Latin 4 'Add-on' - Responde Latine!

The class will be taught by Michael Kopf, M.A. and will feature practical exercises in spoken Latin based on the passages we are reading in Vergil. Class will meet for 45 minutes once per week with no homework. These short weekly sessions are designed to reinforce basic vocabulary and syntax while deepening and enriching your encounter with the texts we are reading in Latin 4. We will keep the class small - with a minimum of 3 and maximum of 8 students to ensure the opportunity for everyone to participate. 

  • This class will remain open until the end of September


  • Prerequisites: Current enrollment in CLRC Latin 4, 5, or 6.
    Instructor:  Michael Kopf, M.A.
    Grade Level:  9th - Adult 
    Age Level:  14 - Adult 
    Minimum Enrollment: 3 
    Maximum Enrollment: 8 
    Tuition per Semester:  $97.50

    Class Meets: Thursdays, 10:45 - 11:30 AM Pacific
    Class Begins: September 23rd
    Class Duration: 10 weeks


Fall 2020 Registration for this Course Opens on February 27.

Fall enrollment is closed. Students may be able to enroll with the instructor’s permission. Please contact Spring registration opens Oct 18th.

(If you would like to enroll in this class but cannot attend at the posted time, please contact us.  We may be able to open an additional section.)

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Michael Kopf, M.A.

Michael Kopf received his MA in Ancient Philology in 2015 from the Polis Institute in Jerusalem after completing undergraduate studies in Classics at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and at the University of Vienna. He has working knowledge of 9 languages, and has been teaching Classical Greek and Latin for the last 5 years. He has taught classical languages to middle- and high-school students and graduate students, both through immersion and in more conventional settings, in Rome, Vienna and Jerusalem, and has also taught teacher training courses in Rome and Jerusalem. 

He enjoys rediscovering the ancient world and its reception, especially the history of classical education, grammar and linguistics. He recently settled in rural Austria with his wife and is eager to continue sharing his enthusiasm for antiquity and language learning through online teaching. In this way, he hopes to contribute towards making classical studies more accessible.



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