Introduction to Latin
Latin 101 Syllabus[edit | edit source]
The goals of this course are as follows: 1) to provide a competent introduction to Latin grammar, syntax, vocabulary, etc.; 2) to provide some knowledge of Ancient Rome, its culture and history; 3) to have fun while learning an historical and ancient language, one that has had an enormous impact on the world!
The course will be divided into lessons in which core material and exercises will be given. Additional information (ie - translation exercises, history anecdotes, etc.) will be given in units that accompany the lessons.
Sample quizzes and tests will be provided at the ends of lesson series. If any of you actually take the quizzes/tests and wish for them to be graded, feel free to contact one of the teachers (I'm hoping more will join soon) and one of us will help you out.
Also if you need more exercises (since it might be the case that there aren't enough exercises to satisfy your hunger for Latin), send a message to a teacher. We'll help you out.
On that note, feel free to ask questions and send inquiries about confusing concepts, or anything else that pertains to Latin or the Classical World.
Introduction[edit | edit source]
Feel free to use http://www.frapanthers.com/teachers/white/ for any research. All materials are legally obtained or created by the webmaster. It's a great resource for 1st-5th year Latin students.
Unit 1[edit | edit source]
Lesson 1: Intro to Latin Verbs
Lesson 2a: First Declension Nouns and Adjectives
Lesson 2b: Apposition; Some Other Extra Information
Lesson 3: Second Declension Nouns and Adjectives
Lesson 4b: A Little Grammar; Substantives
Unit 2[edit | edit source]
This unit and subsequent units will be completed following the completion of unit 1.
Coordinators[edit | edit source]
Resources[edit | edit source]
-  - free downloadable Latin and Greek textbooks
-  - free Latin texts from Classical to Ecclesiastical to Neo-Latin