Recommended Latin Web Sites (University of Texas). A collection of useful websites to help you practice vocabulary and forms. Some links are broken.
Quia Class Page: Wheelock's Latin Vocabulary. E-flashcards and games organized by Wheelock chapter. (Macrons are represented by capital letters.)
Whitaker's Words, a parsing program that also gives definitions. Also available for download.
Ilaria Marchesi's Self-Correcting Exercises based on Wheelock's Latin. Paradigm exercises arranged chapter by chapter. Answers are case-sensitive, but detailed feedback is provided.
Claude Pavur's GRASP and Acceleration Reading Latin Pedagogy Pages (with texts). Some interesting stuff here: materials to read a Latin text linearly (phrase-by-phrase), some very cute animations, and some less innovative but useful PDF grammar handouts. The GRASP method is interesting: build up a sentence, starting with the skeleton of the sentence, then adding components one by one. Not unlike the method used in the Pimsleur language CDs.
Theory and Practice in Government Language Teaching. (Link courtesy of Classics-L mailing list.)
This page last updated 23 February 2006.
:: home ::