This category contains material related to the teaching and learning of Latin.
Resources for Wheelock's Latin and for other Latin collaborative self-study groups.
A simple Latin course for beginners.
Quizzes and teaching resources, audio Latin sources, links to online teaching materials, entry-level reading texts, pronunciation guides, and ways to contact and network with other Latin teachers.
Information about Prof. Lawall's classes at the University of Massachusetts, as well as about the Ecce Romani series, the Ecce Romani Newsletter, the New England Latin Placement Service, CANE Instructional Materials, and the MAT Program in Latin and Classical Humanities.
A helpful set of explanations and exercises for students using the popular Wheelock introductory grammar book.
An interactive workbook of exercises, drills, and review for learning Latin. Emphasizes reading and conversation as a way to learn the language but still covers grammar.
Latin via the Internet with interactive activities and games. The actual lessons must be seen on satellite TV.
A Biblically-based Latin program specifically geared toward the 8-18 year old Christian homeschooler. Fora, games, sample pages, and articles available on site.
A collection of Latin links originally compiled for students taking Latin at the University of California at Sacramento.
Materials for all levels of Latin teaching and learning: acceleration readers, reading acceleration machine freeware, pedagogical reflections and related links.
Site seeking to re-install Latin as a means of international communication. Includes translations, grammar reference. [Latin, English, Russian, Ukrainian]
Offers practice in Latin vocabulary, sentence translation and reading.
Minimus the mouse lives in Roman Britain in 100 AD. He introduces young children to Latin and Roman topics in a lighthearted way. The site promotes a new course; both are full of cartoons and activities. The site has information on grants and training offered to teachers.
A review of grammar, scansion, and rhetorical devices. Also has an interactive quiz section.
Chapter by chapter exercises based on the vocabulary list found in Wheelock's Latin. Requires a Java-enabled browser.
Virtual MOO (Multiple User Dungeon - Object Oriented) and link list for study of Ancient Roman History and Latin language and literature. With notes for teachers for using these materials in classes.
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