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Classical Studies
This chart maps out all the courses in the discipline and shows the links between courses and the possible prerequisites for them. It does not attempt to depict all possible movements from course to course.

Classical Studies
Classical Languages, Level 1 Academic (Ancient Greek/Latin) LVGBD
This course introduces students to the enduring achievements of the classical world through the study of
Latin or ancient Greek. Students will learn vocabulary and grammatical concepts essential for reading
and translating adapted classical texts. Although English is the language of instruction, students will
develop language skills that will enable them to read and interpret the classical language with fluency and
confidence. Through a variety of enrichment activities, students will explore aspects of life in the ancient
world including trade, commerce, education, entertainment, and social customs. In addition, students will
enhance their literacy skills and improve their interpersonal skills through effective communication skills,
and will make connections across the curriculum between the classical world and the world around them.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: AcademicGRADE: 9
Classical Languages, Level 1 Academic (Ancient Greek/Latin) LVLBD
This course introduces students to the enduring achievements of the classical world through the study of
Latin or ancient Greek. Students will learn vocabulary and grammatical concepts essential for reading
and translating adapted classical texts. Although English is the language of instruction, students will
develop language skills that will enable them to read and interpret the classical language with fluency and
confidence. Through a variety of enrichment activities, students will explore aspects of life in the ancient
world including trade, commerce, education, entertainment, and social customs. In addition, students will
enhance their literacy skills and improve their interpersonal skills through effective communication skills,
and will make connections across the curriculum between the classical world and the world around them.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: AcademicGRADE: 9
Ontario MOE - LVGCU Classical Languages, Level 2 University Preparation (Ancient Greek/Latin) LVGCU
This course provides students with opportunities to continue their exploration of the achievements of the
classical world through the study of Latin or ancient Greek. Students will continue to expand their
vocabulary and refine their grammatical knowledge by reading and translating more complex adapted
selections in the classical language. Although English is the language of instruction, students will further
improve their ability to read and interpret the classical language with fluency and confidence. Students will
explore diverse aspects of classical culture including science and technology, geography and the
environment, religion, and social customs, while developing their ability to think critically, to communicate
and interact effectively, and make connections across the curriculum between the classical world and the
world around them.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: UniversityGRADE: 11
PREREQUISITE: LVGBD - Classical Languages, Level 1 Academic (Ancient Greek/Latin)
Classical Languages, Level 3 University Preparation (Ancient Greek/Latin) LVGDU
This course provides students with opportunities to further develop their knowledge of the rich cultural
legacy of the classical world through the study of Latin or ancient Greek. Students will continue to
increase their vocabulary and consolidate their grammatical knowledge by reading and translating a
broad selection of adapted and original classical texts. Although English is the language of instruction,
students will continue to develop their proficiency in reading the classical language in order to interpret
the culture of the ancient world. Students will engage in a variety of activities to strengthen their literacy
and research skills, to communicate and collaborate effectively, and to enhance their ability to make
connections between the classical world and other societies.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: UniversityGRADE: 11
PREREQUISITE: LVGCU - Ontario MOE - LVGCU Classical Languages, Level 2 University Preparation (Ancient Greek/Latin)
Ontario MOE - LVLCU Classical Languages, Level 2 University Preparation (Ancient Greek/Latin) LVLCU
This course provides students with opportunities to continue their exploration of the achievements of the
classical world through the study of Latin or ancient Greek. Students will continue to expand their
vocabulary and refine their grammatical knowledge by reading and translating more complex adapted
selections in the classical language. Although English is the language of instruction, students will further
improve their ability to read and interpret the classical language with fluency and confidence. Students will
explore diverse aspects of classical culture including science and technology, geography and the
environment, religion, and social customs, while developing their ability to think critically, to communicate
and interact effectively, and make connections across the curriculum between the classical world and the
world around them.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: UniversityGRADE: 11
PREREQUISITE: LVLBD - Classical Languages, Level 1 Academic (Ancient Greek/Latin)
Classical Languages, Level 3 University Preparation (Ancient Greek/Latin) LVLDU
This course provides students with opportunities to further develop their knowledge of the rich cultural
legacy of the classical world through the study of Latin or ancient Greek. Students will continue to
increase their vocabulary and consolidate their grammatical knowledge by reading and translating a
broad selection of adapted and original classical texts. Although English is the language of instruction,
students will continue to develop their proficiency in reading the classical language in order to interpret
the culture of the ancient world. Students will engage in a variety of activities to strengthen their literacy
and research skills, to communicate and collaborate effectively, and to enhance their ability to make
connections between the classical world and other societies.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: UniversityGRADE: 11
PREREQUISITE: LVLCU - Ontario MOE - LVLCU Classical Languages, Level 2 University Preparation (Ancient Greek/Latin)
Classical Civilization LVV4U
This course introduces students to the rich cultural legacy of the classical world and encourages them to
make connections between antiquity and other societies and to their own personal experiences. Through
a variety of enrichment activities, students will investigate aspects of classical culture including mythology
and literature, art, architecture, philosophy, science and technology, as well as elements of the ancient
Greek and Latin languages. By reading classical authors in English translation and examining material
culture brought to light through archaeology, students will enhance their communication skills, their ability
to research effectively, think critically and creatively, and work collaboratively. In addition, they will be encouraged to be culturally sensitive, independent learners who appreciate the interconnectedness of
ancient and modern societies and who will be able to apply this understanding to their future endeavours.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: UniversityGRADE: 12
PREREQUISITE: ENG2D - English or ENG2P - English