Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Vergil for Beginners: Teacher's Guide

Vergil for Beginners: Teacher's Guide
by Rose Williams



The Teacher’s Guide for Vergil for Beginners: A Dual Approach to
Early Vergil Study
provides answers, translations, and supplementary
explanation for the material in the student text, including:
• Additional techniques useful for both grammar-based and
reading approaches that the student edition is designed to accommodate
• Help with the meter of passages presented in the student text
• Translations for all passages for comprehension in Section IV
• Answers for both comprehension and also discussion and exploration
questions
• Answers for all the grammar exercises in Section V
Rose Williams, a former Latin teacher in Abilene, Texas, is well
known for books that bring the power of the Classics to life in everyday
language and settings. Her publications, several also with supplementary
teacher materials, include The Labors of Aeneas; Cicero
the Patriot; Examining Vergil’s Aeneid: A Study of Books I, II, and
IV; Once Upon the Tiber; Latin Quips at Your Fingertips; Lectiones
de Historia Romana; Duces Romanorum; The Young Romans;
and
Which Way to the Vomitorium?

vi + 20 pp. (2007) paperback, ISBN 978-0-86516-629-5

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