I received this question:
My daughter is in your Henle 3 Latin class. Do you provide any grade for the class? Thanks for the info.
Here is my reply:
Unfortunately, no. As this has been the first year I’ve ever taught Third Year Latin by Robert Henle, I am still trying to figure out how to provide grades for that class. I don’t have tests and quizzes yet on my site for that level. But, your email reminds me that this is a problem. This Is something I need to address right away.
For a short-term solution, I would have students take the old national Latin exams. Exams and keys are provided. Students could take the test (as many as they like) and grade themselves. I would focus the Latin two exams for this class.
If you would like to practice some of the tests on your own, go to this page: http://nle.org/exams.html
Scroll down until you see:
PREVIOUS EXAMS and Keys Online
Copies of the previous National Latin Exams and Keys can be viewed online with Adobe Acrobat Reader, version 9 or later, and printed for practice.
Some time ago, the students through many of the exams. Your daughter may find those classes helpful. They are available here:
By the way…
Live Q&A/orientation class this Monday night. At 7pm (CTZ), I will be interviewing an expert on dyslexia. At 8pm (CTZ), I will start the live Q&A. Register free here: