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Kraken Latin Book 1 Student Edition (Student/Study Guide)$28.00Add to cart
“Students in the logic stage (grades 6-8) are no longer content just to memorize chants and vocabulary — they are ready to master the systems that make Latin the most approachable of the classical languages, and to dive into the stories that make it the most legendary language. Kraken Latin 1 contains thirty-two weeks’ worth of clear teaching on all the indicative tenses, demonstratives, and personal pronouns, weekly worksheets and readings, English-to-Latin and Latin-to-English glossaries, reference charts for each lesson, fun activities, and much more. As she walks students through important grammar, Natali H. Monnette helps junior high students towards reading “real” Latin by integrating adaptations and translations from the Vulgate, Roman history, fun original stories, and classical myths. If you’re an older student wanting to advance from elementary studies or just to begin the study of Latin, Kraken Latin 1 was written for you. Face the beast. Learn its grammatical wiles. Master the kraken”–
Complete 101 Collection$24.99Add to cart
Now in one paperback volume, John C. Maxwell’s best-selling 101 series of briefcase-sized leadership books that have helped more than one million people become better leaders.
The Complete 101 Collection includes material that in true Maxwell style helps readers reach their potential at any stage in their career. It can be thought of as a crash course in leadership, a practical tool to sharpen the core fundamentals every professional needs.
Contents include a 101 on attitude, self-improvement, leadership, relationships, success, teamwork, equipping, and mentoring. Each 101 book is an introduction to a subject, not the “advanced course.”
This concentrated collection of books helps readers on their way to significant growth in specific areas of their lives.
Logos Latin 2 Student Workbook (Student/Study Guide)$21.00Add to cart
Logos Press is pleased to announce a new Latin series. Drawing from years of experience and decades of classroom testing, Logos Latin. Logos Latin 1 is the third grade book; our series will introduce one book per year for the next three years. The complete four-year series will cover 3rd – 6th grade. Our teacher, Julie Garfield, has been teaching Latin from the early days of Logos School and we can’t think of anyone else we’d rather have latin the new Logos Latin series. Each weekly lesson will include the rigorous vocabulary, chants, derivatives, and worksheets we have come to expect through the Mars Hill Latin series over the years. Logos Latin adds some new features as well: weekly activity pages for each lesson; vocabulary pronunciation for each Latin word on the eFlashcards; constellation maps; Iulia, Iulius and Saxum become friends your students can follow through learning Latin; new, better organization; improved teacher instructions and schedules. Written specifically with grammar-stage students in mind, this is the text used in the fourth grade at Logos School, the flagship classical school in Moscow, ID, USA.
Latin Primer 3 Teachers Edition (Teacher’s Guide)$32.00Add to cart
Over half of the English language is derived from Latin.
humble: humus, earth
gregarious: grex, flock
pantry: panis, bread
flamingo: flamma, flame
These and thousands of other words we use every day keep this “dead” language–a language of kings and poets, of scrolls and secrets–alive. And this means that when we study Latin, we’re not just learning about Rome–we’re learning about ourselves. Rediscover this time-honored language, which led classical education innovator Dorothy Sayers to declare that “Latin should be begun as early as possible . . . when the chanting of ‘amo, amas, amat’ is as ritually agreeable to the feelings as the chanting of ‘eeny, meeny, miney, moe.'”
In Latin Primer 3, the language basics explored in Primers 1 and 2 continue, with an increasing emphasis on translation. Revised and expanded, this text introduces students (grades 5 and up) to Latin’s final noun declensions and verb conjugations, as well asA to the perfect tense, indirect objects, simple prepositions, and more, opening up broad frontiers for their understanding and enjoyment of this early language.
Those of you familiar with the older editions of Latin Primer 3 may wonder what’s different about this new edition. If you’ve been using the new Latin Primer 1 and 2, you probably have a good idea what all the excitement is about!
To begin, the content and teaching approach of this third edition is fundamentally the same as before. We have added more exercises, moved some of the vocabulary around, etc., but these new editions won’t force teachers or parents to struggle through a long period of adjustment. If anything, this new edition will be much, much easier to use.
Why is that? Well, actually, there are several reasons.
First, the Primer 3 now features weekly Word Lists. Just like Primers 1 and 2, students will receive a new Word List every week, rather than once every few weeks. This transition from Primer 2 to Primer 3 has never been more simple or familiar.
Second, we have completely redesigned the layout. While older editions were arranged by category–a word list section, exercise section, and test section–the new edition has been arranged in a simple lesson-by-lesson format. For example, all of Lesson 1’s components are grouped together, back-to-back. When you finish one lesson, you’re on to the next. No more flipping back and forth between sections: everything you need for each lesson is right at your fingertips, whe
Henle Latin Grammar$16.99Add to cart
Designed for student use through all four years of Latin study: Part I introduces forms of nouns, adjectives, adverbs, numerals, pronouns, and verbs; Part II covers syntax
Humanistic insight and linguistic training are the goals of the Henle Latin Series from Loyola Press, an integrated four-year Latin course. Time-tested and teacher endorsed, this comprehensive program is designed to lead the student systematically through the fundamentals of the language itself and on to an appreciation of selected classic texts.