David Maust

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  1. David,
    Thanks for your bio. It was fascinating reading. I took Latin at Cal State Long Beach but would love to brush up through Comprehensible Input.
    We have some points of contact (Small World moment):
    1. I know the German teacher at Cal High. We work together on the yearly immersion camp.
    2. I went to Talbot (MDiv and ThM)
    3. I have friends who live in Whittier
    4. I used to attend church in Whittier
    5. I also attended CSULB
    BTW, ever go to Ruby’s?

  2. Salve Roberte! Nescivi te linguam Latinam didicisse!
    Thanks for the info and I’m glad you found my bio interesting. Although it ended up being longer than I expected it would be it was a good way for me to look back at the big picture of where I have been and where I’m at now.
    When did you attend CSULB? The professors there were so accommodating to me when I was getting my credential. They even arranged for me to fulfill my archeology credit during my vacation to Italy! Now that was a great class!
    I am fascinated that you know our German teacher too. I know that he used TPRS a few years back, but I think recently he has focused a lot more on book work and worksheets. His kids in the German Club invited mine in the Latin Club to participate with them in their Oktoberfest celebration and I think we’re going to challenge them to Laser tag later this year. I love his sense of humor too. I had some productive conversations with him and another German teacher in the district about TPRS, classroom management and participation in the TL last summer during some curriculum writing days. This other German teacher was actually the first person who ever told me about TPRS. I remember at the time, thinking that it was really a great method, but could imagine then how I would ever have made it work for teaching Latin.
    I’m curious who you know in Whittier and what church you attended. If you’d like to connect, my email is david.maust@wuhsd.k12.ca.us As you know, it’s a pretty connected community and has a small town feel. Thanks again, and Ruby’s is sounding good right now, last time I was there my kids had a blast.
    Vale, David

  3. And I have David to thank for introducing me to Ben’s work. He sent me an extra copy of “TPRS in a Year” two summers ago, and that was what really got the ball rolling for me in terms of actually implementing CI strategies in my classroom.

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