CLLA 101 Fall 2012 Introduction to Latin

This is a full-year course on the fundamentals of the Latin language. The first semester and part of the second emphasize learning basic grammar; the rest of the second semester is devoted to reading selections from Latin poetry (e.g., Vergil's Aeneid and some Medieval Latin poetry, e.g., the Carmina Burana) and from Latin prose (e.g., Pliny's Letters and/or the Vulgate Bible).
Class Format: recitation/discussion
Requirements/Evaluation: evaluation will be based on frequent quizzes, tests, classroom exercises, and a final exam
Additional Info: credit granted only if both semesters (CLLA 101 and 102) are taken
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Prerequisites: none; this course is designed for the student with no previous preparation in Latin or with only a little Latin who wishes a refresher; students with some previous experience in Latin may want to enroll in CLLA 102 only (consult the department)
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Divisional Attributes: Division I
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Enrollment Limit: 15
Expected Enrollment: 8-10
Class Number: 1349
CLLA101-01(F) LEC Introduction to Latin Division 1: Languages and the Arts Meredith C. Hoppin
MWF 11:00 AM-12:15 PM Hollander 240 1349
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