Available from:March 2004
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: email@example.com
- Iulius: Last days at Vindolanda
- 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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