Tag: Latin

ACL 2016: Authentic Engagement and Student Empowerment

Melanie and Ivy presented at the American Classical League Summer Institute in Austin, TX, on “Authentic Engagement and Student Empowerment.” A PDF of the presentation is now available.

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Classical to the Core, part 3: Cursus honorum

This part of the presentation suggests ways to introduce beginning students to the cursus honorum and to Roman roads and aqueducts (focusing on the life and works of Appius Claudius Caecus), using primary sources (mostly literary), which students will begin learning to evaluate for reliability.

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Classical to the Core, part 2: Nomina

Part 2 of the presentation delivered at ACTFL 2013 in Orlando. This part of the presentation shows how primary sources (texts, coins, and inscriptions) can be used to introduce beginning students to Roman naming conventions.

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Classical to the Core, part 1: Imperium Romanum

Part 1 of the presentation delivered at ACTFL 2013 in Orlando. This part of the presentation suggests ways to introduce beginning students to the extent of the Roman empire and to coins as a primary source.

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Committee for the Promotion of Latin

The Committee for the Promotion of Latin (CPL) is a standing committee of CAMWS charged with creating and expanding Latin programs and helping students derive maximum benefit from them.

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