1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
 



Cumulative Chapter Vocabulary Lists for Wheelock's Latin: Second Edition
 

This book contains 40 cumulative vocabulary lists corresponding to the 40 chapters of Wheelock's Latin (7th Edition) that can be used as a handy resource for student study and review, and as a convenient reference tool for teachers preparing quizzes and composing Latin sentences for translation on tests and in class.

 
 

Duces Romanorum: Roman Profiles in Courage
 

This graded reader, designed for the intermediate level student, tells in chronological order stories of the people who forged the Roman world from the city's founding through the emperors. Stories of Aeneas, Scaevola, Germanicus, and more are included, all with an introduction to their historical context, vocabulary, content questions, and a pertinent motto. The subjunctive mood and other advanced grammar as well as direct quotes from Roman authors help the student prepare for reading authentic texts. A complete vocabulary appears at the end.

 
 

Duces Romanorum: Teacher's Manual
 

The teacher's manual to Duces Romanorum

 
 

Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin Sentences
 

Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin Sentences offers students a wealth of Sententiae selected and annotated to pair with each of the 40 chapters of Wheelock's Latin. In addition, 16 Loci Immutati offer readings from the Bible, St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Bonaventure, and more. Although designed to accompany Wheelock's Latin, this text is a great resource for anyone interested in reading Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin sooner. The thorough notes found in this text make reading these Latin selections possible and enjoyable for readers from any background.

 
 

Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin Sentences TG
 

This Teacher’s Guide will enrich the use of Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin Sentences. In addition to full translations, the commentary provides background for teachers, refined vocabulary definitions, comments on morphology, grammar help referencing Gildersleeve’s Latin Grammar, and suggested in-class questions.

 
 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10