Continuing Students: Foundations for Latin Units 6-11
Sunday, 8:00pm (U.S. Eastern Time)
*Elementa classes only run with 2 or more student enrollments. If the signup threshold isn't met, Paideia will contact the families of enrolled students about potential alternatives, and/or refund tuition.
Course Description: This class is for students who have previously taken one session of Elementa Online and would like to continue in the curriculum. Students will have the chance to explore the language, culture, and mythology of the ancient Romans, with a quick review of previous units and then continuing to complete Units 6-11 of the Elementa Foundations for Latin student workbook. If a student has had a previous Latin class outside of the Elementa curriculum, they may wish to start with this course and review the first units independently. This course focuses on the connections between Latin and other languages by exploring English derivatives and establishing a foundational understanding of parts of speech.
Level: This class is intended for students (2nd-8th grade) who have already completed one session of Elementa Online. It may also be appropriate for young students who have taken some Latin through a different channel.
Textbook: Elementa Foundations for Latin student workbook (2nd edition)
Sections capped at: 8 students. If the course is sold-out, please fill out this waiting-list form.
Telepaideia tuition is non-refundable. However, if you need to cancel your enrollment or withdraw from your class, you may be eligible for a 50% credit, to be used toward a future Telepaideia course. In order to be eligible for this credit, you must notify firstname.lastname@example.org of your withdrawal before the second class meeting has taken place.
Cecile graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in Classical Studies in 2019. She is an alumna of Paideia's Living Latin in Rome and the Rome Fellowship. She has been a curriculum designer with Paideia for the past two years, working on the Elementa and Living Latin projects. She is currently an elementary teacher at a Montessori school in Chicago, and loves teaching about the ancient world and its languages