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Latin for the New Millennium Workbook Level 2 TM, 2nd Ed
 

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The Second Edition workbook teacher's manual includes the answers for exercise 2, the English derivative exercise for each chapter, and translations for the new Latin readings from the women writers Hildegard von Bingen and Anna Maria van Schurman.

 
 

.Lumina: Latin for the New Millennium, Level 2, Classroom
 

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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.

 
 

.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.

 
 

The Clay-footed SuperHeroes: Mythology Tales for the New Millennium
 

Designed for students unfamiliar with the classical world, The Clay-footed SuperHeroes provides a very accessible introduction to the SuperHeroes of classical mythology including such luminaries as Jason, Theseus, Heracles, Odysseus, and Aeneas. Student and general reader alike will enjoy Williams' wry sense of humor and her appreciation for the improbable. This book is an excellent text of manageable size and complexity for students beginning their study of literature, the humanities, or Latin and Greek. General readers will be pleased to acquire the foundation necessary to understand these stories which have so influenced art and literature through the ages.

 
 

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