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Latin Language - Fourth Semester
In this 15-week course, students will read and analyze Chapters 21 through 25 of Hans H. Orberg's Lingua Latina text.
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50 minutes per class
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This course is designed as a continuation of Latin. This course is best suited for students who have confidently completed Chapters 1-20 of Lingua Latina (or an equivalent Latin course). Students enrolling in this course should already know the following Latin grammatical topics: all five noun declensions in all cases; the entire present system of verbs (present, imperfect, future tenses; active, passive, and deponent voices) in all four conjugations; degrees of adjectives and adverbs...
This class is taught in English.
Lingua Latina textbook and workbook (which you probably already have by now!)
On the last day of class, we will have an interactive assessment; students can send me their work in advance if they would like me to grade it for them. We complete vocabulary and translation activities interactively every class period, so students receive immediate feedback on that every day.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
The story of Theseus and the Minotaur is violent, involves suicide, a child-eating monster, and an abandonment of a young girl. In general, Greek myths tend to be quite grizzly; this iconic tale is certainly no exception.
Latin Tutor / Teacher of Latin and Classical Humanities
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
220 total reviews
111 completed classes
Hello! I’m Larissa Laver and I’ve been teaching since 2008. I’ve worked with young children through young adults over the years: I have taught Pre-K through collegiate level courses and literally every grade in between at some point in my career....