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Introducing Prose Composition to Year 9 Students: Strategies for Developing Confidence in English to Latin Translation

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 November 2018

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This research will investigate whether the teaching of prose composition to a group of students with no or very limited experience helps improve their linguistic knowledge and performance. The investigation covers two different strategies: a step method and an annotation method, The new WJEC Eduqas GCSE Latin paper was first examined in 2018 and contains an optional prose composition section. This comprises three sentences to be translated from English into Latin.


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