Dr. Armstrong's course has numerous drills on the web, keyed to Wheelock. Go to his Latin 1301 and Latin 1302 homepages.
Y ou may obtain a copy of the following drill in the
Foreign Language Lab (311 AH):
LATINITAS FOR THE MACINTOSH
Interactive Latin grammar helper. It contains nearly 2000 vocabulary words which it can inflect to produce hundreds of thousands of different forms for analysis. It offers 5 or 6 different levels of difficulty corresponding to the end of a givenchapter or book in each of these text series: Wheelock, Oxford Latin Course, Cambridge Latin Course, Ecce Romani.
UH has purchased a license that allows students to make free copies from the screen. Go to the FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB, 311AH, with a blank diskette. On a Macintosh, click on FOREIGN LANGUAGE TUTORIALS and then on LATIN. Three icons will appear : one has Guidelines and the other two have LATINITAS (with Wheelock already selected). Version 1.5 begins with chapter 16, Version 2.0 has exercises for the first fifteen chapters as well. It would be wise to put the program on your diskette even if you intend to use it only on campus, because only one student at a time may use it from the server. If you want to make a copy from another Macintosh on campus, you need to go to the Chooser, highlight Appleshare and Agnes Arnold Hall, and then highlight Foreign Language lab. You will be prompted for a password, which will be given in class.
: When you identify INFINITIVES, pay no attention to the Person or Number. The Infinitive, of course, does not have a grammatical person, and its number is singular (that sometimes the participles constituting an infinitive are plural does not make the Infinitive a plural). We are notifying the author: that function should be deactivated for the non-personal forms of the verb.(Pozzi)
ON THE WEB:
Extensive materials in Perseus.
OF LATE ANTIQUITY
Prof. James O'Donnell's website (U. of Pennsylvania) has a treasury of materials for the study of late and medieval Latin. Students in Latin 2302 should take advantage of his page for AUGUSTINE, since selections of his Confessions are included in the Syllabus.
CICERO HOMEPAGE AT THE U. OF TEXAS Texts, information, bibliography.
FOR LATIN TEACHERS
INTERNET LATIN COURSES
PAGINA DOMESTICA VERGILI MARONIS (Vergil Project)
This Pagina Domestica (get it?) of Vergil includes the syllabus and materials of an Internet course offered by Professor Joseph Farrell, University of Pennsylvania, during the 1995 Fall semester. Course and other materials will eventually be part of the online Virgil Project, an interactive resource for the study of Virgil.