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Simply Classical Latin Progression

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    Simply Classical Latin Progression

    This video explains our SC Latin progression. We begin with a brief introduction second semester of SC 3 and then teach fully in SC 4 and beyond:

    Simply Classical Latin Progression


    #2
    Thank you for this, Cheryl!
    Festina lentē,
    Jessica P

    SY2019-2020 · 8th MP Year
    @ Home, HLN, & MPOA
    S · 10th, MPOA Henle 3
    D · 8th
    D · 5th
    S · 2nd

    Highlands Latin Nashville Cottage School

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      #3
      This is excellent. Thank you.
      Margaret of Georgia, in west TN – Enginerd’s wife and Mama

      2018-2019 · 7th MP Year, 8th Homeschooling
      Trekking along at a student self-pace...
      DD · 4M -- DD · SC 3/4 -- DS · JrK -- DD · Pre -- EDD 11/2019

      Memoria Scholé Academy
      [url]www.CreativeMadnessMama.com[/url]

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        #4
        Wonderful! Thank you for making this.
        The Homeschool Grads:
        J- 6/96
        S- 11/98

        Still Homeschooling:
        G- 4/04
        D- 5/05
        F- 7/08 (my only girl)

        Future Homeschooler:
        M- 9/16

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          #5
          This video is very helpful, but I am wondering if a child who has only done the SC3 intro to Prima Latina can go on to Latina Christiana in SC 5/6? It sounds like it may not be possible if part of the purpose is to help teach English grammar, but may be I am misunderstanding the video.
          JeJe Greer
          Mom to:
          Stella (6M in 2018-2019)
          Clara (SC3 in 2018-2019)

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            #6
            Originally posted by jejegreer View Post
            This video is very helpful, but I am wondering if a child who has only done the SC3 intro to Prima Latina can go on to Latina Christiana in SC 5/6? It sounds like it may not be possible if part of the purpose is to help teach English grammar, but may be I am misunderstanding the video.
            Oh, yes. English grammar, English vocabulary, and a broad understanding of language will be taught throughout all of the student's Latin studies.

            When we began Latin in our home, Prima did not exist! We started with Latina Christiana.

            If you are more comfortable teaching through Prima Latina, you can substitute SC 4 Prima Latina plans. These take less time to teach, with review what you covered in SC 3, and in your situation (known via other posts), you might achieve greater compliance in daily lessons.

            However, academically a child who is ready will be fine starting Latin studies with LC in SC 5/6. Such a child will receive English grammar through all of Latin. We reinforce this through EGR in SC 5/6.

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