Third Form Latin

Suggested Grades: 
7th-10th grade

Meeting Info:
Class Duration: 45 minutes

Prerequisites: Second Form Latin

Third Form Latin (as the name implies) is the third in our true Latin course. Students will continue learning Latin in more depth as they review material from First Form and Second Form and learn the verb paradigms for all four conjugations in the indicative active and passive. By Lesson 15, students will be translating full paragraphs of Latin text.

By the end of the year, students will have mastered the perfect system passive indicative of all four conjugations, active and passive subjunctive of all four conjugations, imperative mood and vocative case, 4th declension neuter nouns, regular and irregular comparison of adjectives and adverbs, 3rd person pronouns, syntax, and will bring up their total vocabulary words to 240!!

Third Form Latin is a beast but a good one!

Third Form Latin is recommended for grades 7th-10th but we do on occasion have students of other grade levels. 

Magistra Brittany (magistra means teacher in Latin) will guide your student each week: reviewing old lessons, teaching the new vocabulary and corresponding derivatives, explaining Latin grammar, and helping children understand what they will be required to do.

We provide a suggested “homework” lesson plan to help your child work through their lesson at a good pace. This includes when to do their workbook pages and when to review vocabulary.

Each week there is a quiz that is recommended but is up to the parents to decide if they wish to quiz their child. 

There are also occasional review weeks where the students get to play Latin Jeopardy in class, do their review workbook pages at home, and then take a test at the end of the week. 

Note: Parents, you will still be the one responsible for grading your child’s work.

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