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    From Minimus to the Cambridge Latin Course, our Latin resources encourage students to immerse themselves into Roman culture through stories, myths and historical background, while also building and advancing their language skills.

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    Elementary Latin

    Explore our Latin resources for young learners.

    Join in the fun with Minimus - a mix of myths, stories, grammar support and historical background! Minimus the mouse and his Roman family present a lively introduction to the Latin language for students in grades 2–6.

    Elementary Latin
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    Explore our Latin resources for Middle and High School. 

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    We publish a different version of the Cambridge Latin Course for our UK teachers and learners. See the link below to learn more.

    Cambridge Latin K-12 Catalog 2023New sixth edition - North American Cambridge Latin Course

    A new edition of the North American Cambridge Latin Course

    This is a joint message from the Cambridge School Classics Project, the authors of the Cambridge Latin Course, and Cambridge University Press, the publishers of the Cambridge Latin Course.  

    We are very pleased to let you know that we have a timeline for the publication of a new sixth edition of the North American Cambridge Latin Course. 

    • Unit 1 and Unit 2 are scheduled to be published in spring 2024 
    • Unit 3 is scheduled to be published in 2025 
    • Unit 4 is scheduled to be published in 2026 

    Preview the new edition - Unit 1

    Take an early look inside the North American Cambridge Latin Course Sixth edition, Unit 1. 

    Please note: content is not final and is subject to further changes prior to publication.

    Unit 1 sample

    Preview the new edition - Unit 2

    Take an early look inside the North American Cambridge Latin Course Sixth edition, Unit 2. 

    Please note: content is not final and is subject to further changes prior to publication.

    A look inside the new edition - unit 2
    Diversity and Inclusion in the Latin Classroom
     

    Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Latin Classroom: a toolkit for teachers

    As classics enrolment in secondary education declines, educators are grappling with the same questions: how can we show our students that Classics is for everyone, not just an elite group who look and sound a certain way? How do we teach the problematic and uncomfortable truths of antiquity in a way that is sensitive to the diverse backgrounds of the students sitting in front of us? What can we do to build Classics classrooms where every student feels seen and heard?

    These professional development materials in the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Latin Classroom series bring our North American Latin teaching community together through the sharing of initiatives, case studies, lesson ideas, and much more. 

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    Teaching ideas

    Looking for teaching tips and inspiration? Read our Latin blog posts for ideas on how to energize and enthuse your Latin students, from celebrating love like the Romans, to integrating STEM into your Latin classroom, plus easy digital tools for fun remote or in-person activities.

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    Supplementary materials

    View our supplementary Texts and Contexts series, Latin anthology and grammar materials to support your Latin classroom.

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    Our digital resources

    Digital books with accompanying interactive activities are available on our app and web-based digital learning platform. Discover interactive dictionaries, videos, and auto-marked activities that enrich the Cambridge Latin Course learning experience for your students. 

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    Homeschool teachers of the Cambridge Latin Course

    Here we provide more information and frequently asked questions about homeschooling and the Cambridge Latin Course.

    View our teaching support videos

    View our playlist of Latin teaching support webinars and videos to support your Latin classroom practice. 

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    Accessing digital Latin resources

    The way that you access your digital Latin resources is changing. 

    Resources may be accessible via both Cambridge Elevate and Cambridge GO, or a combination of the two, during this transition period. For support during this transition, please see our support pages for advice or reach out to your local representative.

    Please see this diagram to understand how to access your Cambridge Latin Course digital resources in 2023. 

    Learn more about Cambridge GO

    Bring Brighter Thinking into your classroom 

    We collaborate with Brighter Thinkers in Cambridge and around the world to embed best teaching and learning practice into our resources.

    Find out more about the Cambridge Approach.

    Cambridge School Classics Project

    The Cambridge School Classics Project (CSCP) is a research and development project in the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Education, established in 1966. The CSCP are the authors of the Cambridge Latin Course.

    The aim of the CSCP is to help make the classical world accessible to as many students as possible, whatever their age or background. They do this by:

    • forging strong links with teachers and learners
    • advancing the pedagogy of Classics teaching through research and development
    • creating high quality, innovative teaching materials based on research and development
    • exploiting new technologies to reach out to new audiences and create cutting-edge materials


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    Experience Better Learning 

    Here’s what teachers and learners from around the world are saying about us.

    Jacque Myers

    Teacher, Cambridge Latin Course

    "I use the Cambridge Latin Course and absolutely love it. The stories are interesting (and often funny), and the grammar explanations make sense. There is no other textbook out there with such a wide variety of ancillary materials that are easily available."

    Wendy Atkinson

    Teacher, Minimus series

    "I see excited children making connections between Latin and English words. It’s a great feeling for me to be part of their enthusiasm."

     
     
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