Latin Cambridge Unit 1 Part 1 Stages 1 - 5 FLEX
In this class, students will learn Latin using stages 1 - 5 in the first unit of Cambridge Latin
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year old learners
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Over 12 weeks
No live meetings
There are so many good reasons to learn Latin. Latin helps students build vocabulary, a real plus when it comes to college entrance exams. Latin also helps students to lay a firm foundation before learning other languages. Students will be able to more easily launch into learning one of the romance languages like Spanish, French, Romanian, Italian, or Portuguese after taking Latin. This course will work through the first four stages of the Cambridge Unit 1 Latin book. Students will need to...
Students will learn Latin words and increase their vocabulary and translation skills. Students will complete Stage One to Five of Cambridge Latin.
I taught Latin in a classical model school. I also have been teaching Latin for a few years on Outschool.
Students will need to study Latin vocabulary each week. They will be given online activities to use for practice. They will need to complete assigned worksheets and homework assignments out of the book. In order to progress to part 2 students need to do their homework.
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 textbook FIFTH edition Access to a printer
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Students will need to turn work and quizzes in if they require a grade for the class.
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
At times the cultural information could be a bit intense when speaking of gladiators, what the Romans thought of the after life, and Pompeii's destruction.
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 FIFTH edition
Reaching all kinds of learners
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
600 total reviews
445 completed classes
Learning differences don’t bother me. Why? Because I’ve taught in a school for them and my own family deals with ADHD, dyslexia, and dysgraphia. I chose to not go back into the classroom because of my own children needing a different approach. ...