Please click on the above hyperlink to get to my Quia homepage. On this page you will fine a class webpage for Latin I, Latin II, Latin III, and Latin IV.
Powerpoint on how to use Quia (please right click and download as a file):
All assignments that students can do at home came be downloaded and printed off from their class webpage on Quia. You can also find materials for each level of Latin listed by the class webpages under Latin I Materials, Latin II Materials, Latin III Materials, Latin IV materials. All Quia exercises for grammar and vocabulary for the entire semester for each level of Latin can be found at the folders at the bottom of the main page for extra help and practice.
These class webpages have a daily schedule for the current week that includes all assignments for that week listed by day, notes, powerpoints with narration, translation worksheets, and Quia homework exercises. Students that are absent, need extra reinforcement, or miss assignments should get their work from their class homepage.
I am available to answer student questions after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
My Classroom Mission
Our mission is to understand that the Romans and their language are not figments of the past but they are very much alive in our everyday lives. We will do this by learning about Roman culture, history, language, and mythology.
I grew up in Marietta GA and after I graduated from high school, I attented Lousiana State Univeristy
in Baton Rouge, LA. I graduated in Spring 2007 magna cum laude with my Bacholors of Arts in Latin. After graduating from LSU, I attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill where I recieved my Masters in the Art of Education with a concentration in Latin in the summer of 2008.
I became a Latin teacher due to the profound impact and passion my high school Latin teacher had everyday during class. I love what I do and I hope to share some of my own passion and enthusiam for the Romans and their language with all of you.