Teachers have contacted me and offered a number of ways that they use the pdf to enhance instruction. Below are a few worth passing along:
(1) Enlarge the pdf on the screen and connect the computer to a projector to create a quick-and-easy presentation.
(2) Enlarge the pdf on the screen and take screenshot images of the selected text (Mac: shift-command-4, Windows: Snipping tool) to insert in presentations, quizzes, and tests. This is a very easy way to maintain formatting between the book, presentations, and tests.
(3) Copy and paste the Greek or Latin text to insert in translation quizzes and tests.
(4) Use the search function in the pdf to find relevant grammar constructions throughout the commentary: e.g. search “subj” to find all labeled subjunctive constructions and “dat” to find labelled dative constructions.
(5) If the students have mastered the core vocabulary, copy and paste selected dictionary entries from the corresponding vocabulary sections as you read to create vocabulary lists for students to review and memorize.
(6) In a secondary school setting, post the pdf (or a link to the pdf) on your class website and ask that students use the paperback in class and pdf at home or vice versa and not carry the book in their book bags. This is an easy way to discourage daily wear-and-tear on your books and yet ensure that students always have access to the commentary.
If you have any other suggestions to add to this list, please let me know.