We have two new products up that are actually the same: Supplemental Religious Material for Latin. What do I mean? One is a less expensive family version with a slightly more expensive co-op or classroom version. Make sense?
From here on out, co-op / classroom versions will come with 365 days of access to the link. Family versions will have ongoing access. Plus, I think with both of these options, the vendor can update the product, you gain access to the new product and can download it again, within the time allotted.
Yay for learning more about how to do this stuff!
Today’s new products, Supplemental Religious Material for Latin – Co-op or Classroom Use and Supplemental Religious Material for Latin – Family Use, are perfect for any Lutheran family introducing, or pursuing, Latin study! There’s basic (non-grammar) memory work, phrases, advice, etc.
Odds are, if you are even mildly curious about Lutheran texts in Latin, you’ll want this as a great starting place and resource for your whole family or school!
There are good Latin curriculum choices out there. At the same time, they don’t necessarily include Latin from specifically Lutheran traditions and sources. Hence, I’ve started to compile a) places to start so that Latin-learners can broach translation work with some familiar Lutheran texts, b) supplemental religious memory work to introduce familiar Lutheran phrases and texts to our Latin students, and c) a little advice along the way.
This document does not include grammar charts or explanations. It doesn’t even necessarily translate. It is, however, still very user friendly, even to those without much experience in Latin, and it does feature the following:
- Suggested Resources
- Supplemental Religious Memory Work
- A Little Word Vocabulary Help
- Latin text of the Creeds
- Three of the most common Latin hymn texts
- “A Mighty Fortress” translated into Latin
- The O Antiphons in Latin
Both of these are basically mark-as-you-go resources. There’s a title or indication of section with a place to mark, but not the full text. Check them out to see what i mean.
I hope these can be helpful. 🙂 If you look them over and see room for improvement, let me know and we’ll try to improve them!
Yours in Christ,
I thought I’d let you know that, in better organizing some of the Lutheran Homeschool resource pages, I created/ subdivided so that there are now three new ones:
- Lutheran Parenting Books & More
- A Parenting page that isn’t Lutheran-specific
- A separate Non-Lutheran Curriculum or Schooling Options page
I would warmly welcome suggestions, especially for the two parenting pages. It could be very helpful to have encouragement and perspective at our fingertips!
You can also reply with suggestions on materials you’d like to see us develop.
Mary J Moerbe
Ladies and gentlemen, I’m happy to report that Lutheran educators are plugging away, as we speak, to create new homeschooling resources for LutheranHomeschool.com! Meanwhile, I will do my best to create and improve free resource pages. Today I’m happy to report the newly updated resource page for Lutheran Conferences, Camps, and Retreats.
Thank you, Facebook and Facebook friends, for letting me know about a Washington DC Homeschool Group Trip! You know how you can purchase a group deal to tour somewhere? Why not consider one specifically for homeschool families? 🙂
As you all know, this website and its proponents are still getting things together. Well, it occurred to me that we could have a blog in order to announce new products. Plus, with a blog, we could have a mail list.
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