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Latin Tutoring with Magistra Brigid (Private - All Levels)
Latin Camp (Level Three, Beginner - 16 Weeks), Ages 11-16
In this 16-week course, students will continue their journey through the ancient world, learning more complex Latin grammar, increasing their ability to sight read, reading classical writers and poets, and much more!
Angela Kennedy, B.A., M.A.
56 total reviews for this teacher
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$19 per class
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Over 16 weeks
75 minutes per class
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(The cover photo is the Ara Pacis Augustae in Rome, Italy, photo credit: self) - See the bottom of this description for prerequisite knowledge before enrolling in this camp, which consists of 16 weekly classes. It is still a beginner's course - grammatically speaking, but the material is much more complex than the Latin 1 and 2 camps. This camp will be busy. We will finish out the Passive Indicative System, 5th declension nouns, participles, comparative and superlative adjectives, and dive...
In this series of classes, students will have a great deal of basic Latin under their belts. They will be able to recognize many of the grammatical constructions and use their skills to create excellent English translations. They will garner more knowledge relating to the historical context of the subjects of our readings. They will have fun while doing all of this!
I have a bachelors and masters degree in foreign language and history. I have taught and/or tutored this class at various levels and for various ages (middle school to university). I have traveled to and researched in the places I teach about, and I often include realia and cultural information to make the language come alive for the student. Nothing pleases me more than seeing students fall in love with the Latin language!
Homework is for YOUR benefit. Study the vocabulary. Make your noun/adjective/verb charts. Practice the readings and translations. There is homework for each lesson. I provide all the materials you need to work in your dedicated Latin notebook at the end of each class.* For every hour of Latin class, you should be studying for - at the very least - two hours (I suggest a little more, but I proudly confess that I am a big old Latin nerd). * Let me know if you prefer to receive your handouts and slides in Microsoft Word/PowerPoint, Apple Keynotes and Pages, or via Google Drive links (docs/slides).
Students need a dedicated Latin notebook (or digital file, if they prefer creating their notebook on their device) for making and studying their vocabulary and noun, adjective, and verb charts. This tool is key to learning and remembering word endings and the meanings of the root words, as well as translating. After class, I will send via Outschool message a copy of the slide show as well as a vocabulary list and translation practice. I can send it in either Office format (docx or pptx), Apple format (keynote/pages), or as Google links (docs/slides). Let me know your preference.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Individual and final assessments are sent weekly and at the end of the course.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
I edit all external media so that it is age appropriate. I make certain all Latin translations are free from profanity and mature or adult themes. However, the Romans were an earthy, violent, and militaristic people. There is talk of betrayal in love and war, conquering enemies, slavery, and a general violent bent to some passages and history discussed. I treat this with an unbiased historical lens and make certain to pay attention to my students' sensibilities. If we need to curtail a topic or move on, we do. Any personal pictures/videos and/or any YouTube video is strictly informational and education and has no age rating, nor is any external account necessary for the student.
I draw from Wheelock 7th edition text, Lingua Latina Pars 1 & 2, A Latin Grammar, 38 Latin Stories Designed to Accompany Wheelock, Cambridge Book 1 & 2, Oxford Course 1, Minimus Book 1 & 2, Latin for Beginners, (among others) and my own studies. We use Latin Wiktionary & LIS as free online sources (dictionaries). We use my own personal pictures/videos and a YouTube video (edited for age appropriateness) for our virtual field trip to Hadrian's Wall and Hadrian's villa. They have no ratings as both are for educational purposes. No external account is necessary for the student.
Angela Kennedy, B.A., M.A.
Historian, ESL, Grammar Nerd, History writer, Rock collector, Lover of all things Marvel, Star Wars, and Big Bang Theory!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
56 total reviews
61 completed classes
I teach world history/cultures and the languages associated with them. My teaching experience (2005 - present) is varied, as are the ages I have taught. I've taught pre-school children phonics and grammar. I've taught middle-schoolers history,...