8 December: Deck the Halls!


CANE

December 15th
Extended! Submission deadline for the Call for Papers for the CANE Annual Meeting.
CANE writing contest submissions due!!
December 31st
* deadline to nominate a teacher for the Weincke Award for Teaching

BEYOND CANE

  • Brown University’s Annual Latin Carol Celebration is Dec. 9th.
  • CLIPEUS Boston is hosting a Latin “ambulatio” at the Boston MFA, Dec. 14th, from 10am to 4pm. Space is limited, so please email CLIPEUS.
  • The next #latinlangchat is on December 12th!!
  • The deadline for the Iris Art and Fiction Competitions is Dec. 20th.
  • The Pioneer Valley Classical Association is holding its own Classics Day on Friday, Jan. 17th. See the Classics Day Website for more details.
  • SALVI’s Rusticatio Latin July 2014 immersion weeks and pedagogy seminars are now open for registration. Sign up by Feb. 15th for a discount. See link for details. If a whole week is too much, you could sign up for their Biduum, Feb. 21-23.
  • The Vergilian Society is holding its first annual Vergil translation contest for students in K-12. To register, sign up here by 18 February. The contest will be the week of 24-28 February.
  • Remember to submit something AWESOME to MAFLA’s Fall Conference!  The Call for Papers is out!
  • Notre Dame of Maryland University  Spring 2014–LLT511-50 Topics: Teaching Caesar and Vergil

This workshop-format course will cover the content of the new AP Latin
syllabus, with a focus on teaching translation, grammar, scansion,
essay writing and other components of the AP Latin exam.  Teachers
will prepare and share materials for literal translation, writing
analytical essays, and integrating short answer questions into
instruction.  Selected passages will include all the texts in the new
Advanced Placement Latin syllabus.  While the focus will be on
translation and essay writing, assignments and discussion will be
adapted to meet the needs of participants.  Face-to-face classes will
meet from 8:30 to 3:00 the following Saturdays: February 1, 22, March
8, April 5, 26 and May 10. An on-line option will be available for
those living too far to participate in the classroom sessions. All
participants will be registered on the NDMU Joule (our version of
Moodle) course page. Assignments will be due on Joule one week before
each meeting time for both face-to-face and on-line participants.
Discussion of assignments and some peer editing will be done both in
the Saturday classes and in an on-line forum.  Students earn 3
graduate credits.
Cost:  $535 per credit + $130 registration/technology fee.
Registration forms and further information are available from Sister
Therese Dougherty at tdougherty@ndm.edu.

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