ARLT Latin Refresher Day: Registration Now Open!

ARLT Latin Refresher Day: Registration Now Open!

The Association for Latin Teaching Annual Refresher Day 2020 INSET by practising teachers for practising teachers Saturday 7th MarchThe London Oratory School Registration now open through Eventbrite:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/arlt-refresher-day-2020-tickets-89584372269 or search ARLT Refresher Day 2020 Tickets cost £40 (including lunch and refreshments) Timetable 09.30               Registration and refreshments 10.00 – 10:45  Introduction followed by Professor William Fitzgerald of […]

Athens In The Classical Period

Athens In The Classical Period

Athens In The Classical Period is a book aimed at helping GCSE students taking the OCR Classical Greek course.  It is in its 3rd edition, which is now available on Kindle, as a paperback or as a copiable .pdf resource for teachers: Kindle:  https://www.amazon.co.uk/Athens-Classical-Period-Updated-Starter-ebook/dp/B082ZT8FK6/. Paperback:  https://www.amazon.co.uk/Athens-Classical-Period-Updated-Starter/dp/1679158899/.  PDF:  https://www.schools.uk/index.php/on-line-shop/item/54-athens-in-the-classical-period-3rd-edition.    The book was initially designed to serve as […]

Update on the MASSOLIT Collection

Update on the MASSOLIT Collection

MASSOLIT Classics Collection Now 579 lectures across 88 courses covering the history, literature, culture, philosophy and languages of Ancient Greece and Rome! MASSOLIT Classics Collection consists of short video lectures designed and delivered by senior academics from top universities (including Oxford and Cambridge). Ideal for classroom use, independent research, and preparing students for higher education. […]

Open Book Publishers Questionnaire

Open Book Publishers Questionnaire

The Cambridge Faculty of Classics is conducting a brief survey on the set text commentaries from Open Book Publishers. If you have used their books on Cicero, Verrines; Virgil, Aeneid 4; Tacitus, Annals 15; Cicero, On Pompey’s Command; Ovid, Metamorphoses 3 (Pentheus); Cicero, Philippic 2; and/ or Virgil, Aeneid 11, please share you views by […]