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T E ACH T E ACH E R’S GU I DE GU I DE
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A NSW E R K EY A NSW E R K EY

Wheelock’s Latin Wheelock’s Latin
6th Edition, Revised 7th Edition

for for

Richard A. LaFleur Richard A. LaFleur
University of Georgia University of Georgia

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Rev. 5-25-11

“He studied Latin like the violin, because he liked it.” From Robert Frost’s “ The Death of the Hired Man”

IMPORTANT NOTICES: Duplication, copying, or online posting of this guide is a violation of copyright. If you are a student currently enrolled in any Latin class that assigns readings and translations in Wheelock for homework and/or credit and have somehow improperly gained access to this key, such access is strictly prohibited and likely constitutes a violation of your school’s academic-honesty policies.

Teaching Wheelock’s Latin
The seventh edition of Wheelock’s Latin, published in 2011, features a great many revisions intended to make this classic textbook even more effective, more interesting, and more user‑ friendly for both teachers and learners. Following is an overview of the changes: •    e text was entirely re‑keyed, providing the opportunity for formatting and design  Th changes that help clarify each CAPVT’s organization and, along with new photographs and drawings, make the book more visually appealing. •    MALL BOLD CAPITALS are employed to call attention to important new grammatical  S and other technical terms. •    o encourage more active use of the language in the classroom, Latin is employed in the  T CAPVT titles and for section heads (Exercitationes instead of “Practice and Review,” Vocabula for “Vocabulary,” etc.). •    aterial in the footnotes has either been incorporated into the text or deleted. M •    e maps have been updated, and more frequent references appear in the text to  Th encourage their use. •    ignificant revisions have been made in each CAPVT’s grammar discussion section  S (newly titled Grammatica), including systematic introduction and definition of all  parts of speech, earlier introduction of verb synopsis, and clarification of numerous  grammatical points. •    e CAPVT Vocabula have been revised in several ways, including spelling out Th full nominatives for all adjectives, genitives for all nouns, and principal parts for all verbs, even regular first conjugation verbs–thus eliminating abbreviations potentially  distracting to students trying to learn new vocabulary items for the first time. Each  list is preceded by a brief discussion of new or exceptional types of words that will be encountered, as well as general suggestions on how to master vocabulary. •    imilarly, each CAPVT’s Lectiones et Translationes (“Readings and Translations”) S section opens with a...
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