Syllabi

Summer 2013 Courses

Elementary Latin II Syllabus

Elementary Latin II Encourse
Taught by Dr. Philip Walsh (recorded Fall 2012)
Precepted by Dr. Carol Leibiger

‘Elementary Latin II’ is an intensive course designed to introduce you to the basic elements of the Latin language. It will emphasize the fundamentals of grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension – in other words, all of the tools necessary to develop a sound reading proficiency in Latin.

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Spring 2013 Courses

Elementary Latin I Encourse

Elementary Latin I Encourse
Taught by Dr. Philip Walsh (recorded Summer 2012)
Precepted by Dr. Carol Leibiger

‘Elementary Latin I’ is an intensive course designed to introduce you to the basic elements of the Latin language. It will emphasize the fundamentals of grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension – in other words, all of the tools necessary to develop a sound reading proficiency in Latin.

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Fall 2012 Courses

Elementary Latin II SyllabusElementary Latin II
Taught by Dr. Philip Walsh

‘Elementary Latin II’ is an intensive course designed to introduce you to the basic elements of the Latin language. It will emphasize the fundamentals of grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension – in other words, all of the tools necessary to develop a sound reading proficiency in Latin.

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Summer 2012 Courses

Elementary Latin I SyllabusElementary Latin I
Taught by Dr. Philip Walsh

‘Elementary Latin I’ is an intensive course designed to introduce you to the basic elements of the Latin language. It will emphasize the fundamentals of grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension – in other words, all of the tools necessary to develop a sound reading proficiency in Latin.

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The Arthur Story SyllabusThe Arthur Story
Taught by Dr. Verlyn Flieger

We will track the legendary yet mysterious king from his beginnings in the late 5th/early 6th century through 1500 years during which his story moved from history to tragedy. We will move from History of the Kings of Britain to Culhwch and Olwen to Lancelot and Perceval and the Works of Malory. Because each period created the king it wanted, we will encounter many Arthurs and many – even conflicting – versions of his story.

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