Latin Alive: Book 4 – Reader: Latin Literature from Cicero to Newton Student Edition

By: Moore, Karen DuBose. Gaylan Jones, Steven L.

$47.50

Features:

  • Reading selections by authors from the days of Cicero to Newton, varying in length and complexity as well as style and content
  • Literary genres including poetry, science, philosophy, theology, biography, myth, and fable
  • Grammatical notes and a variety of reading comprehension questions and writing prompts to further the study and discussion of the literature
  • Segments including “About the Author” and “Culture Corner,” which tell students more about the authors, their times, and the events surrounding the readings
  • A thorough review of the most common uses of grammar and syntax in Latin, as well as an appendix that lists all grammar paradigms
  • Additional appendices on classical pronunciation, medieval spelling changes, and an overview of Latin poetry (including dactylic hexameter)
  • Addendum readings that include passages from the AP Latin syllabus (Vergil and Caesar), useful for a pre–AP course
  • An accompanying Latin Alive! Book 4: Teacher’s Edition includes the entire student text, more extensive explanation, and teacher tips from the authors
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A yearlong course for grades 10 and up.

Features:

  • Reading selections by authors from the days of Cicero to Newton, varying in length and complexity as well as style and content
  • Literary genres including poetry, science, philosophy, theology, biography, myth, and fable
  • Grammatical notes and a variety of reading comprehension questions and writing prompts to further the study and discussion of the literature
  • Segments including “About the Author” and “Culture Corner,” which tell students more about the authors, their times, and the events surrounding the readings
  • A thorough review of the most common uses of grammar and syntax in Latin, as well as an appendix that lists all grammar paradigms
  • Additional appendices on classical pronunciation, medieval spelling changes, and an overview of Latin poetry (including dactylic hexameter)
  • Addendum readings that include passages from the AP Latin syllabus (Vergil and Caesar), useful for a pre–AP course
  • An accompanying Latin Alive! Book 4: Teacher’s Edition includes the entire student text, more extensive explanation, and teacher tips from the authors

For placement recommendations and other questions, please see FAQ page.

Latin Alive! compared with Wheelock’s Latin Document (PDF)

Latin Alive! vs. Wheelock’s Latin Table (PDF)

Declension & Conjugation Worksheet (PDF)

Declension & Conjugation Key (PDF)

Roman Timeline Outline (PDF)

Latin Alive! blog Author Karen Moore blogs about bringing this classical language to life.

Latin Charts! Colorful and interactive Latin charts display the five noun declensions and the verb endings for present, imperfect, future, perfect, pluperfect, and future perfect tenses. Each chart also lists the related Latin for Children and Latin Alive! chapters. Choose between colorful ready-to-go charts or cuttable interactive charts. The interactive charts are easy to color and, once cut, provide an excellent hands-on approach as students can assemble and reassemble the charts. Download the charts here: Colorful Ready-To-Go Charts – Interactive Cuttable Charts

Online Course Available Here!

 

Companion Products:

Latin Alive Book 4: Reader (Teacher’s Edition)

Latin Alive Book 4: Reader

Additional Resources:

Latin Alive Book 1 – Program

Latin Alive Book 2 – Program

Latin Alive! Book 3 – Program

Additional Information

Weight.9 kg
Dimensions8.5 × 11 × .9 in
ISBN 13

9781600512001

Author

Moore, Karen
DuBose. Gaylan
Jones, Steven L.

Publisher

Classical Academic Press

Format

Paperback

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