The newest issue of Teaching Classical Languages (10.2) is now available at tcl.camws.org.
This issue features:
- Letter from the Editor: Ave atque Vale iv
- Referees for Teaching Classical Languages, Volumes 6-10 v
- Learning (and Teaching) Latin Verb Tenses: Applying Second Language Acquisition Research and Analyses of Verb Uses in Context 1
- Special Section: Latin Pedagogy and Pop Music
- What can Taylor Swift do for your Latin Prose Composition students? Using popular music to teach Latin poetry analysis skills. 48
- Never Out of Style: Teaching Latin Love Poetry with Pop Music 71 Theodora B. Kopestonsky
- Music, Meaning, and the Muses: Teaching Latin Intertextuality with Wild Nothing’s “Paradise” 101
Teaching Classical Languages (ISSN 2160-2220) is an open access, peer-reviewed electronic journal dedicated to the teaching and learning of Latin and ancient Greek. The journal welcomes articles offering innovative practice and methods, advocating new theoretical approaches, or reporting on empirical research in teaching and learning Latin and Greek. Contact Yasuko Taoka, Editor, Teaching Classical Languages, Wayne State College, Wayne, NE, email@example.com.