Latin 101: Fall, 1998
Professor Dennis G. Glew
Frederic M. Wheelock, Wheelocks
Latin, 5th. ed. Richard A. LaFleur, ed. New York:
Mary W. Blundell and Ann
Cumming, Auricula Meretricula (Revised Edition).
Newburyport MA: Focus Classical Library. 1993. (= AM)
On reserve in Reeves
Library: N. Goldman and L. Szymanski, English
Grammar for Students of Latin. Ann Arbor: The Olivia and Hill
II. Course Grade
- Homework: Written
assignments are to be prepared from the "Sententiae
Antiquae" sections of each chapter of Wheelock. On
the first class for which a chapter is assigned,
even-numbered sentences are due; on the second,
odd-numbered. (In the event just one class is allotted
for a chapter, prepare the even-numbered sentences.)
Assignments should be double-spaced, in ink (or typed),
- If you prefer to submit an
assignment electronically, attach the document to an
- 3 hourly examinations, 50%
- Final examination, 25%
- Homework, 15%
- Class participation, 10%
III. Attendance and
- Make-up tests will be
given only upon receipt of a letter from a doctor or
otherwise under exceptional circumstances.
- The Moravian College
Policy on Academic Honesty governs the preparation of all
assignments in this course.
- After 4 cuts a
students name will be sent to the Office of Student
Services and students will be asked the explain the
reasons for excessive absences.
Overdue written assignments
will be assigned a grade of zero except in special circumstances.