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A Caesar Workbook Teacher's Manual
 

A Caesar Workbook Teacher’s Manual is a valuable resource for veteran and novice teacher alike. This all-in-one teacher’s manual includes the complete student workbook and provides answers directly following each question. The manual also includes a set of analytical essays that pair passages from Vergil’s Aeneid and Caesar’s De bello Gallico as well as paired passages from the De bello Gallico.

 
 

A Catullus Workbook
 

Latin Literature Workbook Series: These workbooks are a teacher’s dream—providing all the activities and exercises needed to reinforce the careful reading of classical authors in the original. Sets of exercises engage students with the text and lead them to a heightened understanding of the literary, thematic, poetic, and rhetorical accomplishments of the work.

 
 

A Catullus Workbook: Teacher's Manual
 

Teachers and students enjoy the sophisticated poems of Catullus. A Catullus Workbook Teacher’s Manual, the complement to A Catullus Workbook, has been designed and written by two master teachers to assist their colleagues as they maximize their students’ appreciation of the elegance and intricacy of Catullus’ poetry.

 
 

A Cicero Reader: Selections from Five Essays and Four Speeches, with Five Letters
 

This Latin reader offers 14 selections from the works of Marcus Tullius Cicero, orator, statesman, philosopher, and man of letters, who lived (106-43 BCE) during the final generations of the Roman Republic. Passages have been selected from Cicero's orations, his rhetorical and philosophical writings, and his letters. Each of the passages (which vary in length from 25 to 60 lines) has a detailed commentary, explicating grammatical, syntactical, and historical points of interest.

 
 

A Cicero Workbook
 

Latin Literature Workbook Series: These workbooks are a teacher’s dream—providing all the activities and exercises needed to reinforce the careful reading of classical authors in the original. Sets of exercises engage students with the text and lead them to a heightened understanding of the literary, thematic, poetic, and rhetorical accomplishments of the work.

 
 

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