Have you ever wondered what Latin books looked like before school texts were dumbed down? Originally published in 1945, the Henle Latin Series teaches Latin the traditional way. The Henle Latin Series may be started as early as 8th grade.
This Unit 6-14 Set will finish the Henle Latin I text that students began in the Henle Latin I, Units 1-5 Set.
About the Henle Latin I Teacher Manual for Units VI-XIV
Need a little more guidance to use Henle Latin? Our Teacher Manual tells students what to do at every step of the way, and gives the teacher specific teaching points in the form of Chalk Talk, as well as a detailed key to the Henle exercises. We have provided oral practice exercises for students, and broken each weekly lesson into daily work, providing students with the organization needed to complete this course. This Teacher Manual will ease your transition into Henle Latin and provide the background needed for the successful completion of the Latin grammar, even for those teachers without a Latin background.
About the Henle Latin I Quizzes & Tests, Units VI-XIV
Henle is a wonderful Latin program, but did you ever wish you had pre-made quizzes, one for each week of the year? Now, not only do we offer phenomenal guides for the Henle program, but we have added quiz booklets (which include a final exam) to go along with each of our Henle Latin I Study Guides! Simple, straight-forward, and clear, these quizzes are based on years of our own experience teaching Christian Latin.
Topics Covered in Henle Latin I, Units VI-XIV
Unit VI: present and imperfect subjunctive, purpose clauses, relative clauses
Unit VII: perfect and pluperfect subjunctive, direct and indirect questions
Unit VIII: passive subjunctive, vocative case, direct and indirect reflexives
Unit IX: perfect participle passive, hic, ille, ablative of spearation
Unit X: possum, infinitive in noun constructions, numerals, irregular adjectives
Unit XI: 3rd conjugation -io verbs, rules for time, dative verbs
Unit XII: accusative with infinitive construction
Unit XIII: comparison of adjectives, deponent verbs
Unit XIV: irregular verb eo
In the First Year text, a limited vocabulary of 500 words allows students to master grammar without being overwhelmed with a large vocabulary. Many repetitious Latin phrases and copious exercises produce mastery rather than frustration, and the mixture of Christian and classical content is appealing to students. Exercises and readings teach Roman and American history, the difference between the pagan and Christian worldviews, and the difference between the virtues of the natural man (of whom the Roman was the greatest type) and the virtues of the Christian man, which are possible only through grace.
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