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LATN 7770

Latin Teaching Apprenticeship
Credit Hours:
1-3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 3 hours credit.

The teaching of elementary Latin at the college level; an introduction to methods and materials. Observations and practice teaching are required.

For two hours credit, the format is one hour lecture + two hours lab per week; for one hour credit, the format is two hours lab per week; for the maximum of three hours credit, the format is one hour lecture + four hours lab per week.


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