Latin Alive! Book 1 Digital Workbook

  • Latin Alive! Book 1 Digital Workbook

Latin Alive! Book 1 Digital Workbook


  • We have released a revised edition of Latin Alive! Book 1. If you are looking for the previous edition to be compatible with the materials you already have, you can still purchase it here for a limited time, while supplies last.

    Students and teachers can work through the exercises in Latin Alive! Book 1 with ease with the supplemental Latin Alive! Book 1 Digital Workbook! In addition to providing ample space for students to fill in the answers for all of the exercises from the student text, this workbook supplies a clear 4-day schedule for each chapter; optional practice work, such as new fill-in-the-blank derivative exercises and extra sentences for parsing and translating; and tips for learning and memorizing the grammar taught in the student text. Answers for the derivative exercises and extra sentences for parsing and translating are provided in an answer key at the end of the PDF. Choose between three licenses (1–9, 10–19, or 20+ students)

    Important: Please select the size of the license you need from the dropdown menu above the Add to Cart button. This is a consumable product. Licenses apply for one year and should then be repurchased.

    The Latin Alive! series is a relevant, rigorous, yet engaging introduction to Latin for middle and high school students. This Latin curriculum will truly make the Latin language come alive both for students who have studied Latin (such as students who have completed the Latin for Children curriculum) and for those who have not previously been introduced to Latin.

     Written by experienced and enthusiastic Latin teachers, the Latin Alive! series provides complete Latin training that enables students to read and translate original Latin. The series features a unique blend of grammatical training and engaging reading of original Latin texts that will help maintain student interest and impart skill, capacity, and mastery. Where other curricula downplay training in grammar, the authors of this series have found a way to teach grammar so that students understand and enjoy it. The authors present Latin grammar in small, digestible sections that are clearly illustrated and explained. As students find success decoding and reading Latin, their pleasure will increase.

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    E-book – PDF – 10-19 students


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    E-book – PDF – 20+ students


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    Latin Alive! Book 1 Errata (PDF)

    Latin Alive! Book 1 DVD/CD Errata (PDF) to correspond with the revised Version 3.0 text

    Latin Alive! Book 1 Suggested Weekly Schedule (PDF)

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    Latin Alive! vs. Wheelock's Latin Table (PDF)

    Latin Alive! Book 1 Syllabication and Accent (PDF)

    Declension & Conjugation Worksheet (PDF)

    Declension & Conjugation Key (PDF)

    Roman Timeline Outline (PDF)

    Why Study Latin? (PDF) Author Karen Moore explains five reasons why it’s useful to add Latin to your child’s education.

    Latin Alive! blog Author Karen Moore blogs about bringing this classical language to life.

    Latin Charts! Colorful and interactive Latin charts display the five noun declensions and the verb endings for present, imperfect, future, perfect, pluperfect, and future perfect tenses. Each chart also lists the related Latin for Children and Latin Alive! chapters. Choose between colorful ready-to-go charts or cuttable interactive charts. The interactive charts are easy to color and, once cut, provide an excellent hands-on approach as students assemble and reassemble the charts. Download the charts here: Colorful Ready-To-Go Charts - Interactive Cuttable Charts

    Latin Alive! Book 1 Pronunciation Audio (MP3) These zipped MP3 files provide chapter-by-chapter pronunciation for each chapter. Please note: the zipped file is 65MB and may take several minutes to download. MP3 files can be used with most popular music players, such as iTunes. For help installing the files on iTunes, see this page.

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