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What textbooks do you use to teach Latin? How many varieties of Latin curricula have you reviewed? What were the key factors in deciding which textbook you use?

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Our school-wide Latin instruction comes in three parts: [1] For Kindergarten through the 2nd grade, students follow our "Daily Oral Latin" guide during the daily morning routine on a weekly basis, students learn four vocabulary words for familiar items and reciting an assigned conjugation. [2] In grades 3-5, students use Latin for Children, Primers A and B as a graded subject while reviewing our "Daily Oral Latin" as a part of the morning routine. [3] In grades 6-8, we use Latin for Americans and prepare for the National Latin Exam for the Intro and Level I tests. Coursework is guided using our learning management system, Moodle.
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