Second Form Latin Complete Set

Second Form Latin Complete Set


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Grades: 5-12

Category Description for First Form Latin Series (Gr. 5-AD):

Mastery is the key to success in Latin and this program is designed to produce mastery. The First Form series is a projected four text series (First, Second, Third, & Fourth Forms) from Memoria Press that will teach Latin grammar completely and thoroughly and move the student firmly into translation and reading. Each Student Text provides concise, 2-page lessons with a specific format: a Latin saying, a set of grammar forms, vocabulary, a grammar lesson, and some elementary syntax. The corresponding workbook has 4-6 pages of exercises and well-designed drills per lesson that guide the student and teacher through the lesson. Other components of the program include weekly quizzes, cumulative tests, flashcards, a pronunciation CD and instructional DVDs. 4th to 6th graders can expect to spend about 3 hours per week for an academic year; grades 7th and up can cover a volume in one semester or less.

The Teacher Manual is "where the action is" so to speak. It includes a lesson overview, a wrap-around text that includes a scripted lesson and grammar "chalk-talk" (again, scripted in question and answer format utilizing a white board). In addition to explaining the integration of workbook, drills, quizzes, and recitation, there are suggestions for incorporating the Lingua Angelica program. Games and Review Activities complete the offering. Teacher prep is also spelled out very well: read and reread the Teaching Guidelines for each lesson, read and reread the student text and teacher manual, do all workbook exercises (yes, the teacher will need her own workbook). While this may seem like a lot to remember the assumption is that the teacher does not know Latin herself and is therefore learning along with the student, staying one complete lesson ahead in terms of prep. Appendices to the Teacher's Manual include Latin conversations, prayers and sayings with translations, and a grammar reference. I must say, there is something very satisfying about a well-ordered Latin program. It just makes you want to dig in and learn it.

The Text Set includes the Student Text, Workbook, Test & Quizzes, Pronunciation CD, and Teacher Manual, Workbook & Quiz/Test Answer Key. The Complete Set includes all the items of the Text Set plus the flashcards and the instructional DVDs. These DVDs are taught by Glen Moore or Jessica Watson of Highlands Latin School, utilizing humor and a variety of visual techniques. The Grammar Wall Charts, where available, are not included in any set. They are 17x33 (folded), heavy paper, color charts providing visuals for the grammar taught in the course. (Be prepared to "donate" a significant amount of wall space to these charts.)If you don't have or don't want to donate the wall space, consider using the Desk Charts, which are down-sized versions of the Wall Charts. First Form and Second Form are packaged together.

The Student Text includes historical notes and photos of current scenes and artifacts. The Lesson Plans provide week-by-week daily checklists of the Text and Workbook lessons, assignments, review, drills, quizzes, and tests. Incorporating Famous Men of Rome (also published by Memoria) is optional but will add an additional historical element into the study. ~ Janice

Category Description for Second Form Latin:

Five units, 26 lessons, five unit reviews. Covers nouns (1st - 5th declensions; dative and genitive cases), adjectives (1st, 2nd, & 3rd declensions), pronouns (1st and 2nd person), prepositions (ablative, accusative), and verbs (present, perfect, passive; 1st - 4th conjugations). Reviews all material from First Form Latin.

Category Description for Memoria Press Classical Curriculum:

Memoria Press now offers complete Curriculum Manuals and grade-level curriculum packages for PK-10 using the classical methodology. Recitation is used in every level for memorization of basic facts, systematic phonics and good books are used for reading education, copywork is used for teaching Bible truths, and music and art are included for enrichment in the early (K-3) levels. Each Curriculum Manual contains complete lesson plans for a one-year course of study.

The Curriculum Manuals are well-formatted and easy to use. In the front of each book you will find a checklist of the materials needed at that level, an explanation of this curriculum, instructions for lesson implementation, a recommended schedule and blank schedule for your own planning purposes, and 33 weeks of detailed lesson plans. Lessons include assignments from the books used at each grade level, as well as activity suggestions. The appendices include a variety of material for that grade level, and may include: prayers, letter activities, recitation, memory verses, read-aloud book list, poetry list and selections, and a paintings/music list for kindergarten and first grade. These pages are reproducible for family or classroom use.

Although most of the guides have been available for several years, the curriculum was restructured in 2015, with many of the programs originally included in 3rd grade now with a slower pacing to span 3rd and 4th grade. Guides for grades 3 and up have been modified to reflect this change, while the lower-level guides have only had minor changes. If you are already midway into the program with the original guides, you can still continue in that track with the older guides, now titled Acclerated Classical Core Curriculum Manual. You can find these along with the complete list of curriculum resources used with them on our website.

We have complete grade-level resource packages, consumable packages for “refill,” new user packages for levels that reuse resources from a previous level, read-aloud packages for each level and science and enrichment packages for the early levels. Curriculum resources are also listed individually (see website for specific contents of consumables and read-aloud packages). Please note that several of the programs include First Form Latin and Classical Composition, which should be completed in order, regardless of what is in the grade level package.If you have a student entering the program after fourth grade, you will need to start them in Classical Composition: Fable Stage and/or First Form Latin instead of what might be in the package.

This series is for the parent who wants a good classical curriculum which is outlined and ready to use. Simply open the book and follow the instructions. You will be well on your way to a quality education for your young ones. ~ Donna

Accelerated curriculum guides are available from Memoria Press for families who wish to move at a faster pace than the Classical Core Curriculum pace.If you begin at the Accelerated Pace and find it too difficult, it is possible to transition to the Classical Core Curriculum.

Category Description for Memoria Press Sixth Grade Curriculum:

Grade 6 moves on to Second Form Latin, Famous Men of the Middle Ages, Classical Composition III, English Grammar Recitation III, and Geography II. Medieval literature selections include King Arthur, Robin Hood, Adam of the Road, and Door in the Wall. Science is the study of birds and medicine. However, if the student has not completed First Form Latin or Classical Composition I (both series should be completed in order), you should choose these courses instead. Story of the World Vol. 3 is suggested as summer reading.

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My daughter is almost finished with First Form Latin. She has been doing well with the program, working at our own pace (about 18 mos), so no reason not to continue with Second Form! Having the DVD and flashcards has really helped; haven't really used the CD.
Elsa C on Nov 10, 2017
We did First Form Latin & really liked it.
Wendy B on Aug 14, 2017
My daughter is almost finished with First Form Latin. She has been doing well with the program, working at our own pace (about 18 mos), so no reason not to continue with Second Form! Having the DVD and flashcards has really helped; haven't really used the CD.
Elsa C on Nov 10, 2017
3 Teens in our family are taking this.
Laura W on Sep 6, 2017
We did First Form Latin & really liked it.
Wendy B on Aug 14, 2017
Memoria Press Latin is the best!
Angela R on Aug 9, 2017
Required by school
Cindy G on Jun 24, 2017
We used the First Form Latin Set and were very satisfied. I expect the same from the Second Form.
Leigh M on Feb 7, 2017
Loved First Form
Marion G on Feb 3, 2017
Loved First Form Latin, great way to learn Latin
Jerian P on Oct 11, 2016
My son is completing First Form Latin and wants to continue
Karen B on Aug 18, 2016
Completed First Form Latin successfully and wanted to continue through program
Ellen R on Aug 1, 2016
This is a fantastic Latin program that I used with my son in his 10th grade year. The video instructor, Glen Moore, is wonderfully funny and engaging in a very understated way. Sometimes my son would pause the video till I could come in and laugh with him at some wisecrack. It's a thorough program, and although it could be used with younger students, we found it plenty rigorous for a full year of high school Latin.
Gretchen P on Jul 28, 2016
First Form Latin is an excellent course! It is very well organized, logical, methodical, precise, and the video instructor was just funny enough for my 6th grade student. It covers more in one year than other Latin programs we have done previously, and more thoroughly. We are looking forward to continuing with Second Form this year!
Cyndi B on Jul 22, 2016
Finished First Form Latin and liked the curriculum.
Jeanette C on Jun 13, 2016
we appreciate how methodical and easily straight forward this foreign language curriculum is. This is the second year of Latin that my son is learning (he is in 7th grade right now)
Geralyn D on Dec 17, 2015
We just completed First Form Latin.
Laura R on Nov 27, 2015
3 Teens in our family are taking this.
Laura W on Sep 6, 2017
Memoria Press Latin is the best!
Angela R on Aug 9, 2017
Is this the most current edition?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Our material has a 2010 copyright.
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My older sons took latin in middle school starting w/ Ecce Romani. I bought this series for my homeschool son. He loves Latin (started last year w/ Latin first form) and enjoys the CD. Only issue we have is that during dec endings recitation, the teacher says the endings too quickly. Hard to follow and keep up.
September 23, 2016

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