Latin 201/499c Fall 2007 Mondays and Wednesdays, 1:30-2:45 Peck 2408 Professor Nancy RuffObjective: Office: Peck 2224 Phone: x3649 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours: MW 3-4:15 or by appt..
To allow students who have completed at least one year of college Latin to use their knowledge of Latin grammar, vocabulary and syntax to translate a Latin author's work.
Frederic M. Wheelock. Latin Literature: A Book of Readings.
Frederic M. Wheelock. Latin: An Introductory Course Based on Ancient Authors.
Students will prepare translations of approximately 30 lines of text per class. There will be two unit tests and a final exam. All students will be required to complete 100 minutes per week of language lab exercises as well. In addition, graduate students are required to present an oral report on the background of one author's work.
Regular attendance is essential to a student's success in this class.
Weeks 1-3: Wheelock's Latin Grammar: Chaps 37-40.
Weeks 4-8 Cicero's de Amicitia
Week 9: Unit Test #1; Livy's Ab Urbe Condita: Preface.
Weeks 9-13: Livy's Ab Urbe Condita: Romulus and Remus,
Horatii and Curiatii, Expulsion of Tarquin
Week 13: Unit Test #2, Livy's Ab Urbe Condita: Horatio at the Bridge
Week 14: Thanksgiving Break
Week 15: Gesta Romanorum: The Three Caskets
Week 16: Review for final.
Final exam: Students may take the Final Examination at their convenience during Finals Week.