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Introduction to Latin Course V

Dr. Karen Wieland (Literacy/dyslexia & Latin)
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(445)
Join Dr. Karen Wieland's fifth course in the Introduction to Latin series. Using Latin For Children—Primer B (Larsen & Perrin, 2018) and supplemental materials, students learn Latin vocabulary and grammar and translate short historical texts.

Class experience

1. Students will add another 200+ Latin baseboards to the 500+ baseboards they mastered in earlier courses.
2. Students will review previously studied grammatical concepts, including First and Second Noun Declensions, Present Indicative, Imperfect, and Future Verb Tense Conjugations, and hundreds of previously studied words.
3. Students will learn several new irregular verb conjugations in three tenses.
4. Students will learn about Third Declension nouns.
5. Students will develop proficiency in translating sentences, from English to Latin and Latin to English, that illustrate target grammatical concepts and vocabulary.
6. Students will develop proficiency in translating short historical and literacy passages from Latin to English using text glosses and their dictionaries as aides.
7. Students will engage in conversational Latin using the types of discussion frameworks typically taught in beginning world language classes.  
8. Students will brainstorm about and investigate English words that are derived from studied Latin vocabulary.
9. Students will learn collaboratively by playing online study games to reinforce target Latin vocabulary and grammar.

I am a dedicated and creative literacy specialist with 20+ years experience working with students of all ages. In addition to teaching this Introduction to Latin course series, I also teach another popular series of courses on Outschool called Vocabulary Building with Latin and Greek Roots and Affixes, which extends through five levels. As a language buff, I’ve studied Italian, Latin, German, and (to a lesser extent) French and Spanish. 

I hold permanent certification from New York State in Reading (grades K-12). I am also a certified Wilson Reading System dyslexia practitioner. I have extensive experience with Orton-Gow methods for literacy re/mediation; the foundation for that work was the introductory training I received through the Gow Teacher Training Institute. I taught Orton-Gow (Reconstructive Language) at the Gow School and the Gow School Summer Program for several years. Across the past decade, as a teacher educator and university reading center director, I helped to prepare several hundred reading teachers and literacy specialists in NY and PA. 

I completed my undergraduate degree at The Catholic University of America School of Music. My doctoral and master’s degrees were earned at the University at Buffalo School of Education, under the advisement of Dr. Michael W. Kibby, a nationally known literacy diagnostician and scholar.  I have presented my research at several national and international conferences, including Literacy Research Association, International Reading Association, and International Dyslexia Association.
Homework Offered
Approximately 90 minutes of homework is assigned each week, involving written exercises and conversational practice designed to foster memorization. Students are welcome to schedule brief meetings with the instructor or with each other to work on these assignments. Some of these exercises will be in the textbooks and others will be designed by the instructor.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
The instructor engages in continuous informal assessment throughout the class. The class will complete numerous conversational and written activities during the class and for homework. The textbook also contains written exercises at the end of each chapter. This is a nongraded course.
Grades Offered
During the classes, students will need to have the following supplies on their workspace:
— Latin for Children - Primer B, 2nd edition (Larsen & Perrin, 2018)
— Libellus de Historia: Latin History Reader (Moore, 2005)
— Usborne Internet Linked Latin for Beginners (Wilkes, 2001)
— Bantam New College Latin and English Dictionary
--- Notebook to use for course
— blank index cards
-- looseleaf paper
-- pencils and pens

Recommended but Not Required:
— Latin for Children B - 2nd edition - DVD 
— Latin for Children Primer B,  2nd edition  Clash Cards
— Latin for Children - Primer B,  Activity Book 2nd edition

Other learning materials are provided by the instructor in the form of Google Docs files, crossword puzzles, word searches, etc.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
This class might be suitable for children outside of the stated age range. Please contact Dr. Wieland to discuss this.

Meet the teacher

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(445)

My name is Dr. Karen Wieland. I am a NYS-certified teacher (Reading K-12) and a former high-school teacher and college professor with 25+ years of teaching experience. I currently run a thriving independent practice as a dyslexia/literacy... 
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for 13 classes
1x per week, 13 weeks
90 min

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(5)
Completed by 36 learners
Live video meetings
Ages 11-14
4-6 learners per class

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