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Our school still--deliberately--uses a very "old-school" approach with the pre-1990 Jenney's First Year Latin for high school Latin I and II. We are in the process of rethinking our introduction course (7th grade) to introduce some basic grammar forms and concepts--all six tenses of active voice, declensions 1-3, all the cases and their uses comparable to what Jenney's covers through about ch. 18. Does anyone know of a traditional Latin program which addresses these in a way that would prep our students to move through a greater part of Jenney--say, through comparative and superlative adjectives--in their first year course? Is there such a course? Another thing we desire is something with fuller English grammar explanations as students are entering into learning Latin grammar.