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late elementary Latin?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by kevin hartley Apr 13, 2010.

 

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kevin hartley replied to Jennifer Sheridan Moss's discussion late elementary Latin?
"Ecce was going to be my suggestion as well. Maybe along with some old Pompeiiana Newsletter issues and things like Winnie Ille Pu or Cattus Petasatus as some supplementary materials."
Apr 13, 2010
Gil Gigliotti replied to Jennifer Sheridan Moss's discussion late elementary Latin?
"Ecce Romani?"
Apr 12, 2010
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late elementary Latin?

My 10-year-old son would like to start to learn Latin.  In order to keep him interested, I offered to teach a few of his friends as well.I've never taught to kids quite this young.  They know parts of speech (they have had regular grammar assignments in English all year) so they are ready to handle *some* grammar.Does anyone have suggestions about a good text?  I looked at Minimus, which is very cute, but it won't hold them very long.Jenni MossSee More
Apr 12, 2010
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one-year job available for fall 09

Wayne State University in Detroit will be posting a one-year job in Classics for the coming academic year (09-10). This is a full-time position (with benefits) teaching 3 sections of classics-in-translation courses each semester.Qualified candidates must have at least a M.A. in classics/classical archaeology and experience teaching courses in translation.Until the official posting is available, interested persons can send a CV to the address that follows. When the posting is live I will add…See More
Jul 15, 2009
Jennifer Sheridan Moss replied to Ronnie Ancona's discussion Resources for marking text
"Ronnie, I got a grant to work on the same thing this summer. I bought a peripheral pen tablet (made by Cintiq) because I use a mac and didn't want to switch to PC. I got money to have a student assistant prepare all the text for me (in JPEG…"
Jul 3, 2009

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one-year job available for fall 09

Wayne State University in Detroit will be posting a one-year job in Classics for the coming academic year (09-10). This is a full-time position (with benefits) teaching 3 sections of classics-in-translation courses each semester.



Qualified candidates must have at least a M.A. in classics/classical archaeology and experience teaching courses in translation.



Until the official posting is available, interested persons can send a CV to the address that follows. When the… Continue

Posted on July 15, 2009 at 10:31am

one-year lecturer position at Wayne State University for Fall 08

Wayne State University has authorized a one-year lecturer position (full-time with benefits) for this coming academic year. The lecturer will teach 3 courses each semester, and the load will consist entirely of service/general education courses (Classical Civlization, Greek Mythology, and/or Word Origins).



Candidates must have at least the M.A and teaching experience; preference will be given to candidates with a PhD and experience teaching service courses.



The official… Continue

Posted on July 25, 2008 at 8:49am

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