Lat 3 S07

Lat 3 S07 - and vocabulary, these will test reading skills...

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Latin 3 Office: 309 Reed Hall Spring, 2007 Office hours: Thurs. 1-4, Professor Stewart and by appt. In this class we will work with G. Knudsvig, G. Seligson et al. Latin for Reading . The textbook uses real (read “old”) Latin, not made up Latin; and it develops an understanding of the Latin language in linguistic terms (morphology, syntax, and semantics). The goal of the course is to develop skills for reading Latin. Latin 3 meets four days per week at the 9S. X-hour is reserved for extra sessions, as needed. Required Text : G. Knudsvig, G. Seligson et al. Latin for Reading . rev. ed. (Ann Arbor 1986). Grades : Weekly quizzes 40% Midterm, 4 MAY 20% Final exam 30% Citizenship 10% Weekly quizzes will test understanding of Latin morphology, syntax, and vocabulary. Weekly quizzes cannot be made up, unless you have an emergency documented by a Dean or a health professional. Midterm and final exams will be cumulative. In addition to morphology, syntax
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Unformatted text preview: and vocabulary, these will test reading skills of prepared basic sentences and sight passages. Citizenship means showing up, on time, with homework prepared. Your contribution to the group learning process will affect your grade. Unexcused absences lower your grade: three by a half grade; six by a full grade. Classroom policies: 1. No cell phones or lap tops to be used during class. 2. Dartmouth has a disabilities policy. Students with disabilities are encouraged to meet with me at the beginning of the term in order to plan for any required accommodation. 3. Dartmouth College has an Honor Code, adherence to which will be enforced. Students are not permitted to consult books or notes during exams, nor to exit the test room during an exam. Please consult with me before using any outside resources (books, internet sites, other students), as use of some resources may put you in violation of the Dartmouth Honor Code....
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2008 for the course LAT 3 taught by Professor Syson during the Summer '08 term at Dartmouth.

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