Starts on the Date/Time - Jan 27 2017 - 7:00 am - 8:00 am
Like Latin IV and Latin V, this course interweaves the Tres Columnae Project stories (and story creation) with related selections from authentic Roman literature. We’ll continue our travels to the ends of the Roman Empire as our characters continue to explore Germania, Aegyptus, Iudaea-Palaestina, and many other places. More mysteries will be solved, true identities will be revealed, and new mysteries will be discovered. The next step, for some participants, might be a class in which they begin to read and understand the literature on College Board’s Advanced Placement Latin syllabus and prepare to excel on this college-level examination.
Instructor: Justin Schwamm
5-10 students, 10 years and older
Time: Fridays 7:00 – 8:00 am 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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Weeks 1-3: Brief review of major topics from Latin I – V
Weeks 4-6: Globalization and Communication, Roman Style
Tres Columnae Project Lectiō XXXV – XXXVI
Weeks 7-9: Romani et Barbari
Tres Columnae Project Lectiō XXXVII – XXXIX
Weeks 10-12: Mysteries … Solved and Revealed
Tres Columnae Project Lectiō XL – XLII
Weeks 13-15: Somnia … Vera et Falsa
Tres Columnae Project Lectiō XLIII-XLV and beyond