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Introductory Latin B/1 (6 points)


Leader: Philip Anderson

Clayton Second semester 2003 (Day)
Clayton Second semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: The unit is designed to further students' reading skills gained in CLA1110, to the point where authentic Latin texts may be read and enjoyed. Students continue to acquire grammatical and syntactical knowledge of Latin, while reading increasingly authentic texts by authors such as Virgil, Cicero and Seutonius. Learning is reinforced by weekly grammar exercises and vocabulary tests, and the unit serves in part as an introduction to the literary and cultural heritage of Rome.

Assessment: Ten vocab/grammar/translation assignments (250 words each): 30% + Essay (1000 words): 20% + 2 x 1 hour written tests: 50%

Contact Hours: 4 hours (3 x lectures and 1 x tutorial) per week

Prerequisites: CLA1110 or CLA2110 or CLA3110 or LAT1010 or VCE Latin

Prohibitions: LAT1020

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