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A Beginning Latin Christian Reader : De Bonis Cogitationibus A Teacher's Guide

Teacher's Guide for A Beginning Latin Christian Reader.


A Beginning Latin Christian Reader: De Bonis Cogitationibus

Master Latin teacher Rose Williams has authored a beginning Latin reader that draws from the Bible and other Christian sources as well as from some ancient Roman sources. The choices all illuminate the book's central theme, drawn from Philippians —"Things which are true, things which are honest, things which are just, things which are pure, things which are lovely, things which are of good report; reflect on these things". In the fashion of a graded reader, De Bonis Cogitationibus stories are initially short but gradually grow longer and more involved as the student's skills as a Latin reader grow.


A Comprehensive Guide to Wheelock's Latin: 2nd edition

This study guide is designed to accompany the seventh edition of the Wheelock's Latin textbook, but can also be used as a review of beginning Latin.


A Latin Picture Dictionary for Everyone: Lingua Latina Depicta

Designed for Latin students, A Latin Picture Dictionary for Everyone asks the learner to make a ready connection between an image and its corresponding Latin word. Illustrated exercises provide an opportunity for students to practice with and internalize the Latin vocabulary.


Aesop's Fables in Latin: Ancient Wit and Wisdom from the Animal Kingdom

This intermediate Latin reader allows students to review grammar and syntax and increase their knowledge of Latin prose style while they read eighty Aesop's fables in Latin prose, taken from the seventeenth-century edition illustrated by Francis Barlow. These Latin prose fables are ideal for Latin language students: simple, short, witty, and to-the-point, with a memorable moral lesson that provides a jumping-off point for discussion. Forty original black-and-white Barlow illustrations and 129 pertinent Latin proverbs are featured, spurs for classroom discussion. Selected fables include many that have become proverbial, such as "The Tortoise and The Hare"? and "The Dog in the Manger,"? along with lesser known fables.


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