Roman Explorers: North Carolina
When: July 25, 2012
Where: Wake Forest University
|Register by: June 11, 2012
Registration fee: FREE
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Returning to WINSTON-SALEM!
Elementary and middle school students in the Winston-Salem area are invited to join us for a day of Latin, mythology, Roman culture, and more! In this program, students will broaden not only their cultural horizons, but also their knowledge of the foundations of the Western world. No prior knowledge of Latin or the Classics is required.
The program is free for all students! Plus your child will receive 2 free booklets of activities!
Within the areas of Latin, Roman culture, and mythology, students will explore a variety of topics, including:
- Latin Greetings
- Gods, Goddesses, and the Arts
- Mosaics and Art
- Roman Roads
- Roman Clothing
- Roman Food & Banquets
|Ms. Caitlin Campbell
Caitlin Campbell is a fifth year at the University of Virginia. She will graduate in May 2012 from a five-year combined Bachelor's and Master's program through which she will earn a Bachelor of Arts in Classics (Latin concentration) and a Master of Teaching in Foreign Language Education. She is an active member in the Classics Club at UVA. She completed her student teaching in a Latin classroom at Albemarle High School during Fall 2011 and she hopes to teach in northern Virginia next year. In her spare time, she plays clarinet in UVA's Cavalier Marching Band and works as a barista at the original Greenberry's Tea and Coffee Company in Charlottesville, VA. Her professional memberships include the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, the American Classical League, and the Classical Association of Virginia.