Latin language has survived through the vast body of literature and inscriptions that have been preserved. Thus, we study Latin to read the great Classical Literature to study Roman history and culture which profoundly influenced our own to gain an excellent English vocabulary since so many literary and academic words derive from Latin (it is […]
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Steve Bambury, a teacher and a founder of iPad Educators web site, in his feature article outlines down the best apps available to Latin teachers. His suggestions on how some iOS applications can be used are targeted at classical language classrooms. Apparently, the very article was inspired by Lingua Latina: Nouns app designed by @Reks. […]
Check out the list of websites that have been collected to help homeschoolers, moms, and teachers find the most suitable Latin syllabus and free printable worksheets to practice Latin: LATIN FOR BEGINNERS BY BENJAMIN L. D’OOGE, Ph.D. the whole book online: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/18251/18251-h/files/LatinBegin1.html Transparent Language: Learn Latin Basics: http://www.transparent.com/learn-latin/ Transparent Language: Latin Proficiency Test http://www.transparent.com/learn-latin/proficiency-test.html University of Notre Dame: Latin […]
Astro Math: Grades K-3 by @Reks is a reliable follow-up resource for common core standardized lessons. The app includes math facts covering kindergarten through 3rd grade school curriculum.
AtReks math apps rely on on common core math standards in the U.S.A. They are reliable follow-up resources for common core standardized lessons. AtReks math apps include math facts covering kindergarten through 3rd grade school curriculum. They are all based on the finding of the National Research Council: