This is a compilation of links to online resources for reading and listening to Latin. Each link will include a description, and suggested minimum level. Note that even a higher level Latin student can benefit from “easy” resources. The goal is to interact with Latin that you understand and which is interesting to you.
Forgive the messiness of this list, but I want to get it up and running for teachers and students to use, as soon as possible. I will be modifying and adding periodically.
Link to my page of reading links, many levels:
See this page for a collection of Latin novels/novellas that are currently available free online during the school closures
Magistra Reddick has posted a slide show with prompts and vocabulary for daily check-ins.
Magistra Berg has posted more slides with “small talk” prompts and visuals.
Magister Craft (all levels)
For transcripts of videos, visit these links on his website:
Magister Stoa has started a series of videos for students.
Operation Lapis: Simple Latin readings with vocab help. Work your way through these texts, or jump to ones that are more interesting.
Magister Talley has posted some gaming-based videos which he narrates in Latin
Magister Piantaggini (of Pisoverse fame) has posted videos in which he tells Roman stories, with visuals and text links
Magister P has also posted a few audio files of himself reading his novels:
Magistra Bartlett has recorded herself telling myth stories to her class in Latin. Check out her YouTube page:
Magistra Cunning has published a few Latin Novellas, and has also posted online texts of retellings of famous myths, with illustrations (see sidebar).
Magister Bracey has just set up a Stories collection on his website
My YouTube channel contains many videos in/about Latin (though not much for year 1-2 just yet)
If you like Latin and The Sims, check this out.