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  1. 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
  2. Time Left: 8 days and 9 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

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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

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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

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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

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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

  7. 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.
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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

  9. 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!
  10. 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?
  11. 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
  12. [ETA: I have posted this to my blog after editing it and putting it in more logical order. You are better off reading it there. :001_smile:] I have promoted several times on the board that Latin instruction in the grammar years doesn't require a program. I finally typed up a list of resources and methods: I am influenced heavily by this Memoria Press article: Four Principles of Latin Instruction In short, I think that the best use of time allotted to Latin in the K-6 years is to memorize all of the basic information that will need to be learned in a high school program (Henle, Wh
  13. What do I need to buy for Cambridge latin, text books, teacher books, e-learning resource, audio CD, self teaching guides.....agggghhhhh..... Anyone help here? Thank you Willow.
  14. Hey Everyone, I'm wondering if anyone has had good or bad experience with this series? Also, did you do it with just your family or in a group. Thanks! Carrie:-)
  15. JMHO mind you... Song School Latin is the new K-2 Introductory Latin program from Classical Academic Press, the creators of Latin for Children. I only purchased the student workbook which comes with an audio CD. I decided not to get the Teacher's Manual. The Audio CD is recorded in both Classical and the Ecclesiastical pronunciations and there are 30 songs (30 in each pronunciation that is). Each new lesson uses one or two new songs from the CD. Most of the songs are to familiar tunes like "My Bonnie lies over the Ocean". The lessons are set up with new vocabulary(5 words pe
  16. Has anyone tried starting Cambridge Latin or Oerberg's Lingua Latina with children in early elementary, i.e., in the 5 to 7 year old age range? I'm not looking for theoretical opinions -- just feedback from people who've actually done this. I seem to recall reading posts from a few of them. If you've started children at this age with another Latin curriculum that was originally written for middle/high school students (Galore Park, Henle, an old grammar, etc.), I'd be interested in hearing about this, too. Thank you. :)
  17. I found this interesting site that tries to capture some of the sense of Foster's Latin classes. (Without of course the Italian coffee or pizza by the kilo). It does have some very clear explanations of Latin grammar. (Server has been busy a lot lately. Must be time to buy more stuff from Peace Hill Press so they can upgrade.):lol:
  18. i was going to start but need a little help with scheduling, went throught the book last need just need to see what others are doing or did and what works best. so any examples please share. and are the lessons 1 a week? feeling nervous :confused: thanks you so much in advance
  19. Here I thought I had made up my mind and then I go and get myself all confused again. :D My oldest has done both LL Big Book 1 and Minimus (both books) and has done them mostly independently. I dropped out of LL around chapter 12 and haven't been of any help since. I need something she can do independently as much as possible and she prefers the reading approach now that she has done both. I know the readers are more interesting in Cambridge and I have heard that the grammar is easier to understand in Ecce Romani (ER). Given my grammar weakness I was going to use ER. Not that my d
  20. Here I thought I had made up my mind and then I go and get myself all confused again. :D My oldest has done both LL Big Book 1 and Minimus (both books) and has done them mostly independently. I dropped out of LL around chapter 12 and haven't been of any help since. I need something she can do independently as much as possible and she prefers the reading approach now that she has done both. I know the readers are more interesting in Cambridge and I have heard that the grammar is easier to understand in Ecce Romani (ER). Given my grammar weakness I was going to use ER. Not that my d
  21. Hello, Some for you may be familiar with my Latinum podcast. Over the summer, I have been working on an audio-visual Latin course, that is grammar intensive, yet teaches Latin through only using Latin. It is aimed at complete beginners, and would, I believe, be suitable for children, and adult students. Even quite advanced students are using it, as the course teaches through Latin, doing a lot to activate the language and re-program the brain to think in Latin, using a varied sequence of little dialog sequences. Declensions and verbs etc are examined in Latin. The course has a lot
  22. Hello, Some for you may be familiar with my Latinum podcast. Over the summer, I have been working on an audio-visual Latin course, that is grammar intensive, yet teaches Latin through only using Latin. It is aimed at complete beginners, and would, I believe, be suitable for children, and adult students. Even quite advanced students are using it, as the course teaches through Latin, doing a lot to activate the language and re-program the brain to think in Latin, using a varied sequence of little dialog sequences. Declensions and verbs etc are examined in Latin. The course has a lot
  23. I had ruled using LL 2 out because it wasn't finished, and I though it would be a while yet. I am glad to see it finished but now that leaves me wondering if we shouldn't give it a try especially given how much dd loved LL 1. If you are using LL 2 how much more intense is it (pace)? I love the relaxed pace of LL1. Is it really just a year of material? Is it still easy to understand? I have gotten lost in the dust so dd is on her own and will have to ask her own questions of the author if she gets stuck. Is there still the typo issues? Heather
  24. Hello, Some for you may be familiar with my Latinum podcast. Over the summer, I have been working on an audio-visual Latin course, that is grammar intensive, yet teaches Latin through only using Latin. It is aimed at complete beginners, and would, I believe, be suitable for children, and adult students. Even quite advanced students are using it, as the course teaches through spoken Latin, doing a lot to activate the language and re-program the brain to think in Latin, using a varied sequence of little dialog sequences. Declensions and verbs etc are examined in Latin. The course ha
  25. Or, why do we, as classical educators, care so little about what modern foreign language research has to say? The classical languages are generally taught very differently than modern foreign languages. Most people in classical education see this as a distinct plus: in addition to learning Latin, we also reap a variety of ancillary benefits inherent to deductive language study. Win-win, right? But in the midst of all this brain-training grammar-translation study, do we actually learn Latin? Reading about Latin education in the 19th century - the halcyon days of proper grammar-t
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