LAN102: Classical Latin II (Introductory)
|Accredited towards||Diploma of Classical Languages|
|Unit type||Core unit|
|Indicative contact hours||3 hours per week|
|Offered in||Semester 2|
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This unit builds on the knowledge and skills acquired in LAN101. Students continue the study of Latin grammar and syntax, learning more complicated constructions. If they have not already done so, students begin exercises in reading comprehension using both confected texts as well as passages from Latin literature.
On completion of the unit students will have:
- An understanding of the concepts of Latin grammar covered in this unit.
- Knowledge of a wider Latin vocabulary and grammar, including syntax.
- The ability to understand, and explain, longer passages of Latin.
- The ability to translate more complex texts from Latin to English and vice versa.
- The ability to participate effectively and confidently in group work and practical exercises in tutorials.
Students may enrol in LAN102 if they have completed LAN101. Otherwise they may only enrol if they have a sufficiently advanced, and demonstrable, knowledge of Latin sufficient for this unit.
Interested in other Latin units?
LAN101: Classical Latin I
LAN102: Classical Latin II
LAN203: Classical Latin III
LAN204: Classical Latin IV
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LAN302: Pagans and Christians from Augustus to Augustine
LAN305: The Eternal City from Paganism to Christianity