Mueller's Caesar Vocabulary Program for MAC/PC
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This implementation of eyeVocab's Latin covers those 218 vocabulary words that occur eight times or more in Hans Friedrich Mueller's Caesar: Selections from his Commentarii De Bello Gallico.
Far more than a set of electronic flashcards, the multimodal vocabulary program facilitates a significantly deeper learning and retention. Students will readily master the frequent Caesar vocabulary for the AP® Latin Exam and thereby devote far more of their study time and energy to reading and discussing the Caesar Selections.
eyeVocab's leverages memory for graphically distinctive and emotionally affective images with narrative implications, presented in isolation and combined with phonologically emphasized sound, to establish long term declarative knowledge of the vocabulary presented.
eyeVocab's has provided impressive results in Latin, Arabic, Spanish and Mandarin at the middle school, high school, and university levels, including university intensive courses in Latin and Arabic as well as Arabic intensive courses funded by the US State Department. These results far exceed those attained employing all other methods of vocabulary learning.
The basis of the power of this method: eyeVocab Essential Principles.
For more information see: eyeVocab and Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition
Note: This download will provide links to both Windows and Mac versions of the software, documentation, and a license. Linux is not yet supported. The program runs on laptops and desktops, but not on handheld devices or netbooks.
Site licenses for school classrooms and language labs are also available.
- powerful images drawn from art, both western and eastern, through the ages, from photojournalism and historical photography, from great book illustrations, and from other sources
- each vocabulary word is carefully articulated with macrons in the classical pronunciation
- multisensory program draws on visual, auditory, and tactile learning as well as subvocalizing that collectively hardwire the new vocabulary in student's long-term memory
- for use in the classroom, language lab, or at home
NB: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers is pleased to help distribute this remarkable program. All technical questions and concerns, however, should be directed to eyeVocab's Miles Becker at sales@eyeVocab.com.