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Welcome to Latin for Beginners Part 2. You will need a copy of 'So You Really Want to Learn Latin' by NRR Oulton ISBN: 978-1902984001. In Part 1 we: - learnt to pronounce Latin words correctly - built your vocabulary - learnt how to use first conjugation verbs (present and future tenses) - learnt how to use first declension nouns (nominative and accusative cases) - learnt to translate short passages from Latin to English - learnt to compose sentences in Latin - completed 16 translations...
In Latin for Beginners Part Two we learn: - the perfect and imperfect tenses of first conjugation verbs - the vocative and ablative cases of first declension nouns - how to use prepositions - second conjugation verbs -second declension nouns
I am passionate about the role of Latin in developing a child's intellect. Studying Latin builds your child's vocabulary: teaching them words like spectare (to gaze) from which we get the noun spectacles and spectator as well as the verb to spectate. Latin also 'sensitises' your child's mind, making them aware of how sentences are constructed and how to use verb tenses and prepositions correctly. This helps your child to understand complex texts and to write well. Before joining Outschool, I was the headmistress of a primary school (elementary school principal) and I have been a fully qualified classroom teacher for twenty years. I have a postgraduate qualification in education leadership and a bachelor’s degree in primary education. I originally trained in the United States but I qualified in the United Kingdom and I work in London. I have studied Latin for over five years and my teaching experience means that I understand how to explain concepts in English and Latin grammar simply and structure lessons well. I have worked with wide range of learners including gifted children; children with special educational needs or disabilities as well as children with a wide range of personalities and levels of motivation. If you have any questions or worries about your learner - please send me a message as I am happy to listen, discuss or advise.
Pupils will get more from this class if they read through and practise the vocabulary before the lesson begins. Practising the vocabulary first means that pupils come to the lesson ready to translate, parse and compose sentences.
1 file available upon enrollmentSo You Really Want to Learn Latin by NRR Oulton ISBN: 978-1902984001. -If your child can access another device or a kindle during class then the easiest method is to purchase a pdf copy using this link: https://www.gresham-books.co.uk/books/educational-books/latin/learning-latin-book-1/ -If you type '10% discount' at the checkout, you can get 10% off. -Unfortunately, the company are unable to post internationally so if you prefer a paper copy then you will need to buy the book online. The ISBN number is 978-1902984001. If purchasing on amazon please check that you have the textbook NOT the answer book as sometimes sellers incorrectly list the answer book with the same ISBN. Lined paper or exercise book Pencils or a pen A pen with green ink (for corrections) A highlighter A ruler
I send a brief report on your learner's progress at the end of a section. If your child is not yet able to complete the end of section tasks fluently then they may repeat this section. If your child is able to complete the end of section tasks fluently then they may enroll in Latin for Beginners Part Two.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Cambridge University | 20+ years of teaching experience
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
100 total reviews
185 completed classes
My name is Janella and I teach lessons that help your child to write well. These classes include English grammar, Latin grammar and writing composition. Reading is one of my favourite things to do and I love visiting libraries, museums and...