- Author(s):Barbara Bell
- Available from: March 2004
Developing Latin skills for ages 10–13.
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Join in the fun with Minimus Secundus - a mix of myths, stories, grammar support and historical background! This pupil's book is a lively, colourful introduction to the Latin language and the culture of Roman Britain. A fun way to teach English grammar, it is ideal for cross-curricular activities.
Progress from Minimus with new verb forms, imperfect tense, impersonal verbs and participles.
Review material included for those wanting to start Latin with Minimus Secundus.
Latin vocabulary and grammar work interspersed with projects on Roman and Greek culture.
Roman Britain is bought to life as myths, stories and illustrations give children a meaningful insight into a different culture and time.
The teacher's resource book contains English translations of the Latin passages, photocopiable worksheets and full teaching notes to support the non-specialist teacher.
The cassette and CD feature readings and extracts to help with pronunciation and contain lively readings of the Latin text to help motivate pupils.
Many schools have introduced Latin to their pupils through lunch of after-school clubs. For advice on setting up a Latin club email Minimus author, Barbara Bell: firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Augustus: Iulius joins the army
- September: On the move
- October: A new way of life in Eboracum
- November: News from near and far
- December: Time for celebration
- Ianuarius: New beginnings
- Februarius: Time for some Greek
- Martius: Wonderful days
- Aprilis: Comings and goings
- Maius: Timber into stone
- Iunius: All change for Pandora.
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