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Colloquia Latina: Adapted to the Beginner's Books of Jones, Leighton, and ...
Benjamin L. D'Ooge
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ablativo accusative adjective ancient Rome ancilla Anglice answer the following aqua atque autem books closed Campus Martius castra Certe Charon clause COLLOQUIUM VICESIMUM conj construction Cyclops dative declension defective verb Discipulus domi dominus Eccam EDWARD CHANNING English entis equus ergo Estne fabulam following with books fuit Galba Genava genitive gerund habeo haec hercle History hodie igitur inter iterum januam Latin Lesson magister meaning Mehercle memoria Menippus method mihi Minime vero miserum narras nihil nomen Nonne NOTES AND QUESTIONS noun Numquam nunc obsecro omnes onis oris pater pensum plagas possum potest Price by mail procul pron pronoun puer quae quam Quid quidem Quis quod regulam Roman Rome Salve sententiam Styx subjunctive sunt tamen teachers tense tion Trans urbe verb verbum volo Wellesley College WILLIAM FRANCIS ALLEN word
Page 90 - Introduction uj>on the Topical Method of Instruction in History. By WILLIAM FRANCIS ALLEN, Professor in the University of Wisconsin. Price by mail, 30 cents. Large Outline Map of the United States. Edited by EDWARD CHANNING, PH.D., and ALBERT B. HART, PH.D., Instructors in History in Harvard University. For the use of Classes in History, in Geography, and in Geology. Price by mail, 60 cents. Small Outline Map of the United States.
Page 90 - Price, 2 cents each, or $1.50 per hundred. We publish also small Outline Maps of North America, South America, Europe, Central and Western Europe, Asia, Africa, Great Britain, and the World on Mercator's Projection. These maps will be found invaluable to classes in history, for use in locating prominent historical points, and for indicating physical features, political boundaries, and the progress of historical growth.
Page 80 - ... who does not understand Latin is like one who walks through a beautiful region in a fog ; his horizon is very close to him. He sees only the nearest things clearly, and a few steps away from him the outlines of everything become indistinct or wholly lost. But the horizon of the Latin scholar extends far and wide through the centuries of modern history, the Middle Ages, and antiquity.
Page 83 - Students and Teachers of History will find the following to be invaluable aids: — Studies in General History. (1000 BC to 1880 AD) An Application of the Scientific Method to the Teaching of History. By MARY D. SHELDON, formerly Professor of History in Wellesley College.
Page 88 - Meets the needs of students preparing for college, of schools in which Ancient History takes the place of General History, and of students who have used an ordinary manual, and wish to make a spirited and helpful review.
Page 90 - College. This book has been prepared in order that the general student may share in the advantages of the Seminary Method of Instruction. It is a collection of historic material, interspersed with problems whose answers the student must work out for himself from original historical data. In this way he is trained to deal with the original historical data of his own time. In short, it may be termed an exercise book in history and politics.
Page 90 - We publish also small Outline Maps of North America, South America, Europe, Central and Western Europe, Asia, Africa, Great Britain and the World on Mercator's Projection. These maps will be found invaluable to classes in history, for use in locating prominent historical points, and for indicating physical features, political boundaries, and the progress of historical growth. Price, 2 cents each, or $1.50 per hundred. POLITICAL AND PHYSICAL WALL MAPS. We handle both the JOHNSTON and STANFORD series,...
Page 88 - Mary, studies in Greek and Roman history; or, studies in general history from 1000 BC to 476 AD Boston, Heath XII, 255 p.
Page 83 - which can be extended according to the resources at hand. The material given consists of maps, pictures, lists of important events, men, works, and deeds, tables of political organizations, and extracts from original sources, including constitutions, creeds, laws, chronicles and poems. It is accompanied by questions which are of the nature of problems, the answers to which must be worked out by the pupil himself from the given data.
Page 86 - Ephraim Emerton, of Harvard University. On Methods of Teaching Political Economy. By Dr. Richard T. Ely, Johns Hopkins University. Historical Instruction in the Course of History and Political Science at Cornell University. By President 'Andrew D. White, Cornell University. Advice to an Inexperienced Teacher of History. By WC Collar, AM, Head Master of Roxbury Latin School. A Plea for Archaeological Instruction.