Greta Posted June 23, 2009 Share Posted June 23, 2009 I've heard people talking about using two math curricula because they feel that math is that important. I was wondering if anyone who is really Latin-centered uses two Latin programs? We're using Latin Prep, and dd really likes it and does NOT want to switch. But I've been rather drawn to the "immersion" type programs that really teach Latin reading primarily, and grammar and translation only secondarily, because one of our goals (I'm learning with her) is to be able to READ Latin literature. And with her learning style, I actually think these would work quite well. So I'm thinking of adding Ecce Romani in addition to Latin Prep. Is this crazy? Would it end up being confusing rather than helpful? Should we attempt both programs side by side, or do one for a term, then the other, etc.? Has anyone attempted anything like this? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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