Latin Advanced (Level 3)
You can read and translate a range of texts in Latin manipulating Latin grammar and syntax. This module expands on existing knowledge student have of the Latin language and continues with the study of the language and elements of the culture, history and literature of Ancient Rome. Students will broaden their understanding of the workings of Latin grammar and syntax and develop the ability to manipulate the Language fluently.
- Session information: Please contact the office if you are interested in this course: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Timeline: TBC
- Fees: Full course TBC
Each full course comprises 60 learning hours over two terms. Lessons are two hours long and take place once a week. The first ten lessons will run from TBC. The consequent ten lessons will run from TBC, when the course will be completed. You can enrol for the complete course - 20 weeks - or just one term - 10 weeks.
This course will be taught in a group of minimum 6 and maximum 12 students.
*Includes all tuition, access to VLE (virtual learning environment), handouts and any tests/exams, but not a textbook.
You have reached level B2 or completed the level 2 course or you have enough knowledge to be on track with the group. You can use the ELP self-assessment grid to judge how competent you are in the language. Alternatively, if you require help to assess you level please contact us or come along to one of our drop-in sessions.
The tutor will provide any necessary handouts and resources.
This course aims to take learner from a basic level towards independent reading of authentic texts in Latin. Reading skills are developed by systematically working through short texts and focusing on the recognition of key grammatical structures (verbs, tenses, sentence patterns and word order, negation, nouns, connectors, pronouns, adjectives, prepositions, the passive, idioms, etc.). You will also develop dictionary skills and practise reading strategies to interpret and translate texts in Latin.
Students will be encouraged to seek opportunities to learn and practise outside the classroom taking advantage of learning resources provided by tutors and the programme. The group size is limited to 12 students and planned to allow intensive interactive practice with individual feedback and advice on progress.