Introduction to Latin - Part 4
For students continuing in Hans Orberg's Lingua Latina textbook, this 14-week class will dive deep into chapters 13-15.
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
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PREREQUISITE: Completion of Introduction to Latin Parts 1, 2, 3 (on Outschool with Magistra Laver) or equivalent; If you are uncertain whether your learner is prepared to enter Intro to Latin - Part 4 please contact the instructor to discuss. This class will stretch students' understanding of Latin to new lengths as they draw connections between what they've already learned in Latin with the new and challenging grammatical concepts introduced in Intro-4. Students who have completed Intro to...
My BA and MA degrees were both in the field of Classical Studies (formally titled Ancient History and Classical Languages - double major BA degree - and my MA in Ancient Greek and Roman Studies); much of my coursework both in undergraduate and graduate school focused heavily on the religious experience of the ancient Greek and Roman people.
I highly recommend that students complete homework in between Latin classes (especially during the longer gaps of Friday to Monday when we do not meet). I do not, however, usually assign specific homework from day to day. Homework assignments as well as tests/assessments are always optional, never required. If a student is struggling with a particular aspect of Latin and wants extra practice, please let me know and I can recommend customized work (from the textbook and workbook) to help shore up the weaker areas.
Recommended: -Notebook -Folder to keep printouts of charts and exercises -Writing implements -textbook and workbook (Lingua Latina : Familia Romana, by Hans H. Orberg) -- purchase link for both texts in Classroom.
I am always happy to provide feedback on written work submitted via email! Whether it's an exercise from the workbook, a translation, or just a question about the lesson, students are welcome to use messaging to communicate with me about their Latin work and to get feedback from me. Students who translate frequently during class will also get immediate feedback as we process together their translation.
2 hours 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
In Chapter 15, Marcus gets in trouble once again, this time in school. His teacher, who is described as "severus" - harsh, severe - beats him with a rod because of his behavior.
Lingua Latina (textbook) Lingua Latina Exercitia Latina (workbook)
MA Ancient Greek and Roman Studies, BA Ancient History, Classical Languages
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
188 total reviews
89 completed classes
Hello! I’m Larissa Laver. I earned my BA in Ancient History and Classical Languages from Gordon College in 2009, and my MA in Ancient Greek and Roman Studies from Brandeis University in 2012. I began teaching in 2008 (long but cool story how I was...