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    any more DVDs planned?

    Wondering if there were any more DVDs planned like the Iliad/Odyssey?
    Thank you!

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    Re: any more DVDs planned?

    Originally posted by Mama2Two View Post
    Wondering if there were any more DVDs planned like the Iliad/Odyssey?
    Thank you!
    Do you mean more DVDs for classical literature? If so, we currently have DVDs for The Aeneid and for our programs on three of Ancient Greece's great playwrights: Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides. Upcoming are DVDs for The Divine Comedy.

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      Re: any more DVDs planned?

      Originally posted by Michael View Post
      Do you mean more DVDs for classical literature? If so, we currently have DVDs for The Aeneid and for our programs on three of Ancient Greece's great playwrights: Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides. Upcoming are DVDs for The Divine Comedy.
      Thank you! I was also hoping you were going to do some for some of the other Classical Studies, like the Mills books

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        Re: any more DVDs planned?

        Originally posted by Mama2Two View Post
        Thank you! I was also hoping you were going to do some for some of the other Classical Studies, like the Mills books
        With Classical Studies DVDs, our focus is on producing DVDs for the more-difficult primary texts, like the Iliad, where the student can really use some additional guidance. Thus, we did the Aeneid (9th Grade CS) and Greek Tragedies (10th Grade CS), and will continue to add DVDs as needed for new upper-level Classical Studies courses. We don't plan to produce DVDs for middle-school level courses where the student is using a textbook like those by Mills.

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          Re: any more DVDs planned?

          Originally posted by Michael View Post
          With Classical Studies DVDs, our focus is on producing DVDs for the more-difficult primary texts, like the Iliad, where the student can really use some additional guidance. Thus, we did the Aeneid (9th Grade CS) and Greek Tragedies (10th Grade CS), and will continue to add DVDs as needed for new upper-level Classical Studies courses. We don't plan to produce DVDs for middle-school level courses where the student is using a textbook like those by Mills.
          Thank you!

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