Students study short, easy words and sentences. They learn Latin grammar, and each part is addressed gradually in an inductive way. Each chapter contains interaction between the teacher and his students. This format allows a teacher who may not have had any previous experience in Latin to instruct in Latin. The students answer questions in Latin and in English. They read passages from the Bible in Latin which give them new insights into the meaning of God's Word. They get an overview of Roman history from the kingdom to the Republic, and they learn about mythical Roman gods and goddesses in the light of God's Word.