When Dead Tongues Speak: Teaching Beginning Greek and Latin

When Dead Tongues Speak:
Teaching Beginning Greek and Latin

Edited by John Gruber-Miller
1996

Contents

  • “Communication, Context, and Community: Integrating the Standards in the Greek and Latin Classroom.” John Gruber-Miller
  • “Cognitive Style and Learning Strategies in Latin Instruction.” Andrea Deagon
  • “Latin for Students with Severe Foreign Language Learning Difficulties.” Barbara Hill
  • “Peer Teaching and Cooperative Learning in the First Year of Latin.” Kathryn Argetsinger
  • “Is There a Woman in This Textbook? Feminist Pedagogy and Elementary Latin.” Laurie J. Churchill
  • “Reading Latin Efficiently and the Need for Cognitive Strategies.” Daniel V. McCaffrey
  • “Language Acquisition and Teaching Ancient Greek: Applying Recent Theories and Technology.” Kenneth Scott Morrell
  • “Ancient Greek in Classroom Conversation.” Paula Saffire
  • “Teaching Writing in Beginning Latin and Greek: logos, ethos, and pathos.” John Gruber-Miller

BMCR review by Stephen M. Trzaskoma.
Brief review by Sarah Rous on the (Harvard University) Bok Center blog.

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