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    Henle Latin

    I was wondering if there is a set of flashcards to go with Henle Latin 1? We used MODG's Latin 1A this year, which covers ch 1-3 in Henle I and I was also wondering if there were any good supplements to keep this information fresh over the summer. Something along the lines of Ludere or a review book? Any suggestions?

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    flash cards

    In the Memoria Press lesson plans for Henle I the students make their own flash cards for vocabulary and grammar rules.
    Blessings,
    Jude

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    ds 14
    ds 11
    ds 9
    dd 7
    ds 4
    dd 2
    DD24
    DS21
    DS18
    DS16
    DD14
    DS11
    DD9

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      Henle I

      We were instructed to do that too. I guess I just like the idea of having them all neatly printed, DS 15 is always in a hurry when completing them, and they are not very nice to look at. (This is an issue for another day) Young sir likes to use quizlet, but I like to quiz him myself every week (at least) so that he knows he is accountable for learning them. Are there games or anything in the Memoria press Henle guides? I showed him his brother's Ludere Latin I book today and he said it looked fun. But I'm not sure it's going to reinforce all that he has learned. Maybe I and II? Or is there something else out there?

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        Hello.

        The only supplements we have for Henle are our Study Guides (which are really just lesson plans that keep you moving at a steady progress through the book) and Quizzes & Tests. We are working on a more intensive teacher guide that will have scripted lessons in it, so that may come this fall if we can get it completed this summer.

        Regards,

        Tanya

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          flashcard solution

          I have found the online Anki spaced repetition flashcards to be very helpful. And a bonus is that there is already a full set of Henle I vocabulary on there (look in "shared decks"). Here is the link: http://ankisrs.net/ It's not terribly user friendly at first, but it is well worth the time to learn.
          Tracey

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