Morning classes only are cancelled from Thursday, December 12 – Saturday, December 14.
There will be no classes at all from December 23 – January 4. Classes will resume January 7, 2020.
First Year Latin by Robert Henle
In the early morning class, we are working our way through the exercises. We have reached lesson 267.
In the Tuesday class, we covered the grammar from chapters 17 – 20.
Second Year Latin by Robert Henle
In the Thursday class, we will continue reading from Ceasar’s Gallic Wars. We are in the section, “All Gaul in Arms”.
Third Year Latin by Robert Henle
We continue to plod along through this very difficult book. We will tackle the Latin to English exercises for the rest of the year.
If you want help reading through the difficult orations of Cicero, those sections of the book are already up on my site.
If you want to read the chapter before class on Thursday, you can. Those classes are already up on my site.
We are now in chapter 8. No test for this chapter, yet. If you need work graded, just post answers to exercise B in the forums.
We continue on in chapter 13. No test for this chapter, yet. If you need work graded, just post answers the “Questionario” at the end of every chapter. Post your answers in the forums.
If you miss a class, it doesn’t matter.
I record every class I teach, and I only take them down if I am updating them. Currently, there are around 2,000 videos all arranged by units. In other words, you could go from beginning Latin to advanced Latin easily on my site.
I have quite a few students who use the previous classes only. In fact, many prefer this as they can move at their own rate. Students are always welcome to contact me if they have any questions. There are also forums for each class. In the forums, students can interact with each other and ask questions.I hope you are having a very happy Tuesday afternoon!