Summer Latin 1.5
If you’ve completed a high school Latin 1 class and want some entertaining review and a quick peek into some of the topics coming up in Latin 2, this class is for you! We’ll read some simple stories about Roman history, write our own poems in Latin, study some state mottos, and perform a short play — also in Latin, of course! This is a lighthearted course with optional homework.
Prerequisites: High School Latin I
Instructor: Anne Van Fossen, M.A.
Age Level: 13 years – Adult
Grade Level: 7 and above
Minimum Enrollment: 5
Maximum Enrollment: 15
Class Meets: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00 – 9:50 AM Pacific, for 4 weeks, June 8 – June 29 (Class meets 7 times)
Textbook and Materials: All materials provided by the instructor.
Anne Van Fossen, M.A.
Anne Van Fossen spent seven years working with her husband, John, to found a Christian Classical K-8 school in California. Anne was the Director of Program and Curriculum Development and head of the Ancient Languages Department. She has over 15 years of experience teaching classical Greek and Latin to all ages from Kindergarten to adult. Anne earned her Master’s degree in Classics from the University of California at Santa Barbara where she was awarded the Keith Aldridge Memorial Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in the Classics and taught Greek Mythology, Classical Archaeology, Greek Civilization, and Greek Tragedy as a teaching assistant for four years. Anne earned her bachelor’s degree in Physics and Chemistry (summa cum laude) from Mount Holyoke College and was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi Societies. Anne lives in Naples, Idaho where she homeschools her three sons with her husband. She loves reading, running, and romping with her boys.