Resources: Articles

Click on the links below for articles on the following subjects: 

Inclusion in Classics

Communicative approaches and comprehensible input

Teaching difficult and sensitive subjects

Teaching students with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

You may also be interested in following one or more of the journals or blogs mentioned elsewhere on the site.

The following articles may be of general interest to Classics teachers: 

Interview with Bettany Hughes about the importance of teaching Classics

Runciman Award website

The cult of Mary Beard

Charlotte Higgins / The Guardian

Profile of Mark Zuckerberg in which he mentions his lifelong fascination with Ancient Rome, particularly Augustus

Evan Osnos / New Yorker

Classical Allusions and Literary Techniques in the Music of Jay-Z

Samuel Ortencio Flores / Society for Classical Studies

Parents signing up for Latin lessons to give their children the edge at school

Robert Mendick / The Telegraph

Students learn to speak Latin, 'the un-dead language'

Zoe Greenberg / Boston Globe

Interview with Bill VanPatten: three most important things for SLA classroom practice

Karen Rowan / IFJLT

Non-elite Latin for the classroom

Brandon Conley / Sententiae Antique

Smash Doodle for the Latin Classroom

John P. Piazza

Is "reading" Latin impossible?

Tom Keeline / Latinium

Do we need to do "post-reading" activities?

TPRS

A guide to how to do a MovieTalk

TPRS

Spoken Latin in the Works of C.S. Lewis

Tom Hendrickson / In Medias Res

Classics between prosperity and crisis: Greek and Latin education in 21st-century Holland

Bas van Bommel / Addisco

The research supporting the comprehensible input hypothesis and C. I. instruction

Chris Stoltz / TPRS Q&A

Language and Language Teaching

Stephen Krashen et al.

But didn't you do grammar-translation?

Seumus Macdonald / The Patrologist

The Rebellion of the 1%

Magister Bracey

Lingua Latina per se illustrata (Orberg's account of his own work) 

Hans Orberg / ARLT

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