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Cambridge Latin Bk 2 Student Bk (4e)

Author : Cambridge School Classics Project
Subject : Latin
Year : 8 & 9
Edition  20/03/2000
Publisher  Cambridge University
ISBN : 9780521644686
Alternate ID  P00348
RRP : $40.95
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Cambridge Latin Course Book II replaces Unit IIA and Unit IIB: Integrated Edition and covers Cambridge Latin Course Stages 13-20. The Integrated edition is still available, however, and will stay in print while there is sufficient demand.
The series:
Cambridge Latin Course - leading the world in Latin courses for 11-16 year olds.

This Fourth edition is an exciting new development in teaching Latin, published in response to feedback from users. It retains the popular and successful story-based approach of the Integrated edition, but adds a number of valuable new features:

larger, clearer layout of stories and language notes, making the books even easier to use
glossaries placed alongside the stories for quicker reference
wide range of colour photographs to integrate language and culture and to provide greater visual appeal
revised and expanded questions to help students with their understanding of the comprehension passages
updated culture sections detailing cultural background and taking into account recent research into the Roman world
Series features:
Ease of use - each Stage contains model sentences, information on language, practical exercises, a vocabulary checklist and background information to supplement the main stories
Interesting storylines to stimulate and maintain students' enthusiasm - stories are first set in Pompeii, and then in Britain, Egypt and Rome
Systematic introduction of grammar - attention is paid to common phrase and sentence patterns as well as accidence and syntax
Clear progression - stories are written with a gradual increase in difficulty before adaptions of Roman authors and original texts are introduced
Supported by Teacher's Guides