You Can’t Speak Latin in Here, This is Latin Class!

ACTFL recommends that 90% of all class time should be spent providing comprehensible input in the target language. This recommendation encounters resistance and hesitance from many traditional modern language teachers, so you can imagine the response from traditional Latin teachers. A typical grammar-translation Latin classroom includes closer to 0% target language usage than it does 90%. […]

Year Two Reflections

Last year was my first full year of teaching Latin with Comprehensible Input.  I teach both 7th and 8th grade so my 8th graders experienced a shift from traditional to CI, while my 7th graders have only experienced Latin through CI.  Overall it was very successful!  I went into the year with a very positive […]

Welcome to CI Latin!

Welcome to my new blog! For those of you who don’t know me, I am a middle school Latin teacher who teaches Latin using Comprehensible Input.  I am fortunate enough to work in an incredible school district in Massachusetts with a thriving Latin program.  I just finished my second full year of teaching exclusively with […]