"We start Latin in 4th Grade with Latin For Children A
5th Grade: Primer B
6th Grade: Lingua Latina
7th Grade: Jenney's First Year Latin (first half)
8th Grade: Jenney's First Year Latin (second half)
9th Grade: Primary texts: Gallic Wars,…"
"Latin is required from 3rd through 10th grade with foreign language electives in the upper school.
We currently have
3rd - Schola Latina I (1-12) with Latin teacher
4th - Schola Latina I (13-24) with Latin teacher
5th - Schola Latina…"
Hey everyone,I'm trying to get a sense of what other schools are doing. Would you mind sharing what your school teaches in terms of Latin or other foreign languages and when.As for us:2nd - very basic, 2nd semester, teacher driven vocabulary3rd - Latina Christiana I, ch 1-10 w/ classroom teacher4th - Finish LC 1 w/ Latin teacher5th - Begin LC 2 w/ Latin teacher6th - Wheelock's 1-8 w/ Latin teacher7th - Wheelock's up through 20; though w/ a quick review w/ Latin teacher8th - Wheelock's from…See More
"While I love my new Kindle, I think that if a school were to permit some form of electronic device, I would argue for an iPad. However, I also think that schools need to be proactive in instructing students how to best use the device generally…"
2) Yes, but not at school.
3) Yes, but with a well defined policy. Blanket permission is probably not wise and, it seems, a blanket prohibition will become increasingly more difficult to defend.
"1. I know that The Geneva School of Manhattan teaches French from K until, I think, 4th or 5th.
2. This doesn't seem to odd to me. As long as there seems to be some sense of something accomplished with the modern language, I'm not sure…"
"I would tend to agree with these. I'm not entirely sure what you mean by "proper accenting" in the first bullet, but if you mean expand the range of sounds students are able to make with their mouths, then I would agree. In college, I…"
"Depending on the strength of the Latin program in your school, you could consider utilizing the Latin version of the Book of Common Prayer that was originally commissioned for use in English classical schools. Each week I copy and translate…"
A group for teachers and administrators who develop programs to intentionally shape the student culture at their school.Such programs might include extracurricular clubs, service organizations, school policies and procedures, a house system, school competitions, and the like.A place to discuss discipline issues, managing the atmosphere, motifs, and mores of your school, intentionality in programs, policies, and teacher/student relations, and any other element that contributes or detracts from a…See More