Every Subject Has Its Own Trivium

Published February 1, 1998
Every Subject Has Its Own Trivium
Grammar Logic Rhetoric
Learning Mode Memorization Probing Q/A Papers, case studies, projects
Language Vocabulary, rules of grammar Reading, writing Composition, exposition
Mathematics Numbers, facts, operators Worked examples, story problems Creative solutions to problems
History Dates, events Causes, consequences Insight into events
Science Facts, discoveries, terminology Scientific method/design of experiments Application, original research
Medicine Anatomy, medication, terminology Diagnosis, treatment Independent assessment
Law Legal rules, precedents, terminology Understanding legal reasoning and processes Trial preparation, in- court arguments