|Site overview of content and navigation|
The site comprises 8 main Areas along with a small number of individual pages which do not naturally belong in any one Area.
The navigation used throughout is constructed as follows. Within each of the 8 Areas, a left hand menu, specific to that Area, gives access to all of the main sub-sections within the Area. Where there are multiple pages within a sub-section, these pages can be accessed by means of a right-hand menu. To change from one of the 8 Areas to another, click any link to the 'Main Entrance' (there's even a "hidden" one at the top of every left hand menu) and select the desired Area.
The 8 Areas of the Site are listed below:
For people of all ages who would like to enrol on a distance learning course in Latin from the University of Cambridge. The Area gives full details of each course offered and has 43 pages.
Designed to support all users of the Cambridge Latin Course. Free online activities are available for each of the 48 Stages in the 4 Units of the CLC. Information on, and support for, the CLC E-Learning Resource is also available. This Area has 113 pages.
Designed to support all users of the Cambridge Latin Anthology. Free online activities are available for all selections in the Anthology, together with weblinks to sites which give further details on the texts. The Area has 23 pages.
For individuals and schools with an interest in speaking and listening, this Area contains support for our storytelling materials War with Troy: the story of Achilles and Return from Troy: the story of Odysseus. The Area has 48 pages.
The Cambridge School Classics Project has produced over 120 publications to support the learning and teaching of Classics for people of all ages. This area contains details on how to purchase all publications currently on sale. The Area has 79 pages.
The Teachers' Area contains information about our annual conference and INSET, a resource sharing forum, our research archive and consultations.Here we mirror the activities to support the teaching and learning of Ancient Greek provided by Eton College.This Area will house interactive activities and links to support the Classical Civilization textbook materials we are developing.
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