Form III Latin
Fall 2001

Course Syllabus

Textbooks/Materials:

Course Goals:
The course will strive to continue developing a basic knowledge of Latin grammar, Latin & English vocabulary, and reading comprehension skills.  Students should also grow in greater understanding and appreciation of the history, culture and values of Ancient Rome from the period of the monarchy through the fall of the republic.

Course Methods:
Quizzes will be given at the beginning of each class.  Homework should be completed as it is assigned and kept together with class notes in a 3 ring binder.  Homework will be checked and exams administered at the end of each chapter.  There will be a semester project assigned requiring further research/study on various aspects of an Ancient Rome province.  More information on this project will be distributed in the course of the year.

Grades:
50%        Average of chapter exams/semester project
40%        Average of quizzes/homework
10%        Class participation

Material to be Covered:
Aug. 24   General Review

Sept. 5   Chapter 13
                Subordinate Clauses:
                Subordinating Conjunctions
                Roman Life and Culture:  The Olympian Gods 
                Exam Chapter 13

Sept.18  Chapter 14
                Demonstrative Pronouns
                Personal Pronouns
                Roman Life & Culture:  Further Aspects of Roman Religion
                Exam Chapter 14

Oct. 4     Chapter 15 & 16
                Verbs:  Irregular Imperatives:  dico, duco, fero, facio
                Irregular Verbs: volo and nolo
                Nouns:  General Review
                Roman Life & Culture:  From the Monarchy to the Republic
                                                        The Adventures of Hannibal
                Exam Chapter 15 & 16

Oct. 25   Chapter 17
                Verbs:  Imperfect Tense
                              Perfect Tense
                Roman Life & Culture:  Roman Elections
                Exam Chapter 17

Nov. 13  Chapter 18
               Numerals
               Verbs: The Perfect Tense
                Expressions of Time
                Roman Life & Culture: Roman Politico-Socio Make-upl  
                Exam Chapter 18

Dec. 1    Chapter 19
               Nouns:  Locative Case
               Verbs:  Perfect Tense
                             Pluperfect Tense
               Roman Life & Culture: The City of Rome
              
Exam Chapter 19

Dec. 11  Semester Review

Dec. 18-20   Semester Exam

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