LAT 506 • First-Year Latin I
|33045 to 33070||Multiple Sections||
33045, 33050, 33055, 33060, 33065, 33070 Latin is one of the basic languages to learn for better command of English; over 65% of the English vocabulary is based on Latin. Latin 506 acquaints the student with the principal forms and structures of Latin in an interesting and challenging manner. The aim is to proceed to the reading of connected Latin passages as soon as possible and to learn about the culture of the Roman people. There will be daily assignments from the text, chapters 1-27. Passages from 38 Latin Stories will complement the chapters in Wheelock. Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites. The course may not be counted by students offering two or more admission units or any previous college credit in Latin. Latin 506 may be used as part of the foreign language requirement, as an elective, or as part of the Area D requirement. Requirements: Class participation, quizzes, hour tests and final exam.
Wheelock, Wheelock's Latin 6h edition (Harper) Groton & May, 38 Latin Stories (Bolchazy) Hillard & Botting, Elementary Latin Translation Book (Bolchazy & Carducci) Bennett, New Latin Grammar (Bolchazy) Corneau & LeFleur, Workbook to Wheelock's Latin (Harper) Goldman & Szymanski, English Grammar for Students of Latin (Olivia & Hill) (optional)