Cornell College Classical Studies
About Cornell Academics Admissions Alumni Athletics Offices Library
Home > Pedagogy

Resources for Latin and Greek Teachers

Related Topics


Ariadne: Resources for Athenaze
Let's Review Greek!

Pedagogical Materials
Roman Portraits
Scriba Software
VRoma Project


Annotated Bibliography: Selected Resources for Teaching Latin and Greek
from When Dead Tongues Speak: Teaching Beginning Greek and Latin, ed. by John Gruber-Miller. APA Classical Resources Series. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. Updated annually.

Ariadne: Resources for Athenaze
This website is designed to offer activities that integrate language and culture and to help Greek language students and their teachers see the ancient world through others' eyes: women, metics, slaves, non-Athenians, and non-Greeks. Images, audio, oral scripts, reading passages, writing exercises, and thought-provoking questions about Greek culture.

Latin Links, especially for the Oxford Latin Course
Links to on-line exercises, Quintus Horatius Flaccus, Roman culture, and easy Latin texts.

Latin Language Teaching Methodologies, a collection of online articles at

Latin Textbooks Organized by Teaching Methodology: Latin textbooks organized by grammar-translation, reading, audio-lingual, direct, fusion, and Total Physical Response Storytelling at

Gareth Morgan, Textbook Analysis: A Refresher Course (Texas Classical Association)

Let's Review Greek!
A website designed for beginning and intermediate Greek students who are looking for reading passages easy enough for their level. All reading passages are linked to a dictionary and morphological analyzer and are designed to take only 15-30 minutes to read. A great way to keep up your Greek language skills between courses or over the summer!

Riley Collection of Roman Portrait Sculpture
is a series of web pages on Roman Imperial portrait sculptures at the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art as well as their historical and cultural context. The website, sponsored by the VRoma Project, features portraits of emperors and senators, as well as men, women and children during the height of the Roman empire: images, descriptions, family trees, lesson plans, additional links and more.

Teaching Classical Languages, a peer-reviewed, online journal dedicated to exploring how we teach (and how we learn) Greek and Latin. TCL is sponsored by the Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS).

The Essentials of Language Teaching (NCLRC), an excellent review of Language Teaching Principles (e.g., what language teaching is, planning a lesson, motivating learners) and Language Teaching Practice (e.g., teaching grammar, teaching reading, teaching culture).

When Dead Tongues Speak: Teaching Beginning Greek and Latin. Ed. by John Gruber-Miller. American Philological Association Classical Resources Series. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. ISBN 019517495X. One can preview this book at Google Books. Stephen M. Trzaskoma's BMCR review is also available.

Additional Resources for Latin and Greek Teachers
features materials for teaching Latin, Latin and Greek texts and translations, easy and intermediate Latin texts on-line, resources for particular textbooks, lesson plans for teaching ancient Rome, and the ancient Olympic Games.


Cornell College
600 First Street West
Mt Vernon, IA 52314

John Gruber-Miller
(319) 895-4326

Maintained by: Classical Studies Last Update: January 9, 2019 12:34 pm
600 First Street West, Mt. Vernon, Iowa, 52314 ©2003 Cornell College; All Rights Reserved