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Latin 1

This course is an introduction to the Latin language, particularly its grammar and vocabulary. Students will study the building blocks of the language to gain the skills necessary to read and enjoy classical literature in the original Latin at a beginner's level. Readings will be taken (and initially adapted) from the works of various Roman authors such as Cicero, Virgil, and Livy. In addition, the active use of the language through writing, speaking, and hearing will help students gain mastery of grammar more quickly. Having a good foundation in word forms and syntax will serve as a first step toward the development of more advanced reading skills. This Latin course will also foster an appreciation of classical Roman literature, art, history, and culture. The textbook is required and not included in the cost of the course: Wheelock's Latin (7th ed., Collins 2011, ISBN-10: 0061997218).

Section Location Start-End Date Day(s) Start-End Time Faculty Price
YAD-111-1215 Internet Course-Virtual Campus 2/23/2021 - 4/13/2021 T
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Blume, Charles $149.00

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