Latin 2. Intermediate
Latin. A continuation of LATN 1 with emphasis on the
development of active skills in reading and writing.
Selections include passages from Roman history and Latin
poetry. Meets the Foreign Language Graduation Proficiency
Prerequisite: Latin 1B or equivalent; or permission of
Why Take This Course?
- You will find out what happens to Marcus, Sextus,
Gaius Cornelius, Cornelia, and especially Titus
- You will complete your study of basic Latin grammar
- This class satisfies the CSUS language
Grading: Quizzes receive a numerical grade. The average
of these grades is 80% of the grade in the class. 90%-100% =
A; 80%-89% = B; 70%-79% = C; 60%-69% = D. Less than 60% =
You should have taken Latin 1A and 1B at CSUS or
two semesters of Latin at another university. Two years
of study in high school should be sufficient preparation
for this class. If you are in doubt, contanct the
I recommend that you have a SacLink
account for electronic mail and Internet services.
Although a home computer with a high speed modem running
Netscape or Internet Explorer would be beneficial,
students can use the Web from one of the campus
student labs. For web pages which contain exercises
based on Ecce Romani, see overviewLatin1A.htm
In Fall 2004, after a week's review (which will
include some handouts and lesson 36) the class will begin
with Ecce Romani lesson 37 "Off to School" and proceed to
Lesson 53 or 54 by the end of the semester.
Discipline to complete projects by deadlines;
motivation to read, write, and participate fully in class
activities; and time to devote approximately 10 hours a
week to a 4-credit course.
Mark Riley's Web page and