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HW/Agenda for Monday, October 21, 2019

A. Complete Latin to English sentences # 4, 5, 6 in the Second Declension Nouns packet.

B. Work on the the Imperfect Tense:

1) Complete The Imperfect Tenses for Perfect Bunnies, pages 4 and 5.

2) Short morphological quiz on the imperfect tense. Do not forget the imperfect of the copulative verb sum, esse, fui, futurus You may wish to review this video: Watch this video on the imperfect tenses and take notes.

C. Here is the new vocabulary list.

D. Due on Wednesday, October 23. Artistic assignment on Prepositions WITH ABLATIVE VS. ACCUSATIVE CASE (trans, per, ad, in, super, ante, post, etc.) As you work on prepositions try to visual examples which you will eventually illustrate on a 11x17 sheet of paper which are available in the classroom. See below HW for an example of this assignment. It will be due in approximate one week. You may wish to reWatch this video on Latin prepositions AND TAKE NOTES. Note the some take the accusative case but focus for now on the one that govern the ablative case- SIDSPACE.

E. Keep working on your god or goddess project at home, if you wish. See me for resources. This website has some useful material, including primary sources.

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HW/Agenda for Friday, October 18, 2019

A. Watch this video on the imperfect tenses and take notes. Recite the morphology aloud. Then complete The Imperfect Tenses for Perfect Bunnies, pages 1 and 3. Note the paradigm on pages 2 and 7 of this same handout. Note also the numerous ways to express the imperfect tense in English.

B. B. Finish the first and second and THIRD paragraphs of Part III of Minerva et Arachne Story Keep reviewing stories that we read in class. Can you find Minerva and Arachne in the painting above?

C. Here is the new vocabulary list. On Friday, Oct.18. DON’T FORGET the APPIAN words (masculine words of the first declension). Know the genitive case and gender of nouns.

D. Due on Monday, October 21. Artistic assignment on Prepositions WITH ABLATIVE VS. ACCUSATIVE CASE. As you work on prepositions try to visual examples which you will eventually illustrate on a 11x17 sheet of paper which are available in the classroom. See below HW for an example of this assignment. It will be due in approximate one week. You may wish to reWatch this video on Latin prepositions AND TAKE NOTES. Note the some take the accusative case but focus for now on the one that govern the ablative case- SIDSPACE. Due on Monday, October 21.

E. Keep working on your god or goddess project at home, if you wish. See me for resources. This website has some useful material, including primary sources.

HW/Agenda for Monday, October 14, 2019

A. Review the paradigm of the first declension and second declension nouns and the grammatical function of cases in general. All review SIDSPACE preposition with the ablative case. Use this information to complete the chart on the first declension and second declension and case usage on the provided 11x17 paper. Here is a smaller copy. Due on Monday, Oct. 14. You may use animals in your example sentences. Email with questions.

B. Finish the first and second paragraphs of Part III of Minerva et Arachne Story Keep reviewing stories that we read in class. Watch this video on the imperfect tenses and take notes. Can you find Minerva and Arachne in the painting above?

C. Old videos that you may wish to review at some point: Watch this video on the paradigm of second declension masculine nouns. Then watch this video on neuter nouns. Watch this video on the vocative case and take notes. What are the two crucial rules for neuter nouns?

D. Artistic assignment on Prepositions WITH ABLATIVE VS. ACCUSATIVE CASE. As you work on prepositions try to visual examples which you will eventually illustrate on a 11x17 sheet of paper which are available in the classroom. See below HW for an example of this assignment. It will be due in approximate one week. You may wish to reWatch this video on Latin prepositions AND TAKE NOTES. Note the some take the accusative case but focus for now on the one that govern the ablative case- SIDSPACE. Due on Monday, October 21.

E. Here is the new vocabulary list. On Friday, Oct.18. DON’T FORGET the APPIAN words (masculine words of the first declension.

HW/Agenda for Friday, October 11, 2019

What is an appositive noun or two nouns in apposition? Sanjana, regina deorum, caelum regit. Appositives must share the same __________________.

A. Finish the first paragraph of Part III of Minerva et Arachne Story Keep reviewing stories that we read in class.

B. Work on Declensions and Cases:

1) Study notes from class and review quiz on the second declension nouns, both masculine and neuter. Watch this video on the paradigm of second declension masculine nouns. TAKE NOTES. Then watch this video on neuter nouns. What are the two crucial rules for neuter nouns?

2) Short morphological quiz on Friday with similar format as the green practice quiz completed in class on Wednesday - 2nd declension masc. and neuter nouns. Review first decl. also.

3) Watch this video on the vocative case and take notes. What is the singular vocative of amīcus, amīcī (m) and Marcus, Marcī (m)? What is the vocative singular of Anshulius, Anshuliī (m)?

C. Review the paradigm of the first declension and the grammatical function of cases general and start completing the chart on the first declension and second declension and case usage on the provided 11x17 paper. Here is a smaller copy. Due on Monday, Oct. 14. You may use animal in your example sentences.

D. Artistic assignment on Prepositions WITH ABLATIVE VS. ACCUSATIVE CASE. As you work on prepositions try to visual examples which you will eventually illustrate on a 11x17 sheet of paper which are available in the classroom. See below HW for an example of this assignment. It will be due in approximate one week. You may wish to reWatch this video on Latin prepositions AND TAKE NOTES. Note the some take the accusative case but focus for now on the one that govern the ablative case- SIDSPACE. DUE EARLY NEXT WEEK

E. Here is the new vocabulary list. On Monday, Oct.14. DON’T FORGET the APPIAN words (masculine words of the first declension.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Review APPIAN words of the first declension.

A. Work to Declensions and Cases: Introduction to the 2nd Declension:

a) Learn the paradigm/pattern/declension of 2nd declension masculine nouns. Watch this video on the paradigm of second declension masculine nouns. TAKE NOTES ON THE VIDEO. Read/study Wheelock, page 23-25. Complete the chart on page one of new handout on second declension nouns for animus, ager, vir (omit signum for now).

b) Short morphological quiz on first (like puella, puellae) and second declension masculine (like equus, equī) nouns, like Just the paradigm and translation. Recite aloud.

c) Review the paradigm of the first declension and the grammatical function of cases general and start completing the chart on the first declension and second declension and case usage on the provided 11x17 paper. Here is a smaller copy. Due on Friday, Oct. 11. You may use animal in your example sentences.

B. Artistic assignment on Prepositions WITH ABLATIVE VS. ACCUSATIVE CASE. As you work on prepositions try to visual examples which you will eventually illustrate on a 11x17 sheet of paper which are available in the classroom. See below HW for an example of this assignment. It will be due in approximate one week. You may wish to reWatch this video on Latin prepositions AND TAKE NOTES. Note the some take the accusative case but focus for now on the one that govern the ablative case- SIDSPACE. DUE EARLY NEXT WEEK

C. Old: Finish and Part II of Minerva et Arachne Stores. Keep reviewing stories that we read in class.

D. Here is the new vocabulary list. On Monday, Oct.14. DON’T FORGET the APPIAN words (masculine words of the first declension.

HW/Agenda for Monday, October 7, 2019

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A. Old: Finish and bring the two Minerva et Arachne Stores, parts one and two. I assume most of this was finished in class. Be able to read and discuss orally in class.

B. Review notes from class on SIDSPACE ablative prepositions and begin learning the ones that govern the accusative, such as sub, in, ad, trans, per, etc (see video). Note that motion toward is common with the accusative case.

a) Then complete all sentences in the new handout - 4 English to Latin and 7 Latin to English. See attached vocabulary for help. You may wish to reWatch this video on Latin prepositions AND TAKE NOTES. Note the some take the accusative case but focus for now on the one that govern the ablative case- SIDSPACE.

b) Artistic assignment with Prepositions: As you work on prepositions try to visual examples which you will eventually illustrate on a 11x17 sheet of paper which are available in the classroom. See below HW for an example of this assignment. It will be due in approximate one week.

C. Work to Declensions and Cases.

a) Review the paradigm of the first declension and the grammatical function of cases general and start completing the chart on the first declension and case usage on the provided 11x17 paper. Here is a smaller copy. Due on Friday, Oct. You may use animal in your example sentences.

b) Old but bring: Complete all Latin to English sentences on PAGE 7 of handout on the first declension Note that there is a vocabulary list or two in the same handout. Review notes from class on the first declension and the uses of various cases. You may wish to rewatch the videos below: i. The basics of Latin nouns declensions. ii.  Latin's Case System iii.  The paradigm of first declension nouns. 

D. Here is the new vocabulary list. Quiz in one week.

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HW/Agenda for Friday, October 4, 2019

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FORMS FOR LATIN CONVENTION 2019

A. Finish the two Minerva et Arachne Stores, parts one and two. I assume most of this was finished in class. Be able to read and discuss orally in class.

B. For Friday review notes on the SIDSPACE ablative case prepositions. 2) Watch this video on Latin prepositions AND TAKE NOTES. Note the some take the accusative case but focus for now on the one that govern the ablative case- SIDSPACE.

C. Old but bring: Complete all Latin to English sentences on PAGE 7 of handout on the first declension Note that there is a vocabulary list or two in the same handout. Review notes from class on the first declension and the uses of various cases. You may wish to rewatch the videos below: i. The basics of Latin nouns declensions. ii.  Latin's Case System iii.  The paradigm of first declension nouns. 

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, October 2, 2019

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FORMS FOR LATIN CONVENTION 2019

A. Large Quiz/Small Test on all things about Latin verbs learned thus far. 1) Verb game with present indicative and imperatives of all conjugation and sum, esse, fui, futurus. Irregular imperatives: duc, dic, fac, fer; 2) Verbs English to Latin and Latin to English; 3) Conceptional questions on 5 qualities of finite verbs, infinitives, subjective and finite verb agreement, 4 principal parts, how do you recognize conjugations of a verb. 5) Personal endings -o, -s, t, -mus, -tis, -nt. 6) Here are videos on verbs, should you wish to review them: a) Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs. b) Watch this video and take notes on infinitives. c) Then watch this short video on conjugations aloud. d) Watch this video on the imperative (command) mood of the verb, take notes. EMAIL WITH QUESTIONS.

B. Before Friday but ASAP: 1) Review notes on the SIDSPACE ablative case prepositions. 2) Watch this video on Latin prepositions AND TAKE NOTES. Note the some take the accusative case but focus for now on the one that govern the ablative case- SIDSPACE.

C. Complete all Latin to English sentences on PAGE 7 of handout on the first declension Note that there is a vocabulary list or two in the same handout. Review notes from class on the first declension and the uses of various cases. You may wish to rewatch the videos below: i. The basics of Latin nouns declensions. ii.  Latin's Case System iii.  The paradigm of first declension nouns. 

D. Bring the Arachne et Minerva stories to work on following the quiz on Wednesday.

HW/Agenda for Monday, September 30, 2019

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FORMS FOR LATIN CONVENTION 2019

A. Vocabulary quiz on Monday, Sept. 30 on page 6 of Wheelock and the PURPLE LIST OF VERBS (handout). Know all principal parts of verbs.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.Latin Cases and the First Declension:

B. Complete all Latin to English sentences on PAGES 6-7 of handout on the first declension Note that there is a vocabulary list or two in the same handout. Review notes from class on the first declension and the uses of various cases. You may wish to rewatch the videos below: i. The basics of Latin nouns declensions. ii.  Latin's Case System iii.  The paradigm of first declension nouns. 

C Old but bring: Finish reading/translation all of Europa et Taurus. You will find a vocabulary list in the handout to help. As you read be aware of the cases (nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, ablative) of nouns and adjectives.

HW/Agenda for Friday, September 27, 2019

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FORMS FOR LATIN CONVENTION 2019

A. Latin Cases and the First Declension:

  1. Review notes from class on the first declension and the uses of various cases. You may wish to rewatch the videos below: i. The basics of Latin nouns declensions. ii.  Latin's Case System iii.  The paradigm of first declension nouns. 

2. . Complete all Latin to English sentences on page 6 of handout of the handout. Note that there is a vocabulary list or two in the same handout.

3. Short morphological QUIZ on the first first declension and translation of each case. For example Ranae (genitive case = of the frog). Recite the first declension paradigm aloud This video will help: The paradigm of first declension nouns.  See paradigm below HW.

B. Finish reading/translation all of Europa et Taurus. You will find a vocabulary list in the handout to help. As you read be aware of the cases (nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, ablative) of nouns and adjectives.

C. Vocabulary quiz on Monday, Sept. 30 on page 6 of Wheelock and the PURPLE LIST OF VERBS (handout). Know all principal parts of verbs.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz in approx. one week.



HW/Agenda for Wednesday, September 25, 2019

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A. Case Syntax/Usage and First Declension Nouns.

  1. Review notes from class and then watch the following short videos and take notes. These concepts are crucial but I except that it will take time to master it all.

i. The basics of Latin nouns declensions. 

ii.  Latin's Case System

iii.  The paradigm of first declension nouns. 

2. Read Wheelock, pages 12-15 and practice saying aloud the paradigm of the first declension word: lūpa, lūpae (f) and note the English meanings of each case.

B. Finish reading/translation all of Europa et Taurus. You will find a vocabulary list in the handout to help. As you read be aware of the cases (nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, ablative) of nouns and adjectives.

C. Vocabulary quiz on Friday, Sept. 27 on page 6 of Wheelock and the PURPLE LIST OF VERBS (handout). Know all principal parts of verbs.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz in approx. one week.

HW for Monday, September 23, 2019

1) Review verbal morphology of all conjugations in the present tense of the indicative mood and imperative for all conjunctions - what we put on the board on Friday. Do forget sum, esse, fuī, futūrus. Here are the same videos for review purposes if necessary: a) Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs. b) Watch this video and take notes on infinitives. c) Then watch this short video on conjugations aloud. d) Watch this video on the imperative (command) mood of the verb, take notes.

2) Complete PAGE 8 and 9 (see Wheelock page 6 AND blue list of verbs for vocabulary) of Introduction to Latin Verbs and Verbal Morphology. You may also use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟ

3) Stories:

a) Complete the first two paragraphs of Europa et Taurus. You will find a vocabulary list in the handout to help. See mosaics below of Europa and Jupiter/Zeus in the form of a Taurus.

b) Finish reading and translating all of CHARTA GEOGRAPHICA and label your map with the places (in Latin) mentioned in the reading. See page five of the handout for vocabulary and page 4 for a labeled map. Keep your map need and organized. I will eventually give you a grade for it.

4) Vocabulary quiz on Wednesday, Sept. 25 on page 6 of Wheelock and the BLUE LIST OF VERBS (handout). Know all principal parts of verbs.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz in approx. one week.

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Latin Club Meeting on Wednesday at Lunch. Bring $5.00 for dues.

1)Review notes from class on verbs. Do not forget ago, agere, egi, actus.

2) Complete PAGE 8 only (see Wheelock page 6 AND blue list of verbs for vocabulary) of Introduction to Latin Verbs and Verbal Morphology. You may also use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟ

3) Finish reading and translating all of CHARTA GEOGRAPHICA and label your map with the places (in Latin) mentioned in the reading. See page five of the handout for vocabulary and page 4 for a labeled map. Keep your map need and organized. I will eventually give you a grade for it.

4) Keep learning the vocabulary list on page 6 of Wheelock and the BLUE LIST OF VERBS (handout).  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz in approx. one week.

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HW for Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Latin Club Meeting on Wednesday at Lunch. Bring $5.00 for dues.

1)Review notes from class, imperative morphology and the conjugation of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 3io and 4th conjunction verbs in the present indicative. Recite forms aloud. How do you know what conjugation a Latin verb follows? I have left the videos below, should you wish or need to review any of them. Not mandatory but useful for review. a) Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs. b) Watch this video and take notes on infinitives. c) Then watch this short video on conjugations aloud. d) Watch this video on the imperative (command) mood of the verb, take notes.

2) Complete page 6 only (see Wheelock page 6 for vocabulary) of Introduction to Latin Verbs and Verbal Morphology. You may also use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟ

3) Short morphological quiz on the present indicative and imperative mood of all conjugations and sum, esse, fui, futurus. Value 30-40 points. Click here to see a sample quiz of the same format. Verbs will differ. This is the video from above that is most helpful for the quiz: short video

3) Finish reading and translating CHARTA GEOGRAPHICA and label your map with the places (in Latin) mentioned in the reading. See page five of the handout for vocabulary and page 4 for a labeled map. Keep your map need and organized. I will eventually give you a grade for it.

4) Practice reading aloud the second reading passage. Mark accents or stress on polysyllabic words. Then Go to this webpage and click on media (right side of the page)to hear the same passage read. You will need to move the recording forward to the second half. Finally record yourself reading this second passage aloud and email it to be at aberrantadventures@mac.com anytime before Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 8:00 PM. Value 50 points.

5) Begin learning the vocabulary list on page 6 of Wheelock.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz in approx. one week.

6) What Roman God or Goddess would you like to be? Click here for some ideas. Email me with your top three choices. aberrantadventures@mac.com I will assign god/goddess on Monday.

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HW for Monday, September 16, 2019

1) Watch this video on the imperative (command) mood of the verb, take notes. Wheelock page 5 also covers this topic.

2) Use your notes from class, Wheelock, pages 1-5 and the videos below and above to complete the hand out Introduction to Latin Verbs and Verbal Morphology, pages 1-6 only Latin. You should have already watched the videos below but some review may be necessary, especially video c) on conjugations.

a) Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs.

b) Watch this video and take notes on infinitives.

c) Then watch this short video on conjugations aloud.

3) Practice reading aloud the second reading passage. Mark accents or stress on polysyllabic words. Then Go to this webpage and click on media (right side of the page)to hear the same passage read. You will need to move the recording forward to the second half. Finally record yourself reading this second passage aloud and email it to be at aberrantadventures@mac.com anytime before Monday, Sept. 16 at 9:00 PM. Value 50 points.

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list on page 6 of Wheelock.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz in approx. one week.

5) What Roman God or Goddess would you like to be? Click here for some ideas. Email me with your top three choices. aberrantadventures@mac.com I will assign god/goddess on Monday.

Homework for Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Bring five dollars to join Latin club.

1) Review notes from class and get in habit of saying Latin words aloud. Review conversional words such as: quid tihi nomen est? mihi nomen est________, quid pro quo, salvē, salvēte, valē, valēte, sum dracō, sumus dracōnēs, minimē, nīhil. sumus dracones. ego sum draco. bene male tua genua sunt pulchra.

2) Quiz on syllabification and accentuation on Thursday. Study handouts and exercises. You may wish to review some or all of these videos. Your book Wheelock’s Latin on pages xxxix-xl also cover this topic well.

The Dirt of Consonantal “I”.

Latin Syllabification or How Latin Makes Syllable 

Rules of Accentuation

3) Take out the blue sheet with the reading passage for voice recording from Caesar’s Gallic Wars (De Bello Gallico).

a) Read it aloud twice. Mark accents if necessary to help with correct accentuation.

b) Go to this webpage and click on media (right side of the page)to hear the same passage read aloud. Follow the text with your eyes as you listen. STOP THE AUDIO AT BELLUM GERUNT. Then listen a second time;

c) Reread the passage aloud yourself one or two more time. Repeat step two if necessary.

d) Come to class prepared to read this passage aloud as if you yourself were Gaius Iulius Caesar himself.

4) Start thinking about which Roman God or Goddess that you would like to be. Click here for some ideas. Email me with you top three choices. aberrantadventures@mac.com

Homework for Monday, September 9, 2019

1) Review notes from class and get in habit of saying Latin words aloud. Review conversional words such as: quid tihi nomen est? mihi nomen est________, quid pro quo, salvē, salvēte, valē, valēte, sum dracō, sumus dracōnēs, minimē, nīhil. sumus dracones. ego sum draco.

2) Work to be done on pronounciation, syllabification and accentuation (what syllable to stress in pronunciation):

a) Use enlarged Latin alphabet handout to review notes on the Latin Alphabet and pronunciation. Note especially the pronunciation of consonants(c, g, v, i). How does English write Latin consonantal “i”?  

b) Watch Pronunciation of Vowels and Diphthongs and add notes from this video to your enlarged Latin alphabet. Practice saying words aloud. Know the 6 diphthongs.

c) Watch these two videos below and take notes on syllabification and accentuation. These are the final two topics regarding pronunciation. 

Latin Syllabification or How Latin Makes Syllable 

Rules of Accentuation

d) Once you have completed a, b and c. do the exercises on the six page or this handout: Click on the green >>> Here it is if you need it. This same page is also the 4th page of the new handout from Friday’s class. Email if you are confused.

3) Start thinking about which Roman God or Goddess that you would like to be. Click here for some ideas.

Homework for Friday, September 6, 2018

1) Review notes from class and get in habit of saying Latin words aloud. Review conversional words such as salvē, salvēte, valē, valēte, sum dracō, sumus dracōnēs, minimē, nīhil.

2) Review notes on the Latin Alphabet and pronunciation. Note especially the pronunciation of consonants(c, g, v, i). How does English write Latin consonantal “i”?          Watch the two videos below and add notes from the video to the enlarged sheet with the Latin alphabet which we began in class.  The videos:                    

Pronunciation of Consonants The Dirt of Consonantal “I”.

3) Turn to Wheelock’s Latin, page xxvii to find the diagram of INDO-EUROPEAN languages and then Watch this video on Latin's place as an Indo-European language.  Take notes.

4) Start thinking about which Roman God or Goddess that you would like to be. Click here for some ideas.


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Homework for Tuesday, September 11, 2018

1) Review notes on the Latin Alphabet and pronunciation. Note especially the pronunciation of consonants(c, g, v, i) and Latin's 6 diphthongs.   What are diphthongs?   You may wish to rewatch these two videos:                                  

Pronunciation of Consonants

Pronunciation of Vowels and Diphthongs

 

2) Practice saying all the words and phrases aloud on the page titled Pronunciation Exercise (it has 3 colmns of words).  Circle all diphthongs found in these words.  It is numbered page one. 

3) Watch these two videos and take notes on syllabification and accentuation. These are the final two topics regarding pronunciation. 

Latin Syllabification or How Latin Makes Syllables      Following this video complete the exercise on page five of Thursday's handout.   Here it is if you need it. 

Rules of Accentuation

4) Watch this video on Latin's place as an Indo-European language.   Take notes and follow the path from Proto-Indo-European to Latin and the Romance languages.  See enlarged diagram of Proto-Indo-Eurpoean languages (handed out in class).    

 

 

 

1) Review your notes from class on the Latin Alphabet.  Then read and study pages xxxvi-xxxviii of Wheelock's Latin on Alphabet and Pronunciation    

2) Watch these two videos and take notes: 

Pronunciation of Consonants

Pronunciation of Vowels and Diphthongs

3)  Use what you learned in numbers 1 and 2 above to answer these questions:  a) What is marcon and what does it do? b) What is consonantal "i" and how is it pronounced?   c) How are the Latin letters c, g, v pronounced? d) What are diphthongs?  Give 6 examples of Latin diphthongs.   e) What letters come directly from Greek and are used in Latin versions of Greek words?  Give examples. 

4) Email me to say hello, ask questions or complain at aberrantadventures@mac.com

Homework for Thursday, September 6, 2018

1) Read and study pages xxxvi-xxxviii of Wheelock's Latin on Alphabet and Pronunciation    

2) Watch and take notes on these two videos: 

Pronunciation of Vowels and Diphthongs

Pronunciation of Consonants

3) Use what you learned in numbers 1 and 2 above to answer these questions:  a) What is marcon and what does it do? b) What is consonantal "i" and how is it pronounced?   c) How are the Latin letters c, g, v pronounced? d) What are diphthongs?  Give 6 examples of Latin diphthongs.   e) What letters come directly from Greek and are used in Latin versions of Greek words?  Give examples. 

4) Email me to say hello, ask questions or complain at aberrantadventures@mac.com

Latin I Final Exam

Email with questions.

I. Multiple Choice Questions

Grammatical concepts, morphology, syntax, history, kings, Aeneas Legend, domus and architecture, Roman cities and their building, topography of Rome culture, geography, adverbs,    subordinating conjunctions (dum, ubi, quod, si, etc.) and postpositive words (autem, enim, etc.) 

II. Vocabulary Verbs Regular and Irregular and their compounds from the colored sheet - mostly blue.

II.5 Morphology:  

Nouns, adjective, pronouns, demonstrative adjective and declensions 1-5 nouns and 1-3 adjectives including 3rd i-stem, vis, vis (f) and -ius paradigm.  Vocabulary taken largely from last five list on website.   

All demonstrative adj. (hic, ille, ipse, is, iste, etc) & personal pronouns. See page 2. 

Study Wheelock pages 495-8 for most of what you need to know.  

relative pronoun: qui, quae, quod and relationship with antecedent

Personal Pronouns ego, tu, nos, vos and the 3rd person reflexive —-, sui, sibi, se, se

Possessive Adjectives, including the reflexive suus, a, um 

Pronominal UNUS NAUTA words - -ius paradigm 

III.  Verbal morphology:   Imperatives and Indicative mood - six tenses active and passive     voice, infinitives (active/passive and perfect passive participles.   

Regular and irregular verbs: eo, fero, fio, volo, nolo, malo, sum, possum

Verb games.  Vocabulary taken largely from last five list on website. 

Principal parts and the perfect passive participles 

See Wheelock pages 501-509 but ignore all things in the subjunctive mood on these pages

IV.  English to Latin Sentences with all case syntax on your case syntax handout and    adverbs,  subordinating conjunctions and postpositive words 

V.   Selections from Stories:  Atalanta and Hippomenes (Pars Prima et Secunda) and Civitas Romana  

VI.   Oral Latin Passage.  See Handout.  Send voice recording prior to the exam.  You may use this recording as a model.


Homework/Agenda for Thursday, June 6, 2019.

1) Finish reading all of Civitas Romanas (new handout - email if you need it.) and be prepared to read it orally in class.

2) Start practicing voice recording for the final exam. See handout. Ideally this get emailed to me prior to the exam.

3) Bring exam preparation sentences English to Latin sentences to work on in class.

4) Start review for the final exam. Begin reviewing: a) outline of Roman history; b) Roman cities and parts of the house c) geography; d) personal pronouns (ego, tu…) c) demonstrative adjectives, especially hic, haec, hoc.


Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, June 4, 2019.

1) Finish reading all of Atalanta and Hippomenes (Pars Second) and complete the first paragraph of Civitas Romanas (new handout - email if you need it.)

2) Continue learning colored list of verbs (4 pages). Do not neglect irregular verbs and the compounds on pages 3-4. - Know English meaning, all principal parts, derivatives and special syntax where appropriate. Quiz on Tuesday, June 4. Our final vocabulary quiz. Value approx. 100 points. Email if you would like to have a digital copy.

3) Start review for the final exam. Begin reviewing: a) outline of Roman history; b) Roman cities and parts of the house c) geography; d) personal pronouns (ego, tu…) c) demonstrative adjectives, especially hic, haec, hoc.



Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, May 29, 2019.

On Wednesday, May 29 quiz on verbal morphology that will focus on passive voice in the present system but review all verbal morphology learned to this point. Do not forget to review fero, ferre tuli, latus

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, May 30, 2019.

1) Finish reading all of Atalanta and Hippomenes (Pars Second). If you finished most of this in class you should review it to be well prepared to read orally.

2) Continue learning colored list of verbs (4 pages). Do not neglect the compounds on pages 3-4. - Know English meaning, all principal parts, derivatives and special syntax where appropriate. Quiz on Tuesday, June 4. Our final vocabulary quiz. Value approx. 100 points. Email if you would like to have a digital copy.

3) Start review for the final exam. Begin reviewing: a) geography; b) personal pronouns (ego, tu…) c) demonstrative adjectives, especially hic, haec, hoc.


Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 28, 2019.

1) Finish reading the last paragraph of Atalanta and Hippomenes (Pars Prima) and complete all of Atalanta and Hippomenes (Pars Second). If you finished most of this in class you should review it to be well prepared to read orally.

2) On Wednesday, May 29 quiz on verbal morphology that will focus on passive voice in the present system but review all verbal morphology learned to this point.

3) Continue learning colored list of verbs (4 pages). Do not neglect the compounds on pages 3-4. - Know English meaning, all principal parts, derivatives and special syntax where appropriate. Quiz on Tuesday, June 4. Our final vocabulary quiz. Value approx. 100 points. Email if you would like to have a digital copy.

4) Start review for the final exam. Begin reviewing: a) geography; b) personal pronouns (ego, tu…) c) demonstrative adjectives, especially hic, haec, hoc.

3.5) Watch this video on Etruscan Temples and Gods. Take notes.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, May 23, 2019.

Test on all stories read since our last test on Thursday, May 23. Value 120-200 points. Be able to translate, parse individual words, give morphology and explain syntax (give the case and usage of an individual word). Also know the content and background for this story. Study Apollo and Daphne, Horatii et Curiatii, Soror Horatii (her murder), Ancus Marcius, Pyramus et Thisbe (pars prima et secunda), Tarquinius Priscus, Atalanta and Hippomenes (pars prima). Come at lunch if you need help with a particular section.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 21, 2019.

1) Finish and sign pledge on the QUIZ on passive voice. You may use your coloured list of verbs.

2) Finish reading Atalanta and Hippomenes down to the end. Be able to read with fluency in class

3) Compete # 2-10 on page 6-7 of passive voice handout. HW GRADE You can the sentence from active voice to passive voice and translate it into English. Used colored verb list for help.

3.5) Watch this video on Etruscan Temples and Gods. Take notes.

4) Test on all stories read since our last test on Thursday, May 23. Value 120-200 points. Be able to translate, parse individual words, give morphology and explain syntax (give the case and usage of an individual word). Also know the content and background for this story. Study Apollo and Daphne, Horatii et Curiatii, Soror Horatii (her murder), Ancus Marcius, Pyramus et Thisbe (pars prima et secunda), Tarquinius Priscus, Atalanta and Hippomenes (pars prima). Come at lunch if you need help with a particular section.

5) Begin learn the colored list of verbs - English meaning, all principal parts, derivatives and special syntax where appropriate. Quiz in 10-12 days. Our final vocabulary quiz. Value approx. 100 points. Email if you would like to have a digital copy.

Recommended Extra Credit Option on the Etruscans: Here is a BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) Podcast on the Etruscan Civilization. Take notes on the podcast as you listen and submit for extra credit. What are the salient feature of Etruscan Culture and Civilization?


Etruscan+Map+Met.jpg

Homework/Agenda for Friday, May 17, 2019.

1) Quiz on verbal morphology focused on passive voice. Watch videos on Passive Voice PRESENT System Tenses: Present Tense Passive Voice Imperfect Tense Passive Voice Future Tense Passive Voice

2) Read/translate Atalanta and Hippomenes down to pericula in the 3rd paragraph. Be able to read with fluency in class on Friday.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, May 16, 2019.

1)Finish The Story of Tarquinius Priscus. EMAIL IF YOU NEED THIS.

2) Work on the passive voice:

         A. Watch videos on Passive Voice PRESENT System Tenses: 

Present Tense Passive Voice Imperfect Tense Passive Voice Future Tense Passive Voice

        B. Complete: a) both sides of the double-sided handout with exercises on the passive voice and page 1 and 5 only of the longer 10 page handout. HOMEWORK GRADE. CLICK HERE FOR THESE EXERCISES.


Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 14, 2019.

1)Finish De Regno Anci Marcii (paragraph three) and prepare to read the ALL OF The Story of Tarquinius Priscus. EMAIL IF YOU NEED THIS.

2) Review Verbal Morphology: both present and perfect system tenses.

a) Complete this Conjugation Fun assignment.

b) It will be helpful to review these videos:

i. The Present System Tenses Active Voice:  

Present Tense 

Future Tense

Imperfect Tense

ii. Do not forget to review irregular verbs: sum, possum, fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo

iii. The imperative mood

c) Quiz on Tuesday on Verbal Morphology reviewed in a) and b) above

Homework/Agenda for Friday, May 10, 2019.

1)Use key to correct 8 sentences. These will help with test/quiz tomorrow. IF you find mistakes or typos in my answers, extra points on quiz tomorrow.

2) Consolidation quiz on Friday (value 100 points) on UNUS NAUTA words, relative pronoun (qui, quad, quod) and —- sui, sibi, se, se vs. ipse, ipsa, ipsum. Do forget suus, a, um These videos will help with the quiz RELEXIVE PRONOUN and Unus Nauta video.


Homework/Agenda for Thursday, May 9, 2019.

1) Finish De Regno Anci Marcii (paragraph three) and prepare to read the first paragraph of The Story of Tarquinius Priscus (new handout). Be able to read/translation orally in class.

2) Complete and study the quiz on —- sui, sibi, se, se vs. ipse, ipsa, ipsum.

3) Old but bring: Complete the exercises on verbal morphology on the back of the Declension Fun handout. Make sure that you have turned in sentences (English to Latin 1-8) in the handout on ipse, ipsa, ipsum

4) Consolidation quiz on Friday (value 100 points) on UNUS NAUTA words, relative pronoun (qui, quad, quod) and —- sui, sibi, se, se vs. ipse, ipsa, ipsum. Do forget suus, a, um

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 7, 2019.

1) Short morphological quiz on of ipse, ipsa, ipsum aloud.

2) Complete the exercises on verbal morphology on the back of the Declension Fun handout.

2) Have completed sentences (English to Latin 1-8) in the handout on ipse, ipsa, ipsum

4) Read and write out a translation of De Regno Anci Marcii (paragraphs one and two).

3) Review Horatius Sororem Interficit and the blue page of notes that you made.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, May 3, 2019.

1) Say the paradigm of ipse, ipsa, ipsa aloud and complete sentences 1 to 3 on page two of that handout.

2) Complete the relative pronoun (quī, quae, quod) quiz, sign-pledge and turn on Friday/tomorrow.

3) Review Horatius Sororem Interficit and the blue page of notes that you made.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, May 2 , 2019.

1) Finish reading/translating Horatius Sororem Interficit. Be able to read and translate in class.

2) Quiz (80 points) on the morphology and syntax of the relative pronoun (quī, quae, quod). You may wish to review this video Watch this video and take detailed notes. Note English: who, whose, whom, which. Study pages 8, 9, 10 in the Pyramus et Thisbe, PARS SECUNDA handout - exercises on the relative pronoun that we finished in class today.

3) Keep reviewing stories, especially Pyramus and Thisbe, that we have read thus far. Test coming soon.




Homework/Agenda for Thursday, April 25, 2019.

1) Finish and review Pyramus et Thisbe, PARS SECUNDA. You should also be review other stories because is coming soon.

2) Work on the relative pronoun (quī, quae, quod):

a) Watch this video and take detailed notes. Write down/note any example sentences. Note English: who, whose, whom, which

b) Complete pages 8, 9, 10 in the Pyramus et Thisbe, PARS SECUNDA handout - exercises on the relative pronoun. Homework grade.

c) Morphological quiz on the paradigm of the relative pronoun on Tuesday. Recite it aloud.

3) What is the syntax of the three adjectives used in these sentences?

a) Hī lacūs sunt plenī rānārum ferocium.

b) Ben est carus nobis.

c) Anandita est digna summīs honoribus.

/Agenda for Tuesday, April 23, 2019.

1) Finish reading/translating the 4TH paragraph of Pruamus et Thisbe in the 5th declension handout. See the previous page for some vocabulary. Smart bunnies and Michael should keep reviewing stories. What case does vicinus, a, um generate? What is an amans, amantis (m/f) and how is the word formed?

2) Watch these two video and take notes: VIDEO ONE and VIDEO TWO and then complete pages 1 and 2 of the new handout on verbal morphology.

3) Complete sentence 3 (English to Latin) and review the meanings, usages and derivative (new handout) for UNUS NAUTA words. Alii Robinium, alii Batmanum amant. Uter est vir magnae virtutis?

4) VOCABULARY QUIZ - Here is yet another vocabulary list for a quiz on Thursday, April 25.


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/Agenda for Friday, April 19, 2019.

1) Finish reading/translating the first 3 paragraphs of Pruamus et Thisbe in the 5th declension handout. See the previous page for some vocabulary. See image below.

3) Rabbits of quality will keep review the Horatii story and Apollo et Daphne. 4th quarter test in 2 weeks.

4) Here is yet another vocabulary list for a quiz on Wednesday, April 24.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, April 13, 2019.

1) Watch this video and take detailed notes that include paradigms and examples. Organize the notes into a useful and clever visual formate and turn in on Tuesday. Value 40 points.

2) Finish reading/translating the final 3 paragraphs of The Horatii et Curiatii in the 5th declension handout. See the previous page for some vocabulary.

3) Short quiz on nouns of the 4th and 5th declensions. Be able to decline: ea gravis manus; id forte cornu; illa brevis res; ille longus dies.

4) Examine the image below and watch this video.





/Agenda for Friday, April 13, 2019.

1) Vocabulary quiz on Friday, April 12. Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz after the break. Be able to decline haec magna res or ille brevis dies as part of the quiz. A mandatory bonus for Virgina, the Magic Rabbit.

2) Complete (read/translate) paragraphs one and two of The Horatii et Curiatii in the 5th declension handout.

3) Review firth declension nouns: Watch this very shapely video on 5th declension nouns and take notes. Then complete pages 7, 8, 9 of the new handout on 4th and 5th declension. Quiz on 5th declension soon.

4)Review Phoebus Et Daphne, including the final paragraph on the following page.




Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, April 11, 2019.

1) Vocabulary quiz on Friday, April 12. Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz after the break. Be able to decline haec magna res or ille brevis dies as part of the quiz. A mandatory bonus for Virgina, the Magic Rabbit.

2) Watch this very shapely video on 5th declension nouns and take notes. Then complete pages 7, 8, 9 of the new handout on 4th and 5th declension. Quiz on 5th declension soon.

3) Complete and review all of Phoebus Et Daphne, including the final paragraph on the following page.

Homework/Agenda for Monday, March 25, 2019.

Start reviewing for 3rd quarter test on Thursday, March 28 (Value 200-250 points). Here is a short list to review: the most recent 4 vocabulary lists, partes corporis, the last five stories, the Roman domus/house, personal pronouns (ego, tu, nos, vos) and reflexive pronoun (—sui, sibi, se, se); demonstrative adjectives (is, hic, ille ); indicative verb tenses: present, imperfect, future, perfect (active and passive), pluperfect (active and passive) Declension of nouns 1, 2, 3, 4 and adjectives 1st/2nd and 3rd. -IUS paradigm words: totus, unus, solus, is, hic, ille. Do forget vis, vis (f); adverbs; questions with -ne, num, nōnne; imperative mood and negative imperatives (noli, nolite); irregular verbs: fero, fio, sum, possum, volo, malo, nolo, eo. ABLATIVE OF TIME WHEN, ABLATIVE OF TIME WITHIN WHICH, ACC. OF TIME DURATION AND CASE USAGE/SYNTAX (dative of the possessssssor, partitive genitive, objective genitive - SEE HANDOUT. The last five stories: Roman Family, Tarpeia, Sabine Women, Romulus urbem condit; Aeneas…Lavinium. Culture/History: The 3 periods of Roman history and their date; Roman names, the Roman house, Aeneas Legend, Ascanius/Iulus and Alba Longa Romulus and his achievements, Quirinus, Numa and Roman Religion, Maddie and the Vestal Virgins (see handout). EMAIL WITH QUESTIONS

,1) Complete the four English to Latin Sentences -Test Prep.  Sentences  - Dennis & the Shapley Dragon . Click here for vocabulary for these sentences to save you time.

2)OLD BUT BRING: Read and write out a translation of new story A ROMAN FAMILY down to line 30 on the 3rd page. See vocabulary for help. Be able to read orally in class and show me written out translation.

3) Click here for videos on the parts of the Roman House. Use these videos and your list of vocabulary of domestic things to label the parts of the house on pages 6, 7, 8 of handout on the Roman House/Domus. I will ask you to turn this in on TUESDAY, MARCH 26.

Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz after the break.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, March 21, 2019.

Start reviewing for 3rd quarter test on Thursday, March 28 (Value 200-250 points).

1) Complete the practice CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION OF VIRGINIA TEST. USE KEY TO CORRECT. MARK MISTAKES AND SIGN AND TURN IN AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASS.

2) Old but crucial, bring: Complete pages 1, 2, 3 of crucial work on is, ea, id. Write out translation of all sentences.

b)OLD BUT BRING: Read and write out a translation of new story A ROMAN FAMILY down to line 30 on the 3rd page. See vocabulary for help. Be able to read orally in class and show me written out translation.

4) Click here for videos on the parts of the Roman House. Use these videos and your list of vocabulary of domestic things to label the parts of the house on pages 6, 7, 8 of handout on the Roman House/Domus. I will ask you to turn this in on Friday, March 22.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, March 19, 2019.

Start reviewing for 3rd quarter test on Thursday, March 28 (Value 200-250 points).

Vocabulary List for The Reigns of Numa and Tullus. Tuesday, March 19.

1) Read/study pages 1, 2, 3 of time constructions handout and complete all sentences on pages 4, 5, 6 of same handout.

2) Complete the practice CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION OF VIRGINIA TEST.

3) Old but crucial, bring:

a) Complete pages 1, 2, 3 of crucial work on is, ea, id. Write out translation of all sentences.

b) Read and write out a translation of new story A ROMAN FAMILY down to line 30 on the 3rd page. See vocabulary for help. Be able to read orally in class and show me written out translation.

4) Click here for videos on the parts of the Roman House. Use these videos and your list of vocabulary of domestic things to label the parts of the house on pages 6, 7, 8 of handout on the Roman House/Domus. I will ask you to turn this in on Friday, March 22.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, March 14, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

Vocabulary List for The Reigns of Numa and Tullus. Tuesday, March 19.

1) Quiz on 4th declension nouns. Know the paradigms and the information from class and these two videos. Masc/Fem. and Neuter. Be able to decline: ille gravis motus & haec magna pīnus & id parvum cornū Value 40-50 points.

2) Old but crucial, bring: Complete pages 1, 2, 3 of crucial work on is, ea, id. Write out translation of all sentences.

3) Old but bring: Read and write out a translation of new story A ROMAN FAMILY down to line 30 on the 3rd page. See vocabulary for help. Be able to read orally in class and show me written out translation.

4) Click here for videos on the parts of the Roman House. Use these videos and your list of vocabulary of domestic things to label the parts of the house on pages 6, 7, 8 of handout on the Roman House/Domus. I will ask you to turn this in on Tuesday, March 19.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, March 14, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

Vocabulary List for The Reigns of Numa and Tullus. Friday, March 15.

1) Complete pages 1, 2, 3 of crucial work on is, ea, id. Write out translation of all sentences.

2) Watch this video, takes notes and then complete page four of the above handout. Say the paradigm of the 4th declension aloud.

3) Read and write out a translation of new story A ROMAN FAMILY down to line 30 on the 3rd page. See vocabulary for help. Be able to read orally in class and show me written out translation.

4) Click here for videos on the parts of the Roman House. Use these videos and your list of vocabulary of domestic things to label the parts of the house on pages 6, 7, 8 of handout on the Roman House/Domus.

/Agenda for Tuesday, March 12, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

Vocabulary List for The Reigns of Numa and Tullus. Quiz in 4-5 days.

1) Complete the two national Latin exams and self-correct. Clear indicate mistakes and turn in on Tuesday.

2) Read and write out a translation of new story A ROMAN FAMILY down to line 30 on the 3rd page. See vocabulary for help. Be able to read orally in class and show me written out translation.

3) Click here for videos on the parts of the Roman House. Use these videos and your list of vocabulary of domestic things to label the parts of the house on pages 6, 7, 8 of handout on the Roman House/Domus.

http://www.latintutorial.com/videos/fifth-declension




Homework/Agenda for Friday, March 8, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

Vocabulary List for The Reigns of Numa and Tullus. Quiz in 4-5 days.

1) Finish labeling the statues/pictures with full dictionary entries of partes corporis. Make sure you included all words on this vocabulary list and that your final product is neat and well-organized. Turn this in on Friday. Value 50 points.

2) Complete all sentences in partes corporis on pages 4 and 5 (my numbering at bottom of the page) and keep labeling images with the dictionary entries of parts of the body.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, March 7, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

Vocabulary List for The Reigns of Numa and Tullus. Quiz in 7-8 days.

1) Magical Morphology Quiz on the paradigms of is, ea, id (the), ille, illa, illud (that, those) and his, haec, hoc (this, these) Watch this video on hic, haec, hoc and take notes.

3) Complete all sentences in partes corporis on pages 4 and 5 (my numbering at bottom of the page) and keep labeling images with the dictionary entries of parts of the body.

2.5) Read and write out a translation of the second half of The Reign of Numa and Tullius. Be able to read orally in class on Tuesday. Write translation on the provided lined paper and see vocabulary in handout for help.

4) Things to keep reviewing for approaching test:

a) Watch this video and complete the chart (new handout) of of ille, illa, illud. b) Latin’s Eight irregular verbs. Nolite mordere Ronitium! You may wish to review these videos. Click here and watch these videos and take notes. c) Keep reviewing personal pronouns (watch this video for review) and —-sui, sibi, se, se along with dative of the posssssesssssessssor, partitive genitive and objective genitive. Ben, for you there is great love for a certain girl. Ben, tibi est magnus amor cuiusdam puellae. Michael se suis dentibus mordere vult. How does totus, a, um decline? Virginiae est amor totius ranae. d) Questions with nonne and num: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz42LRrft-s    

5) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.  Be able t

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, March 5, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

Vocabulary List for The Reigns of Numa and Tullus. Quiz in 7-8 days.

1) New Thing: Watch this video and take notes. Say the paradigm aloud. What does is is, ea, id have in common with ille, illa, illud?

2) Read and write out a translation of The Reign of Numa and Tullius. Be able to read orally in class on Tuesday. Write translation on the provided lined paper and see vocabulary in handout for help.

3) Finish sentences on English to Latin sentences 6-7 on Romulus. You will turn these ones in and may show them to me on Monday or before to underline your mistakes. Graded assignment.

4) Things to keep reviewing for approaching test:

a) Watch this video and complete the chart (new handout) of of ille, illa, illud. b) Latin’s Eight irregular verbs. Nolite mordere Ronitium! You may wish to review these videos. Click here and watch these videos and take notes. c) Keep reviewing personal pronouns (watch this video for review) and —-sui, sibi, se, se along with dative of the posssssesssssessssor, partitive genitive and objective genitive. Ben, for you there is great love for a certain girl. Ben, tibi est magnus amor cuiusdam puellae. Michael se suis dentibus mordere vult. How does totus, a, um decline? Virginiae est amor totius ranae. d) Questions with nonne and num: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz42LRrft-s    

5) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January. 



Homework/Agenda for Friday, March 1, 2019

1) New Vocabulary List for De Mulieribus Sabinis. Quiz on Friday, March 1. Start learning now.

2) Watch these two videos and take notes: Pluperfect Active and Pluperfect Passive.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, March 5, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

1) New Thing: Watch this video and take notes. Say the paradigm aloud. What does is is, ea, id have in common with ille, illa, illud?

2) Read and write out a translation of The Reign of Numa and Tullius. Be able to read orally in class on Tuesday. Write translation on the provided lined paper and see vocabulary in handout for help.

3) Finish sentences on English to Latin sentences 6-7 on Romulus. You will turn these ones in and may show them to me on Monday or before to underline your mistakes. Graded assignment.

4) Things to keep reviewing for approaching test:

a) Watch this video and complete the chart (new handout) of of ille, illa, illud. b) Latin’s Eight irregular verbs. Nolite mordere Ronitium! You may wish to review these videos. Click here and watch these videos and take notes. c) Keep reviewing personal pronouns (watch this video for review) and —-sui, sibi, se, se along with dative of the posssssesssssessssor, partitive genitive and objective genitive. Ben, for you there is great love for a certain girl. Ben, tibi est magnus amor cuiusdam puellae. Michael se suis dentibus mordere vult. How does totus, a, um decline? Virginiae est amor totius ranae. d) Questions with nonne and num: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz42LRrft-s    

5) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January. 

/Agenda for Friday, March 1, 2019

1) New Vocabulary List for De Mulieribus Sabinis. Quiz on Friday, March 1. Start learning now.

2) Watch these two videos and take notes: Pluperfect Active and Pluperfect Passive.

/Agenda for Thursday, February 28, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

New Vocabulary List for De Mulieribus Sabinis. Quiz on Friday, March 1. Start learning now.

1) Watch these two videos and take notes: Pluperfect Active and Pluperfect Passive.

2) Finish sentences 4-5 on English to Latin Sentence handout. Type final answers and turn in at beginning of class on Thursday. You may show them to me on Monday or before to underline your mistakes. Graded assignment.

3) Read and write out a translation of the 2nd half of the Tarpeia story (new handout). See vocabulary in this handout. Do the first 4, 5, 6, 7 paragraphs and be able to read orally in class.

4) Things to keep reviewing for approaching test:

a) Watch this video and complete the chart (new handout) of of ille, illa, illud. b) Latin’s Eight irregular verbs. Nolite mordere Ronitium! You may wish to review these videos. Click here and watch these videos and take notes. c) Keep reviewing personal pronouns (watch this video for review) and —-sui, sibi, se, se along with dative of the posssssesssssessssor, partitive genitive and objective genitive. Ben, for you there is great love for a certain girl. Ben, tibi est magnus amor cuiusdam puellae. Michael se suis dentibus mordere vult. How does totus, a, um decline? Virginiae est amor totius ranae. d) Questions with nonne and num: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz42LRrft-s    

5) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January. 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, February 26, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

New Vocabulary List for De Mulieribus Sabinis. Quiz on Friday, March 1. Start learning now.

1) Finish sentences 1-3 on English to Latin Sentence handout. Type final answers and turn in at beginning of class on Tuesday. You may show them to me on Monday or before to underline your mistakes. Graded assignment.

2) Read and write out a translation of the first half of the Tarpeia story (new handout). See vocabulary in this handout. Do the first 4 paragraphs and be able to read orally in class.

3) Compete and submit the assignment for De Mulieribus Sabinis. Email if you did not get this in class.

4) Things to keep reviewing for approaching test:

a) Watch this video and complete the chart (new handout) of of ille, illa, illud. b) Latin’s Eight irregular verbs. Nolite mordere Ronitium! You may wish to review these videos. Click here and watch these videos and take notes. c) Keep reviewing personal pronouns (watch this video for review) and —-sui, sibi, se, se along with dative of the posssssesssssessssor, partitive genitive and objective genitive. Ben, for you there is great love for a certain girl. Ben, tibi est magnus amor cuiusdam puellae. Michael se suis dentibus mordere vult. How does totus, a, um decline? Virginiae est amor totius ranae. d) Questions with nonne and num: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz42LRrft-s    

5) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January. 





Homework/Agenda for Thursday, February 21, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

New Vocabulary List for De Mulieribus Sabinis. Quiz in 7-8 days. Start learning now.

1) Watch this video and complete the chart (new handout) of of ille, illa, illud. The rest of his handout has things on Roman Dress that you may read, label and color. Bonus on the quiz below will be to decline illa fortis Virginia

2) An Ankitinus/Shapely Morphological Quiz on Latin’s Eight irregular verbs. Nolite mordere Ronitium! You may wish to review these videos. Click here and watch these videos and take notes.

3) Read and write out a translation for De Mulieribus Sabinis (new handout) on the provided paper. See handout for vocabulary and be prepared to read orally in class on Thursday.

Old But On-Going:

4) Keep reviewing personal pronouns (watch this video for review) and —-sui, sibi, se, se along with dative of the posssssesssssessssor, partitive genitive and objective genitive. Ben, for you there is great love for a certain girl. Ben, tibi est magnus amor cuiusdam puellae. Michael se suis dentibus mordere vult. How does totus, a, um decline? Virginiae est amor totius ranae.

5) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.


. Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, February 19, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

1) Work on Latin’s Eight irregular verbs: Complete all exercises and study morphology on pages 1-6 of new handout that begins with Notes on the Imperative Mood (Regular & Irregular Verbs). Nolite mordere Ronitium! You may wish to review these videos. Click here and watch these videos and take notes. Quiz coming soon.

2) Read and write out a translation for De Urbe Condita (new handout) on the provided paper. See handout for vocabulary and be prepared to read orally in class on Tuesday.

3) Finishing labeling blank map of the Rome (Urbs Romana) with hills, geographical features, building (e.g. Temple of Capitoline Jupiter) etc. See map/plans in your handout or email for additional or color copies. Colour make pretty and turn in Tuesday. Graded assignment.

4) Keep reviewing personal pronouns (watch this video for review) and —-sui, sibi, se, se along with dative of the posssssesssssessssor, partitive genitive and objective genitive. Ben, for you there is great love for a certain girl. Ben, tibi est magnus amor cuiusdam puellae. Michael se suis dentibus mordere vult. How does totus, a, um decline? Virginiae est amor totius ranae.

5) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

6) Practice flicking paper clips to perfect this essential skill. Performance quiz in a few days.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, February 15, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

1) Work on Latin’s Eight irregular verbs:

a) Click here and watch these videos and take notes. You may not need to watch sum and possum

b) Then complete pages 3, 4, and 1 (in this order) of the new handout on irregular verbs. HW grade. Here it is if you need it.

2) This to review for approaching large quiz or small test:

a) adverbs Video Onehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuINzDI3_sA  

b) Questions with nonne and num Video Two (nonne and num): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz42LRrft-s    

c) Personal pronouns and 3rd person reflexive (—-sui, sibi, se, se): Here is the video, if you wish to review it: Watch this video on personal pronouns

4) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, February 14, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

1) Here a new vocabulary list for a quiz on Thursday, February 14. It is long. Start on it soon. The will be to decline animal totum grave in the singular and plural

2) Complete all four pages on the new handout on totus, a, um (-ius various on first/second declension adjectives). declension fun, and verbal morphology and the six English to Latin/Latin to English sentences. HW grade. I will ask to see this complete.

3) This to review for approaching large quiz or small test:

a) adverbs Video Onehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuINzDI3_sA  

b) Questions with nonne and num Video Two (nonne and num): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz42LRrft-s    

c) Personal pronouns and 3rd person reflexive (—-sui, sibi, se, se): Here is the video, if you wish to review it: Watch this video on personal pronouns

4) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

/Agenda for Tuesday, February 12, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

1) Here a new vocabulary list for a quiz on Tuesday, February 12. It is long. Start on it soon.

2) Complete assignment and turn in assignment for Aeneas Lavinium Condit. (handed out on Friday). Email if you need this.

3) This to review for approaching large quiz or small test:

a) adverbs Video Onehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuINzDI3_sA  

b) Questions with nonne and num Video Two (nonne and num): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz42LRrft-s    

c) Personal pronouns and 3rd person reflexive (—-sui, sibi, se, se): Here is the video, if you wish to review it: Watch this video on personal pronouns

4) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, February 7, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

Here a new vocabulary list for a quiz on Tuesday, February 12. It is long. Start on it soon.

1) Complete all exercises in the new handout on Adverbs. Do all but the last exercise. You will need Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟ  Here are the videos to review:    Video Onehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuINzDI3_sA   What do adverbs modify? Are first/second adjective and 3rd decl. adjective made into adverbs? Video Two (nonne and num): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz42LRrft-s    

2) Review and Complete all sentences on PAGE 8 of personal pronoun handout.

3) Finish and review the story Aeneas Lavinium Condit. Be able to show me your prepared translation and be able to read orally in class.

4) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, February 5, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

Here a new vocabulary list for a quiz on Tuesday, February 12. It is long. Start on it soon.

1) Complete the practice quiz on Personal Pronouns. Here it is if you need it.

2) Watch this video that reviews Case Syntax. Take notes on the various functions of the genitive and dative cases. Pay close attention to the objective genitive and the dative of the possssesssor.

3) Quiz on morphology of person and reflexive pronoun. Do not forget possessive adjectives. Review notes on personal nouns and —- sui, sibi, se, se, especially the partitive genitive (nostrum, vestrum), the objective genitive use of mei, tui, nostri, vestri and the dative of the posssssesssseor (formed with sum, esse, fui, futurus). Here is the video, if you wish to review it: Watch this video on personal pronouns

4) Review and Complete all sentences on page 6 and 7 of personal pronoun handout.

5) Finish and review the story Aeneas Lavinium Condit. Be able to show me your prepared translation and be able to read orally in class.

6) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, February, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

1) Review notes on personal nouns and —- sui, sibi, se, se, especially the partitive genitive (nostrum, vestrum), the objective genitive use of mei, tui, nostri, vestri and the dative of the posssssesssseor (formed with sum, esse, fui, futurus). Here is the video, if you wish to review it: Watch this video on personal pronouns

2) Complete all sentences on page 6 and 7 of new handout.

3) Short morphology quiz on content in number 1) above. It will be similar to the chart on page one of the new handout.

4) Read and write out a translation for new story Aeneas Lavinium Condit. Be able to show me your prepared translation and be able to read orally in class.

4) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, January 31, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

1) Read and write out a translation for new story Aeneas Lavinium Condit. Be able to show me your prepared translation and be able to read orally in class.

2) Watch this video on personal pronouns and take notes on provided line paper. Then transform your notes into a clever, creative, useful, sexy and visually appealing poster/sheet of paper. Turn in. Graded.

3) Short morphological quiz on the paradigm of person pronouns. See paradigms in handout.

4) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, January 29, 2019.

Bring $5.00 for the National Latin Exam ASAP

Consolidation Test on Tuesday, January 29. Value 200 points. It will focus on all concepts/syntax (e.g. appositive, substantive, dative after special verb, finite verb, etc.) and morphology (nouns, adjectives, verbs) learned thus far. Also review vocabulary lists. I will post a more detailed study guide soon but it is also useful scroll down this page for old agenda and videos to review. Email with questions. The Niobe stories and all Trojan War Stories should be studied for the test. Be able to explain morphology and syntax of words in theses stories and translation selections into English. HERE IS A MORE DETAILED STUDY GUIDE.

2) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, January 24, 2019.

Consolidation Test on Tuesday, January 29. Value 200 points. It will focus on all concepts/syntax (e.g. appositive, substantive, dative after special verb, finite verb, etc.) and morphology (nouns, adjectives, verbs) learned thus far. Also review vocabulary lists. I will post a more detailed study guide soon but it is also useful scroll down this page for old agenda and videos to review. Email with questions. HE RE IS A MORE DETAILED STUDY GUIDE.

1) Read and write out a translation for Trojan War Story Three GRAECI TROIAM CAPIUNT on page 10-11. There is vocabulary on page 13. Pay close attention to case syntax. See handout on case syntax for help. Finish and review Story Two: The Battle on the Plain Troy War Story that we started in class.  Click here for notes and vocabulary for this story. 

2) In handout on Perfect Passive and Perfect Passive Participle complete all exercises/sentences on page 5 and 6 including the one English to Latin Sentence.

3) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.



Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, January 22, 2019.

Consolidation Test on Thursday, January 24. Value 200 points. It will focus on all concepts/syntax (e.g. appositive, substantive, dative after special verb, finite verb, etc.) and morphology (nouns, adjectives, verbs) learned thus far. Also review vocabulary lists. I will post a more detailed study guide soon but it is also useful scroll down this page for old agenda and videos to review. Email with questions. HERE IS A MORE DETAILED STUDY GUIDE.

1) Read and write out a translation of Story Two: Finish reading/preparing/translating The Battle on the Plain Troy War Story that we started in class.  Click here for notes and vocabulary for this story. 

2) Quiz on verbal morphology with prefect active indicative and perfect passive indicative. Same format as green practice quiz from Thursday’s class. Verbs will come from the list on the back of the green practice quiz. You may wish to review these videos: perfect passive indicative (conjugated verb) and perfect passive participle (adjective)

3) Finish and type out the two English to Latin sentences on page nine with the unicorn and turn in. Graded for correctness.

4) Old but finishFinish pages 2, 3, 4 and of new handout on the 4th principal part and the perfect passive indicative. HW grade. Study my notes on page 3. In # 8 on page 4 change visus erat to visus es

5) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, January 17, 2019.

Consolidation Test on Tuesday, January 22. Value 200 points. It will focus on all concepts/syntax (e.g. appositive, substantive, dative after special verb, finite verb, etc.) and morphology (nouns, adjectives, verbs) learned thus far. Also review vocabulary lists. I will post a more detailed study guide soon but it is also useful scroll down this page for old agenda and videos to review. Email with questions.

1) Work on the The perfect passive indicative (conjugated verb) and the perfect passive participle (adjective).

a) Watch these to videos and take notes: perfect passive indicative (conjugated verb) and perfect passive participle (adjective). Be able to show me notes at the beginning of class.

b) Complete and study pages 2, 3, 4 and 9 (2 English to Latin Sentences) of new handout on the 4th principal part and the perfect passive indicative. HW grade. Study my notes on page 3. In # 8 on page 4 change visus erat to visus es

2) Review Story One and notes on GRAECI AD TERRAM TROIAM VENIUNT on page 3-4 of the other new handout. See following page for vocabulary. HW grade.

3) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

4) Bring questions from videos on Roman Cities.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, January 15, 2019.

Consolidation Test on Tuesday, January 22. Value 200 points. It will focus on all concepts/syntax (e.g. appositive, substantive, dative after special verb, finite verb, etc.) and morphology (nouns, adjectives, verbs) learned thus far. Also review vocabulary lists. I will post a more detailed study guide soon but it is also useful scroll down this page for old agenda and videos to review. Email with questions.

1) Vocabulary quiz on Tuesday, Jan. 15. Here is the vocabulary list

2) In the The Perfect Tense handout finish everything on pages 6 and 7 (sentences). HW Grade.

3) Review Story One and notes on GRAECI AD TERRAM TROIAM VENIUNT on page 3-4 of the other new handout. See following page for vocabulary. HW grade.

4) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

5) Bring questions from videos on Roman Cities.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, January 11, 2019

a) Quiz for gradebook on tenses of verbs similar to the one done in class for practice. Watch this video and take notes:

b) Finish all exercises on pages 4 and 5 in Perfect tense handout. HW Grade.

c) Review Story One and your notes (my hand writing): GRAECI AD TERRAM TROIAM VENIUNT on page 3-4. Test is coming soon.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, January 10, 2019.

1) The Perfect Tense (active voice):

a) Watch this video and take notes:

b) Finish all exercises on pages 2, 3, 4 of new handout. HW Grade.

2) Read and write a translation for Story One (my hand writing): GRAECI AD TERRAM TROIAM VENIUNT on page 3-4 of the other new handout. See following page for vocabulary. HW grade.

3) Vocabulary quiz on Friday, January 11. Here is the vocabulary list

4) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

5) Bring questions from videos on Roman Cities.

Finish all exercises and sentences in the 3rd Declension i-stem adjective handout.

2) Quiz on i-stem adjectives. Do not forget vis, vis (f). Study paradigms in handout above and Watch this video and take detailed notes This quiz will also include the present, future and imperfect of possum, posse, potui. Watch this video on possum, posse, potui

3) Vocabulary quiz on Friday, January 11. Here is the vocabulary list

4) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early January.

5) Bring questions from videos on Roman Cities.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, December 18, 2018.

You may correct and resubmit the 3 sentences from last week. Email to me.

Here is the vocabulary list for quiz soon after the break. Get a head start on learning these.

1) Work on I-stem nouns of the 3rd declension (last thing for 3rd decl.):

a) Watch this video and take detailed notes How do mortal men and Alexander determine if a 3rd decl. noun is an I-stem? Give three categories. Learn the paradigm of vis, vis (f). See paradigm in handout or below homework

b) In new handout on I-stem nouns complete the declension fun page and the first page of sentences for Tuesday. I recommend that you complete everything in the handout over break little by little to keep your Latin skills sharp. There is no HW over break but keep reviewing and you may do some work in Wheelock for Extra Credit.

2) Quiz on 3rd declension adjectives and their paradigm. Watch this video on 3rd declension adjectives to review. Know the difference between One, Two, and Three Termination 3rd declension adjectives. Be able to decline: regina audax, vir fortis, saxum grave, virgo celeris mūs mollis, canis celer, tempus brevis.

4) Bring questions for the video: The Roman City and look over the vocabulary list in this handout.

5) Old but review: Watch this video on possum, posse, potui and take detailed notes. Organize and depict information in a visual useful formate and turn in to me on Wednesday. Give the principal parts of Latin’s 8 irregular verbs Say forms aloud as you illustrate your notes.

/Agenda for Thursday, December 13, 2018.

In class finish God/Goddess: Janus, Romulus, Isis,

You may correct and resubmit the 3 sentences from last week

Here is the vocabulary list for quiz in 7-8 days. Get a head start on learning these.

1) Quiz on 3rd declension adjectives and their paradigm. Watch this video on 3rd declension adjectives to review. Know the difference between One, Two, and Three Termination 3rd declension adjectives. Be able to decline: regina audax, vir fortis, saxum grave, virgo celeris mūs mollis, canis celer, tempus brevis.

2) Complete and hand in the blue sheet with three sentences on front and finish the Declension Review on the back with a shapely peacock (pavo formosus)

3) Due on Tuesday, December 11th. Geography and Map: Make sure that you put places on both sides of the map - Map One Mediterranean and Map Two Italian Peninsula. . Click here for a list of features and places to put on your map and several maps. Also include the voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Latium. Use the maps on this page to find the location for the places to be put on your map. Note Greeks, Phoenicians/Carthaginians, Etruscans and Roman areas. You may also wish to indicate areas or places of your gods/goddesses. e.g. Apollo and Delphi, Isis and Alexandria, Rome and Janus, Zeus and Crete, Venus and Cyprus, et cetera.

4) Bring questions for the video: The Roman City

5) For Thursday: Watch this video on possum, posse, potui and take detailed notes. Organize and depict information in a visual useful formate and turn in to me on Wednesday. Give the principal parts of Latin’s 8 irregular verbs Say forms aloud as you illustrate your notes.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, December 7, 2018.

In class finish God/Goddess: Janus, Romulus, Isis,

1) Review paradigm of 3rd decl. adjectives.

2) Short quiz on the future tense (also present and imperfect by way of contrast) with vocabulary taken from this list: Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early December.

3) Bring question from Video Roman City to class.

4) Due on Tuesday, December 11th. Geography and Map: Detail, number of places and general presentation, neatness, effective use of color are important factors. Find your large map of the Roman Empire (Mediterranean World) with the Italian Peninsula on the other side (see me if you need one). Click here for a list of features and places to put on your map and several maps. Also include the voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Latium. Use the maps on this page to find the location for the places to be put on your map. Note Greeks, Phoenicians/Carthaginians, Etruscans and Roman areas. You may also wish to indicate areas or places of your gods/goddesses. e.g. Apollo and Delphi, Isis and Alexandria, Rome and Janus, Zeus and Crete, Venus and Cyprus, et cetera.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, December 6, 2018.

In class finish God/Goddess: Janus, Romulus, Isis,

1) Watch this video on 3rd declension adjectives and take notes. Say paradigm aloud. This will be a valuable bonus on the vocabulary quiz below.

2) Vocabulary quiz is moved to Thursday, Dec. 6. Here is the list. Study the list this weekend and place as many dictionary entries as you can on the provided pictures. The more labeled elements, the higher the grade. You may even add your own drawings to the pictures to label. Say words aloud and use derivatives to help you remember. The label pictures are due on Thursday, Dec. 6.

3) Review Trojan War Story.

4) Bring question from Video Roman City to class.

5) On Going and Future things:

a) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early December.

b) Due on Friday, December 7th. Geography and Map: Find your large map of the Roman Empire (Mediterranean World) with the Italian Peninsula on the other side (see me if you need one). Click here for a list of features and places to put on your map and several maps. Also include the voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Latium. Use the maps on this page to find the location for the places to be put on your map. Note Greeks, Phoenicians/Carthaginians, Etruscans and Roman areas. You may also wish to indicate areas or places of your gods/goddesses. e.g. Apollo and Delphi, Isis and Alexandria, Rome and Janus, Zeus and Crete, Venus and Cyprus, et cetera.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, December 4, 2018.

In class finish God/Goddess: Janus, Romulus, Isis,

1) Turn in three new English to Latin Sentences. Graded for correctness. Show them to me on Monday and I will underline your mistakes. Email me with questions.

2) Watch this video, TAKE NOTES and use this information to complete the 2nd page of the handout on the Future Tense. Then complete pages 3, 4 and 6 of this same Future Tense handout.

3) Vocabulary quiz is moved to Thursday, Dec. 6. Here is the list. Study the list this weekend and place as many dictionary entries as you can on the provided pictures. The more labeled elements, the higher the grade. You may even add your own drawings to the pictures to label. Say words aloud and use derivatives to help you remember. The label pictures are due on Thursday, Dec. 6.

4) Bring Completed reading/translation of Trojan War Story. Review what we read in class.

5) Bring question from Video Roman City to class.

6) On Going and Future things:

a) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early December.

b) Due on Friday, December 7th. Geography and Map: Find your large map of the Roman Empire (Mediterranean World) with the Italian Peninsula on the other side (see me if you need one). Click here for a list of features and places to put on your map and several maps. Also include the voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Latium. Use the maps on this page to find the location for the places to be put on your map. Note Greeks, Phoenicians/Carthaginians, Etruscans and Roman areas. You may also wish to indicate areas or places of your gods/goddesses. e.g. Apollo and Delphi, Isis and Alexandria, Rome and Janus, Zeus and Crete, Venus and Cyprus, et cetera.


Homework/Agenda for Thursday, November 29

In class finish God/Goddess: Janus, Romulus, Isis,

1) Turn in Composition Assignment for Shapely Peacocks. See back for vocabulary. Value 60 points. You may show me the 3 sentences before Thursday and I will underline your mistakes for you to correct before the final submission.

2) Watch this video and complete assignment on numbers (handout out before break). Email if you need it. Turn this in on Thursday.

3) Bring Complete reading/translation of Trojan War Story

For Friday:

a) Turn in this assignment: Roman History and Chronological Historical Worm. Find your timeline for Roman history (see me if you need a new copy). Watch both of these videos: 1) Video one and video 2) As you watch and pause this video place important events on the timeline and annotate where appropriate. Make sure it is clear to read, neat and organized. Colour is desirable if you are so inclined. The video is 20 min long. I recommend that you do it in parts. Also add Augustus’ dates and Ovid’s dates to the timeline.

Upcoming/On Going Things:

1) 3rd declension vocabulary quiz on Tuesday, December 4. Start preparing for a vocabulary quiz on third declension consonant stem nouns. Here is the list. Quiz in 10 days.

2) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

c) Geography and Map: Find your large map of the Roman Empire (Mediterranean World) with the Italian Peninsula on the other side (see me if you need one). Click here for a list of features and places to put on your map and several maps. Also include the voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Latium. Use the maps on this page to find the location for the places to be put on your map. Note Greeks, Phoenicians/Carthaginians, Etruscans and Roman areas. You may also wish to indicate areas or places of your gods/goddesses. e.g. Apollo and Delphi, Isis and Alexandria, Rome and Janus, Zeus and Crete, Venus and Cyprus, et cetera. Map/Maps will be due shortly after Thanks Giving Break. 

Homework/Agenda for the Week following Thanks Giving Break:

1) Tuesday: Nothing is due on Tuesday.

In class finish God/Goddess: Janus, Romulus, Isis,

2) Thursday:

a) Turn in Composition Assignment for Shapely Peacocks. See back for vocabulary. Value 60 points. You may show me the 3 sentences before Thursday and I will underline your mistakes for you to correct before the final submission.

b) Watch this video and complete assignment on numbers (handout out before break). Email if you need it. Turn this in on Thursday.

3) Friday:

a) Turn in this assignment: Roman History and Chronological Historical Worm. Find your timeline for Roman history (see me if you need a new copy). Watch both of these videos: 1) Video one and video 2) As you watch and pause this video place important events on the timeline and annotate where appropriate. Make sure it is clear to read, neat and organized. Colour is desirable if you are so inclined. The video is 20 min long. I recommend that you do it in parts. Also add Augustus’ dates and Ovid’s dates to the timeline.

Upcoming/On Going Things:

1) 3rd declension vocabulary quiz on Tuesday, December 4. Start preparing for a vocabulary quiz on third declension consonant stem nouns. Here is the list. Quiz in 10 days.

2) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

c) Geography and Map: Find your large map of the Roman Empire (Mediterranean World) with the Italian Peninsula on the other side (see me if you need one). Click here for a list of features and places to put on your map and several maps. Also include the voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Latium. Use the maps on this page to find the location for the places to be put on your map. Note Greeks, Phoenicians/Carthaginians, Etruscans and Roman areas. You may also wish to indicate areas or places of your gods/goddesses. e.g. Apollo and Delphi, Isis and Alexandria, Rome and Janus, Zeus and Crete, Venus and Cyprus, et cetera. Map/Maps will be due shortly after Thanks Giving Break. 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

1) Finish reading and translating Latona et Niobe, Part II. It was handed out last week but email, if you need it. Be able to read/translate orally in class.

2) Complete PAGE 3 (sentences 9, 10, 11, 12) and page fIVE (3rd Declension nouns for bunnies of the 1st rank) - WE STARED THIS IN CLASS TODAY. FINIHS AND REVISE. DOWNLAND THIS PAGE BECAUSE THE DIRECTIONS on page 5 WERE DESTROYED BY THE COPIER See vocabulary list for help.

3) Quiz on third declension nouns coming ON FRIDAY. Also review first and second. I will use words that we put on the board today. Say paradigms aloud.

4) Start preparing for a vocabulary quiz on third declension consonant stem nouns. Here is the list. Quiz in 10 days.

3) In class finish God/Goddess: Janus, Romulus, Isis,

4) On going/future things:

a) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

b) Roman History and Chronological Historical Worm. Find your timeline for Roman history (see me if you need a new copy). It is large piece of paper handed out at the beginning of the year. As you watch and pause this video place important events on the timeline and annotate where appropriate. Make sure it is clear to read, neat and organized. Colour is desirable if you are so inclined. The video is 20 min long. I recommend that you do it in parts. Also add Augustus’ dates and Ovid’s dates to the timeline. This will be due in approx. 7 days.

c) Geography and Map: Find your large map of the Roman Empire (Mediterranean World) with the Italian Peninsula on the other side (see me if you need one). Click here for a list of features and places to put on your map and several maps. Also include the voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Latium. Use the maps on this page to find the location for the places to be put on your map. Note Greeks, Phoenicians/Carthaginians, Etruscans and Roman areas. You may also wish to indicate areas or places of your gods/goddesses. e.g. Apollo and Delphi, Isis and Alexandria, Rome and Janus, Zeus and Crete, Venus and Cyprus, et cetera. Map/Maps will be due shortly after Thanks Giving Break. 

Homework/Agenda for Friday, November 16, 2018.

1) Complete PAGE 3 (sentences 9, 10, 11, 12) and page fIVE (3rd Declension nouns for bunnies of the 1st rank) - WE STARED THIS IN CLASS TODAY. FINIHS AND REVISE. DOWNLAND THIS PAGE BECAUSE THE DIRECTIONS on page 5 WERE DESTROYED BY THE COPIER See vocabulary list for help.

2) Quiz on third declension nouns coming ON FRIDAY. Also review first and second. I will use words that we put on the board today. Say paradigms aloud.

3) In class finish God/Goddess: Janus, Romulus, Isis,

4) On going/future things:

a) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

b) Roman History and Chronological Historical Worm. Find your timeline for Roman history (see me if you need a new copy). It is large piece of paper handed out at the beginning of the year. As you watch and pause this video place important events on the timeline and annotate where appropriate. Make sure it is clear to read, neat and organized. Colour is desirable if you are so inclined. The video is 20 min long. I recommend that you do it in parts. Also add Augustus’ dates and Ovid’s dates to the timeline. This will be due in approx. 7 days.

c) Geography and Map: Find your large map of the Roman Empire (Mediterranean World) with the Italian Peninsula on the other side (see me if you need one). Click here for a list of features and places to put on your map and several maps. Also include the voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Latium. Use the maps on this page to find the location for the places to be put on your map. Note Greeks, Phoenicians/Carthaginians, Etruscans and Roman areas. You may also wish to indicate areas or places of your gods/goddesses. e.g. Apollo and Delphi, Isis and Alexandria, Rome and Janus, Zeus and Crete, Venus and Cyprus, et cetera. Map/Maps will be due before Thanks Giving Break.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, November 15, 2018.

In class finish God/Goddess: Janus, Romulus, Isis,

1) Review Latona et Niobe and notes from class on words such as pietas, civitas and civis, etc. Sum civis Romanus.

2) Work on third declension nouns:

a) You may wish to rewatch these videos: MASCULINE/FEMINE and NEUTER.

b) Complete PAGE 2 (sentences 5, 6, 7, 8) and page fIVE (3rd Declension nouns for bunnies of the 1st rank) - WE STARED THIS IN CLASS TODAY. FINIHS AND REVISE. DOWNLAND THIS PAGE BECAUSE THE DIRECTIONS on page 5 WERE DESTROYED BY THE COPIER See vocabulary list for help.

c) Quiz on third declension nouns coming ON FRIDAY. Also review first and second.

3) Old but bring: Read and write out a translation of the paragraphs 4, 5, 6 (all of the story of LATONA ET NIOBE. FINISH THIS STORY FOR THURSDAY’S CLASS. Be able to read/translate orally in class.

4) On going/future things:

a) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

b) Roman History and Chronological Historical Worm. Find your timeline for Roman history (see me if you need a new copy). It is large piece of paper handed out at the beginning of the year. As you watch and pause this video place important events on the timeline and annotate where appropriate. Make sure it is clear to read, neat and organized. Colour is desirable if you are so inclined. The video is 20 min long. I recommend that you do it in parts. Also add Augustus’ dates and Ovid’s dates to the timeline. This will be due in approx. 7 days.

c) Geography and Map: Find your large map of the Roman Empire (Mediterranean World) with the Italian Peninsula on the other side (see me if you need one). Click here for a list of features and places to put on your map and several maps. Also include the voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Latium. Use the maps on this page to find the location for the places to be put on your map. Note Greeks, Phoenicians/Carthaginians, Etruscans and Roman areas. You may also wish to indicate areas or places of your gods/goddesses. e.g. Apollo and Delphi, Isis and Alexandria, Rome and Janus, Zeus and Crete, Venus and Cyprus, et cetera. Map/Maps will be due before Thanks Giving Break.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, November 13, 2018.

In class finish God/Goddess: Hercules, Cupid, Janus, Romulus, Isis, Castor

1) Work on third declension nouns:

a) You may wish to rewatch these videos: MASCULINE/FEMINE and NEUTER.

b) Complete one (sentences 2, 3, 4) and page five (3rd Declension nouns for bunnies of the 1st rank). DOWNLAND THIS PAGE BECAUSE THE DIRECTIONS on page 5 WERE DESTROYED BY THE COPIER See vocabulary list for help.

c) Quiz on third declension nouns coming later in the week. Also review first and second.

2) Old but bring: Read and write out a translation of the first 3 paragraphs (stop at flammis dant) of LATONA ET NIOBE. FINISH THIS STORY FOR THURSDAY’S CLASS. Be able to read/translate orally in class.

3) For TUESDAY, November 13 complete the Artistic Assignment/Poster illustrating prepositions with accusative and ablative cases (SIDSPACE). You do not need to include all the prepositions that take the accusative accusative (some illustrate better than others). Use a variety of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd declension nouns in your examples. See my vocabulary lists for words.

4) On going/future things:

a) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

b) Roman History and Chronological Historical Worm. Find your timeline for Roman history (see me if you need a new copy). It is large piece of paper handed out at the beginning of the year. As you watch and pause this video place important events on the timeline and annotate where appropriate. Make sure it is clear to read, neat and organized. Colour is desirable if you are so inclined. The video is 20 min long. I recommend that you do it in parts. Also add Augustus’ dates and Ovid’s dates to the timeline. This will be due in approx. 7 days.

c) Geography and Map: Find your large map of the Roman Empire (Mediterranean World) with the Italian Peninsula on the other side (see me if you need one). Click here for a list of features and places to put on your map and several maps. Also include the voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Latium. Use the maps on this page to find the location for the places to be put on your map. Note Greeks, Phoenicians/Carthaginians, Etruscans and Roman areas. You may also wish to indicate areas or places of your gods/goddesses. e.g. Apollo and Delphi, Isis and Alexandria, Rome and Janus, Zeus and Crete, Venus and Cyprus, et cetera. Map/Maps will be due before Thanks Giving Break.

Homework for Friday, November 9, 2018.

Finish God/Goddess: Hercules, Cupid, Janus, Romulus, Isis, Castor

1) Study for vocabulary quiz on Friday November 9. The list is long. Start early. HERE IS THE 3RD VOCABULARY LIST. Bonus: Decline rex magnus or virtus magna or tempus liberum)

2.5) For Friday. Read and write out a translation of the first 3 paragraphs (stop at flammis dant) of LATONA ET NIOBE (new handout) and review/finish final paragraphs of Arachne et Minerva, Part III. Be able to read/translate orally in class.

2) For TUESDAY, November 13 complete the Artistic Assignment/Poster illustrating prepositions with accusative and ablative cases. You should discuss your ideas and Latin phrases with me before completing the final illustration. Use FIRST AND SECOND DECLENSION NOUNS and ADJECTIVE FROM THE CURRENT AND LAST VOCA

Homework for Thursday, November 8, 2018 & Friday.

Finish God/Goddess: Hercules, Cupid, Janus, Romulus, Isis, Castor

1) Work on Third Declension Nouns:

a) Watch these two videos and use them to complete the Video Quiz (handed out on Friday): MASCULINE/FEMINE and NEUTER. Also take notes and recite the paradigm aloud. Turn in on Thursday. See paradigm below HW for additional help.

b) Then read pages 55 and 56 of Wheelock and then complete #6. [(1)-(23)] on Wheelock, page 417 (Exercises for Caput VII). Use the vocabulary on Wheelock, page 57-8 to help you with this exercise. When you finish 6.1-23 turn to page 450 and use the key to self-correct with a different pen. Sign-pledge and bring these to class so I can see you mistakes.

c) Expect a basic morphology quiz on 3rd declension nouns soon. Keep reviewing also 1st and 2nd declension nouns.

2) Study for vocabulary quiz on Friday November 9. The list is long. Start early. HERE IS THE 3RD VOCABULARY LIST. Bonus: Decline rex magnus or virtus magna or tempus liberum)

3) For Thursday, November 8. Read and write out a translation of the first 3 paragraphs (stop at flammis dant) of LATONA ET NIOBE (new handout) and review/finish final paragraphs of Arachne et Minerva, Part III. Be able to read/translate orally in class.

4) For Friday, November 9 complete the Artistic Assignment/Poster illustrating prepositions with accusative and ablative cases. You should discuss your ideas and Latin phrases with me before completing the final illustration. Use FIRST AND SECOND DECLENSION NOUNS and ADJECTIVE FROM THE CURRENT AND LAST VOCABULARY LISTS. Extra points for uses Third declension words. Email if you need this assignment.

5) On going/future things:

a) Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

b) Roman History and Chronological Historical Worm. Find your timeline for Roman history (see me if you need a new copy). It is large piece of paper handed out at the beginning of the year. As you watch and pause this video place important events on the timeline and annotate where appropriate. Make sure it is clear to read, neat and organized. Colour is desirable if you are so inclined. The video is 20 min long. I recommend that you do it in parts. Also add Augustus’ dates and Ovid’s dates to the timeline. This will be due in approx. 10 days.

c) Geography and Map: Find your large map of the Roman Empire (Mediterranean World) with the Italian Peninsula on the other side (see me if you need one). Click here for a list of features and places to put on your map and several maps. Also include the voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Latium. Use the maps on this page to find the location for the places to be put on your map. Note Greeks, Phoenicians/Carthaginians, Etruscans and Roman areas. You may also wish to indicate areas or places of your gods/goddesses. e.g. Apollo and Delphi, Isis and Alexandria, Rome and Janus, Zeus and Crete, Venus and Cyprus, et cetera. Map/Maps will be due before Thanks Giving Break.




Homework for Friday, November 2, 2018

HERE IS THE 3RD VOCABULARY LIST. QUIZ IN APPROX. 6 DAYS. :

1) Finish reading/translating all of Arachne et Minerva, Part III. Be able to read/translate orally in class.

2) Quiz for the gradebook on the imperfect tense and verbs in general. Study the handout and work we did in class today. See the chart below.

3) On going things:

  1. Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

  2. May wish to consider ideas for the Artistic Assignment illustrating prepositions. It will be due in early November. You should discuss your ideas and Latin phrases with me before completing the final illustration. Due later next week. USE A VARIETY OF FIRST AND SECOND DECLENSION NOUNS AND ADJECTIVE FROM THE CURRENT AND LAST VOCABULARY LISTS.

Homework for Thursday, November 1, 2018

HERE IS THE 3RD VOCABULARY LIST. QUIZ IN APPROX. 6 DAYS. :

1) Finish everything in the handout on the imperfect tenses and study for a morphological quiz on the imperfect tense. Know six ways to translate an imperfect into English. You may wish to rewatch this video on the Imperfect Active Indicative: Video.

2) Finish reading/translating all of Arachne et Minerva, Part II. Be able to read/translate orally in class.

3) Review the double-sided handout about Publius Ovidius Naso and the Metamorphoses.

4) We will do at least 3 more presentation.

C. Things to work on but not due immediately:

  1. Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

  2. May wish to consider ideas for the Artistic Assignment illustrating prepositions. It will be due in early November. You should discuss your ideas and Latin phrases with me before completing the final illustration. Due later next week. USE A VARIETY OF FIRST AND SECOND DECLENSION NOUNS AND ADJECTIVE FROM THE CURRENT AND LAST VOCABULARY LISTS.

Homework for Tuesday, October 30, 2018 and the rest of the week:

Here is the 3rd vocabulary list. Quiz in approx. 10 days.

A. For Tuesday:

HERE IS A USEFUL WEBSITE TO SEARCH MYTH AND GODS.

Mythology posters with images and Latin word and presentations are due: God/Goddess posters and presentations will be due on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Dress as you god/goddess for the day. Research your god or goddess and start completing the chart handed out. Email if you need this. Make of list of dictionary entries of Latin words that are associated with your diety. Click here for a poster of high quality to give you an example.

B. For Thursday, November 1, 2018:

1) Finish everything in the handout on the imperfect tenses and study for a morphological quiz on the imperfect tense. You may wish to rewatch this video on the Imperfect Active Indicative: Video.

2) Finish reading/translating all of Arachne et Minerva, Part II. Be able to read/translate orally in class.

3) Review the double-sided handout about Publius Ovidius Naso and the Metamorphoses

C. Things to work on but not due immediately:

  1. Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

  2. May wish to consider ideas for the Artistic Assignment illustrating prepositions. It will be due in early November. You should discuss your ideas and Latin phrases with me before completing the final illustration. Due later next week. USE A VARIETY OF FIRST AND SECOND DECLENSION NOUNS AND ADJECTIVE FROM THE CURRENT AND LAST VOCABULARY LISTS.

Homework for Friday, October 28, 2018

A. Imperfect Tense:

  1. Watch this video on the Imperfect Active Indicative: Video.

  2. Complete page D. on page 1 and all of page 4. HW grade.

B. Note the difference between a complementary infinitive (Dir. Object), (e.g. Nos debemus mordere ursas - We ought to bite bears) and the subjective infinitive (e.g. Mordere ursas est officium nostrum - To bite bears is our duty).

C. Review and finish Arachne et Minerva, Part I and 1st paragraph of Arachne et Minerva, Part II. Be able to read/translate orally in class.

D. Things to work on but not due immediately:

  1. Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

  2. God/Goddess posters and presentations will be due on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Dress as you god/goddess for the day. Research your god or goddess and start completing the chart handed out. Email if you need this. Make of list of dictionary entries of Latin words that are associated with your diety.

    e.g. for Apollo sagitta, -ae (f) arrow for Diana animal, animalis (n) animals

    Click here for a poster of high quality to give you an example.

  3. May wish to consider ideas for the Artistic Assignment illustrating prepositions. It will be due in early November. You should discuss your ideas and Latin phrases with me before completing the final illustration. Due later next week.

Homework for Thursday, October 27, 2018

A. Review sentences (2nd decl. handout) and notes from Tuesday’s class and note the difference between a complementary infinitive (Dir. Object), (e.g. Nos debemus mordere ursas - We ought to bite bears) and the subjective infinitive (e.g. Mordere ursas est officium nostrum - To bite bears is our duty).

B. Quiz on Thursday, Oct, 25 (for gradebook) on the paradigm/morphology of second declension masculine (servus, vir, ager) and neuter nouns (saxum, oppidum). Also review first declension and APPIAN words of the first declension. Know for this quiz also know 1st/2nd decl. adjectives like: bonus, bona, bonum & noster, nostra, nostrum & līber, lībera, līberum. NEW THING TO DO: Watch this video on first/second declension adjectives. What is the grammatical relationship between a noun and a modifying adjective? When in the masculine paradigm is vocative morphologically different from nominative? Study pages 3-4 of new second declension handout. What is the definition of a neuter noun? What will the ending of the nominative and accusative neuter plural always be? You may wish to review these two videos:  MASCULINE VIDEO and NEUTER VIDEO

C. Review and finish Arachne et Minerva, Part I and 1st paragraph of Arachne et Minerva, Part II. Be able to read/translate orally in class.

D. Things to work on but not due immediately:

  1. Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs. Quiz in early November.

  2. God/Goddess posters and presentations will be due on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Dress as you god/goddess for the day. Research your god or goddess and start completing the chart handed out. Email if you need this. Make of list of dictionary entries of Latin words that are associated with your diety.

    e.g. for Apollo sagitta, -ae (f) arrow for Diana animal, animalis (n) animals

    Click here for a poster of high quality to give you an example.

  3. May wish to consider ideas for the Artistic Assignment illustrating prepositions. It will be due in early November. You should discuss your ideas and Latin phrases with me before completing the final illustration. Due later next week.

Homework for Tuesday, October 23, 2018

A.Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. Value 50-60 points. Say words aloud and use English derivative to help you remember the meanings. Start learning dictionary entries now the list is long. Stop at the first picture. BONUS will be to decline vir noster or nauta bonus.

B. Complete the chart on page 2 and sentences on page 8-9 of 2nd Declension handout. HW grade.

C. Complete the first three English to Latin sentences on the yellow sheet. See back for help with ablatives. Turn it in. You may see me for help on Monday at lunch.

D. Review the Roman soldier and Latin words for his equipment.

E. Quiz on Thursday, Oct, 25 (for gradebook) on the paradigm/morphology of second declension masculine (servus, vir, ager) and neuter nouns (saxum, oppidum). Also review first declension and APPIAN words of the first declension. Know for this quiz also know 1st/2nd decl. adjectives like: bonus, bona, bonum & noster, nostra, nostrum & līber, lībera, līberum. When in the masculine paradigm is vocative morphologically different from nominative? Study pages 3-4 of new second declension handout. What is the definition of a neuter noun? What will the ending of the nominative and accusative neuter plural always be? You may wish to review these two videos:  MASCULINE VIDEO and NEUTER VIDEO

F. Things to work on but not due immediately:

  1. Keep learning little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs.

  2. God/Goddess posters and presentations will be due on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Dress as you god/goddess for the day. Research your god or goddess and start completing the chart handed out. Email if you need this. Make of list of dictionary entries of Latin words that are associated with your diety.

    e.g. for Apollo sagitta, -ae (f) arrow for Diana animal, animalis (n) animals

  3. May wish to consider ideas for the Artistic Assignment illustrating prepositions. It will be due in approx. 10 days. You should discuss your ideas and Latin phrases with me before completing the final illustration. Due later next week.

Homework for Thursday, October 18, 2018

A. Quiz on the paradigm/morphology of second declension masculine (servus, vir, ager) and neuter nouns (saxum, oppidum). When in the masculine paradigm is vocative morphologically different from nominative? Study pages 3-4 of new second declension handout. What is the definition of a neuter noun? What will the ending of the nominative and accusative neuter plural always be? You may wish to review these two videos:  MASCULINE VIDEO and NEUTER VIDEO

B. Complete the chart on page 1 and sentences 2-5 on pages 7-8. HW grade.

C. What is an appositive? What are two nouns in apposition? Anandita, puella magnae audaciae, cum Alexandrō pugnat.

D. Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. Value 50-60 points. Say words aloud and use English derivative to help you remember the meanings. Start learning dictionary entries now the list is long. Stop at the first picture.

E. Things to work on but not due immediately:

  1. Begin little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs.

  2. Research your god or goddess and start completing the chart handed out. Email if you need this. Make of list of dictionary entries of Latin words that are associated with your diety.

    e.g. for Apollo sagitta, -ae (f) arrow for Diana animal, animalis (n) animals

  3. May wish to consider ideas for the Artistic Assignment illustrating prepositions. It will be due in approx. 10 days. You should discuss your ideas and Latin phrases with me before completing the final illustration.



for Tuesday, October 16, 2018

A. Complete and turn in page 8 of sidspace handout. See attached vocabulary list for words. Email if you have questions.

B. Bring Charta Geographica (finished) and FINISH ALL of Europa et Taurus to class. Write your translation on the provided lined paper and be able to some me.

C. Watch these two videos and take notes. Then complete the Video Quiz on Second Declension (masculine and neuter nouns):  MASCULINE VIDEO and NEUTER VIDEO

D. Things to work on but not due immediately:

  1. Begin little by little learning the purple (some are other colours) list of crucial and essential Latin verbs.

  2. Research your god or goddess and start completing the chart handed out. Email if you need this. Make of list of dictionary entries of Latin words that are associated with your diety.

    e.g. for Apollo sagitta, -ae (f) arrow for Diana animal, animalis (n) animals

  3. May wish to consider ideas for the Artistic Assignment illustrating prepositions. It will be due in approx. 10 days. You should discuss your ideas and Latin phrases with me before completing the final illustration.

F. Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19. Value 50-60 points. Say words aloud and use English derivative to help you remember the meanings. Start learning dictionary entries now the list is long. Stop at the first picture.

Homework for Thursday, October 11, 2018

Here are forms for Latin Convention.

If you wish, you may begin to research your god or goddess.

A. Work on Case Usage and SIDSPACE prepositions.

  1. Study notes from class and words on the board and pages 1-4 of sidspace handout. You may wish to review his video: Watch this video and take notes.

  2. Complete and turn in page 7 of handout. There is vocabulary in this handout.

  3. Quiz on the meanings and usages of SIDSPACE preposition. Yes, Ankit, we are having a quiz. Know concepts ablative of accompaniment (cum + abl. person e.g. cum puellā = with a girl) vs. summa cum laude (ablative of manner) = with great praise. Also know ad, in, sub + accusative case (motion towards).

B. Bring Charta Geographica (finished) and Europa et Taurus (first 1/2 finished) to class.

C. Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz in 8 days. Value 50-60 points. Say words aloud and use English derivative to help you remember the meanings. Start learning dictionary entries now the list is long. Stop at the first picture.


Homework for Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Here are forms for Latin Convention.

If you wish, you may begin to research your god or goddess.

A. Complete and turn in yellow sheet on case usage and the first declension. Here it is if you need it or what another copy.

B. Short morphological quiz on first declension nouns/adjective. Be able to decline and translate lupa magna.

C. Crucial work on preposition that govern the ablative case (SIDSPACE).

1) Watch this video and take notes. Pay close attention to the prepositions that govern the ablative case. Then read/study pages 1 to 5 of handout on Sidspace prepositions.

2) Then complete Latin to English sentences on page six of handout.

D. Old but bring: Complete English to Latin sentences 1-3 on bright yellow handout.

E Bring Charta Geographica (finished) and Europa et Taurus (first 1/2 finished) to class.

F. Oral reading of Side Two: Caesar, Gallia est omnis Listen only to the end of your reading passage. Email me your voice recording of this passage on Saturday, October 6 or Sunday at the latest.

Homework for Thursday, October 4, 2018

Here are forms for Latin Convention.

A. Review and study corrected take home assignment/quiz on declensions, cases and 1st declension paradigm. Review quickly also SID SPACE preposition from the board in class.

B. Complete English to Latin sentences 1-3 on bright yellow handout.

C. Bring Charta Geographica and Europa et Taurus to class.

D. On going work: Keep practicing oral reading of Side Two: Caesar, Gallia est omnis Listen only to the end of your reading passage. Email me your voice recording of this passage before Saturday, October 6.



Homework for Thursday, October 4, 2018

Here are forms for Latin Convention.

A. Use notes from class or from videos (see old HW below) or from Wheelock, chapter 2 to complete the take home quiz on the front of the god/goddess handout. Turn this in at the beginning of class.

B. Final large quiz on all Latin verbs and verbal morphology on Thursday, Oct. 4. Email with questions.

Format of quiz:

1) Verb game with present indicative and imperatives of all conjugation and sum, esse, qui, futurus. duc, dic, fac, fer; 2) Verbs English to Latin and Latin to English; 3) Conceptional questions on 5 qualities of finite verbs, infinitives, subjective finite verb agreement, principal part, how do you recognize conjugation the conjugation, etc.

C. On going work: Keep practicing oral reading of Side Two: Caesar, Gallia est omnis Listen only to the end of your reading passage. Email me your voice recording of this passage before Saturday, October 6.



Homework for Tuesday, October 2, 2018

I will assign gods and goddess this weekend.

Here are forms for Latin Convention.

A. Case Syntax/Usage and First Declension Nouns.

  1. Watch the following short videos and take notes. These concepts are crucial.

i. The basics of Latin nouns declensions. 

ii.  Latin's Case System

iii.  The paradigm of first declension nouns. 

2. Read Wheelock, pages 12-15

3. Use the information learned in 1. and 2. above to complete in Latin Loves Cases… (handout) pages 2 and 5 and sentence # 7, 8, 9 on page 9. See vocabulary on page 7. See also the paradigm for the first declension on pages 3 and 4. Email if you have questions.

B. Old HW but bring and turn in:

  1. Complete and turn into me all sentences on PAGE 9 of the handout Introduction to Latin Verbs & Verbal Morphology. Here is the handout if you need it. HW grade. Use Wheelock page 6 for vocabulary and/or Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟ.

  2. Bring your completed translation of CHARTA GEOGRAPHICA and map.

C. Final large quiz on all Latin verbs and verbal morphology on Thursday, Oct. 4.

D. On going work: Keep practicing oral reading of Side Two: Caesar, Gallia est omnis Listen only to the end of your reading passage. Email me your voice recording of this passage before Saturday, October 6.



Homework for Friday, September 28, 2018

1) Verbs:

a) Vocabulary quiz on words on page 6 of Wheelock.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz on Friday, Sept. 28.

Homework for Thursday, September 27, 2018

1) Verbs:

a) What is transitive, an intransitive and a copulative verb? Review these concepts. Review weird imperatives dūc, dīc, fac and fer. Call Alexander Magnus if you need help with these.

b) Complete all sentences on PAGE 7-8 of the handout Introduction to Latin Verbs & Verbal Morphology. Here is the handout if you need it. HW grade. Use Wheelock page 6 for vocabulary and/or Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟ.

2) Work to be complete on CHARTA GEOGRAPHICA:

a) Read and write out a translation of this story. See page 5 for vocabulary.

b) Write the places that you encounter in this story on your map of the Mediterranean. Eventually I will take this in for grade.

3) On going work: Keep practicing oral reading of Side Two: Caesar, Gallia est omnis Listen only to the end of your reading passage. I will ask you to submit a recording of this in a few days. Remind me to review it class with you for practice

4) Keep learning the vocabulary list on page 6 of Wheelock.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz on Friday, Sept. 28.

Homework for Tuesday, September 25, 2018

1) Complete all sentences on page 6 of the handout Introduction to Latin Verbs & Verbal Morphology. Here is the handout if you need it. HW grade. Use Wheelock page 6 for vocabulary and/or Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟ.

2) First QUIZ (Approx. 50 points) on the verbal morphology of the present indicative active (voice) and imperatives of all conjugations (1, 2, 3, 3io, 4) and the irregular verb (sui generis) sum, esse, fui, futurus. The content of the quiz will come mainly from these two videos (Present Tense of Indictiave and Imperative mood) and pages 3, 4, 5 of handout Introduction to Latin Verbs & Verbal Morphology. Here is the handout if you need it. Also be able to answer these questions: a) What is the grammatical relationship between the subjective of a sentence and the finite verb? b) What do the verbal endings -o, -s, -t, -mus, -tis, -nt signify? c) What is the difference between an infinitive and a finite verb. It is a good strategy to recite forms aloud as you study.

4) Keep learning the vocabulary list on page 6 of Wheelock.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz on Friday, Sept. 28.

Homework for Friday, September 21, 2018

1) New Work on Verbal Morphology:

a) Finish the back page of the sheet that asks you to identify the conjugation and guess at the meaning of verbs. If you can’t immediately think of an English derivative move on the next one. Here is the handout if you need it.

b) Use notes from class on the imperative and these videos (Present Tense of Indictiave and Imperative mood) to complete pages 3 and 4 and first have of page 5 of handout Introduction to Latin Verbs & Verbal Morphology. Here is the handout if you need it.

c) What is the grammatical relationship between the subjective of a sentence and the finite verb? They agree in __________ and ____________.

2) On going work: Keep practicing oral reading of Side Two: Caesar, Gallia est omnis Listen only to the end of your reading passage. I will ask you to submit a recording of this in a few days. Remind me to review it class with you for practice

3) Old HW but you may wish to review: Read pages 1-5 of Wheelock CAPVT I (chapter one) and write out answers to these questions: a) What is morphology?  What is syntax?  What five qualities/characteristics do conjugated/finitive verbs have?  What is a finite verb?  What is an infinitive? Watch this video down to min. 3.48 on infinitives.    What do the verbal endings -o, -s, -t, -mus, -tis, -nt signify?     Watch this short video, take notes, but do not feel that you have to master all of it. 

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list on page 6 of Wheelock.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz in approx. one week.

5) Old HW but be able to discuss these three images below. Who is who in these two images? Use notes from class to identify them.


Homework for Thursday, September 20, 2018

1) Use notes from class, Wheelock, CAPVT I, and these two videos to help: a) Principal Parts and b) The Present Tense to complete pages 1, 2, 3, of handout Introduction to Latin Verbs & Verbal Morphology. Here is the handout if you need it. Do not worry syntax or the morphology of the imperative mood yet.

2) Keep practicing oral reading of Side Two: Caesar, Gallia est omnis Listen only to the end of your reading passage. I will ask you to submit a recording of this in a few days. Remind me to review it class with you for practice

3) Old HW but you may wish to review: Read pages 1-5 of Wheelock CAPVT I (chapter one) and write out answers to these questions: a) What is morphology?  What is syntax?  What five qualities/characteristics do conjugated/finitive verbs have?  What is a finite verb?  What is an infinitive? Watch this video down to min. 3.48 on infinitives.    What do the verbal endings -o, -s, -t, -mus, -tis, -nt signify?     Watch this short video, take notes, but do not feel that you have to master all of it. 

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list on page 6 of Wheelock.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz in approx. one week.

5) Old HW but be able to discuss these three images below. Who is who in these two images? Use notes from class to identify them.


HW for Tuesday, September 18, 2018

1) Use your phone or computer to record yourself reading Side One: Vergil, Aeneid 1.1-11. Email this to me at aberrantadventures@mac.com if you can by noon on Sunday. Otherwise it is due before Tuesday’s class. Make sure that you say who you are at the beginning of the recording. Graded on the basis of correct pronunciation and accentuation.

2) Practice reading aloud Side Two: Caesar, Gallia est omnis Listen only to the end of your reading passage.

3) Read pages 1-5 of Wheelock CAPVT I (chapter one) and write out answers to these questions: a) What is morphology?  What is syntax?  What five qualities/characteristics do conjugated/finitive verbs have?  What is a finite verb?  What is an infinitive? Watch this video down to min. 3.48 on infinitives.    What do the verbal endings -o, -s, -t, -mus, -tis, -nt signify?     Watch this short video, take notes, but do not feel that you have to master all of it. 

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list on page 6 of Wheelock.  Say the words aloud and note their English derivatives written (...).   Click here for Wheelock's webiste where you can hear these words pronounced.   Quiz in approx. one week.

5) Start thinking about which Roman god or goddess you would like to be and email me with your top three preferences. Click here for some images and ideas.

6) Compare these three images below. Who is who in these two images? Use notes from class to identify them.

Homework for Thursday, September 13, 2018

1) Quiz on:

a) The rules of pronunciation (know especially diphthongs, c, g, v, i, qu and long vs short vowels and difficult words such lingua, sanguis, urbs, optineo.

b) Be able to divide syllables (Syllabification) and put the accent/stress on the correct syllable (accentuation). Know terms antepenult, penult and ultima. See videos below if you need review.                            

Latin Syllabification or How Latin Makes Syllables Rules of Accentuation

 

2) Complete both sides of Voice Reading of Caesar but do not do number 4 (the voice recording yet). Read each passage aloud and then listen to these recordings and use them to correct and refine your pronunciation.

Side One: Vergil, Aeneid 1.1-11 (you want the second recording by Letizia Poli). Listen only down to the end of Line 11. Side Two: Caesar, Gallia est omnis Listen only to the end of your reading passage.

Homework for Tuesday, September 11, 2018

1) Review notes on the Latin Alphabet and pronunciation. Note especially the pronunciation of consonants(c, g, v, i) and Latin's 6 diphthongs.   What are diphthongs?   You may wish to rewatch these two videos:                                  

Pronunciation of Consonants

Pronunciation of Vowels and Diphthongs

 

2) Practice saying all the words and phrases aloud on the page titled Pronunciation Exercise (it has 3 colmns of words).  Circle all diphthongs found in these words.  It is numbered page one. 

3) Watch these two videos and take notes on syllabification and accentuation. These are the final two topics regarding pronunciation. 

Latin Syllabification or How Latin Makes Syllables      Following this video complete the exercise on page five of Thursday's handout.   Here it is if you need it. 

Rules of Accentuation

4) Watch this video on Latin's place as an Indo-European language.   Take notes and follow the path from Proto-Indo-European to Latin and the Romance languages.  See enlarged diagram of Proto-Indo-Eurpoean languages (handed out in class).    

 

 

 

1) Review your notes from class on the Latin Alphabet.  Then read and study pages xxxvi-xxxviii of Wheelock's Latin on Alphabet and Pronunciation    

2) Watch these two videos and take notes: 

Pronunciation of Consonants

Pronunciation of Vowels and Diphthongs

3)  Use what you learned in numbers 1 and 2 above to answer these questions:  a) What is marcon and what does it do? b) What is consonantal "i" and how is it pronounced?   c) How are the Latin letters c, g, v pronounced? d) What are diphthongs?  Give 6 examples of Latin diphthongs.   e) What letters come directly from Greek and are used in Latin versions of Greek words?  Give examples. 

4) Email me to say hello, ask questions or complain at aberrantadventures@mac.com

Homework for Thursday, September 6, 2018

1) Read and study pages xxxvi-xxxviii of Wheelock's Latin on Alphabet and Pronunciation    

2) Watch and take notes on these two videos: 

Pronunciation of Vowels and Diphthongs

Pronunciation of Consonants

3) Use what you learned in numbers 1 and 2 above to answer these questions:  a) What is marcon and what does it do? b) What is consonantal "i" and how is it pronounced?   c) How are the Latin letters c, g, v pronounced? d) What are diphthongs?  Give 6 examples of Latin diphthongs.   e) What letters come directly from Greek and are used in Latin versions of Greek words?  Give examples. 

4) Email me to say hello, ask questions or complain at aberrantadventures@mac.com

 

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Homework/Study Guide for Friday, October 27, 2017

1) Come to class prepared to work on mythological projects/poster which are due on Monday, Oct. 30. 

Vocabulary Quiz on Wednesday, November 1 - 4th Quiz on Vocabulary for Minerva et Arachne & 2nd Declension Nouns. Here is the list.   

Homework/Study Guide for Monday, October 30, 2017

1) Vocabulary Quiz on Wednesday, November 1 - 4th Quiz on Vocabulary for Minerva et Arachne & 2nd Declension Nouns. Here is the list. 

2) Poster, presentation and costume are due Monday, Oct. 30.   Latin words and phrases are crucial.   Use this website to find primary sources.     Here is a copy of the assignment. 

3) First test is coming soon.  Keep reviewing verbal morphology,  first/second nouns and adjectives. case usage, sidspace prepositions, prepositions + acc case. 

4) Old: Complete sentences (English to Latin) # 6,7,8 on page 8 (has a drawing of a temple) of the Second Declension handout.   Email if you need it.   HW grade.  See vocabulary list in handout for help or email if you are can not find a word.      donum = gift  

5) On Going:  Geography/Maps:  Continue working on your double-sided enlarged map by adding the places on the handed out list.  Here are maps and the list of places.  Maps will be due in approx.  10 days.

 

habet and Pronunciation    

2) Watch and take notes on these two videos: 

Pronunciation of Vowels and Diphthongs

Pronunciation of Consonants

3) Use what you learned in numbers 1 and 2 above to answer these questions:  a) What is marcon and what does it do? b) What is consonantal "i" and how is it pronounced?   c) How are the Latin letters c, g, v pronounced? d) What are diphthongs?  Give 6 examples of Latin diphthongs.   e) What letters come directly from Greek and are used in Latin versions of Greek words?  Give examples. 

4) Email me to say hello, ask questions or complain at aberrantadventures@mac.com

5) Review the image below and its Latin motto. 

 


 

 


 



 



 

Alea iacta est