I have confused someone. Not the first time.
I have a child that has been doing Latin for a few years now, classical conversations and challenge with Henle but I’m afraid I don’t see this working and I am both intrigued and interested to know more about a better way to do this with her. however I am unclear with website, do you use visual Latin and lingua book so that would be the material I would need to buy. And why is Henle listed on website for forum, do you use that. I would like to know what I would have to purchase and why this would be different than just using visual Latin as her course. I liked that they learned to read from the bible, I would rather go straight to that and spending time there and learning Latin translations. so I don’t think I understand enough of your program, I am guessing you are the teacher but how do those other things like visual Latin come in.
Here is my reply:
Many people use Visual Latin alone. There is no need to move on to other courses, like the live courses I teach every year on my site.
However, some students do want to move on from Visual Latin. The live classes on my site are next level, advanced reading classes. I am referring to the classes I teach on Lingua Latina by Hans Ørberg.
And then there are others, like yourself, struggling through Henle Latin. The Henle series is a tough, rather dull, Latin series, as you have likely discovered. Still, some students have to get through it, and want help. Several years ago, I started teaching Henle Latin in live online classes to help those struggling with the book.
You can find more information about Henle Latin in particular right here: https://dwanethomas.com/henle-latin-online-classes/.
Let me know if you need more help!