Classics / Latin Teaching & Learning Resources

Discover outstanding resources for teaching Classical Courses, particularly Latin. Students engage with these materials to foster conceptual understanding, mental acuity and attention to detail while developing critical thinking abilities that allow them to approach even complex problems confidently.

A-Level Latin, GCSE Latin, and more..


Welcome to Educourseware! Here, our commitment to providing teachers with quality teaching materials extends into classical studies and Latin. These disciplines give students an insightful perspective into the ancient world, its languages, literature, history, and culture, leading to an appreciation of its roots in Western civilisation. As part of our effort to help teachers cultivate these essential skills and knowledge, we have carefully assembled an impressive library of Classical Teaching Resources and Latin Teaching Resources designed to meet their varied needs in meeting classical education standards today. These materials cover areas like Latin language instruction as well as ancient Greek and Roman history, mythology and philosophy – among many more!

Our library boasts engaging lesson plans, captivating interactive activities, and thought-provoking multimedia content designed to foster a deeper knowledge of classical studies and their lasting relevance in today’s society. These resources promote critical thinking skills while developing language proficiency amongst students while stimulating curiosity for exploring classical studies from multiple viewpoints.

At Educourseware, we understand the challenges teachers face in engaging their students in classical studies and Latin studies. That’s why our resources feature storytelling elements like historical context and cultural exploration to make learning enjoyable yet purposeful; plus they cater to multiple learning styles and abilities so every child has equal chances to excel and flourish along their classical education journey.

Recognising the significance of keeping abreast of current pedagogical trends and research, our Classical Teaching Resources and Latin Teaching Resources are regularly revised and expanded in order to remain up-to-date and aligned with best practices in classical education. Furthermore, these resources have been designed so as to be easily adaptable across curricula and classroom settings; giving you greater freedom when tailoring lessons specifically to meeting student goals.

At secondary or tertiary levels, our resources will assist in creating an exciting learning environment that fosters language competency, cultural appreciation and historical comprehension for your students. By equipping them with the tools necessary for successfully traversing classical studies’ diverse yet intricate realm, they’ll emerge as more complete individuals who possess both intellectual curiosity and cultural sensibility.

At Educourseware, our mission is to assist academic excellence through high-quality resources that ignite curiosity in students while building classical understanding and lifelong learning in them. Unlock all kinds of possibilities and elevate your teaching experience with our unparalleled Classical Teaching Resources and Latin Teaching Resources!

35 resources available in the following categories:

  • A level Latin (2016 specifications)
    • OCR (H043/H443)
      • Prose Literature 2022-2024
      • Verse Literature 2022-2024
      • Prose Literature 2024-2026
      • Verse Literature 2024-2026

  • A Level Classical Civilisation (2017)
    • Component 1: The World of the Hero
    • Component 2: Culture and the Arts
    • Component 3: Beliefs and Ideas
  • GCSE Latin
    • OCR
      • 2023-24 (Literature)
      • 2025-26 (Literature)
      • Language
      • Literature and Culture

  • GCSE Classical Civilisation (2017 specifications)
    • Group 1: Thematic Study 
    • Group 2: Literature and Culture

With such a large percentage of the English language stemming from ancient Latin, The study of classical languages and the structures, vocabulary, and meaning the English language can be explored in a more in-depth manner. The study of Latin, with its highly organized grammar and complex terminology and phrases, is a study in the oratory arts and is crucial to students who are wanting to pursue a career in Law.

GCSE Latin

The coursework covers the following aspects:

  1. Latin Language – incorporating the comprehension and translation of Latin passages and the recognition of grammatical structures
  2. Latin Literature – studying Latin texts, proses and verses like – A Day at the Races, Schools, and Education
  3. Roman Civilization – the study of topics like Roman Entertainment and Leisure, Religion in the Roman World

The Classical Courses will help students develop their ability to communicate and will broaden their English vocabulary by understanding the Latin roots of the English language and other European languages. They will develop a keen awareness of how languages work and how they have been influenced by the Roman civilization as well as the influence on our modern culture.

Classical Civilization GCSE (OCR)

Studying the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome will provide students with a broad understanding of how those societies functioned and how they influenced the development of our modern culture. The fictional stories from Classical Civilizations like the Iliad and The Odyssey have been used in modern epic feature films like Troy and many others. These stories are engaging and exciting to read in their own right and stand alone as literary masterpieces. With source materials available in English, students can enjoy the study of Classical Civilizations without having the mastery of Latin or Greek.

This highly respected course has two key aspects:

  1. Thematic Study – the exploration of the Myths and Religions of the Ancient World
  2. Literature and Culture – Understanding War and Warfare in the Ancient World

A-Level Latin

The A-Level coursework will expand the students’ understanding of Literature of the Ancient World by guiding them through the set works in a more in-depth manner. The coursework has 2 sections, Prose and Verse Literature, where students and teachers have the opportunity to critically analyze chosen authors in greater detail. The OCR A-Level course also encourages learners to read extra texts from the ancient authors to gain a better understanding of the context of the chosen texts. This process will have students study at least 4 different authors in their preparation for their final exams

  • What are Classics/Latin Education Teaching Resources?

    Classics/Latin education teaching resources are invaluable resources for any student or educator looking to study one of the world's oldest and most fascinating languages - Latin. Since it dates back so far in history, no doubt an abundance of resources exists that help make studying Latin accessible.

    The courseware provides step-by-step instructions for teaching Latin grammar, syntax and diction; literary texts including poetry, prose and epic works such as Virgil's Aeneid; as well as teaching materials which make teaching simpler by providing guidance as to where each topic related to Classics/Latin education should focus.

    Secondary level students (ages 11-18) typically choose from A Level and GCSE qualifications: Advanced Level and General Certificate of Secondary Education respectively. Most schools provide their own study guides that outline which topics need to be covered for these qualifications; such as whether an essay must be written in verse or prose form--these guides are invaluable resources for both teachers preparing lessons as well as students learning independently outside the classroom setting.

    Classical learning resources go well beyond courseware and study guides; these include online tutorials featuring helpful tricks aimed at aiding comprehension of complex material; textbooks relevant to any syllabus being employed; practice exams that simulate official exams with questions similar to those found there; vocabulary lists covering key concepts; audio recordings that allow students to listen while concentrating solely on pronunciation rather than visual aids; story reimaginings set in contemporary settings (such as high school cafeterias instead of historical palaces) that feature readings from classical texts in modern settings (such as high school cafeterias); story reimaginings (which take readings from classic texts that adapt them into familiar stories featuring familiar settings such as high school cafeterias instead); vocabulary lists covering key concepts covered; vocabulary lists covering key concepts covered; audio recordings so students focus only listen while listening while paying close attention only; story reimaginings featuring readings from iconic classical texts but adapted into modern narratives featuring familiar settings instead; plus much more).

    Overall, there is plenty of material both off-the-shelf and within teachers' own creative capacities available to increase our understanding of classic languages such as Latin - making their study simpler than ever for those beginning studies today!