Kelly. pp. 100-109

  • How to Read a Bit of Latin. D. West. pp. 110-114

  • An experimental first-year University Latin course. J. C. Davies and J. H. Molyneux. pp. 115-119

  • New attempts by old methods. J. G. Landels. pp. 120-128

  • Latin with a modern language at Cambridge: a new course. L. P. Wilkinson. pp.129-133

  • Towards the teaching of classical civilisation. A. Kilgour. pp. 134-142

  • CSE classical studies and the East Midlands Regional Examinations Board. L. F. Vhurchill. pp. 143-151

  • CSE classical studies and the Cambridge School Classics Project. M. Forrest. pp. 152-158

  • Two strands of Greek influence in architecture. B. Allsopp. pp. 159-167

  • Teaching the classical languages: towards a theory - 1. J. Wilkins. pp.168-197

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