Latin I | an Online Latin Course for Beginning Latin Homeschool Students
Latin I will take your student on a fascinating language adventure, developing the skills needed to decode languages and cultures.
Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.
~Rita Mae Brown
Latin I Students will learn:
- First 3 Conjugations
- 5 Declensions
- Noun Attributes
- Verb attributes
- Present Tense
- 300 Vocabulary Words
- English and Latin grammar
- English to Latin and Latin to English Translations
- Sayings and prayers.
- Sentence Diagramming
- How to study and learn a foreign language
Our classes are limited in class size for dynamic and lively interaction, led by experienced instructors who love teaching as well as the beauty and clarity of the Latin language.
Latin I is class is a full-year one-credit high school program: The class will be taught and graded by your True North Homeschool Academy teacher. The coursework your child will complete in this high school level course is equal to one credit hour, which may be awarded by your homeschool upon completion of the course. If you need help determining your students’ credits or creating a transcript, check out our Academic Advising.
This high school level class is appropriate for 5th -12th-grade students who want a solid introduction to Latin with High School Credit.
This class is perfect training for the National Latin Exam. Class games and challenges are part of the learning, and students can expect quizzes and 5 Unit Tests throughout the year. This course is an excellent introduction to the fascinating study of foreign language and will set your student up for future Foreign Language success. Optime!
He who knows no foreign languages knows nothing of his own. ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
- Student Text, a simple 32-page workbook
- Student Workbook with 4-6 pages of exercises per lesson
- Quizzes & Tests booklet
- Study Helps from True North Homeschool Academy
This class is a perfect fit for students who have previously taken Latin A or are in 5th grade and above.