This is our catalog of courses. We will occasionally adjust the course listing to reflect the addition of new courses and the retirement of others.
Ready to move forward from our Middle School Intermediate Latin courses? This course is the next step in your Middle School Latin journey!
Total classes: 12
Prerequisite: Intermediate Middle School Latin, Part One and Two (or the equivalent.) A placement exam is available for students who did not take middle school Latin with Homeschool Connections by emailing [email protected].
Suggested grade level: 7th to 8th
Suggested credit: One full semester Latin
Note: This course was previously listed as Advanced Middle School Latin, Part One – Ecce Romani
Ready to move forward from our Middle School Intermediate Latin courses? You can pack a full semester’s worth of Advanced Middle School Latin this summer in just three weeks! This course is the next step in your Middle School Latin journey! Upon completion of Part One and Part Two of Middle School Advanced Latin, students will be ready to enter High School Intermediate Latin. We will continue to learn grammar and improve our translation skills. This course will help prepare students for future Latin classes at the high school level. Students will participate in an engaging class each day in which they will learn the fundamentals of Latin. There will be optional homework assignments and fun activities to encourage students to develop strong study skills. Come join us for this summer adventure!
Class 1 – Chapter 12
Class 2 – Chapter 12
Class 3 – Review
Class 4 – Review
Class 5 – Chapter 13
Class 6 – Chapter 13
Class 7 – Chapter 14
Class 8 – Chapter 15
Class 9 – Chapter 15 Review
Class 10 – Chapter 16
Class 11 – Chapter 17
Class 12 – Chapter 17 Review
***No Latin dictionaries (physical or online), please.
Homework: Students can expect a variety of assignments that could include exercises to reinforce concepts learned with an ultimate goal of translating Latin into English proficiently. Students taking this course will have three options regarding homework. Students will need to specify which option they have chosen at the start of the course.