A. Reading: Short paragraphs and simple dialogues geared to the advanced beginner level. May include instructor and/or textbook lectures of both grammatical and cultural focuses.
B. Speaking and listening comprehension, student response drills using CDs with a variety of native-speakers and oral or written replies by the student with tape confirmation.
C. Writing exercises stressing the grammatical structures and vocabulary of the section being covered.
Out of class assignments are required. Such assignments may involve activities which are germane to the fulfillment of the course objectives and which engage the student from one to two hours per week for each unit of class creditSome typical assignments could include: 1. Reading an assigned paragraph and answering questions based on the student's understanding of the paragraph. 2. Preparing a short presentation in Latin to be presented in the class. 3. Writing questions to be asked of other students in Latin. 4. Researching the history of Latin and the culture of some of the people who spoke it.
A. Tests, quizzes, exams, written paragraphs.
B. Completion of workbook exercises.
C. Completion of lab manual.
D. Participation in classroom discussion.