…or, as we say, tempestas orta est!
Salvete, omnes! You can see what I see out the window when I teach today…in Latin… in the video below. It is, uh, a little cold!
Salvete, omnes! I’ve hardly had time to write updates, either here, or on the Facebook page, since I’ve been occupatissimus (extremely busy!) this semester, but after a week of turkey and travel for Thanksgiving (with all appropriate precautions taken for COVID) I’ve finally set aside a few minutes to write about what has been goingContinue reading “A 2021 Post-Thanksgiving Update”
Salvete, omnes! This Fall’s line-up of courses are available, here. I won’t got into too much detail in this post since you can read the course descriptions yourself, but we’ve got three, count’em, three, courses this semester: 1 for Students who have never Spoken Latin before but have some Latin experience and want to tryContinue reading “Initial Fall Course Line-Up”
Time flies! Summer is rushing by us and I’m as occupied teaching Latin (and a little Greek from Athenaze!) as ever. This week in my regular classes we’ve continued to read Cornelius Nepos and Guilliemus de Tocco on Hannibal and St. Thomas respectively. In my private sessions we’ve also looked at several interesting authors thisContinue reading “Tempus fugit!”
Salvete, omnes! If you’re looking for my more day-to-day thoughts on teaching Latin online, check out my new Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/MagisterMeletus.