Numbered by Weekly Word List, these flash cards cover all the vocabulary in the Latin Primer 2 text. With the Latin word on one side and the English translation on the other, these cards are ideal for studying and memorizing vocabulary. 493 cards. Requires cutting. Supplemental.
Over half of the English language is derived from Latin<|><|>aquarium—aqua, water<|><|>fable—fabula, story<|><|>clamor—clamo, I shout<|><|>dolphin—delphinus, dolphin<|><|>narrator—narro, I tell<|><|>These and thousands of other words we use every day keep this 'dead' language—a language of kings and poets, of scrolls and secrets—alive. And this means that when we study Latin, we're not just learning about Rome— we're learning about ourselves. Rediscover this time-honored language, which led classical education pioneer Dorothy Sayers to declare that 'Latin should be begun as early as possible ... when the chanting of 'Amo, amas, amat' is as ritually agreeable to the feelings as the chanting of 'eeny, meeny, miney, moe.'<| ... more
In Spanish 1, students learn to communicate comfortably at an intermediate level with Spanish-speaking people in a variety of setting: a store, a bank, an airport, a hotel, a doctor's office, an auto shop, and on the mission field. Grammar, pronunciation, writing, listening, verb tenses, and moods are emphasized in a variety of exercises and Spanish dialogues
Word lists for each lesson and combined with audio pronunciation of each word. Your student will learn the vocabulary both by seeing the word and thinking of the translation and by having to type the translation in English and back into Latin.
Latin's a big language, and it can often be extremely helpful to have additional review exercises on hand. Created at the request of parents, these games, puzzles, and worksheets are a fun supplement to the exercises found in the Matin Latin I student text.<|><|>The packet now comes on disc, allowing teachers to print off as many copies of the student worksheets as necessary. Easy to store, easy to print, easy to use. Includes 26 student worksheets and teacher answer keys.
Learning to understand Latin can be hard enough, let alone trying to speak it.<|><|>Read by Mackenzie Miller with Jessica Blakey and Chelsea Jones, this audio guide covers the vocabulary and chants from the fourth edition of Latin Primer 2. This all-new edition introduces a 'student' voice, providing your students with the chance to check their answers while they listen to the CD. Also added are bonus word stories (not included in the textbook) that are designed to strengthen vocabulary knowledge.<|><|>Although supplemental, this audio guide is an invaluable resource for parents and teachers who want their students to learn classical Latin pronunciation.
This introductory Latin course was developed for young children who are still becoming familiar with English grammar and wish to learn Latin at a slower pace. The program provides 25 lessons, each including a grammar skill, five vocabulary words with corresponding English derivative, a practical Latin phrase, and one line of a prayer that is learned in totality over five lessons. The exercises that accompany each lesson are thorough and provide constant review of materials learned throughout the course. After each five lessons, a review chapter summarizes the material covers and provides a keyed test to insure mastery. With grammar lessons appropriate for primary grades and an easy to read two color format, Prima Latina ... more
A beginner course for all ages, but designed for students as young as the 3rd grade. Each lesson consists of ten vocabulary words, grammar forms, and a Latin saying. Exercises reinforce memory work, teach systematic grammar, and provide simple translation. By the end of the complete course, students will have learned all five declensions, some model principal parts for all four conjugations, three tenses, and more. This course is designed for the parent with no background in Latin. Includes a student book, teacher"s manual with answer key, and a pronunciation tape.