Workbook for Wheelock's Latin
Workbook for Wheelock’s Latin is an
essential companion to the classic introductory textbook. Designed to
supplement the course of study in Wheelock’s Latin, 7th Edition, each
of the forty chapters in this newly updated edition features:
- transformation drills, word and phrase
translations, and other exercises designed to test and sharpen the
- “word power” sections that focus on vocabulary and
- reading comprehension questions and sentences for
- perforated pages for hand-in homework assignments
and space for the student’s name and date
Praise for Workbook for Wheelock's Latin:
The second edition of Workbook for Wheelock's
Latin is most welcome.... The authors are to be congratulated for producing
a workbook so well integrated with the text. Selectively used, it can
enhance student understanding of grammar and provide helpful review
material. –Professor William Hyland,
St. Norbert College, in Northeast Conference on Foreign Languages Review
The [Workbook's] extra drill would be
valuable, especially for less-experienced students, while the vocabulary and
comprehension sections would be thought-provoking and engaging even for the
more sophisticated ones. –Professor
Betty Rose Nagle, Indiana University, in The Classical Outlook
More Reviews of Workbook for Wheelock's
About the Authors
Richard A. LaFleur is Franklin Professor
of Classics at the University of Georgia, Athens. He is the author of
numerous textbooks and other publications on Latin
language, literature, pedagogy, and teacher-training. He has served as
Editor of The Classical Outlook, President of the American Classical League,
Head of the University of Georgia’s Department of Classics and is recipient
of the American Philological Association's national award for excellence in
the teaching of Classics.
Paul T. Comeau studied Latin, Classical
Greek, and French for more than four years at Joliette Seminary in Quebec.
Part of a long military career, from which he retired in 1975, was spent
teaching French and serving as the advisor for the Humanities and Social
Sciences at the U.S. Air Force Academy. He received a B.A. in Liberal Arts
from Assumption College, an M.A. in French Language and Literature and a
Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literatures, both from Princeton University.
From 1975 to 1989, as Professor of French and Head of the Department of
Foreign Languages at New Mexico State University, he established a two-year
Latin program and taught that language for nine years, along with courses in
French language, literature, and culture. A number of his articles have
appeared in French literary journals, and his publications include a book of
literary history, Diehards and Innovators, the French Romantic Struggle:
1800-1830 (1988). He has received research grants from the National
Endowment for the Humanities and the Canadian Embassy. Now retired as
Professor Emeritus of French, he is past President of the New Mexico Chapter
of the American Association of Teachers of French and a Life Member of the
Modern Language Association of America.
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A lively, lovingly wrought Latin version of Maurice Sendak's classic children's book, WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE, translated by noted Latinist Richard A. LaFleur (aka, Doctor Illa Flora).
Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin Sentences
By Richard Upsher Smith, Jr.
Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin Sentences offers Sententiae and Loci Immutati complete with notes, vocabulary, and grammar explanations for the 40 chapters of Wheelock’s Latin.
By Sally Proctor
VERBA MIXTA LATINA for Wheelock's Latin is an entertaining way for students to engage with Latin vocabuary. These puzzles can be enjoyed by and benefit Latin students at any level!
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Companion Curriculum for Wheelock's Latin
By Melissa Schons Bishop
All new curriculum materials - Wheelock's Latin for High School and College students.
Scribblers, Scvlptors, and Scribes
By Richard A. LaFleur
This all new supplementary reader is designed to accompany the Wheelock's curriculum, but is also suitable for any Latin program.
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Wheelock's Latin GrammarQuick!
By Richard A. LaFleur, Brad Tillery
A quick and complete overview of
Latin grammar—both forms and usage—on six durably coated
cards, five-hole punched for easy insertion into
notebooks. Arranged by part of speech, with summaries of
all forms and the most common syntax, including case
uses and subjunctive clauses. An essential companion to
Wheelock's Latin and all introductory texts, and a handy
reference guide for intermediate and more advanced
students as well.
Chapter Vocabulary Lists for Wheelock's Latin--the
list for each chapter contains all the
words for that chapter as well as for all chapters
preceding! from Bolchazy-Carducci.
Readings from Wheelock's Latin -- an
extraordinary 4-CD audio package with recitations and
dramatic performances available from
with a general introduction and pronunciation of all 40
chapter vocabularies (Macromedia Flash required). Simply
click on the Audio Link in the menu above or go
The Wheelock's Latin Series isn't complete without:
Wheelock's Latin Reader
Originally intended as a sequel
to Wheelock's Latin, this is the ideal text for any
intermediate-level Latin course. Read not only classical authors
but also medieval and late Latin writers.
Workbook for Wheelock's Latin
You will find in this essential companion to
Wheelock's Latin transformation drills, word power sections,
reading comprehension questions and more.
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words and phrases used in English; and more.
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