Wheelock Help
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Supplementary Aids

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of Internet sites with help for the Wheelock text. Some are excellent and others are good; many offer the same kind of help. I've pared down the list to the few that I use regularly in my teaching.

Audio

The official Wheelock site now offers audio files for the sentences and readings, indispensible if you're studying on your own: Wheelock Audio Files.

Additional Readings

If you'd like more readings that accompany the Wheelock chapters, 38 Latin Stories is a good choice.

Online Flashcard

In addition to the physical flash cards for the chapter vocabulary available at the official Wheelock website, there is a useful online flash card drill at Quia: Wheelock at Quia.

After Wheelock

I've revamped an old graded reader that will help you bridge the gap between studying Latin grammar and reading authentic Latin prose: Getting to Read Latin.

Online Tutoring and Classes

If you need additional coaching, I recommend three online possibilities:

ClassicsProfessor.com (for the adult autodidact)

Schola Tutorials (for traditional homeschooled students)

Regina Coeli (for traditional homeschooled students)

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