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.Lumina: Latin for the New Millennium, Level 2, Individual User

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Lumina Latin for the New Millennium was developed by Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers based on the material and exercises in the Latin for the New Millennium Level 2 textbook. The interactive guided Language Fact sections provide immediate feedback to students as they preview or review each chapter of Latin for the New Millennium Level 2. Mouse-over vocabulary lists allow a new format for vocabulary mastery. Infinitely replayable crossword puzzles engage students in derivative work. Automatically graded quizzes free up student-teacher interaction time for translation, oral/aural work, discussion, and other learning.


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 Caesar Reader: Selections from Bellum Gallicum and Bellum Civile, and from Caesar's Letters, Speeches, and Poetry

A mature but accessible Latin, a narrative brimming with historical significance and fascination: these were once touted as obvious advantages of reading Caesar's Bellum Gallicum. A change in sensibilities, however, read Rome’s brutal invasion and conquest of northern Europe as problematic, if not disturbing. But questions about the validity of Rome’s actions—and of Caesar's, especially in his later Bellum Civile—are precisely what make these commentaries compelling to read and to discuss. Additional selections from Caesar's letters, speeches, and poetry offer fresh perspectives on his stylistic versatility. Tatum’s commentary guides readers through it all, pointing up Caesar's significance as a representative of his age, culture, and class, while not skirting issues raised by the "intriguingly unsimple mentality" that gave us these works.


A Caesar Workbook

A Caesar Workbook is the latest title in the Latin Literature Workbook Series. It provides all the activities and exercises needed to reinforce the careful reading of classical authors in the original Latin. Sets of exercises geared to the AP* exam engage students directly with the Latin text and lead them to a heightened understanding of Caesar’s De Bello Gallico.


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