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A Little Book of Latin Love Poetry: A Transitional Reader for Catullus, Horace, and Ovid - Teacher's Guide

The Teacher’s Guide for A Little Book of Latin Love Poetry streamlines class preparation by providing answer keys for discussion questions, exercises, and drills; and literal translations and metrical scansion for all the poems. Ideas for student projects allow the teacher access to proven classroom assessments. It’s like having an experienced colleague just down the hall! The Guide allows busy teachers to concentrate on the things that matter most: what happens in the classroom and what extra attention individual students may need to succeed.


A Vergil Workbook Teacher's Manual Second Edition

Teacher's Manual includes the complete student text followed by translations and answers, rubrics for scoring translation exercises, suggested points for essays, sample essays, and four practice multiple choice exams with answers.


A Vergil Workbook, Second Edition

This Aeneid workbook has been carefully constructed by experienced teachers for students of Vergil at both the college and high school level. The workbook contains all the required reading for the 2012–2013 AP* Latin Exam, which focuses on key passages in the epic. The passages, divided into lessons, are accompanied by a set of 5–6 exercises that enable students to improve their Latin comprehension skills, and maximize their understanding of Vergil's multilayered epic masterpiece. A set of exercises teaches how to approach a Latin sight passage.


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.


Alexander the Great

An ideal text for those who have completed two years of high school Latin, this volume makes extensive use of parallels, contrasts, and comparison in its depiction of Alexander the Great's life.


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