Visual Latin 1 & 2

Visual Latin lessons pair three videos with worksheets and online flashcards to guide students from grammar concepts, to practice sentences, to reading in Latin. Kids everywhere love it! Dwane Thomas is a Latin magician: he’s spent over 15 years turning students into Latin speakers and readers. His secret? He’s one of those unique teachers who makes learning difficult subjects fun and enjoyable. Thousands of children have already been transformed through his magic: let yours be next.

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Dwane Thomas is a Latin magician: he’s spent over 15 years turning students into Latin speakers and readers. His secret? He’s one of those unique teachers who makes learning difficult subjects fun and enjoyable. Thousands of children have already been transformed through his magic: let yours be next.

Some unique benefits to Visual Latin:

  • Uses a combination of short videos and worksheets for different learning styles
  • Keeps children engaged through clear explanations and fun humor
  • Includes Latin translations of simplified Vulgate Bible in every lesson
  • Combines the best aspects of the natural and traditional methods of learning

Visual Latin includes:

  • 3 videos per lesson covering Grammar, Sentences, and Reading
  • PDF Worksheets
  • Weekly Quizzes
  • Quizlet Vocabulary Flashcards Online
  • Teacher’s Guide with Scope and Sequence

Note: Dwane Thomas uses ecclesiastical pronounciation in Visual Latin. For an explanation of the differences, watch this video.

Make sure to visit our Resources page for additional Latin learning materials.

  • Why Study Latin?
  • How Visual Latin Works

 

  1. Being Verbs Basics | To Be and Not to Be
  2. Being Verbs Basics | Predicate Nominatives and Adjectives
  3. Gender | Boy Words and Girl Words
  4. Singular and Plural | E Pluribus Unum
  5. Declensions | Meet the Cases
  6. Adjectives Learn to Agree with Nouns
  7. The Case Files | Nominative and Genitive
  8. Counting to 10 in Latin
  9. Active Verb Basics | Indicative Mood
  10. The Case Files | Accusative
  11. The Case Files | Vocative
  12. Changing Your Moods | Imperative & Indicative
  13. The Case Files | Ablative
  14. Meet the Pronouns & Question Words
  15. Pronouns | Relative
  16. Accusing Prepositions of Accusative Case
  17. Verbs | Active & Passive
  18. The Case Files | Dative
  19. Pronouns | 1st & 2nd Person Personal
  20. Pronouns | 3rd Person Personal
  21. Pronouns | Demonstratives: this, these
  22. Pronouns | Demonstratives: that, those
  23. Pronouns | Relative and Interrogative
  24. Pronouns | Possessive
  25. Nouns | 3rd Declension – Regular and i-stem
  26. Verbs | Infinitives – Active and Passive
  27. Verbs | Infinities – Ability, Negation & Indirect
  28. Nouns | 3rd Declension – Neuter
  29. Nouns | 4th Declension
  30. Adjectives | Positive & Comparative
  31. Nouns | 5th Declension & Superlative Adjectives
  32. Adjectives | Irregular Comparison
  33. 1 to 100 | Cardinals, Ordinals, and Fractions
  34. Pronouns | Reflexive
  35. Adjectives | Indefinite & Irregular
  36. Conjugations and Macrons
  37. Verbs | Present Tense
  38. Verbs | Imperfect Tense
  39. Verbs | Future Tense
  40. Verbs | Four Principle Parts Review
  41. Principle Parts
  42. Supine/Perfect Passive Participle
  43. The Other Participles
  44. Future Infinitives
  45. Perfect Tense
  46. Pluperfect Tense
  47. Future Perfect Tense
  48. Volo, Nolo, Malo
  49. Deponent Verbs
  50. Impersonal Verbs
  51. Gerunds
  52. Adverbs
  53. Introduction to Subjunctive
  54. Ut and Ne
  55. Imperfect Subjunctive
  56. Gerundives
  57. Perfect, Fear and Cum
  58. Pluperfect, Indirect Discourse
  59. Verbs | Ablative Absolute
  60. Verbs | Fio, Comparative Subjunctive

Visual Latin Lesson 1A – Grammar

Visual Latin Lesson 1B – Sentences

Visual Latin Lesson 1C – Reading

Frequently Asked Visual Latin Questions

There are always some basic Visual Latin questions we often hear. We’ve tried to pull all of them together in one place so you don’t have to go hunting about. (Or so we hope…)

What age is Visual Latin for?

10 and up. Kids need to be able to read, but other than that, elementary kids love it, middle school kids love it, high school kids love it, college kids… you get the point.

How is everything sequenced out? In other words, what’s a full year of Latin look like?

Visual Latin has two sections to it: Latin 1 and Latin 2. Each is intended to be taught in a single school year (although you can certainly speed up or slow down as you desire). Both sections have 30 classes in each, which correlates to about 1 class a week.

Is Visual Latin good for high school credit?

In terms of the material it covers, Visual Latin Latin 1 (Lessons 1-30) and Latin 2 (Lessons 31-60) are each good for one high school foreign language credit (2 credits total). By itself, however, it will not provide a full 150 hours of work. Some parents are less concerned about this, but others may want to provide extra supporting materials for upper level high school students. For those who do, we recommend supplementing Latin 1 with Lingua Latina per se Illustrata. (The older version of LL without color is the same text and perfectly acceptable.) We have created a free Visual Latin/Lingua Latina Teaching Guide that you can use to match them together over a two-year period. [Note that Lingua Latina is a unique Latin only, college-level book. Visual Latin has been modeled on this book, and in terms of content, teaches exactly the same things.]

If I buy the downloads, do I have to download all the files at one time?

No. The download links stay in your account and you can access them anytime.

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