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How are you, Achilles? Angry at Agamemnon? In mourning for Patroclus? Enraged at Hector? Enjoy the immortal plot of Homer’s Iliad while learning Latin words for emotions in this simple primer.


Recommended for Latin learners age 13 and up. Because of the plot of the Iliad, this book acknowledges the existence of death, though no violence is depicted on-page.


Includes: picture book with text in Latin; matching activity; word search activity; coloring pages; glossary


This 1-year subscription gives online access to Quid Agis Achilles for a teacher and up to 180 students.  Each listen and read story includes a printable index and activities.  All individual accounts include e-notebooks, which can be used by teachers for lesson plans and notes, and used by students to reflect on their reading and comprehension. Teachers can view the entries in these student notebooks and keep students accountable with the time-per-file tracker. 



Quid Agis Achilles byMadelyn Waehner

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