New Millennium. New Latin Approach.
This new Latin program, featuring the latest in scholarship and pedagogy, is designed with both high school and college students in mind. Written by world-renowned Latinists, Milena Minkova and Terence Tunberg, this program includes a special oral activity feature in each chapter. Under the supervision of the program's editors, LeaAnn Osburn and Donald Sprague, Latin for the New Millennium has been carefully vetted by seasoned teachers who piloted the curriculum or evaluated the texts.
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The Fusion Approach to Learning
These three volumes provide a fusion approach to Latin combining the best practices of the reading method, the traditional grammar approach, and a cumulative vocabulary foundation that will ensure a smooth transition to upper-level literature courses.
Introductory Latin Adopted at All Levels
Thousands of students are already learning first- and second-year Latin with LNM
at the junior high, high school, and university levels, as well as at home.
- Fusion of learning through the integration of grammar and reading methods
- Most comprehensive survey of Latin literature in a beginning program
- Latin readings harvest a rich 2,500 year tradition of intellectual history
- Culture and history seamlessly interwoven with authenic Latin readings
- Conversational Latin exercises presenting everyday expressions
- Essays by university scholars connect ancient and modern worlds
Join hundreds of other junior high, high school, university teachers, and homeschool parents who have chosen to adopt LNM. Click here to learn how you can adopt this innovative Latin program for your school and students.
The LNM Difference
- Instructional Innovation
- Online Resources
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Why Post-Antique Latin: An Essay
How Should We Teach the full legacy of Latin Literature?
Latin teaching in the new millennium should take full account of the fact that Latin literature is a phenomenon spanning the millennia.
Frequently Asked Questions
Simple Answers to Complex Questions
Have all of your questions answered about post-Classical Latin, oral Latin, pacing, support for teachers, Enrichment materials, and more.
Milena Minkova, Terence Tunberg, and a Cadre of Latin Teachers
It took a legion of authors, pilot teachers, consultants, and editors to create an entirely new method of teaching Latin. Meet the people behind LNM.