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Homework/Agenda Friday, September 20, 2019

LATIN CLUB MEETING THIS WEEK. BRING $5.00

Bring the English to Latin sentences from Friday’s class. I only expect the first TWO to be finished before class.

1) Complete the assignment for The Reign of Servius Tulles, Rex Sextus down to and including (yes Hadyen including) number 10.

2) Complete sentences 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 in the UNUS NAUTA handout out. I will ask to see this completed for a homework grade.

4) Here is the new vocabulary list for Servius Tullius. Quiz on Wednesday, September 25.

Homework/Agenda Wednesday, September 18, 2019

LATIN CLUB MEETING THIS WEEK. BRING $5.00

Bring the English to Latin sentences from Friday’s class. I only expect the first TWO to be finished before class.

1) Read and write out a translation of paragraph one of The Reign of Servius Tulles, Rex Sextus on the lined paper provided in the handout. There is vocabulary on page five. Email if you need this story.

2) Short quiz on the dictionary entry of on quīdam, īdem, hic, is, iste, ille, ipse and the UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives: Use this video to review: Watch this video on UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

3) Complete sentences 5,6,7 in the UNUS NAUTA handout out. I will ask to see this completed for a homework grade.

4) Here is the new vocabulary list for Servius Tullius. Quiz on Wednesday, September 25.

Homework/Agenda Monday, September 16, 2019

LATIN CLUB MEETING THIS WEEK. BRING $5.00

Bring the English to Latin sentences from Friday’s class. I only expect the first TWO to be finished before class.

1) Work on quīdam, īdem, hic, is, iste, ille, ipse and the UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives:

a) Example the paradigms in the handout from Friday’s class and begin learning or reviewing the UNUS NAUTA words on the first page. Watch this video and take notes. Say paradigms the aloud.

b) Complete sentences 2, 3, 4 in the UNUS NAUTA handout out. I will ask to see this completed for a homework grade.

2) Keep reviewing the Perseus Story and read/write out translation of paragraph 5. THE GORGON'S HEAD for Friday. Be able to read orally in class. EMAIL ME at aberrantadventures@mac.com if you need vocabulary/commentary for this story.

3) Here is the first vocabulary list for Perseus. QUIZ on MONDAY, September 16. Label the pictures handout out of Perseus with dictionary entries. I will put a picture on the quiz. Do not neglect the words toward the end of this list. Here is what a Latin vocabulary quiz looks like. Email me if you have questions. Bonus will be to decline: eadem gravis vis. Yes, Virginia, this is a mandatory bonus. Virgina est mulier summī ingeniī. Here is the paradigm of vis, vis (f) below.

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Homework/Agenda Friday, September 13, 2019

Review notes from class and do not forget the different between aes, aeris (n) bronze and āēr, āēris (m) air.

1) Complete the back page (numbers 11-20) of the The Justify Case Game or Syntax is Sexy by finding the words in the context of the Perseus story. USE THE PINK HANDOUT TO HELP WITH SYNTAX AND JUSTIFICATION. Email if you need this. See me at lunch if you need help or have questions. Graded Assignment. Due Friday.

2) Keep reviewing the Perseus Story and read/write out translation of paragraph 5. THE GORGON'S HEAD for Friday. Be able to read orally in class. EMAIL ME at aberrantadventures@mac.com if you need vocabulary/commentary for this story.

3) Bring the English to Latin sentences from Friday’s class. I only expect the first TWO to be finished before class.

4) Here is the first vocabulary list for Perseus. QUIZ on MONDAY, September 16. Label the pictures handout out of Perseus with dictionary entries.

Homework/Agenda Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Review notes from class and do not forget:

the indefinite adjective quīdam, quaedam, quoddam; Quaedam virgo Alexandrum dentibus suīs mordēre vult. Quis est?

duc, dic, fac, fer hīc hinc hūc

1) Complete the first page of the The Justify Case Game or Syntax is Sexy by finding the words in the context of the Perseus story. USE THE PINK HANDOUT TO HELP WITH SYNTAX AND JUSTIFICATION. Email if you need this. See me at lunch if you need help or have questions. Graded Assignment.

2) Review notes from board of declensions and especially i-stem nouns. Work on paradigms of nouns and adjectives, if necessary. See page 5-6 of handout Rabbits Review Morphology or Wheelock, pages 495-8 and/or this link with videos and paradigms. Morphological Quiz on paradigms of adjectives, demonstrative and nouns on Wednesday, Sept. 11th. 50 points.

3) Keep reviewing the Perseus Story and read/write out translation of paragraph 4: PERSEUS GETS HIS OUTFIT. Paragraph five will be due on Friday. Be able to read orally in class. EMAIL ME at aberrantadventures@mac.com if you need vocabulary/commentary for this story.

4) Bring the English to Latin sentences from Friday’s class. I only expect the first TWO to be finished before class.

5) Here is the first vocabulary list for Perseus. Quiz on Monday, September 16. Label the pictures handout out of Perseus with dictionary entries.


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Homework/Agenda Monday, September 9, 2019

1) Morphology for Magic Monkeys:

a) Work on paradigms of nouns and adjectives, if necessary. See page 5-6 of handout Rabbits Review Morphology or Wheelock, pages 495-8 and/or this link with videos and paradigms. Morphological Quiz on paradigms of adjectives, demonstrative and nouns on Wednesday, Sept. 11th. 50 points.

b) Down load this assignment, complete and turn into me on Monday. Value 40 points. Work independently but you may use notes, wheelock, etc. See below for the paradigm of the indefinite adjective (a certain, some).

2) Perseus Story: Read and write out translation of paragraph 3: PERSEUS IS SENT ON HIS TRAVELS and paragraph 4: PERSEUS GETS HIS OUTFIT. Be able to read orally in class. EMAIL ME at aberrantadventures@mac.com if you need vocabulary/commentary for this story.

3) Bring the English to Latin sentences from Friday’s class. I only expect the first one to be finished before class.

4) Here is the first vocabulary list for Perseus. Quiz on Monday, September 16.

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Homework/Agenda Friday, September 6, 2019

1) Review notes form class on concepts and the 3 crucial forms of agreement in the Latin Language. What is the relationship between noun and modify adjective? What is the relation between pronoun and its antecedent? What is the relationship between the subjective and the finite verb? What is a finite? What is relationship between Ankit and a furry duck?

2) Review paradigms of Latin nouns declensions 1-5 and adjectives for the first/second declension and the third declension. See page 5-6 of handout Rabbits Review Morphology or Wheelock, pages 495-8 and/or this link with videos and paradigms. Complete and bring page 4 of Rabbits Review Morphology, the declension fun game.

3) Read and write out a translation of Pereus, paragraph 1: The Ark and paragraph 2: Jupiter Saves his son. Be able to read orally in class. EMAIL ME at aberrantadventures@mac.com if you need vocabulary/commentary for this story.

4) Morphological Quiz on material from # 2 above (paradigms of adjectives and nouns) e on Monday, Sept. 9th. 50 points.





The Final Exam:

a) Vocabulary from the blue list of verbs. Principal parts, compound verbs, deponents verbs, irregularly verbs and English derivatives.

b) Morphology (see handout with practice exercises); Nouns, pronouns, adjectives etc. aliquis, aliquid; quisque, quidque

c) Subjunctive Syntax. See handout. Sequence of theses for indirect questions and other clauses; relative clauses with the subjunctive mood, conditional sentences, negation, etc. ut with indicative vs. subjunctive; dum with indicative vs. subjunctive; words that anticipate result clauses.

d) Case syntax; See handout. dative of purpose and the double dative

e) Cultural/Historical Material; The Roman Republic, 4 features of the consulship, cursus honorum, Roman conquest and the Punic Wars; the battle of Cannae and Hannibal Questions.

f) Readings: Matron of Ephesus; Catullus 101, Caesar/Britannia; 3 selections from Livy on the Punics Wars and Cannae.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Wednesday/Thursday, June 5/6, 2019

1) Prepare/read/translate the following for Wednesday’s class. These readings will be on the final:

a) New reading from Livy on the Morning after Cannae. Reading grade.

b) Finish and review the Aftermath of Cannae where Aemilius Paulus addresses Gn. Lentulus. Reading grade.

2) Listen to the second half of this podcast (Hannibal) and answer the remaining questions as you listen. This material will be on the exam in the history/culture section. I will ask to see these complete.

3) The Final Exam: a) Vocabulary from the blue list of verbs; b) Morphology (see handout with practice exercises); c) Subjunctive Syntax; d) Case syntax; e) Cultural/Historical Material; f) Readings: Matron of Ephesus; Catullus 101, Caesar/Britannia; 3 selections from Livy on the Punics Wars and Cannae.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Monday/Tuesday, June 3/4, 2019

1) Finish reading and translating the the preface of Livy’s account of the 2nd Punic War and complete the Aftermath of Cannae (new handout email if you need this) War. Be able to read and translate in class. These reading will be on the final exam.

2) Listen to the first 20 minutes of this podcast (Hannibal) and answer the handed out in class as you listen. The material will be on the exam in the history/culture section. Finish the podcast and all questions for Wednesday/Thursday’s class.

3) Old: Review notes on the punic wars. Study the maps below. Watch this short video and take notes (will be on final exam).

4) For exam review and study the blue handout of crucial and essential verbs. Email if you need this.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Wednesday, June 5, 2019

1) Prepare/read/translate the following for Wednesday’s class:

a) New reading from Livy on the Morning after Cannae. Reading grade.

b) Finish and review the Aftermath of Cannae where Aemilius Paulus address Gn. Lentulus.

2) Listen to the second half of this podcast (Hannibal) and answer the remaining questions as you listen. This material will be on the exam in the history/culture section.

3) The Final Exam: a) Vocabulary from the blue list of verbs; b) Morphology (see handout with practice exercises); c) Subjunctive Syntax; d) Case syntax; e) Cultural/Historical Material; f) Readings: Catullus 101, Caesar/Britannia; 3 selections from Livy on the Punics Wars and Cannae.



Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Mondday/Thursday, May 23/24, 2019

1) Study the first two pages of the Dative Syntax handout and do the first five sentences.

2) Read and write out a translation for Catullus 101. Use the vocabulary and commentary (separate page to help). Be able to read orally in class.

3) Review and bring the Death of Camilia from the Aeneid. We need to finish the last few lines.

4) 4th quarter test will be during the long 3 hour block. Friday for 5th Period. Value 200 points. It will focus on reading authentic Latin including The death of Pliny, Matron of Ephesus, Caesar’s Invasion of Britain, the Death of Camilia and Catullus 101. Review also subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. Value 200 points

Homework/Agenda for 8th period for Tuesday, May 22, 2019

1) Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, May 20/21.

2) Finish reading and translating the Death of Camilia from the Aeneid.

2.5) Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. This is may be on the test and/or exam.

3) Review The Matron of Ephesus. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

4) 4th quarter test will be during the long 3 hour block. Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.


Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Wedensday, May 23, 2019

1) Study the first two pages of the Dative Syntax handout and do the first five sentences.

2) Read and write out a translation for Catullus 101. Use the vocabulary and commentary (separate page to help). Be able to read orally in class.

3) Review and bring the Death of Camilia from the Aeneid.

4) 4th quarter test will be during the long 3 hour block. Friday for 5th Period. Value 200 points. It will focus on reading authentic Latin including The death of Pliny, Matron of Ephesus, Caesar’s Invasion of Britain, the Death of Camilia and Catullus 101. Review also subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. Value 200 points Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Friday, May 17, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, May 20/21.

1) Complete and turn in pink quiz at the beginning of class. Sign Pledge. You may use a dictionary.

2) Complete the first three pages of Dative Case Morphology. NEW HANDOUT

2.5) Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. This is may be on the test and/or exam.

3) Review The Matron of Ephesus. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

4) 4th quarter test is coming soon (1 week). Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Wednesday/Thursday, May 15/16, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, May 20/21.

1) Quiz the morphology and syntax of the Genitive Case: Study handout on the genitive case START AND KEEPING WATCHING these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24.

2) Complete the first three pages of Dative Case Morphology. NEW HANDOUT

2.5) Review and bring the Caesar at Sight passage.

3) Finish and review The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 63-80 ( lastpages of text). The next page is difficult but the commentary will help. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

4) 4th quarter test is coming soon (1 week). Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Friday, May 17, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, May 20/21.

1) Complete and turn in pink quiz at the beginning of class. Sign Pledge. You may use a dictionary.

2) Complete the first three pages of Dative Case Morphology. NEW HANDOUT

2.5) Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. This is may be on the test and/or exam.

3) Review The Matron of Ephesus. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

4) 4th quarter test is coming soon (1 week). Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.





Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Monday/Tuesday, May 13/14, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Tuesday, May 21.

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 57-80 ( lastpages of text). The next page is difficult but the commentary will help. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

2) Quiz the morphology and syntax of the Genitive Case: Study handout on the genitive case START AND KEEPING WATCHING these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24.

3) 4th quarter test is coming soon (1 week). Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Monday, May 20.

1) Quiz the morphology and syntax of the Genitive Case: Study handout on the genitive case START AND KEEPING WATCHING these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24.

2) Complete the first three pages of Dative Case Morphology.

2.5) Review and bring the Caesar at Sight passage.

3) Finish and review The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 63-80 ( lastpages of text). The next page is difficult but the commentary will help. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

4) 4th quarter test is coming soon (1 week). Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Wednesday/Thursday, May 8/9, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz in 7-9 days.

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 40-56 ( pages of text). The next page is difficult but the commentary will help. There is future more vivid condition, a quote from the Dido episode of the Aeneid and verb that governs the ablative case. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

2) Work on the Genitive Case: Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-18 in the handout. Justify all genitives. START AND KEEPING WATCHING these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24. You should have completed them all by the end of the week. Quiz on morphology and syntax of the genitive case soon.

3) Keep reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Monday/Tuesday, May 6/7.

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 21-39 ( pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

2) God Bless the Genitive Case and Owen: Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-18 in the handout. Justify all genitives. Start watching these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24. You should have completed them all by the end of the week. Quiz on morphology and syntax of the genitive case soon.

3) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Monday/Tuesday, May 6/7.

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 21-39 ( pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

2) God Bless the Genitive Case and Owen: Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-18 in the handout. Justify all genitives. Start watching these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24. You should have completed them all by the end of the week. Quiz on morphology and syntax of the genitive case soon.

3) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Wednesday, May 8

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 40-56 ( pages of text). The next page is difficult but the commentary will help. There is future more vivid condition, a quote from the Dido episode of the Aeneid and verb that governs the ablative case. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

2) God Bless the Genitive Case and Owen: Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-18 in the handout. Justify all genitives. START AND KEEPING WATCHING these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24. You should have completed them all by the end of the week. Quiz on morphology and syntax of the genitive case soon.

3) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Friday, May 3.

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 8-24 (first 3 pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class.

2) Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-13 in the handout. Justify all genitives.

3) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday/Thursday, 5th/8th Period, May 1/2, 2019

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, lines 1-19 (first 2 and a half pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class.

2) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Friday, May 3

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 8-24 (first 3 pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class.

2) Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-13 in the handout. Justify all genitives.

3) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

Homework/Agenda for Monday/Tuesday, 5th & 8th Period, April 26, 2019

1) Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz on Monday/Tuesday April 29/30. Be able to decline id melius opus or illud maius officium  Verb game on the back with either morior, mori or iacio, iacere Value 60-80 points.

2) Prepare to read: The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 40-49. Be able to read and translate in class. Kept this story test is coming soon. This is the last section of Plinius Minor to read.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, 5th Period, April 26, 2019

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, lines 1-19 (first 2 and a half pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text.

2) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.


Homework/Agenda for Friday, 8th Period, April 26 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz on Monday/Tuesday April 29/30. Note also verb game on the back.

1) Prepare to read: The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 35-45. Be able to read and translate in class.

2) Important quiz (100 points) on Tues/Wed. on the gerund, gerundive, gerundive of obligation and review of subjunctive syntax, both independent and dependent uses - review the handout on subjunctive syntax. Know vocabulary common with gerund and gerundive, such as opera, gratia, causa, peritus, etc. See list above for the next qui

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday/Wednesday, 5th/8th Period, April 23, 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz on Monday/Tuesday April 29/30. Note also verb game on the back.

1) We will read a lot on this week. For Tues/Wed. be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 25-39. Be able to read and translate in class.

2) Important quiz (100 points) on Tues/Wed. on the gerund, gerundive, gerundive of obligation and review of subjunctive syntax, both independent and dependent uses - review the handout on subjunctive syntax. Know vocabulary common with gerund and gerundive, such as opera, gratia, causa, peritus, etc. See list above for the next quiz.

3) Read pages 1and 2 of new handout on the Gerundive and then COMPLETE PAGE 9 (entences 12…) of sentences in the handout. HW grade. 8th period should make sure they have all sentences and email if they do not have the full handout.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, 8th Period, April 25 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz on Monday/Tuesday April 29/30. Note also verb game on the back.

1) Prepare to read: The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 35-45. Be able to read and translate in class.

2) Important quiz (100 points) on Tues/Wed. on the gerund, gerundive, gerundive of obligation and review of subjunctive syntax, both independent and dependent uses - review the handout on subjunctive syntax. Know vocabulary common with gerund and gerundive, such as opera, gratia, causa, peritus, etc. See list above for the next quiz.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.









Homework/Agenda for Friday, 5th/8th Period, April 19, 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz in 10 days. Start learning now.

1) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 25-34. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this. KEEP REVIEWING THIS STORY

2) Read pages 1and 2 of new handout on the Gerundive and then COMPLETE PAGE 9 (entences 12…) of sentences in the handout. HW grade. 8th period should make sure they have all sentences and email if they do not have the full handout.

3) QUIZ on Gerund and Gerundive and vocabulary common to them on Monday, April 22

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday/Thursday, 5th/8th Period, April 18, 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz in 10 days. Start learning now.

1) Work on the Gerundive:

a) Watch this video and take notes.

b) Read pages 1and 2 of new handout on the Gerundive and then complete pages 7 and 8 (sentences 2-11) of sentences in the handout. HW grade. 8th period should make sure they have all sentences and email if they do not have the full handout.

2) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 20-30. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this. KEEP REVIEWING THIS STORY

Homework/Agenda for Friday, 5th Period, April 20, 2019

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1) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 25-34. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this. KEEP REVIEWING THIS STORY

2) Read pages 1and 2 of new handout on the Gerundive and then COMPLETE PAGE 9 (entences 12…) of sentences in the handout. HW grade. 8th period should make sure they have all sentences and email if they do not have the full handout.

3) QUIZ on Gerund and Gerundive and vocabulary common to them on Monday, April 22

Homework/Agenda for Monday/Tuesday, 5th/8th Period, April 16, 2019

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1) Quiz on the gerund and vocabulary commonly used with it. This quiz will also review subjunctive syntax.

2) Finish all sentences on page 3-4 of the 2nd gerund handout.

3) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 1-26. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, 5th Period, April 18, 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz in 10 days. Start learning now.

1) Work on the Gerundive:

a) Watch this video and take notes.

b) Read pages 1and 2 of new handout on the Gerundive and then complete pages 7 and 8 of sentences in the handout. HW grade.

2) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 20-30. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this. KEEP REVIEWING THIS STORY



Homework/Agenda for Friday, 5th/8th Period, April 12, 2019

1) Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz on Friday, April 12

2) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 1-20. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this.

3) Review notes on the gerund. Quiz on Monday.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday/Thursday 5th/8th Period, April 9/10, 2019

1) Work on the Gerund:

a) Watch this video and take notes.  

b) Read/study pages 1-2 of the Godbless the Gerund (handout) and complete pages 3-4, including all sentences. HW Grade.

c) Quiz on Gerund coming soon.

2) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 1-20. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this.

3) Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz on Friday, April 11



Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Monday/Tuesday, March 25/26, 2019

1) Read and and write a translation of The Death of Pliny the Elder, lines 1-15. Be able to read and translation in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this.

2) Complete all sentences on pages THREE & FOUR of handout on Conditional sentences. HW grade. WATCH THIS VIDEO AND TAKE NOTES

4) 3rd quarter test on Wednesday and Thursday, March 27/28 (Value 250 points). CLICK HERE FOR THE STUDY GUIDE; a) Review readings from Aeolus to Pliny; b) grammar: deponent verbs, subjunctive syntax/morphology; c) questions from reading and podcast.

Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz in 10 days.

5)Old but bring: Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Friday, March 23, 2019



For Friday’s class: WATCH THIS VIDEO AND TAKE NOTES. Then Study notes on conditional sentences and complete all sentences on pages 1, 2, 3 of handout on Conditional sentences. HW grade.

3rd quarter test on Wednesday and Thursday, March 27/28 (Value 250 points). CLICK HERE FOR THE STUDY GUIDE; a) Review readings from Aeolus to Pliny; b) grammar: deponent verbs, subjunctive syntax/morphology; c) questions from reading and podcast.

Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz in 10 days.



Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Wednesday, Thursday March 20/21, 2019

3rd quarter test on Wednesday and Thursday, March 27/28 (Value 250 points). CLICK HERE FOR THE STUDY GUIDE; a) Review readings from Aeolus to Pliny; b) grammar: deponent verbs, subjunctive syntax/morphology; c) questions from reading and podcast.

Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz in 10 days.

1) For Thrusday: Complete and used handed out key to correct practice CAV test. Bring corrected test to class on Wednesday/Thursday. Turn this in. Mark number of mistakes on first page.

2) For Friday’s class: WATCH THIS VIDEO AND TAKE NOTES. Then Study notes on conditional sentences and complete all sentences on pages 1, 2, 3 of handout on Conditional sentences. HW grade.

3) For Friday: Read and and write a translation of The Death of Pliny the Elder, lines 1-10. Be able to read and translation in class. This will be a little difficult. See last page for notes and vocabulary.

4) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Monday/Tuesday, March 18/19, 2019

3rd quarter test on Wednesday and Thursday, March 27/28 (Value 250 points). CLICK HERE FOR THE STUDY GUIDE; a) Review readings from Aeolus to Pliny; b) grammar: deponent verbs, subjunctive syntax/morphology; c) questions from reading and podcast.

Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz in 10 days.

1) Complete the practice CAV test.

2) Short quiz on result clauses and uses of UT

3) Review notes from class on the cursus honorum and principles of the Res Publica.

4) Read and and write a translation of The Death of Pliny the Elder, lines 1-10. Be able to read and translation in class. This will be a little difficult. See last page for notes and vocabulary.

4) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.

Homework/Agenda for 5th Period, Wednesday, March 20, 2019

3rd quarter test on Wednesday and Thursday, March 27/28 (Value 250 points). CLICK HERE FOR THE STUDY GUIDE; a) Review readings from Aeolus to Pliny; b) grammar: deponent verbs, subjunctive syntax/morphology; c) questions from reading and podcast.

Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz in 10 days.

1) Complete and used handed out key to correct practice CAV test. Bring corrected test to class on Wednesday.

2) Study notes on conditional sentences and complete all sentences on pages 1, 2, 3 of handout on Conditional sentences. HW grade.

3) Read and and write a translation of The Death of Pliny the Elder, lines 1-10. Be able to read and translation in class. This will be a little difficult. See last page for notes and vocabulary.

4) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Wednesday/Thursday, March 13/14, 2019

1) Crucial Work on Result Clauses:

a) Read notes on the result clauses and then answer the page of question on Result clauses.

b) Complete all sentences (Latin to English) on result clauses.

2) Study for and practice the NLE. Click here for another practice test. The key is on the last two pages. You may wish to watch this video to review the outline of Roman History.

3) Reread and review: Catullus VII ; b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

4) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period Friday, March 15, 2019

1) Review notes on result clauses and bring finished sentences on Friday.

2) Readings: Finish/prepare the first paragraph of THE SUCCESSION OF THE PLEBS. See pages 3 and 4/5 for more vocabulary. Reread and review: Catullus VII. Keep review all readings Readings TEST on Wednesday/Thursday, March 27/28.

3) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video. I will ask to see this complete and be able to discuss in class.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Monday/Tuesday, March 11/12, 2019

1) Reread and review: Catullus V and VII ; b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

2) Complete, self-correct and bring the practice NLE handed out Friday. Click here for another practice test. The key is on the last two pages. You may wish to watch this video to review the outline of Roman History.

3) Test (value 100 points) on all subjunctive morphology (4 tenses - do forget deponent verbs and irregular verbs), indirect questions (know interrogative pronouns, adjectives and adverbs) sequence of tenses, substantive clauses/indirect command, purpose clauses, and independent subjunctive: jussive, hortatory, volitive, potential and deliberative. Negation is crucial. Know all meanings of ut with both indicative and subjunctive. Click here for the dirt on subjunctive morphology.

4) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.




Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Friday, March 8, 2019

1) Reading to Prepare, REVIEW and be able to read orally: a) Catullus V and VII ; b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

2) The subjunctive mood continued:

a) Complete the morphological exercises that follow the selection of Cicero (where we found verbs in the subjunctive mood). Do pages 3, 4, 3, 6. HW grade.

b) Quiz for grade book on all tenses of the subjunctive - morphology. Click here for the dirt on subjunctive morphology

c) OLD BUT IMPORTANT: Study notes on indirect questions and sequence of tenses. Read pages 1-4 of handout and then complete PAGE 6 of same handout. You may wish to read Wheelock, pages 245-248. It is rabbit season, duck season and HW season.

3)Old but Bring: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Do the 2nd 15 minutes for Wednesday/Thursday. Bring questions with written out answers.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Wednesday/Thursday, March 6/7, 2019

1) Reading to Prepare, REVIEW and be able to read orally in class on Monday/Tuesday: a) First paragraph of Cicero’s in Catalinam. b) Catullus V ; c) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

2) The subjunctive mood continued:

a) Quiz for grade book on all tenses of the subjunctive - morphology. Click here for the dirt on subjunctive morphology

b) Study notes on indirect questions and sequence of tenses. Read pages 1-4 of handout and then complete pages 6 of same handout. You may wish to read Wheelock, pages 245-248. It is rabbit season, duck season and HW season. :

3) List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Do the 2nd 15 minutes for Wednesday/Thursday. Bring questions with written out answers.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th Period, Friday, March 8, 2019

1) Reading to Prepare, REVIEW and be able to read orally Catullus V ; c) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

2) The subjunctive mood continued:

a) Complete the morphological exercises that follow the selection of Cicero (where we found verbs in the subjunctive mood). Do pages 3, 4, 3, 6. HW grade.

b) Quiz for grade book on all tenses of the subjunctive - morphology. Click here for the dirt on subjunctive morphology

c)OLD BUT IMPORTANT: Study notes on indirect questions and sequence of tenses. Read pages 1-4 of handout and then complete PAGE 6 of same handout. You may wish to read Wheelock, pages 245-248. It is rabbit season, duck season and HW season.

3) List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Do the 2nd 15 minutes for Wednesday/Thursday. Bring questions with written out answers.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Tuesday, March 4/5, 2019

1) List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Do only the first 15 minutes for Monday/Tuesday. Do the 2nd 15 minutes for Wednesday/Thursday.

1.5) Reading to Prepare, Review and be able to read orally in class on Monday/Tuesday: a) First paragraph of Cicero’s in Catalinam. b) Catullus V ; c) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

2) Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5 with subjunctive morphology of verbs from the quiz on the back (60-80 points). Click here for the dirt on subjunctive morphology

3) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Friday, March 1, 2019

Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5.

1) Finish English to Latin sentences 5-6 (first two on 2nd page) in Horatius Joined Under the Damn Bridge. Type out final answers and justify all subjunctives.

2) Work on Subjunctive Morphology:

a) Watch these videos and take notes

The Perfect Active Subjunctive and The Perfect Passive Subjunctive

The Pluperfect Active Subjunctive and The Pluperfect Passive Subjunctive  

b) Complete pages 2, 3, 4 of new handout on perfect and pluperfect subjunctive.

2) Reading to Prepare and Review:

a) Reread and review Catullus V and be prepared to read orally in class. You have both commentary and vocabulary to help with this poem. See me at lunch if you need help with readings.

b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Old: Quinnina bellatrix maxima urbem nostram oppugnatum veniet. Erit mirabile visu, facile factu, terribile dictu. Review: Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Wednesday/Thursday, February 27/28, 2019

Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5.

1) Finish English to Latin sentences 1-4 in Horatius Joined Under the Damn Bridge. Type out final answers and justify all subjunctives.

Watch on the Subjunctive Mood: Quiz on subjunctive morphology, present and imperfect tenses and indirect question, indirect command/noun clauses and on usage of ut + subjunctive and indicative. Ut bene scitis, nobis di saepe imperant ut brevi tempore opera multa agamus.

2) Reading to Prepare and Review:

a) Reread and review Catullus V and be prepared to read orally in class. You have both commentary and vocabulary to help with this poem. See me at lunch if you need help with readings.

b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Old: Quinnina bellatrix maxima urbem nostram oppugnatum veniet. Erit mirabile visu, facile factu, terribile dictu. Review: Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th Period, Friday, March 1, 2019

Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5.

1) Finish English to Latin sentences 5-6 (first two on 2nd page) in Horatius Joined Under the Damn Bridge. Type out final answers and justify all subjunctives.

2) Work on Subjunctive Morphology:

a) Watch these videos and take notes

The Perfect Active Subjunctive and The Perfect Passive Subjunctive

The Pluperfect Active Subjunctive and The Pluperfect Passive Subjunctive  

b) Complete pages 2, 3, 4 of new handout on perfect and pluperfect subjunctive.

2) Reading to Prepare and Review:

a) Reread and review Catullus V and be prepared to read orally in class. You have both commentary and vocabulary to help with this poem. See me at lunch if you need help with readings.

b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Old: Quinnina bellatrix maxima urbem nostram oppugnatum veniet. Erit mirabile visu, facile factu, terribile dictu. Review: Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Monday/Tuesday, February 25/26, 2019

Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5.

1)Watch on the Subjunctive Mood:

a) Review notes from class on indirect question, indirect command/noun clauses and on usage of ut + subjunctive and indicative. Ut bene scitis, nobis di saepe imperant ut brevi tempore opera multa agamus.

b) Download this assignment and complete. It is still homework season.

c) Review morphology of present and imperfect subjunctive. Quiz soon.

2) Reading:

a) Read and write out a translation for Catullus V and be prepared to read orally in class. You have both commentary and vocabulary to help with this poem. See me at lunch if you need help with readings.

b) Finish and review Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Quinnina bellatrix maxima urbem nostram oppugnatum veniet. Erit mirabile visu, facile factu, terribile dictu. Review: Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th Period, Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5.

1) Finish English to Latin sentences 1-4 in Horatius Joined Under the Damn Bridge. Type out final answers and justify all subjunctives.

Watch on the Subjunctive Mood: Quiz on subjunctive morphology, present and imperfect tenses and indirect question, indirect command/noun clauses and on usage of ut + subjunctive and indicative. Ut bene scitis, nobis di saepe imperant ut brevi tempore opera multa agamus.

2) Reading to Prepare and Review:

a) Reread and review Catullus V and be prepared to read orally in class. You have both commentary and vocabulary to help with this poem. See me at lunch if you need help with readings.

b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Old: Quinnina bellatrix maxima urbem nostram oppugnatum veniet. Erit mirabile visu, facile factu, terribile dictu. Review: Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.



Homework/Agenda for 8th/5th Period, Thursday/Friday, February 21/22, 2019

1)Watch these video on the imperfect subjunctive and take notes: Imperfect Active Subjunctive and Imperfect Passive Subjunctive   Then complete all four pages in the new handout with exercises on the imperfect subjunctive active and passive.

2) Read and write out translation for Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 8th/5th Period, Monday/Wednesday, February 18/20, 2019

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1) QUIZ on the morphology of the present subjunctive for all conjugations and Latin’s 8 irregular verbs. What is a dependent subjunctive vs. an independent one? What are the five possible independent subjunctives and their syntax/special translation? What is the syntax of a purpose clause? What is the difference between an unexpressed and expressed subjunctive?

2) Complete all four pages of new handout. For the last 2 pages (English to Latin sentences) type your answers.

3) Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles. We will finish to 2nd half.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 8th Period, Thursday, February 21, 2019

1)Watch these video on the imperfect subjunctive and take notes: Imperfect Active Subjunctive and Imperfect Passive Subjunctive   Then complete all four pages in the new handout with exercises on the imperfect subjunctive active and passive.

2) Read and write out translation for Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.


Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Friday, February 15, 2019

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1) Crucial and Essential work on the subjunctive mood:

a) QUIZ on the morphology of the present subjunctive for all conjugations and Latin’s 8 irregular verbs. What is a dependent subjunctive vs. an independent one? What are the five possible independent subjunctives and their syntax/special translation? What is the syntax of a purpose clause? What is the difference between an unexpressed and expressed subjunctive?

b) Complete all sentences and questions on pages 13, 14, 15, 16 of present subjunctive handout I will ask to see this complete, for it is HW grade season.

2)Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles. We will finish to 2nd half.

3) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Wednesday/Thursday, February 13/14, 2019

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1) Crucial and Essential work on the subjunctive mood:

a) Watch these two video and take detailed notes. Video One - Overview of the Subjunctive Mood and video two - The Present subjunctive

b) Organize your notes into an organized useful, beautiful and clever format/poster and turn in to me on Wednesday. Value 50 points. Make sure you include the dirt on various uses of the subjunctive, Jussive, Hortatory, volitive, purpose, indirect question, etc. from these videos.

c) Complete pages 8, 9, 10 of the Introduction to the Present Subjunctive. Make sure all is complete HW grade will go into the gradebook. I forgot to give this to 8th period but click on the green (not Quinn Green but the colour above) and it will download. Print and bring or come by 335 and get this tomorrow.

2)Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles.

3) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing, Horatius Cocles, Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5th Period, Friday, February 15, 2019

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1) Crucial and Essential work on the subjunctive mood:

a) Quiz on the morphology of the present subjunctive for all conjugations and Latin’s 8 irregular verbs. What is a dependent subjunctive vs. an independent one? What are the five possible independent subjunctives and their syntax/special translation? What is the syntax of a purpose clause? What is the difference between an unexpressed and expressed subjunctive?

b) Complete all sentences and questions on pages 13, 14, 15, 16 of present subjunctive handout I will ask to see this complete, for it is HW grade season.

2)Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles. We will finish to 2nd half.

3) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing, Horatius Cocles, Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Monday/Tuesday, February 11/12, 2019

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1) New Vocabulary List with little but crucial words. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, February 11, 2019

2)Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles.

3) Begin reviewing for the National Latin Exam.. Review the imperative mood and negative imperatives with noli and nolite. Nolite neglegere haec.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

6) Keep reviewing, Horatius Cocles, Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5th Wednesday, February 13, 2019

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1) Crucial and Essential work on the subjunctive mood:

a) Watch these two video and take detailed notes. Video One - Overview of the Subjunctive Mood and video two - The Present subjunctive

b) Organize your notes into an organized useful, beautiful and clever format/poster and turn in to me on Wednesday. Value 50 points. Make sure you include the dirt on various uses of the subjunctive, Jussive, Hortatory, volitive, purpose, indirect question, etc. from these videos.

c) Complete pages 8, 9, 10 of the Introduction to the Present Subjunctive. Make sure all is complete HW grade will go into the gradebook.

2)Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles.

3) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing, Horatius Cocles, Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review





Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Wednesday/Thursday, February 6/7, 2019

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New Vocabulary List with little but crucial words. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, February 11, 2019

1) Test on deponent verbs (know six things and review vocabulary) and the following things: interrogative, relative and indefinite pronouns (aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si) and adjectives (quidam, quaedam, quoddam). See list from the board and in handouts also. Also review the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. protasis and apodosis. AND the six rules of deponent verbs along with deponent vocabulary.

2)Bring Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles.

3) What this short video to review positive and negative questions with num and nonne.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

6) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Monday/Wednesday, February 4, 2019

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New Vocabulary List with little but crucial words. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, February 11, 2019

1) Make sure that you have completed page 12 and 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

1.5) What this short video to review positive and negative questions with num and nonne.

2) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

3) Test on deponent verbs (know six things and review vocabulary) and the following things: interrogative, relative and indefinite pronouns (aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si) and adjectives (quidam, quaedam, quoddam). See list from the board and in handouts also. Also review the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. protasis and apodosis. AND the six rules of deponent verbs along with deponent vocabulary.

4) Review Pars Prima of Horatius Cocles.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

6) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review




Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Friday, February 1, 2019

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1) Keep reviewing paradigms of interrogative, relative and indefinite pronouns (aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si) and adjectives (quidam, quaedam, quoddam). See list from the board and in handouts also. Also review the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. protasis and apodosis. AND the six rules of deponent verbs along with deponent vocabulary. Baby test on all this next week

2) Read and write out a translation for Pars Prima of Horatius Cocles. Be prepared to read orally at the beginning of class on Friday.

3) ) Make sure that you have completed page 12 and 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

4)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

6) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review




Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Wednesday/Thursday, January 30/31, 2019

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1) Work on the interrogative pronoun (quis?, quid?). Learn the paradigm and compete PRACTICE SEVEN on 1st and 2nd page of THE INTERROGATIVE PRONOUN AND ADJECTIVE handout (4 pages). HW grade.

2) a) Read notes (page 1 and 2 of longer handout) on conditional sentence and especially the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. Know protasis and apodosis and the meanings of si and nisi. b) Complete pages 9-10 (sentences 1-11 - HW grade) in the handout that same handout that begins with conditions. Watch out for aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si si quis = if someone

3) Make sure that all this work on Deponent Verbs in finished: Complete page 11, 12, 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

4)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Friday, February 1, 2019

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1) Keep reviewing paradigms of interrogative, relative and indefinite pronouns (aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si) and adjectives (quidam, quaedam, quoddam). See list from the board and in handouts also. Also review the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. protasis and apodosis. AND the six rules of deponent verbs along with deponent vocabulary. Baby test on all this next week

2) Read and write out a translation for Pars Prima of Horatius Cocles. Be prepared to read orally at the beginning of class on Friday.

3) ) Make sure that you have completed page 12 and 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

4)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

6) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5/8 Monday/Tuesday, January 28/29, 2019

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1) New vocabulary list - vocabulary quiz on Monday/Tuesday, January 28/29. It is the list of deponent verbs. There will be verb game on the back with a deponent very. See charts/paradigm in handout on deponents. Value 60-80 points.

2) Work on Deponent Verbs: Finish all sentences on page 11, 12, 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

3)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review


Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Wednesday, January 30, 2019

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1) Work on the interrogative pronoun (quis?, quid?). Learn the paradigm and compete PRACTICE SEVEN on 1st and 2nd page of THE INTERROGATIVE PRONOUN AND ADJECTIVE handout (4 pages).

2) a) Read notes (page 1 and 2 of longer handout) on conditional sentence and especially the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. Know protasis and apodosis and the meanings of si and nisi. b) Complete pages 9-10 (sentences 1-11) in the handout that same handout that begins with conditions. Watch out for aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si si quis = if someone

3) Make sure that all this work on Deponent Verbs in finished: Complete page 11, 12, 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

4)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5/8 for Thursday/Friday, January 24/25, 2019

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New vocabulary list - vocabulary quiz on Monday/Tuesday, January 28/29. It is the list of deponent verbs. Value 60-80 points.

1) Work on Deponent Verbs:

a) Read and study pages 1 and 2 of the handout.

b) Use vocabulary list of deponents on pages 3 and 4 to complete all of pages 8, 9, 10, 11 of handout. HW Grade for 2nd quarter. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

c) Quiz on deponent verbs coming soon.

2) Review and FINISH and Lucretia, PART V (final section).

3)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 8 Tuesday, January 29, 2019

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1) New vocabulary list - vocabulary quiz on Monday/Tuesday, January 28/29. It is the list of deponent verbs. Value 60-80 points.

2) Work on Deponent Verbs: Finish all sentences on page 11, 12, 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

3)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review








Homework/Agenda for Period 5/ 8 for Tuesday/Wednesday, January 23/24, 2019

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New vocabulary list - vocabulary quiz on Thursday/Friday, January 25/26

Keep reviewing Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

1)Prepare and be able to read Lucretia, PART V (final section) at the beginning of class on Tuesday/Wednesday and review Parts III and IV of Lucretia (Titus Livy). See handout for vocabulary. See paintings above (Botticelli) and below HW.

2) Complete sentence 5 of A Few Sentences for Bunnies. Type and turn in your final answers. You may check them with me prior to class on Monday/Tuesday. Here is vocabulary for sentence five.

3)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

Homework/Agenda for Period 5/ 8 for Tuesday/Wednesday, January 23/24, 2019

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New vocabulary list - vocabulary quiz on Thursday/Friday, January 25/26

Keep reviewing Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

1)Prepare and be able to read Lucretia, PART V (final section) at the beginning of class on Tuesday/Wednesday and review Parts III and IV of Lucretia (Titus Livy). See handout for vocabulary. See paintings above (Botticelli) and below HW.

2) Complete sentence 5 of A Few Sentences for Bunnies. Type and turn in your final answers. You may check them with me prior to class on Monday/Tuesday. Here is vocabulary for sentence five.

3)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir




Homework/Agenda for Period 5/ 8 for Thursday/Friday, January 17/18, 2019

New vocabulary list - quiz in one week approx.

1)Prepare and be able to read Lucretia, Part IV at the beginning of class on Thursday/Friday and review Part I and II of Lucretia (Titus Livy). See handout for vocabulary. See paintings above (Botticelli) and below HW.

2) Complete sentences 3 and 4 of A Few Sentences for Bunnies. Type and turn in your final answers. You may check them with me prior to class on Monday/Tuesday. I will post vocabulary for these soon. Vocabulary for 3 and 4.

3) Read The Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire

5) Quiz on Aeolus/Lucretius coming soon. Review

Homework/Agenda for Period 8 for Thursday, January 17, 2019

New vocabulary list - quiz in one week approx.

1)Prepare and be able to read Lucretia, Part IV at the beginning of class on Monday/Tuesday and review Part I and II of Lucretia (Titus Livy). See handout for vocabulary. See paintings above (Botticelli) and below HW.

2) Complete sentences 3 and 4 of A Few Sentences for Bunnies. Type and turn in your final answers. You may check them with me prior to class on Monday/Tuesday. I will post vocabulary for these soon.

3) Read The Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire

5) Quiz on Aeolus/Lucretius coming soon. Review

Homework/Agenda for Period 5/8, Friday , January 11, 2019

1)Review Part I and II of Lucretia (Titus Livy). Be able read PARTII orally in class ON FRIDAY

2) Complete and turn in quiz on locative case. Sign pledge. 50-60. WORK INDEPENDENDELDLEDY

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire

4) Quiz on Aeolus/Lucretius coming soon. Review

Homework/Agenda for Period 5/8, Wednesday/Thursday, January 9/10, 2019

1) Quiz on Place Constructions and the locative case. Value 50-60 points.

2) Read/translation/prepare to read orally in class Part I and Part II of The Story of Lucretia (adapted from Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita). Be able to read orally at the beginning of class.

3) Keep working on maps: Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire.

4) Review the Story of Juno and Aeolus. Watch this video and take notes on the Aeneid.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5, Friday , January 11, 2019

1)Review Part I and II of Lucretia (Titus Livy). Be able read part II orally in class.

2) Complete and turn in quiz on locative case. Sign pledge.

3) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire

4) Quiz on Aeolus coming soon. Review


Homework/Agenda for Period 5, Wednesday , January 9, 2019

1) Quiz on Place Constructions and the locative case.

2) Read/translation/prepare to read orally in class Part I and Part II of The Story of Lucretia (adapted from Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita). Be able to read orally at the beginning of class.

3) Keep working on maps: Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire.

4) Review the Story of Juno and Aeolus. Watch this video and take notes on the Aeneid.


Homework/Agenda for Period 5 & 8 for Monday/Tuesday , January 7/8, 2019

1)Review Part I and II of Lucretia (Titus Livy). Be able read part II orally in class.

2) Complete and turn in quiz. Sign pledge.

a) Quiz on the place constructions and the locative case.

b) Then complete sentences 5 through 8 (HW grade) of handout and put all places in the assignment on your map.

c) Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5, Wednesday , January 9, 2019

1) Quiz on Place Constructions and the locative case.

2) Read/translation/prepare to read orally in class Part I and Part II of The Story of Lucretia (adapted from Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita). Be able to read orally at the beginning of class.

3) Keep working on maps: Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire.

4) Review the Story of Juno and Aeolus. Watch this video and take notes on the Aeneid.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5 & 8 for Monday/Tuesday , Dec. 17/18, 2018 and Wednesday, December 19

1) List for Vocabulary Quiz on Wednesday, December 19. There is verb game on the back with iungo, iungere

2) Place constructions and the Locative Cases.

a) Watch this video and take notes. Then read/study pages 1, 2, 3 of new handout.

b) Then complete pages 4, 5, 6 of handout and put all places in assignment on your map. Here are map to help you find the places. HW grade. Also put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire. God Bless Willy Via.

3) Quiz on adverbs - formation of positive, comparative, superlative and irregular ones. Study the list in the 2 handouts that you have on adverbs, including the ones of time and place (time/location or temporal and spacial). Give special attention to the different functions of plus, minus, multum, plurimum, minime, paulum, etc. and uses of quam and ablative of degree of difference and comparison. Watch this video (a little weird)from beginning down to 10:12 (end of adverb section) and take detailed notes, especially on the irregular ones presented, uses of quam and linguistic information at the end.

4) Finish/REVIEW all of the of the Aeolus story (pages 1 and 2). Watch this video and take notes on the Aeneid. Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class (it does not have to be perfect at that point). See me at lunch for help and keep reviewing this. Visualize the story as you read and think about how to illustrate it. SEE DRAWINGS ON THE SMALL BOARD NEAR THE DOOR FOR EXAMPLES OF THIS KIND OF ASSIGNMENT.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5 & 8 for Wednesday/Thursday , Dec. 13/14, 2018

List for Vocabulary Quiz on Wednesday, December 19.

1) Finish all of the of the Aeolus story (pages 1 and 2). Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class (it does not have to be perfect at that point). See me at lunch for help and keep reviewing this. Visualize the story as you read and think about how to illustrate it.

2) Latin Adverbs:

a) Watch this video (a little weird)from beginning down to 10:12 (end of adverb section) and take detailed notes, especially on the irregular ones presented, uses of quam and linguistic information at the end. This material will be on the test below.

b) Quiz on adverbs - formation of positive, comparative, superlative and irregular ones. Study the list in the 2 handouts that you have on adverbs, including the ones of time and place (temporal and spacial). Give special attention to the different functions of plus, minus, multum, plurimum, minime, paulum, etc. and uses of quam and ablative of degree of difference and comparison.

d) Complete sentences 7, 8 (error: aliquantō), 11, 12, 12 (both 12s) in new handout. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ You will need to look up a few words. HW GRADE. Be able to show this to me.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5 & 8 for Friday , Dec. 7, 2018

1) Review/finish the first page of the Aeolus story. Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class. See me at lunch for help.

2) Latin Adverbs:

a) Study list of adverbs especially irregular ones and spacial and temporal ones. See chart below and charts in handout

b) Then complete sentences 2 to 7 in new handout. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ You will need to look up a few words. HW GRADE. Be able to show this to me. Email if you did not get it in class on Monday.

Period 5/8 HW for Wednesday/Thursday, December 5/6, 2018

1) Review/finish the first page of the Aeolus story. Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class. See me at lunch for help.

2) Latin Adverbs:

a) Watch this video on Latin adverbs.

b) Read/study Wheelock, pages 264, 265, 266 (only top of page) and study pages 3 and 4 of new handout on adverbs. See also adverbs below.

c) Then complete pages one and two of handout on adverbs (new handout). HW GRADE. Be able to show this to me. Email if you did not get it in class on Monday.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5 for Friday , Dec. 7, 2018

1) Review/finish the first page of the Aeolus story. Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class. See me at lunch for help.

2) Latin Adverbs:

a) Study list of adverbs especially irregular ones. See chart below and charts in handout

b) Then complete sentences 2 to 7 in new handout. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ You will need to look up a few words. HW GRADE. Be able to show this to me. Email if you did not get it in class on Monday.




HW/Agenda for Monday/Tuesday, Dec. 3/4(period 5/8):

Consolidation Test on MOnDAY/TuesSDAY, December 3/4:

Email if you need things or have questions AND CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES.

1) Review all readings: Proem (1st 4 lines) of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, The first part of Narcissus, Villiovistus vs. Caesar, Ajax and Pallas/Minerva, The ages of Mankind (aetates/proles), etc. Be able to translate but it especially important to know morphology and syntax of stories.

2) Most of the vocabulary on the test will come from the last two lists. Here they are. Expect a verb game and noun-adjective pairs with demonstrative adjectives (handout in class on Friday).

3) Review case usage/styntax, especially dative of agent, objective genitive, ablative of respect, partitive genitive, ablative absolute, ablative of seperation, ablative of comparison, ablative of degree of difference, ablative of time when, and ablative of time within which, etc. Compound verbs + acc. + dative (infero, impono, infigo) Email if you need these handouts.

4) Know uses and meanings of QUAM.

5) Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense); comparative and superlative adjectives, irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, ablative of comparison and ablative of degree of difference: multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, tribus ante mensibus, etc 200-250 points.

Period 5 HW for Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018

1) Review/finish the first page of the Aeolus story. Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class. See me at lunch for help.

2) Latin Adverbs:

a) Watch this video on Latin adverbs.

b) Read/study Wheelock, pages 264, 265, 266 (only top of page) and study pages 3 and 4 of new handout on adverbs.

c) Then complete pages one and two of handout on adverbs (new handout). HW grade. Be able to show this to me. Email if you did not get it in class on Monday.



HW/Agenda for Wednesday/Thursday, Nov. 28/29 (period 5/8):

Here is the vocabulary list for our next vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Friday, November 30. Value 50-60 points. There will be a verb game on the back.

2) Review and finish Ajax and Minerva story and keep working on the Aeolus story.

3) Work on Comparative and Superlative Adjectives:

a) Read and study pages 1 (uses of quam) and 2 (degree of difference) of new handout on Degrees of Adjectives.

d) Complete sentences number 4-19 on page 3, 4, 5 of new handout on Degrees of Adjectives. Homework grade - all must be complete.

4) Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on MOnDAY/TuesSDAY, December 3/4. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense); comparative and superlative adjectives, irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, ablative of comparison and ablative of degree of difference: multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, tribus ante mensibus, etc 200-250 points.

HW/Agenda for Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20 (period 5 and 8)

Here is the vocabulary list for our next vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Friday, November 30.

1) Complete Sentences with Peacocks numbers 1-8. Type (mandatory) and double space your answer. Turn in (graded for correctness) on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20. Here is another copy with more vocabulary.

2) Review and finish Ajax and Minerva story. This will be on upcoming test.

3) Work on Comparative and Superlative Adjectives:

a) Review notes on the ablative of comparison (Ea est pulchrior Venere) and ablative of degree of difference (multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, etc)

d) Complete page 8 in Handout Degrees of Adjectives (Latin to English Sentences)

e) Quiz (graded) on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20 on the following irregular comparative and superlatives and and ablative of degree of difference (multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, tribus ante mensibus, etc). Study the list below. Nota bene: plus vs. plures. Fer plus cibi vs fer plures gladios.

4) Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 28/29. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense); comparative and superlative adjectives, irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, ablative of comparison and ablative of degree of difference: multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, tribus ante mensibus, etc 200-250 points.

HW/Agenda for Friday, November 16 (period 5 and 8)

1) Work on Comparative and Superlative Adjectives:

a) Review notes on the ablative of comparison (Ea est pulchrior Venere) and ablative of degree of difference (multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, etc)

b)Period five only: Complete English to Latin sentences 2-4 on the first page of Sentences for Praised Peacock. Come at lunch if you would like help.

c) Period Eight: Finish Ajax-Minerva reading down to line 45 (most of these should have been finished in class.

d) Complete page 8 in Handout Degrees of Adjectives (Latin to English Sentences)

e) Quiz (graded) on Friday, Nov. 16 on the following irregular comparative and superlatives: Study the list below. Nota bene: plus vs. plures.

/Agenda for Thursday, November 5 (period 8)

Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense). 200-250 points.

1) Finish take-home quiz and sign pledge that you have not used note or any other resources other than a dictionary and have worked independently. Turn in at beginning of class.

2) Review Villiovistus vs. Caesar reading in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua.

3) Work on comparative and superlative adjectives (HW grade):

a) Read/study Wheelock, pages 210-2 or better new handout - pages 1, 2, 3 of 109. Comparison of Adjective and Adverbs (labeled by me Crucial & Essential). Period 5 does not have this email if you would like it.

b) Read over and study Chapter XI Handout (other new handout) Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs

c) Complete pages 1-4 of handout titled Degrees of Adjectives. HW grade.

4) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

HW/Agenda for Friday, November 16 (period 5)

1) Work on Comparative and Superlative Adjectives:

a) Review notes on the ablative of comparison (Ea est pulchrior Venere) and ablative of degree of difference (multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, etc)

b) Complete English to L sentences 2-4 on the first page of Sentences for Praised Peacock. Come at lunch if you would like help.

c) Complete page 8 in Handout Degrees of Adjectives (Latin to English Sentences)

d) Quiz (graded) on Friday, Nov. 16 on the following irregular comparative and superlatives: Study the list below. Nota bene: plus vs. plures.

2) Review Villiovistus vs. Caesar reading in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua.

3) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense). 200-250 points.

HW/Agenda for Monday, November 12 (period 5) & Tuesday, November 13 for (Period 8)

Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense). 200-250 points.

1) Finish the back page of the purple English to Latin practice quiz.

2) Review first half and finish the second half of the Villiovistus vs. Caesar reading in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua. Write translation on provided lined paper.

3) Complete and turn in sentences 5, 6, 7 of Test Preparation & Review Sentences.  Here is a digital copy with more vocabulary. Type out your final answers. You may email them to me to print. I will not accept them hand written and will grade them for correctness. It will behoove you email them to me to show them to me on Monday or before in order that I may underline your mistakes.

4) Review and study all pages in the last infinitive handout for QUIZ on Monday/Tuesday (for Gradebook). Also review participles, ablative absolute, passive periphrastic and dative of agent. Be able to answer all conceptual questions on page 5 of first handout on infinitives.

5) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, November 14 (period 5)

Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense). 200-250 points.

1) Finish take-home quiz and sign pledge that you have not used note or any other resources other than a dictionary and have worked independently. Turn in at beginning of class.

2) Review Villiovistus vs. Caesar reading in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua.

3) Work on comparative and superlative adjectives (HW grade):

a) Read/study Wheelock, pages 210-2

b) Read over and study Chapter XI Handout Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs

c) Complete pages 1-4 of handout titled Degrees of Adjectives. HW grade.

4) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

HW/Agenda for Friday, November 9, Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

1) Quiz on uses of infinitives and especially INDIRECT STATEMENT. Review notes from today’s class and study new handout and my notes on uses of infinitive or infinitival syntax from the earlier handout. Also review participles, ablative absolute, passive periphrastic and dative of agent. It will behoove you to know verbs (licet, placet, oportet) and their syntax. Be able to answer all conceptual questions on page 5.

2) Complete, type and turn in sentences (English to Latin) 2, 3, 4.

3) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

4) Quiz on infinitive syntax and indirect statement on Friday (period 8).

HW/Agenda for Monday, November 12 (PERIOD 5)

1) Finish the second half of the Villiovistus vs. Caesar reading in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua. Write translation on provided lined paper.

2) Work on Infinitives and Indirect Statement:

a) Finish the backside of the purple practice quiz.

b) Complete and turn in sentences 5, 6, 7 of Test Preparation & Review Sentences.   Type out your final answers. You may email them to me to print. I will not accept them hand written and will grade them for correctness. It will behoove you to show them to me on Thursday/Friday in order that I may underline your mistakes.

3) Review and study all pages in the last infinitive handout for QUIZ on Monday. Also review participles, ablative absolute, passive periphrastic and dative of agent. do not forget impersonal verbs and their syntax. Be able to answer all conceptual questions on page 5.

4) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.



HW/Agenda for Monday, October 29

1) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Consolidation QUIZ on infinitives (all uses, especially indirect statement). Study handouts and sentences. Make sure that you can answer all questions on page 5 of the handout. It will behoove to know impersonal verbs and their syntax: licet, placet, oportet. It will also behoove you to review the passive periphrastic, dative of agent, participles and ablative absolutes. Value 60-80 points.

3) Complete sentences 2,3,4 on English to Latin Test Preparation handout. Type out final answer (or rewrite clearly) and observe standard Latin word order. Turn in at beginning of class. See me at lunch if you need help.

4) Test on Monday, November 19.

HW/Agenda for Thursday, Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

1) Use my key to correct sentences (# 7-15) in on pages 4-8. HW grade. Here is the handout if you need it. I forgot to give it to 8th period. You may wish to review these two videos on Indirect Statement and take notes: Video One and Video Two (two is more important)

2) Review your notes indirect statement and read my handout on indirect statement and relative tense (see Wheelock, page 202-4) and complete PAGES 6, 7, 8 of new handout.

3) Quiz on the list of head verbs on Monday/Thursday. Here is the list.

4) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

5) Quiz on infinitive syntax and indirect statement on Wednesday (period 5) and Friday (period 8).

HW/Agenda for Monday, October 29 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) & Thursday, November 1 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Mythological Pumpkins are due on Tuesday for Period 8 and Wednesday for 5.

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1) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

1.5) What is an impersonal verb? Are impersonal verbs pleasing to you? It is now permitted for you to learn them. Placet nobis mordere lupas. Non licet tibi mordere simias. Omnibus pugnandum est.

2) Crucial and Essential Work on Infinitives:

a) Study page 3 of new handout and you may wish to rewatch this video: Watch this video (see also Wheelock 210-2) and use it to learn how to form all Latin’s infinitives. Then download and complete these two pages. Period 8 has this handout. HW grade. I will ask to see this.

b) Complete all sentences (# 1-17) in new handout on pages 4-8. HW grade. Here is the handout if you need it. I forgot to give it to 8th period. Note a mistake in sentence 2 formātī should read formātae

c) Quiz on the morphology of six infinitives.

3) PUMPKIN project is Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5). Come to class with your carved mythological pumpkin and handout ready to present. I will copy your handout, if you send it to me in advance.

5) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming in 10 days.

HW/Agenda for Friday, November for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Be able to answer these questions in class: What is an infinitive and what qualities does it have? What case will form its subject? What are objective and subjective infinitives? What three things are necessary to create indirect statement in Latin?

2) Watch each of these two videos on Indirect Statement and take notes: Video One and Video Two (two is more important) and then complete the entire back page of the horizontal sheet titled The Infinite Things that Infinitives Will Do for You, including the questions at the bottom.

3) Complete and bring all sentences (# 1-17) in new handout on pages 4-8. HW grade. Here is the handout if you need it. I forgot to give it to 8th period.

4) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.



HW/Agenda for Friday, October 26 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) & for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

1) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Correct and bring Ablative Absolute Quiz and also bring sentences on page 3 of the Active and Passive Periphrastics handout.

3) Watch this video (see also Wheelock 210-2) and use it to learn how to form all Latin’s infinitives. Then download and complete these two pages. Period 8 has this handout. HW grade. I will ask to see this.

4) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translations of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335. Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5).

5) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming in 10 days.





HW/Agenda for Thursday, October 25 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

1) Reading from Ovid:

a) Reread and review the proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Be able to reread orally in class.

b) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Work on the Active and Passive Periphrastics.

a) Complete all sentences on page 1 and all sentences (English to Latin) on page 3 and the verb game (mordeo, mordere) on the final page of the Active/Passive Periphrastic handout. HW grade.

b) Quiz for the gradebook on the active and passive periphrastic and dative of agent. Read notes in the handout and Watch this video on the Passive Periphrastic and take notes and read page 5 of the new handout. NOTE THE DATIVE OF AGENT

3) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

4) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translations of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335. Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5).

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming in 10 days.

HW/Agenda for Friday, October 26 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Correct and bring Ablative Absolute Quiz and also bring sentences on page 3 of the Active and Passive Periphrastics handout.

3) Watch this video (see also Wheelock 210-2) and use it to learn how to form all Latin’s infinitives. Then download and complete these two pages. I can give you are hardcopy in you come to 335.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

5) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translations of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335. Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5).

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming in 10 days.

Tuesday, October 23 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

1) Quiz for gradebook on PARTICIPLES and the ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE and other uses of the ablative case that we know. See pages 3 and 4 of handout. Also finish all sentences on page 8 of Ablative Absolute Handout.

2) Work on the Active and Passive Periphrastics.

a) Watch this video on the Passive Periphrastic and take notes and read page 5 of the new handout. NOTE THE DATIVE OF AGENT

b) Complete all sentences on page 1 (in # 1 est should be es) and all sentences on page 3. HW grade.

2) Reading from Ovid:

a) Reread and review the proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Be able to reread orally in class.

b) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

4) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translations of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335. Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5).

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming relatively soon. s

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, October 24 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Reading from Ovid:

a) Reread and review the proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Be able to reread orally in class.

b) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Work on the Active and Passive Periphrastics.

a) Complete all sentences on page 1 and all sentences (English to Latin) on page 3 and the verb game (mordeo, mordere) on the final page of the Active/Passive Periphrastic handout. HW grade.

b) Quiz for the gradebook on the active and passive periphrastic and dative of agent. Read notes in the handout and Watch this video on the Passive Periphrastic and take notes and read page 5 of the new handout. NOTE THE DATIVE OF AGENT

3) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

4) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translations of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335. Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5).

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming relatively soon. s


HW/Agenda for Thursday, October 18 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period) & Wednesday, October 17 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) More Work to be done on the ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE:

a) Complete sentences on horizontal sheet # 2-5 (has an amphora in the corner). For vocabulary use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

b) For 8th period bring sentences on pages 5, 6, 7 of ablative absolute handout; For 5th period: Finish all sentences on page 8 of Ablative Absolute Handout.

c) Quiz for the grade book on Monday/Tuesday of next week on all uses of the ablative case that we have learned thus far. Study page 1-4 of handout.

2) Reading from Ovid:

a) Reread and review the proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Be able to reread orally in class.

b) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 (end of the first page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) VOCABULARY QUIZ on Wednesday/Thursday this week. Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary It is long. 50-60 points.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

5) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming relatively soon.


Tuesday, October 16 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Both classes need to elect a member to the Latin Club Senate on Monday/Tuesday.

1) Work to be done on the ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE:

a) Reread and study pages 1-4 on ablative absolute and ablative uses in general. You may wish to review this video; Watch this video and reread pages 1-2 of my handout. Short quiz on video.

b) Complete SENTENCES 4-18 on page 5, 6, 7 of The Absolute for Bunnies Having Been Set Free. I will ask to see these.

c) Quiz for the grade book later in the week on all uses of the ablative case that we have learned thus far. Study page 1-4 of handout.

2) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 (end of the first page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) Vocabulary quiz on Wednesday/Thursday next week. Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary It is long.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

5) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming relatively soon.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, October 17 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) More Work to be done on the ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE:

a) Complete sentences on horizontal sheet # 2-5. For vocabulary use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

b) Finish all sentences on page 8 of Ablative Absolute Handout.

c) Quiz for the grade book later in the week on all uses of the ablative case that we have learned thus far. Study page 1-4 of handout.

2) Reading from Ovid:

a) Reread and review the proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Be able to reread orally in class.

b) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 (end of the first page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) Vocabulary quiz on Wednesday/Thursday next week. Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary It is long. 50-60 points.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

5) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming relatively soon.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, October 10 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) & Thursday, October 11 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary Quiz in 7 days. It is long.

Translate: Si rana lupum vidēbit/vīderit, in aquam saliet.

1) Work to be done on the ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE:

a) Watch this video, take notes (be able to show me the notes) read pages 1-2 of my handout and, if necessary, see Wheelock, Chapter XXIV. You will have a short quiz (for gradebook) that will measure the quality of your watching of this video and reading of the pages 1 and 2. Margaret Monkey email me, so I can send this to you.

b) Complete sentences 1-7 on page 5 and 6 of The Absolute for Bunnies Having Been Set Free. I will ask to see these.

2) Narcissus story: It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 350. See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) At the beginning of Wednesday’s/Thursday’s class turn in (graded assignment 40-60 points) the yellow sheet with four English to Latin Sentences. HERE IS MORE VOCABULARY. You may email them to me or show me at school and I will underline your mistakes. I am here also if you have questions or need vocabulary.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

HW/Agenda for Monday, October 8 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) & Tuesday, October 9 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Here are forms for Latin Convention. Last Call.

Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary Quiz in 10 days. It is long.

Translate: Si rana lupum vidēbit/vīderit, in aquam saliet.

1) It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 350. See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Quiz for the gradebook on Latin Participles on Monday/Tuesday. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause. video on Latin's Four Participles. 

3) Turn in (graded assignment 40-60 points) the yellow sheet with four English to Latin Sentences. HERE IS MORE VOCABULARY. You may email them to me or show me at school and I will underline your mistakes. I am here also if you have questions or need vocabulary.

4) Old but bring Sentences (# 6 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause.

5) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

Here are forms for Latin Convention. Last Call.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, October 10 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) .

Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary Quiz in 8 days. It is long.

Translate: Si rana lupum vidēbit/vīderit, in aquam saliet.

1) Work to be done on the Ablative Absolute:

a) Watch this video, take notes (be able to show me the notes) read pages 1-2 of my handout and, if necessary, see Wheelock, Chapter XXIV. You will have a short quiz (for gradebook) that will measure the quality of your watching of this video and reading of the page 1 and 2.

b) Complete sentences 1-7 on page 5 and 6 of The Absolute for Bunnies Having Been Set Free. I will ask to see these.

2) Narcissus story: It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 350. See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) At the beginning of Wednesday’s class turn in (graded assignment 40-60 points) the yellow sheet with four English to Latin Sentences. HERE IS MORE VOCABULARY. You may email them to me or show me at school and I will underline your mistakes. I am here also if you have questions or need vocabulary.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

Salvador Dali’s Narcissus


HW/Agenda for Friday, October 5 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week.

1) Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 350. See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Quiz on Latin Participles on Friday. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause

3) Sentences (# 6 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week


Agenda/HW Thursday, October 4 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week.

1) Work to be done/agenda for Latin Participles:

a) You may wish to reread and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. 

b) In participle handout read and study pages 1-4. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause. Then complete page 5 & 6 and all sentences (#1 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary.

c) Quiz on Latin Participles on Friday.

2) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week.

HW/Agenda for Friday, October 5 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week.

1) Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 350. See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Quiz on Latin Participles on Friday. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause

3) Sentences (# 6 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, October 3 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Read and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. TAKE DETAILED NOTES and bring them to class.

2) Complete and turn in page 9 of Rapid Review of Verbs and Verbal Morphology. pāvo, pāvōnis (m/f) peacock

3) Penultimate quiz on verbal morphology, including irregular verbs. Various verbal forms - Latin to English.

4) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, October 3 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Work to be done/agenda for Latin Participles:

a) You may wish to reread and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. 

b) In participle handout read and study pages 1-4. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause. Then complete page 5 & 6 and all sentences (#1 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary.

c) Quiz on Latin Participles on Friday.

2) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.




Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, October 3 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Work to be done/agenda for Latin Participles:

a) You may wish to reread and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. 

b) In participle handout read and study pages 1-4. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause. Then complete page 5 & 6 and all sentences (#1 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary.

c) Quiz on Latin Participles on Friday.

2) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.



Homework/Agenda for Friday, Sept. 28 for Period 5 - Willy's Period & Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period.

1) Rapid Review of Verbs and Verbal Morphology:

a) Period 5 only: Complete the pink or other colored sheet on verbal morphology

b) Except a short verb game style verbal morphological quiz.

b) REVIEW page 1-11 on pages 1-4 of Rapid Verbal Review. HW grade. Wheelock Chapter 1 may be useful. Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs and Watch this video to review the imperative mood

c) Old but bring: Complete pages 6-8 in the same handout. Click here for videos to help and see Wheelock pages 501-4. Ignore all subjunctive forms at this point.

2) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class.

Homework/AgendaThursday, Sept. 27 Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period.

1) Rapid Review of Verbs and Verbal Morphology:

a) Answer questions 1-11 on pages 1-4 of Rapid Verbal Review. HW grade. Wheelock Chapter 1 may be useful. Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs and Watch this video to review the imperative mood

b) Complete pages 6-8 in the same handout. Click here for videos to help and see Wheelock pages 501-4. Ignore all subjunctive forms at this point.

2) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth sections 15 and 16 ( HERCULES ESCAPES SACRIFICE and A CRUEL DEED). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, Sept. 28 for Period 5 - Willy's Period &

1) Rapid Review of Verbs and Verbal Morphology:

a) Complete the pink or other colored sheet on verbal morphology and except a short verb game style verbal morphological quiz.

b) REVIEW page 1-11 on pages 1-4 of Rapid Verbal Review. HW grade. Wheelock Chapter 1 may be useful. Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs and Watch this video to review the imperative mood

c) Complete pages 6-8 in the same handout. Click here for videos to help and see Wheelock pages 501-4. Ignore all subjunctive forms at this point.

2) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class.

Tuesday, Sept. 25 Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period.  

1) Final work before quiz on the Reflexive Pronoun (——-, sui, sibi, se, se), suus, a, um and ipse, ipsa, ipsum and quī, quae, quod. Download this handout. I will ask to see a and b below complete. Review notes on page two of this handout.

a) English to Latin Sentences on Page 6. Numbers 4-6.

b) On final Translate sentences 4-5 of Complex and Almost Authentic Sentences into English on page 8. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

2) Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

3) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth sections 14 and 15 ( MUSIC LESSON and HERCULES ESCAPES SACRIFICE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, Sept. 26 for Period 5 - Willy's Period

1) Rapid Review of Verbs and Verbal Morphology:

a) Answer questions 1-11 on pages 1-4 of Rapid Verbal Review. Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs and Watch this video to review the imperative mood

b) Complete pages 6-8 in the same handout. Click here for videos to help and see Wheelock pages 501-4. Ignore all subjunctive forms at this point.

2) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth sections 15 and 16 ( HERCULES ESCAPES SACRIFICE and A CRUEL DEED). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, Sept. 21 for Period 5 - Willy's Period & Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period.  

Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

1) Work on the Reflexive Pronoun (——-, sui, sibi, se, se), suus, a, um and ipse, ipsa, ipsum and quī, quae, quod. Download this handout. I will ask to see a and b below complete.

a) English to Latin Sentences on Page 5. Numbers 1-3 (omit “,whose” in # 1).

b) Translate sentences 1-3 of Complex and Almost Authentic Sentences into English on page 7. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

2) Hercules Myth sections 13 and 14 ( HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS and the MUSIC LESSON). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, Sept. 20 (Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period)  

Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

1) Work on the Reflexive Pronoun (——-, sui, sibi, se, se), suus, a, um and ipse, ipsa, ipsum and quī, quae, quod. Download this handout. See me in 335 if you want hard copy.

I will ask to see that both a and b are complete. HW grade.

a) Study pages 1 and 2 of new handout and complete the charts on page one. Study page two in detail. Download this handout.

b) Complete all sentences on pages 3 and 4. Download this handout.

2) Reading to prepare for class:

a) Hercules Myth sections 13 and 14 ( HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS and the MUSIC LESSON). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

b) Keep reviewing all of Reges Tarquiniī. Quiz coming soon.  Also study notes from class.   

3) Work on -IUS words and UNUS NAUTA: 

a) Old: Finish all sentences in the UNUS NAUTA handout on pages 5-8.  Email if you need this. You may need a dictionary: Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

b) QUIZ on the list of words of UNUS NAUTA words and demonstrative adjectives (is, ille, hic, iste, ipsa, etc. ) that follow -ius paradigm. Here are the videos if you need review.

UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) Demonstrative Adjectives

Homework/Agenda for Friday, Sept. 21 (Period 5 - Willy's Period)

Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

1) Work on the Reflexive Pronoun (——-, sui, sibi, se, se), suus, a, um and ipse, ipsa, ipsum and quī, quae, quod. Download this handout. I will ask to see a and b below complete.

a) English to Latin Sentences on Page 5. Numbers 1-3 (omit “,whose” in # 1).

b) Translate sentences 1-3 of Complex and Almost Authentic Sentences into English on page 7. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

2) Hercules Myth sections 13 and 14 ( HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS and the MUSIC LESSON). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

Homework/Agenda for Monday, Sept. 17 (Period 5 - Willy's Period) and Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, Sept. 18 (Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period)  

Can you find the Croc’s Cloaca above?

Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

1) Reading to prepare for class:

a) Hercules Myth sections 12 and 13 (THE HATED OF JUNO and HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS) on pages 10 and 12 of handout. See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

b) Finish and review the last few lines of Pars Secunda (see the 3 page of Reges Tarquiniī. Be able to display your level of preparation by reading orally in class.  Also study notes from class.   Use the same vocabulary list for help and Online Dictionary   

2) Work on -IUS words and UNUS NAUTA: 

a) Finish all sentences in the UNUS NAUTA handout on pages 5-8.  Email if you need this. You may need a dictionary: Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

c) QUIZ on the list of words of UNUS NAUTA words and demonstrative adjectives (is, ille, hic, iste, ipsa, etc. ) that follow -ius paradigm. Here are the videos if you need review.

UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) Demonstrative Adjectives



Homework/Agenda for Monday, Sept. 17 (Period 5 - Willy's Period)



Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

1) Work on the Reflexive Pronoun (——-, sui, sibi, se, se), suus, a, um/ipse, ipsa, ipsum and quī, quae, quod.

a) Study pages 1 and 2 of new handout and complete the charts on page one. Study page two in detail.

b) Complete all sentences on pages 3 and 4.

Reading to prepare for class:

a) Hercules Myth sections 13 and 14 ( HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS and the MUSIC LESSON) and 12 of handout. See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

b) Keep reviewing all of Reges Tarquiniī. Quiz coming soon.  Also study notes from class.   

2) Work on -IUS words and UNUS NAUTA: 

a) Finish all sentences in the UNUS NAUTA handout on pages 5-8.  Email if you need this. You may need a dictionary: Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

c) QUIZ on the list of words of UNUS NAUTA words and demonstrative adjectives (is, ille, hic, iste, ipsa, etc. ) that follow -ius paradigm. Here are the videos if you need review.

UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) Demonstrative Adjectives







Homework/Agenda for Thursday, Sept. 13 (Period 8 - Quinn's Period)  

Can you find the Croc’s Cloaca above?

1) Finish and review Pars Secunda (see the 3 page of Reges Tarquiniī. Be able to display your level of preparation by reading orally in class.  Also study notes from class.   Use the same vocabulary list for help and Online Dictionary   

2) Work on -IUS words and UNUS NAUTA: 

a) Study paradigms on the first 3 pages of the UNUS NAUTA handout and rewatch this video: Watch this video on UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) and take notes. 

b) Complete sentences on page 5-7, numbers 1 through 7 and 9 through 13 in the above handout.  Email if you need this. You may need a dictionary: Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

c) Quiz on the list of words of UNUS NAUTA words and demonstrative adjectives (is, ille, hic, iste, ipsa, etc. ) that follow -ius paradigm. 

Homework/Agenda for Monday, Sept. 17 (Period 5 - Willy's Period)

Can you find the Croc’s Cloaca above?

1) Reading to prepare for class:

a) Hercules Myth sections 12 and 13 (THE HATED OF JUNO and HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS on pages 10 and 12 of handout. See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

b) Finish and review the last few lines of Pars Secunda (see the 3 page of Reges Tarquiniī. Be able to display your level of preparation by reading orally in class.  Also study notes from class.   Use the same vocabulary list for help and Online Dictionary   

2) Work on -IUS words and UNUS NAUTA: 

a) Finish all sentences in the UNUS NAUTA handout on pages 5-8.  Email if you need this. You may need a dictionary: Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

c) Quiz on the list of words of UNUS NAUTA words and demonstrative adjectives (is, ille, hic, iste, ipsa, etc. ) that follow -ius paradigm. Here are the videos if you need review.

UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) Demonstrative Adjectives

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Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, Sept. 11 (Period 8 - Quinn's Period) 

1) QUIZ on the morphology of nouns and adjectives of declensions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and -ius paradigm adjectives like totus, a, um. Here are videos to help you review.  See handouts with paradigms or Wheelock, pages 494-8.  

2) Read, write out translation and be able to translate in class  Pars Secunda (see the 3 page of Reges Tarquiniī.   There is a "quae" (who, which) missing after gentes in line two.  PLEASE INSERT THIS QUAE. It is nominative case.   Your reading/translation in class does not have to be perfect but must reflect serious effort.   Use the same vocabulary list for help and Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

3) Review the timeline of Roman History and Pars Prima of Reges Tarquinii. 

4) Watch this video on UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) and take notes. 

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, Sept. 6 (Period 8 - Quinn's Period) & Friday, Sept. 7 (Period 5 - Willy's Period) 

1) Quiz on the morphology of nouns and adjectives of declensions 1,2, 3 and -ius paradigm adjectives like totus, a, um.  See handouts with paradigms or Wheelock, pages 494-8.  The formate will be similar to what we did in class on Tuesday. 

2) Complete the second page of Noun-Adjective Agreement which begins with pars, partis (f).  HW grade.   Here are videos to help you review.    See me at lunch if you need help with anything, especially declension 4 and 5. 

3) Read, write out translation and be able to translate in class the entire first page, Pars Prima (3 paragraphs), of Reges Tarquiniī. 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, Sept. 4 & Wednesday, Sept. 5. 

1) Declension Review and What Cases Do.   See Caesar - Morphology and Syntax pages 4-14 or Wheelock, pages ________. 

2) The Res Publica and Roman History.

 

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, June 7

1) Complete first page of English to Latin Sentences. 

2) Read and write out a translation of Pliny's Letter down to lines 19-34.    Be prepared to read and translate in class.   

4) Start reviewing for the final exam.    Begin with: 1)  Matron of Ephesus, Camilia and Pliny's Letter; 2) Subjunctive Syntax; 3) Case Usage and Morphology of nouns and adjectives;  4) Review irregular and deponent verbs;  5) Review pronouns;  6) Indefinite aliquis, aliquid and quidam, quaedam, quoddam.     7) Conditional Sentences;  8) 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, June 5

1) Complete all four pages of the new handout on the ablative case, including all sentences on the last two pages. Use new blue handout on ablative case.   HW quiz. 

2) Read and write out a translation of Pliny's Letter down to lines 15-24.    Be prepared to read and translate in class. 

3) Quiz on Dative Case on Tuesday.  Study the pink handout and know vocabulary on this handout.  

4) Start reviewing for the final exam.    Begin with: 1)  Matron of Ephesus, Camilia and Pliny's Letter; 2) Subjunctive Syntax; 3) Case Usage and Morphology of nouns and adjectives;  4) Review irregular and deponent verbs;  5) Review pronouns;  6) 

Homework/Agenda for Friday, June1

1) Complete all 3 pages of Latin to English Sentences on What Dative Do?  Email if you need this.  I will ask to see this.  Justify all use of the dative case. See pink dative sheet for help. 

2) Read and write out a translation of Pliny's Letter down to lines 8-22 on the second and third page of the Latin text.    Be prepared to read and translate in class. 

3) Quiz on Dative Case on Tuesday, next week. 

4) Start reviewing for the final exam. 

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, May 29

1) List fro vocabulary quiz on Tuesday, May 29.  Expect a verb game on the back. 

2) Complete Sentences 1-5 on the dative case using the pink dative handout. 

3)Turn in this assignment:  Complete the prequiz that we began in class and hand in the The Justify Case Game (new handout).   Graded Assignment.  

4) Read and write out a translation of Pliny's Letter down to line 15 on the second page.   Be prepared to read and translate in class. 

5) Start reviewing for the final exam. 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 22

List fro vocabulary quiz on Tuesday, May 29. 

1) Complete sentences 4-11 in handout with the morphological grid on the first page.   Here they are if you can not find them.  HW grade

2) Quiz in the morphology and syntax of the genitive case.  Study grid and salmon handout. 

3) Work to be done on the Death of Camilia from Vergil's Aeneid

a) Finish reading and writing out a translation down to the end of the story. 

b) Complete the prequiz that we began in class and hand in the The Justify Case Game (new handout).   Graded Assignment.  

4) Old but bring Finish and review the Matron of Ephesus: READ AND TRANSLATE 70- 80, on page  225 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

5) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 22

List fro vocabulary quiz on Thursday, May 24. 

1) Complete sentences 1-11 in handout with the morphological grid on the first page.   Here they are if you can not find them.  HW grade

2) Quiz in the morphology and syntax of the genitive case.  Study grid and salmon handout. 

3) Read and write out a translation of the Death of Camilia from Vergil's Aeneid. Use vocabulary below story to help you.    

4) Old but bring Finish and review the Matron of Ephesus: READ AND TRANSLATE 70- 80, on page  225 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

5) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, May 16

List fro vocabulary quiz on Thursday, May 24. 

1) Quiz for the grade book on the gerund and gerundive with various subjunctive syntax, especially relative clauses with the subjunctive and conditional sentences.   Do forget causa and gratia with the preceding genitive.

2) Finish the Matron of Ephesus: READ AND TRANSLATE 70- 80, on page  225 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

 

4) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam.

5) If you missed Thursday's class, finish reading/translation the first section of Cicero's In Catalinam.   Email if you need this. 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 14

List fro vocabulary quiz on Thursday, May 24. 

1) Quiz for the grade book on the gerund and gerundive with various subjunctive syntax, especially relative clauses with the subjunctive and conditional sentences.   Do forget causa and gratia with the preceding genitive.

2) Finish the Matron of Ephesus: Read/translate lines 60-80, on page  221 and 223 and 225 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

3) Old but hand in: Complete and hand in exercises 63b and 63c on page 2 of Gerundive handout.   Write out answers on a separate piece of paper.   Graded.   You may have to look up some words.   Follow direction for each exercise accurately. 

4) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam.

5) If you missed Thursday's class, finish reading/translation the first section of Cicero's In Catalinam.   Email if you need this. 

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, May 10

1) Finish the back page of quiz on Gerund and Gerundive.  

2) Complete and hand in exercises 63b and 63c on page 2 of Gerundive handout.   Write out answers on a separate piece of paper.   Graded.   You may have to look up some words.   Follow direction for each exercise accurately. 

3) Read/translate lines 60-71, on page  221 and 223 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

4) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 8

1) Quiz on the Gerund and Gerundive.  To prepare read pages 1-6 of new handout on Gerundives.  

2) Complete pages 7, 8, 9, 10 in handout on the gerundive.  HW Grade

3) Read/translate lines 60-71, on page  221 and 223 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

4) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam. 

Homework/Agenda for Friday, May 4

1) Read pages 1-6 of new handout on Gerundives and complete all sentences on pages 8 and 9.  I will ask to see this 

2) Read/translate lines 57- 64, page  221 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday of May 1 & The Week

For Yuesday: 

Test: Cumulative 4th quarter test on Tuesday, May 1, 2018:  Study Matron of Ephesus (translation, parsing, comprehension), subjunctive morphology, all uses/syntax that we have covered thus far, including three relative clauses with the subjunctive, gerund, locative case and place constructions, condition sentences, aliquis, aliquid, and the gerund.  Meanings of ut, dum, cum, quam, etc. with various syntax.    Review the last four vocabulary lists. 

For Wednesday

Read/translate lines 50-64, page 219 and 221.  Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday of May 1 & The Week

For Yuesday: 

Test: Cumulative 4th quarter test on Tuesday, May 1, 2018:  Study Matron of Ephesus (translation, parsing, comprehension), subjunctive morphology, all uses/syntax that we have covered thus far, including three relative clauses with the subjunctive, gerund, locative case and place constructions, condition sentences, aliquis, aliquid, and the gerund.  Meanings of ut, dum, cum, quam, etc. with various syntax.    Review the last four vocabulary lists. 

For Wednesday

Read/translate lines 50-64, page 219 and 221.  Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, April 26, 2018

Latin Honour Society induction on Thursday at lunch in the auditorium for new inductees.   See list in room 335.   Dress well and come on Wednesday at lunch for preparation.

Cumulative 4th quarter test on Tuesday, May 1, 2018:  Study Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive morphology, all uses/syntax that we have covered thus far, including three relative clauses with the subjunctive, locative case and place constructions, condition sentences, aliquis, aliquid, and the gerund.   Review the last four vocabulary lists. 

1) Relative Clauses with the Subjunctive Mood.

a) Read notes from class and pages 1-4 of new handout 

b) Complete all sentences on pages 5-6

2) Turn in Parsing assignment on the Matrona with peacocks on Thursday. 

3) Due Friday are the four English to Latin sentences.    See me for help or if you would like your mistakes underlined.

4) Read and write out a translation on the provided lined paper Matron of Ephesus, lines 40-46.  Use commentary and vocabulary to help.   Will be on next test and final exam.  KEEP REVIEWing ALL THE MATRONA. 

 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, April 24, 2018

This week I will draw of the list of LATIN HONOUR society inductees.   Let me know if you are interest and we will do the placement test for those interest in PreAP for next year

1) Here is the first vocabulary list for the Matron of Ephesus.  Quiz on Tuesday, April 24th.  Quiz will include a verb game on iacio, iacere or morior, mori

2) Complete pages 1-3 (already done) and pages 4-6  of handout that begins with verb game on iacio, iacere.  HW grade

3) Read and write out a translation on the provided lined paper Matron of Ephesus, lines 34-46.  Use commentary and vocabulary to help.   Will be on next test and final exam.  

4) Parsing assignment on the Matrona with peacocks and four English to Latin sentences will be due on Thursday.  See me for help or if you would like your mistakes underlined. 

Homework/Agenda for Friday, April 20, 2018

This week I will draw of the list of LATIN HONOUR society inductees.   Let me know if you are interest and we will do the placement test for those interest in PreAP for next year

Here is the first vocabulary list for the Matron of Ephesus.  Quiz on Monday, April 23th. 

1) Quiz on conditional sentences that will also incorporate locative case, place constructions with cities, small islands, domus and rus, the gerund and the various uses of the subjunctive mood that we have covered recently.    Do not forget causā and gratiā with the proceeding genitive case. 

2) Complete pages 1-3 of handout that begins with verb game on iacio, iacere.  HW grade

3)Keep review what we read in class of the Matron of Ephesus. Use commentary and vocabulary to help.   We be on next test and final exam.  

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, April 19, 2018

This week I will draw of the list of LATIN HONOUR society inductees.   Let me know if you are interest and we will do the placement test for those interest in PreAP for next year

Here is the first vocabulary list for the Matron of Ephesus.  Quiz on Friday, April 20th. 

1) Read and write out a translation of the Matron of Ephesus lines 24-33. Use commentary and vocabulary to help.   Be able to show me your written out (doubled spaced) translation and read orally in class. 

2) Complete pages 1-3 of handout that begins with verb game on iacio, iacere.  HW grade

3) Quiz on conditional sentences that will also incorporate locative case, place constructions with cities, small islands, domus and rus, the gerund and the various uses of the subjunctive mood that we have covered recently.  

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, April 17, 2018

This week I will draw of the list of LATIN HONOUR society inductees.   Let me know if you are interest and we will do the placement test for those interest in PreAP for next year

Here is the first vocabulary list for the Matron of Ephesus.  Quiz on Friday, April 20th. 

1) Read and write out a translation of the Matron of Ephesus lines 15-23. Use commentary and vocabulary to help.   Be able to show me your written out (doubled spaced) translation and read orally in class. 

2) Complete the double side handout on Conditional Sentences.  Turn this in. 

3) Quiz on conditional sentences that will also incorporate locative case, place constructions with cities, small islands, domus and rus, the gerund and the various uses of the subjunctive mood that we have covered recently.  

Homework/Agenda for Friday, April 13, 2018

Here is the first vocabulary list for the Matron of Ephesus.  Quiz on Friday, April 20th. 

1) Complete sentences 13-17 on the last of the handout on Conditional Sentences.   There is an apis melliferus in the corner.   Graded assignment for correctness - 40-50 points. 

2) Read and write out a translation of the Matron of Ephesus lines 8-14.  Be able to show me your written out translation and read orally in class. 

3) Quiz on conditional sentences on Tuesday. 

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, April 12, 2018

1) Read and write out a translation of the Matron of Ephesus lines 1-11.  Be able to show me your written out translation and read orally in class. 

2) Work on Conditional Sentences. 

a) Watch this video, read page 1 of handout and read Wheelock pages 273-4

b) Complete pages 2 and 4 (sentences 8-12)

Homework/Agenda for the Week of March 24-30

1) Tuesday

a) Complete 1-10 of sentences on handout with gerund and Tasmanian Devil.  Here is another copy with vocabulary added.   Value 50-70 points.  Hand in at the beginning of class.  I will underline mistake if you bring to me on Monday. 

b) Work on the locative to be handed in on Tuesday: 

i. Watch this video and take notes.  Also study page one of handout on locative case and place contractions.  

ii.  Complete pages 2 and 3 (fill in the blanks and sentences 1-5 (hand in on Tuesday at beginning of class

2) Thursday

a) Finish Plebs Go On Strike

b) Finish Locative Case pages 3 and 4 (sentences # 6-8 & 1-8 of section III) 

3) Friday: 

Janus Quiz:  1) Gerund & Locative case and 2) Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Friday, March 30.    Verb game on the back with verb  iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus - to throw

HW for next week, if wish get ahead:

1) Complete 1-10 of sentences on handout with Tasmanian Devil. 

2) Finish reading/translating Plebs Go On Strike

3) Finish all sentences in the gerund handout.  Quiz on  gerund coming soon. 

Homework for Thursday, March 22, 2018

1) Complete the 2016 CAV test and use key on the last page to self-correct.  Sign the pledge and write the number correct on the top of the first page.   Hand in (hard copy) at the beginning of Thursday's class.  GRADED Assignment.  Late assignments will not be accepted.   Here is the 2016 CAV test, if you need it.   Here is the key. 

Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Friday, March 23.    Verb game on the back with verb  iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus - to throw

Homework for Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Friday, March 23. 

1) Read and write out translation on the provided lined paper for the first 11-20 lines of Plebs Go On Strike.   I will ask to see your written out translation.  HW grade.   What ordines exist in the society of the Roman Res Publica?   See questions on the Conflict of Orders in number 4 below. 

1.5) Complete this practice 2017 CAV test.    We will do the real one (2018) later in the week. 

2) Work on the Gerund: 

a) Watch this video from 3:00 min. to 5:09 and read/study pages 1 and 2 of handout on the gerund. 

b) Use the the material from a) above to complete pages 2, 3, 4 of the handout (all Section I and first page of section II).   I will ask to see this. 

3) Bring materials for the Iliouperis and the Murder of Priam

4) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Homework for Friday, March 16, 2018

Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Thursday, March 22

1) Read and write out translation on the provided lined paper for the first 10 lines of Plebs Go On Strike.   I will ask to your written out translation.  HW grade. 

2) Bring materials for the Iliouperis and the Murder of Priam

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Homework for Thursday, March 15, 2018

Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Thursday, March 22

1) On Thursday small test/large quiz (120 points approx.) on all subjunctive morphology (4 tenses, regular, deponent and irregular verbs) and syntax (jussive, hortatory, deliberative, purpose, Cum clauses, result, indirect question and noun clause/indirect command.   Know also vocabulary associated with each of these uses of the subjunctive.

2) Bring material for the Iliouperis and the Murder of Priam

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Homework for Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Thursday, March 22

1) Read and study pages 1-2 of Result Clause handout and then complete sections I (#1-5) and section II (sentences 1-17).  I will ask to see this. 

2) On Thursday small test/large quiz (120 points approx.) on all subjunctive morphology (4 tenses, regular, deponent and irregular verbs) and syntax (jussive, hortatory, deliberative, purpose, Cum clauses, result, indirect question and noun clause/indirect command.   Know also vocabulary associated with each of these uses of the subjunctive

3) Complete the 2014 NLE and self-correct.   Complete and bring to class the 2017 NLE and use the key given out in class to correct the 2012 NLE.  I will ask to see your score. 

4) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) In the World of "CUM" handout complete sentences 5-9 and 11-16 and on page 9-10 complete sentences 6-10.   Give the syntax of all subjunctive.   HW GRADE. 

2) In the World of "CUM" do pages 15-16 (#13-30) at the end of the handout which asks you to give the Latin indicative and subjunctive forms of the verbs given in English.  Also part of HW Grade.  Here is vocabulary for (#13-30) :  sequor, proficiscor, peto, nitor, rogo, morior, moror, moneo, impero, orior, iubeo, cogo, oro

3) Complete and bring to class the 2017 NLE and use the key given out in class to correct the 2012 NLE.  I will ask to see your score. 

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 18- 21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Homework for Friday, March 9, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) In the World of "CUM" handout complete sentences 5-9 and 11-16 and on page 9-10 complete sentences 6-10.   Give the syntax of all subjunctive.   HW GRADE. 

2) In the World of "CUM" do pages 15-16 (#13-30) at the end of the handout which asks you to give the Latin indicative and subjunctive forms of the verbs given in English.  Also part of HW Grade.  Here is vocabulary for (#13-30) :  sequor, proficiscor, peto, nitor, rogo, morior, moror, moneo, impero, orior, iubeo, cogo, oro

3) Complete and bring to class the 2017 NLE and use the key given out in class to correct the 2012 NLE.  I will ask to see your score. 

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 18- 21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Homework for Thursday, March 8, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Thursday, March 8. 

1)Work on "CUM":

a) Watch this video and take notes.  Read/study pages  1-3 of World of "CUM" handout.  Note the correlative us of cum...tum.  See also Wheelock, pages 255-6.  What are the 3 Cs of "cum" and the English subordinate conjunction for each.   What meaning of "cum" does TAMEN in the main clause signal?    

b) On pages 5-6 in the World of "CUM" handout complete sentences 5-9 and 11-16 and on page 8-9 complete sentences 3-6.   Give the syntax of all subjunctive.   HW GRADE. 

c) Do pages 15-16 (#13-30) at the end of the handout which asks you to give the Latin indicative and subjunctive forms of the verbs given in English.  Also part of HW Grade.  Here is vocabulary for (#13-30) :  sequor, proficiscor, peto, nitor, rogo, morior, moror, moneo, impero, orior, iubeo, cogo, oro

2) VOCABULARY QUIZHere is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Thursday, March 8. 

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 18- 21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this.

Homework for Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Thursday, March 7

1) Complete all seven English to Latin sentences on lavender handout. Turn in on Tuesday.  I will underline mistakes on Monday. HERE IS ANOTHER COPY WITH MORE VOCABULARY

2) Review Catullus V and Pars Prima and this section of Pars Seconda of Ilioupersis/Death of Priam:

Forsitan et Priamī fuerint quae fāta requirās.                  fuerint=fuērunt
urbis uti captae casum convulsaque vīdit                          uti=ut= when + indicative
līmina tectōrum et medium in penetralibus                  tectōrum=aedium=aedificiōrum

hostem, arma diu senior desueta trementibus aevō          desuetus, a, um -, unfamiliar

circumdat nequiquam umerīs et inutile ferrum              circumdare = pōnere

cingitur, ac densōs fertur moriturus in hostēs.                fertur=fert sē

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 18- 21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

4) Old but do if you have not:  Read/study page 303-4 of Wheelock  JUSSIVE NOUN CLAUSES (a dependent subjunctive introduced by  ut/ne = "that" - generally unexpressed)  and study notes from class  on the DELIBERATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE and page 1/2 of 5 Independent subjunctive handout.    ) 

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this.

Homework for Friday, March 3, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Thursday, March 7

1) Quiz on subjunctive in all tenses. Regular and irregular verbs. Complete page two of perfect and pluperfect handout and uses the key handed out in class to correct.   Click here for videos and paradigms to study.  Graded quiz approx. 60 points.  

2) Finish reading/translation this section of Pars Seconda of Ilioupersis/Death of Priam:

Forsitan et Priamī fuerint quae fāta requirās.                   fuerint=fuērunt
urbis uti captae casum convulsaque vīdit                          uti=ut= when + indicative
līmina tectōrum et medium in penetralibus                  tectōrum=aedium=aedificiōrum

hostem, arma diu senior desueta trementibus aevō          desuetus, a, um -, unfamiliar

circumdat nequiquam umerīs et inutile ferrum              circumdare = pōnere

cingitur, ac densōs fertur moriturus in hostēs.                fertur=fert sē

 

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 18- 21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

4) Old but do if you have not:  Read/study page 303-4 of Wheelock  JUSSIVE NOUN CLAUSES (a dependent subjunctive introduced by  ut/ne = "that" - generally unexpressed)  and study notes from class  on the DELIBERATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE and page 1/2 of 5 Independent subjunctive handout.    ) 

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this.

Homework for Thursday, March 1, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) Complete the orange/salmon colored sheet with English to Latin Sentences.  Graded, turn in

2) Work on Subjunctive Morphology: 

a) Watch these videos and recite forms aloud: 

The Perfect Active Subjunctive and The Perfect Passive Subjunctive

The Pluperfect Active Subjunctive and The Pluperfect Passive Subjunctive

b) Complete pages 3 and 4 in the new handout on perfect and pluperfect subjunctives. HW grade

c) Quiz on Friday on all subjunctive morphology.  4 tenses active and passive and a verb game. 

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 1-21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

4) Old but do if you have not:  Read/study page 303-4 of Wheelock  JUSSIVE NOUN CLAUSES (a dependent subjunctive introduced by  ut/ne = "that" - generally unexpressed)  and study notes from class  on the DELIBERATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE and page 1/2 of 5 Independent subjunctive handout.    ) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this.

Homework for Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) Vocabulary list for a quiz on Tuesday,  February 27, 2018

2)  What meanings does "UT" have with the subjunctive mood (2 possibilities) vs. the indicative mood (2 possibilities)? 

3) Crucial Work on the Subjunctive Mood (Do work in the order presented): 

a) Watch these two short videos and take notes:  Watch: Video One and Video Two

b) Complete the morphological side of the blue handout from class.   

c) Read/study page 303-4 of Wheelock  JUSSIVE NOUN CLAUSES (a dependent subjunctive introduced by  ut/ne = "that" - generally unexpressed)  and study notes from class  on the DELIBERATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE and page 1/2 of 5 Independent subjunctive handout.    

d) Complete sentences 1-21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

2) Review Catullus V.  Will be on future test.  

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this.

Homework for Thursday, February 22, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

Vocabulary list for a quiz on Tuesday,  February 27, 2018

1)  Complete pages  17-8 (sentences 19-30) Label each use of the subjunctive and translate in  Introduction to Present Subjunctive.   fAat HW Grade for Kahan.  I will ask to see these. 

2) Due Thursday, Feb. 22.   Complete English to Latin Sentences # 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and 5.  Here are the sentences with a nearly complete vocabulary.   I will underline your mistakes on Wednesday if you bring them to me. 

3) Reread and finish Catullus V.  Be well prepared to read orally in class. 

4) Review Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down the END OF PARS PRIMA On line 505.   Use commentary to help.    

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

Vocabulary list for a quiz on Tuesday,  February 27, 2018

1) Work on the Present Subjunctive Morphology and Jussive & Hortatory Subjunctive and Purpose Clause (Fat HW grade because Kahan would like a fat HW grade):

a) Review, if needed:  You may wish to review this video Watch this short video and take notes. Recite forms aloud.  Study pages one and two of new handout called Introduction to Present Subjunctive. Read Wheelock, pages 228-230

b) Complete pages 3, 11-12  (translate unexpressed) and  17-8 (sentences 13-30 - label each sue of the subjunctive and translate) of Introduction to Present Subjunctive.   fAat HW Grade for Kahan. 

c) Complete English to Latin Sentences # 1 and 2 only. 

d) Quiz on morphology of subjunctive in the present tense active and passive and jussive/hortatory subjunctive and purpose clauses.   

 2) Review what we read in class on Friday and read and write out the translation of The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down the END OF PARS PRIMA On line 505.   Use commentary to help.    WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Friday, February 16, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) Crucial Grade Work on the Present Subjunctive Morphology and Jussive & Hortatory Subjunctive and Purpose Clause:

a) Watch this short video and take notes. Recite forms aloud.  Study pages one and two of new handout called Introduction to Present Subjunctive.    

b) Read Wheelock, pages 228-230

c) Complete pages 10 (translate unexpressed) and  16-17 (sentences 6-20 - label each sue of the subjunctive and translate) of Introduction to Present Subjunctive.   fAat HW Grade. 

 2) Review what we read in class on Friday and read and write out the translation of The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down the END OF PARS PRIMA On line 505.   Use commentary to help.    WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework forTuesday, February 13, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) Real quiz on irregular verbs. 

EŌ, ĪRE, IĪ OR IVI, ITŪRUS, A, UM - GO (SPANISH IR

FIŌ, FIĒRĪ, FACTUS SUM - TO BE MADE, TO HAPPEN, TO BECOME (COPULATIVE VERB)

FERŌ, FERRE, TULĪ, LATUS, A, UM - TO BRING, BEAR, ENDURE

VOLŌ, VELLE, VOLUĪ - TO WANT, TO WISH + COMPLEMENTARY INFINITIVE

MĀLŌ, MĀLLE, MALUĪ  (MAGIS + VOLO)- TO PREFER + COMPLEMENTARY INFINITIVE

NŌLŌ, NŌLLE, NOLUĪ (NON + VOLO) - TO NOT WANT + COMPLEMENTARY INFINITIVE

POSSUM, POSSE, POTUĪ - TO BE ABLE + COMPLEMENTARY INFINITIVE 

SUM, ESSE FUĪ, FUTŪRUS, A, UM - TO BE (COPULATIVE VERB)

2) Download and complete this assignment on the present system of irregular verbs.  This should be easy review for most of you.  I ill ask to see this on Tuesday. 

3) Complete and turn (on Tuesday) in sentences 6-10 on Deponent & Irregular Verbs. 50 points. Email if you need this.  l will underline mistakes on Monday.  Here is  more vocabulary.  

 4) Review what we read in class on Friday and read and write out the translation of The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down the END OF PARS PRIMA On line 505.   Use commentary to help.    WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework forTuesday, February 13, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) Some Review of Irregular Verbs:

a) Review these verbs: 

eō, īre, iī or ivi, itūrus, a, um - go (spanish ir

fiō, fiērī, factus sum - to be made, to happen, to become (copulative verb)

ferō, ferre, tulī, latus, a, um - to bring, bear, endure

volō, velle, voluī - to want, to wish + complementary Infinitive

mālō, mālle, maluī  (magis + volo)- to prefer + complementary Infinitive

nōlō, nōlle, noluī (non + volo) - to not want + complementary Infinitive

possum, posse, potuī - to be able + complementary Infinitive 

sum, esse fuī, futūrus, a, um - to be (copulative verb)

b) Click here to review the morphology of these irregular verbs.      Watch videos and review paradigms.    

C) Download and complete this assignment on the present system of irregular verbs.  This should be easy review for most of you.  I ill ask to see this on Tuesday. 

2) Complete and turn (on Tuesday) in sentences 6-10 on Deponent & Irregular Verbs. 50 points. Email if you need this.  l will underline mistakes on Monday.  Here is  more vocabulary.  

 3) Review what we read in class on Friday and read and write out the translation of The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down the END OF PARS PRIMA On line 505.   Use commentary to help.    WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

4) 3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Friday, February 9, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1)  Vocabulary List for Next Vocabulary Quiz (Deponent Verbs).  Learn derivatives as well. Quiz on Friday, February 9.    This vocabulary quiz will have conjugated deponent verbs on the back. Know derivates also.   60-80 points. 

2) Review what we read in class on Thursday and read and write out the translation of The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down to ignes in line 502.   Use commentary to help.    WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

Homework for Thursday, February 8, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

Vocabulary List for Next Vocabulary Quiz (Deponent Verbs).  Learn derivatives as well. Quiz on Friday, February 9.    This vocabulary quiz will have a deponent verb game on the back. 

1) Complete and turn in five sentences English to Latin with deponent verbs.  If you bring them to me on Wednesday during school, I will underline your mistakes.  50 points. 

2) Read and write out the translation of the following from The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam. Use the first vocabulary list in handout to help. CLICK HERE FOR A VERSION OF THE TEXT WITH MORE NOTES.   Expect the word order to be confused.   WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

At domus interior gemitū miserōque tumultū 

miscētur, penitusque cavae plangōribus                       penitus (adv.) within

aedes femineīs ululant; ferit aurea sidera clamor.
tum pavidae tectīs matrēs ingentibus errant 

amplexaeque tenent postēs atque oscula figunt.     490      oscula=basia

instat vī patriā Pyrrhus; nec claustra nec ipsī 

custodēs sufferre valent; labat ariete crebro                   valent = possunt; labo (1) to totter

ianua, et emotī procumbunt cardine postēs. 

fit via vī; rumpunt aditūs primōsque trucidant               trucido (1) = caedo, caedere

immissī Danai et latē loca mīlite complent. 

 

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

Vocabulary List for Next Vocabulary Quiz (Deponent Verbs).  Learn derivatives as well. Quiz on Friday, February 9. 

1) More work on deponent verbs: 

a) Review/study pages 1-3 of new handout on Deponent Verbs. START LEARNING THE LONG LIST OF VERB ON PAGES 2 AND 3.  Click here for a long and boring video, if you need more instruction or missed class.     

b) QUIZ on morphology of deponents and the six things you need to know about them, which is on pages 1 and 2 of handout. 

c) Complete page 6, 7 ,8 of Notes & Exercises on Deponent Verbs.  HW Grade. 

2) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Friday, February 2, 2018

1) Work on deponent verbs: 

a) Read/study pages 1-3 of new handout on Deponent Verbs.  Click here for a long and boring video, if you need more instruction or missed class.     

b) Complete page 4, 5, 11, 12 of Notes & Exercises on Deponent Verbs.  HW Grade. 

2) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Thursday, February 1, 2018

1) Read Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Do not hesitate to email me with questions at any point at aberrantadventures@mac.com

Second Quarter Test on Tuesday, January 30.  Value 250-300 points (of 2nd Quarter).     Email with questions and see me for help at lunch.   Click here for study and review guide for the test.     Study especially passive voice, relative pronoun, uses of quam,  PARTICIPLES , relative tense of participles and infinitives, ablative absolute;  infinitives, indirect statement, list of "Head Verbs" impersonal verbs (licet, placet, oportet), active and passive periphrastic, dative of agent, regular and IRREGULAR comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs, interrogative animals, indefinite pronoun (aliquis) and adjective (quidam),  Nikhil should learn idem, eadem idem.   Know stories (especially grammar and parsing) Ajax/Pallas, Aeolus/Juno and Parts I-V of Lucretia.   The cultural questions will come mainly from this work:  Culture/History: 

a) Know the dates of the Roman Republic - Beginning and end and events. 

New:  Read and take detailed notes on Polybius' excursus on The Roman Constitution in its Prime from his Histories.    Be able to show me or hand in notes and discuss in class.   Consider this a primary source.  It was handed out in class. Email if you need it. 

a) Examine the painting below HW of The Lictores Return the Bodies of Brutus' Sons and watch this short video.  

b) Review notes from the board on the 3 Punics (Poeni) Wars. Know dates and the battle of Cannae (216 BC).  Who are Rome's socii

c) Be able to place the Gauls, Etruscans, Roman, the Samnites and the Greeks on a map of the Italian Peninsula at the time of the founding of the Res Publica (509 BC)  Click here for a map to study.     

d) Review: Click here for diagrams on Roman Government.     Watch the first 10 minutes of this video before Thursday's class.  Take notes and augment your timeline.  Review notes from board on the cursus honorum, the Res Publica (dates and significant events), political offices: quaestor, aedile, praetor, consul, dictator, censor and tribunus Plebis (see/study handout on offices and cursus honorum.  Email if you need this) and the political offices of Republican Rome.  Know limited tenure of office and collegiality. 

Homework for Friday, January 26, 2018

TEST DATE WILL STAY THE SAME: Second Quarter Test on Tuesday, January 30.  Value 250-300 points.     Email with questions and see me for help at lunch.   Click here for study and review guide for the test. 

1) Here is the new vocabulary list for a quiz on Friday, January 26

 2) Finish Lucretia, Part V or most of it and review Lucretia, Part IV.  See vocabulary list for help.  Be able to read/translate in class.  

3)   Read and take detailed notes on Polybius' excursus on The Roman Constitution in its Prime from his Histories.    Be able to show me or hand in notes and discuss in class.   Consider this a primary source.  It was handed out in class. Email if you need it. 

 

 

Homework for Thursday, January 25, 2018

TEST DATE WILL STAY THE SAME: Second Quarter Test on Tuesday, January 30.  Value 250-300 points.     Email with questions and see me for help at lunch.   Click here for study and review guide for the test. 

Here is the new vocabulary list for a quiz on Friday, January 26

1) Start studying for a QUIZ on interrogative animals,  questions, 7 uses/meanings of QUAM,  indefinite pronoun. & adjective on Thursday, Jan. 25.  Value 100 points.   Study pages 1-5 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.  Also review comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs.   Watch this video if you need to review yes and no questions from Latin I. 

 2) Finish Lucretia, Part V or most of it and review Lucretia, Part IV.  See vocabulary list for help.  Be able to read/translate in class.  

3) Culture/History: 

a) New:  Read and take detailed notes on Polybius' excursus on The Roman Constitution in its Prime from his Histories.    Be able to show me or hand in notes and discuss in class.   Consider this a primary source.  It was handed out in class. Email if you need it. 

a) Examine the painting below HW of The Lictores Return the Bodies of Brutus' Sons and watch this short video.  

b) Review notes from the board on the 3 Punics (Poeni) Wars. Know dates and the battle of Cannae (216 BC).  Who are Rome's socii

c) Be able to place the Gauls, Etruscans, Roman, the Samnites and the Greeks on a map of the Italian Peninsula at the time of the founding of the Res Publica (509 BC)  Click here for a map to study.     

d)  Old but study and review: Click here for diagrams on Roman Government.     Watch the first 10 minutes of this video before Thursday's class.  Take notes and augment your timeline.  Review notes from board on the cursus honorum, the Res Publica (dates and significant events), political offices: quaestor, aedile, praetor, consul, dictator, censor and tribunus Plebis (see/study handout on offices and cursus honorum.  Email if you need this) and the political offices of Republican Rome.  Know limited tenure of office and collegiality. 

 

Homework for Tuesday, January 23, 2018

TEST DATE WILL STAY THE SAME: Second Quarter Test on Tuesday, January 30.  Value 250-300 points.     Email with questions and see me for help at lunch.   Click here for study and review guide for the test. 

Here is the new vocabulary list for a quiz on Friday, January 26

 1) Review and finish reading Lucretia, Part IV.  See vocabulary list for help.  Be able to read/translate in class. 

2) Complete Latin to English sentences on pages 9 and 10, numbers 21-36 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.   Use Logeion for vocabulary.  HW grade. 

3) Complete and turn in English to Latin Sentences on page 16, numbers 9-15 in the handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys. Here is vocabulary and corrected typos  Email if you have questions.  Value 40-50 points.    

4) Culture/History: 

a) New:  Read and take detailed notes on Polybius' excursus on The Roman Constitution in its Prime from his Histories.  Be able to show me or hand in notes and discuss in class.   Consider this a primary source.  It was handed out in class. Email if you need it. 

a) Examine the painting below HW of The Lictores Return the Bodies of Brutus' Sons and watch this short video.  

b) Review notes from the board on the 3 Punics (Poeni) Wars. Know dates and the battle of Cannae (216 BC).  Who are Rome's socii

c) Be able to place the Gauls, Etruscans, Roman, the Samnites and the Greeks on a map of the Italian Peninsula at the time of the founding of the Res Publica (509 BC)  Click here for a map to study.     

d)  Old but study and review: Click here for diagrams on Roman Government.     Watch the first 10 minutes of this video before Thursday's class.  Take notes and augment your timeline.  Review notes from board on the cursus honorum, the Res Publica (dates and significant events), political offices: quaestor, aedile, praetor, consul, dictator, censor and tribunus Plebis (see/study handout on offices and cursus honorum.  Email if you need this) and the political offices of Republican Rome.  Know limited tenure of office and collegiality. 

5) Start studying for a QUIZ on interrogative animals,  questions, 7 uses/meanings of QUAM,  indefinite pronoun. & adjective on Tuesday, Jan. 23.  Value 100 points.   Study pages 1-5 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.  Also review comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs.   Watch this video if you need to review yes and no questions from Latin I. 

 

Homework for Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Second Quarter Test on Tuesday, January 30.  Value 250-300 points.     Email with questions and see me for help at lunch. 

Here is the new vocabulary list for a quiz in 10 days. 

 1) Hand in assignment on parts I and II of Lucretia story.  Work independently and sign pledge.   See me for help or email.  Graded assignment.   

2) For Tuesday, Jan 16. Complete and turn in page 15 (English to Latin Sentences 1-8)in the handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.   Email if you have questions.  Value 50 points.    Here is vocabulary for each sentence above. 

3) Old but bring to class on Tuesday: Complete Sentences on pages 7 and 8, numbers 7-17of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys. 

4) Review Lucretia part III and Aeolus and Ajax stories.  Test is coming in a fortnight. 

5) Start studying for a quiz on interrogative animals,  questions, 7 uses/meanings of QUAM,  indefinite pronoun. & adjective on Thursday, Jan. 18.  Value 100 points.   Study pages 1-5 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.  Also review comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs.   Watch this video if you need to review yes and no questions from Latin I. 

6) History and Culture: Click here for diagrams on Roman Government.     Watch the first 10 minutes of this video before Thursday's class.  Take notes and augment your timeline.  Review notes from board on the cursus honorum, the Res Publica (dates and significant events), political offices: quaestor, aedile, praetor, consul, dictator, censor and tribunus Plebis (see/study handout on offices and cursus honorum.  Email if you need this) and the political offices of Republican Rome.  Know limited tenure of office and collegiality.  Old but bring to class:  Listen to this Podcast (first 14 min. only on the Roman Republic (509 to 27 BC) and complete questions 1 through 7.   Be able to show me and answer orally in class. HW grade.  Here are the questions if you need them. 

Homework for Friday, January 12, 2018

 1) Here is the vocabulary list for our next vocabulary quiz on Friday, January 12.  

2) Review notes from board on the cursus honorum, the Res Publica (dates and significant events) and the political offices of Republican Rome.  Know limited tenure of office and collegiality.

3) Old but bring to class: Work on Interrogative Pronouns and Adjectives, Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives, and uses of QUAM: 

a) Read and study pages 3, 4, 5 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.  The vocabulary list is especially important. Also be able to explain the terms: personal pronoun, demonstrative adjective, relative pronoun, interrogative adv./adj./pron and indefinite pronouns./adj.  Quiz on this material in one week. 

b) Complete the charts of paradigms on pages 1 and 2 of Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys. HW grade.  You may need to look up some words.  Use Logeion 

c) Complete Sentences on pages 7 and 8, numbers 7-17 only. HW grade. 

4) Old but bring to class:  Listen to this Podcast (first 14 min. only on the Roman Republic (509 to 27 BC) and complete questions 1 through 7.   Be able to show me and answer orally in class. HW grade.  Here are the questions if you need them. 

Homework for Thursday, January 11, 2018

 Here is the vocabulary list for our next vocabulary quiz on Friday, January 12.  

1) For Thurday:  Review and be prepared to read orally in class  PART III of The Story of Lucretia from Titus Livius' Ab Urbe Condita. See vocabulary list for help.  

2) Work on Interrogative Pronouns and Adjectives, Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives, and uses of QUAM: 

a) Read and study pages 3, 4, 5 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.  The vocabulary list is especially important. Also be able to explain the terms: personal pronoun, demonstrative adjective, relative pronoun, interrogative adv./adj./pron and indefinite pronouns./adj.  Quiz on this material in one week. 

b) Complete the charts of paradigms on pages 1 and 2 of Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys. HW grade.  You may need to look up some words.  Use Logeion 

c) Complete Sentences on pages 7 and 8, numbers 7-17 only. HW grade. 

2) Listen to this Podcast (first 14 min. only on the Roman Republic (509 to 27 BC) and complete questions 1 through 7.   Be able to show me and answer orally in class. HW grade.  Here are the questions if you need them. 

5) Begin learning this list of English derivative and Latin phrases used in English.  Know their etymology and English meaning/usage.  Here is the list for Lucretia Vocabulary.    Quiz in 3rd week of January. 

Agenda for the Week of Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

Extra Credit and Extra practice option: Read Wheelock, CAPVT XXVII, pages 218-220 and complete EXERCISES FOR Caput XXVII on pages 433-4.  Self-correct with a different pen and sign pledge before you submit. 

1) For Tuesday:  Review  PART III of The Story of Lucretia from Titus Livius' Ab Urbe Condita. See vocabulary list for help.  If you wish to get ahead you may finish parts IV and V. Review parts one and two. 

2) Here is the vocabulary list for our next vocabulary quiz on Thursday, January 4.  

3) Begin learning this list of English derivative and Latin phrases used in English.  Know their etymology and English meaning/usage.  Here is the list for Lucretia Vocabulary.    Quiz in 2nd week of January. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 15, 2017.

1) Review  PART III of The Story of Lucretia from Titus Livius' Ab Urbe Condita. See vocabulary list for help.  See Rembrandt's Lucretia below.    Be able to show me your translation and read orally in class.  Review parts one and two. 

2)  Aeolus Drawing: As you reread and review the the Aeolus Story you may wish to begin your drawing.  It will be due on Friday, December 15.   Value 100 points.   See me to discuss your vision.   There is paper in room 335 if you would like some.   Late assignment receive zero. 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, December 14, 2017.

1) Livy on Lucretia: 

a) Review parts I and II.   Material will be on a future test and the semester exam 

b) Read and write out a translation for PART III of The Story of Lucretia from Titus Livius' Ab Urbe Condita. See vocabulary list for help.  See Rembrandt's Lucretia below.    Be able to show me your translation and read orally in class.  Finish and review part I. 

2) Consolidation Quiz coming on Thursday, December 14. Value 120 points. STUDY AND KNOW:  a) Paradigm of comparative adjectives and general review of nouns and adjectives of all declensions;   b) Irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, study the chart immediately below; c) uses of quam, the ablative of comparison and the ablative of degree of difference (paulo, multo, aliquanto, tribis post annis, tribus pedibus, etc.); d) other syntax common with comparative and superlative adjectives, such as the substantive plus + the partitive genitive vs. plures, plura used for number.    plus aquae vs.  plura saxa   e) comparative and superlative adverbs and irregular adverbS - see list;  f) Five uses of infinitives and especially indirect statement.  Impersonal verbs - placet, licet, oportet    g) ablative absolute and participles; h) Uses of quam with comparatives and superlatives.

3) Use key to correct pages on verbal morphology and bring the chart of noun-adjectives to class. Complete the entire handout that begins with Declension Fun for Furry Bunnies where you change each adjective to match the gender, # and case of each noun.   Do pages 1, 2, 3 of this handout.   Page 4 has vocabulary for the sentences below

4) Aeolus Drawing: As you reread and review the the Aeolus Story you may wish to begin your drawing.  It will be due on Friday, December 15.   Value 100 points.   See me to discuss your vision.   There is paper in room 335 if you would like some.   Late assignment receive zero. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, December 11, 2017.

1) Read and write out a translation for Part II of The Story of Lucretia from Titus Livius' Ab Urbe Condita. See vocabulary list for help.  See Rembrandt's Lucretia below.    Be able to show me your translation and read orally in class.  Finish and review part I. 

2) Complete the entire handout that begins with Declension Fun for Furry Bunnies where you change each adjective to match the gender, # and case of each noun.   Do pages 1, 2, 3 of this handout.   Page 4 has vocabulary for the sentences below

3) For Tuesday, December 12 complete and hand in sentences 4-6 in Comparative Composition for Superlative Bunnies.   This assignment will be grade for accuracy.  You may show the sentences to me before Friday's class and I will underline any mistakes.  Value 60 points.    HERE IS VOCABULARY FOR SENTENCES 4-6

4) As you reread and review the the Aeolus Story you may wish to begin your drawing.  It will be due on Friday, December 15.   Value 100 points.   See me to discuss your vision.   There is paper in room 335 if you would like some.   Late assignment receive zero. 

5) Consolidation Quiz coming on Thursday, December 14. Value 120 points.  a) Paradigm of comparative adjectives and general review of nouns and adjectives of all declensions;   b) Irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, study the chart immediately below; c) uses of quam, the ablative of comparison and the ablative of degree of difference (paulo, multo, aliquanto, tribis post annis, tribus pedibus, etc.); d) other syntax common with comparative and superlative adjectives, such as the substantive plus + the partitive genitive vs. plures, plura used for number.    plus aquae vs.  plura saxa   e) comparative and superlative adverbs and irregular adverb - see list;  f) Five uses of infinitives and especially indirect statement.  Impersonal verbs - placet, licet, oportet    g) ablative absolute and participles

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, December 7, 2017.

1) A our task on Thursday will be to finish our oral/collective reading of the Aeolus story aloud down to line 75 (nymphae).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation.   See painting of Aeolus below. 

2) Comparative and Superlative ADVERBS: 

a) Complete pages 1-4 of handout on comparative and superlative adverbs. HW grade.

b) Short (graded) quiz on the formation and morphology of comparative and superlative adverbs, especially the irregular ones.  Study the list below HW and/or study the doubled sided handout with paradigms.  

3) As you reread and review the the Aeolus Story you may wish to begin your drawing.  It will be due on Monday, December 13th.   Value 100 points.   See me to discuss your vision.   There is paper in room 335 if you would like some.  

4) For Friday complete and hand in sentences 4-6 in Comparative Composition for Superlative Bunnies.   This assignment will be grade for accuracy.  You may show the sentences to me before Friday's class and I will underline any mistakes.  Value 60 points. 

5) Consolidation Quiz coming next week: a)  Irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, study the chart immediately below; b) uses of quam, the ablative of comparison and the ablative of degree of difference (paulo, multo, aliquanto, tribis post annis, etc.) and other syntax common with comparative and superlative adjectives, such as the substantive plus + the partitive genitive vs. plures, plura used for number.    plus aquae vs.  plura saxa

 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, December 5, 2017.

1) A our task on Tuesday will be to finish our oral/collective reading of the Aeolus story aloud down to line 75 (nymphae).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation.   See painting of Aeolus below. 

1.5) As you reread and review the the Aeolus Story you may wish to begin your drawing.  It will be due on Friday, December 10th.   Value 100 points.   See me to discuss your vision.   There is paper in room 335 if you would like some.  

Optional homework but useful video on Latin's Comparative and Superlative Adjectives that summarizes Chapter 27 of Wheelock.  The first 15 min. are the most important but the last part is good for English derivatives. 

2) Complete and hand in the first three sentences in Comparative Composition for Superlative Bunnies.   This assignment will be grade for accuracy.  You may show the sentences to me before Tuesday's class and I will underline any mistakes.  Value 60 points. 

3) Quiz on Tuesday on: a)  Irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, study the chart immediately below; b) uses of quam, the ablative of comparison and the ablative of degree of difference (paulo, multo, aliquanto, tribis post annis, etc.) and other syntax common with comparative and superlative adjectives, such as the substantive plus + the partitive genitive vs. plures, plura used for number.    plus aquae vs.  plura saxa

Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 1, 2017.

1) Finish and review all of Aeolus story aloud down to line 75 (nymphae).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation.   See painting of Aeolus below. 

2) A little more work on comparative and superlative syntax: 

a) Review notes from the board and and answer these questions:  i) What does quam mean/denote with a comparative adjective vs. a superlative adjective?  ii) How should an ablative of comparison be translated in to English? When is generally used?  iii) How should an ablative of degree of difference be translated into English?  iv) List four words commonly used as an ablative of degree of difference?   v) When is plus used vs. plures, plura

b) Download and complete these five sentences for tomorrow Friday.  HW GRADE. 

3) New vocabulary list. Quiz on Friday, December 1. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, November 30, 2017.

1) Review and be prepared to read/translate Aeolus story aloud down to line 71 (nymphae).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation.   See painting of Aeolus below. 

2) Bring completed sentences, # 1-14 in the first Comparative and Superlative Adjective handout.  If you did not finish these in class, complete them for homework. 

3) Work on Comparative and Superlative adjectives. 

a) Study notes from class and read/study 109. Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs, Pages 1, 2, 3 and 4 (#s in my handwriting in bottom right corner).  

b) Complete sections A, B, C for Drill 109 Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs on pages 1, 2, 3 or 367-9 of this handout. For B you will need the adjectives: acutus, a, um - sharp; iniquus, a, um - unjust; altus, a, um -tall/high/deep; gravis, grave - serious; felix, felicis - fortune; humilis, humile - humble; aequus, a, um - equitable;  laetus, a, um - happy; altus, a, um - high/tall; similis, simile - similar;  miser, misera, miserum - miserable; dūrus, a, um - harsh/hard; difficilis, difficile - difficult; certus, a, um - certain; infelix, infelicis - unfortunate.   HW GRADE.

C) Graded quiz on the declension for the following noun-adjective pairs. I will pick two or three of the following to put on the quiz.  How do all comparative adjectives decline?  See pages 495-499 of Wheelock, if you need to review any of these forms.   corpus, corporis (n) 

haec melior res             illud melius corpus               ipse maior vir               id maius signum

             eadem minor ursa                 ea peior manus                   idem minus cornū 

4) New vocabulary list. Quiz on Friday, December 1.   

5) Make quiz corrections your last quiz and return to me ASAP.  

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, November 28, 2017

1) Return quiz. 

2) Review and be prepared to read/translate Aeolus story aloud down to line 63 (iussus habenās.).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation. 

 

4) Old but bring to class:  Compete  5 & 6 (all sentence down to 14) and page 8 (verbal morphology) of Active and Passive Periphrastic + Dative of Agent.  Review video if necessary: Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

5) Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi.    Extra Credit/Cultural Enrichment:  Listen to this BBC program on the Trojan War and take notes.   Sign Pledge and turn in notes for extra credit. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, November 21, 2017

1) QUIZ on Tuesday, November 21 on VERB GAME,  4 participles, elevation and relative tense, the ablative absolute, active and passive periphrastic, dative of agent and Latin's 6 infinitives, and five uses of infinitives, especially indirect statement - study pages 1, 2, 3 and 10 of infinitive handout.  Do forget liceo, licere + dative, placet, placere + dative; oportet, oportere + acc. + infinitive.   Value 100 points.

2) Review and be prepared to read/translate Aeolus story aloud down to line 63 (iussus habenās.).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation. 

2) Watch these videos on Indirect Statement (Head Verb + acc.subject + infinitive): 

Indirect Statement, Part I

Indirect Statement, Part II

3) Old but bring to class:  Compete  5 & 6 (all sentence down to 14) and page 8 (verbal morphology) of Active and Passive Periphrastic + Dative of Agent.  Review video if necessary: Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

4) Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi.    Extra Credit/Cultural Enrichment:  Listen to this BBC program on the Trojan War and take notes.   Sign Pledge and turn in notes for extra credit. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, November 16, 2017

1) Crucial Work on Infinitival Syntax: 

a) Review these videos on Indirect Statement (Head Verb + acc.subject + infinitive): 

Indirect Statement, Part I

Indirect Statement, Part II

b) Read through pages 1 and 2 and final page of my notes in 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, November 17, 2017

1) Be prepared to read/translate Aeolus story aloud down to line 63 (iussus habenās.).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation. 

2) Crucial Work on Infinitival Syntax: 

a) Watch these videos on Indirect Statement (Head Verb + acc.subject + infinitive): 

Indirect Statement, Part I

Indirect Statement, Part II

b) Study pages 1,  2,  3 and final page of my notes in What Will do Infinitives for You

c) Complete pages 4 (conceptual questions) and  THE CAESAR SAYS GAME on pages 7 and 8.  HW grade. 

d) Old but we will finish in class - all sentences, numbers 1-13 on pages 1 and 2 of Infinitives for Finite Rabbits (separate handout). It uses vocabulary from Aeolus list.  HW grade. Kahan better have this complete.   I will ask to see it

3) Old but bring to class:  Compete  5 & 6 (all sentence down to 14) and page 8 (verbal morphology) of Active and Passive Periphrastic + Dative of Agent.  Review video if necessary: Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

4) Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi.    Extra Credit/Cultural Enrichment:  Listen to this BBC program on the Trojan War and take notes.   Sign Pledge and turn in notes for extra credit. 

7) QUIZ on Tuesday, November 21 on 4 participles, ablative absolute, active and passive periphrastic, dative of agent and Latin 6 infinitives, and five uses of infinitives, especially indirect statement.   Value 100 points. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, November 16, 2017

Return these forms for Latin Convention ASAP 

1) Crucial Work on Infinitival Syntax: 

a) Watch these videos on Indirect Statement (Head Verb + acc.subject + infinitive): 

Indirect Statement, Part I

Indirect Statement, Part II

b) Read through pages 1 and 2 and final page of my notes in What Will do Infinitives for You

c) Complete pages all sentences, numbers 1-13 on pages 1 and 2 of Infinitives for Finite Rabbits (separate handout). It uses vocabulary from Aeolus list.  HW grade. Kahan better have this complete.   I will ask to see it

2) Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on THURSDAY, November 16.

3) Old but bring to class:  Compete  5 & 6 (all sentence down to 14) and page 8 (verbal morphology) of Active and Passive Periphrastic + Dative of Agent.  Review video if necessary: Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

5) Read and write out a translation for Aeolus to line 59 (per auras).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation. 

6) Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi.    Extra Credit/Cultural Enrichment:  Listen to this BBC program on the Trojan War and take notes.   Sign Pledge and turn in notes for extra credit. 

7) Quiz on Friday on 4 participles, ablative absolute, active and passive periphrastic, dative of agent and Latin 6 infinitives. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Return these forms for Latin Convention ASAP 

1) Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on THURSDAY, November 16.

2) Complete and turn in the parsing assignment for Ajax and Minerva.  It is in the handout. Email if you need it.  Graded assignment.  Here is a parsing guide to help.   "A" seeking rabbits will review and reread this story.   The parsing assignment is the fourth page of this handout. 

3) Compete  5 & 6 (all sentence down to 14) and page 8 (verbal morphology) of Active and Passive Periphrastic + Dative of Agent.  Review video if necessary: Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

4) Complete page one and two of Infinitival Morphology (handed out on Friday).  

5) Read and write out a translation for Aeolus to line 55 (temperat iras).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation. 

6) Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi.    Extra Credit/Cultural Enrichment:  Listen to this BBC program on the Trojan War and take notes.   Sign Pledge and turn in notes for extra credit. 

7) Quiz onThursday on 4 participles, ablative absolute, active and passive periphrastic, dative of agent and Latin 6 infinitives. 

8) Old:  In ablative absolute handout bring completed sentences down to 24 on page 4 and 5 of handout.   This should be finished already. 

9) Finish 3 pumpkin presentations: Eli, Cassidy, Ross, Joshua. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, November 10, 2017

Return these forms for Latin Convention ASAP 

Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Tuesday, November 14.

1) Essential Work on the active periphrastic (literal trans.) and passive periphrastic + dative of agent. 

a) Read/study pages 1 and 2 of Active and Passive Periphrastic & Dative of Agent.  

b) Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

c) Compete pages 3 (use verb iacio, iacere, ieci, iatusand 4 and 8 (verbal morphology). HW grade.  

2) Review and finish reading and writing out a translation for Ajax and Minerva.  Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi

3)  In ablative absolute handout bring completed sentences down to 24 on page 4 and 5 of handout.   This should be finished already. 

4) Finish 3 pumpkin presentations

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, November 3, 2017 

1) Essential Work on the Ablative Absolute: 

a) Watch this video and take notes. 

b) Read page 1 and 2 of handout on Ablative Absolute. 

c) Complete sentences 4 to 16 on page 3 and 4.  Make sure you elevate all ablative absolutes and participle phrases into English subordinate clauses. 

d) Short quiz on ablative absolute.  Study a) and b) above. 

2) Old: Make sure that you have turned in the 7 English to Latin sentences.  Email if you need these.  See vocabulary list above for help with sentences or see me at lunch.  Work independently on these 7 sentences.  Click here if you need these sentences. 

3) Finish 3 pumpkin presentations

4) Old:  Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE    

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, November 1, 2017 

1) Here is the new vocabulary list. Quiz on Thursday, November 2.  

2) Complete 7 English to Latin sentences.  Email if you need these.  See vocabulary list above for help with sentences or see me at lunch.  Work independently on these 7 sentences.  Click here if you need these sentences. 

3) Finish 3 pumpkin presentations

4) Old:  Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE    

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, October 31, 2017 

1) Here is the new vocabulary list. Quiz on Thursday, November 2.  All for Thursday complete 7 English to Latin sentences.  Email if you need these. 

2) Come to class on Tuesday with your pumpkin, handouts, costumes and be ready to present.   Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.  Use the website for sources to compare with Ovid's version.   See past pumpkins below. 

3) Old:  Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE    

Agenda/Homework for Friday, October 27, 2017 

Here is the new vocabulary list. Quiz on Thursday, November 2.  

Come to class on Friday prepared to work on  Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.  Use the website for sources to compare with Ovid's version.   See past pumpkins below. 

Old:  Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE    

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, October 24, 2017 

Here is the new vocabulary list. Quiz on Friday, Oct. 27. 

1)  First Quarter Test is Thursday, Oct. 26.  Value 200 points.  HERE IS THE STUDY GUIDE        Don't forget UNUS NAUTA words and -ius paradigm, demonstrative adjectives, personal and reflexive pronouns, possessive adjectives, the relative pronoun, passive voice and participles.   Keep reviewing stories read in class, vocabulary, morphology and syntax. 

2) Review Latin's four participles and complete the sentences on the Green Sheet numbers 1- 6 (front and back).  HW grade.  Work independently

3) Finish reading/translating  paragraphs 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars secunda)- new handout.  Email if you need it.   Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class.  

4) Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.  Use the website for sources to compare with Ovid's version.   See past pumpkins below. 

5) Old:  Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE    

 

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, October 20, 2017 

Here is the new vocabulary list. Quiz on Friday, Oct. 27. 

1) Quiz on Participles.  40-50 points.  Be able to form 4 participles, literally translate into English and elevate into subordinate clauses with relative tense considered.  You may wish to review  a) and b) below:  

a) Read and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. 

b) Read and study page 3.5 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE   Email if you need this. 

2) Complete English to Latin Sentences on the green sheet.  Do only # 1 and 2. 

3) Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE      

4) Finish paragraph 4 (on the following page) for Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars prima) and read/translate paragraphs 1 and 2 of Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars secunda)- new handout.  Email if you need it.   Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class.  See Renaissance painting of Atalanta and Hippomenes above and below. 

5) Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.  Use the website for sources to compare with Ovid's version. 

6) Keep reviewing stories read in class.  First Quarter Test is Thursday, Oct. 26.  Value 200 points. 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, October 19, 2017 

1) Work on Participles in the following order: 

a) Read and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. 

b) Read and study page 3.5 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE   Email if you need this. 

c) Complete pages 4 and 5 and sentences 2-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE      HW Grade

2) Finish paragraph 4 (on the following page) for Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars prima) and read/translate paragraphs 1 and 2 of Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars secunda)- new handout.  Email if you need it.   Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class.  See Renaissance painting of Atalanta and Hippomenes above and below. 

3) What does the verb:  videor, videri, visus sum mean and what syntax comes with this verb? Give a translation of each principal part of the verb and translate:     Haec rana mihi tristis videtur. 

4) Old:   Finish all verb games in handout on passive voice.   HW grade. 

5) Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.  Use the website for sources to compare with Ovid's version. 

6) Keep reviewing stories read in class.  First Quarter Test is Thursday, Oct. 26.  Value 200 points. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, October 17, 2017 

1) What does the verb:  videor, videri, visus sum mean and what syntax comes with this verb? Give a translation of each principal part of the verb and translate:     Haec rana mihi tristis videtur. 

1.5) Finish all verb games in handout on passive voice.  HW grade. 

2) Finish paragraph 4 (on the following page) for Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars prima) and read/translate paragraphs 1 and 2 of Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars secunda)- new handout.  Email if you need it.   Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class.  See Renaissance painting of Atalanta and Hippomenes above and below. 

3) Janus or double-sided quiz (Passive Voice & Review of Verbs Vocabulary) for the grade book (approx. 40 + 40 points = 80 points):

a) on passive voice: Latin morphology for all six tenses indicative, their English translation, and present passive infinitives, and two version of the new sexy verb game.  Watch videos if needed to internalize passive morphology.   See videos in # 5 below, if necessary. 

b) Here is the new  vocabulary list for verbal morphological review and passive voice.   Quiz on Tuesday, October 16.  Know all principal parts. 

4) Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.

5) PASSIVE VOICE Videos:  

        Passive Voice PRESENT System Tenses: 

Present Tense Passive Voice

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice

Future Tense Passive Voice

         Passive Voice PERFECT System Tenses

         Perfect Passive Indicative 

         Pluperfect Passive Indicative

        Future Perfect Passive Indicative

6) Keep reviewing stories read in class.  First Quarter Test is Thursday, Oct. 26.  Value 200 points. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, October 12, 2017 

1) Read and translate paragraph 3 and 4 (on the following page) for Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars prima).  Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class. 

2) Watch the videos in # 3 below (especially on the perfect system tenses) and then complete pages 1, 2, 3 4 of the new Passive Voice handout.   See your charts with verbal morphology or appendix of Wheelock. 

3) PASSIVE VOICE Videos:  Expect a short quiz. 

        Passive Voice PRESENT System Tenses: 

Present Tense Passive Voice

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice

Future Tense Passive Voice

         Passive Voice PERFECT System Tenses

         Perfect Passive Indicative 

         Pluperfect Passive Indicative

        Future Perfect Passive Indicative

4) Here is the new  vocabulary list for verbal morphological review and passive voice.   Quiz on Tuesday, October 16.

5) Keep reviewing stories read in class.  Test is coming in a fortnight. 

6) Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, October 10, 2017 

1) Read and translate paragraphs 1 and 2 and half of 3 for Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars prima).  Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class. 

2) Complete pages 2, 3, 4 of Verbal Morphology handout and begin learning the attached list of verbs - all 4 principal parts. Most you know or should know already.  Translate the list of verbs into English.   Here are some videos if you need to review verbal morphology in more detail

3) PASSIVE VOICE in the present system:  Start learning or review the passive voice of the present, imperfect and future.   Watch these videos on the passive voice in the present system and take notes. 

Present Tense Passive Voice

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice

Future Tense Passive Voice

4) Here is the new  vocabulary list Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima   Quiz on Tuesday, October 9.

5) Keep reviewing stories read in class.  Test is coming in a fortnight. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, October 6, 2017 

1) Finish quiz on the relative pronoun and sign pledge.   

2) Complete the first page of Verbal Morphology handout.  Translate the list of verb into English. Here are some videos if you need to review verbal morphology in more detail

3) Turn in the assignment for Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima  Here is the assignment if you need it.   Sign pledge. 

4) Here is the new  vocabulary list Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima   Quiz on Tuesday, October 9.

5) Keep reviewing stories read in class. 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, October 5, 2017 

1) Consolidation quiz on Thursday, Oct. 5 on the relative pronoun, demonstrative adjectives, UNUS NAUTA words, personal pronouns, possessive adjectives and reflexive pronouns.  Study also objective and partitive genitive, genitive after memor and oblitus dative of the possessor and dative of the possessor.   You should reWatch this short video on qui, quae, quod and read/study Wheelock, page 139-40. 

2) Finish Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars SECUNDA  all paragraphs

3) Turn in the assignment for Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Secunda.  Here is the assignment if you need it.   Sign pledge. 

4) Here is the new  vocabulary list Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima   Quiz on Tuesday, October 9. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, October 3, 2017 

1) Work to be done on Relative Pronouns: 

a) You should reWatch this short video on qui, quae, quod and read/study Wheelock, page 139-40. 

b) In Relative Pronoun (qui, quae, quod) handout complete the 6 sentences (English to Latin) on page 4.  Here is vocabulary to help.   Turn these in on Tuesday.   Graded for correctness.    40-60 points.  Work independently and sign the pledge.  If you show them to me before or on Monday, I will mark your mistakes and give you a chance to correct them. 

c) Consolidation quiz on Thursday, Oct. 5 on the relative pronoun, demonstrative adjectives, UNUS NAUTA words, personal pronouns, possessive adjectives and reflexive pronouns. 

2) For Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima complete paragraph THREE and FOUR and at the same time finish the assignment of on case syntax.  Here is the assignment if you need it.    I will ask to see the translation and assignment.   See images of Pyramus and Thisbe above and below. 

3) Here is the new  vocabulary list Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima   Quiz in 10 days. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, September 29, 2017 

1)Watch this short video on qui, quae, quod and take notes. 

2) Complete pages 1 with questions and 3 with sentences (3-9) of new handout on Relative Pronoun: qui, quae, quod.   HW grade. 

2) Finish reading and writing out a translation for Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima (paragraph THREE) and complete the assignment attached down to f) ore. Use handout on case syntax for help justifying the syntax of nouns.   I will ask to see the translation and assignment.   See images of Pyramus and Thisbe above and below. 

4) vocabulary list.   Quiz on Friday, Sept.  29  Approx. 50 points

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, September 28, 2017 

1) Big Fat Furry Quiz (at least 50 points) on: ego, tu, nos, vos (personal pronouns),  3rd person Reflexive Pronouns (----, sui, sibi, se, se), 3rd person Reflexive Adjective (suus, a, um), UNUS NAUTA words and hic, ille, iste, ipse, is, idem (demonstrative adjectives).    Nikhil should learn the paradigm of idem, eadem, idem for this quiz.  Be able to answer the following questions as part of this quiz:   Which word in a sentence will be the antecedent of a reflexive pronoun or adjective?   What case do reflexive pronouns lack?  What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  How do you determine the gender and number, and therefore the English translation of a reflexive pronoun or adjective?  What part of speech is ipse, ipsa, ipsum and why is often confused by students with ----, sui, sibi, se, se

2) Finish reading and writing out a translation for Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima (paragraphs 1-3) and complete the assignment attached down to f) ore. Use handout on case syntax for help justifying the syntax of nouns.   I will ask to see the translation and assignment.   See images of Pyramus and Thisbe above and below. 

3) Start learning this vocabulary list.   Quiz on Friday, Sept.  29  Approx. 50 points

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, September 26, 2017 

1) Watch this video if you need to review personal pronouns: ego, tu, nos, vos. 

2) Work  on 3rd person Reflexive Pronouns (----, sui, sibi, se, se) and 3rd person Reflexive Adjective (suus, a, um):       Watch the last two minutes of this video.                      Dhru is sui generis.       

a)Read and study the paradigms and notes on pages 1-6 of Reflexive Rabbits.  Email if you need this handout. 

d) Answer these questions:  Which word in a sentence will be the antecedent of a reflexive pronoun or adjective?   What case do reflexive pronouns lack?  What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  How do you determine the gender and number and therefore the English translation of a reflexive pronoun or adjective?  What part of speech is ipse, ipsa, ipsum and why is often confused by students with ----, sui, sibi, se, se

c) Complete all sentences 1-30 (MASSIVE HW grade) on pages 7-9 of Reflexive Rabbits. 

2) Start learning this vocabulary list.   Quiz on Friday, Sept.  29  Approx. 50 points. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, September 22, 2017 

1) Complete all of page one of take-home quiz and the first 3 sentences on the back of the quiz on  UNUS NAUTA words.  Work individually and sign pledge and the first 3 sentences on the back of the quiz.  Here is vocabulary to help: 

Sentence D:  rex, regis (m)      Gallia, -ae (f)       imperium, -ii (n) 

Sentence E;  furor, furoris (m)     iacio, iacere, iecī, iactus     fulmen, fulminis (n)     turba, -ae (f) crowd           tempus, temporis (n) 

Sentence F:  forma, -ae (f)    maneo, manere     auxilium, -ii (n) help     deus, dei (m) 

Sentence 1:  consul, consulis (m)     virgo, virginis (f)   tempus, temporis (n)       amo, amare

Sentence 2:   video, videre, vidi, visus    via, -ae (f)   oculus, oculi (m)    aureus, a, um 

Sentence 3:    regnum, regni (n)     audeo, audere     paro (1)     bellum, -i (n)  tempus, temporis (n) 

2) Old: Complete sentences (English to Latin) 1 and 2 of Assignment for Servius Tullius.   HW Grade. 

3) Review/study De Serviī Tulliī Morte (On The Death of Servius Tullius) See me at lunch if you would like help.  . 

4) Start learning this vocabulary list.   Quiz in 8 days.  Approx. 50 points. 

5) What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  Review is, ea, id.

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, September 21, 2017 

1) Old: Complete sentences (English to Latin) 1 and 2 of Assignment for Servius Tullius.   HW Grade. 

2) Graded quiz on the UNUS NAUTA  words and their paradigm and the demonstrative adjectives of the -ius paradigm (hic, ille, is, idem, iste, ipse).   Here are videos and paradigms to aid your study. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the remaining paragraphs of De Serviī Tulliī Morte (On The Death of Servius Tullius) See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   See me for help. 

4) Start learning this vocabulary list.   Quiz in 10 days.  Approx. 50 points. 

5) What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  Review is, ea, id. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, September 19, 2017 

1)  UNUS NAUTA words: 

a) Learn the UNUS NAUTA  words and their paradigms. 

b) Complete page one and two of handout including sentences (Latin to English) #5-13. 

2) What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  Review is, ea, id. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the 2nd and 3rd paragraph of De Serviī Tulliī Morte (On The Death of Servius Tullius) See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   See me for help. 

4) Old: Complete sentences (English to Latin) 1 and 2 of Assignment for Servius Tullius.   HW Grade. 

4) Vocabulary Quiz for The Reign of Servius Tullius.    Vocabulary on Tuesday,  Sept. 19   Bonus on quiz will to decline:         hoc totum regnum   or   haec tota res

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, September 15, 2017 

1) Begin learning the words of the -ius variation on the 1st/2nd declension paradigm that are captured by the acronym UNUS NAUTA.   See notes and handout for new story The Death of Servius Tullius. 

2) What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent? 

3) Read and write out a translation for the first paragraph of De Serviī Tulliī Morte (On The Death of Servius Tullius) See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   See me for help. 

4) Complete sentences (English to Latin) 1 and 2 of Assignment for Servius Tullius.   HW Grade. 

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list for The Reign of Servius Tullius.    Vocabulary on Tuesday,  Sept. 19

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, September 14, 2017 

1)  Review morphology of is, ea, id.    Do all sentences (fill in the banks) in section C of handout on is, ea, id.  Email if you need this.  HW grade.  To review is, ea, id  Watch this video 

2)    Quiz on declension review and is, ea, id as a week demonstrative adjective.   Format will be similar to recently completed exercises and will also include some theoretical or conceptual questions from the review.     Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the FINAL paragraph of The Reign of Servius Tullius. See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   See me for help. 

4) Complete sentences (English to Latin) 1 and 2 of Assignment for Servius Tullius.   HW Grade. 

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list for The Reign of Servius Tullius.    Vocabulary quiz in 5 days. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, September 12, 2017 

1) Watch this video and learn/review the declension/paradigm of is, ea, id, which is a weak demonstrative adjective that follows the -ius variation of the first/second declension.  Observe theses example:      ea paella - the/that girl     is gladius = the sword              id mare = the sea                       ea = the woman or she        is = the man or he        id = the thing or it.       ea saxa = the rocks        

2) Review of Latin Nouns and Adjectives:

a) Rapid Review: Latin Nouns & Adjectives:  Complete questions  6 and 7 and 14 and 15.   The sentence in 7 should read:  In a short time our leader, a man of great courage, will give the heavy booty to the brave animals by hand.  Here is some vocabulary to help:  tempus temporis (n)       brevis, breve -short, briefdux, ducis (m) leader     virtus, virtutis (f) courage        praeda, -ae (f) booty       animal, -is (n)       manus, -ūs (f) hand   See Wheelock for help.   Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives.

b) Complete B (second page) of Declension Review Exercises- Nouns & Adjectives    Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the first paragraph of The Reign of Servius Tullius. See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   See me for help. 

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list for The Reign of Servius Tullius.    Vocabulary quiz in 7 days. 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, September 7, 2017 

1) Review notes from class: 1) what is a finite verb? 2) what is the function of the nominative case? 3) What is the meaning of semantics, morphology and syntax? 4) What is the grammatical relationship between the subjective and the finite verb? 5) What is the grammatical relationship between a noun and a modifying adjective?   

2) Review of Latin Nouns and Adjectives:

a) Rapid Review: Latin Nouns & Adjectives:  Complete questions 1-7.  See Wheelock for help.  Finish the remaining questions for Tuesday's class. Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives.

b) Complete section A (first page) of Declension Review Exercises- Nouns & Adjectives  Do B (second page) for Tuesday's class.   Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the first paragraph of The Reign of Servius Tullius. See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   You should be exhausted when you have finish this, like the poor little rabbit below.  See picture. 

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list for The Reign of Servius Tullius.    Vocabulary quiz in 10 days. 

 

 

1) Finish/review (read/translate) all of De Tarquinio Prisco Rege story.  Be prepared to read/translate orally in class.   

2) Quiz on the morphology of ego, tu, nos, vos. Read/study Wheelock pages 87-89.  Watch this video on personal pronouns.  Do not forget possessive adjectives meus, tuus, noster, vester.   What is an objective genitive?   What cases do words of remembering (memor, memoris)  and forgetting (oblitus, a, um) govern?   What do mei, tui, nostri, vestri not express?   Study your notes from class. 

3) Here is the list for our first vocabulary quiz.   Quiz on Tuesday, September 21. Know the complete dictionary entry. 

Homework for Thursday, September 15, 2016

1) Finish (read/translate) all of De Tarquinio Prisco Rege story.   See vocabulary list for help.  Be prepared to read/translate orally in class.   Email me at: aberrantadventures@mac.com,  if you have questions.    Review what we have read in class.  See me for help at lunch. 

2) Graded QUIZ on nouns and adjectives of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd declensions. Know TUNUS words and is, ea, id , which follow 1st/2nd declension paradigm but have -ius in genitive singular and  in dative singular of all genders.   Click here for a handout on 3rd I-stem nouns

3) Things to Review: 

a) How does the enclitic coordinating conjunction -que function? Give 3 rules. 

b) List the SIDSPACE prepositions and their English meanings. 

c) Review timeline for Roman History.  Know dates and events. 

d) What is the difference between an infinitive (amare) and a finite verb (amamus)?  

e) What this video on personal pronouns.  

4) Here is the list for our first vocabulary quiz.   Quiz on Tuesday, September 21. Know the complete dictionary entry. 

Homework for Tuesday, September 13, 2016

1) Study the paradigms of 1st/2nd (video, if you need it) and 3rd declension adjectives.  Read Wheelock pages 131-3.  Then  watch this video and take notes.     Click here for more videos and paradigms, if needed. 

2) Complete Side B of the Salmon/Coral Colored take-home quiz.   Remember that totus, a, um and is, ea, id follow 1st/2nd declension paradigm but have -ius in genitive singular and in dative singular of all genders.  Here is the paradigm for is, ea, id. 

3) For the De Tarquinio Prisco Rege story (handed out in class) review the first paragraph and translate the 2nd paragraph. See vocabulary list for help.  Be prepared to read/translate orally in class.   Email me at: aberrantadventures@mac.com,  if you have questions.    

 

4) Here is the list for our first vocabulary quiz.   Quiz on Tuesday, September 21. Know the complete dictionary entry. 

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Homework for Thursday, September 8, 2016

1) Review notes from today's class.  Know these terms: infinitive, finite verb, subject-verb agreement, present system tenses, perfect system tenses,  vocabulary, morphology, syntax, nominative, genitive, dative, accusative and ablative.   Pages 12-3 of Wheelock may be help for some of these concepts. 

2) Finish reading/writing out a translation for the paragraph one of De Tarquinio Prisco Rege story (handed out in class) Do only first paragraph and see vocabulary list for help.  Be prepared to read/translate orally in class.   Email me at: aberrantadventures@mac.com,  if you have questions.    

 

4) If you need review of the perfect tense, read page 71-2 of Latin Via Ovid and then watch this video.  For the pluperfect tense watch this video

See Wheelock page 501 for a summary of all tenses in the perfect system. 

Here are some online dictionary that are useful: 

Latin Dictionary at University of Notre Dame

Latin Dictionary at Perseus

 

 

 

 

Homework for Monday, October 26, 2015

1) Finish reading  the first page of From Aeneas to Romulus story.  I have fixed some typos and added more vocabulary. Click here to download the new version.   See and examine the altar below for images  of Romulus and Remus. 

2) Finish the sentences on page 4 (last page) of passive morphology handout and  correct page 3 of passive morphology exercises.  Here is the answer key.  

2.5) Quiz on the passive voice of present system. Review notes on passive voice and recite forms aloud to cement these in our memory.   Know also how to form and translate present passive infinitives.   

3)  Work on the 4th declension paradigm: 

a) Watch these two short videos: 1) Short Video on masc./fem. 4th declension words.  2) Short video on neuter nouns of 4th declension. 

b) Complete pages 6 and 8 of new handout titled From Aeneas to Romulus, etc. 

c) Recite the 4th declension paradigm aloud. 

3.5) Bring quiz returned with the 7 sentences that I returned earlier in the week. 

4) Work Mythological pumpkin project.  See me for help or with questions.  I must schedule some of you to present on Thursday.   Extra credit for those who volunteer to present on Thursday. 

 

Homework for Friday, October 23, 2015

1) Finish pages 2 and 3 of Thursday's 4 page handout on the passive voice. 

2) Review notes on passive voice and recite forms aloud to cement these form in our memory.  Quiz will come on Monday.   

3) Watch this short video and take notes.  Short Video.

Bring quiz returned today and the 7 sentences that I returned earlier in the week. 

4) Work Mythological pumpkin project. See me for help or with questions. 

 

Homework for Thursday, October 22, 2015

1) Use my answer key to correct your seven sentences. Bring this to class to show me and discuss on Thursday. 

2) Passive Voice: 

a) Recite the passive personal endings for the present system aloud and note how present passive infinitives are formed in each conjugation. See page one of new handout. 

 b) You may wish to rewatch these videos on the passive voice in the present system and take notes. 

Present Tense Passive Voice

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice

Future Tense Passive Voice

c) Read pages 53-57 titled Introduction to the Passive Voice and say forms aloud.   Your green morphological charts are also useful.  Use this information to complete the charts in Morphology of the Passive Voice in the Present System for  video, videre, vidi, visus, a, um and iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus on pages 3 and 5 of handout. 

d) Complete sentences 1-8 in the handout on passive voice on pages 7-8 and note uses of the ablative of personal agent (ab or ā + ablative case). 

2) Choose a partner or two for the mythological pumpkin. Then choose a myth from Ovid's Metamorphoses and email this to me.  Also email with questions. 

 

Homework for Tuesday, October 20, 2015

1) Complete the two verb games for video and ago.  See green handouts for guidance. 

2) Passive Voice:  Watch these videos on the passive voice in the present system and take notes.  This is new and crucial.  See green verbal morphological charts for passive morphology.  What are the passive personal endings for the present system?  

Present Tense Passive Voice

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice

Future Tense Passive Voice

3) Consolidation quiz (100 points) on all demonstrative adjectives (is, hic, ille, iste, idem, ipse), person pronouns (ego, tu, nos, vos), possessive adjectives (meus, tuus, noster, vester, suus) and reflexive pronouns, especially ------, sui, sibi, se, se.   Know morphology of all the above.  What is the relation between a pronoun and its antecedent?  Know also six uses of the genitive case, especially the partitive and objective genitive.    I will use vocabulary mainly from the last list for this quiz.  See handouts,  videos below from old HW and chapters in Wheelock.  

4) Choose a partner or two for the mythological pumpkin. Then choose a myth from Ovid's Metamorphoses and email this to me. 

 

Homework forThursday, October 15, 2015

1) Read and study the new handout on Reflexive Pronouns, especially (-----, sui, sibi, se, se), the reflexive possessive adjective suus, a, um and Ipse, Ipsa, Ipsum.  Know paradigms and observation concerning syntax.  Then complete all short sentences on the last three pages of this handout.   These sentences should also help with vocabulary for the quiz below. 

2) Vocabulary quiz on Thursday, October 15.  Click on Willy the Magnificent for a somewhat shortened list for this quiz.  

 

Homework for Tuesday, October 13, 2015

1) Review the paradigm of is, ea, id.  Read/study pages 85-90 of Wheelock.  Also learn the paradigm of īdem, eadem, idem.   Note its function as both a pronoun and a weak demonstrative adjective. Old but essential:  Complete the handout with questions and exercises.   Email if you need this.   Here is video on is, ea, id.   Watch again and recite all paradigms aloud. 

2) Complete sentences 4-7 of the seven English to Latin Sentences.  See handout on Genitive case syntax for help and/or email me with questions. 

 3) Complete the final paragraph of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. 

4) Read over page 105 to 107 of Wheelock and you should familiarize yourself with the concept of REFLEXIVE.    

5) Vocabulary quiz on Thursday, October 15.  Click on Willy the Magnificent for a somewhat shortened list for this quiz.  

 

Homework for Friday, October 9, 2015

1) Learn the paradigm of is, ea, id.  Complete the handout with questions and exercises. Expect a short quiz tomorrow.    Email if you need this.   Here is video on is, ea, id. 

2) Complete sentences 1-3 of the seven English to Latin Sentences.  See handout on Genitive case syntax for help. 

 3) Old: Complete the chart on page 8 of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. Change the adjective at the top to match the gender, #, and case of the nouns on the left. 

4) Prepare to chant hic and ille aloud in halls on Friday. 

Homework for Thursday, October 8, 2015

1) Read and study my two page handout on six slimy uses of the genitive case. Focus on the partitive  and objective genitives.  Understanding these genitives is crucial.  See me for help. 

2) Quiz on the morphology/paradigms of ego, tu, nos, vos, hic, ille, iste and download and complete these exercises. You may wish to rewatch:  This video on personal pronouns is also useful. 

 4) Old: Complete the chart on page 8 of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. Change the adjective at the top to match the gender, #, and case of the nouns on the left. 

5) Review and/or finish the penultimate paragraph of the Aeneas/Dido story. 

5)  Old:  Verbal Morphology: Complete the verb games on pages 11 and 12 of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. I think you have done enough work to review the perfect system but if you feel you need extra practice, let me know. Extra credit available. See Wheelock pages 96-98 for additional review. 

6) Prepare to chant hic and ille aloud in halls on Friday. 

 

Homework for Tuesday, October 6, 2015

1) Verbal Morphology: 

a) Complete the verb games on pages 11 and 12 of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. I think you have done enough work to review the perfect system but if you feel you need extra practice, let me know. Extra credit available. See Wheelock pages 96-98 for additional review. 

b) Quiz Tuesday on all verbal morphology (present and prefect system active voice) reviewed.  Do not neglect irregular verbs: sum, possum, fero, fio, eo, volo, malo, nolo.  See Wheelock pages 506-9 for complete paradigms of these verbs. 

2) Nominal Morphology: 

a) Complete the chart on page 8 of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. Change the adjective at the top to match the gender, #, and case of the nouns on the left. 

b) Review the -ius paradigm: hic, ille and TUNUS words. 

c) Watch and take notes on this video and that video.  Learn the paradigm of is, ea, id.  Recite this aloud.   This video on personal pronouns is also useful. 

 

2) Demonstratives and -ius paradigm: 

a) Watch this video on hic, haec, hoc and take notes. 

b) Review the TŪNŪS -ius adjectives and learn the paradigm for hic, ille, iste.  Say these aloud and loud.   See Wheelock page 71-74. 

c) Compete (exercises I, II, III) of the double sided handout on demonstratives titled Notes and Exercises for Demonstrative Rabbits.   Note how demonstratives may be used as adjectives, substantives or pronouns (1, 2, 3 of handout).  What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  How do you determine the gender and number of a pronoun?  How do you determine the case of a pronoun?  Click on the rabbit, if you need this. 

d)  Expect a quiz on the -ius paradigm, including the demonstrative that follow this paradigm - hic, ille, ista

Homework for Thursday,October 1, 2015

1) Complete pages the last two pages of Verbal Morphology is a Sexy Monkey.  Use green charts for irregular verbs.   See Wheelock chapter one and use your the last page of your green charts to find the 8 irregular verbs.  Click here for this, if you needed it.    

2) Demonstratives and -ius paradigm: 

a) Watch this video on hic, haec, hoc and take notes. 

b) Review the TŪNŪS -ius adjectives and learn the paradigm for hic, ille, iste.  Say these aloud and loud.   See Wheelock page 71-74. 

c) Compete (exercises I, II, III) of the double sided handout on demonstratives titled Notes and Exercises for Demonstrative Rabbits.   Note how demonstratives may be used as adjectives, substantives or pronouns (1, 2, 3 of handout).  What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  How do you determine the gender and number of a pronoun?  How do you determine the case of a pronoun?  Click on the rabbit, if you need this. 

d)  Expect a quiz on the -ius paradigm, including the demonstrative that follow this paradigm - hic, ille, ista

3) Finish reading and translating the second paragraph of the new story on the Aeneas legend.  See vocabulary list in the packet for help and/or use this one line dictionary: Latin Dictionary at University of Notre Dame

 

4) Review paragraph one of the Aeneas story.   Omit the word Troianos near the end of the first paragraph.  Find two example of a genitive of description in this paragraph. 

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Homework for Tuesday, September 29, 2015

1) Complete pages 4-8 of Verbal Morphology is a Sexy Monkey.    See Wheelock chapter one and use your the last page of your green charts to find the 8 irregular verbs.  Click here for this, if you needed it.       You may wish to rewatch the videos below prior to beginning the exercises.  Green charts of verbal morphology are also your friend. 

Video on the Present Tense

Video on Future Tense

2) Review and learn the -ius paradigm which is followed by the adjectives totus, a, um (whole, entire)and ille, illa, illud (that/those) and hic, haec, hoc.(this/these).     Expect a quiz on the paradigm of totus or ille on Tuesday.    I will post a video to watch soon.   See page 7 of the new story packet.  Decline the words below at the bottom of page 7 illa regina,  hoc mare,                   corpus totum.

3) Finish reading and translating the first paragraph of the new story on the Aeneas legend.  See vocabulary list in the packet for help and/or use this one line dictionary: Latin Dictionary at University of Notre Dame

4) Old: Review notes and webpage on the Aeneas legend. Examine the images as well.  Click here for the page.           

5) See picture of Delos below and locate this island on a map. 

 

Homework for Thursday, September 24, 2015

1) Review notes on Latin verbs.  Investigate and caress your new green verbal morphological charts. These will be your friend.  Put them with pick adjective/nouns charts.  Click here for a digital copy. 

2) Complete pages 1-4 of Verbal Morphology is a Sexy Monkey.   See Wheelock chapter one and use your the last page of your green charts to find the 8 irregular verbs.  Click here for this, if you needed it. 

Video on the Present Tense

Video on Future Tense

3) Complete and turn in sentences 6 and 7 English to Latin.  Label all noun syntax.  Turn this in for a grade (40 points).   Email or see me with questions.    What is special about appropinquo

4) First vocabulary quiz on Thursday, September 25. Here is the list.   Do not leave studying this list to the last minute.   50 points. 

5) Review notes and webpage on the Aeneas legend. Examine the images as well.  Click here for the page. 

Homework for Tuesday, September 22, 2015

1) Final quiz on all things 1st, 2nd and especially 3rd declension.  See Wheelock and pink charts to review.    50 points. 

2) Complete sentences 1 to 5 of the English to Latin: Seven Sexy Sentences.   Make sure you give the syntax of each noun.   See handout on case syntax for help.   You may email with questions. 

3) Complete this version of declension fun. Change the nouns on the left to agree in gender, #, and case with the adjective at the top.   Click here for declension fun

3) Review the Troia Capta et Aeneas Profugus story and continue to learn vocabulary.    This will appear on our first test, so keep reviewing, rereading, etc. 

4) First vocabulary quiz on Thursday, September 25. Here is the list.   Do not leave studying this list to the last minute.  

 

Homework for Friday, September 18, 2015

1) Review all things 3rd declension and complete the chart/grid that asks you to change the morphology of each noun on the left to agree in gender, # and case with the adjective at the top (novus, a, um = new; acer, acris, arce - fierce, sharp, bitter).   Here is a copy if you need it.   Graded. 

2) Finish to the very end the assignment titled Grammatical Concepts and Syntax for Troia Capta.  I will ask to see this.  Email me if you need this. 

3) Review the Troia Capta et Aeneas Profugus story and continue to learn vocabulary for next week's vocabulary quiz.   Here is the list.  

4) Give me extra credit answers on Friday. 

 



Homework for Thursday, September 17, 2015

1) Review story Troia Capta. Chick here for a corrected version. Be able to read/translate without aid of your translation or notes.   Review grammatical concepts discussed in this story.    We will finish it on Thursday.  Also begin learning the vocabulary list for this story.  Click here for the version for the quiz on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015. 

2) Work on the Wretched, but Crucial 3rd Declension: 

a) Review notes on the third declension nouns and adjectives.  Practice saying these paradigms aloud.  You may wish to review the videos from last class's homework below.  Also see charts below.   

b) Read CAPVT XIV pages 114-5 on 3rd decl. "i" stem nouns and how to identify them.

c)  Learn the weird "i" stems paradigm of vis, vis (f) in CAPVT XIV.    Click here for the full paradigm.       DO NOT CONFUSE VIS, VIS (F) WITH VIR, VIRI (M) - MAN

d) Do exercises on page 422 of Wheelock for CAPVT XIV, numbers 1 to 5 only.  Write out answers and sign pledge.    You may need to look up a few words in back of Wheelock.  I will ask to see this. 

e) Quiz (40 points) on all things third declensions in the form of declining noun/adjective pairs. I will choose the words from the Wheelock chapters VII, XIV, and XVI.    I will also include the odd word from the 1st and 2nd declension.  Email with questions.   

3) Read page 53 of new handout titled REVIEW OF CASE USES and complete Practice Five on the following pages.  

4) ) Old: Examine and know characters/images on on The Aeneas Legend page. 

Old Homework 

3) Complete questions and declensions on page 7 and 8 of Troia Capta handout. See WheelockChapters II, III and IV, if you need to review the first and second declension from Latin I.   See also Wheelock pages 17 and 27 to find some masculine words of the first declension to explain the acronym "APPIANS". 

4) Short review quiz on first and second declension nouns and adjectives (20 points).  

5) Who are the four individuals in the scene below.  See vocabulary list from Troia Capta?

1) Review notes from today's class.  Know these terms: infinitive, finite verb, appositive, vocabulary, morphology, syntax, nominative, genitive, dative, accusative and ablative.  Pages 12-3 of Wheelock may be help for some of these. 

2) Finish reading/writing out a translation for the Troia Capta et Aeneas Profugus story.  Do only first paragraph and see vocabulary list for help on pages 5 and 6 of handout.  Email me at:

aberrantadventures@mac.com,  if you have questions.    

Here are some online dictionary that are useful: 

Latin Dictionary at University of Notre Dame

Latin Dictionary at Perseus

3) Complete questions and declensions on page 7 and 8 of Troia Capta handout. See Wheelock Chapters II, III and IV, if you need to review the first and second declension from Latin I.   See also Wheelock pages 17 and 27 to find some masculine words of the first declension to explain the acronym "APPIANS". 

4) Short review quiz on first and second declension nouns and adjectives (20 points).  

5) Who are the four individuals in the scene below.  See vocabulary list from Troia Capta?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework/Agenda for 8th period for Tuesday, May 24, 2019 and the week

1) For Tuesday Bring and review date sentences and the handout on syntax.

2) Finish and review Catullus 101

3) Thursday for 8th Period. 4th quarter test will be during the long 3 hour block. Value 200 points. It will focus on reading authentic Latin including The death of Pliny, Matron of Ephesus, Caesar’s Invasion of Britain, the Death of Camilia and Catullus 101. Review also subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. Value 200 points Know ellipsis, anastrophe hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB).

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Wednesday, May 29, 2019

1) Finish reading and translating the the preface of Livy’s account of the 2nd Punic War. Be able to read and translate in class.

2) Review notes on the punic wars. Study the maps below. Watch this short video and take notes (will be on final exam).

3) For Wednesday Bring and review dative sentences and the handout on syntax.


Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Wednesday/Thursday, May 23/24, 2019

1) Study the first two pages of the Dative Syntax handout and do the first five sentences.

2) Read and write out a translation for Catullus 101. Use the vocabulary and commentary (separate page to help). Be able to read orally in class.

3) Review and bring the Death of Camilia from the Aeneid. We need to finish the last few lines.

4) 4th quarter test will be during the long 3 hour block. Friday for 5th Period. Value 200 points. It will focus on reading authentic Latin including The death of Pliny, Matron of Ephesus, Caesar’s Invasion of Britain, the Death of Camilia and Catullus 101. Review also subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. Value 200 points

Homework/Agenda for 8th period for Tuesday, May 22, 2019

1) Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, May 20/21.

2) Finish reading and translating the Death of Camilia from the Aeneid.

2.5) Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. This is may be on the test and/or exam.

3) Review The Matron of Ephesus. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

4) 4th quarter test will be during the long 3 hour block. Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Wedensday, May 23, 2019

1) Study the first two pages of the Dative Syntax handout and do the first five sentences.

2) Read and write out a translation for Catullus 101. Use the vocabulary and commentary (separate page to help). Be able to read orally in class.

3) Review and bring the Death of Camilia from the Aeneid.

4) 4th quarter test will be during the long 3 hour block. Friday for 5th Period. Value 200 points. It will focus on reading authentic Latin including The death of Pliny, Matron of Ephesus, Caesar’s Invasion of Britain, the Death of Camilia and Catullus 101. Review also subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. Value 200 points Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Friday, May 17, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, May 20/21.

1) Complete and turn in pink quiz at the beginning of class. Sign Pledge. You may use a dictionary.

2) Complete the first three pages of Dative Case Morphology. NEW HANDOUT

2.5) Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. This is may be on the test and/or exam.

3) Review The Matron of Ephesus. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

4) 4th quarter test is coming soon (1 week). Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Wednesday/Thursday, May 15/16, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, May 20/21.

1) Quiz the morphology and syntax of the Genitive Case: Study handout on the genitive case START AND KEEPING WATCHING these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24.

2) Complete the first three pages of Dative Case Morphology. NEW HANDOUT

2.5) Review and bring the Caesar at Sight passage.

3) Finish and review The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 63-80 ( lastpages of text). The next page is difficult but the commentary will help. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

4) 4th quarter test is coming soon (1 week). Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Friday, May 17, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, May 20/21.

1) Complete and turn in pink quiz at the beginning of class. Sign Pledge. You may use a dictionary.

2) Complete the first three pages of Dative Case Morphology. NEW HANDOUT

2.5) Review the whole Caesar at Sight passage. This is may be on the test and/or exam.

3) Review The Matron of Ephesus. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

4) 4th quarter test is coming soon (1 week). Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.




Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Monday/Tuesday, May 13/14, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Tuesday, May 21.

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 57-80 ( lastpages of text). The next page is difficult but the commentary will help. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

2) Quiz the morphology and syntax of the Genitive Case: Study handout on the genitive case START AND KEEPING WATCHING these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24.

3) 4th quarter test is coming soon (1 week). Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz on Monday, May 20.

1) Quiz the morphology and syntax of the Genitive Case: Study handout on the genitive case START AND KEEPING WATCHING these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24.

2) Complete the first three pages of Dative Case Morphology.

2.5) Review and bring the Caesar at Sight passage.

3) Finish and review The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 63-80 ( lastpages of text). The next page is difficult but the commentary will help. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

4) 4th quarter test is coming soon (1 week). Review Pliny and Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive syntax, gerund and gerundive, genitive and dative cases. Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Wednesday/Thursday, May 8/9, 2019

Final Vocabulary List for the Matron of Ephesus. Quiz in 7-9 days.

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 40-56 ( pages of text). The next page is difficult but the commentary will help. There is future more vivid condition, a quote from the Dido episode of the Aeneid and verb that governs the ablative case. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, hyperbaton, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

2) Work on the Genitive Case: Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-18 in the handout. Justify all genitives. START AND KEEPING WATCHING these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24. You should have completed them all by the end of the week. Quiz on morphology and syntax of the genitive case soon.

3) Keep reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Monday/Tuesday, May 6/7.

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 21-39 ( pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

2) God Bless the Genitive Case and Owen: Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-18 in the handout. Justify all genitives. Start watching these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24. You should have completed them all by the end of the week. Quiz on morphology and syntax of the genitive case soon.

3) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Monday/Tuesday, May 6/7.

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 21-39 ( pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

2) God Bless the Genitive Case and Owen: Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-18 in the handout. Justify all genitives. Start watching these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24. You should have completed them all by the end of the week. Quiz on morphology and syntax of the genitive case soon.

3) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Wednesday, May 8

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 40-56 ( pages of text). The next page is difficult but the commentary will help. There is future more vivid condition, a quote from the Dido episode of the Aeneid and verb that governs the ablative case. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class. KNOW: ellipsis, asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), and synchysis (ABAB). What form is notāsset? What is this called.

2) God Bless the Genitive Case and Owen: Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-18 in the handout. Justify all genitives. START AND KEEPING WATCHING these videos that review the uses of the genitive case and take notes on each. These are rules numbers 16 to 24. You should have completed them all by the end of the week. Quiz on morphology and syntax of the genitive case soon.

3) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Friday, May 3.

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 8-24 (first 3 pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class.

2) Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-13 in the handout. Justify all genitives.

3) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday/Thursday, 5th/8th Period, May 1/2, 2019

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, lines 1-19 (first 2 and a half pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class.

2) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Friday, May 3

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, LINES 8-24 (first 3 pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text and see me for help prior to class.

2) Study handout on the genitive case and complete sentences 6-13 in the handout. Justify all genitives.

3) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

Homework/Agenda for Monday/Tuesday, 5th & 8th Period, April 26, 2019

1) Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz on Monday/Tuesday April 29/30. Be able to decline id melius opus or illud maius officium  Verb game on the back with either morior, mori or iacio, iacere Value 60-80 points.

2) Prepare to read: The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 40-49. Be able to read and translate in class. Kept this story test is coming soon. This is the last section of Plinius Minor to read.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, 5th Period, April 26, 2019

1) Read and write out a translation of The Matron of Ephesus, lines 1-19 (first 2 and a half pages of text). Use the provided vocabulary and commentary for help. Write out a translation but expect to read from the Latin text alone in class. You may make notes on the text.

2) Start reviewing The death of Pliny, lines 1-50. Test is coming soon on morphology, syntax and translation.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, 8th Period, April 26 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz on Monday/Tuesday April 29/30. Note also verb game on the back.

1) Prepare to read: The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 35-45. Be able to read and translate in class.

2) Important quiz (100 points) on Tues/Wed. on the gerund, gerundive, gerundive of obligation and review of subjunctive syntax, both independent and dependent uses - review the handout on subjunctive syntax. Know vocabulary common with gerund and gerundive, such as opera, gratia, causa, peritus, etc. See list above for the next qui

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday/Wednesday, 5th/8th Period, April 23, 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz on Monday/Tuesday April 29/30. Note also verb game on the back.

1) We will read a lot on this week. For Tues/Wed. be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 25-39. Be able to read and translate in class.

2) Important quiz (100 points) on Tues/Wed. on the gerund, gerundive, gerundive of obligation and review of subjunctive syntax, both independent and dependent uses - review the handout on subjunctive syntax. Know vocabulary common with gerund and gerundive, such as opera, gratia, causa, peritus, etc. See list above for the next quiz.

3) Read pages 1and 2 of new handout on the Gerundive and then COMPLETE PAGE 9 (entences 12…) of sentences in the handout. HW grade. 8th period should make sure they have all sentences and email if they do not have the full handout.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, 8th Period, April 25 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz on Monday/Tuesday April 29/30. Note also verb game on the back.

1) Prepare to read: The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 35-45. Be able to read and translate in class.

2) Important quiz (100 points) on Tues/Wed. on the gerund, gerundive, gerundive of obligation and review of subjunctive syntax, both independent and dependent uses - review the handout on subjunctive syntax. Know vocabulary common with gerund and gerundive, such as opera, gratia, causa, peritus, etc. See list above for the next quiz.

4) 4th Quarter Test/Exam Review: Watch this video to review UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.





Homework/Agenda for Friday, 5th/8th Period, April 19, 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz in 10 days. Start learning now.

1) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 25-34. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this. KEEP REVIEWING THIS STORY

2) Read pages 1and 2 of new handout on the Gerundive and then COMPLETE PAGE 9 (entences 12…) of sentences in the handout. HW grade. 8th period should make sure they have all sentences and email if they do not have the full handout.

3) QUIZ on Gerund and Gerundive and vocabulary common to them on Monday, April 22

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday/Thursday, 5th/8th Period, April 18, 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz in 10 days. Start learning now.

1) Work on the Gerundive:

a) Watch this video and take notes.

b) Read pages 1and 2 of new handout on the Gerundive and then complete pages 7 and 8 (sentences 2-11) of sentences in the handout. HW grade. 8th period should make sure they have all sentences and email if they do not have the full handout.

2) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 20-30. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this. KEEP REVIEWING THIS STORY

Homework/Agenda for Friday, 5th Period, April 20, 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz in 10 days. Start learning now.

1) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 25-34. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this. KEEP REVIEWING THIS STORY

2) Read pages 1and 2 of new handout on the Gerundive and then COMPLETE PAGE 9 (entences 12…) of sentences in the handout. HW grade. 8th period should make sure they have all sentences and email if they do not have the full handout.

3) QUIZ on Gerund and Gerundive and vocabulary common to them on Monday, April 22

Homework/Agenda for Monday/Tuesday, 5th/8th Period, April 16, 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz in 10 days. Start learning now.

1) Quiz on the gerund and vocabulary commonly used with it. This quiz will also review subjunctive syntax.

2) Finish all sentences on page 3-4 of the 2nd gerund handout.

3) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 1-26. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, 5th Period, April 18, 2019

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Here is the new vocabulary list for quiz in 10 days. Start learning now.

1) Work on the Gerundive:

a) Watch this video and take notes.

b) Read pages 1and 2 of new handout on the Gerundive and then complete pages 7 and 8 of sentences in the handout. HW grade.

2) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 20-30. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this. KEEP REVIEWING THIS STORY


Homework/Agenda for Friday, 5th/8th Period, April 12, 2019

1) Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz on Friday, April 12

2) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 1-20. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this.

3) Review notes on the gerund. Quiz on Monday.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday/Thursday 5th/8th Period, April 9/10, 2019

1) Work on the Gerund:

a) Watch this video and take notes.  

b) Read/study pages 1-2 of the Godbless the Gerund (handout) and complete pages 3-4, including all sentences. HW Grade.

c) Quiz on Gerund coming soon.

2) Review and be able to read in class The Death of Pliny the Elder, LINES 1-20. Be able to read and translate in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this.

3) Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz on Friday, April 11


Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Monday/Tuesday, March 25/26, 2019

1) Read and and write a translation of The Death of Pliny the Elder, lines 1-15. Be able to read and translation in class. This will be a little difficult. Vocabulary handout for vocabulary and commentary. Email if you need this.

2) Complete all sentences on pages THREE & FOUR of handout on Conditional sentences. HW grade. WATCH THIS VIDEO AND TAKE NOTES

4) 3rd quarter test on Wednesday and Thursday, March 27/28 (Value 250 points). CLICK HERE FOR THE STUDY GUIDE; a) Review readings from Aeolus to Pliny; b) grammar: deponent verbs, subjunctive syntax/morphology; c) questions from reading and podcast.

Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz in 10 days.

5)Old but bring: Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Friday, March 23, 2019


For Friday’s class: WATCH THIS VIDEO AND TAKE NOTES. Then Study notes on conditional sentences and complete all sentences on pages 1, 2, 3 of handout on Conditional sentences. HW grade.

3rd quarter test on Wednesday and Thursday, March 27/28 (Value 250 points). CLICK HERE FOR THE STUDY GUIDE; a) Review readings from Aeolus to Pliny; b) grammar: deponent verbs, subjunctive syntax/morphology; c) questions from reading and podcast.

Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz in 10 days.


Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Wednesday, Thursday March 20/21, 2019

3rd quarter test on Wednesday and Thursday, March 27/28 (Value 250 points). CLICK HERE FOR THE STUDY GUIDE; a) Review readings from Aeolus to Pliny; b) grammar: deponent verbs, subjunctive syntax/morphology; c) questions from reading and podcast.

Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz in 10 days.

1) For Thrusday: Complete and used handed out key to correct practice CAV test. Bring corrected test to class on Wednesday/Thursday. Turn this in. Mark number of mistakes on first page.

2) For Friday’s class: WATCH THIS VIDEO AND TAKE NOTES. Then Study notes on conditional sentences and complete all sentences on pages 1, 2, 3 of handout on Conditional sentences. HW grade.

3) For Friday: Read and and write a translation of The Death of Pliny the Elder, lines 1-10. Be able to read and translation in class. This will be a little difficult. See last page for notes and vocabulary.

4) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Monday/Tuesday, March 18/19, 2019

3rd quarter test on Wednesday and Thursday, March 27/28 (Value 250 points). CLICK HERE FOR THE STUDY GUIDE; a) Review readings from Aeolus to Pliny; b) grammar: deponent verbs, subjunctive syntax/morphology; c) questions from reading and podcast.

Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz in 10 days.

1) Complete the practice CAV test.

2) Short quiz on result clauses and uses of UT

3) Review notes from class on the cursus honorum and principles of the Res Publica.

4) Read and and write a translation of The Death of Pliny the Elder, lines 1-10. Be able to read and translation in class. This will be a little difficult. See last page for notes and vocabulary.

4) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.

Homework/Agenda for 5th Period, Wednesday, March 20, 2019

3rd quarter test on Wednesday and Thursday, March 27/28 (Value 250 points). CLICK HERE FOR THE STUDY GUIDE; a) Review readings from Aeolus to Pliny; b) grammar: deponent verbs, subjunctive syntax/morphology; c) questions from reading and podcast.

Here is the new vocabulary list for Pliny and a quiz in 10 days.

1) Complete and used handed out key to correct practice CAV test. Bring corrected test to class on Wednesday.

2) Study notes on conditional sentences and complete all sentences on pages 1, 2, 3 of handout on Conditional sentences. HW grade.

3) Read and and write a translation of The Death of Pliny the Elder, lines 1-10. Be able to read and translation in class. This will be a little difficult. See last page for notes and vocabulary.

4) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Wednesday/Thursday, March 13/14, 2019

1) Crucial Work on Result Clauses:

a) Read notes on the result clauses and then answer the page of question on Result clauses.

b) Complete all sentences (Latin to English) on result clauses.

2) Study for and practice the NLE. Click here for another practice test. The key is on the last two pages. You may wish to watch this video to review the outline of Roman History.

3) Reread and review: Catullus VII ; b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

4) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.

Homework/Agenda for 5th period Friday, March 15, 2019

1) Review notes on result clauses and bring finished sentences on Friday.

2) Readings: Finish/prepare the first paragraph of THE SUCCESSION OF THE PLEBS. See pages 3 and 4/5 for more vocabulary. Reread and review: Catullus VII. Keep review all readings Readings TEST on Wednesday/Thursday, March 27/28.

3) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video. I will ask to see this complete and be able to discuss in class.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Monday/Tuesday, March 11/12, 2019

1) Reread and review: Catullus V and VII ; b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

2) Complete, self-correct and bring the practice NLE handed out Friday. Click here for another practice test. The key is on the last two pages. You may wish to watch this video to review the outline of Roman History.

3) Test (value 100 points) on all subjunctive morphology (4 tenses - do forget deponent verbs and irregular verbs), indirect questions (know interrogative pronouns, adjectives and adverbs) sequence of tenses, substantive clauses/indirect command, purpose clauses, and independent subjunctive: jussive, hortatory, volitive, potential and deliberative. Negation is crucial. Know all meanings of ut with both indicative and subjunctive. Click here for the dirt on subjunctive morphology.

4) Finish the last 11 minutes and all questions (be able to show these to me on Monday/Tuesday: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Study the cursus honorum below and watch the first five minutes of this video.


Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Friday, March 8, 2019

1) Reading to Prepare, REVIEW and be able to read orally: a) Catullus V and VII ; b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

2) The subjunctive mood continued:

a) Complete the morphological exercises that follow the selection of Cicero (where we found verbs in the subjunctive mood). Do pages 3, 4, 3, 6. HW grade.

b) Quiz for grade book on all tenses of the subjunctive - morphology. Click here for the dirt on subjunctive morphology

c) OLD BUT IMPORTANT: Study notes on indirect questions and sequence of tenses. Read pages 1-4 of handout and then complete PAGE 6 of same handout. You may wish to read Wheelock, pages 245-248. It is rabbit season, duck season and HW season.

3)Old but Bring: List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Do the 2nd 15 minutes for Wednesday/Thursday. Bring questions with written out answers.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Wednesday/Thursday, March 6/7, 2019

1) Reading to Prepare, REVIEW and be able to read orally in class on Monday/Tuesday: a) First paragraph of Cicero’s in Catalinam. b) Catullus V ; c) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

2) The subjunctive mood continued:

a) Quiz for grade book on all tenses of the subjunctive - morphology. Click here for the dirt on subjunctive morphology

b) Study notes on indirect questions and sequence of tenses. Read pages 1-4 of handout and then complete pages 6 of same handout. You may wish to read Wheelock, pages 245-248. It is rabbit season, duck season and HW season. :

3) List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Do the 2nd 15 minutes for Wednesday/Thursday. Bring questions with written out answers.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th Period, Friday, March 8, 2019

1) Reading to Prepare, REVIEW and be able to read orally Catullus V ; c) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

2) The subjunctive mood continued:

a) Complete the morphological exercises that follow the selection of Cicero (where we found verbs in the subjunctive mood). Do pages 3, 4, 3, 6. HW grade.

b) Quiz for grade book on all tenses of the subjunctive - morphology. Click here for the dirt on subjunctive morphology

c)OLD BUT IMPORTANT: Study notes on indirect questions and sequence of tenses. Read pages 1-4 of handout and then complete PAGE 6 of same handout. You may wish to read Wheelock, pages 245-248. It is rabbit season, duck season and HW season.

3) List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Do the 2nd 15 minutes for Wednesday/Thursday. Bring questions with written out answers.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Tuesday, March 4/5, 2019

1) List to this BBC program and answer questions as you list in handout. Do only the first 15 minutes for Monday/Tuesday. Do the 2nd 15 minutes for Wednesday/Thursday.

1.5) Reading to Prepare, Review and be able to read orally in class on Monday/Tuesday: a) First paragraph of Cicero’s in Catalinam. b) Catullus V ; c) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia).

2) Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5 with subjunctive morphology of verbs from the quiz on the back (60-80 points). Click here for the dirt on subjunctive morphology

3) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Friday, March 1, 2019

Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5.

1) Finish English to Latin sentences 5-6 (first two on 2nd page) in Horatius Joined Under the Damn Bridge. Type out final answers and justify all subjunctives.

2) Work on Subjunctive Morphology:

a) Watch these videos and take notes

The Perfect Active Subjunctive and The Perfect Passive Subjunctive

The Pluperfect Active Subjunctive and The Pluperfect Passive Subjunctive  

b) Complete pages 2, 3, 4 of new handout on perfect and pluperfect subjunctive.

2) Reading to Prepare and Review:

a) Reread and review Catullus V and be prepared to read orally in class. You have both commentary and vocabulary to help with this poem. See me at lunch if you need help with readings.

b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Old: Quinnina bellatrix maxima urbem nostram oppugnatum veniet. Erit mirabile visu, facile factu, terribile dictu. Review: Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Wednesday/Thursday, February 27/28, 2019

Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5.

1) Finish English to Latin sentences 1-4 in Horatius Joined Under the Damn Bridge. Type out final answers and justify all subjunctives.

Watch on the Subjunctive Mood: Quiz on subjunctive morphology, present and imperfect tenses and indirect question, indirect command/noun clauses and on usage of ut + subjunctive and indicative. Ut bene scitis, nobis di saepe imperant ut brevi tempore opera multa agamus.

2) Reading to Prepare and Review:

a) Reread and review Catullus V and be prepared to read orally in class. You have both commentary and vocabulary to help with this poem. See me at lunch if you need help with readings.

b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Old: Quinnina bellatrix maxima urbem nostram oppugnatum veniet. Erit mirabile visu, facile factu, terribile dictu. Review: Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th Period, Friday, March 1, 2019

Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5.

1) Finish English to Latin sentences 5-6 (first two on 2nd page) in Horatius Joined Under the Damn Bridge. Type out final answers and justify all subjunctives.

2) Work on Subjunctive Morphology:

a) Watch these videos and take notes

The Perfect Active Subjunctive and The Perfect Passive Subjunctive

The Pluperfect Active Subjunctive and The Pluperfect Passive Subjunctive  

b) Complete pages 2, 3, 4 of new handout on perfect and pluperfect subjunctive.

2) Reading to Prepare and Review:

a) Reread and review Catullus V and be prepared to read orally in class. You have both commentary and vocabulary to help with this poem. See me at lunch if you need help with readings.

b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Old: Quinnina bellatrix maxima urbem nostram oppugnatum veniet. Erit mirabile visu, facile factu, terribile dictu. Review: Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Monday/Tuesday, February 25/26, 2019

Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5.

1)Watch on the Subjunctive Mood:

a) Review notes from class on indirect question, indirect command/noun clauses and on usage of ut + subjunctive and indicative. Ut bene scitis, nobis di saepe imperant ut brevi tempore opera multa agamus.

b) Download this assignment and complete. It is still homework season.

c) Review morphology of present and imperfect subjunctive. Quiz soon.

2) Reading:

a) Read and write out a translation for Catullus V and be prepared to read orally in class. You have both commentary and vocabulary to help with this poem. See me at lunch if you need help with readings.

b) Finish and review Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Quinnina bellatrix maxima urbem nostram oppugnatum veniet. Erit mirabile visu, facile factu, terribile dictu. Review: Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th Period, Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, March 4/5.

1) Finish English to Latin sentences 1-4 in Horatius Joined Under the Damn Bridge. Type out final answers and justify all subjunctives.

Watch on the Subjunctive Mood: Quiz on subjunctive morphology, present and imperfect tenses and indirect question, indirect command/noun clauses and on usage of ut + subjunctive and indicative. Ut bene scitis, nobis di saepe imperant ut brevi tempore opera multa agamus.

2) Reading to Prepare and Review:

a) Reread and review Catullus V and be prepared to read orally in class. You have both commentary and vocabulary to help with this poem. See me at lunch if you need help with readings.

b) Finish the last 4-5 lines Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Old: Quinnina bellatrix maxima urbem nostram oppugnatum veniet. Erit mirabile visu, facile factu, terribile dictu. Review: Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.


Homework/Agenda for 8th/5th Period, Thursday/Friday, February 21/22, 2019

1)Watch these video on the imperfect subjunctive and take notes: Imperfect Active Subjunctive and Imperfect Passive Subjunctive   Then complete all four pages in the new handout with exercises on the imperfect subjunctive active and passive.

2) Read and write out translation for Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Period 5 all needs to finish and read in class the end of Pars Secunda Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 8th/5th Period, Monday/Wednesday, February 18/20, 2019

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1) QUIZ on the morphology of the present subjunctive for all conjugations and Latin’s 8 irregular verbs. What is a dependent subjunctive vs. an independent one? What are the five possible independent subjunctives and their syntax/special translation? What is the syntax of a purpose clause? What is the difference between an unexpressed and expressed subjunctive?

2) Complete all four pages of new handout. For the last 2 pages (English to Latin sentences) type your answers.

3) Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles. We will finish to 2nd half.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 8th Period, Thursday, February 21, 2019

1)Watch these video on the imperfect subjunctive and take notes: Imperfect Active Subjunctive and Imperfect Passive Subjunctive   Then complete all four pages in the new handout with exercises on the imperfect subjunctive active and passive.

2) Read and write out translation for Horatius Cocles (Pars Tertia). See vocabulary list for parts one and two for vocabulary for pars tertia. Keep review parts and story read in class. Test is coming soon.

3) Watch this video on the Latin’s Supine (verbal noun) and take notes.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Period, Friday, February 15, 2019

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1) Crucial and Essential work on the subjunctive mood:

a) QUIZ on the morphology of the present subjunctive for all conjugations and Latin’s 8 irregular verbs. What is a dependent subjunctive vs. an independent one? What are the five possible independent subjunctives and their syntax/special translation? What is the syntax of a purpose clause? What is the difference between an unexpressed and expressed subjunctive?

b) Complete all sentences and questions on pages 13, 14, 15, 16 of present subjunctive handout I will ask to see this complete, for it is HW grade season.

2)Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles. We will finish to 2nd half.

3) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th Wednesday/Thursday, February 13/14, 2019

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1) Crucial and Essential work on the subjunctive mood:

a) Watch these two video and take detailed notes. Video One - Overview of the Subjunctive Mood and video two - The Present subjunctive

b) Organize your notes into an organized useful, beautiful and clever format/poster and turn in to me on Wednesday. Value 50 points. Make sure you include the dirt on various uses of the subjunctive, Jussive, Hortatory, volitive, purpose, indirect question, etc. from these videos.

c) Complete pages 8, 9, 10 of the Introduction to the Present Subjunctive. Make sure all is complete HW grade will go into the gradebook. I forgot to give this to 8th period but click on the green (not Quinn Green but the colour above) and it will download. Print and bring or come by 335 and get this tomorrow.

2)Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles.

3) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing, Horatius Cocles, Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5th Period, Friday, February 15, 2019

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1) Crucial and Essential work on the subjunctive mood:

a) Quiz on the morphology of the present subjunctive for all conjugations and Latin’s 8 irregular verbs. What is a dependent subjunctive vs. an independent one? What are the five possible independent subjunctives and their syntax/special translation? What is the syntax of a purpose clause? What is the difference between an unexpressed and expressed subjunctive?

b) Complete all sentences and questions on pages 13, 14, 15, 16 of present subjunctive handout I will ask to see this complete, for it is HW grade season.

2)Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles. We will finish to 2nd half.

3) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing, Horatius Cocles, Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Monday/Tuesday, February 11/12, 2019

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1) New Vocabulary List with little but crucial words. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, February 11, 2019

2)Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles.

3) Begin reviewing for the National Latin Exam.. Review the imperative mood and negative imperatives with noli and nolite. Nolite neglegere haec.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

6) Keep reviewing, Horatius Cocles, Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5th Wednesday, February 13, 2019

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1) Crucial and Essential work on the subjunctive mood:

a) Watch these two video and take detailed notes. Video One - Overview of the Subjunctive Mood and video two - The Present subjunctive

b) Organize your notes into an organized useful, beautiful and clever format/poster and turn in to me on Wednesday. Value 50 points. Make sure you include the dirt on various uses of the subjunctive, Jussive, Hortatory, volitive, purpose, indirect question, etc. from these videos.

c) Complete pages 8, 9, 10 of the Introduction to the Present Subjunctive. Make sure all is complete HW grade will go into the gradebook.

2)Bring, review and be prepared to read orally Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles.

3) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing, Horatius Cocles, Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review



Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Wednesday/Thursday, February 6/7, 2019

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New Vocabulary List with little but crucial words. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, February 11, 2019

1) Test on deponent verbs (know six things and review vocabulary) and the following things: interrogative, relative and indefinite pronouns (aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si) and adjectives (quidam, quaedam, quoddam). See list from the board and in handouts also. Also review the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. protasis and apodosis. AND the six rules of deponent verbs along with deponent vocabulary.

2)Bring Pars Secunda of Horatius Cocles.

3) What this short video to review positive and negative questions with num and nonne.

4) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

6) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Monday/Wednesday, February 4, 2019

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New Vocabulary List with little but crucial words. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, February 11, 2019

1) Make sure that you have completed page 12 and 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

1.5) What this short video to review positive and negative questions with num and nonne.

2) Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

3) Test on deponent verbs (know six things and review vocabulary) and the following things: interrogative, relative and indefinite pronouns (aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si) and adjectives (quidam, quaedam, quoddam). See list from the board and in handouts also. Also review the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. protasis and apodosis. AND the six rules of deponent verbs along with deponent vocabulary.

4) Review Pars Prima of Horatius Cocles.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

6) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review



Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Friday, February 1, 2019

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1) Keep reviewing paradigms of interrogative, relative and indefinite pronouns (aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si) and adjectives (quidam, quaedam, quoddam). See list from the board and in handouts also. Also review the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. protasis and apodosis. AND the six rules of deponent verbs along with deponent vocabulary. Baby test on all this next week

2) Read and write out a translation for Pars Prima of Horatius Cocles. Be prepared to read orally at the beginning of class on Friday.

3) ) Make sure that you have completed page 12 and 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

4)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

6) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review



Homework/Agenda for 5th/8th period for Wednesday/Thursday, January 30/31, 2019

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1) Work on the interrogative pronoun (quis?, quid?). Learn the paradigm and compete PRACTICE SEVEN on 1st and 2nd page of THE INTERROGATIVE PRONOUN AND ADJECTIVE handout (4 pages). HW grade.

2) a) Read notes (page 1 and 2 of longer handout) on conditional sentence and especially the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. Know protasis and apodosis and the meanings of si and nisi. b) Complete pages 9-10 (sentences 1-11 - HW grade) in the handout that same handout that begins with conditions. Watch out for aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si si quis = if someone

3) Make sure that all this work on Deponent Verbs in finished: Complete page 11, 12, 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

4)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Friday, February 1, 2019

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1) Keep reviewing paradigms of interrogative, relative and indefinite pronouns (aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si) and adjectives (quidam, quaedam, quoddam). See list from the board and in handouts also. Also review the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. protasis and apodosis. AND the six rules of deponent verbs along with deponent vocabulary. Baby test on all this next week

2) Read and write out a translation for Pars Prima of Horatius Cocles. Be prepared to read orally at the beginning of class on Friday.

3) ) Make sure that you have completed page 12 and 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

4)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

6) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5/8 Monday/Tuesday, January 28/29, 2019

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1) New vocabulary list - vocabulary quiz on Monday/Tuesday, January 28/29. It is the list of deponent verbs. There will be verb game on the back with a deponent very. See charts/paradigm in handout on deponents. Value 60-80 points.

2) Work on Deponent Verbs: Finish all sentences on page 11, 12, 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

3)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review


Homework/Agenda for 5th period for Wednesday, January 30, 2019

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1) Work on the interrogative pronoun (quis?, quid?). Learn the paradigm and compete PRACTICE SEVEN on 1st and 2nd page of THE INTERROGATIVE PRONOUN AND ADJECTIVE handout (4 pages).

2) a) Read notes (page 1 and 2 of longer handout) on conditional sentence and especially the FUTURE MORE VIVID condition. Know protasis and apodosis and the meanings of si and nisi. b) Complete pages 9-10 (sentences 1-11) in the handout that same handout that begins with conditions. Watch out for aliquis, aliquid which drops ali after si si quis = if someone

3) Make sure that all this work on Deponent Verbs in finished: Complete page 11, 12, 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

4)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 5/8 for Thursday/Friday, January 24/25, 2019

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New vocabulary list - vocabulary quiz on Monday/Tuesday, January 28/29. It is the list of deponent verbs. Value 60-80 points.

1) Work on Deponent Verbs:

a) Read and study pages 1 and 2 of the handout.

b) Use vocabulary list of deponents on pages 3 and 4 to complete all of pages 8, 9, 10, 11 of handout. HW Grade for 2nd quarter. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

c) Quiz on deponent verbs coming soon.

2) Review and FINISH and Lucretia, PART V (final section).

3)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

Homework/Agenda for 8 Tuesday, January 29, 2019

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1) New vocabulary list - vocabulary quiz on Monday/Tuesday, January 28/29. It is the list of deponent verbs. Value 60-80 points.

2) Work on Deponent Verbs: Finish all sentences on page 11, 12, 13. HW grade. Be able to read and translation in class. I will ask to see these.

3)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

5) Keep reviewing Lucretia story and Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review





Homework/Agenda for Period 5/ 8 for Tuesday/Wednesday, January 23/24, 2019

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New vocabulary list - vocabulary quiz on Thursday/Friday, January 25/26

Keep reviewing Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

1)Prepare and be able to read Lucretia, PART V (final section) at the beginning of class on Tuesday/Wednesday and review Parts III and IV of Lucretia (Titus Livy). See handout for vocabulary. See paintings above (Botticelli) and below HW.

2) Complete sentence 5 of A Few Sentences for Bunnies. Type and turn in your final answers. You may check them with me prior to class on Monday/Tuesday. Here is vocabulary for sentence five.

3)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir

Homework/Agenda for Period 5/ 8 for Tuesday/Wednesday, January 23/24, 2019

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New vocabulary list - vocabulary quiz on Thursday/Friday, January 25/26

Keep reviewing Aeolus/Iuno story from Vergil’s Aeneid and all sections of Lucretia from Titus Livius. Test coming soon. Be able to translation, parse, explain grammar/syntax and discuss the content of the story. See me at lunch if you need help as you review

1)Prepare and be able to read Lucretia, PART V (final section) at the beginning of class on Tuesday/Wednesday and review Parts III and IV of Lucretia (Titus Livy). See handout for vocabulary. See paintings above (Botticelli) and below HW.

2) Complete sentence 5 of A Few Sentences for Bunnies. Type and turn in your final answers. You may check them with me prior to class on Monday/Tuesday. Here is vocabulary for sentence five.

3)Bring finished questions forThe Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empir


Homework/Agenda for Period 5/ 8 for Thursday/Friday, January 17/18, 2019

New vocabulary list - quiz in one week approx.

1)Prepare and be able to read Lucretia, Part IV at the beginning of class on Thursday/Friday and review Part I and II of Lucretia (Titus Livy). See handout for vocabulary. See paintings above (Botticelli) and below HW.

2) Complete sentences 3 and 4 of A Few Sentences for Bunnies. Type and turn in your final answers. You may check them with me prior to class on Monday/Tuesday. I will post vocabulary for these soon. Vocabulary for 3 and 4.

3) Read The Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire

5) Quiz on Aeolus/Lucretius coming soon. Review

Homework/Agenda for Period 8 for Thursday, January 17, 2019

New vocabulary list - quiz in one week approx.

1)Prepare and be able to read Lucretia, Part IV at the beginning of class on Monday/Tuesday and review Part I and II of Lucretia (Titus Livy). See handout for vocabulary. See paintings above (Botticelli) and below HW.

2) Complete sentences 3 and 4 of A Few Sentences for Bunnies. Type and turn in your final answers. You may check them with me prior to class on Monday/Tuesday. I will post vocabulary for these soon.

3) Read The Ideas of Rome, pages 1-9 and answer questions 1 -30 as you read. Email if you need this reading or the questions. Due Monday/Tuesday. Bring these answer questions to class and be able to show me and discuss them orally.

4) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire

5) Quiz on Aeolus/Lucretius coming soon. Review

Homework/Agenda for Period 5/8, Friday , January 11, 2019

1)Review Part I and II of Lucretia (Titus Livy). Be able read PARTII orally in class ON FRIDAY

2) Complete and turn in quiz on locative case. Sign pledge. 50-60. WORK INDEPENDENDELDLEDY

5) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire

4) Quiz on Aeolus/Lucretius coming soon. Review

Homework/Agenda for Period 5/8, Wednesday/Thursday, January 9/10, 2019

1) Quiz on Place Constructions and the locative case. Value 50-60 points.

2) Read/translation/prepare to read orally in class Part I and Part II of The Story of Lucretia (adapted from Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita). Be able to read orally at the beginning of class.

3) Keep working on maps: Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire.

4) Review the Story of Juno and Aeolus. Watch this video and take notes on the Aeneid.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5, Friday , January 11, 2019

1)Review Part I and II of Lucretia (Titus Livy). Be able read part II orally in class.

2) Complete and turn in quiz on locative case. Sign pledge.

3) Continue to work on maps: Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire

4) Quiz on Aeolus coming soon. Review


Homework/Agenda for Period 5, Wednesday , January 9, 2019

1) Quiz on Place Constructions and the locative case.

2) Read/translation/prepare to read orally in class Part I and Part II of The Story of Lucretia (adapted from Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita). Be able to read orally at the beginning of class.

3) Keep working on maps: Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire.

4) Review the Story of Juno and Aeolus. Watch this video and take notes on the Aeneid.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5 & 8 for Monday/Tuesday , January 7/8, 2019

1)Review Part I and II of Lucretia (Titus Livy). Be able read part II orally in class.

2) Complete and turn in quiz. Sign pledge.

a) Quiz on the place constructions and the locative case.

b) Then complete sentences 5 through 8 (HW grade) of handout and put all places in the assignment on your map.

c) Put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5, Wednesday , January 9, 2019

1) Quiz on Place Constructions and the locative case.

2) Read/translation/prepare to read orally in class Part I and Part II of The Story of Lucretia (adapted from Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita). Be able to read orally at the beginning of class.

3) Keep working on maps: Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire.

4) Review the Story of Juno and Aeolus. Watch this video and take notes on the Aeneid.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5 & 8 for Monday/Tuesday , Dec. 17/18, 2018 and Wednesday, December 19

1) List for Vocabulary Quiz on Wednesday, December 19. There is verb game on the back with iungo, iungere

2) Place constructions and the Locative Cases.

a) Watch this video and take notes. Then read/study pages 1, 2, 3 of new handout.

b) Then complete pages 4, 5, 6 of handout and put all places in assignment on your map. Here are map to help you find the places. HW grade. Also put Aeolia/Aeolian Islands on the map of the Italian Peninsula. Click here for maps to help. Map will be due in couple of weeks. It ultimately will be a map on Roman Conquest and Imperial Expansion as well as the great cities of Empire. God Bless Willy Via.

3) Quiz on adverbs - formation of positive, comparative, superlative and irregular ones. Study the list in the 2 handouts that you have on adverbs, including the ones of time and place (time/location or temporal and spacial). Give special attention to the different functions of plus, minus, multum, plurimum, minime, paulum, etc. and uses of quam and ablative of degree of difference and comparison. Watch this video (a little weird)from beginning down to 10:12 (end of adverb section) and take detailed notes, especially on the irregular ones presented, uses of quam and linguistic information at the end.

4) Finish/REVIEW all of the of the Aeolus story (pages 1 and 2). Watch this video and take notes on the Aeneid. Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class (it does not have to be perfect at that point). See me at lunch for help and keep reviewing this. Visualize the story as you read and think about how to illustrate it. SEE DRAWINGS ON THE SMALL BOARD NEAR THE DOOR FOR EXAMPLES OF THIS KIND OF ASSIGNMENT.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5 & 8 for Wednesday/Thursday , Dec. 13/14, 2018

List for Vocabulary Quiz on Wednesday, December 19.

1) Finish all of the of the Aeolus story (pages 1 and 2). Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class (it does not have to be perfect at that point). See me at lunch for help and keep reviewing this. Visualize the story as you read and think about how to illustrate it.

2) Latin Adverbs:

a) Watch this video (a little weird)from beginning down to 10:12 (end of adverb section) and take detailed notes, especially on the irregular ones presented, uses of quam and linguistic information at the end. This material will be on the test below.

b) Quiz on adverbs - formation of positive, comparative, superlative and irregular ones. Study the list in the 2 handouts that you have on adverbs, including the ones of time and place (temporal and spacial). Give special attention to the different functions of plus, minus, multum, plurimum, minime, paulum, etc. and uses of quam and ablative of degree of difference and comparison.

d) Complete sentences 7, 8 (error: aliquantō), 11, 12, 12 (both 12s) in new handout. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ You will need to look up a few words. HW GRADE. Be able to show this to me.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5 & 8 for Friday , Dec. 7, 2018

1) Review/finish the first page of the Aeolus story. Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class. See me at lunch for help.

2) Latin Adverbs:

a) Study list of adverbs especially irregular ones and spacial and temporal ones. See chart below and charts in handout

b) Then complete sentences 2 to 7 in new handout. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ You will need to look up a few words. HW GRADE. Be able to show this to me. Email if you did not get it in class on Monday.

Period 5/8 HW for Wednesday/Thursday, December 5/6, 2018

1) Review/finish the first page of the Aeolus story. Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class. See me at lunch for help.

2) Latin Adverbs:

a) Watch this video on Latin adverbs.

b) Read/study Wheelock, pages 264, 265, 266 (only top of page) and study pages 3 and 4 of new handout on adverbs. See also adverbs below.

c) Then complete pages one and two of handout on adverbs (new handout). HW GRADE. Be able to show this to me. Email if you did not get it in class on Monday.

Homework/Agenda for Period 5 for Friday , Dec. 7, 2018

1) Review/finish the first page of the Aeolus story. Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class. See me at lunch for help.

2) Latin Adverbs:

a) Study list of adverbs especially irregular ones. See chart below and charts in handout

b) Then complete sentences 2 to 7 in new handout. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ You will need to look up a few words. HW GRADE. Be able to show this to me. Email if you did not get it in class on Monday.



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HW/Agenda for Monday/Tuesday, Dec. 3/4(period 5/8):

Consolidation Test on MOnDAY/TuesSDAY, December 3/4:

Email if you need things or have questions AND CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES.

1) Review all readings: Proem (1st 4 lines) of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, The first part of Narcissus, Villiovistus vs. Caesar, Ajax and Pallas/Minerva, The ages of Mankind (aetates/proles), etc. Be able to translate but it especially important to know morphology and syntax of stories.

2) Most of the vocabulary on the test will come from the last two lists. Here they are. Expect a verb game and noun-adjective pairs with demonstrative adjectives (handout in class on Friday).

3) Review case usage/styntax, especially dative of agent, objective genitive, ablative of respect, partitive genitive, ablative absolute, ablative of seperation, ablative of comparison, ablative of degree of difference, ablative of time when, and ablative of time within which, etc. Compound verbs + acc. + dative (infero, impono, infigo) Email if you need these handouts.

4) Know uses and meanings of QUAM.

5) Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense); comparative and superlative adjectives, irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, ablative of comparison and ablative of degree of difference: multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, tribus ante mensibus, etc 200-250 points.

Period 5 HW for Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018

1) Review/finish the first page of the Aeolus story. Be able to read it orally at the beginning of class. See me at lunch for help.

2) Latin Adverbs:

a) Watch this video on Latin adverbs.

b) Read/study Wheelock, pages 264, 265, 266 (only top of page) and study pages 3 and 4 of new handout on adverbs.

c) Then complete pages one and two of handout on adverbs (new handout). HW grade. Be able to show this to me. Email if you did not get it in class on Monday.


HW/Agenda for Wednesday/Thursday, Nov. 28/29 (period 5/8):

Here is the vocabulary list for our next vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Friday, November 30. Value 50-60 points. There will be a verb game on the back.

2) Review and finish Ajax and Minerva story and keep working on the Aeolus story.

3) Work on Comparative and Superlative Adjectives:

a) Read and study pages 1 (uses of quam) and 2 (degree of difference) of new handout on Degrees of Adjectives.

d) Complete sentences number 4-19 on page 3, 4, 5 of new handout on Degrees of Adjectives. Homework grade - all must be complete.

4) Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on MOnDAY/TuesSDAY, December 3/4. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense); comparative and superlative adjectives, irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, ablative of comparison and ablative of degree of difference: multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, tribus ante mensibus, etc 200-250 points.

HW/Agenda for Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20 (period 5 and 8)

Here is the vocabulary list for our next vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Friday, November 30.

1) Complete Sentences with Peacocks numbers 1-8. Type (mandatory) and double space your answer. Turn in (graded for correctness) on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20. Here is another copy with more vocabulary.

2) Review and finish Ajax and Minerva story. This will be on upcoming test.

3) Work on Comparative and Superlative Adjectives:

a) Review notes on the ablative of comparison (Ea est pulchrior Venere) and ablative of degree of difference (multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, etc)

d) Complete page 8 in Handout Degrees of Adjectives (Latin to English Sentences)

e) Quiz (graded) on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20 on the following irregular comparative and superlatives and and ablative of degree of difference (multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, tribus ante mensibus, etc). Study the list below. Nota bene: plus vs. plures. Fer plus cibi vs fer plures gladios.

4) Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 28/29. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense); comparative and superlative adjectives, irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, ablative of comparison and ablative of degree of difference: multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, tribus ante mensibus, etc 200-250 points.

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HW/Agenda for Friday, November 16 (period 5 and 8)

1) Work on Comparative and Superlative Adjectives:

a) Review notes on the ablative of comparison (Ea est pulchrior Venere) and ablative of degree of difference (multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, etc)

b)Period five only: Complete English to Latin sentences 2-4 on the first page of Sentences for Praised Peacock. Come at lunch if you would like help.

c) Period Eight: Finish Ajax-Minerva reading down to line 45 (most of these should have been finished in class.

d) Complete page 8 in Handout Degrees of Adjectives (Latin to English Sentences)

e) Quiz (graded) on Friday, Nov. 16 on the following irregular comparative and superlatives: Study the list below. Nota bene: plus vs. plures.

/Agenda for Thursday, November 5 (period 8)

Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense). 200-250 points.

1) Finish take-home quiz and sign pledge that you have not used note or any other resources other than a dictionary and have worked independently. Turn in at beginning of class.

2) Review Villiovistus vs. Caesar reading in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua.

3) Work on comparative and superlative adjectives (HW grade):

a) Read/study Wheelock, pages 210-2 or better new handout - pages 1, 2, 3 of 109. Comparison of Adjective and Adverbs (labeled by me Crucial & Essential). Period 5 does not have this email if you would like it.

b) Read over and study Chapter XI Handout (other new handout) Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs

c) Complete pages 1-4 of handout titled Degrees of Adjectives. HW grade.

4) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

HW/Agenda for Friday, November 16 (period 5)

1) Work on Comparative and Superlative Adjectives:

a) Review notes on the ablative of comparison (Ea est pulchrior Venere) and ablative of degree of difference (multo, paulo, aliquanto, nihilo, tribus pedibus, etc)

b) Complete English to L sentences 2-4 on the first page of Sentences for Praised Peacock. Come at lunch if you would like help.

c) Complete page 8 in Handout Degrees of Adjectives (Latin to English Sentences)

d) Quiz (graded) on Friday, Nov. 16 on the following irregular comparative and superlatives: Study the list below. Nota bene: plus vs. plures.

2) Review Villiovistus vs. Caesar reading in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua.

3) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense). 200-250 points.

HW/Agenda for Monday, November 12 (period 5) & Tuesday, November 13 for (Period 8)

Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense). 200-250 points.

1) Finish the back page of the purple English to Latin practice quiz.

2) Review first half and finish the second half of the Villiovistus vs. Caesar reading in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua. Write translation on provided lined paper.

3) Complete and turn in sentences 5, 6, 7 of Test Preparation & Review Sentences.  Here is a digital copy with more vocabulary. Type out your final answers. You may email them to me to print. I will not accept them hand written and will grade them for correctness. It will behoove you email them to me to show them to me on Monday or before in order that I may underline your mistakes.

4) Review and study all pages in the last infinitive handout for QUIZ on Monday/Tuesday (for Gradebook). Also review participles, ablative absolute, passive periphrastic and dative of agent. Be able to answer all conceptual questions on page 5 of first handout on infinitives.

5) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, November 14 (period 5)

Start Reviewing for Consolidation Test on Monday/Tuesday, Nov. 19/20. Declension 1-5 (nouns); vis, vis (f); 1st/2nd adjectives and 3rd declension adjectives; Demonstrative Adjectives (hic, ille, iste is, idem, ipse, quidam etc); Relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod + finite verb); subordinating conjunctions (cum, dum, ubi, quod, si, nisi + finite verb); Pronominal Adjectives (UNUS NAUTA words), verbal morphology (all conjugations, including fero, fio, eo, malo, volo, nolo, sum possum), participles (morphology, elevation and relative tense); ablative absolute (elevation/relative tense); passive periphrastic must be studied by you in detail; dative of agent; Infinitive syntax, especially impersonal verbs and indirect statement (head verbs and reflexive, —sui, sibi, se, se and suus, a, um and relative tense). 200-250 points.

1) Finish take-home quiz and sign pledge that you have not used note or any other resources other than a dictionary and have worked independently. Turn in at beginning of class.

2) Review Villiovistus vs. Caesar reading in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua.

3) Work on comparative and superlative adjectives (HW grade):

a) Read/study Wheelock, pages 210-2

b) Read over and study Chapter XI Handout Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs

c) Complete pages 1-4 of handout titled Degrees of Adjectives. HW grade.

4) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

HW/Agenda for Friday, November 9, Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

1) Quiz on uses of infinitives and especially INDIRECT STATEMENT. Review notes from today’s class and study new handout and my notes on uses of infinitive or infinitival syntax from the earlier handout. Also review participles, ablative absolute, passive periphrastic and dative of agent. It will behoove you to know verbs (licet, placet, oportet) and their syntax. Be able to answer all conceptual questions on page 5.

2) Complete, type and turn in sentences (English to Latin) 2, 3, 4.

3) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

4) Quiz on infinitive syntax and indirect statement on Friday (period 8).

HW/Agenda for Monday, November 12 (PERIOD 5)

1) Finish the second half of the Villiovistus vs. Caesar reading in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua. Write translation on provided lined paper.

2) Work on Infinitives and Indirect Statement:

a) Finish the backside of the purple practice quiz.

b) Complete and turn in sentences 5, 6, 7 of Test Preparation & Review Sentences.   Type out your final answers. You may email them to me to print. I will not accept them hand written and will grade them for correctness. It will behoove you to show them to me on Thursday/Friday in order that I may underline your mistakes.

3) Review and study all pages in the last infinitive handout for QUIZ on Monday. Also review participles, ablative absolute, passive periphrastic and dative of agent. do not forget impersonal verbs and their syntax. Be able to answer all conceptual questions on page 5.

4) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.


HW/Agenda for Monday, October 29

1) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Consolidation QUIZ on infinitives (all uses, especially indirect statement). Study handouts and sentences. Make sure that you can answer all questions on page 5 of the handout. It will behoove to know impersonal verbs and their syntax: licet, placet, oportet. It will also behoove you to review the passive periphrastic, dative of agent, participles and ablative absolutes. Value 60-80 points.

3) Complete sentences 2,3,4 on English to Latin Test Preparation handout. Type out final answer (or rewrite clearly) and observe standard Latin word order. Turn in at beginning of class. See me at lunch if you need help.

4) Test on Monday, November 19.

HW/Agenda for Thursday, Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

1) Use my key to correct sentences (# 7-15) in on pages 4-8. HW grade. Here is the handout if you need it. I forgot to give it to 8th period. You may wish to review these two videos on Indirect Statement and take notes: Video One and Video Two (two is more important)

2) Review your notes indirect statement and read my handout on indirect statement and relative tense (see Wheelock, page 202-4) and complete PAGES 6, 7, 8 of new handout.

3) Quiz on the list of head verbs on Monday/Thursday. Here is the list.

4) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

5) Quiz on infinitive syntax and indirect statement on Wednesday (period 5) and Friday (period 8).

HW/Agenda for Monday, October 29 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) & Thursday, November 1 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Mythological Pumpkins are due on Tuesday for Period 8 and Wednesday for 5.

HERE IS A USEFUL WEBSITE TO SEARCH VARIANT VERSIONS OF YOUR MYTH.

1) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

1.5) What is an impersonal verb? Are impersonal verbs pleasing to you? It is now permitted for you to learn them. Placet nobis mordere lupas. Non licet tibi mordere simias. Omnibus pugnandum est.

2) Crucial and Essential Work on Infinitives:

a) Study page 3 of new handout and you may wish to rewatch this video: Watch this video (see also Wheelock 210-2) and use it to learn how to form all Latin’s infinitives. Then download and complete these two pages. Period 8 has this handout. HW grade. I will ask to see this.

b) Complete all sentences (# 1-17) in new handout on pages 4-8. HW grade. Here is the handout if you need it. I forgot to give it to 8th period. Note a mistake in sentence 2 formātī should read formātae

c) Quiz on the morphology of six infinitives.

3) PUMPKIN project is Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5). Come to class with your carved mythological pumpkin and handout ready to present. I will copy your handout, if you send it to me in advance.

5) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming in 10 days.

HW/Agenda for Friday, November for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Be able to answer these questions in class: What is an infinitive and what qualities does it have? What case will form its subject? What are objective and subjective infinitives? What three things are necessary to create indirect statement in Latin?

2) Watch each of these two videos on Indirect Statement and take notes: Video One and Video Two (two is more important) and then complete the entire back page of the horizontal sheet titled The Infinite Things that Infinitives Will Do for You, including the questions at the bottom.

3) Complete and bring all sentences (# 1-17) in new handout on pages 4-8. HW grade. Here is the handout if you need it. I forgot to give it to 8th period.

4) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.


HW/Agenda for Friday, October 26 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) & for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

1) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 356-8 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Correct and bring Ablative Absolute Quiz and also bring sentences on page 3 of the Active and Passive Periphrastics handout.

3) Watch this video (see also Wheelock 210-2) and use it to learn how to form all Latin’s infinitives. Then download and complete these two pages. Period 8 has this handout. HW grade. I will ask to see this.

4) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translations of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335. Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5).

5) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming in 10 days.



HW/Agenda for Thursday, October 25 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

1) Reading from Ovid:

a) Reread and review the proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Be able to reread orally in class.

b) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Work on the Active and Passive Periphrastics.

a) Complete all sentences on page 1 and all sentences (English to Latin) on page 3 and the verb game (mordeo, mordere) on the final page of the Active/Passive Periphrastic handout. HW grade.

b) Quiz for the gradebook on the active and passive periphrastic and dative of agent. Read notes in the handout and Watch this video on the Passive Periphrastic and take notes and read page 5 of the new handout. NOTE THE DATIVE OF AGENT

3) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

4) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translations of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335. Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5).

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming in 10 days.

HW/Agenda for Friday, October 26 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Review Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Correct and bring Ablative Absolute Quiz and also bring sentences on page 3 of the Active and Passive Periphrastics handout.

3) Watch this video (see also Wheelock 210-2) and use it to learn how to form all Latin’s infinitives. Then download and complete these two pages. I can give you are hardcopy in you come to 335.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

5) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translations of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335. Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5).

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming in 10 days.

Tuesday, October 23 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

1) Quiz for gradebook on PARTICIPLES and the ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE and other uses of the ablative case that we know. See pages 3 and 4 of handout. Also finish all sentences on page 8 of Ablative Absolute Handout.

2) Work on the Active and Passive Periphrastics.

a) Watch this video on the Passive Periphrastic and take notes and read page 5 of the new handout. NOTE THE DATIVE OF AGENT

b) Complete all sentences on page 1 (in # 1 est should be es) and all sentences on page 3. HW grade.

2) Reading from Ovid:

a) Reread and review the proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Be able to reread orally in class.

b) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

4) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translations of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335. Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5).

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming relatively soon. s

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, October 24 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Reading from Ovid:

a) Reread and review the proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Be able to reread orally in class.

b) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 and to 412 (on the next page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Work on the Active and Passive Periphrastics.

a) Complete all sentences on page 1 and all sentences (English to Latin) on page 3 and the verb game (mordeo, mordere) on the final page of the Active/Passive Periphrastic handout. HW grade.

b) Quiz for the gradebook on the active and passive periphrastic and dative of agent. Read notes in the handout and Watch this video on the Passive Periphrastic and take notes and read page 5 of the new handout. NOTE THE DATIVE OF AGENT

3) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

4) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translations of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335. Due on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (period 8) and Wednesday, Oct. 31 (Period 5).

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming relatively soon. s

HW/Agenda for Thursday, October 18 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period) & Wednesday, October 17 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) More Work to be done on the ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE:

a) Complete sentences on horizontal sheet # 2-5 (has an amphora in the corner). For vocabulary use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

b) For 8th period bring sentences on pages 5, 6, 7 of ablative absolute handout; For 5th period: Finish all sentences on page 8 of Ablative Absolute Handout.

c) Quiz for the grade book on Monday/Tuesday of next week on all uses of the ablative case that we have learned thus far. Study page 1-4 of handout.

2) Reading from Ovid:

a) Reread and review the proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Be able to reread orally in class.

b) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 (end of the first page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) VOCABULARY QUIZ on Wednesday/Thursday this week. Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary It is long. 50-60 points.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

5) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming relatively soon.


Tuesday, October 16 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Both classes need to elect a member to the Latin Club Senate on Monday/Tuesday.

1) Work to be done on the ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE:

a) Reread and study pages 1-4 on ablative absolute and ablative uses in general. You may wish to review this video; Watch this video and reread pages 1-2 of my handout. Short quiz on video.

b) Complete SENTENCES 4-18 on page 5, 6, 7 of The Absolute for Bunnies Having Been Set Free. I will ask to see these.

c) Quiz for the grade book later in the week on all uses of the ablative case that we have learned thus far. Study page 1-4 of handout.

2) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 (end of the first page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) Vocabulary quiz on Wednesday/Thursday next week. Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary It is long.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

5) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming relatively soon.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, October 17 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) More Work to be done on the ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE:

a) Complete sentences on horizontal sheet # 2-5. For vocabulary use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

b) Finish all sentences on page 8 of Ablative Absolute Handout.

c) Quiz for the grade book later in the week on all uses of the ablative case that we have learned thus far. Study page 1-4 of handout.

2) Reading from Ovid:

a) Reread and review the proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Be able to reread orally in class.

b) Narcissus story: Finish Narcissus story down TO LINES 359 (end of the first page). See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) Vocabulary quiz on Wednesday/Thursday next week. Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary It is long. 50-60 points.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

5) Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

6) Keep review reading and morphology/syntax first quarter test is coming relatively soon.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, October 10 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) & Thursday, October 11 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary Quiz in 7 days. It is long.

Translate: Si rana lupum vidēbit/vīderit, in aquam saliet.

1) Work to be done on the ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE:

a) Watch this video, take notes (be able to show me the notes) read pages 1-2 of my handout and, if necessary, see Wheelock, Chapter XXIV. You will have a short quiz (for gradebook) that will measure the quality of your watching of this video and reading of the pages 1 and 2. Margaret Monkey email me, so I can send this to you.

b) Complete sentences 1-7 on page 5 and 6 of The Absolute for Bunnies Having Been Set Free. I will ask to see these.

2) Narcissus story: It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 350. See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) At the beginning of Wednesday’s/Thursday’s class turn in (graded assignment 40-60 points) the yellow sheet with four English to Latin Sentences. HERE IS MORE VOCABULARY. You may email them to me or show me at school and I will underline your mistakes. I am here also if you have questions or need vocabulary.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

HW/Agenda for Monday, October 8 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) & Tuesday, October 9 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Here are forms for Latin Convention. Last Call.

Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary Quiz in 10 days. It is long.

Translate: Si rana lupum vidēbit/vīderit, in aquam saliet.

1) It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 350. See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Quiz for the gradebook on Latin Participles on Monday/Tuesday. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause. video on Latin's Four Participles. 

3) Turn in (graded assignment 40-60 points) the yellow sheet with four English to Latin Sentences. HERE IS MORE VOCABULARY. You may email them to me or show me at school and I will underline your mistakes. I am here also if you have questions or need vocabulary.

4) Old but bring Sentences (# 6 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause.

5) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

Here are forms for Latin Convention. Last Call.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, October 10 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) .

Think about PUMPKIN project and email me if you are working with a partner. There are translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses in 335.

Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary Quiz in 8 days. It is long.

Translate: Si rana lupum vidēbit/vīderit, in aquam saliet.

1) Work to be done on the Ablative Absolute:

a) Watch this video, take notes (be able to show me the notes) read pages 1-2 of my handout and, if necessary, see Wheelock, Chapter XXIV. You will have a short quiz (for gradebook) that will measure the quality of your watching of this video and reading of the page 1 and 2.

b) Complete sentences 1-7 on page 5 and 6 of The Absolute for Bunnies Having Been Set Free. I will ask to see these.

2) Narcissus story: It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 350. See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) At the beginning of Wednesday’s class turn in (graded assignment 40-60 points) the yellow sheet with four English to Latin Sentences. HERE IS MORE VOCABULARY. You may email them to me or show me at school and I will underline your mistakes. I am here also if you have questions or need vocabulary.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.


HW/Agenda for Friday, October 5 for Period 5 (Willy's Period) for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week.

1) Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 350. See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Quiz on Latin Participles on Friday. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause

3) Sentences (# 6 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week


Agenda/HW Thursday, October 4 for Period 8 (Quinn Maior's Period)

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week.

1) Work to be done/agenda for Latin Participles:

a) You may wish to reread and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. 

b) In participle handout read and study pages 1-4. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause. Then complete page 5 & 6 and all sentences (#1 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary.

c) Quiz on Latin Participles on Friday.

2) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week.

HW/Agenda for Friday, October 5 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week.

1) Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 350. See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

2) Quiz on Latin Participles on Friday. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause

3) Sentences (# 6 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause.

4) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

Here are forms for Latin Convention. They are due this week

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, October 3 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Read and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. TAKE DETAILED NOTES and bring them to class.

2) Complete and turn in page 9 of Rapid Review of Verbs and Verbal Morphology. pāvo, pāvōnis (m/f) peacock

3) Penultimate quiz on verbal morphology, including irregular verbs. Various verbal forms - Latin to English.

4) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, October 3 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Work to be done/agenda for Latin Participles:

a) You may wish to reread and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. 

b) In participle handout read and study pages 1-4. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause. Then complete page 5 & 6 and all sentences (#1 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary.

c) Quiz on Latin Participles on Friday.

2) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.



Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, October 3 for Period 5 (Willy's Period)

1) Work to be done/agenda for Latin Participles:

a) You may wish to reread and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. 

b) In participle handout read and study pages 1-4. Make sure that you understand RELATIVE tense and how to ELEVATE a Latin participle into English as a subordinate clause. Then complete page 5 & 6 and all sentences (#1 to 12) on pages 8-9. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary.

c) Quiz on Latin Participles on Friday.

2) Old but have prepared a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED) and section 17 (THE DEFEAT OF THE MINYAE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class. KEEP REVIEWING STORIES FOR TEST COMING SOON.


Homework/Agenda for Friday, Sept. 28 for Period 5 - Willy's Period & Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period.

1) Rapid Review of Verbs and Verbal Morphology:

a) Period 5 only: Complete the pink or other colored sheet on verbal morphology

b) Except a short verb game style verbal morphological quiz.

b) REVIEW page 1-11 on pages 1-4 of Rapid Verbal Review. HW grade. Wheelock Chapter 1 may be useful. Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs and Watch this video to review the imperative mood

c) Old but bring: Complete pages 6-8 in the same handout. Click here for videos to help and see Wheelock pages 501-4. Ignore all subjunctive forms at this point.

2) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class.

Homework/AgendaThursday, Sept. 27 Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period.

1) Rapid Review of Verbs and Verbal Morphology:

a) Answer questions 1-11 on pages 1-4 of Rapid Verbal Review. HW grade. Wheelock Chapter 1 may be useful. Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs and Watch this video to review the imperative mood

b) Complete pages 6-8 in the same handout. Click here for videos to help and see Wheelock pages 501-4. Ignore all subjunctive forms at this point.

2) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth sections 15 and 16 ( HERCULES ESCAPES SACRIFICE and A CRUEL DEED). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, Sept. 28 for Period 5 - Willy's Period &

1) Rapid Review of Verbs and Verbal Morphology:

a) Complete the pink or other colored sheet on verbal morphology and except a short verb game style verbal morphological quiz.

b) REVIEW page 1-11 on pages 1-4 of Rapid Verbal Review. HW grade. Wheelock Chapter 1 may be useful. Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs and Watch this video to review the imperative mood

c) Complete pages 6-8 in the same handout. Click here for videos to help and see Wheelock pages 501-4. Ignore all subjunctive forms at this point.

2) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth section 16 (A CRUEL DEED). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class.

Tuesday, Sept. 25 Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period.  

1) Final work before quiz on the Reflexive Pronoun (——-, sui, sibi, se, se), suus, a, um and ipse, ipsa, ipsum and quī, quae, quod. Download this handout. I will ask to see a and b below complete. Review notes on page two of this handout.

a) English to Latin Sentences on Page 6. Numbers 4-6.

b) On final Translate sentences 4-5 of Complex and Almost Authentic Sentences into English on page 8. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

2) Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

3) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth sections 14 and 15 ( MUSIC LESSON and HERCULES ESCAPES SACRIFICE). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, Sept. 26 for Period 5 - Willy's Period

1) Rapid Review of Verbs and Verbal Morphology:

a) Answer questions 1-11 on pages 1-4 of Rapid Verbal Review. Watch this video on the principal parts of verbs and Watch this video to review the imperative mood

b) Complete pages 6-8 in the same handout. Click here for videos to help and see Wheelock pages 501-4. Ignore all subjunctive forms at this point.

2) Read and write out a trasnslation of Hercules Myth sections 15 and 16 ( HERCULES ESCAPES SACRIFICE and A CRUEL DEED). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary. Be able to demonstrate your preparation by reading/translating orally in class.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, Sept. 21 for Period 5 - Willy's Period & Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period.  

Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

1) Work on the Reflexive Pronoun (——-, sui, sibi, se, se), suus, a, um and ipse, ipsa, ipsum and quī, quae, quod. Download this handout. I will ask to see a and b below complete.

a) English to Latin Sentences on Page 5. Numbers 1-3 (omit “,whose” in # 1).

b) Translate sentences 1-3 of Complex and Almost Authentic Sentences into English on page 7. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

2) Hercules Myth sections 13 and 14 ( HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS and the MUSIC LESSON). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

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Homework/Agenda for Thursday, Sept. 20 (Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period)  

Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

1) Work on the Reflexive Pronoun (——-, sui, sibi, se, se), suus, a, um and ipse, ipsa, ipsum and quī, quae, quod. Download this handout. See me in 335 if you want hard copy.

I will ask to see that both a and b are complete. HW grade.

a) Study pages 1 and 2 of new handout and complete the charts on page one. Study page two in detail. Download this handout.

b) Complete all sentences on pages 3 and 4. Download this handout.

2) Reading to prepare for class:

a) Hercules Myth sections 13 and 14 ( HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS and the MUSIC LESSON). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

b) Keep reviewing all of Reges Tarquiniī. Quiz coming soon.  Also study notes from class.   

3) Work on -IUS words and UNUS NAUTA: 

a) Old: Finish all sentences in the UNUS NAUTA handout on pages 5-8.  Email if you need this. You may need a dictionary: Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

b) QUIZ on the list of words of UNUS NAUTA words and demonstrative adjectives (is, ille, hic, iste, ipsa, etc. ) that follow -ius paradigm. Here are the videos if you need review.

UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) Demonstrative Adjectives

Homework/Agenda for Friday, Sept. 21 (Period 5 - Willy's Period)

Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

1) Work on the Reflexive Pronoun (——-, sui, sibi, se, se), suus, a, um and ipse, ipsa, ipsum and quī, quae, quod. Download this handout. I will ask to see a and b below complete.

a) English to Latin Sentences on Page 5. Numbers 1-3 (omit “,whose” in # 1).

b) Translate sentences 1-3 of Complex and Almost Authentic Sentences into English on page 7. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

2) Hercules Myth sections 13 and 14 ( HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS and the MUSIC LESSON). See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

Homework/Agenda for Monday, Sept. 17 (Period 5 - Willy's Period) and Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, Sept. 18 (Period 8 - Quinn Maior's Period)  

Can you find the Croc’s Cloaca above?

Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

1) Reading to prepare for class:

a) Hercules Myth sections 12 and 13 (THE HATED OF JUNO and HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS) on pages 10 and 12 of handout. See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

b) Finish and review the last few lines of Pars Secunda (see the 3 page of Reges Tarquiniī. Be able to display your level of preparation by reading orally in class.  Also study notes from class.   Use the same vocabulary list for help and Online Dictionary   

2) Work on -IUS words and UNUS NAUTA: 

a) Finish all sentences in the UNUS NAUTA handout on pages 5-8.  Email if you need this. You may need a dictionary: Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

c) QUIZ on the list of words of UNUS NAUTA words and demonstrative adjectives (is, ille, hic, iste, ipsa, etc. ) that follow -ius paradigm. Here are the videos if you need review.

UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) Demonstrative Adjectives


Homework/Agenda for Monday, Sept. 17 (Period 5 - Willy's Period)


Here is the vocabulary list (review of verbs) the first vocabulary quiz. Quiz on Monday/Tuesday, Sept. 25/26. Know all principal parts and be able to indicate the verbs that govern a dative.

1) Work on the Reflexive Pronoun (——-, sui, sibi, se, se), suus, a, um/ipse, ipsa, ipsum and quī, quae, quod.

a) Study pages 1 and 2 of new handout and complete the charts on page one. Study page two in detail.

b) Complete all sentences on pages 3 and 4.

Reading to prepare for class:

a) Hercules Myth sections 13 and 14 ( HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS and the MUSIC LESSON) and 12 of handout. See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

b) Keep reviewing all of Reges Tarquiniī. Quiz coming soon.  Also study notes from class.   

2) Work on -IUS words and UNUS NAUTA: 

a) Finish all sentences in the UNUS NAUTA handout on pages 5-8.  Email if you need this. You may need a dictionary: Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

c) QUIZ on the list of words of UNUS NAUTA words and demonstrative adjectives (is, ille, hic, iste, ipsa, etc. ) that follow -ius paradigm. Here are the videos if you need review.

UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) Demonstrative Adjectives




Homework/Agenda for Thursday, Sept. 13 (Period 8 - Quinn's Period)  

Can you find the Croc’s Cloaca above?

1) Finish and review Pars Secunda (see the 3 page of Reges Tarquiniī. Be able to display your level of preparation by reading orally in class.  Also study notes from class.   Use the same vocabulary list for help and Online Dictionary   

2) Work on -IUS words and UNUS NAUTA: 

a) Study paradigms on the first 3 pages of the UNUS NAUTA handout and rewatch this video: Watch this video on UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) and take notes. 

b) Complete sentences on page 5-7, numbers 1 through 7 and 9 through 13 in the above handout.  Email if you need this. You may need a dictionary: Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

c) Quiz on the list of words of UNUS NAUTA words and demonstrative adjectives (is, ille, hic, iste, ipsa, etc. ) that follow -ius paradigm. 

Homework/Agenda for Monday, Sept. 17 (Period 5 - Willy's Period)

Can you find the Croc’s Cloaca above?

1) Reading to prepare for class:

a) Hercules Myth sections 12 and 13 (THE HATED OF JUNO and HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS on pages 10 and 12 of handout. See the following pages for vocabulary and commentary.

b) Finish and review the last few lines of Pars Secunda (see the 3 page of Reges Tarquiniī. Be able to display your level of preparation by reading orally in class.  Also study notes from class.   Use the same vocabulary list for help and Online Dictionary   

2) Work on -IUS words and UNUS NAUTA: 

a) Finish all sentences in the UNUS NAUTA handout on pages 5-8.  Email if you need this. You may need a dictionary: Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

c) Quiz on the list of words of UNUS NAUTA words and demonstrative adjectives (is, ille, hic, iste, ipsa, etc. ) that follow -ius paradigm. Here are the videos if you need review.

UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) Demonstrative Adjectives

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Capitolium

Capitolium

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, Sept. 11 (Period 8 - Quinn's Period) 

1) QUIZ on the morphology of nouns and adjectives of declensions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and -ius paradigm adjectives like totus, a, um. Here are videos to help you review.  See handouts with paradigms or Wheelock, pages 494-8.  

2) Read, write out translation and be able to translate in class  Pars Secunda (see the 3 page of Reges Tarquiniī.   There is a "quae" (who, which) missing after gentes in line two.  PLEASE INSERT THIS QUAE. It is nominative case.   Your reading/translation in class does not have to be perfect but must reflect serious effort.   Use the same vocabulary list for help and Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

3) Review the timeline of Roman History and Pars Prima of Reges Tarquinii. 

4) Watch this video on UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) and take notes. 

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, Sept. 6 (Period 8 - Quinn's Period) & Friday, Sept. 7 (Period 5 - Willy's Period) 

1) Quiz on the morphology of nouns and adjectives of declensions 1,2, 3 and -ius paradigm adjectives like totus, a, um.  See handouts with paradigms or Wheelock, pages 494-8.  The formate will be similar to what we did in class on Tuesday. 

2) Complete the second page of Noun-Adjective Agreement which begins with pars, partis (f).  HW grade.   Here are videos to help you review.    See me at lunch if you need help with anything, especially declension 4 and 5. 

3) Read, write out translation and be able to translate in class the entire first page, Pars Prima (3 paragraphs), of Reges Tarquiniī. 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, Sept. 4 & Wednesday, Sept. 5. 

1) Declension Review and What Cases Do.   See Caesar - Morphology and Syntax pages 4-14 or Wheelock, pages ________. 

2) The Res Publica and Roman History.

 

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, June 7

1) Complete first page of English to Latin Sentences. 

2) Read and write out a translation of Pliny's Letter down to lines 19-34.    Be prepared to read and translate in class.   

4) Start reviewing for the final exam.    Begin with: 1)  Matron of Ephesus, Camilia and Pliny's Letter; 2) Subjunctive Syntax; 3) Case Usage and Morphology of nouns and adjectives;  4) Review irregular and deponent verbs;  5) Review pronouns;  6) Indefinite aliquis, aliquid and quidam, quaedam, quoddam.     7) Conditional Sentences;  8) 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, June 5

1) Complete all four pages of the new handout on the ablative case, including all sentences on the last two pages. Use new blue handout on ablative case.   HW quiz. 

2) Read and write out a translation of Pliny's Letter down to lines 15-24.    Be prepared to read and translate in class. 

3) Quiz on Dative Case on Tuesday.  Study the pink handout and know vocabulary on this handout.  

4) Start reviewing for the final exam.    Begin with: 1)  Matron of Ephesus, Camilia and Pliny's Letter; 2) Subjunctive Syntax; 3) Case Usage and Morphology of nouns and adjectives;  4) Review irregular and deponent verbs;  5) Review pronouns;  6) 

Homework/Agenda for Friday, June1

1) Complete all 3 pages of Latin to English Sentences on What Dative Do?  Email if you need this.  I will ask to see this.  Justify all use of the dative case. See pink dative sheet for help. 

2) Read and write out a translation of Pliny's Letter down to lines 8-22 on the second and third page of the Latin text.    Be prepared to read and translate in class. 

3) Quiz on Dative Case on Tuesday, next week. 

4) Start reviewing for the final exam. 

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, May 29

1) List fro vocabulary quiz on Tuesday, May 29.  Expect a verb game on the back. 

2) Complete Sentences 1-5 on the dative case using the pink dative handout. 

3)Turn in this assignment:  Complete the prequiz that we began in class and hand in the The Justify Case Game (new handout).   Graded Assignment.  

4) Read and write out a translation of Pliny's Letter down to line 15 on the second page.   Be prepared to read and translate in class. 

5) Start reviewing for the final exam. 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 22

List fro vocabulary quiz on Tuesday, May 29. 

1) Complete sentences 4-11 in handout with the morphological grid on the first page.   Here they are if you can not find them.  HW grade

2) Quiz in the morphology and syntax of the genitive case.  Study grid and salmon handout. 

3) Work to be done on the Death of Camilia from Vergil's Aeneid

a) Finish reading and writing out a translation down to the end of the story. 

b) Complete the prequiz that we began in class and hand in the The Justify Case Game (new handout).   Graded Assignment.  

4) Old but bring Finish and review the Matron of Ephesus: READ AND TRANSLATE 70- 80, on page  225 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

5) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 22

List fro vocabulary quiz on Thursday, May 24. 

1) Complete sentences 1-11 in handout with the morphological grid on the first page.   Here they are if you can not find them.  HW grade

2) Quiz in the morphology and syntax of the genitive case.  Study grid and salmon handout. 

3) Read and write out a translation of the Death of Camilia from Vergil's Aeneid. Use vocabulary below story to help you.    

4) Old but bring Finish and review the Matron of Ephesus: READ AND TRANSLATE 70- 80, on page  225 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

5) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam.

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, May 16

List fro vocabulary quiz on Thursday, May 24. 

1) Quiz for the grade book on the gerund and gerundive with various subjunctive syntax, especially relative clauses with the subjunctive and conditional sentences.   Do forget causa and gratia with the preceding genitive.

2) Finish the Matron of Ephesus: READ AND TRANSLATE 70- 80, on page  225 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

 

4) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam.

5) If you missed Thursday's class, finish reading/translation the first section of Cicero's In Catalinam.   Email if you need this. 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 14

List fro vocabulary quiz on Thursday, May 24. 

1) Quiz for the grade book on the gerund and gerundive with various subjunctive syntax, especially relative clauses with the subjunctive and conditional sentences.   Do forget causa and gratia with the preceding genitive.

2) Finish the Matron of Ephesus: Read/translate lines 60-80, on page  221 and 223 and 225 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

3) Old but hand in: Complete and hand in exercises 63b and 63c on page 2 of Gerundive handout.   Write out answers on a separate piece of paper.   Graded.   You may have to look up some words.   Follow direction for each exercise accurately. 

4) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam.

5) If you missed Thursday's class, finish reading/translation the first section of Cicero's In Catalinam.   Email if you need this. 

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, May 10

1) Finish the back page of quiz on Gerund and Gerundive.  

2) Complete and hand in exercises 63b and 63c on page 2 of Gerundive handout.   Write out answers on a separate piece of paper.   Graded.   You may have to look up some words.   Follow direction for each exercise accurately. 

3) Read/translate lines 60-71, on page  221 and 223 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

4) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam.

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, May 8

1) Quiz on the Gerund and Gerundive.  To prepare read pages 1-6 of new handout on Gerundives.  

2) Complete pages 7, 8, 9, 10 in handout on the gerundive.  HW Grade

3) Read/translate lines 60-71, on page  221 and 223 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

4) Keep review all of the Matron of Ephesus. It will be on the final exam. 

Homework/Agenda for Friday, May 4

1) Read pages 1-6 of new handout on Gerundives and complete all sentences on pages 8 and 9.  I will ask to see this 

2) Read/translate lines 57- 64, page  221 of the Matron of Ephesus.   Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday of May 1 & The Week

For Yuesday: 

Test: Cumulative 4th quarter test on Tuesday, May 1, 2018:  Study Matron of Ephesus (translation, parsing, comprehension), subjunctive morphology, all uses/syntax that we have covered thus far, including three relative clauses with the subjunctive, gerund, locative case and place constructions, condition sentences, aliquis, aliquid, and the gerund.  Meanings of ut, dum, cum, quam, etc. with various syntax.    Review the last four vocabulary lists. 

For Wednesday

Read/translate lines 50-64, page 219 and 221.  Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday of May 1 & The Week

For Yuesday: 

Test: Cumulative 4th quarter test on Tuesday, May 1, 2018:  Study Matron of Ephesus (translation, parsing, comprehension), subjunctive morphology, all uses/syntax that we have covered thus far, including three relative clauses with the subjunctive, gerund, locative case and place constructions, condition sentences, aliquis, aliquid, and the gerund.  Meanings of ut, dum, cum, quam, etc. with various syntax.    Review the last four vocabulary lists. 

For Wednesday

Read/translate lines 50-64, page 219 and 221.  Be able to read/translate in class and show me written out translation on line paper provided.  

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, April 26, 2018

Latin Honour Society induction on Thursday at lunch in the auditorium for new inductees.   See list in room 335.   Dress well and come on Wednesday at lunch for preparation.

Cumulative 4th quarter test on Tuesday, May 1, 2018:  Study Matron of Ephesus, subjunctive morphology, all uses/syntax that we have covered thus far, including three relative clauses with the subjunctive, locative case and place constructions, condition sentences, aliquis, aliquid, and the gerund.   Review the last four vocabulary lists. 

1) Relative Clauses with the Subjunctive Mood.

a) Read notes from class and pages 1-4 of new handout 

b) Complete all sentences on pages 5-6

2) Turn in Parsing assignment on the Matrona with peacocks on Thursday. 

3) Due Friday are the four English to Latin sentences.    See me for help or if you would like your mistakes underlined.

4) Read and write out a translation on the provided lined paper Matron of Ephesus, lines 40-46.  Use commentary and vocabulary to help.   Will be on next test and final exam.  KEEP REVIEWing ALL THE MATRONA. 

 

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, April 24, 2018

This week I will draw of the list of LATIN HONOUR society inductees.   Let me know if you are interest and we will do the placement test for those interest in PreAP for next year

1) Here is the first vocabulary list for the Matron of Ephesus.  Quiz on Tuesday, April 24th.  Quiz will include a verb game on iacio, iacere or morior, mori

2) Complete pages 1-3 (already done) and pages 4-6  of handout that begins with verb game on iacio, iacere.  HW grade

3) Read and write out a translation on the provided lined paper Matron of Ephesus, lines 34-46.  Use commentary and vocabulary to help.   Will be on next test and final exam.  

4) Parsing assignment on the Matrona with peacocks and four English to Latin sentences will be due on Thursday.  See me for help or if you would like your mistakes underlined. 

Homework/Agenda for Friday, April 20, 2018

This week I will draw of the list of LATIN HONOUR society inductees.   Let me know if you are interest and we will do the placement test for those interest in PreAP for next year

Here is the first vocabulary list for the Matron of Ephesus.  Quiz on Monday, April 23th. 

1) Quiz on conditional sentences that will also incorporate locative case, place constructions with cities, small islands, domus and rus, the gerund and the various uses of the subjunctive mood that we have covered recently.    Do not forget causā and gratiā with the proceeding genitive case. 

2) Complete pages 1-3 of handout that begins with verb game on iacio, iacere.  HW grade

3)Keep review what we read in class of the Matron of Ephesus. Use commentary and vocabulary to help.   We be on next test and final exam.  

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, April 19, 2018

This week I will draw of the list of LATIN HONOUR society inductees.   Let me know if you are interest and we will do the placement test for those interest in PreAP for next year

Here is the first vocabulary list for the Matron of Ephesus.  Quiz on Friday, April 20th. 

1) Read and write out a translation of the Matron of Ephesus lines 24-33. Use commentary and vocabulary to help.   Be able to show me your written out (doubled spaced) translation and read orally in class. 

2) Complete pages 1-3 of handout that begins with verb game on iacio, iacere.  HW grade

3) Quiz on conditional sentences that will also incorporate locative case, place constructions with cities, small islands, domus and rus, the gerund and the various uses of the subjunctive mood that we have covered recently.  

Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, April 17, 2018

This week I will draw of the list of LATIN HONOUR society inductees.   Let me know if you are interest and we will do the placement test for those interest in PreAP for next year

Here is the first vocabulary list for the Matron of Ephesus.  Quiz on Friday, April 20th. 

1) Read and write out a translation of the Matron of Ephesus lines 15-23. Use commentary and vocabulary to help.   Be able to show me your written out (doubled spaced) translation and read orally in class. 

2) Complete the double side handout on Conditional Sentences.  Turn this in. 

3) Quiz on conditional sentences that will also incorporate locative case, place constructions with cities, small islands, domus and rus, the gerund and the various uses of the subjunctive mood that we have covered recently.  

Homework/Agenda for Friday, April 13, 2018

Here is the first vocabulary list for the Matron of Ephesus.  Quiz on Friday, April 20th. 

1) Complete sentences 13-17 on the last of the handout on Conditional Sentences.   There is an apis melliferus in the corner.   Graded assignment for correctness - 40-50 points. 

2) Read and write out a translation of the Matron of Ephesus lines 8-14.  Be able to show me your written out translation and read orally in class. 

3) Quiz on conditional sentences on Tuesday. 

Homework/Agenda for Thursday, April 12, 2018

1) Read and write out a translation of the Matron of Ephesus lines 1-11.  Be able to show me your written out translation and read orally in class. 

2) Work on Conditional Sentences. 

a) Watch this video, read page 1 of handout and read Wheelock pages 273-4

b) Complete pages 2 and 4 (sentences 8-12)

Homework/Agenda for the Week of March 24-30

1) Tuesday

a) Complete 1-10 of sentences on handout with gerund and Tasmanian Devil.  Here is another copy with vocabulary added.   Value 50-70 points.  Hand in at the beginning of class.  I will underline mistake if you bring to me on Monday. 

b) Work on the locative to be handed in on Tuesday: 

i. Watch this video and take notes.  Also study page one of handout on locative case and place contractions.  

ii.  Complete pages 2 and 3 (fill in the blanks and sentences 1-5 (hand in on Tuesday at beginning of class

2) Thursday

a) Finish Plebs Go On Strike

b) Finish Locative Case pages 3 and 4 (sentences # 6-8 & 1-8 of section III) 

3) Friday: 

Janus Quiz:  1) Gerund & Locative case and 2) Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Friday, March 30.    Verb game on the back with verb  iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus - to throw

HW for next week, if wish get ahead:

1) Complete 1-10 of sentences on handout with Tasmanian Devil. 

2) Finish reading/translating Plebs Go On Strike

3) Finish all sentences in the gerund handout.  Quiz on  gerund coming soon. 

Homework for Thursday, March 22, 2018

1) Complete the 2016 CAV test and use key on the last page to self-correct.  Sign the pledge and write the number correct on the top of the first page.   Hand in (hard copy) at the beginning of Thursday's class.  GRADED Assignment.  Late assignments will not be accepted.   Here is the 2016 CAV test, if you need it.   Here is the key. 

Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Friday, March 23.    Verb game on the back with verb  iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus - to throw

Homework for Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Friday, March 23. 

1) Read and write out translation on the provided lined paper for the first 11-20 lines of Plebs Go On Strike.   I will ask to see your written out translation.  HW grade.   What ordines exist in the society of the Roman Res Publica?   See questions on the Conflict of Orders in number 4 below. 

1.5) Complete this practice 2017 CAV test.    We will do the real one (2018) later in the week. 

2) Work on the Gerund: 

a) Watch this video from 3:00 min. to 5:09 and read/study pages 1 and 2 of handout on the gerund. 

b) Use the the material from a) above to complete pages 2, 3, 4 of the handout (all Section I and first page of section II).   I will ask to see this. 

3) Bring materials for the Iliouperis and the Murder of Priam

4) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Homework for Friday, March 16, 2018

Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Thursday, March 22

1) Read and write out translation on the provided lined paper for the first 10 lines of Plebs Go On Strike.   I will ask to your written out translation.  HW grade. 

2) Bring materials for the Iliouperis and the Murder of Priam

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Homework for Thursday, March 15, 2018

Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Thursday, March 22

1) On Thursday small test/large quiz (120 points approx.) on all subjunctive morphology (4 tenses, regular, deponent and irregular verbs) and syntax (jussive, hortatory, deliberative, purpose, Cum clauses, result, indirect question and noun clause/indirect command.   Know also vocabulary associated with each of these uses of the subjunctive.

2) Bring material for the Iliouperis and the Murder of Priam

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Homework for Tuesday, March 13, 2018

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Vocabulary List  for a Quiz on Thursday, March 22

1) Read and study pages 1-2 of Result Clause handout and then complete sections I (#1-5) and section II (sentences 1-17).  I will ask to see this. 

2) On Thursday small test/large quiz (120 points approx.) on all subjunctive morphology (4 tenses, regular, deponent and irregular verbs) and syntax (jussive, hortatory, deliberative, purpose, Cum clauses, result, indirect question and noun clause/indirect command.   Know also vocabulary associated with each of these uses of the subjunctive

3) Complete the 2014 NLE and self-correct.   Complete and bring to class the 2017 NLE and use the key given out in class to correct the 2012 NLE.  I will ask to see your score. 

4) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) In the World of "CUM" handout complete sentences 5-9 and 11-16 and on page 9-10 complete sentences 6-10.   Give the syntax of all subjunctive.   HW GRADE. 

2) In the World of "CUM" do pages 15-16 (#13-30) at the end of the handout which asks you to give the Latin indicative and subjunctive forms of the verbs given in English.  Also part of HW Grade.  Here is vocabulary for (#13-30) :  sequor, proficiscor, peto, nitor, rogo, morior, moror, moneo, impero, orior, iubeo, cogo, oro

3) Complete and bring to class the 2017 NLE and use the key given out in class to correct the 2012 NLE.  I will ask to see your score. 

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 18- 21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Homework for Friday, March 9, 2018

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1) In the World of "CUM" handout complete sentences 5-9 and 11-16 and on page 9-10 complete sentences 6-10.   Give the syntax of all subjunctive.   HW GRADE. 

2) In the World of "CUM" do pages 15-16 (#13-30) at the end of the handout which asks you to give the Latin indicative and subjunctive forms of the verbs given in English.  Also part of HW Grade.  Here is vocabulary for (#13-30) :  sequor, proficiscor, peto, nitor, rogo, morior, moror, moneo, impero, orior, iubeo, cogo, oro

3) Complete and bring to class the 2017 NLE and use the key given out in class to correct the 2012 NLE.  I will ask to see your score. 

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 18- 21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this

Homework for Thursday, March 8, 2018

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Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Thursday, March 8. 

1)Work on "CUM":

a) Watch this video and take notes.  Read/study pages  1-3 of World of "CUM" handout.  Note the correlative us of cum...tum.  See also Wheelock, pages 255-6.  What are the 3 Cs of "cum" and the English subordinate conjunction for each.   What meaning of "cum" does TAMEN in the main clause signal?    

b) On pages 5-6 in the World of "CUM" handout complete sentences 5-9 and 11-16 and on page 8-9 complete sentences 3-6.   Give the syntax of all subjunctive.   HW GRADE. 

c) Do pages 15-16 (#13-30) at the end of the handout which asks you to give the Latin indicative and subjunctive forms of the verbs given in English.  Also part of HW Grade.  Here is vocabulary for (#13-30) :  sequor, proficiscor, peto, nitor, rogo, morior, moror, moneo, impero, orior, iubeo, cogo, oro

2) VOCABULARY QUIZHere is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Thursday, March 8. 

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 18- 21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this.

Homework for Tuesday, March 6, 2018

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Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Thursday, March 7

1) Complete all seven English to Latin sentences on lavender handout. Turn in on Tuesday.  I will underline mistakes on Monday. HERE IS ANOTHER COPY WITH MORE VOCABULARY

2) Review Catullus V and Pars Prima and this section of Pars Seconda of Ilioupersis/Death of Priam:

Forsitan et Priamī fuerint quae fāta requirās.                  fuerint=fuērunt
urbis uti captae casum convulsaque vīdit                          uti=ut= when + indicative
līmina tectōrum et medium in penetralibus                  tectōrum=aedium=aedificiōrum

hostem, arma diu senior desueta trementibus aevō          desuetus, a, um -, unfamiliar

circumdat nequiquam umerīs et inutile ferrum              circumdare = pōnere

cingitur, ac densōs fertur moriturus in hostēs.                fertur=fert sē

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 18- 21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

4) Old but do if you have not:  Read/study page 303-4 of Wheelock  JUSSIVE NOUN CLAUSES (a dependent subjunctive introduced by  ut/ne = "that" - generally unexpressed)  and study notes from class  on the DELIBERATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE and page 1/2 of 5 Independent subjunctive handout.    ) 

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this.

Homework for Friday, March 3, 2018

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Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Thursday, March 7

1) Quiz on subjunctive in all tenses. Regular and irregular verbs. Complete page two of perfect and pluperfect handout and uses the key handed out in class to correct.   Click here for videos and paradigms to study.  Graded quiz approx. 60 points.  

2) Finish reading/translation this section of Pars Seconda of Ilioupersis/Death of Priam:

Forsitan et Priamī fuerint quae fāta requirās.                   fuerint=fuērunt
urbis uti captae casum convulsaque vīdit                          uti=ut= when + indicative
līmina tectōrum et medium in penetralibus                  tectōrum=aedium=aedificiōrum

hostem, arma diu senior desueta trementibus aevō          desuetus, a, um -, unfamiliar

circumdat nequiquam umerīs et inutile ferrum              circumdare = pōnere

cingitur, ac densōs fertur moriturus in hostēs.                fertur=fert sē

 

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 18- 21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

4) Old but do if you have not:  Read/study page 303-4 of Wheelock  JUSSIVE NOUN CLAUSES (a dependent subjunctive introduced by  ut/ne = "that" - generally unexpressed)  and study notes from class  on the DELIBERATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE and page 1/2 of 5 Independent subjunctive handout.    ) 

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this.

Homework for Thursday, March 1, 2018

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1) Complete the orange/salmon colored sheet with English to Latin Sentences.  Graded, turn in

2) Work on Subjunctive Morphology: 

a) Watch these videos and recite forms aloud: 

The Perfect Active Subjunctive and The Perfect Passive Subjunctive

The Pluperfect Active Subjunctive and The Pluperfect Passive Subjunctive

b) Complete pages 3 and 4 in the new handout on perfect and pluperfect subjunctives. HW grade

c) Quiz on Friday on all subjunctive morphology.  4 tenses active and passive and a verb game. 

3) Old but bring:  Complete sentences 1-21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

4) Old but do if you have not:  Read/study page 303-4 of Wheelock  JUSSIVE NOUN CLAUSES (a dependent subjunctive introduced by  ut/ne = "that" - generally unexpressed)  and study notes from class  on the DELIBERATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE and page 1/2 of 5 Independent subjunctive handout.    ) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this.

Homework for Tuesday, February 27, 2018

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1) Vocabulary list for a quiz on Tuesday,  February 27, 2018

2)  What meanings does "UT" have with the subjunctive mood (2 possibilities) vs. the indicative mood (2 possibilities)? 

3) Crucial Work on the Subjunctive Mood (Do work in the order presented): 

a) Watch these two short videos and take notes:  Watch: Video One and Video Two

b) Complete the morphological side of the blue handout from class.   

c) Read/study page 303-4 of Wheelock  JUSSIVE NOUN CLAUSES (a dependent subjunctive introduced by  ut/ne = "that" - generally unexpressed)  and study notes from class  on the DELIBERATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE and page 1/2 of 5 Independent subjunctive handout.    

d) Complete sentences 1-21 in new handout on pages 4-6.  HW GRADE. You may wish to look over page 3 before you begin.  These pages are in the same handout as 5 Independent subjunctives.  HW GRADE.

2) Review Catullus V.  Will be on future test.  

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this.

Homework for Thursday, February 22, 2018

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Vocabulary list for a quiz on Tuesday,  February 27, 2018

1)  Complete pages  17-8 (sentences 19-30) Label each use of the subjunctive and translate in  Introduction to Present Subjunctive.   fAat HW Grade for Kahan.  I will ask to see these. 

2) Due Thursday, Feb. 22.   Complete English to Latin Sentences # 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and 5.  Here are the sentences with a nearly complete vocabulary.   I will underline your mistakes on Wednesday if you bring them to me. 

3) Reread and finish Catullus V.  Be well prepared to read orally in class. 

4) Review Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down the END OF PARS PRIMA On line 505.   Use commentary to help.    

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Tuesday, February 20, 2018

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Vocabulary list for a quiz on Tuesday,  February 27, 2018

1) Work on the Present Subjunctive Morphology and Jussive & Hortatory Subjunctive and Purpose Clause (Fat HW grade because Kahan would like a fat HW grade):

a) Review, if needed:  You may wish to review this video Watch this short video and take notes. Recite forms aloud.  Study pages one and two of new handout called Introduction to Present Subjunctive. Read Wheelock, pages 228-230

b) Complete pages 3, 11-12  (translate unexpressed) and  17-8 (sentences 13-30 - label each sue of the subjunctive and translate) of Introduction to Present Subjunctive.   fAat HW Grade for Kahan. 

c) Complete English to Latin Sentences # 1 and 2 only. 

d) Quiz on morphology of subjunctive in the present tense active and passive and jussive/hortatory subjunctive and purpose clauses.   

 2) Review what we read in class on Friday and read and write out the translation of The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down the END OF PARS PRIMA On line 505.   Use commentary to help.    WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Friday, February 16, 2018

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1) Crucial Grade Work on the Present Subjunctive Morphology and Jussive & Hortatory Subjunctive and Purpose Clause:

a) Watch this short video and take notes. Recite forms aloud.  Study pages one and two of new handout called Introduction to Present Subjunctive.    

b) Read Wheelock, pages 228-230

c) Complete pages 10 (translate unexpressed) and  16-17 (sentences 6-20 - label each sue of the subjunctive and translate) of Introduction to Present Subjunctive.   fAat HW Grade. 

 2) Review what we read in class on Friday and read and write out the translation of The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down the END OF PARS PRIMA On line 505.   Use commentary to help.    WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework forTuesday, February 13, 2018

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1) Real quiz on irregular verbs. 

eō, īre, iī or ivi, itūrus, a, um - go (spanish ir

fiō, fiērī, factus sum - to be made, to happen, to become (copulative verb)

ferō, ferre, tulī, latus, a, um - to bring, bear, endure

volō, velle, voluī - to want, to wish + complementary Infinitive

mālō, mālle, maluī  (magis + volo)- to prefer + complementary Infinitive

nōlō, nōlle, noluī (non + volo) - to not want + complementary Infinitive

possum, posse, potuī - to be able + complementary Infinitive 

sum, esse fuī, futūrus, a, um - to be (copulative verb)

2) Download and complete this assignment on the present system of irregular verbs.  This should be easy review for most of you.  I ill ask to see this on Tuesday. 

3) Complete and turn (on Tuesday) in sentences 6-10 on Deponent & Irregular Verbs. 50 points. Email if you need this.  l will underline mistakes on Monday.  Here is  more vocabulary.  

 4) Review what we read in class on Friday and read and write out the translation of The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down the END OF PARS PRIMA On line 505.   Use commentary to help.    WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

5) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework forTuesday, February 13, 2018

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1) Some Review of Irregular Verbs:

a) Review these verbs: 

eō, īre, iī or ivi, itūrus, a, um - go (spanish ir

fiō, fiērī, factus sum - to be made, to happen, to become (copulative verb)

ferō, ferre, tulī, latus, a, um - to bring, bear, endure

volō, velle, voluī - to want, to wish + complementary Infinitive

mālō, mālle, maluī  (magis + volo)- to prefer + complementary Infinitive

nōlō, nōlle, noluī (non + volo) - to not want + complementary Infinitive

possum, posse, potuī - to be able + complementary Infinitive 

sum, esse fuī, futūrus, a, um - to be (copulative verb)

b) Click here to review the morphology of these irregular verbs.      Watch videos and review paradigms.    

C) Download and complete this assignment on the present system of irregular verbs.  This should be easy review for most of you.  I ill ask to see this on Tuesday. 

2) Complete and turn (on Tuesday) in sentences 6-10 on Deponent & Irregular Verbs. 50 points. Email if you need this.  l will underline mistakes on Monday.  Here is  more vocabulary.  

 3) Review what we read in class on Friday and read and write out the translation of The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down the END OF PARS PRIMA On line 505.   Use commentary to help.    WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

4) 3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Friday, February 9, 2018

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1)  Vocabulary List for Next Vocabulary Quiz (Deponent Verbs).  Learn derivatives as well. Quiz on Friday, February 9.    This vocabulary quiz will have conjugated deponent verbs on the back. Know derivates also.   60-80 points. 

2) Review what we read in class on Thursday and read and write out the translation of The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam down to ignes in line 502.   Use commentary to help.    WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

Homework for Thursday, February 8, 2018

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Vocabulary List for Next Vocabulary Quiz (Deponent Verbs).  Learn derivatives as well. Quiz on Friday, February 9.    This vocabulary quiz will have a deponent verb game on the back. 

1) Complete and turn in five sentences English to Latin with deponent verbs.  If you bring them to me on Wednesday during school, I will underline your mistakes.  50 points. 

2) Read and write out the translation of the following from The Climax of the Ilioupersis & The Murder of King Priam. Use the first vocabulary list in handout to help. CLICK HERE FOR A VERSION OF THE TEXT WITH MORE NOTES.   Expect the word order to be confused.   WRITE THE TRANSLATION ON THE PROVIDED LINED PAPER. 

At domus interior gemitū miserōque tumultū 

miscētur, penitusque cavae plangōribus                       penitus (adv.) within

aedes femineīs ululant; ferit aurea sidera clamor.
tum pavidae tectīs matrēs ingentibus errant 

amplexaeque tenent postēs atque oscula figunt.     490      oscula=basia

instat vī patriā Pyrrhus; nec claustra nec ipsī 

custodēs sufferre valent; labat ariete crebro                   valent = possunt; labo (1) to totter

ianua, et emotī procumbunt cardine postēs. 

fit via vī; rumpunt aditūs primōsque trucidant               trucido (1) = caedo, caedere

immissī Danai et latē loca mīlite complent. 

 

3) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

Vocabulary List for Next Vocabulary Quiz (Deponent Verbs).  Learn derivatives as well. Quiz on Friday, February 9. 

1) More work on deponent verbs: 

a) Review/study pages 1-3 of new handout on Deponent Verbs. START LEARNING THE LONG LIST OF VERB ON PAGES 2 AND 3.  Click here for a long and boring video, if you need more instruction or missed class.     

b) QUIZ on morphology of deponents and the six things you need to know about them, which is on pages 1 and 2 of handout. 

c) Complete page 6, 7 ,8 of Notes & Exercises on Deponent Verbs.  HW Grade. 

2) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Friday, February 2, 2018

1) Work on deponent verbs: 

a) Read/study pages 1-3 of new handout on Deponent Verbs.  Click here for a long and boring video, if you need more instruction or missed class.     

b) Complete page 4, 5, 11, 12 of Notes & Exercises on Deponent Verbs.  HW Grade. 

2) Old but bring:  Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Thursday, February 1, 2018

1) Read Idea of Rome - No Kings Please, we’re Roman and Conflict of Orders (pages 8-13 or sections 12-23) and  answer the questions 1-26 in the World of Rome handout.   Be able to show me completed questions and to answer/discuss orally in class.  Email if you need this. 

Homework for Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Do not hesitate to email me with questions at any point at aberrantadventures@mac.com

Second Quarter Test on Tuesday, January 30.  Value 250-300 points (of 2nd Quarter).     Email with questions and see me for help at lunch.   Click here for study and review guide for the test.     Study especially passive voice, relative pronoun, uses of quam,  PARTICIPLES , relative tense of participles and infinitives, ablative absolute;  infinitives, indirect statement, list of "Head Verbs" impersonal verbs (licet, placet, oportet), active and passive periphrastic, dative of agent, regular and IRREGULAR comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs, interrogative animals, indefinite pronoun (aliquis) and adjective (quidam),  Nikhil should learn idem, eadem idem.   Know stories (especially grammar and parsing) Ajax/Pallas, Aeolus/Juno and Parts I-V of Lucretia.   The cultural questions will come mainly from this work:  Culture/History: 

a) Know the dates of the Roman Republic - Beginning and end and events. 

New:  Read and take detailed notes on Polybius' excursus on The Roman Constitution in its Prime from his Histories.    Be able to show me or hand in notes and discuss in class.   Consider this a primary source.  It was handed out in class. Email if you need it. 

a) Examine the painting below HW of The Lictores Return the Bodies of Brutus' Sons and watch this short video.  

b) Review notes from the board on the 3 Punics (Poeni) Wars. Know dates and the battle of Cannae (216 BC).  Who are Rome's socii

c) Be able to place the Gauls, Etruscans, Roman, the Samnites and the Greeks on a map of the Italian Peninsula at the time of the founding of the Res Publica (509 BC)  Click here for a map to study.     

d) Review: Click here for diagrams on Roman Government.     Watch the first 10 minutes of this video before Thursday's class.  Take notes and augment your timeline.  Review notes from board on the cursus honorum, the Res Publica (dates and significant events), political offices: quaestor, aedile, praetor, consul, dictator, censor and tribunus Plebis (see/study handout on offices and cursus honorum.  Email if you need this) and the political offices of Republican Rome.  Know limited tenure of office and collegiality. 

Homework for Friday, January 26, 2018

TEST DATE WILL STAY THE SAME: Second Quarter Test on Tuesday, January 30.  Value 250-300 points.     Email with questions and see me for help at lunch.   Click here for study and review guide for the test. 

1) Here is the new vocabulary list for a quiz on Friday, January 26

 2) Finish Lucretia, Part V or most of it and review Lucretia, Part IV.  See vocabulary list for help.  Be able to read/translate in class.  

3)   Read and take detailed notes on Polybius' excursus on The Roman Constitution in its Prime from his Histories.    Be able to show me or hand in notes and discuss in class.   Consider this a primary source.  It was handed out in class. Email if you need it. 

 

 

Homework for Thursday, January 25, 2018

TEST DATE WILL STAY THE SAME: Second Quarter Test on Tuesday, January 30.  Value 250-300 points.     Email with questions and see me for help at lunch.   Click here for study and review guide for the test. 

Here is the new vocabulary list for a quiz on Friday, January 26

1) Start studying for a QUIZ on interrogative animals,  questions, 7 uses/meanings of QUAM,  indefinite pronoun. & adjective on Thursday, Jan. 25.  Value 100 points.   Study pages 1-5 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.  Also review comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs.   Watch this video if you need to review yes and no questions from Latin I. 

 2) Finish Lucretia, Part V or most of it and review Lucretia, Part IV.  See vocabulary list for help.  Be able to read/translate in class.  

3) Culture/History: 

a) New:  Read and take detailed notes on Polybius' excursus on The Roman Constitution in its Prime from his Histories.    Be able to show me or hand in notes and discuss in class.   Consider this a primary source.  It was handed out in class. Email if you need it. 

a) Examine the painting below HW of The Lictores Return the Bodies of Brutus' Sons and watch this short video.  

b) Review notes from the board on the 3 Punics (Poeni) Wars. Know dates and the battle of Cannae (216 BC).  Who are Rome's socii

c) Be able to place the Gauls, Etruscans, Roman, the Samnites and the Greeks on a map of the Italian Peninsula at the time of the founding of the Res Publica (509 BC)  Click here for a map to study.     

d)  Old but study and review: Click here for diagrams on Roman Government.     Watch the first 10 minutes of this video before Thursday's class.  Take notes and augment your timeline.  Review notes from board on the cursus honorum, the Res Publica (dates and significant events), political offices: quaestor, aedile, praetor, consul, dictator, censor and tribunus Plebis (see/study handout on offices and cursus honorum.  Email if you need this) and the political offices of Republican Rome.  Know limited tenure of office and collegiality. 

 

Homework for Tuesday, January 23, 2018

TEST DATE WILL STAY THE SAME: Second Quarter Test on Tuesday, January 30.  Value 250-300 points.     Email with questions and see me for help at lunch.   Click here for study and review guide for the test. 

Here is the new vocabulary list for a quiz on Friday, January 26

 1) Review and finish reading Lucretia, Part IV.  See vocabulary list for help.  Be able to read/translate in class. 

2) Complete Latin to English sentences on pages 9 and 10, numbers 21-36 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.   Use Logeion for vocabulary.  HW grade. 

3) Complete and turn in English to Latin Sentences on page 16, numbers 9-15 in the handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys. Here is vocabulary and corrected typos  Email if you have questions.  Value 40-50 points.    

4) Culture/History: 

a) New:  Read and take detailed notes on Polybius' excursus on The Roman Constitution in its Prime from his Histories.  Be able to show me or hand in notes and discuss in class.   Consider this a primary source.  It was handed out in class. Email if you need it. 

a) Examine the painting below HW of The Lictores Return the Bodies of Brutus' Sons and watch this short video.  

b) Review notes from the board on the 3 Punics (Poeni) Wars. Know dates and the battle of Cannae (216 BC).  Who are Rome's socii

c) Be able to place the Gauls, Etruscans, Roman, the Samnites and the Greeks on a map of the Italian Peninsula at the time of the founding of the Res Publica (509 BC)  Click here for a map to study.     

d)  Old but study and review: Click here for diagrams on Roman Government.     Watch the first 10 minutes of this video before Thursday's class.  Take notes and augment your timeline.  Review notes from board on the cursus honorum, the Res Publica (dates and significant events), political offices: quaestor, aedile, praetor, consul, dictator, censor and tribunus Plebis (see/study handout on offices and cursus honorum.  Email if you need this) and the political offices of Republican Rome.  Know limited tenure of office and collegiality. 

5) Start studying for a QUIZ on interrogative animals,  questions, 7 uses/meanings of QUAM,  indefinite pronoun. & adjective on Tuesday, Jan. 23.  Value 100 points.   Study pages 1-5 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.  Also review comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs.   Watch this video if you need to review yes and no questions from Latin I. 

 

Homework for Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Second Quarter Test on Tuesday, January 30.  Value 250-300 points.     Email with questions and see me for help at lunch. 

Here is the new vocabulary list for a quiz in 10 days. 

 1) Hand in assignment on parts I and II of Lucretia story.  Work independently and sign pledge.   See me for help or email.  Graded assignment.   

2) For Tuesday, Jan 16. Complete and turn in page 15 (English to Latin Sentences 1-8)in the handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.   Email if you have questions.  Value 50 points.    Here is vocabulary for each sentence above. 

3) Old but bring to class on Tuesday: Complete Sentences on pages 7 and 8, numbers 7-17of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys. 

4) Review Lucretia part III and Aeolus and Ajax stories.  Test is coming in a fortnight. 

5) Start studying for a quiz on interrogative animals,  questions, 7 uses/meanings of QUAM,  indefinite pronoun. & adjective on Thursday, Jan. 18.  Value 100 points.   Study pages 1-5 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.  Also review comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs.   Watch this video if you need to review yes and no questions from Latin I. 

6) History and Culture: Click here for diagrams on Roman Government.     Watch the first 10 minutes of this video before Thursday's class.  Take notes and augment your timeline.  Review notes from board on the cursus honorum, the Res Publica (dates and significant events), political offices: quaestor, aedile, praetor, consul, dictator, censor and tribunus Plebis (see/study handout on offices and cursus honorum.  Email if you need this) and the political offices of Republican Rome.  Know limited tenure of office and collegiality.  Old but bring to class:  Listen to this Podcast (first 14 min. only on the Roman Republic (509 to 27 BC) and complete questions 1 through 7.   Be able to show me and answer orally in class. HW grade.  Here are the questions if you need them. 

Homework for Friday, January 12, 2018

 1) Here is the vocabulary list for our next vocabulary quiz on Friday, January 12.  

2) Review notes from board on the cursus honorum, the Res Publica (dates and significant events) and the political offices of Republican Rome.  Know limited tenure of office and collegiality.

3) Old but bring to class: Work on Interrogative Pronouns and Adjectives, Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives, and uses of QUAM: 

a) Read and study pages 3, 4, 5 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.  The vocabulary list is especially important. Also be able to explain the terms: personal pronoun, demonstrative adjective, relative pronoun, interrogative adv./adj./pron and indefinite pronouns./adj.  Quiz on this material in one week. 

b) Complete the charts of paradigms on pages 1 and 2 of Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys. HW grade.  You may need to look up some words.  Use Logeion 

c) Complete Sentences on pages 7 and 8, numbers 7-17 only. HW grade. 

4) Old but bring to class:  Listen to this Podcast (first 14 min. only on the Roman Republic (509 to 27 BC) and complete questions 1 through 7.   Be able to show me and answer orally in class. HW grade.  Here are the questions if you need them. 

Homework for Thursday, January 11, 2018

 Here is the vocabulary list for our next vocabulary quiz on Friday, January 12.  

1) For Thurday:  Review and be prepared to read orally in class  PART III of The Story of Lucretia from Titus Livius' Ab Urbe Condita. See vocabulary list for help.  

2) Work on Interrogative Pronouns and Adjectives, Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives, and uses of QUAM: 

a) Read and study pages 3, 4, 5 of handout on Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys.  The vocabulary list is especially important. Also be able to explain the terms: personal pronoun, demonstrative adjective, relative pronoun, interrogative adv./adj./pron and indefinite pronouns./adj.  Quiz on this material in one week. 

b) Complete the charts of paradigms on pages 1 and 2 of Interrogative Animals & Indefinite Monkeys. HW grade.  You may need to look up some words.  Use Logeion 

c) Complete Sentences on pages 7 and 8, numbers 7-17 only. HW grade. 

2) Listen to this Podcast (first 14 min. only on the Roman Republic (509 to 27 BC) and complete questions 1 through 7.   Be able to show me and answer orally in class. HW grade.  Here are the questions if you need them. 

5) Begin learning this list of English derivative and Latin phrases used in English.  Know their etymology and English meaning/usage.  Here is the list for Lucretia Vocabulary.    Quiz in 3rd week of January. 

Agenda for the Week of Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

Extra Credit and Extra practice option: Read Wheelock, CAPVT XXVII, pages 218-220 and complete EXERCISES FOR Caput XXVII on pages 433-4.  Self-correct with a different pen and sign pledge before you submit. 

1) For Tuesday:  Review  PART III of The Story of Lucretia from Titus Livius' Ab Urbe Condita. See vocabulary list for help.  If you wish to get ahead you may finish parts IV and V. Review parts one and two. 

2) Here is the vocabulary list for our next vocabulary quiz on Thursday, January 4.  

3) Begin learning this list of English derivative and Latin phrases used in English.  Know their etymology and English meaning/usage.  Here is the list for Lucretia Vocabulary.    Quiz in 2nd week of January. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 15, 2017.

1) Review  PART III of The Story of Lucretia from Titus Livius' Ab Urbe Condita. See vocabulary list for help.  See Rembrandt's Lucretia below.    Be able to show me your translation and read orally in class.  Review parts one and two. 

2)  Aeolus Drawing: As you reread and review the the Aeolus Story you may wish to begin your drawing.  It will be due on Friday, December 15.   Value 100 points.   See me to discuss your vision.   There is paper in room 335 if you would like some.   Late assignment receive zero. 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, December 14, 2017.

1) Livy on Lucretia: 

a) Review parts I and II.   Material will be on a future test and the semester exam 

b) Read and write out a translation for PART III of The Story of Lucretia from Titus Livius' Ab Urbe Condita. See vocabulary list for help.  See Rembrandt's Lucretia below.    Be able to show me your translation and read orally in class.  Finish and review part I. 

2) Consolidation Quiz coming on Thursday, December 14. Value 120 points. STUDY AND KNOW:  a) Paradigm of comparative adjectives and general review of nouns and adjectives of all declensions;   b) Irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, study the chart immediately below; c) uses of quam, the ablative of comparison and the ablative of degree of difference (paulo, multo, aliquanto, tribis post annis, tribus pedibus, etc.); d) other syntax common with comparative and superlative adjectives, such as the substantive plus + the partitive genitive vs. plures, plura used for number.    plus aquae vs.  plura saxa   e) comparative and superlative adverbs and irregular adverbS - see list;  f) Five uses of infinitives and especially indirect statement.  Impersonal verbs - placet, licet, oportet    g) ablative absolute and participles; h) Uses of quam with comparatives and superlatives.

3) Use key to correct pages on verbal morphology and bring the chart of noun-adjectives to class. Complete the entire handout that begins with Declension Fun for Furry Bunnies where you change each adjective to match the gender, # and case of each noun.   Do pages 1, 2, 3 of this handout.   Page 4 has vocabulary for the sentences below

4) Aeolus Drawing: As you reread and review the the Aeolus Story you may wish to begin your drawing.  It will be due on Friday, December 15.   Value 100 points.   See me to discuss your vision.   There is paper in room 335 if you would like some.   Late assignment receive zero. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, December 11, 2017.

1) Read and write out a translation for Part II of The Story of Lucretia from Titus Livius' Ab Urbe Condita. See vocabulary list for help.  See Rembrandt's Lucretia below.    Be able to show me your translation and read orally in class.  Finish and review part I. 

2) Complete the entire handout that begins with Declension Fun for Furry Bunnies where you change each adjective to match the gender, # and case of each noun.   Do pages 1, 2, 3 of this handout.   Page 4 has vocabulary for the sentences below

3) For Tuesday, December 12 complete and hand in sentences 4-6 in Comparative Composition for Superlative Bunnies.   This assignment will be grade for accuracy.  You may show the sentences to me before Friday's class and I will underline any mistakes.  Value 60 points.    HERE IS VOCABULARY FOR SENTENCES 4-6

4) As you reread and review the the Aeolus Story you may wish to begin your drawing.  It will be due on Friday, December 15.   Value 100 points.   See me to discuss your vision.   There is paper in room 335 if you would like some.   Late assignment receive zero. 

5) Consolidation Quiz coming on Thursday, December 14. Value 120 points.  a) Paradigm of comparative adjectives and general review of nouns and adjectives of all declensions;   b) Irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, study the chart immediately below; c) uses of quam, the ablative of comparison and the ablative of degree of difference (paulo, multo, aliquanto, tribis post annis, tribus pedibus, etc.); d) other syntax common with comparative and superlative adjectives, such as the substantive plus + the partitive genitive vs. plures, plura used for number.    plus aquae vs.  plura saxa   e) comparative and superlative adverbs and irregular adverb - see list;  f) Five uses of infinitives and especially indirect statement.  Impersonal verbs - placet, licet, oportet    g) ablative absolute and participles

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, December 7, 2017.

1) A our task on Thursday will be to finish our oral/collective reading of the Aeolus story aloud down to line 75 (nymphae).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation.   See painting of Aeolus below. 

2) Comparative and Superlative ADVERBS: 

a) Complete pages 1-4 of handout on comparative and superlative adverbs. HW grade.

b) Short (graded) quiz on the formation and morphology of comparative and superlative adverbs, especially the irregular ones.  Study the list below HW and/or study the doubled sided handout with paradigms.  

3) As you reread and review the the Aeolus Story you may wish to begin your drawing.  It will be due on Monday, December 13th.   Value 100 points.   See me to discuss your vision.   There is paper in room 335 if you would like some.  

4) For Friday complete and hand in sentences 4-6 in Comparative Composition for Superlative Bunnies.   This assignment will be grade for accuracy.  You may show the sentences to me before Friday's class and I will underline any mistakes.  Value 60 points. 

5) Consolidation Quiz coming next week: a)  Irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, study the chart immediately below; b) uses of quam, the ablative of comparison and the ablative of degree of difference (paulo, multo, aliquanto, tribis post annis, etc.) and other syntax common with comparative and superlative adjectives, such as the substantive plus + the partitive genitive vs. plures, plura used for number.    plus aquae vs.  plura saxa

 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, December 5, 2017.

1) A our task on Tuesday will be to finish our oral/collective reading of the Aeolus story aloud down to line 75 (nymphae).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation.   See painting of Aeolus below. 

1.5) As you reread and review the the Aeolus Story you may wish to begin your drawing.  It will be due on Friday, December 10th.   Value 100 points.   See me to discuss your vision.   There is paper in room 335 if you would like some.  

Optional homework but useful video on Latin's Comparative and Superlative Adjectives that summarizes Chapter 27 of Wheelock.  The first 15 min. are the most important but the last part is good for English derivatives. 

2) Complete and hand in the first three sentences in Comparative Composition for Superlative Bunnies.   This assignment will be grade for accuracy.  You may show the sentences to me before Tuesday's class and I will underline any mistakes.  Value 60 points. 

3) Quiz on Tuesday on: a)  Irregular comparative and superlative adjectives, study the chart immediately below; b) uses of quam, the ablative of comparison and the ablative of degree of difference (paulo, multo, aliquanto, tribis post annis, etc.) and other syntax common with comparative and superlative adjectives, such as the substantive plus + the partitive genitive vs. plures, plura used for number.    plus aquae vs.  plura saxa

Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 1, 2017.

1) Finish and review all of Aeolus story aloud down to line 75 (nymphae).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation.   See painting of Aeolus below. 

2) A little more work on comparative and superlative syntax: 

a) Review notes from the board and and answer these questions:  i) What does quam mean/denote with a comparative adjective vs. a superlative adjective?  ii) How should an ablative of comparison be translated in to English? When is generally used?  iii) How should an ablative of degree of difference be translated into English?  iv) List four words commonly used as an ablative of degree of difference?   v) When is plus used vs. plures, plura

b) Download and complete these five sentences for tomorrow Friday.  HW GRADE. 

3) New vocabulary list. Quiz on Friday, December 1. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, November 30, 2017.

1) Review and be prepared to read/translate Aeolus story aloud down to line 71 (nymphae).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation.   See painting of Aeolus below. 

2) Bring completed sentences, # 1-14 in the first Comparative and Superlative Adjective handout.  If you did not finish these in class, complete them for homework. 

3) Work on Comparative and Superlative adjectives. 

a) Study notes from class and read/study 109. Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs, Pages 1, 2, 3 and 4 (#s in my handwriting in bottom right corner).  

b) Complete sections A, B, C for Drill 109 Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs on pages 1, 2, 3 or 367-9 of this handout. For B you will need the adjectives: acutus, a, um - sharp; iniquus, a, um - unjust; altus, a, um -tall/high/deep; gravis, grave - serious; felix, felicis - fortune; humilis, humile - humble; aequus, a, um - equitable;  laetus, a, um - happy; altus, a, um - high/tall; similis, simile - similar;  miser, misera, miserum - miserable; dūrus, a, um - harsh/hard; difficilis, difficile - difficult; certus, a, um - certain; infelix, infelicis - unfortunate.   HW GRADE.

C) Graded quiz on the declension for the following noun-adjective pairs. I will pick two or three of the following to put on the quiz.  How do all comparative adjectives decline?  See pages 495-499 of Wheelock, if you need to review any of these forms.   corpus, corporis (n) 

haec melior res             illud melius corpus               ipse maior vir               id maius signum

             eadem minor ursa                 ea peior manus                   idem minus cornū 

4) New vocabulary list. Quiz on Friday, December 1.   

5) Make quiz corrections your last quiz and return to me ASAP.  

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, November 28, 2017

1) Return quiz. 

2) Review and be prepared to read/translate Aeolus story aloud down to line 63 (iussus habenās.).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation. 

 

4) Old but bring to class:  Compete  5 & 6 (all sentence down to 14) and page 8 (verbal morphology) of Active and Passive Periphrastic + Dative of Agent.  Review video if necessary: Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

5) Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi.    Extra Credit/Cultural Enrichment:  Listen to this BBC program on the Trojan War and take notes.   Sign Pledge and turn in notes for extra credit. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, November 21, 2017

1) QUIZ on Tuesday, November 21 on VERB GAME,  4 participles, elevation and relative tense, the ablative absolute, active and passive periphrastic, dative of agent and Latin's 6 infinitives, and five uses of infinitives, especially indirect statement - study pages 1, 2, 3 and 10 of infinitive handout.  Do forget liceo, licere + dative, placet, placere + dative; oportet, oportere + acc. + infinitive.   Value 100 points.

2) Review and be prepared to read/translate Aeolus story aloud down to line 63 (iussus habenās.).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation. 

2) Watch these videos on Indirect Statement (Head Verb + acc.subject + infinitive): 

Indirect Statement, Part I

Indirect Statement, Part II

3) Old but bring to class:  Compete  5 & 6 (all sentence down to 14) and page 8 (verbal morphology) of Active and Passive Periphrastic + Dative of Agent.  Review video if necessary: Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

4) Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi.    Extra Credit/Cultural Enrichment:  Listen to this BBC program on the Trojan War and take notes.   Sign Pledge and turn in notes for extra credit. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, November 16, 2017

1) Crucial Work on Infinitival Syntax: 

a) Review these videos on Indirect Statement (Head Verb + acc.subject + infinitive): 

Indirect Statement, Part I

Indirect Statement, Part II

b) Read through pages 1 and 2 and final page of my notes in 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, November 17, 2017

1) Be prepared to read/translate Aeolus story aloud down to line 63 (iussus habenās.).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation. 

2) Crucial Work on Infinitival Syntax: 

a) Watch these videos on Indirect Statement (Head Verb + acc.subject + infinitive): 

Indirect Statement, Part I

Indirect Statement, Part II

b) Study pages 1,  2,  3 and final page of my notes in What Will do Infinitives for You

c) Complete pages 4 (conceptual questions) and  THE CAESAR SAYS GAME on pages 7 and 8.  HW grade. 

d) Old but we will finish in class - all sentences, numbers 1-13 on pages 1 and 2 of Infinitives for Finite Rabbits (separate handout). It uses vocabulary from Aeolus list.  HW grade. Kahan better have this complete.   I will ask to see it

3) Old but bring to class:  Compete  5 & 6 (all sentence down to 14) and page 8 (verbal morphology) of Active and Passive Periphrastic + Dative of Agent.  Review video if necessary: Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

4) Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi.    Extra Credit/Cultural Enrichment:  Listen to this BBC program on the Trojan War and take notes.   Sign Pledge and turn in notes for extra credit. 

7) QUIZ on Tuesday, November 21 on 4 participles, ablative absolute, active and passive periphrastic, dative of agent and Latin 6 infinitives, and five uses of infinitives, especially indirect statement.   Value 100 points. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, November 16, 2017

Return these forms for Latin Convention ASAP 

1) Crucial Work on Infinitival Syntax: 

a) Watch these videos on Indirect Statement (Head Verb + acc.subject + infinitive): 

Indirect Statement, Part I

Indirect Statement, Part II

b) Read through pages 1 and 2 and final page of my notes in What Will do Infinitives for You

c) Complete pages all sentences, numbers 1-13 on pages 1 and 2 of Infinitives for Finite Rabbits (separate handout). It uses vocabulary from Aeolus list.  HW grade. Kahan better have this complete.   I will ask to see it

2) Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on THURSDAY, November 16.

3) Old but bring to class:  Compete  5 & 6 (all sentence down to 14) and page 8 (verbal morphology) of Active and Passive Periphrastic + Dative of Agent.  Review video if necessary: Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

5) Read and write out a translation for Aeolus to line 59 (per auras).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation. 

6) Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi.    Extra Credit/Cultural Enrichment:  Listen to this BBC program on the Trojan War and take notes.   Sign Pledge and turn in notes for extra credit. 

7) Quiz on Friday on 4 participles, ablative absolute, active and passive periphrastic, dative of agent and Latin 6 infinitives. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Return these forms for Latin Convention ASAP 

1) Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on THURSDAY, November 16.

2) Complete and turn in the parsing assignment for Ajax and Minerva.  It is in the handout. Email if you need it.  Graded assignment.  Here is a parsing guide to help.   "A" seeking rabbits will review and reread this story.   The parsing assignment is the fourth page of this handout. 

3) Compete  5 & 6 (all sentence down to 14) and page 8 (verbal morphology) of Active and Passive Periphrastic + Dative of Agent.  Review video if necessary: Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

4) Complete page one and two of Infinitival Morphology (handed out on Friday).  

5) Read and write out a translation for Aeolus to line 55 (temperat iras).  Be able to read and discuss in class and show me your translation. 

6) Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi.    Extra Credit/Cultural Enrichment:  Listen to this BBC program on the Trojan War and take notes.   Sign Pledge and turn in notes for extra credit. 

7) Quiz onThursday on 4 participles, ablative absolute, active and passive periphrastic, dative of agent and Latin 6 infinitives. 

8) Old:  In ablative absolute handout bring completed sentences down to 24 on page 4 and 5 of handout.   This should be finished already. 

9) Finish 3 pumpkin presentations: Eli, Cassidy, Ross, Joshua. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, November 10, 2017

Return these forms for Latin Convention ASAP 

Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Tuesday, November 14.

1) Essential Work on the active periphrastic (literal trans.) and passive periphrastic + dative of agent. 

a) Read/study pages 1 and 2 of Active and Passive Periphrastic & Dative of Agent.  

b) Watch this video and take notes.   Stop watching at 5:40 on the counter. 

c) Compete pages 3 (use verb iacio, iacere, ieci, iatusand 4 and 8 (verbal morphology). HW grade.  

2) Review and finish reading and writing out a translation for Ajax and Minerva.  Study terms on handout for Trojan War, Ilioupersis and Nostoi

3)  In ablative absolute handout bring completed sentences down to 24 on page 4 and 5 of handout.   This should be finished already. 

4) Finish 3 pumpkin presentations

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, November 3, 2017 

1) Essential Work on the Ablative Absolute: 

a) Watch this video and take notes. 

b) Read page 1 and 2 of handout on Ablative Absolute. 

c) Complete sentences 4 to 16 on page 3 and 4.  Make sure you elevate all ablative absolutes and participle phrases into English subordinate clauses. 

d) Short quiz on ablative absolute.  Study a) and b) above. 

2) Old: Make sure that you have turned in the 7 English to Latin sentences.  Email if you need these.  See vocabulary list above for help with sentences or see me at lunch.  Work independently on these 7 sentences.  Click here if you need these sentences. 

3) Finish 3 pumpkin presentations

4) Old:  Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE    

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, November 1, 2017 

1) Here is the new vocabulary list. Quiz on Thursday, November 2.  

2) Complete 7 English to Latin sentences.  Email if you need these.  See vocabulary list above for help with sentences or see me at lunch.  Work independently on these 7 sentences.  Click here if you need these sentences. 

3) Finish 3 pumpkin presentations

4) Old:  Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE    

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, October 31, 2017 

1) Here is the new vocabulary list. Quiz on Thursday, November 2.  All for Thursday complete 7 English to Latin sentences.  Email if you need these. 

2) Come to class on Tuesday with your pumpkin, handouts, costumes and be ready to present.   Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.  Use the website for sources to compare with Ovid's version.   See past pumpkins below. 

3) Old:  Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE    

Agenda/Homework for Friday, October 27, 2017 

Here is the new vocabulary list. Quiz on Thursday, November 2.  

Come to class on Friday prepared to work on  Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.  Use the website for sources to compare with Ovid's version.   See past pumpkins below. 

Old:  Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE    

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, October 24, 2017 

Here is the new vocabulary list. Quiz on Friday, Oct. 27. 

1)  First Quarter Test is Thursday, Oct. 26.  Value 200 points.  HERE IS THE STUDY GUIDE        Don't forget UNUS NAUTA words and -ius paradigm, demonstrative adjectives, personal and reflexive pronouns, possessive adjectives, the relative pronoun, passive voice and participles.   Keep reviewing stories read in class, vocabulary, morphology and syntax. 

2) Review Latin's four participles and complete the sentences on the Green Sheet numbers 1- 6 (front and back).  HW grade.  Work independently

3) Finish reading/translating  paragraphs 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars secunda)- new handout.  Email if you need it.   Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class.  

4) Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.  Use the website for sources to compare with Ovid's version.   See past pumpkins below. 

5) Old:  Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE    

 

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, October 20, 2017 

Here is the new vocabulary list. Quiz on Friday, Oct. 27. 

1) Quiz on Participles.  40-50 points.  Be able to form 4 participles, literally translate into English and elevate into subordinate clauses with relative tense considered.  You may wish to review  a) and b) below:  

a) Read and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. 

b) Read and study page 3.5 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE   Email if you need this. 

2) Complete English to Latin Sentences on the green sheet.  Do only # 1 and 2. 

3) Complete sentences 5-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE      

4) Finish paragraph 4 (on the following page) for Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars prima) and read/translate paragraphs 1 and 2 of Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars secunda)- new handout.  Email if you need it.   Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class.  See Renaissance painting of Atalanta and Hippomenes above and below. 

5) Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.  Use the website for sources to compare with Ovid's version. 

6) Keep reviewing stories read in class.  First Quarter Test is Thursday, Oct. 26.  Value 200 points. 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, October 19, 2017 

1) Work on Participles in the following order: 

a) Read and study pages 184-6 of Wheelock and then watch this video on Latin's Four Participles. 

b) Read and study page 3.5 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE   Email if you need this. 

c) Complete pages 4 and 5 and sentences 2-9 on page 6 of   HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE PARTICIPLE      HW Grade

2) Finish paragraph 4 (on the following page) for Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars prima) and read/translate paragraphs 1 and 2 of Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars secunda)- new handout.  Email if you need it.   Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class.  See Renaissance painting of Atalanta and Hippomenes above and below. 

3) What does the verb:  videor, videri, visus sum mean and what syntax comes with this verb? Give a translation of each principal part of the verb and translate:     Haec rana mihi tristis videtur. 

4) Old:   Finish all verb games in handout on passive voice.   HW grade. 

5) Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.  Use the website for sources to compare with Ovid's version. 

6) Keep reviewing stories read in class.  First Quarter Test is Thursday, Oct. 26.  Value 200 points. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, October 17, 2017 

1) What does the verb:  videor, videri, visus sum mean and what syntax comes with this verb? Give a translation of each principal part of the verb and translate:     Haec rana mihi tristis videtur. 

1.5) Finish all verb games in handout on passive voice.  HW grade. 

2) Finish paragraph 4 (on the following page) for Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars prima) and read/translate paragraphs 1 and 2 of Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars secunda)- new handout.  Email if you need it.   Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class.  See Renaissance painting of Atalanta and Hippomenes above and below. 

3) Janus or double-sided quiz (Passive Voice & Review of Verbs Vocabulary) for the grade book (approx. 40 + 40 points = 80 points):

a) on passive voice: Latin morphology for all six tenses indicative, their English translation, and present passive infinitives, and two version of the new sexy verb game.  Watch videos if needed to internalize passive morphology.   See videos in # 5 below, if necessary. 

b) Here is the new  vocabulary list for verbal morphological review and passive voice.   Quiz on Tuesday, October 16.  Know all principal parts. 

4) Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three.

5) PASSIVE VOICE Videos:  

        Passive Voice PRESENT System Tenses: 

Present Tense Passive Voice

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice

Future Tense Passive Voice

         Passive Voice PERFECT System Tenses

         Perfect Passive Indicative 

         Pluperfect Passive Indicative

        Future Perfect Passive Indicative

6) Keep reviewing stories read in class.  First Quarter Test is Thursday, Oct. 26.  Value 200 points. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, October 12, 2017 

1) Read and translate paragraph 3 and 4 (on the following page) for Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars prima).  Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class. 

2) Watch the videos in # 3 below (especially on the perfect system tenses) and then complete pages 1, 2, 3 4 of the new Passive Voice handout.   See your charts with verbal morphology or appendix of Wheelock. 

3) PASSIVE VOICE Videos:  Expect a short quiz. 

        Passive Voice PRESENT System Tenses: 

Present Tense Passive Voice

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice

Future Tense Passive Voice

         Passive Voice PERFECT System Tenses

         Perfect Passive Indicative 

         Pluperfect Passive Indicative

        Future Perfect Passive Indicative

4) Here is the new  vocabulary list for verbal morphological review and passive voice.   Quiz on Tuesday, October 16.

5) Keep reviewing stories read in class.  Test is coming in a fortnight. 

6) Mythological Pumpkin Assignment.  Email me if you are working with a partner.    Here is the project.  There are copies of Ovid's Metamorphoses in room 335.  Handouts, pumpkins and presentations are due on Tuesday, Oct.31.   Come to class in custom.   Value 100 points.  Latin club with judge pumpkins and give prized for the top three. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, October 10, 2017 

1) Read and translate paragraphs 1 and 2 and half of 3 for Atalanta et Hippomenēs  (pars prima).  Be able to show me your translation and read aloud in class. 

2) Complete pages 2, 3, 4 of Verbal Morphology handout and begin learning the attached list of verbs - all 4 principal parts. Most you know or should know already.  Translate the list of verbs into English.   Here are some videos if you need to review verbal morphology in more detail

3) PASSIVE VOICE in the present system:  Start learning or review the passive voice of the present, imperfect and future.   Watch these videos on the passive voice in the present system and take notes. 

Present Tense Passive Voice

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice

Future Tense Passive Voice

4) Here is the new  vocabulary list Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima   Quiz on Tuesday, October 9.

5) Keep reviewing stories read in class.  Test is coming in a fortnight. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, October 6, 2017 

1) Finish quiz on the relative pronoun and sign pledge.   

2) Complete the first page of Verbal Morphology handout.  Translate the list of verb into English. Here are some videos if you need to review verbal morphology in more detail

3) Turn in the assignment for Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima  Here is the assignment if you need it.   Sign pledge. 

4) Here is the new  vocabulary list Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima   Quiz on Tuesday, October 9.

5) Keep reviewing stories read in class. 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, October 5, 2017 

1) Consolidation quiz on Thursday, Oct. 5 on the relative pronoun, demonstrative adjectives, UNUS NAUTA words, personal pronouns, possessive adjectives and reflexive pronouns.  Study also objective and partitive genitive, genitive after memor and oblitus dative of the possessor and dative of the possessor.   You should reWatch this short video on qui, quae, quod and read/study Wheelock, page 139-40. 

2) Finish Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars SECUNDA  all paragraphs

3) Turn in the assignment for Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Secunda.  Here is the assignment if you need it.   Sign pledge. 

4) Here is the new  vocabulary list Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima   Quiz on Tuesday, October 9. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, October 3, 2017 

1) Work to be done on Relative Pronouns: 

a) You should reWatch this short video on qui, quae, quod and read/study Wheelock, page 139-40. 

b) In Relative Pronoun (qui, quae, quod) handout complete the 6 sentences (English to Latin) on page 4.  Here is vocabulary to help.   Turn these in on Tuesday.   Graded for correctness.    40-60 points.  Work independently and sign the pledge.  If you show them to me before or on Monday, I will mark your mistakes and give you a chance to correct them. 

c) Consolidation quiz on Thursday, Oct. 5 on the relative pronoun, demonstrative adjectives, UNUS NAUTA words, personal pronouns, possessive adjectives and reflexive pronouns. 

2) For Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima complete paragraph THREE and FOUR and at the same time finish the assignment of on case syntax.  Here is the assignment if you need it.    I will ask to see the translation and assignment.   See images of Pyramus and Thisbe above and below. 

3) Here is the new  vocabulary list Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima   Quiz in 10 days. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, September 29, 2017 

1)Watch this short video on qui, quae, quod and take notes. 

2) Complete pages 1 with questions and 3 with sentences (3-9) of new handout on Relative Pronoun: qui, quae, quod.   HW grade. 

2) Finish reading and writing out a translation for Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima (paragraph THREE) and complete the assignment attached down to f) ore. Use handout on case syntax for help justifying the syntax of nouns.   I will ask to see the translation and assignment.   See images of Pyramus and Thisbe above and below. 

4) vocabulary list.   Quiz on Friday, Sept.  29  Approx. 50 points

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, September 28, 2017 

1) Big Fat Furry Quiz (at least 50 points) on: ego, tu, nos, vos (personal pronouns),  3rd person Reflexive Pronouns (----, sui, sibi, se, se), 3rd person Reflexive Adjective (suus, a, um), UNUS NAUTA words and hic, ille, iste, ipse, is, idem (demonstrative adjectives).    Nikhil should learn the paradigm of idem, eadem, idem for this quiz.  Be able to answer the following questions as part of this quiz:   Which word in a sentence will be the antecedent of a reflexive pronoun or adjective?   What case do reflexive pronouns lack?  What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  How do you determine the gender and number, and therefore the English translation of a reflexive pronoun or adjective?  What part of speech is ipse, ipsa, ipsum and why is often confused by students with ----, sui, sibi, se, se

2) Finish reading and writing out a translation for Pyramus et Thisbe, Pars Prima (paragraphs 1-3) and complete the assignment attached down to f) ore. Use handout on case syntax for help justifying the syntax of nouns.   I will ask to see the translation and assignment.   See images of Pyramus and Thisbe above and below. 

3) Start learning this vocabulary list.   Quiz on Friday, Sept.  29  Approx. 50 points

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, September 26, 2017 

1) Watch this video if you need to review personal pronouns: ego, tu, nos, vos. 

2) Work  on 3rd person Reflexive Pronouns (----, sui, sibi, se, se) and 3rd person Reflexive Adjective (suus, a, um):       Watch the last two minutes of this video.                      Dhru is sui generis.       

a)Read and study the paradigms and notes on pages 1-6 of Reflexive Rabbits.  Email if you need this handout. 

d) Answer these questions:  Which word in a sentence will be the antecedent of a reflexive pronoun or adjective?   What case do reflexive pronouns lack?  What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  How do you determine the gender and number and therefore the English translation of a reflexive pronoun or adjective?  What part of speech is ipse, ipsa, ipsum and why is often confused by students with ----, sui, sibi, se, se

c) Complete all sentences 1-30 (MASSIVE HW grade) on pages 7-9 of Reflexive Rabbits. 

2) Start learning this vocabulary list.   Quiz on Friday, Sept.  29  Approx. 50 points. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, September 22, 2017 

1) Complete all of page one of take-home quiz and the first 3 sentences on the back of the quiz on  UNUS NAUTA words.  Work individually and sign pledge and the first 3 sentences on the back of the quiz.  Here is vocabulary to help: 

Sentence D:  rex, regis (m)      Gallia, -ae (f)       imperium, -ii (n) 

Sentence E;  furor, furoris (m)     iacio, iacere, iecī, iactus     fulmen, fulminis (n)     turba, -ae (f) crowd           tempus, temporis (n) 

Sentence F:  forma, -ae (f)    maneo, manere     auxilium, -ii (n) help     deus, dei (m) 

Sentence 1:  consul, consulis (m)     virgo, virginis (f)   tempus, temporis (n)       amo, amare

Sentence 2:   video, videre, vidi, visus    via, -ae (f)   oculus, oculi (m)    aureus, a, um 

Sentence 3:    regnum, regni (n)     audeo, audere     paro (1)     bellum, -i (n)  tempus, temporis (n) 

2) Old: Complete sentences (English to Latin) 1 and 2 of Assignment for Servius Tullius.   HW Grade. 

3) Review/study De Serviī Tulliī Morte (On The Death of Servius Tullius) See me at lunch if you would like help.  . 

4) Start learning this vocabulary list.   Quiz in 8 days.  Approx. 50 points. 

5) What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  Review is, ea, id.

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, September 21, 2017 

1) Old: Complete sentences (English to Latin) 1 and 2 of Assignment for Servius Tullius.   HW Grade. 

2) Graded quiz on the UNUS NAUTA  words and their paradigm and the demonstrative adjectives of the -ius paradigm (hic, ille, is, idem, iste, ipse).   Here are videos and paradigms to aid your study. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the remaining paragraphs of De Serviī Tulliī Morte (On The Death of Servius Tullius) See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   See me for help. 

4) Start learning this vocabulary list.   Quiz in 10 days.  Approx. 50 points. 

5) What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  Review is, ea, id. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, September 19, 2017 

1)  UNUS NAUTA words: 

a) Learn the UNUS NAUTA  words and their paradigms. 

b) Complete page one and two of handout including sentences (Latin to English) #5-13. 

2) What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  Review is, ea, id. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the 2nd and 3rd paragraph of De Serviī Tulliī Morte (On The Death of Servius Tullius) See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   See me for help. 

4) Old: Complete sentences (English to Latin) 1 and 2 of Assignment for Servius Tullius.   HW Grade. 

4) Vocabulary Quiz for The Reign of Servius Tullius.    Vocabulary on Tuesday,  Sept. 19   Bonus on quiz will to decline:         hoc totum regnum   or   haec tota res

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, September 15, 2017 

1) Begin learning the words of the -ius variation on the 1st/2nd declension paradigm that are captured by the acronym UNUS NAUTA.   See notes and handout for new story The Death of Servius Tullius. 

2) What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent? 

3) Read and write out a translation for the first paragraph of De Serviī Tulliī Morte (On The Death of Servius Tullius) See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   See me for help. 

4) Complete sentences (English to Latin) 1 and 2 of Assignment for Servius Tullius.   HW Grade. 

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list for The Reign of Servius Tullius.    Vocabulary on Tuesday,  Sept. 19

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, September 14, 2017 

1)  Review morphology of is, ea, id.    Do all sentences (fill in the banks) in section C of handout on is, ea, id.  Email if you need this.  HW grade.  To review is, ea, id  Watch this video 

2)    Quiz on declension review and is, ea, id as a week demonstrative adjective.   Format will be similar to recently completed exercises and will also include some theoretical or conceptual questions from the review.     Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the FINAL paragraph of The Reign of Servius Tullius. See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   See me for help. 

4) Complete sentences (English to Latin) 1 and 2 of Assignment for Servius Tullius.   HW Grade. 

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list for The Reign of Servius Tullius.    Vocabulary quiz in 5 days. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, September 12, 2017 

1) Watch this video and learn/review the declension/paradigm of is, ea, id, which is a weak demonstrative adjective that follows the -ius variation of the first/second declension.  Observe theses example:      ea paella - the/that girl     is gladius = the sword              id mare = the sea                       ea = the woman or she        is = the man or he        id = the thing or it.       ea saxa = the rocks        

2) Review of Latin Nouns and Adjectives:

a) Rapid Review: Latin Nouns & Adjectives:  Complete questions  6 and 7 and 14 and 15.   The sentence in 7 should read:  In a short time our leader, a man of great courage, will give the heavy booty to the brave animals by hand.  Here is some vocabulary to help:  tempus temporis (n)       brevis, breve -short, briefdux, ducis (m) leader     virtus, virtutis (f) courage        praeda, -ae (f) booty       animal, -is (n)       manus, -ūs (f) hand   See Wheelock for help.   Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives.

b) Complete B (second page) of Declension Review Exercises- Nouns & Adjectives    Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the first paragraph of The Reign of Servius Tullius. See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   See me for help. 

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list for The Reign of Servius Tullius.    Vocabulary quiz in 7 days. 

Agenda/Homework for Thursday, September 7, 2017 

1) Review notes from class: 1) what is a finite verb? 2) what is the function of the nominative case? 3) What is the meaning of semantics, morphology and syntax? 4) What is the grammatical relationship between the subjective and the finite verb? 5) What is the grammatical relationship between a noun and a modifying adjective?   

2) Review of Latin Nouns and Adjectives:

a) Rapid Review: Latin Nouns & Adjectives:  Complete questions 1-7.  See Wheelock for help.  Finish the remaining questions for Tuesday's class. Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives.

b) Complete section A (first page) of Declension Review Exercises- Nouns & Adjectives  Do B (second page) for Tuesday's class.   Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the first paragraph of The Reign of Servius Tullius. See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.   You should be exhausted when you have finish this, like the poor little rabbit below.  See picture. 

4) Begin learning the vocabulary list for The Reign of Servius Tullius.    Vocabulary quiz in 10 days. 

 


 

1) Finish/review (read/translate) all of De Tarquinio Prisco Rege story.  Be prepared to read/translate orally in class.   

2) Quiz on the morphology of ego, tu, nos, vos. Read/study Wheelock pages 87-89.  Watch this video on personal pronouns.  Do not forget possessive adjectives meus, tuus, noster, vester.   What is an objective genitive?   What cases do words of remembering (memor, memoris)  and forgetting (oblitus, a, um) govern?   What do mei, tui, nostri, vestri not express?   Study your notes from class. 

3) Here is the list for our first vocabulary quiz.   Quiz on Tuesday, September 21. Know the complete dictionary entry. 

Homework for Thursday, September 15, 2016

1) Finish (read/translate) all of De Tarquinio Prisco Rege story.   See vocabulary list for help.  Be prepared to read/translate orally in class.   Email me at: aberrantadventures@mac.com,  if you have questions.    Review what we have read in class.  See me for help at lunch. 

2) Graded QUIZ on nouns and adjectives of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd declensions. Know TUNUS words and is, ea, id , which follow 1st/2nd declension paradigm but have -ius in genitive singular and  in dative singular of all genders.   Click here for a handout on 3rd I-stem nouns

3) Things to Review: 

a) How does the enclitic coordinating conjunction -que function? Give 3 rules. 

b) List the SIDSPACE prepositions and their English meanings. 

c) Review timeline for Roman History.  Know dates and events. 

d) What is the difference between an infinitive (amare) and a finite verb (amamus)?  

e) What this video on personal pronouns.  

4) Here is the list for our first vocabulary quiz.   Quiz on Tuesday, September 21. Know the complete dictionary entry. 

Homework for Tuesday, September 13, 2016

1) Study the paradigms of 1st/2nd (video, if you need it) and 3rd declension adjectives.  Read Wheelock pages 131-3.  Then  watch this video and take notes.     Click here for more videos and paradigms, if needed. 

2) Complete Side B of the Salmon/Coral Colored take-home quiz.   Remember that totus, a, um and is, ea, id follow 1st/2nd declension paradigm but have -ius in genitive singular and in dative singular of all genders.  Here is the paradigm for is, ea, id. 

3) For the De Tarquinio Prisco Rege story (handed out in class) review the first paragraph and translate the 2nd paragraph. See vocabulary list for help.  Be prepared to read/translate orally in class.   Email me at: aberrantadventures@mac.com,  if you have questions.    

 

4) Here is the list for our first vocabulary quiz.   Quiz on Tuesday, September 21. Know the complete dictionary entry. 

What case is marī? What cases is mare


Homework for Thursday, September 8, 2016

1) Review notes from today's class.  Know these terms: infinitive, finite verb, subject-verb agreement, present system tenses, perfect system tenses,  vocabulary, morphology, syntax, nominative, genitive, dative, accusative and ablative.   Pages 12-3 of Wheelock may be help for some of these concepts. 

2) Finish reading/writing out a translation for the paragraph one of De Tarquinio Prisco Rege story (handed out in class) Do only first paragraph and see vocabulary list for help.  Be prepared to read/translate orally in class.   Email me at: aberrantadventures@mac.com,  if you have questions.    

 

4) If you need review of the perfect tense, read page 71-2 of Latin Via Ovid and then watch this video.  For the pluperfect tense watch this video

See Wheelock page 501 for a summary of all tenses in the perfect system. 

Here are some online dictionary that are useful: 

Latin Dictionary at University of Notre Dame

Latin Dictionary at Perseus

 

 

 

 

Homework for Monday, October 26, 2015

1) Finish reading  the first page of From Aeneas to Romulus story.  I have fixed some typos and added more vocabulary. Click here to download the new version.   See and examine the altar below for images  of Romulus and Remus. 

2) Finish the sentences on page 4 (last page) of passive morphology handout and  correct page 3 of passive morphology exercises.  Here is the answer key.  

2.5) Quiz on the passive voice of present system. Review notes on passive voice and recite forms aloud to cement these in our memory.   Know also how to form and translate present passive infinitives.   

3)  Work on the 4th declension paradigm: 

a) Watch these two short videos: 1) Short Video on masc./fem. 4th declension words.  2) Short video on neuter nouns of 4th declension. 

b) Complete pages 6 and 8 of new handout titled From Aeneas to Romulus, etc. 

c) Recite the 4th declension paradigm aloud. 

3.5) Bring quiz returned with the 7 sentences that I returned earlier in the week. 

4) Work Mythological pumpkin project.  See me for help or with questions.  I must schedule some of you to present on Thursday.   Extra credit for those who volunteer to present on Thursday. 

 

Homework for Friday, October 23, 2015

1) Finish pages 2 and 3 of Thursday's 4 page handout on the passive voice. 

2) Review notes on passive voice and recite forms aloud to cement these form in our memory.  Quiz will come on Monday.   

3) Watch this short video and take notes.  Short Video.

Bring quiz returned today and the 7 sentences that I returned earlier in the week. 

4) Work Mythological pumpkin project. See me for help or with questions. 

 

Homework for Thursday, October 22, 2015

1) Use my answer key to correct your seven sentences. Bring this to class to show me and discuss on Thursday. 

2) Passive Voice: 

a) Recite the passive personal endings for the present system aloud and note how present passive infinitives are formed in each conjugation. See page one of new handout. 

 b) You may wish to rewatch these videos on the passive voice in the present system and take notes. 

Present Tense Passive Voice

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice

Future Tense Passive Voice

c) Read pages 53-57 titled Introduction to the Passive Voice and say forms aloud.   Your green morphological charts are also useful.  Use this information to complete the charts in Morphology of the Passive Voice in the Present System for  video, videre, vidi, visus, a, um and iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus on pages 3 and 5 of handout. 

d) Complete sentences 1-8 in the handout on passive voice on pages 7-8 and note uses of the ablative of personal agent (ab or ā + ablative case). 

2) Choose a partner or two for the mythological pumpkin. Then choose a myth from Ovid's Metamorphoses and email this to me.  Also email with questions. 

 

Homework for Tuesday, October 20, 2015

1) Complete the two verb games for video and ago.  See green handouts for guidance. 

2) Passive Voice:  Watch these videos on the passive voice in the present system and take notes.  This is new and crucial.  See green verbal morphological charts for passive morphology.  What are the passive personal endings for the present system?  

Present Tense Passive Voice

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice

Future Tense Passive Voice

3) Consolidation quiz (100 points) on all demonstrative adjectives (is, hic, ille, iste, idem, ipse), person pronouns (ego, tu, nos, vos), possessive adjectives (meus, tuus, noster, vester, suus) and reflexive pronouns, especially ------, sui, sibi, se, se.   Know morphology of all the above.  What is the relation between a pronoun and its antecedent?  Know also six uses of the genitive case, especially the partitive and objective genitive.    I will use vocabulary mainly from the last list for this quiz.  See handouts,  videos below from old HW and chapters in Wheelock.  

4) Choose a partner or two for the mythological pumpkin. Then choose a myth from Ovid's Metamorphoses and email this to me. 

 

Homework forThursday, October 15, 2015

1) Read and study the new handout on Reflexive Pronouns, especially (-----, sui, sibi, se, se), the reflexive possessive adjective suus, a, um and Ipse, Ipsa, Ipsum.  Know paradigms and observation concerning syntax.  Then complete all short sentences on the last three pages of this handout.   These sentences should also help with vocabulary for the quiz below. 

2) Vocabulary quiz on Thursday, October 15.  Click on Willy the Magnificent for a somewhat shortened list for this quiz.  

 

Homework for Tuesday, October 13, 2015

1) Review the paradigm of is, ea, id.  Read/study pages 85-90 of Wheelock.  Also learn the paradigm of īdem, eadem, idem.   Note its function as both a pronoun and a weak demonstrative adjective. Old but essential:  Complete the handout with questions and exercises.   Email if you need this.   Here is video on is, ea, id.   Watch again and recite all paradigms aloud. 

2) Complete sentences 4-7 of the seven English to Latin Sentences.  See handout on Genitive case syntax for help and/or email me with questions. 

 3) Complete the final paragraph of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. 

4) Read over page 105 to 107 of Wheelock and you should familiarize yourself with the concept of REFLEXIVE.    

5) Vocabulary quiz on Thursday, October 15.  Click on Willy the Magnificent for a somewhat shortened list for this quiz.  

 

Homework for Friday, October 9, 2015

1) Learn the paradigm of is, ea, id.  Complete the handout with questions and exercises. Expect a short quiz tomorrow.    Email if you need this.   Here is video on is, ea, id. 

2) Complete sentences 1-3 of the seven English to Latin Sentences.  See handout on Genitive case syntax for help. 

 3) Old: Complete the chart on page 8 of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. Change the adjective at the top to match the gender, #, and case of the nouns on the left. 

4) Prepare to chant hic and ille aloud in halls on Friday. 

Homework for Thursday, October 8, 2015

1) Read and study my two page handout on six slimy uses of the genitive case. Focus on the partitive  and objective genitives.  Understanding these genitives is crucial.  See me for help. 

2) Quiz on the morphology/paradigms of ego, tu, nos, vos, hic, ille, iste and download and complete these exercises. You may wish to rewatch:  This video on personal pronouns is also useful. 

 4) Old: Complete the chart on page 8 of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. Change the adjective at the top to match the gender, #, and case of the nouns on the left. 

5) Review and/or finish the penultimate paragraph of the Aeneas/Dido story. 

5)  Old:  Verbal Morphology: Complete the verb games on pages 11 and 12 of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. I think you have done enough work to review the perfect system but if you feel you need extra practice, let me know. Extra credit available. See Wheelock pages 96-98 for additional review. 

6) Prepare to chant hic and ille aloud in halls on Friday. 


 

Homework for Tuesday, October 6, 2015

1) Verbal Morphology: 

a) Complete the verb games on pages 11 and 12 of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. I think you have done enough work to review the perfect system but if you feel you need extra practice, let me know. Extra credit available. See Wheelock pages 96-98 for additional review. 

b) Quiz Tuesday on all verbal morphology (present and prefect system active voice) reviewed.  Do not neglect irregular verbs: sum, possum, fero, fio, eo, volo, malo, nolo.  See Wheelock pages 506-9 for complete paradigms of these verbs. 

2) Nominal Morphology: 

a) Complete the chart on page 8 of the Aeneas Wanders Mare Nostrum...chapter. Change the adjective at the top to match the gender, #, and case of the nouns on the left. 

b) Review the -ius paradigm: hic, ille and TUNUS words. 

c) Watch and take notes on this video and that video.  Learn the paradigm of is, ea, id.  Recite this aloud.   This video on personal pronouns is also useful. 

 

2) Demonstratives and -ius paradigm: 

a) Watch this video on hic, haec, hoc and take notes. 

b) Review the TŪNŪS -ius adjectives and learn the paradigm for hic, ille, iste.  Say these aloud and loud.   See Wheelock page 71-74. 

c) Compete (exercises I, II, III) of the double sided handout on demonstratives titled Notes and Exercises for Demonstrative Rabbits.   Note how demonstratives may be used as adjectives, substantives or pronouns (1, 2, 3 of handout).  What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  How do you determine the gender and number of a pronoun?  How do you determine the case of a pronoun?  Click on the rabbit, if you need this. 

d)  Expect a quiz on the -ius paradigm, including the demonstrative that follow this paradigm - hic, ille, ista

Homework for Thursday,October 1, 2015

1) Complete pages the last two pages of Verbal Morphology is a Sexy Monkey.  Use green charts for irregular verbs.   See Wheelock chapter one and use your the last page of your green charts to find the 8 irregular verbs.  Click here for this, if you needed it.    

2) Demonstratives and -ius paradigm: 

a) Watch this video on hic, haec, hoc and take notes. 

b) Review the TŪNŪS -ius adjectives and learn the paradigm for hic, ille, iste.  Say these aloud and loud.   See Wheelock page 71-74. 

c) Compete (exercises I, II, III) of the double sided handout on demonstratives titled Notes and Exercises for Demonstrative Rabbits.   Note how demonstratives may be used as adjectives, substantives or pronouns (1, 2, 3 of handout).  What is the grammatical relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent?  How do you determine the gender and number of a pronoun?  How do you determine the case of a pronoun?  Click on the rabbit, if you need this. 

d)  Expect a quiz on the -ius paradigm, including the demonstrative that follow this paradigm - hic, ille, ista

3) Finish reading and translating the second paragraph of the new story on the Aeneas legend.  See vocabulary list in the packet for help and/or use this one line dictionary: Latin Dictionary at University of Notre Dame

 

4) Review paragraph one of the Aeneas story.   Omit the word Troianos near the end of the first paragraph.  Find two example of a genitive of description in this paragraph. 

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Homework for Tuesday, September 29, 2015

1) Complete pages 4-8 of Verbal Morphology is a Sexy Monkey.    See Wheelock chapter one and use your the last page of your green charts to find the 8 irregular verbs.  Click here for this, if you needed it.       You may wish to rewatch the videos below prior to beginning the exercises.  Green charts of verbal morphology are also your friend. 

Video on the Present Tense

Video on Future Tense

2) Review and learn the -ius paradigm which is followed by the adjectives totus, a, um (whole, entire)and ille, illa, illud (that/those) and hic, haec, hoc.(this/these).     Expect a quiz on the paradigm of totus or ille on Tuesday.    I will post a video to watch soon.   See page 7 of the new story packet.  Decline the words below at the bottom of page 7 illa regina,  hoc mare,                   corpus totum.

3) Finish reading and translating the first paragraph of the new story on the Aeneas legend.  See vocabulary list in the packet for help and/or use this one line dictionary: Latin Dictionary at University of Notre Dame

4) Old: Review notes and webpage on the Aeneas legend. Examine the images as well.  Click here for the page.           

5) See picture of Delos below and locate this island on a map. 

 

Homework for Thursday, September 24, 2015

1) Review notes on Latin verbs.  Investigate and caress your new green verbal morphological charts. These will be your friend.  Put them with pick adjective/nouns charts.  Click here for a digital copy. 

2) Complete pages 1-4 of Verbal Morphology is a Sexy Monkey.   See Wheelock chapter one and use your the last page of your green charts to find the 8 irregular verbs.  Click here for this, if you needed it. 

Video on the Present Tense

Video on Future Tense

3) Complete and turn in sentences 6 and 7 English to Latin.  Label all noun syntax.  Turn this in for a grade (40 points).   Email or see me with questions.    What is special about appropinquo

4) First vocabulary quiz on Thursday, September 25. Here is the list.   Do not leave studying this list to the last minute.   50 points. 

5) Review notes and webpage on the Aeneas legend. Examine the images as well.  Click here for the page. 

Homework for Tuesday, September 22, 2015

1) Final quiz on all things 1st, 2nd and especially 3rd declension.  See Wheelock and pink charts to review.    50 points. 

2) Complete sentences 1 to 5 of the English to Latin: Seven Sexy Sentences.   Make sure you give the syntax of each noun.   See handout on case syntax for help.   You may email with questions. 

3) Complete this version of declension fun. Change the nouns on the left to agree in gender, #, and case with the adjective at the top.   Click here for declension fun

3) Review the Troia Capta et Aeneas Profugus story and continue to learn vocabulary.    This will appear on our first test, so keep reviewing, rereading, etc. 

4) First vocabulary quiz on Thursday, September 25. Here is the list.   Do not leave studying this list to the last minute.  

 

Homework for Friday, September 18, 2015

1) Review all things 3rd declension and complete the chart/grid that asks you to change the morphology of each noun on the left to agree in gender, # and case with the adjective at the top (novus, a, um = new; acer, acris, arce - fierce, sharp, bitter).   Here is a copy if you need it.   Graded. 

2) Finish to the very end the assignment titled Grammatical Concepts and Syntax for Troia Capta.  I will ask to see this.  Email me if you need this. 

3) Review the Troia Capta et Aeneas Profugus story and continue to learn vocabulary for next week's vocabulary quiz.   Here is the list.  

4) Give me extra credit answers on Friday. 

 



Homework for Thursday, September 17, 2015

1) Review story Troia Capta. Chick here for a corrected version. Be able to read/translate without aid of your translation or notes.   Review grammatical concepts discussed in this story.    We will finish it on Thursday.  Also begin learning the vocabulary list for this story.  Click here for the version for the quiz on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015. 

2) Work on the Wretched, but Crucial 3rd Declension: 

a) Review notes on the third declension nouns and adjectives.  Practice saying these paradigms aloud.  You may wish to review the videos from last class's homework below.  Also see charts below.   

b) Read CAPVT XIV pages 114-5 on 3rd decl. "i" stem nouns and how to identify them.

c)  Learn the weird "i" stems paradigm of vis, vis (f) in CAPVT XIV.    Click here for the full paradigm.       DO NOT CONFUSE VIS, VIS (F) WITH VIR, VIRI (M) - MAN

d) Do exercises on page 422 of Wheelock for CAPVT XIV, numbers 1 to 5 only.  Write out answers and sign pledge.    You may need to look up a few words in back of Wheelock.  I will ask to see this. 

e) Quiz (40 points) on all things third declensions in the form of declining noun/adjective pairs. I will choose the words from the Wheelock chapters VII, XIV, and XVI.    I will also include the odd word from the 1st and 2nd declension.  Email with questions.   

3) Read page 53 of new handout titled REVIEW OF CASE USES and complete Practice Five on the following pages.  

4) ) Old: Examine and know characters/images on on The Aeneas Legend page. 


Old Homework 

3) Complete questions and declensions on page 7 and 8 of Troia Capta handout. See WheelockChapters II, III and IV, if you need to review the first and second declension from Latin I.   See also Wheelock pages 17 and 27 to find some masculine words of the first declension to explain the acronym "APPIANS". 

4) Short review quiz on first and second declension nouns and adjectives (20 points).  

5) Who are the four individuals in the scene below.  See vocabulary list from Troia Capta?

1) Review notes from today's class.  Know these terms: infinitive, finite verb, appositive, vocabulary, morphology, syntax, nominative, genitive, dative, accusative and ablative.  Pages 12-3 of Wheelock may be help for some of these. 

2) Finish reading/writing out a translation for the Troia Capta et Aeneas Profugus story.  Do only first paragraph and see vocabulary list for help on pages 5 and 6 of handout.  Email me at:

aberrantadventures@mac.com,  if you have questions.    

Here are some online dictionary that are useful: 

Latin Dictionary at University of Notre Dame

Latin Dictionary at Perseus

3) Complete questions and declensions on page 7 and 8 of Troia Capta handout. See Wheelock Chapters II, III and IV, if you need to review the first and second declension from Latin I.   See also Wheelock pages 17 and 27 to find some masculine words of the first declension to explain the acronym "APPIANS". 

4) Short review quiz on first and second declension nouns and adjectives (20 points).  

5) Who are the four individuals in the scene below.  See vocabulary list from Troia Capta?