Latin Teacher Resources
Latin may be a dead language, but these resources are full of life!
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SPQR Latin Dictionary and Reader
Searching for an incredibly thorough Latin app? Look no further! Latin learners will be quite satisfied with the collection of texts, three dictionaries, customizable flashcards, assessment options, and other features that are right at their fingertips.
7th - Higher Ed Languages
Jump-Start the Reading of Authentic Latin
Are your advanced learners reading authentic Latin this year? Whether you're teaching Caesar, Cicero or Virgil, use some of these strategies to map out your unit. What do you focus on? Consider taking small passages and making that the main focus to increase reading comprehension of this dense material.
Higher Ed Languages
Beginning Latin: Grammar
A plentiful resource for your Latin classroom. Whether your learners are just beginning to acquire Latin grammar or if they're intermediates in need of review, this link has something for everyone. Worksheets (and answers), readings, vocabulary, and short quizzes are provided.
8th - 12th Languages
Latin Tutorial 1: Multiple-Choice Item Writing for Teachers
What are the benefits to providing your learners with multiple-choice questions on quizzes and tests? If you'll be teaching Latin literature this year, read this quick argument to decide which types of questions you'll create.
11th - 12th Languages
Latin: Third (-IO) Conjugation Verbs
Give your Latin learners a list of verbs and have them complete this basic verb chart. Make things challenging and give them verbs in different tenses (so that they have to practice different verb forms), or pair this chart up with a short reading activity and ask them to highlight a certain number of verbs from the reading.
6th - 8th Languages
A Model with Many Uses: Latin Soldiers
Students view a picture of Roman soldiers in battle and listen to a brief description of the picture in Latin. They participate in a question and answer session about the picture, listen to a mini-grammar lesson, retell the description in Latin using their own words and write out a translation.
9th - Higher Ed Languages
Introduction to Latin Language
Begin teaching your learners—and yourself—some basics about the Latin language with the inquiries available in this resource. Although the questions are linked to a textbook of unknown origin, they offer a good beginning on where to start in understanding the basics of endings, conjugations, forms, and syntax of the verbs, nouns, adjectives, and sentences of the dead language.
7th - 12th English Language Arts
Review the Latin prepositions that are used with the ablative case and those that are used with the accusative case. Some may be used with both, but the meaning may be slightly different. Have your learners discover these differences and, as an extension, identify the prepositions that can be used as adverbs.
9th - 10th Languages