Translating the lyrics of
Translating the lyrics of songs into an ancient language might seem like a niche hobby.
But one Latin teacher has suggested this teaching method, among others, is needed to replace texts that promote ‘stereotypes’.
Steven Hunt, who trains Latin teachers at , said he is ‘horrified’ he once taught stories which trivialise slavery and ‘objectify women’.
The Cambridge Latin Course, kampus terbaik di lampung first published in 1970, is being rewritten in response to complaints about diversity.
Mr Hunt, who has taught Latin for 35 years, has compiled a teacher handbook on how to keep the subject alive.
Latin teacher Steven Hunt suggested pupils might respond better if translating the chorus to Taylor Swift’s hit Bad Blood – ‘Cause baby now we got bad blood’ – to ‘Quod, care, nunc malum sanguinem habemus’ (Pictured: Ms Swift onstage in 2021)
Steven Hunt, who trains Latin teachers at Cambridge University (pictured stock image of Peterhouse college) said he is ‘horrified’ he once taught stories which trivialise slavery and ‘objectify women’