(I stopped doing posts simply about upcoming classes, mostly to reduce clutter, but I realise some people read this blog but do not get updates on my courses via other means. So, I’ll make a habit of doing a regular post before each term, and then deleting it subsequently)
I have a range of classes beginning next week, and I’d love you to come and get a healthy dose of Latin or Ancient Greek with me. Courses on offer include:
Greek 103 – A continuing cohort working with Athenaze from ch 12.
Greek 184 : LGPSI+ 4 – a free-wheeling class focused on developing new LGPSI content/stories as well as conversational ability
Greek 272 : Plato II – in which we read Plato’s dialogues. Currently about to start Meno
Greek 282 : Greek composition 3 – A class for developing (creative) writing skills in ancient Greek
Greek 313 : Basil – Come and read Basil of Caesarea’s take on the place of Hellenistic learning in 4th century Christian paideia.
Latin 103 – A continuing group working with Familia Romana, starting at ch 22. (A new 101 cohort will start in October)
Latin 207 : CS Lewis’ Latin Letters – Read the Latin correspondence of CS Lewis.
Latin 232: Dhuoda – The instructions of a Carolingian noblewoman to her sons.
- If you can get a group of at least 2 people, I can put together a custom course to suit your needs.
- I have a limited number of scholarships available, if finances or other circumstances put these beyond your reach. Contact me to find out more.
- If you’re unsure of what might be a best fit for you, I’m happy to arrange a chat to discuss your background, needs, and goals in language learning.