Comments for Teaching Latin http://teachinglatin.com Rebecca Jessup and Magistra Home School of Belfast, Maine Fri, 17 Mar 2017 12:45:12 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Teaching Latin in a Public High School by Magistra Rebecca Jessup http://teachinglatin.com/teaching-latin-in-a-public-high-school/#comment-294 Fri, 17 Mar 2017 12:45:12 +0000 http://teachinglatin.com/?p=122#comment-294 First, I am sorry I didn’t see this months ago. I don’t know whether you’ve read the page about Latin texts, which is here:
http://teachinglatin.com/about-latin/about-latin-textbooks/
I am currently teaching in two venues, both part time, using the Cambridge Latin Course in one and Ecce Romani in the other. The advantage of these widely-used texts is that they are well supported with various on-line chat groups and other users, and there are vocab lists, teacher’s manuals, etc. (Ginny Lindzey, who is one of the best Latin teachers currently working, has taught Cambridge for 25 years. You can find her on line easily.) So I am using them largely because it’s an easy and fairly convenient choice. If I were just starting out, I might try a search into other recent works. I understand that Rose Williams, also a revered Latin teacher and prolific writer for students of Latin, has a new book about Latin for very young students. I also recommend, if you’re on Facebook, the page “Latin Teaching Idea Exchange”, which is very useful. Bonam Fortunam!

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Comment on Teaching Latin in a Public High School by Lela http://teachinglatin.com/teaching-latin-in-a-public-high-school/#comment-246 Fri, 30 Dec 2016 04:31:29 +0000 http://teachinglatin.com/?p=122#comment-246 I am about to start teaching Latin in Florida, what is a good curriculum that you recommend?

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Comment on Teaching Latin in a Public High School by A Davis http://teachinglatin.com/teaching-latin-in-a-public-high-school/#comment-142 Wed, 19 Oct 2016 05:34:11 +0000 http://teachinglatin.com/?p=122#comment-142 Interesting read.

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