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To Be A Roman: Topics in Roman Culture: Teacher's Guide
 

To Be A Roman Teacher's Guide is designed as an aid to busy teachers using the popular To Be A Roman, a cultural enhancement to Latin language courses. This Teacher's Guide is everything teachers need for rapid grading of homework or to conduct in-class oral quizzes.

 
 

Word Mastery through Derivatives Designed for Students of Latin
 

This workbook is specifically constructed for students studying Latin. Veteran teacher Elizabeth Heimbach organizes English derivatives by topic—two chapters devoted to affixes, twelve chapters presenting special topics like mythology, and eleven chapters featuring grammar-related derivatives like prepositions and deponent verb derivatives. A student-friendly and engaging narrative presents derivatives and demonstrates the symbiotic relationship between Latin and English. The text provides students the skills and practice to apply word-building analysis to their study of both Latin vocabulary and English derivatives.

 
 

Word Mastery through Derivatives TM
 

Master teacher Elizabeth Heimbach has developed an indispensable resource for the busy novice or veteran Latin teacher. She provides comprehensive answers to all the questions in the student workbook. Recognizing that practice is key to mastery, the Teacher’s Manual includes two quizzes for each chapter. To assist teachers who need to track student learning, three sets of diagnostic and post-study tests help document student progress.

 
 

World Dictionary of Foreign Expressions : A Resource for Readers and Writers
 

The World Dictionary of Foreign Expressions is an excellent resource for those who encounter the foreign words and phrases that permeate spoken and written English and seek a fuller understanding of them. It contains abbreviations, single words, and phrases from a wealth of languages including: Afrikaans, Arabic, Aramaic, Chinese, Dutch, French, Greek, German, Italian, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Hindi, Inuit, Japanese, Latin, Persian, Portuguese, Provencal, Russian, Sanskrit, Spanish, Turkish, and Yiddish.

 
 

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