LATIN SELF-STUDY AND TEACHING TEXTS FOR HIGH SCHOOLS

J.M. Claassen

Abstract


With the present state of flux in education, Latin teaching has been placed under greater
pressures than ever before. Yet almost in every centre, even in areas where Latin has been
phased out because of "rationalisation", pupils and their parents approach the universities
for advice on private tutoring in Latin. At the same time there is a market that was
consistently neglected in the South African school system. There has to date been a
National Examination, which fell under the former Department of Education and Training
of the House of Assembly, which was annually taken by private candidates, some
candidates from a few "Black" schools which offer Latin, and some from independent or
correspondence colleges. Most, but not all, were students from traditionally "Black" areas,
where Latin is not generally taught.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7445/39-1-529

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