Latin Language & Roman Culture Online Course Spotlight

by Lynna Sutherland in Online Course Spotlights

Linda (Magistra) Shea has a 4.94/5 star rating on Outschool. She has been teaching Latin in the classroom (and lately online) for more than a decade, and editing/tutoring for even longer. Linda uses games, pop culture references, mnemonics, and role playing to immerse students in the subject. 

Latin strengthens academic pursuits!

LINDA (MAGISTRA) SHEA- EDUCATOR

Students and parents are pleasantly surprised to discover how Latin strengthens other academic pursuits such as math and science as well as broader life skills. As co-director of a private summer academy, I enjoyed developing curriculum that seemed like recreation while delivering substantial core-aligned material. Though my students have won awards and scholarships for their performance on tests in the subjects I teach, I consider the true measure of success to be the enthusiasm for learning they carry with them even after the course has ended.


Latin Language & Roman Culture: Facts at a Glance

Instructor/Company: Magistra Shea
Website: Outschool
Religious Perspective: None
Levels/Sections: 3
Age Range: Ages 12-14
Pronunciation (?): Classical Pronunciation
Instruction Method (?): Reading Method

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Get to Know Latin Language & Roman Culture!

Who is the instructor of Latin Language & Roman Culture?

Linda (Magistra) Shea is the instructor of Latin Language & Roman Culture.

For which ages/grades is Latin Language & Roman Culture most appropriate?

Latin Language & Roman Culture is most appropriate for ages 12-14.

Does completion of Latin Language & Roman Culture earn a student high school credit?

Yes, completing Latin Language & Roman Culture earns a high school credit.

How can homeschool parents know if their child is ready for Latin Language & Roman Culture?

There are no prerequisites or placement tests for Latin Language & Roman Culture.

How often and for how long does Latin Language & Roman Culture meet?

Latin Language & Roman Culture meets for 10 weeks, once weekly.

What curriculum, if any, does Latin Language & Roman Culture use?

Latin Language & Roman Culture uses the Cambridge Latin Series.

Course Details for Latin Language & Roman Culture

Which subjects are covered in Latin Language & Roman Culture?

  • Latin grammar
  • Latin vocabulary
  • English derivatives from Latin
  • Latin translation passages
  • Roman history
  • Ancient geography
  • Roman Culture/Daily Life

Latin grammar and vocabulary are presented through a series of stories set against the backdrop of Ancient Pompeii, enriched with related cultural, historical, and geographic material.

Does Latin Language & Roman Culture teach Classical or Ecclesiastical pronunciation {more info}?

Latin Language & Roman Culture teaches using Classical Pronunciation.

What approach to Latin learning does Latin Language & Roman Culture use to teach language study {more info} ?

Latin Language & Roman Culture uses the Classical, Charlotte Mason approach.

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Free Samples and Resources from Latin Language & Roman Culture

One of my curated online magazines, which I utilize in classes: https://flipboard.com/@casashea/ancient-rome-289fbsqvz

Linda (Magistra) Shea on Social Media

Tutoring profile https://www.wyzant.com/tutor/profile

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About the Author Lynna Sutherland

Lynna Sutherland is the mom of eight kids ranging in age from high school to preschool. She loves to encourage parents in grace-based, relationship-focused Christian parenting.

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