Ascanius Store: Activity & Curriculum GuidesActivitates Liberis, Volume II: Leap into Latin
edited by Kevin S. Jefferson
A collection of lessons and activities in Classical and Conversational Latin designed especially for the elementary school classroom. Complete with background information for every lesson!
Published: June 2014
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches
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An action-packed curriculum guide full of activities and lessons about Classical and Conversational Latin! Designed especially for students in elementary and middle school. Great for students already familiar with Latin or for students looking to learn Latin for the first time!
Each lesson or activity provides detailed instructions for use in the classroom, as well as myriad worksheets and handouts. Background information and resources for further reading accompany each lesson. No background in Classics or Latin is required! Exciting and effective slideshows, flashcards, handouts, games, and recordings of Latin vocabulary words are available online. Topics include:
- Simple sentences
- Greetings and conversations
- Trades and professions
- Roman comedy
- Members of the family
- Mock Roman school
- The Roman house
- Election Notices in Pompeii
Review of Activitates Liberis: Leap into Latin
"With materials contributed over the years by many talented educators, this treasure trove of activities and lessons belongs in the library of every Latin teacher! Even if your students cannot attend a LatinSummer session, you can bring some of the magic of LatinSummer to them during the regular school year. Within the pages of Leap into Latin, elementary and middle school teachers will find more than enough material to create a rich and rewarding exploratory course, while high school instructors will love being able to pick and choose fun and meaningful supplementary activities that enhance and build upon formal textbook instruction."
-- Sharon Kazmierski, The Clearing House The Classical Outlook Vol. 90, No. 3 (2015)