Student Guide to Latin OCR GCSE Prose A Set Texts 2020-21 (Pliny, Caesar, Livy)

Student Guide to Latin OCR GCSE Prose A Set Texts 2020-21 (Pliny, Caesar, Livy)

Translations and textual analysis of both Prose and Verse set
texts for the GCSE exams in 2020-21. Each text is broken
down into manageable chunks, translated into English and
accompanied by meaningful notes on style, grammar and literary
effects. Additionally, for each text: a brief biography of the
author, cast list showing key relationships and ideas for further
study.

For each section of the text:

  • Aided translation activity – suggested word order, additional
    vocabulary and comprehension questions all support students in
    making sense of the Latin
  • Widely spaced Latin text next to clear translation – perfect
    balance between literal, easy-to-follow translations & an
    eloquent rendering of the text
  • Detailed student-friendly notes deepen their appreciation of
    the text

Plus!

  • Overview and biographical notes put the work in context
  • Key technical vocab highlighted – glossaries included
  • Practice Exam Questions with mark schemes – fully prepare
    your students for the exams!

‘I like the author’s style – nicely written, with a good turn of phrase that is engaging without being imbecilic or overly formal… The numbered Latin really helps with translation at GCSE.’ – C Bird, Latin Teacher & Independent Reviewer

Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.

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