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Level 2 Textbook: Table of Contents
See what's included in the LNM Level 2 Student Textbook's 15 chapters, five review units, grammar, readings, 10 additional unadapted classical Latin readings from Cornelius Nepos's Life of Atticus, plus appendices, glossary, and maps.

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Level 2 Textbook: Foreword and Preface
Master Latin teacher, Dawn LaFon, of White Station High School in Memphis, Tennessee, explains what is both new and useful in LNM Level 2. The Preface defines what to expect with chapter and review components in Level 2 along with a preview of components for the ten unadapted readings from Cornelius Nepos's Life of Atticus.

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Level 2 Textbook: Chapters 1–3
Explore the complete first unit of the Level 2 Student Textbook. Readings include Bede, Einhard, and Heloise. Grammar includes first conjugation verbs: present active and passive subjunctive; place where, place to which, and place from which with the names of towns; imperfect active and passive subjunctive of all conjugations; purpose clauses; sequence of tenses. Additional readings are also included along with supporting exercises.

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Level 2 Textbook: Chapter 8
See how irregular comparatives and superlatives; quam with the superlative of adjectives and adverbs; and deponent verbs are printed. Read the elegant classical Latin prose of Valla as he praises the value of the Latin language. Understand Valla's allusion by reading a second adapted passage—Livy's narrative of the looting of Rome by the Gauls in 390 BCE (Ab urbe conditā 5.41). Engage in a Latin conversation among modern students. Read some unadapted classical Latin about Atticus and his uncle.

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Level 2 Textbook: Chapter 12
Sepúlveda's writings about Columbus's journey to the New World introduce students to the important subordinate clauses—temporal, causal, and concessive clauses as well as conditional statements. A map of Columbus's four journeys provides geographical context. Nine exercises require practice with the grammar concepts. Engage in a Latin conversation among modern students. Read some unadapted classical Latin about Atticus and the Civil War.

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Level 2 Textbook: Review Unit 1
Review the "Vocabulary to Know," the grammar exercises, and the myth-related Latin passage from Level 2, Chapters 1–3. Read the culture essays, "Considering the Heroes of Classical Mythology: Perseus, Heracles, Theseus, and Jason" and "Connecting with the Post-Ancient World: The Orders of Medieval Society,"as well as the scholarly essay, "Exploring Tragic Love Stories Through the Ages" by Professor Lorina Quartarone of the University of Saint Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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Level 2 Textbook: Cornelius Nepos's Life of Atticus Reading
LNM Level 2 includes 10 additional, unadapted classical Latin readings from Cornelius Nepos's Life of Atticus. The first sample reading is "The People over Fortune" from the Life of Atticus, 9.3–6, The reading is followed by vocabulary, reading notes, comprehension questions, and a set of exercises.

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Level 2 Textbook: Teacher's Manual, Front Matter
The first 35 pages of the Teacher's Manual for Level 2 includes: a summary of chapter, course, and review components; resource list; contents, foreword, preface, author and consultants list, and introduction from the student textbook; teacher tips and maps.

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Level 2 Textbook: Teacher's Manual, Chapter 1
The Teacher's Manual for Level 2 follows the same format as that for Level 1. Chapter 1 of the Level 2 Teacher's Manual translations, teaching tips, background notes, and other helpful information, answers to the exercises, four sets of optional oral exercises, and English derivatives materials.

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Level 2 Workbook: Chapter 7
Review six (including an English derivatives exercise) sets of additional exercises, an adapted Latin reading about Cicero's death plus a set of reading comprehension questions that support Level 2, Chapter 7. Students are provided a brief essay in English about the hostility between Cicero and Mark Antony.

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Level 2 Workbook: Teacher's Manual, Chapter 1
This PDF contains all of the Student Workbook questions for Level 2, Chapter 1, plus the answers.

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Level 2 Enrichment Text: Mythology
The Clay-Footed SuperHeroes
Designed for students unfamiliar with the classical world, The Clay-footed SuperHeroes provides a very accessible introduction to the superheroes of classical mythology including such luminaries as Jason, Theseus, Heracles, Odysseus, and Aeneas. Student and general readers alike will enjoy Williams' wry sense of humor and her appreciation for the improbable. This book is an excellent text of manageable size and complexity for students beginning their study of literature, the humanities, or Latin and Greek.

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Level 2 Enrichment Text: History
From Rome to Reformation
Rose Williams skillfully leads the reader through the maze of power plays and the gradual rise of sovereign states that followed the collapse of the Roman Empire. Readers will appreciate Williams's engaging style and her ability to synthesize succinctly this busy period of history. Recognizing the symbiotic relationship between literature and the era in which it was produced, From Rome to Reformation: Early European History for the New Millennium provides a comprehensive overview of the interconnecting historical events, literary figures, and intellectual developments in European history and its Latin literature.

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