ACADEMIC

YEAR

2019-2020

FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES

Latin 1 (7th-12th)
Latin 1 provides an introduction to the language of Latin, as well as the history of Italy, Rome, the Republic, and other aspects of Roman life. Using the Bible as the primary source, this course provides information on the alphabet, pronunciation, declensions, moods, and other basic grammatical information. Charts, examples, and graphs provide helpful notes on memorizing or recalling certain facts. Exercises are included, though they must be written in a student-provided notebook. Following a story of a Roman centurion and his family, students will learn new vocabulary in context as they read.
• Offered as requested
• Latin 2 (8th-12th)
Latin 2 provides a continuing introduction to the Latin language begun in Latin 1. Using the Latin Vulgate as well as an original Latin story as the base for reading passages, this level covers interrogative pronouns, the pluperfect and future perfect tenses, objective genitive, predicate accusative, demonstratives, adjectives, adverbs, the fourth declension, present participles, and more. Following a story of a Roman centurion and his family, students will learn new vocabulary in context as they read.
• Offered as requested
• Latin 3 (9th-12th)
Latin 3 builds on basic Latin language principles by adding creative writing, reports, advanced reading, comprehension and conversation. The class includes continuing lessons on English derivatives for Latin words. Advanced grammar is included, along with deeper exploration of culture and history.
• Offered as requested
• Latin 4 (10th-12th)
Latin 4 advances students’ exposure to the classical writers and less common grammatical constructions and idiomatic usages. The class continues to observe English derivatives for new Latin words. Assigned reading and reports will increase students’ understanding of the culture of the time period as well.
• Offered as requested
• Intro to Biblical Greek (12th)
Intro to Biblical Greek lays the groundwork for further study of the language. The purpose of the course is to simplify many of the basic concepts of biblical Greek and give you an edge should you continue with more advanced studies of the language. An understanding of biblical Greek can help students understand the truths of the New Testament in a deeper way, as well as grasp the fullness of God’s perfect timing, using a vastly known language to communicate the Good News of Jesus Christ throughout the Western world. Be inspired to love the Savior more as you grasp the Bible’s message more clearly!
• Offered as requested

Foreign language classes are elective classes available on request. Foreign language classes will have lessons posted each day, Monday through Friday.

OUR CLASSES

ELEMENTARY
MS/HS GOVERNMENT
MS/HS HISTORY
MS/HS LANGUAGE
MS/HS LITERATURE
MS/HS MATHEMATICS
MS/HS PHILOSOPHY
MS/HS SCIENCE
FOREIGN LANGUAGE

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