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Lingua Latina I d: Apples, Pears, and Pearls (mAla, pira margaritaeque)
Learn Latin in a natural way, as modern languages are learned, and have fun while doing it!
Christina M Matone
22 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 6 learners
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Once per week
over 8 weeks
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per learner - per class
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This class is for students who have completed Lingua Latina I c. If you have not attended that class, but have studied Latin previously, please contact me, and we'll see if this class can work for you. Onward! Using the Natural Method to learn Latin, you will have conversations, read, play games, and even prepare for the National Latin Exams, if you so desire. Along the way, we'll uncover declensions and noun-adjective agreement; prepositional phrases; Latin verb conjugation, starting with...
I'm a homeschooling mother of four with a PhD in Classics from Columbia University. After teaching at the college level, I started teaching Latin to kids ages 6-18 in our homeschool coops. I love the creativity of sharing a 'dead' language in very lively ways, through conversation, reading stories, games, and song. Learning Latin does lead to success in so many ways. Latin is the at the root of a large chunk of our words in English, it is the source of all the Romance languages, and, with Greek, Latin gives the building blocks of scientific, philosophical, legal, and theological vocabulary. Latin grammar helps students understand English grammar. Good news: it does not have to involve brute memorization and thick textbooks.
For this fourth series of classes, all materials will be provided, though students may buy or borrow from the library the two texts we will be using: Lingua Latina by Hans Orberg D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Mythology [Why not Roman? It is good to know both Greek and Roman names for the gods; this book gives the best known stories for Greek and Roman gods; and finally, it is just so darn good.] Other materials, such as vocabulary lists and audio files, will be supplied by me as needed week by week.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Christina M MatoneInteractive teacher of Latin and Ancient Greek as living languages, Latin and Greek roots in the English language
22 total reviews
10 completed classes
SalvEte! Greetings! I have been teaching Latin to students 6 to 50 years old for years. I teach Latin using the Natural Method, as a living language with conversation, reading, play and song. Latin is alive and well in our English language too,...