• As you start to think about Latin next fall, here are some things you can do to review over the summer.

    Vocabulary: Review the vocab lists under the class tabs on the left, or check out the Quizlet and "Core Vocabulary" link under the Latin Websites tab. 

    If you are planning on taking the AP Exam next year, you may want to focus on the "AP Vocabulary List" under the Latin websites tab.

     

    Grammar: The simplest thing to do would be to read through the Grammar Guides under the class tabs on the left.  Simply reading through the documents once a week or so will help keep terminology fresh in your memory.  You may also check out the latintutorial.com website for videos to watch. 

    If you are planning on taking the AP Exam you may want to also start playing around with the "Hexameter Practice" website.

     

    Contact: If you need to get a hold of me over the summer, you can reach me at the following.

    Email: zpuckett@usd497.org

    Twitter: @ZPuckett

    Insta: zpuckett91

    Twitch: Spyral_HAM

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MA Classics - KU, 2009 BA Classical Languages - KU 2007

Mr. Zachary Puckett

Latin Teacher, Free State High School and Lawrence High School
 
Basic Educational Background
I was born and raised in Lawrence.  I graduated from Free State in 2003.  I stayed in town and received a BA in Classical Languages from KU in 2007, then earned my MA in Classics in 2009.
 
 
Basic Teaching Background
I began teaching at a private school in town as an undergrad at KU in 2004.  I taught Latin 1 and 2 until 2007.  From 2007 to 2009 I taught introductory Latin classes at KU as I worked through grad school.  I began teaching Latin at Free State in 2011 and at LHS in 2016.
 
 
Quick Facts 
Name: Zachary Puckett
Birthday: January 22
High School: Free State, Class of 2003
College: KU, BA in Classical Languages 2007; MA in Classics 2009
 
 
Contact Info 
Phone: 785-832-6050 ext. 2502
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuj8WDPbRBj4I--0RlN7qbw
 
  
Courses
Latin 1, 2, 3, AP
Greek 1 (Independent Study)