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Emmanuel College Boston, MA
Tufts University (Master's)
I have taught Latin at all levels to high school students in Massachusetts and Virginia. We covered everything from vocabulary to grammar - oh that 'dreaded' passive voice - to reading and translating. We read both prose and poetry - from Livy to Cicero to Catullus, Horace, and best of all Vergil. My goal is to make students comfortable with all the nuances of learning a foreign language, even an ancient one. A great part of this is to make connections between the ancient and modern worlds.
After retiring from full time teaching I tutored several students in levels 2, 3, 5AP. I also worked with my niece who was home schooled in Latin Two. I am flexible time wise, and have tutored both at my home, the student's home, and even Starbucks. I have taught Latin at all levels to high school students in Massachusetts and Virginia. We covered everything from vocabulary to grammar - oh that 'dreaded' passive voice -
My student seems to be learning a lot and she enjoys working with Janice. I am so thankful for her help! I would highly recommend Janice if you child needs help with Latin!
Great job! My daughter is getting a lot out of her lessons. Thanks for arranging to be here this week. It is a big help and I know Emma will do well on her test.
Our son has been with Janice for 5 sessions. He has gained confidence and is now enjoying
Latin. We are extremely pleased.
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