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Oxford Latin Course By M. G. Balme

Oxford Latin Course
by M. G. Balme

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A new edition of the Oxford Latin Course which combines both modern and traditional methods of Latin teaching from first stages to GCSE. Completely revised and restructured, the book is based on the reading of original texts. Parts I-III are built around a narrative detailing the life of Horace, based closely on historical sources.
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Oxford Latin Course Reviews


"This is the best-looking survey course material I have seen for intermediate Latin students. It is not only attractive in presentation, but also an excellent grammar review for my students."--Bette J. Ruellan, University of San Francisco
"Very much suited to the needs of the inexperienced student both in content of the selection and in practical exercises on grammar."--Sister Therese M. Dougherty, College of Notre Dame
"This is the best that I have even used in an elementary Latin sequence. It strikes a good balance between the 'inductive' and 'deductive' approaches....The readings...are compelling and appropriately challenging."--Brenda Fineberg, Knox College
"Exciting! Just what I've been looking for--selections and layout are appealing and conducive to student success."--Marilee Consalvo, Sacopee Valley High School, Cornish, ME
"Just perfect for our students' first reading course. They will be delighted by the selections, as well as informed. I am particularly pleased with the exercises that complement the readings."--Alysa J. Ward, University of Georgia


"This is the best-looking survey course material I have seen for intermediate Latin students. It is not only attractive in presentation, but also an excellent grammar review for my students."--Bette J. Ruellan, University of San Francisco
"Very much suited to the needs of the inexperienced student both in content of the selection and in practical exercises on grammar."--Sister Therese M. Dougherty, College of Notre Dame
"This is the best that I have even used in an elementary Latin sequence. It strikes a good balance between the 'inductive' and 'deductive' approaches....The readings...are compelling and appropriately challenging."--Brenda Fineberg, Knox College
"Exciting! Just what I've been looking for--selections and layout are appealing and conducive to student success."--Marilee Consalvo, Sacopee Valley High School, Cornish, ME
"Just perfect for our students' first reading course. They will be delighted by the selections, as well as informed. I am particularly pleased with the exercises that complement the readings."--Alysa J. Ward, University of Georgia

"This is the best-looking survey course material I have seen for intermediate Latin students. It is not only attractive in presentation, but also an excellent grammar review for my students."--Bette J. Ruellan, University of San Francisco
"Very much suited to the needs of the inexperienced student both in content of the selection and in practical exercises on grammar."--Sister Therese M. Dougherty, College of Notre Dame
"This is the best that I have even used in an elementary Latin sequence. It strikes a good balance between the 'inductive' and 'deductive' approaches....The readings...are compelling and appropriately challenging."--Brenda Fineberg, Knox College
"Exciting! Just what I've been looking for--selections and layout are appealing and conducive to student success."--Marilee Consalvo, Sacopee Valley High School, Cornish, ME
"Just perfect for our students' first reading course. They will be delighted by the selections, as well as informed. I am particularly pleased with the exercises that complement the readings."--Alysa J. Ward, University of Georgia


"This is the best-looking survey course material I have seen for intermediate Latin students. It is not only attractive in presentation, but also an excellent grammar review for my students."--Bette J. Ruellan, University of San Francisco


"Very much suited to the needs of the inexperienced student both in content of the selection and in practical exercises on grammar."--Sister Therese M. Dougherty, College of Notre Dame


"This is the best that I have even used in an elementary Latin sequence. It strikes a good balance between the 'inductive' and 'deductive' approaches....The readings...are compelling and appropriately challenging."--Brenda Fineberg, Knox College


"Exciting! Just what I've been looking for--selections and layout are appealing and conducive to student success."--Marilee Consalvo, Sacopee Valley High School, Cornish, ME


"Just perfect for our students' first reading course. They will be delighted by the selections, as well as informed. I am particularly pleased with the exercises that complement the readings."--Alysa J. Ward, University of Georgia


Additional information

GOR001603380
Oxford Latin Course: Pt. 3 by M. G. Balme
M. G. Balme
Used - Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
1988-12-01
256
0199120927
9780199120925
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.