Just Published (July 2021): “Aulus Anser”

Aulus Anser is my newest Level A novella, joining company with Ego Polyphemus and Lars Romam Odit as an accessible to beginner-level readers of Latin. Like Lars, I turned my attention away from mythology to Roman culture. Specifically, the novel includes such cultural topics as the hills of Rome, the Capitoline geese, the Gallic invasion …

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So, about those levels…

Frequent readers of my novellas may have notice a silent, subtle change in my most recent books: instead of listing my novellas in the order that they were published (which made sense when there were only three or four of them), I've decided to arrange and market them in a way that can be a …

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iFLT Takeaway #2: It’s All About Structure

This is my fifth year teaching in a CI-centered language classroom.  The first year was magical.  I had students who were used to doing things the traditional way.  I quickly changed the paradigm, and the students rejoiced.  Latin class was fun.  It was relevant.  It was student-centered and student-driven.  We were speaking, writing, reading, and …

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