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by North American Cambridge Classics Project,Ed Phinney

eBook Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Student's book North American edition (North American Cambridge Latin Course) ePub
Author: North American Cambridge Classics Project,Ed Phinney
Language: English
ISBN: 0521343798
ISBN13: 978-0521343794
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 3 edition (January 29, 1988)
Pages: 232
Category: Schools & Teaching
Subcategory: Teaching
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 920
Formats: lit docx doc mobi
ePub file: 1321 kb
Fb2 file: 1191 kb

by North American Cambridge Classics Project (Author). This is a great beginning Latin book. It appears to be the student book for a high school course.

by North American Cambridge Classics Project (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0521782289. It assumes a teacher is involved. For example, there is nothing at all about pronunciation. For me this book was perfect.

Those who have no knowledge of classical Latin pronunciation will have a hard time learning Latin using the Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 book all by itself. The book doesn't really cover pronunciation. So issues such as the differences between long and short vowels or how to handle the letters "v" or "c" never arise.

North American Cambridge Classics Project.

Under the sponsorship of the North American Cambridge Classics Project, Unit 1 now has been fully revised and . Cambridge is an excellent text book, and I really enjoyed studying from it. Goes super fast on vocab and rather slow on grammar.

Under the sponsorship of the North American Cambridge Classics Project, Unit 1 now has been fully revised and adapted for use in the United States and Canada. This proven approach includes a stimulating, continuous storyline, The Cambridge Latin Course is a well-established introductory program in four Units, originally developed by the Cambridge School Classics Project.

Publication City/Country Cambridge, United Kingdom. Other books in this series. ISBN13 9780521005029. Bestsellers rank 395,819. North American Cambridge Classics Project.

North American Cambridge. has been added to your Cart. It’s been great for reference and helps with homework.

The Cambridge Latin Course is a well-established introductory program in four Units, originally developed by the Cambridge School Classics Project. Under the sponsorship of the North American Cambridge Classics Project, Unit 1 now has been fully revised and adapted for use in the United States and Canada. This proven approach includes a stimulating, continuous storyline, grammatical development and cultural information carefully woven throughout the text, a complete Language Information section--now bound into the students' volume-- and, for the first time, color photographs that illustrate the Roman world. Also available are a thorough Teacher's Manual, a workbook, and cassette tapes. This Third Edition is wholly compatible with the existing Second Edition.
Lonesome Orange Kid
Finally a chance to learn a second language! Have tried other ways of picking up a language (except immersion into a foreign country) and never had any success. Now that my 14 year old is learning Latin from this book at school, I finally have some incentive to learn! Most amazing is how much Latin is like English. Everything is pronounced the way it is spelled (a huge improvement over many other trickier languages). There is a story line that helps you understand what the situations are and what the characters are talking about which helps you guess even the occasional word that is directly translated.
Velan
Great book for home schooling or learning the language on your own. The story which carries through all the books is more addicting than a soap opera. One learns by translating not by drill and memorization. The book seems to use techniques the young children use to learn their first language. By the time one finishes all 4/5 books one is able to sight read classical Latin. For the self learner who wishes still more I recommend Robert Henle but skip first book. You will not need it. I used this book and the others to teach my son Latin.
Usic
Cambridge Latin Course is an old favorite among Latin texts for good reason. While the stories are written with a dry British humor that entertains both children and adults, the narratives are simple enough for younger students to handle with relative ease. Most stories lend themselves very well to reenactment. Grammar is introduced in context, with plenty of reading material for each new concept, so students can achieve an intuitive grasp of different structures. Afterwards, clear and concise grammar explanations are provided. Unit 1 is set in Pompeii, and from the meticulously executed illustrations, students can learn a great deal about archeological findings in Pompeii.
Cambridge Latin Course is founded on the reading method of language acquisition. Compared with other texts, there are few exercises available. This is addressed somewhat in the fourth edition and in the supplementary workbook. However, teachers who wish to use this text to teach students to speak or write Latin will have some extra work. One obvious difficulty is that there is no English to Latin glossary included.
In the fourth edition of this book, the exercises and the English cultural articles are improved. The stories themselves are almost entirely unchanged. I use the third edition (this one) because I can get them at a cheaper price.
I always recommend this text for younger students. Even for those who are using another text, this is a good place to find material for light reading. Reading widely at a comparatively easy level is actually an effective and fun way to progress in Latin.
Samutilar
My daughter is taking Latin with a homeschool cooperative, and they are using this book. It is proving to be a fabulous resource for learning Latin, and Cambridge has a variety of resources to use in conjunction with this and their other books. I highly recommend it!

Besides the resources, the book has an easy to read format-you are following the daily life of a citizen of Pompeii (prior to that fateful day in August oh so many years ago, of course!) You learn vocabulary, grammar, and culture side by side.
Manona
We used this book for my Introductory Latin course in my Seminary. Although this is NOT Ecclesiastical Latin, rather Classical Latin. It did help me understand the basics of the language and gave me the tools to help me understand what I needed to understand.
Huston
Great series!
Silvermaster
I use this book for my students, and it is excellent. It serves as the best introduction to Latin that I have found.
The cambridge Latin course unit 1 is not only very practical but equally academic.It is well ilustrated too.I t is as helpful in classical history. I am enjoying it so much...
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