Helps for the teaching of Caesar: Studies in the Vocabulary of Caesar's Gallic War
by Gonzalez Lodge & Harry Hopkins Hubbell - 1902
STUDIES IN THE VOCABULARY OF CAESAR'S GALLIC WAR One of the greatest difficulties that meets the teacher is to decide just how much to require of his pupils in the matter of vocabulary, as he proceeds with his reading. It is obvious that a number of the words the pupil comes upon occur too unfrequently to justify the teacher in requiring him to make them a part of his permanent knowledge. On the other hand, it is quite often true that if proper stress has been laid upon the acquisition of the vocabulary already encountered, a much more rapid progress will follow. For these reasons it has appeared desirable to have the vocabulary of the Bellum Gallicum so arranged in lists that the teacher may not only know at any given time just how much ground has been covered, but may have also some indication as to the comparative frequency of the words already met with. Such has been done in the following lists.
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