I’m launching my first on-line Classical Nahuatl course on August 15 (the class will be offered again in September and then again every other month). If that sounds at all interesting, here’s a basic overview of how the class will work.
Basic Classical Nahuatl 101 is a thirteen-module, self-paced course that requires no previous knowledge of the language. Each module consists of three elements:
1. A 20-slide presentation on a particular aspect of Classical Nahuatl, narrated by your instructor. You have the ability to repeat slides (or the entire presentation) as many times as you want. And you can view the presentation on any day you want, not just the first day it goes live.
2. A translating/writing exercise that you can submit to the instructor for feedback (within the month that the course is officially active).
3. A quiz that you can take to test your growing understanding of the language. Both are optional. No pressure!
Though the course has been assigned to a particular month, you are not limited in your access to just that month. Your $120 gives you access to that course for the ENTIRE YEAR. Note also that you can only access the course online, but it is iPhone & iPad friendly.