Latin Language and Culture: Levels 1, 2, 3, 4: Summer Course

Latin Language and Culture: Levels 1, 2, 3, 4: Summer Course

$ 350.00

 

Live virtual instruction: face to face online instruction in real time.  Instructor is a state certified Teacher of Latin.

IOE is Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools accredited.

60 hour course : 3 hours per day / 5 weekdays per week / 4 weeks

Online Orientation: Saturday, June 30, 2018 : 11 AM

Program Term: Monday, July 2, 2018 --  Monday, July 30, 2018

No classes  on July 4th (Wednesday)

 

Refund Policy:

Refunds will only be made if a course is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. No other refund policy is expressed or implied.  Complete refunds will be issued promptly.

 

Latin I

Using a unique system of “collaborative co-creation,” students in this course begin to develop their ability to read, understand, and interpret Latin; to use the language orally and in writing; and to understand Roman culture, history, mythology, and the many connections between Latin and English.  Students read and write about a group of Roman families living in the city of Herculaneum in the middle of the first century A.D., and they begin to explore Latin proverbs, fables, and other short authentic texts.  Students have the opportunity to publish their original stories and other creations for a worldwide audience.  By the end of the course, most students will attain Novice High to Intermediate Low Interpretive Reading proficiency on the ACTFL scale and Novice Mid to Novice High proficiency in the other domains. 

Latin II

Using the “collaborative co-creation” system, students in this course continue to develop their ability to read, understand, and interpret Latin; to use the language orally and in writing; and to understand Roman culture, history, mythology, and the many connections between Latin and English.  Students continue to read and write about a group of Roman families living in the city of Herculaneum in the middle of the first century A.D., and they begin to explore longer, more complex authentic texts. Students continue to have the opportunity to publish their original stories and other creations for a worldwide audience.  By the end of the course, most students will attain Intermediate Low to Mid Interpretive Reading proficiency on the ACTFL scale and Novice High proficiency in the other domains.

Latin III

Using the “collaborative co-creation” system, students in this course continue to develop their ability to read, understand, and interpret Latin; to use the language orally and in writing; and to understand Roman culture, history, mythology, and the many connections between Latin and English.  Students begin to explore literary Latin and to incorporate its features into the stories they create and publish; they also ontinue to read and write about a group of Roman families living in the city of Herculaneum in the middle of the first century A.D. By the end of the course, most students will attain Intermediate Mid to High Interpretive Reading proficiency on the ACTFL scale and Novice High to Intermediate Low proficiency in the other domains.  Students who have attained Intermediate High or greater reading proficiency should be well-prepared to succeed in college-level Latin courses or in the Advanced Placement ® Latin course.

Latin IV

Using the “collaborative co-creation” system, students in this course continue to develop their ability to read, understand, and interpret Latin; to use the language orally and in writing; and to understand Roman culture, history, mythology, and the many connections between Latin and English.  Students continue to explore literary Latin and to incorporate its features into the stories and other content they create and publish. By the end of the course, most students will attain Intermediate High to Advanced Low Interpretive Reading proficiency on the ACTFL scale and Intermediate Low to Mid proficiency in the other domains.  At the conclusion of Latin IV, students will be well-prepared to succeed in college-level Latin courses or in the Advanced Placement ® Latin course.