Each class is 2 hours. Each session is 8 classes (total of 16 hours)
We develop these reading, writing, and critical thinking skills through the study of classical and contemporary great books in their historical contexts. We do so by removing the artificial divide between literature and history. An interdisciplinary approach helps students understand the deeper underpinnings of civilizations, instead of simply memorizing isolated dates and events.
Level 10 students return to deeply explore literature about the Middle Ages, including texts such as The Canterbury Tales and Sir Gawain and The Green Knight. Students newer to L.A.M.P. will likely meet these texts for the first time, and depending on assessment, they will be assigned lots of reading to catch up before the first session. This level emphasizes:
There is maximum of 6 students per cohort (6:1 student-to-teacher ratio) to ensure personal attention.