Latin III: Citius, Altius, Fortius

Starts on the Date/Time - Jan 23 2017 - 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm

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CLASS DESCRIPTION: (section 1)Latin III Fall

Designed primarily for those who have taken and enjoyed GHF’s “Introduction to Latin” and “Intermediate Latin” courses, but open to others with equivalent language proficiency, this course continues our deep dive into Roman history, mythology, and culture.  After the eruption of Mount Vesuvius and the destruction of their homes, the surviving Tres Columnae Project characters move to different parts of the Roman World for new adventures … and as we read and create their stories, we will become ever more proficient with the language, culture, and history of the Romans.  Some mysteries will be solved, others will be revealed, and we will begin to explore some authentic, Roman-era Latin literature.

Prerequisites: GHF “Introduction to Latin” and “Intermediate Latin,” or equivalent language proficiency and experience.

latin GHF GHFOInstructor: Justin Schwamm 

5-10 students, 10 years and older

Time: Mondays 1:45-2:45 pm Pacific.

Weekly. Jan 23 - May 9, 2017. Spring Break TBD by instructor.

Class Registration Fee: $245.00 (GHF Members receive a $15 discount off of each class they sign up for)

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SYLLABUS:tres columnae latin

Weeks 1-4: Unit I: Rights and Responsibilities—Integer Vītae

Major Topics:

Review of essential vocabulary, grammatical concepts, cultural concepts, and reading skills from Latin I and Latin II

Latin verbs: more about ōrātiō oblīqua (for recognition and production)

Implications of the virtūtēs Rōmānae for Romans in dilemmas and difficult circumstances

Weeks 5-8: Unit I, Part II: pietās divided?

Major Topics:

Latin verbs: more about modus optātīvus and modus coniunctīvus

“Periodic” sentences

Training and education of young Romans who pursued political and government careers; implications of social class

Tres Columnae Project, Lectiōnēs XXVII, “XXVII et sēmīs,” and XXVIII

Weeks 9-12: Unit II: Future Plans and Choices: lex, iūs, et iūstitia

Major Topics:

Eruption of Mount Vesuvius; its implications for survivors and others

Civil and military justice in the Roman world; implications of social class and “connections”

Roman treatment of and attitudes toward various types of “non-Romans”

Continued development of Latin vocabulary, grammatical understanding, and reading skill

“Tiny details” of Latin grammar

Tres Columnae Project, Lectiōnēs XXIX – XXXI; Pliny’s “Vesuvius letters”

 

Weeks 13-16: Unit III: Teen and Preteen Culture in the Roman World—iuvenēs litterātōrēs

Major Topics:

Review changing social structure of Roman society from Republic to Empire and beyond

Implications for writers, especially young writers

Selections from “young” Roman writers (some required, some group or individual choice)

Tres Columnae Project, Lectiōnēs XXXII – XXXVI

 

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