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Sunday, June 26 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
3E1 Active Cultural Projects for the Latin Classroom

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Learning about Roman culture is an essential part of the Latin classroom. Students can develop a more complete understanding and appreciation of ancient culture through creative or more research-based projects. In this presentation, participants will learn about the following project ideas, which can be implemented at all grade levels: Roman naming ceremonies, mythology essays and plays, the creation of culturally themed movies, and building structures found in a Roman city. Many of these projects include the use of active Latin, incorporating the spoken and written language as a main component. All participants are encouraged to share their own successful projects.


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Krystal Kubichek

Vice-chair, ETC
Though I teach in NJ, I live in Philadelphia, PA. I've taught Latin I-IV AP at PHS, a public school in the most diverse district in NJ, for the past 7 years. I've also been lucky enough to have some of the best mentors a Latin teacher can ask for. My students are active in NJCL: we hosted NJ's 2015 Convention. I'm vice-chair of Excellence Through Classics (ETC). I also founded a group on Facebook for Latin teachers in PA, DE, and NJ called the... Read More →

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Christopher Buczek

Latin Teacher, Cathedral Preparatory School



Sunday June 26, 2016 4:00pm - 5:30pm
UTC Room 4.112

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