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Unit name Latin 1A
Unit code HTL101
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Humanities
Discipline History and Classics
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Learning Outcomes



Mutual Exclusions

You cannot enrol in this unit as well as the following:

HTL100, HTC215, HTC315, XBR118


Teaching Pattern

On Campus:
Video Grammar Module (20 mins/1 time)
Weekly seminars (2 times = 3 hours per week)
Weekly tutorial (1 hour/1 time)

Off Campus:
Video Grammar Module (20 mins/1 time)
Seminar Video Recordings (3 hours/4 times)
Web Conferences (4 x semester)


Reflective questions, 10%; vocabulary and paradigm quizzes, 15%; grammar and translation exercises, 35%; 2-hr exam, 40%.

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Available from the Co-op Bookshop: Peter V. Jones & Keith C. Sidwell, Reading Latin: Text and Vocabulary (2nd Edition: 2016)  and Reading Latin: Grammar and Exercises (2nd Edition: 2016).

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