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Latin Primer A
Latin Primer B
Latin Primer C
Latin Middle Level 1: Italia
Latin Middle Level 2: Vita Mariae
Latin Middle Level 3: Christus et Apostoli
Latin Middle Level 4: Sancta Missa
Latin – Beginning Latin 1 (For Upper Grades)
Latin – Intermediate Latin 2 (For Upper Grades)
Latin – Advanced Latin 3-4 (For Upper Grades)
Latin – Possible Split Intermediate/Advanced Latin (For Upper Grades)
Latin Primer A
(Recommended for students in grades 1-8 with no experience in Latin. Multiple class times may be offered for younger and older grades. Check back here for details.)
Puella Romana tells stories about an ancient Roman girl, focusing on Latin immersion, explanation of key terms, and an introduction to grammar concepts. Short sentences with first declension nouns are taken from the Latin Vulgate Bible, the Liber Usualis, and writings of the saints. Little Latin Readers provides Catholics with a solid foundation in the sacred language of their faith.
The live classes supplement homeschool study. We will prepare for assignments and resolve issues with previous assignments; practice exercises and pronunciation; go over grammar rules and vocabulary; discuss sacred significances; learn some prayers of the Rosary in Latin; use a little conversational Latin; and discover Gregorian chant.
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Required Textbook: An Introduction to Ancient Greek, Volume 1 by Robert Williamson and Alfred Mollin
An Introduction to Ancient Greek, Volume 1 For the first year of Classical Greek classes, live classes will meet weekly, 30 weeks, beginning the first week of September (see the posted Academic Schedule for holidays) on the same day and time each week, for a one-hour-live class. At that class the tutor will: explain the assignment for the coming week; answer your questions and perhaps pose some; note and address any problems or difficulties noticed in the prior week’s work; and lead a brief discussion of the topic at hand. These are rather informal and friendly live tutoring sessions. Students will be introduced to basic Greek grammar in a manner facilitating the early introduction of substantial and philosophically rich passages from Heraclitus Aeschylus, Xenophon, Aristotle, Euclid and especially Plato, each containing vocabulary, discussion and exercises to aid in retention and reinforcement.