A collection of resources that can help supplement teachers who use Hans Orberg’s Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata series for delivering Latin to their students.
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- Get a good overview of Hans Orberg and his contribution to Latin here; the article linked outlines some of his major ideas and more about his text, LLPSI and how it should be used.
- Teach And Learn Latin has several various resources on their site, the most relevant (at least for the purposes of this page!) is their notes on the LLPSI series that offers chapter by chapter (mostly) notes.
- The Latin Library has several resources that are built around courses using LLPSI to deliver instruction to their students. The Latin 101 course page offers ancillary materials all the way through Capitulum XV. The Latin 102 course page offers ancillary materials all the way through Capitulum XXVIII. Both are resources are attributed to William Carey.
- CulturaClasica.com offers a plethora of resources to help aid teachers using LLPSI to teach Latin. Some of the resources are in Spanish, which is even more helpful for those of us who may be teaching using CI or TPRS in that it forces us to stay honest and clear of English usage! Lots of resources here!