CL 310 : Site map
Home.
 
The CL 310 front page.  Links to next class, the current unit, and a random web page of interest.
   
Syllabus.
 

An overview of the course:

Introduction:  the big picture.
Objectives:  what students will gain from the course.
Instructor:  office hours and contact information.
Textbooks:  books to purchase.
Requirements:  assignments, quizzes, and other bases for grading.

   
Calendar.
 

Complete list of class meetings and due dates:

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Project.
 

Guidelines for the semester project:

Introduction:  what the project is about.
Poems:  selecting a poem to research.
Translation:  guidelines for your polished translation.
Scansion:  about your scansion of the poem.
Recitation:  guidelines for memorizing and reciting your poem.
Presentation:  guidelines for presenting your research to date.
Paper:  
guidelines for the final version of your paper.
Milestones:  assignments and due dates.
Resources:  helpful web tools for writing and research.

See also:

Resources > scholarship: search engines for finding secondary sources.

   
Opera.
 

Other assignments due in class:

Introduction: about these assignments.
Scansion
:  list of meter-related assignments.
Discussions:  articles to be discussed in class.
Reports:  miscellaneous topics to enhance our readings.

   
Quizzes.
 

Take-home quizzes due this term:

Introduction: about these quizzes.
Format
:  how to complete the quizzes successfully.
Quiz 1:  guidelines on the first quiz.
Quiz 2:  guidelines on the second quiz.
Quiz 3:  guidelines on the third quiz.
Quiz 4:  guidelines on the fourth quiz.

   
Reserves.
 

Books on reserve at Scribner Library.

   
Resources.
 

Links to Web resources on Catullus, Latin grammar, and Latin poetry:

Texts, meter:  the poet, his medium, and his meters.
Grammar:  Latin constructions and syntax.
Myth, culture:  the Romans and their society.
Scholarship:  search engines for finding secondary sources.

See also:

Semester project > resources:  helpful web tools for writing and research.

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