This is a a series in which I document my experience teaching my 4.5 year old daughter Mercy Latin through nursery rhymes. To get caught up on the first post in the series, check out Introducing the Nursery Rhyme Preschool Latin Series. The first lesson of "De Parvula Puella" went well. The lesson took this format:… Continue reading Nursery Rhyme Preschool Latin Series, pt 2
In our 3rd composition workshop, we will learn how to write and talk about sleep!
Salvete, omnes! Hello, everyone! I hope you enjoyed last week's Everyday Latin post: Conversational Latin: How to say “Yes” and “No” in Latin. Today - going along with the theme of learning the kinds that you m ight learn right away in your go-to Latin course - I am going to teach you some more useful… Continue reading Conversational Latin: How to say “Please”
Beginning a new series in Preschool Latin along with a new set of lessons I am teaching my daughter based on Latin nursery rhymes. Check back every Friday for more lessons!
In most language classes one of the first things you learn to say is how to show assent and dissent to basic questions. Not so with Latin. I was several years into my Latin studies before I learned how to say "Yes" and "No" - but I did know a variety of ways to talk… Continue reading Conversational Latin: How to say “Yes” and “No” in Latin
Geoffrey Steadman is an amazing person who creates annotated editions of unadapted Greek and Latin literature for students. On his website he provides free PDF downloads of his books, as well vocabulary lists, flashcards, and teaching materials, like student translation sheets and PowerPoints. Each of his books features a portion of the Greek or Latin… Continue reading Resource Review: Geoffrey Steadman’s Annotated Greek and Latin texts
Looking for a way to organize your language study? Try a language journal! Read about how to keep one here.
A new installment of Preschool Latin!