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Latin, Level 1 of 3 (Gr. 10 credit) LVLBD1
Salvete Discipuli! (Hello students!)
Latin not only introduces students to a Classical language, it opens up the history and achievements of the Classical world. Students will develop beginner language skills for speaking and reading Latin, and use enrichment activities like art, drama, photography, music, sports, debates, archaeology and food to explore life in the Roman Empire and its colonies. English is the language of instruction. This course is ideal for: any student looking to enhance their English and French literacy and language skills; any student looking for a preparatory language base for Spanish, Italian, Portuguese or Romanian; and any young connoisseur of education looking to learn a vital era of our history and culture.

This course is recognized by the Ministry as a Gr. 10 Academic course (2D).
CREDIT: 1TYPE: AcademicGRADE: 10
Latin, Level 2 of 3 (Gr. 11 credit) LVLCU1
Heus scholaris bonus!

Latin Level 2 continues student explorations of the ancient world through the study of Latin. Although English is the language of instruction, students will continue to develop Latin vocabulary and translate more complex Latin passages. Intercultural studies will include an in-depth look at the Roman military, the Trojan War, classical heroes and heroines, and the founding of Rome. Experiential activities like: food, art, games, challenges, debates, and student quests will continue to enhance our explorations.

This course is recognized by the Ministry as a Grade 11 University course (3U).
CREDIT: 1TYPE: UniversityGRADE: 11
PREREQUISITE: LVLBD1 - Latin, Level 1 of 3 (Gr. 10 credit)
Latin, Level 3 of 3 (Gr. 12 "U" credit) LVLDU1
Euge! Quid philogus doctus es!

Latin Level 3 culminates student explorations of the classical world and Latin language. English is the language of instruction, but students will continue to develop proficiency in Latin language skills by reading and translating adapted and original Latin texts. Intercultural and anthropological studies will include a look at the Roman worldview via philosophy, law, early and modern psychology, medicine and ethics. Research skills, differentiated activities and challenges, and student directed learning will continue to enhance our explorations.

This course is recognized by the Ministry as a Grade 12 University course (4U).
CREDIT: 1TYPE: UniversityGRADE: 12
PREREQUISITE: LVLCU1 - Latin, Level 2 of 3 (Gr. 11 credit)