Latin 1 Summer Boot Camp
Students with prior experience in Latin sharpen their skills in this intensive review class focusing on Unit 1 of the Cambridge Latin Course. (Students who need to establish a foundation should look to my other introductory courses.)
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$18 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 4 weeks
55 minutes per class
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This class is for students who want to keep Latin skills fresh over the summer and grow stronger in one or more areas of grammar/vocabulary. It is also a good refresher course in preparation for further study in the fall. Students should own and have completed Unit 1 of the Cambridge Latin Course, either with me, with another instructor, or through independent study. Each week we build up expertise in a different topic. Cultural background, including video segments, will strengthen interest,...
Students will improve command of Latin translation skills, preparing them for more advanced study. Strengthened vocabulary and grammar knowledge will also provide a firm foundation in English and other languages.
For maximum benefit, an average of 10-15 minutes daily review is suggested in addition to short written assignments.
Unit 1 of the Cambridge Latin Course (5th Edition preferred) is required. Available through the Cambridge University Press or other online retailers.
1 hour 50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Study of Ancient Rome generally involves references to violence, slavery, and mature themes, all of which are dealt with in an age-appropriate manner.
Language and History Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
30 total reviews
48 completed classes
I have been teaching Latin, English, and Social Studies in the classroom and online for more than a decade, and editing/tutoring for even longer. The most important goal for me is to help students find a personal connection with the topic, whether...