The fourth year of the Latin course will guide the student from the Principate and into the changes made by Augustus, as well as a full study of Latin poetry and prose. Texts taken directly from the Bello Gallico and the Aeneid, offer the student an opportunity to do linear translations with the aid of newly introduced and previously learned vocabulary. The student is mentored into developing a critical mind that is constantly engaged in comparing and contrasting, and understanding cause and effect. As they navigate the curriculum, read and translate, students acquire a life learner’s view of politics and the influence of characters such as Julius Caesar and Augustus. Honor students will work towards cumulative midterms and finals while expanding their depth of understanding.
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