Laus in Ecclesia is designed as a correspondence course. To get the most out of the instruction contained in the manual you will want to do the exercises and the homework assignments at the end of each of the fifteen lessons. To access the audio samples to help with the exercises, click here
How it works:
The homework assignments are given at the end of the chapter. The student must do them in order and submit one assignment at a time. The assignments may be done on the computer and sent as files to email@example.com; they can be performed on paper, scanned and sent as files to firstname.lastname@example.org; or finally, they can be completed on paper and sent in the mail. In this last case, the student must indicate this desire, and he or she will be given the name and address of his corrector; it is requested that a stamped envelope be sent along with each assignment so that the corrected assignment may be sent back. When the student has received back his previous assignment and looked it over, he or she can submit the next assignment.
If the homework is submitted through the online classroom, then, login to your account and submit your assignments through the document submission section.
Evidently, to follow the correspondence course, the student will have to have purchased the book; to do so right now, press on this link here
Grading fees to have level one assignments corrected are $100; they can be paid for here
Also available for the serious student is a series of videos, one for each chapter of the level one manual, plus an introductory video and a concluding video. The content of these videos covers the material found in the manual: the instructions, the exercises, the homework assignments, and, in a more summary way, the excursus. Access to these videos is obtained by means of a $50 donation received here. You will receive a link to the video library that includes all level 1 videos by email.
At the end of the correspondence course, the student may take the test to obtain the certificate for Laus in Ecclesia level one. The matter of the test can be found here: &&. (It is on the LausInEcclesia website). Arrangements can be made to take the test by meeting one of the correctors or through Skype. All the homework assignments of level one must be completed before taking the test. Those who pass the test will obtain a certificate showing they have successfully completed the Laus in Ecclesia level one course.
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