Douglas Favelo, PhD
Douglas Favelo, PhD
MA in Classics, PhD in History, UCLA
BA and MA in History, California State University Fresno
Dr. Doug Favelo teaches Patrick Henry College’s core History of Western Civilization courses as well as upper division courses in history. Prior to coming to PHC in 2010, he served as a lecturer for ten years in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literature at California State University Fresno, teaching history, literature, and Latin. In July 2010 he helped lead and teach a UCLA study-abroad program in Rome. During his doctoral studies at UCLA, the largest history graduate program in the nation, he was ranked number one all four years. He specializes in Greek and Roman history and literature; his research interests include Italian resistance to the expansion of Rome and the lives of the Christian desert monks of late Roman Egypt.
Dr. Favelo has been heavily involved in the classical education scene for many years, and also in the homeschool community. He has taught hundreds of homeschooled students Latin, Greek, history, and literature, and has spoken at conferences on homeschooling.
He lives with his wife and four children in Loudoun County, Virginia. His passion is to facilitate students’ intellectual and spiritual development, primarily through the medium of a rigorous, Biblically-centered classical education, to the greater glory of God.
Dr. Favelo has worked with HSLDA Online Academy since 2010 and has developed four Academy courses: AP® World History, AP® European History, Latin 1, and Latin 2.
MDiv, Mid-America Reformed Seminary
BA, Valparaiso University
In 2005, Rev. Andrew Eenigenburg earned his undergraduate degree summa cum laude from Valparaiso University in classical languages and literature. In 2008, he graduated with a Masters of Divinity degree from Mid-America Reformed Seminary in Dyer, Indiana. Since 2009, he has served as the Minister of the West Sayville Reformed Bible Church in Long Island, where he lives with his wife and four children.
Over the past four years, in addition to his ministerial labors, he has taken up classroom instruction in person and online. He teaches Latin 1 and Latin 2 for HSLDA Online Academy and hopes that all of his students will adopt a love of language through Latin.
This is Andrew’s second year teaching for the Academy.
BA, University of California, Los Angeles
Jackie Horton earned her BA in English at UCLA but has most recently earned a Post Graduate Certificate with Distinction in Latin from the University of Wales, UK. She is currently working towards an MA in classical studies.
Jackie is excited at the prospect of sharing her love of the Latin language with students across the country. Ever since she introduced Latin to her own four children 15 years ago, she has never ceased to be amazed at the incredible tool it is to impart English grammar, exercise critical thinking skills, and cultivate an advanced English vocabulary. For her children, it also served as an excellent springboard to the study of modern Romance languages like Spanish and French. Though her children have grown, Jackie has continued to teach Latin at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels for the last 8 years at Trinity Pacific Christian School in Southern California.
When not translating Caesar or Cicero, she loves to read historical fiction, especially any books that bring to life the ancient places of the Bible. She also enjoys running, biking, skiing (water and snow), and generally just being outdoors basking in the sun with her husband and best friend of 30 years. Jackie currently resides in California.
This is her second year teaching for the Academy.
Duration: Yearlong course offered in fall/spring (32 weeks).
Suggested High School Credit Value: 1 credit.
Suggested Grade Level: 10th grade level and up.
Tuition: $495 for HSLDA Members/$545 for non-HSLDA Members.
Save an additional $50 through 6/13 with Early Registration.
Description: Latin 2 is a full-year course that continues the study of Latin grammar and composition. Students will read more advanced Latin texts and translate sentences from English to Latin.
Watch a short introduction from Course Developer Dr. Douglas Favelo.
|Latin 2— Live Online Class Session Schedule, 2017–18
Weekly Meeting Time
||Tuesdays, 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Eastern
||Mr. Andrew Eenigenburg
||Thursdays, 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Eastern
||Mrs. Jackie Horton
|Additional class times will be added as they become available for registration. If you have questions, please call 540-338-8290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What topics will I learn about in Latin 2?
In Latin 2 students will build on the initial Latin skills that they developed in Latin 1. Students will continue their introduction to the Latin language as well as the historical context of Ancient Rome. Students will develop the ability to translate, read, and compose Latin.
Specifically, during this course, students will learn to:
- Translate passages from Latin to English and English to Latin at a beginning level.
- Understand the cultural, social, religious, political, and economic environment in which classical Latin was spoken, written, and read.
- Understand how this legacy impacts western civilization and America today.
- Identify the Latin roots of many English words.
- Memorize vocabulary words.
- Conjugate verbs and decline nouns, adjectives, and adverbs.
- Utilize grammar and syntax to improve their writing.
Am I ready to take Latin 2?
Students taking Latin 2 should have completed Latin 1 or an equivalent course. Students should be able to read and write at a 10th grade level.
What books will I use in Latin 2?
The official booklist for Latin 2 for the 2017–18 academic year is now available.
Starting June 1, you can order your books for the 2017–18 academic year through HSLDA Online Academy’s bookstore.
By purchasing your textbooks through the Academy’s bookstore, you may be eligible for Guaranteed Book Buyback. Please view the eligibility requirements to learn more about Guaranteed Book Buyback.
What if I have a schedule conflict with listed Latin 2 class times?
All live class sessions are recorded for later viewing. While it is recommended that students attend each live class session, students can make arrangements to watch the recordings and receive full participation credit.
Students should contact their instructor at the start of their course to inform the instructor of any foreseen schedule conflicts.
What is a Live Online Class Session in Latin 2?
In every HSLDA Academy course, students meet weekly with their instructor and classmates in an online classroom for additional teaching, discussion, Q&A, or group activities. The class sessions are interactive and are conducted using a web meeting software with video, audio, chat, and application sharing capabilities.
Scheduled, real-time sessions in the online classroom are not the only form of instruction available in a HSLDA Online Academy course, but are offered in addition to lectures or other instructional materials that students are able to access online at their convenience.
When they register, students will need to select a particular class section and live class meeting time. Additional class sections may be added to the schedule at a later point in the course registration period. Registered students will be notified of any changes to the live session schedule.
What is the tuition for Latin 2?
Please visit our tuition and discounts page for a full summary about course costs.
HSLDA members save $50 on yearlong high school courses!