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“Thanks so much, and thanks for all your help in Latin, couldn’t have done it without you!”
That’s the kind of exit interview that makes me happy.
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I received these questions:
How many weeks is your class? (Does it somewhat correspond to the CC 30-week plan)? Do you assign homework and do you collect it/grade it? Will the homework correspond at all to the CC 30 week Latin I (Challenge I) curriculum?
And just to be sure, he will be able to watch the lecture after it has broadcast live? (which is around 0700 PST on Wed I think).
And one final question, besides the lectures, what other materials will he have access to with the subscription?
Here is my reply:
Continue reading These questions… again.
I received this question:
Perfect – Ok so from reading your Q&A it sounds like keep my Henle kid in Henle 2 – and once she completes that she will have 3 years of Latin?
Here is my reply:
Slowly catching up. Yes. As best I can tell, it seems most schools treat Henle 1 as Intro to Latin, Latin 1, and Latin 2.
Henle 2 is treated as Latin 3.
I prefer to go with the names of the book.
Latin 1 = First Year Latin by Robert Henle
Latin 2 = Second Year Latin by Robert Henle
Latin 3 = Third Year Latin by Robert Henle
Have a happy Friday!
In the book First Year Latin by Robert Henle, the author requires students to diagram sentences from time to time. Unfortunately, there is not always sufficient explanation on how to do this.
This summer, I have started a series of videos explaining how to diagram these sentences.
Here is the first video: