Links for the Week of 28 October

General advice on bellringers: http://public-groups.nea.org/discussion/topic/show/571439 (via @NEAToday)
Link to an article about differentiation in the Classics classroom (scroll down the page; link is to a pdf): http://www.theclassicslibrary.com/2012/10/24/its-time-to-join-jact/ (via @classicslibrary)
A dictionary of mythology (each letter links to a pdf): http://mythreligion.philology.upatras.gr/pages/en/dictionary.html (via @classicslibrary)
Spoken Latin in Middletown, CT, USA on Nov 23 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Brewbakers. (via @KatyReddick)
A new dig will be taking place at Troy: bit.ly/VH7tEU (via @Nihil_Novi_Net)
The Golden Sponge Stick writing contest for students age 8 and up: @http://flavias.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/golden-sponge-stick-comp-2012.html
“Snowboarding in the Circus Maximus? @http://wp.me/p2dVk1-2a” (via @CloacaMaxima2)
An article about the Etruscans: @bit.ly/XCnY26 (via @Nihil_Novi_Net)

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