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  1. 14yo ds will be starting 9th grade in the fall (in B&M school). He loved learning Latin with Ecce Romani 1 over the past two years and is interested in a way to continue learning Latin as an extracurricular. Any suggestions about online courses, tutors, or self-study tips? Thanks so much for any advice.
  2. Time Left: 6 days and 2 hours

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    Description SHIPPING IS NOT INCLUDED IN PRICES. Smoke free home. PayPal vendor preferred. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks! Latin: Wheelock's Latin. 6th edition. Very good condition. $5 Wheelock's Latin Grammar. 4th Revised. This is a standalone book of exercises for various grammar topics. Has answers in back. Like new, but pages have some yellowing. $5. First Form Latin Teacher Manual and Answer Key Set. $15. I will also include the partial test set I have left. We never used a Student Book. You would need to add the workbook. Used. Second Form Latin Set. New. TE, Answers, Quizzes & Tests, Pronunciation CD and Student Workbook. (The student text is reprinted in the TE, so isn't strictly necessary). $40 Minimus Secondus. Good condition. $7 Math & Science: Dolciani Algebra Structure and Method Set. 1975. Textbook and softcover answer key. Good condition, some marking on inside. $10 Saxon Algebra 2 second edition student text and solutions. Includes a print out of the homework problem lesson reference. Used with some edge fraying. Solid spine and clean inside. $25 for set. Oak Meadow Integrated Health and Fitness. TE, Student book $50. Textbook also available for the cost of shipping. Memoria Press Prentice Hall (Smith) Algebra 2 set. Text, Solutions, TE, Quizzes and Test with key. $75 Holt Geometry Burger with Teacher One Stop. Student edition is used with some marker writing inside the cover. $75 (I have other components in storage. Please inquire if interested). Zumdahl World of Chemistry set 1st edition. TE and Student text. $20. Sullivan Precalculus 4th edition PreCalculus with Solutions. (Book for Derek Owen's course). Dinged edges and corners, otherwise good used. $50. Larson PreCalculus with Limits with Limits and Solution Manual. Some pencil writing inside. Works with Chalkdust-type videos and can be lined up with the Larson website. Larson Calculus of Single Variable 8th edition. $5. Language Arts IEW Windows to the World Literary Analysis. TE. Good used condition. $10. I have two copies of the student book, both with some writing, that I will include for the cost of shipping. The teacher needs a Student copy to know what the student book says, it isn't reprinted in the TE. Lightning Lit Early American Set. Student Book, TE, and 4 novels; Ben Franklin, Moby Dick, Scarlet Letter and Frederick Douglass. I've taught with these for two different co-op classes, so the covers and spine show some wear, and there are a few notes in margins and such. $25 set. Lightning Lit Mid-Late American Set. Student Book, TE, and 3 of the 4 novels; Red Badge of Courage, Huck Finn, Call of the Wild (these are very used paperback novels). I've taught with these for two different co-op classes, so the covers and spine show some wear, and there are a few notes in margins and such. $20 set. Misc So You Really Want to Learn French. Book One Student and Answers. $8. Soft covers in very good condition. ADD ON ITEMS- Already buying something? Add these on. Just want one of these? Add a dollar to the price (plus shipping). Warriner's English Grammar and Compositon. 3rd Course (9th grade) Student Books. $2 each. I have one from 1997 and one from 1982. I used these for a co-op class. Some of the Catholic providers have answer keys relatively inexpensively. Lively Art of Writing. I have three of these (co-op class). $1 each. There is a free workbook/ answer file linked from WTM forums.

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  3. My eldest daughter, 9th grade, is taking an amazing Latin III course through an online provider. I am looking at resources to help her as this class is also very demanding. She can translate much of her work but doesn't fully understand the constructions. Does anyone have ideas? Wheelock was covered in Latin I and II during middle school so everything Wheelock covers is assumed knowledge. Perhaps she just needs to review? The professor would like the students to explain the syntactic rationale behind the words and not just parsing. Knowing a word is accusative isn't enough; they need to know i
  4. Time Left: 11 days and 6 hours

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    Memoria Press Latin Complete set for 2 students. 2 unused Activity books, 2 used teacher manuals, instructional DVD, 2 audio CDs.

    $50.00

    Muncie, Indiana - US

  5. Time Left: 11 days and 6 hours

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    Memoria Press Latin set. 2 copies each of new unused student activity books and used teacher manuals with notes and 2 like new CDs. Each set for $20.

    $20.00

    Muncie, Indiana - US

  6. Time Left: 11 days and 6 hours

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    Full First Form Latin set for 2 students including 2 UNused workbooks and teacher manual and answer key, plus Second Form Latin student textbook and teacher manual. by Memoria Press. Great condition.

    $60.00

    Muncie, Indiana - US

  7. Time Left: 11 days and 6 hours

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    Memoria Press Latin used set Includes: 2 student texts, teacher manual, instructional DVD, Teacher answer key, 2 partially used workbooks, one unused workbook in sheet protectors that are reusable. Used workbooks include several workbook pages that are unused for every lesson and most of Unit 4 and all of Unit 5 are unused pages.

    $60.00

    Muncie, Indiana - US

  8. Time Left: 3 days and 13 minutes

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    Henle Latin Grammar (used for all four years of Henle Latin) and Henle First Year Latin Answer Key--together $11 + shipping Nonsmoking, pet-free home.

    $11.00

    , Utah

  9. Hoping to get some responses in this forum: am looking for prep materials for next year's National Roman Culture Exam. https://www.njcl.org/Online-Exams/National-Roman-Civilization If any of you have tips, websites, recommended books for prep, I would be extremely grateful. My DS has taken the exam in the past after watching the Great Courses videos on Roman culture. I am wondering if any of your kids have taken this exam and what materials they used to study for it. Thanks.
  10. Time Left: 12 days and 9 hours

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    Shipping to be paid buy buyer. Wheelock's Latin 6th Edition Revised Workbook for Wheelock's Latin Scribblers, Sculptors, and Scones English Grammar for Students of Latin 38 Latin Stories All books are used but in great condition with no apparent writing on the pages. Selling as a bundle for $21 plus shipping of your choice. APO and International addresses OK.

    $21.00

  11. Hi, Does anyone have experience with the Junior Classical League? We are trying to start up a homeschool JCL in our area. I'm looking for ideas and inspiration! There doesn't seem to be much on their website about how to run a successful JCL. I thought it would be helpful to get some ideas on what others have done. Thanks in advance for your help!
  12. I'm defining Latin success as the ability to read unaltered Latin. So you don't have to have hit AP Latin levels or anything - just that you or your student can now pick up a Latin text and read it with understanding. How have actual people managed to achieve the ability to read Latin?
  13. I have a child that will be entering Challenge A in the fall of 2018. It's new to our campus, so all uncharted territory. I have some questions, but would like to ask them anonymously (hence, why I'm asking here, instead of my CC group). 1- I have read online that some families choose to opt out of Latin. If we choose to do this, how exactly do you opt out? For example, if your Challenge A student is on campus one day a week from 9:00-3:30, how do they omit one subject? I can see how this would be possible if Latin was offered at the very end of the day, then you could just pick your chil
  14. I have a 1990 Prentice Hall textbook of Jenney's First Year Latin. Can I use it by itself? I see I can buy a workbook as well from Pearson, but I would need answer guides, as I don't know Latin well. Should I just get rid of it and try a different Latin? This would be for in a few years. I'm guessing this is a high school textbook? We have MP's Latina Christiana 1 to do first. Would this book repeat much of that, or would it make Jenney's easier to do if we did MP's LC1 first? Bottom line: I'm not sure if I should try to use it or just get rid of it and try something else. Thanks for y
  15. Hello hive.... We are starting Latin this year, with my 11 and 15 year olds. I was going to go with Visual Latin because I do like the hands off approach! However, I do prefer classical pronunciation. Is there something I could teach daily in 5-10 minutes at morning time that would be a good intro to Latin for two absolute beginners? (I took Latin in highschool and have a facility for languages, but I'd rather have something that is more open and go....without too much self teaching.) Is this a unicorn or is there anything that would fit? Thanks in advance!
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  17. In TWTM, Susan Bauer talks about making sure your Latin program is parts to whole. The Latin for Children curriculum from Classical Academic Press has advertised on their website that they are "The Well Trained Mind" recommended, but I don't see Latin for Children as a Latin recommendation in TWTM book. Does anyone know if Latin for Children is parts to whole teaching? Also, Classical Academic Press says Latin for Children Primer A, 4th grade. Do you think this program will be too frustrating for your average 3rd grader? Thanks! Rachael Oren
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  19. We are ready to purchase a dictionary and would like one that has Latin roots for our work in Latin for Children. Suggestions?
  20. Hello, newly learning about and transitioning to classical methods with TWTM4. I have a hardcover small copy (same one I used in school) of Ecce Romani! I and II combined, which is a whole-to-parts method book. I happen to have loved it, but I was also a person who absorbed languages effortlessly, and was able to jump into the latter half of 2nd-year Latin in high school, without any prior Latin, without any trouble...in fact, won some awards in academic competitions. But my DD12 HATES the book, finds it hard to use. After reading TWTM4, and reading about whole-to-parts versus parts-to
  21. We are far from there yet, but I was curious about the differences between these two tests. Is one more complex, looked at more favorably, contain different information? With the hassles I hear about trying to schedule an AP Latin Exam currently, I am concerned with how the difficulty may increase in the next 5 to 6 years. I thought the SAT II was supposed to cover high school Latin while the AP was supposed to cover the first year or two of college Latin. When I read the descriptions on the websites about what would be covered, however, I did not see much difference in material. Anyone
  22. Just after Y2K, there was a developing Latin Centered movement that predated the book Latin Centered Curriculum; Memoria Press was in its infancy. Some of that movement fizzled after the publication of the book LCC. Those that were not defined by the book were left without the very label they had created. I know I felt like I had no other choice but to drop my signature, that I had been using before the book was even written, never mind published, when it was used so extensively in the book. My youngest graduated. His education was more Greek focused than Latin, anyway. I moved onto tutori
  23. Hello, I am having trouble opening the Galore Park website, but I watched a few youtube videos by the author, including Book 1, Lesson 1--and really liked it! Truthfully, he hit a few points straight-up that my 3rd grader has been struggling with in Latina Christiana--so...would anyone care to share experience with Galore Park? Also, if there is anyone familiar with GP and MP, I would love your opinion on pros and cons of each. Thanks Edited to Add: this morning I tried again and could open the page; it must have been down for maintenance. It looks like Latin Prep is no longer for sale ne
  24. We completed Prima Latina and part of LC1 a few years ago. Since we moved interstate, Latin studies fell by the wayside, but I wanted to pick them up again this year, planning to move through LC1, 1st and 2nd Form over the next couple of years. However, my 16 year old may now be headed for a Catholic college next year. This now gives me 15 weeks to get back into Latin and fit in as much as we can! I'd like at least to give her a basic understanding of Latin, without pushing too hard. in our 15 weeks, would you do LC1 or First Form? I'm thinking we are more likely to complete LC1, but wonde
  25. Hello all, I have written a study guide to all the lessons (1-32) in Henle Second Year Latin. It has detailed guidance to the syntax of the lessons and exercises; supplementary explanations about various topics (the gerundive, the subjunctive, helps for reading Latin, pronunciation and accent placement, why we study Caesar); extra background information for the short readings and sayings; references to the relevant items in the Henle Grammar; nine exams on the lessons, one exam on pronunciation, and exam answer key. (A companion guide to the readings from the Gallic War -- and the Christian
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