Latin units 2

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Latin Units - 1996


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Latin second- and third-year units



In addition to the following, see also HCA215, HCA217/317, and HCA219/319
and HCA315

HCL200 Latin 2A & HCL201 Latin 2B

Consists of a study of selected Latin texts (both poetry and prose) plus revision of the grammar covered in Latin 1. Before the beginning of each semester, intending students will be notified which texts are to be studied. Texts will be provided by the department. Note: students must enrol in both HCL200 and HCL201. Qualified students should see the HoD in December 1995.

Special notes these units MAY NOT be available in 1996 
teaching staff
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [combined value 40%]
teaching pattern full year - 4 hrs a week
prerequisites HCL100 or HCA215 or HCA315
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment 3-hour literature exam in July (20%), 3-hour literature exam (20%) and 3-hour language exam in Nov (20%), 2,000-word literature essay in sem 2 (15%), weekly language exercises (25%).
required texts, etc
recommended reading

Course: Bachelor of Arts (R3A)







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