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Henle First Year Latin

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  • Item #: 015936
    ISBN: 9780829410266
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    ISBN: 9780829412055
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    ISBN: 9780829410273
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    ISBN: 9780829410297
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    ISBN: 9780829410280
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    ISBN: 9780829401127
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  • Item #: 016019
    ISBN: 9781930953147
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    ISBN: 9780829412079
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    ISBN: 9780829412116
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    ISBN: 9780829412093
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  • Item #: 025059
    ISBN: 9781591281115
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    Book 1 covers five conjugations of verbs and the indicative mood (active and passive); all five noun declensions; first, second, and third declension for adjectives; personal pronouns; and basic demonstratives. Most of the vocabulary word lists are review words from the Latin Primer series.

  • Item #: 025060
    ISBN: 9781591281122
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    Book 1 covers five conjugations of verbs and the indicative mood (active and passive); all five noun declensions; first, second, and third declension for adjectives; personal pronouns; and basic demonstratives. Most of the vocabulary word lists are review words from the Latin Primer series.

  • Item #: 063853
    ISBN: 9781615386918
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  • Item #: 063852
    ISBN: 9781615384730
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  • Item #: 049173
    ISBN: 9781615381036
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    All things grammar – Latin, that is – in one place! Designed for students and including all conjugations and declensions plus an introduction to syntax (how to use the grammar). An essential resource for mastery and review for students during all four years of the Forms Latin Series but which can be used with any Latin program. 62 pgs, spiral-bound ~ Janice

  • Item #: 071252
    ISBN: 9780521397797
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    A classic consumable workbook that provides students of Latin with vocabulary and grammar exercises that will provide them with helpful supplemental drill and application. Each lesson or exercise is tied to a famous tale from the realm of ancient mythology. This publication can be used as a supplement to any elementary Latin study, even though originally written to compliment the first year Cambridge University Latin text for early high school students. 64 pgs, pb. ~ Mike

  • Item #: 041921
    ISBN: 9780979505102
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    Subtitled "Beginning Latin for Homeschoolers and Self-Taught Students of Any Age," I could see this book serving as a great introduction to Latin for the family who is not sure they want to jump right into a full-fledged Latin course. Of course, it would be just as useful for an older student (or even Mom and Dad), if they have never studied Latin but want to learn it on their own. The course was designed out of necessity by author William E. Linney, after he was asked by a relative to teach Latin to her children. He set out looking for a course that would not require a Latin teacher, was self-paced, self explanatory, offered lots of practice exercises, was non-threatening, and inexpensive. When he couldn't find a course that suited his needs, he designed this one. The book contains 134 lessons, which are short (usually less than a page in length), un-fluffy, and incremental in progression. Lessons strike a nice balance between introducing new vocabulary, explaining simple grammatical concepts, and memorization of noun and verb forms. No lesson covers all of these tasks, but instead focuses on one objective and covers it well. Lessons that introduce new Latin vocabulary feature a new Latin word, its English meaning, and sometimes a pronunciation tip. This is usually followed by about ten sentences to translate. Lessons on grammar are also bite-sized, and different forms and cases are introduced gradually. As they are introduced, they are added to a chart, and students will translate sentences that use the forms and cases that they have learned. As charts are filled with endings or forms, students may be asked to memorize them, to aid in future lessons. Just for fun, "Latin Expressions" are scattered throughout the book. In each one, the author takes a common Latin phrase like "caveat emptor," or "etc." and explains the Latin history behind each phrase. Don't underestimate how these little "sparks" of knowledge whet your appetite to learn more! By the end of the book, students will have stockpiled basic vocabulary of around 100 words, be comfortable translating simple sentences in Latin, and have a grasp of basic Latin grammar.

    There are a couple of aspects of this course worth noting. First of all, because the book is more of a text than a worktext it is not designed to be consumable. For translation purposes, the author recommends translating the sentences in a separate notebook. If extra practice is desired, you may wish to translate the sentences back to the form given in the lesson. Secondly, while we all realize that pronunciation is very difficult to teach "out of a book", the author has considered this, and has come up with an ingenious solution. He has provided MP3 audio files free of charge on his website, which can be downloaded and used with the lessons. As an added bonus, you can choose from either classical pronunciation or ecclesiastical pronunciation. Audio commentary on the lessons and a host of other helpful resources is also included on the website. Lastly, this course would be excellent prep for an older student who will be studying Latin in high school or college who hasn't had the benefit of laying a basic Latin foundation earlier in life. Upon completion of this book, I think students would be more ready to tackle Lingua Latina, Oxford University Latin, Henle Latin, or Cambridge Latin, than if they were starting off cold. Latina Christiana I or other complete courses designed for younger students could also be considered reasonable continuations, although there would be much more overlap/review between courses. This is a terrific way to get started in Latin and I am glad that the author did not find what he was looking for to teach Latin, because he has certainly written a course that fulfills all of his goals! – Jess

  • Item #: 062146
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  • Item #: 061907
    ISBN: 9781511830119
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    A simple plan for learning/recognizing 83.6% of the vocabulary of three Latin anthologies. The Fab 1500 identifies the basic, and most common Latin vocabulary. Using a reproducible worksheet, an enterprising student will write out, translate, and memorize five words each day; reviewing/testing them every fifth day. Working consistently, in four semesters, this list of 1494 words will be known (and memorized if possible). The list starts with the 300 most frequently used Latin words followed by the remainder. Words are first listed in alphabetical (except for the initial 300) and then, with definitions, according to subject categories identified by Paul Bernard Diederich in 1939. Categories include: Gods, Time, Sky, Fire, Water, Earth, Plants, Food, Animals, People, Body, Mind, Feelings, Talk, Writing/Arts, Work/Play, City/Buildings, Military, Government, Social Approval, Evil, Death, Abstractions, and, lastly, Unclassified. 19 pgs, pb, top-bound, spiral binding, portrait orientation. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 053461
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    Another great Latin resource from Issachar Press – reproducible worksheets for reviewing and reinforcing Latin declensions and conjugations. Corresponding to the declension order found in the Latin Grammar (#054174), a total of 20 different printable worksheets for single verb tense and 1st through 4th conjugations—plus corresponding tests—that can be used with countless verbs. PDF file format ~ Janice

  • Item #: 008236
    ISBN: 9781615385423
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      For those who want to take a slower pace for their Latin studies, these lesson plans provide a 33-week daily checklist for each of two years. The plans incorporate all elements of the Latina Christiana I program – Teacher, Student, DVDs, CD, Flashcards, and Review Worksheets. Ludere Latine I and Lingua Angelica are added for enrichment. Suggestions (and directions) for nine vocabulary games are also provided. 20 pgs, comb-bound ~ Janice

  • Item #: 026445
    ISBN: 9781585101566
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    Use during the first year of Latin. An illustrated collection of texts to supplement Familia Romana. One colloquium is given for each chapter in Familia Romana.

  • Item #: MPC9PK
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    Includes:

    Book of the Middle Ages

    Concise Histry of American Republic Yr 1 Stdt

    Concise Histry of American Republic Yr 1 Tchr

    Concise History of the American Republic Book

    Henle Second Year Latin

    Henle Second Year Latin Key

    Traditional Logic II Set

    Traditional Logic I Complete Set

    Algebra II Quizzes & Tests

    Algebra II Quizzes & Tests Key

    Story of Christianity Package

    Latin Grammar for the Grammar Stage

    Aeneid Set

    Book of Ancient Romans Set

    Classical Composition VI: Encomium...Stdnt Bk

    Classical Composition VI: Encomium...Tchr Gd

    Physical Science 3rd Edition (Novare)

    Physical Science 2nd Ed Resource CD (Novare)

    Second Year Henle Latin Lesson Plans

    Second Year Henle Latin Quizzes & Tests

    Memoria Press Literature Ninth Grade Package

    Aeneid DVDs

    9th Gr. Curriculum Manual Lesson Plans 1-year

    Poetry, Prose & Drama Book 1 Set

    Algebra 2 w/Trig Classics Ed Text (Smith)

  • Item #: 007509
    ISBN: 9781585104284
    Retail: $20.00
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    This first-year Latin reader is the follow-up to Colloquia Personarum and is correlated with Familia Romana chapters XXVI to XXXIV. Far from dry reading, it holds 50 myths from Ancient Rome, taken from or adapted from a variety of ancient authors. It begins with the story of Pygmalion and ends with verses from Ovid's Metamorphoses. Although part of Lingua Latina, it could be used along with or following other first-year Latin programs as well. Paperback.
  • Item #: 007373
    ISBN: 9780977691616
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    If you're already doing Apologia's Exploring Creation with Biology, did you know that you are all set up for seamlessly tying in this course with Science Roots to learn 123 life science roots. Science Roots is set up in much the same way that Vocabulary Vine is (please see our Spelling/Vocabulary section for complete description), where the student is given a main list of roots, and they make a study card for the root, including a root definition, example words and their definitions, and the source language (Greek or Latin). The roots are arranged in the order they are encountered in Exploring Creation with Biology, so vocabulary study can be tied in chapter by chapter. The study would also work for any other biology text, but the coordination would not be as good. The author recommends this vocabulary study as a two-year plan, ideally started before Exploring Creation with Biology. In this case, the student would study 63 roots of more general science terms the first year, and 60 roots of more specifically life-science terms the second year. Detailed instructions and implementation are offered to get you up and running, along with frequently asked questions and some suggested learning games using the vocabulary roots. The appendix contains a taxonomy chart, a complete vocabulary list, and vocabulary lists for following either the one-year or two-year plan. If you're already doing Exploring Creation with Biology, why not link vocabulary study as well? - Jess

  • Item #: 070916
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    It's the same! But, different. Leaving the world of CDs behind, Rosetta Stone Homeschool has taken the leap into the world of online subscription formats. As with every major format change, there are advantages and disadvantages. You will probably like the changes which provide more mobility and more flexibility (unless you do not have access to high speed internet or do not wish to enter the internet world). All the aspects of the Rosetta Stone approach to language acquisition that we've come to love and expect are there. It's just packaged differently.

    So, what's different? First of all, there are only four products (instead of the 70 or so we carried before). Each product is an online subscription. This subscription gives one student 6 months of access. You purchase a subscription then you choose your language as part of the activation process. There are 24 languages available and a subscription purchase lets you choose any one of the 24 (Family Pack subscribers can choose up to three different languages). The subscription also gives you access to ALL levels of instruction available in that language. All languages have at least three levels. Some languages have five levels. If workbooks, quizzes, or tests are available (only for a few languages), access to pdf versions of this material comes with the subscription. Because all content is online, you can access it from a computer, laptop, or mobile device and you can access it from anywhere that you have a fast internet connection. You can even download lessons (with Audio Companion) to use when the internet is not available.

    So, what's the same? The dynamic immersion instructional methodology, the voice recognition software, and the student tracking abilities. In other words, all the good stuff that has made Rosetta Stone distinctive and a favorite with homeschoolers. And there is still a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee if you are not satisfied with the program. To get a sense of the program, check out the video demo found on our website.

    Rosetta Stone's "Dynamic Immersion™" methodology combines multimedia technology with a total immersion approach utilizing four aspects images, intuition, interactivity, and instruction. Real-life images are coupled with words or phrases, both spoken and written. There is constant interaction with the program, making selections which are confirmed if correct. Understanding of the language is built through spoken responses to real-life simulations utilizing TruAccent® speech-recognition technology which listens, analyzes, and corrects the student response. [Headset with microphone is needed but not included.]

    Core Lessons cover: A. Listening & Reading combined; B. Listening only, C. Reading only, D. Speaking, and E. Writing. There are Focused Activities that concentrate on language skills vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, reading, speaking, listening, writing and Adaptive Recall which are review sequences. While the general content and methodology is similar between the various Rosetta Stone versions, the Homeschool version is unique in giving parents the ability to plan and track the student's progress through the lessons and activities and to print data reports.

    Rosetta Stone Levels (in any language) cover the following material:

    Level 1 Build a Foundation. Fundamental vocabulary, essential language structure, basic conversational skills including greetings and introductions. Includes colors, adjectives, numbers, prepositions, definite and indefinite articles, singular and plural nouns, family relations, the five senses and time of day.

    Level 2 Navigate Your Surroundings. Builds on vocabulary and essential language structure. Giving/getting directions, using transportation, telling time, dining out, and enjoying basic social interactions. Includes verb tenses, adverbs, formal imperatives, school subjects, months, and emotions.

    Level 3 Connect with the World. Builds on language fundamentals and conversational skills. Learn to share ideas and opinions, express your feelings and talk about everyday life, your interests, your work, subjective, present perfect, weights, and measurements.

    Level 4 Deepen Your Understanding. Expands on what you learned in Levels 1, 2, and 3. Negotiate complex situations with confidence. Develop conversational skills to navigate the workplace, care for your health, arrange repairs, and move abroad.

    Level 5 Develop Your Command of the Language. Refine crucial communication skills and make full use of everything you've learned in Levels 1-4. Discuss entertainment and culture, government and the marketplace, and celebrate language-learning success.

    The following languages are available (with number of levels in parenthesis): Arabic (3), Chinese (Mandarin) (3), Dutch (3), English (American) (5), English (British) (5), Filipino (Tagalog) (3), French (5), German (5), Greek (3), Hebrew (3), Hindi (3), Irish (3), Italian (5), Japanese (3), Korean (3), Persian (Farsi) (3), Polish (3), Portuguese (Brazil) (3), Russian (3), Spanish (Latin American) (5 Workbooks for Levels 1-3), Spanish (Spain) (5), Swedish (3), Turkish (3), and Vietnamese (3).

    System Requirements:

    Windows 7, 8, 10 or higher

    Mac (Intel based only) Maverick (OS X 10.9) or higher

    Internet Explorer 11, Chrome 50, Firefox 46, Safari 9.1, Edge 13 or greater

    Latest version of Adobe Flash Player

    Computer Hardware Requirements:

    Windows: 2.33 GHz or faster x86-compatible processor OR Intel® Atom™ 1.6GHz or faster processor for netbooks

    Mac: Intel Core™ Duo 1.33GHz or faster processor

    1 GB of RAM or higher

    1024 x 768 display resolution

    High-Speed Internet connection (at least 768bps)

    In terms of high school credit equivalency (as before) Rosetta Stone is not "accredited" because it is not a school, but each level of the Homeschool program has a "Full Year Curriculum" lesson plan. If you follow that lesson plan, each level will be a 36 week program if you're not using the supplemental (suggestions in teacher materials) materials, or 45 weeks if you are (equivalent to 1 school year). Not all schools or boards will accept RS as credit, so checking to ensure it will be accepted is recommended.

    While it's a bit sad to say "good-bye" to Rosetta Stone's old standby CD-based program, it's easy to see the advantages and necessity of increased mobility. Thankfully, favorite features have been retained and the program remains a strong option for high school foreign language. As before, we encourage the use of a grammar workbook to complement the strong conversational aspect of the program. ~ Janice