Comparative Arts and Letters
 

Intermediate Latin

Intermediate Latin
Readings from Caesar, with a review and continuation of grammar.
LATIN
201
 Hours4.0 Credit, 4.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesLATIN 102; or LATIN 111; or departmental approval.
 TaughtFall, Winter, Spring Contact Department
 ProgramsContaining LATIN 201
Course Outcomes: 

Latin Morphology

Successful students will master Latin morphology. All of the forms introduced in Latin 101/102 or Latin 111 should be mastered in Latin 201. Students should be able to identify fully the forms of nouns, adjectives, verbs (finite and infinitive forms), adverbs, gerunds, gerundives, etc.

Locating Literary Accomplishments

Successful students should be able to locate the literary accomplishments of the chosen author (such as Julius Caesar) in the context of Roman literature generally and of his own literary context specifically.

Grammar and Syntax

Successful students should master Latin grammar and syntax. They should be able to recognize and identify grammatical and syntactical constructions. In other words, students should be able not only to identify the form of a Latin word, but also the function of that word. For example, a student should be able to indentify a verb form as "third person singular present active subjunctive," and then explain why the subjunctive mood is being used.

Translating Classical Latin into English

Successful students should be able to translate a representative Classical Latin text into good English.