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ICL Elementary Latin Summer Course for Teachers

ICL Elementary Latin Summer Course for Teachers

So you have to teach Latin, but don't know Latin? The Institute for Classical Languages is offering an introduction to elementary Latin for teachers over the summer of 2022. This course is perfect for elementary teachers or administrators who are either teaching...

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Boggle Latin Game Example

  Objective Build vocabulary through competitive word recognition. Students will improve morphology through recognition of various forms. Setting Up the Game Components: boggle game with timer, paper, pencils Each player should have a...

Mendax! Latin Card Game Example

  Objective: Master Roman cardinals for 1 - 10 (along with dux, rex, regina). Build confidence in speaking in another English, even with the simplest phrases. Setting Up the Game Game Components: 1 deck of cards Deal out the entire...

Ovis, ovis, f.

Ovis, ovis, f.

People have raised sheep since very ancient times for their wool. Most clothing that the Greeks and Romans wore was made out of wool, even though wool is a very heavy fabric and southern Europe can be a very hot place to live. It is possible that itchiness was...

canis, canis, m.

canis, canis, m.

In modern times we think of the dog as playful and loyal pet. In ancient times, they were known for being loyal, but they were not usually kept as pets. They were often chained by the front door of a house to raise the alarm if any intruders came by night. In one...

Group Translation Sample – Tim Griffith

  Tim Griffith leads NSA beginning Latin students through group translation on individual whiteboards and prompts corrections. This is an effective exercise to get weaker students to work through a handful of sentences carefully. 1)...