Agenda/Homework for Latin III

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Agenda/Homework for Latin III

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Homework/Agenda Monday, October 21, 2019

1) Creative Projective on Ovid’s Account of Creation: As you review/reread lines 1.1-87 of Ovid’s Metamorphoses visualize Ovid’s language and illustrate it into a poster on an 11x17 sheet of paper (I will provide this) with each element label with a Latin phrase or dictionary entry of the illustrated thing or concepts. More elements and Latin labeling the better. Due Monday, October 21. 100 points.

2) Read Ovid’s account of the Aetas Aurea down to line 115. Be prepared to read and translate in class. Use vocabulary and commentary to help.

3) Bring Corrected Test.

Homework/Agenda Wednesday, October 16, 2019

1) Read Ovid’s account of the Aetas Aurea down to line 115. Be prepared to read and translate in class. Use vocabulary and commentary to help.

2) Review notes from class on participles, relative tense, the ablative absolutes, elevation of participle phrases, the active and passive periphrastic and the dative of agent. There will be a verb game with participles and verbal nouns. Test on this material and present subjunctive morphology on Wednesday, Oct. 16 Watch the first 5.30 min of this video on the active periphrastic. Then watch this video on the passive periphrastic. You may stop at 5.40 min. Take notes.

3) Bring Corrected Test.

4) Creative Projective on Ovid’s Account of Creation: As you review/reread lines 1.1-87 of Ovid’s Metamorphoses visualize Ovid’s language and illustrate it into a poster on an 11x17 sheet of paper (I will provide this) with each element label with a Latin phrase or dictionary entry of the illustrated thing or concepts. More elements and Latin labeling the better. Due in 10 days. 100 points.

Homework/Agenda Monday, October 14, 2019

1) Read Ovid’s account of the Aetas Aurea down to line 110. Be prepared to read and translate in class. Use vocabulary and commentary to help.

2) Introduction to verbal nouns:

a) Watch this video on infinitives and take notes. Then watch this video on the supine.

b) Study notes on Latin three verbal nouns: 1) infinitives, 2) the gerund; 3) supines in -ū (ablative of respect) and -um (purpose).

b) Complete pages 5-6 of handout first and then first all sentences on pages 3-4.

3) Review notes from class on participles, relative tense, the ablative absolutes, elevation of participle phrases, the active and passive periphrastic and the dative of agent. Test on this material and present subjunctive morphology on Wednesday, Oct. 16 Watch the first 5.30 min of this video on the active periphrastic. Then watch this video on the passive periphrastic. You may stop at 5.40 min. Take notes.

4) Bring Corrected Test.

5) Creative Projective on Ovid’s Account of Creation: As you review/reread lines 1.1-87 of Ovid’s Metamorphoses visualize Ovid’s language and illustrate it into a poster on an 11x17 sheet of paper (I will provide this) with each element label with a Latin phrase or dictionary entry of the illustrated thing or concepts. More elements and Latin labeling the better. Due in 10 days. 100 points.

Homework/Agenda Friday, October 11, 2019

1) Read Ovid’s account of the Aetas Aurea down to line 98. Be prepared to read and translate in class. Use vocabulary and commentary to help.

1.5) Use my key to correct English to Latin sentences 1-4. Bring corrected sentences to class in order that I may see your mistakes.

2) Review notes from class on participles, relative tense, the ablative absolutes, elevation of participle phrases, the active and passive periphrastic and the dative of agent. TEST COMING SOON. Watch the first 5.30 min of this video on the active periphrastic. Then watch this video on the passive periphrastic. You may stop at 5.40 min. Take notes.

3) Bring Corrected Test.

4) Creative Projective on Ovid’s Account of Creation: As you review/reread lines 1.1-87 of Ovid’s Metamorphoses visualize Ovid’s language and illustrate it into a poster on an 11x17 sheet of paper (I will provide this) with each element label with a Latin phrase or dictionary entry of the illustrated thing or concepts. More elements and Latin labeling the better. Due in 10 days. 100 points.

Homework for Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Review notes from class on Jerome, the ablative absolute, Creation Myth from Genesis and jussive/hortatory subjunctive.

1) Vocabulary List for Ovid, Metamorphoses - The Four Ages of Man. Quiz on Wednesday, October 9.

2) Bring CORRECTed TEST: Use the text to correct and/or complete the test. You may use any resources to correct the test. Email if you have questions.

3) Old but Bring completed English to Latin Sentences 1-5 for Friday. HW grade. See me Thursday at lunch if you need help and used Ovid’s text and vocabulary to help craft each sentence.

4) Creative Projective on Ovid’s Account of Creation: As you review/reread lines 1.1-87 of Ovid’s Metamorphoses visualize Ovid’s language and illustrate it into a poster on an 11x17 sheet of paper (I will provide this) with each element label with a Latin phrase or dictionary entry of the illustrated thing or concepts. More elements and Latin labeling the better. Due in 10 days. 100 points.

Homework for Monday, October 7, 2019

1) Genesis: a) Finish reading and translation Creation from Genesis. Be able to read in class. Write out a translation on a separate sheet of paper. b) Note the jussive/hortatory subjunctives in this reading. Watch this video on the present subjunctive and expect a short morphological quiz soon. Videos on the present subjunctive active voice and passive voice. Recite forms aloud and ask: Will Ben Wear A Diamond Diaper?

2) Work on the Ablative Absolute.

a) Watch this video on the ablative absolute and take notes. Answer the following questions: What does absolute mean in ablative absolute? What is the function of an ablative absolute? What may comprise an ablative absolute (3 possibilities)? How is an ablative absolute best elevated into an English subordinate clause?

b) Complete all sentences in the handout from Friday’s class on the ablative absolute.

3) CORRECT TEST: Use the text to correct and/or complete the test. You may use any resources to correct the test. Email if you have questions. Bring correct and completed test to class. Come at lunch if you need help. If you need a blank test email me.

4) Old but Bring completed English to Latin Sentences 1-5 for Friday. HW grade. See me Thursday at lunch if you need help and used Ovid’s text and vocabulary to help craft each sentence.

5) Vocabulary List for Ovid, Metamorphoses - The Four Ages of Man. Quiz on Wednesday, October 9.

6) Creative Projective on Ovid’s Account of Creation: As you review/reread lines 1.1-87 of Ovid’s Metamorphoses visualize Ovid’s language and illustrate it into a poster on an 11x17 sheet of paper (I will provide this) with each element label with a Latin phrase or dictionary entry of the illustrated thing or concepts. More elements and Latin labeling the better. Due in 10 days. 100 points.

Homework for Friday, October 4, 2019

FORMS FOR LATIN CONVENTION 2019

1) Complete English to Latin Sentences 1-5 for Friday. HW grade. See me Thursday at lunch if you need help and used Ovid’s text and vocabulary to help craft each sentence.


2) Vocabulary List for Ovid, Metamorphoses - The Four Ages of Man. Quiz on Monday, October 7.

Homework for Wednesday, October 2, 2019

FORMS FOR LATIN CONVENTION 2019

1) Test on Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-83. Do not forget the 4 line proem. Test on Wednesday, October 2. Value 100-120 points. Know vocabulary, grammar, syntax, morphology of individual words, mythological references and be able to translate in the English. Email if you have questions.

2) Complete and type out the first and second sentence of the English to Latin assignment.
3) Vocabulary List for Ovid, Metamorphoses - The Four Ages of Man. Quiz in approximately 6 days.

Homework for Monday, September 30, 2019

FORMS FOR LATIN CONVENTION 2019

1) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, LINES 64-87. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation. you may make notes on your text. See me at lunch, if you need help. Complete and type out the first and second sentence of the English to Latin assignment.

2) Being reviewing Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-87. Do not forget the 4 line proem. Test on Wednesday, October 2. Value 100-120 points. Know vocabulary, grammar, syntax, morphology of individual words, mythological references and be able to translate in the English. Email if you have questions.

3) Complete and type out the first and second sentence of the English to Latin assignment.


4) Vocabulary List for Ovid, Metamorphoses - The Four Ages of Man. Quiz in approximately ten days.

Homework for Friday, September 27, 2019

FORMS FOR LATIN CONVENTION 2019

1)  Complete and type out the first and second sentence of the English to Latin assignment.

2) Quiz on Latin’s four participles - morphology, literal translation, relative tense and ablative absolute. Study handout and practices quiz. Here are videos on each of the participles to watch. Here is video on the ablative absolute.

3) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, LINES 64-75. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation. you may make notes on your text. See me at lunch, if you need help.

4) Review and reread Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-64.  Also review notes from class. Expect an unannounced quiz is soon. I am also around to help you review or prepare for class at lunch.



Homework for Wednesday, September 25, 2019

1)  Complete and type out the first and second sentence of the English to Latin assignment.

2) Finish the quiz on participle - all sentences. You may use a dictionary and your notes and the Wheekock chapter on participles. Here are videos on each of the participles to watch.

3) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, LINES 58-68. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation. you may make notes on your text. See me at lunch, if you need help.

4)Review and reread Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-58.  Also review notes from class. Expect an unannounced quiz is soon. I am also around to help you review or prepare for class at lunch.


Homework for Monday, September 23, 2019

1)  Complete and type out the first and second sentence of the English to Latin assignment.

2) Quiz on the formation and literal translation of Latin’s participles. Study handout and Watch this video on participles and take notes. Make sure that you can form and literally translate four participle from the 4 principal parts of a Latin verb. Note irregular forms of eo, ire, ii iturus

3) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, LINES 52-62. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation. you may make notes on your text. See me at lunch, if you need help.

4)Review and reread Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-52.  Also review notes from class. Expect an unannounced quiz is soon. I am also around to help you review or prepare for class at lunch.


Homework for Friday, September 20, 2019

1)  Complete and type out the first and second sentence of the English to Latin assignment.

1.5) Watch this video on participles and take notes. Make sure that you can form and literally translate four participle from the 4 principal parts of a Latin verb.

2) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, LINES 44-56. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation. you may make notes on your text. See me at lunch, if you need help.

3)Review and reread Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-42.  Also review notes from class. Expect an unannounced quiz is soon. I am also around to help you review or prepare for class at lunch.

Homework for Wednesday, September 18, 2019

1) Review and reread Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-37.  Also review notes from class. Expect an unannounced quiz is soon. I am also around to help you review or prepare for class at lunch.

2) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, LINES 38-56. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation. you may make notes on your text. See me at lunch, if you need help.

3) Complete and type out the first sentences of the English to Latin assignment.


Homework for Monday, September 16, 2019

Here is the first vocabulary list for Ovid, Metamorphoses. Quiz on Monday, Sept. 16. Email if you have question about the vocabulary quiz. You must complete full dictionary entries as on the list and I will put a picture on the quiz to be labeled with dictionary entries. The bonus is to decline  ea gravis vis. See below HW for the paradigm of i-stem vis vis (f).

1) Review and reread Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-30.  Also review notes from class. Expect an unannounced quiz is soon. I am also around to help you review or prepare for class at lunch.

2) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 31-45. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation. you may make notes on your text. See me at lunch, if you need help.

3) Here is the first vocabulary list for Ovid, Metamorphoses. Quiz on Monday, Sept. 16.



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Homework for Friday, September 13, 2019

1) Review and reread Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-30.  Also review notes from class. Expect an unannounced quiz is soon. I am also around to help you review or prepare for class at lunch.

2) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 31-38. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation. you may make notes on your text. See me at lunch, if you need help.

 3) Continue to review the morphology of Latin Nouns and Adjectives:  See Wheelock's Latin pages 495-9 for help and Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives. Quiz on morphology of nouns and adjectives, including demonstrative adjectives such as is, ille, hoc, ipse etc. on Friday, Sept. 13. Value 60 points.

4) Here is the first vocabulary list for Ovid, Metamorphoses. Quiz on Monday, Sept. 16.

Homework for Friday, September 13, 2019

1) Review and reread Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-30.  Also review notes from class. Expect an unannounced quiz is soon. I am also around to help you review or prepare for class at lunch.

2) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 31-38. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation. you may make notes on your text. See me at lunch, if you need help.

 3) Continue to review the morphology of Latin Nouns and Adjectives:  See Wheelock's Latin pages 495-9 for help and Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives. Quiz on morphology of nouns and adjectives, including demonstrative adjectives such as is, ille, hoc, ipse etc. on Friday, Sept. 13. Value 60 points.

4) Here is the first vocabulary list for Ovid, Metamorphoses. Quiz on Monday, Sept. 16.

Homework for Wednesday, September 11, 2019

1) Review and reread Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-20.  Also review notes from class. Expect an unannounced quiz is soon. I am also around to help you review or prepare for class at lunch.

2) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 21-31. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation. you may make notes on your text. See me at lunch, if you need help.

3) Complete and turn in the fourth page of Ovid, Metamorphoses packet which contains exercises on noun-adjective pairs. Graded Assignment. See me at lunch if you need help with this or instructions. Here it is if you can’t find it. Much of the vocabulary is taken from this list: Here is the first vocabulary list for Ovid, Metamorphoses.

 3) Continue to review the morphology of Latin Nouns and Adjectives:  See Wheelock's Latin pages 495-9 for help and Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives. Quiz on morphology of nouns and adjective, including demonstrative adjectives such as is, ille, etc. s on Friday, Sept. 13. Value 60 points.

4) Here is the first vocabulary list for Ovid, Metamorphoses. Quiz on Monday, Sept. 16.

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Homework for Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Here is the first vocabulary list for Ovid, Metamorphoses.

1) Review and reread Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-11.  Also review notes from class.

2) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 12-23. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation. you may make notes on your text. See me at lunch if you need help.

 3) Continue to review the morphology of Latin Nouns and Adjectives: 

a) See Wheelock's Latin pages 495-9 for help and Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives.

b) Complete and hand in the side exercise B of noun adjective fun.

c) Quiz on morphology of nouns and adjective, including demonstrative adjectives such as is, ille, etc. s on Wednesday, Sept. 11. Value 60 points.

4) Here is the first vocabulary list for Ovid, Metamorphoses. Quiz on Monday, Sept. 16.

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Agenda/Homework for Friday, September 6, 2019 

1) Review and reread Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 1-4.  Also review notes from class.

2) Read and write out a translation of Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 5-14. Use vocabulary and commentary in handout to help.  Be able to read orally in class. See me at lunch if you need help.

 3) Begin a Review of Latin Nouns and Adjectives:  See Wheelock's Latin pages 495-9 for help.  . Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives.



 

HW/Agenda for Monday, March 18, 2019

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. Do III-IV PROSE

1)Read and write out a translation for Eutropius to the end of SECTION XXI. See commentary in handout for help and use login to look up words. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ 

2) Old: Finish sentences 6-9 of English to Latin Sentences in Composition Assignment.

HW/Agenda for Monday, March 11, 2019

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. Do III-IV PROSE

1)Read and write out a translation for Eutropius to the end of SECTION XXI. See commentary in handout for help and use login to look up words. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ 

2) Start and keep reviewing all things subjunctive and all readings (Eutropius & Livy) for a test the following week. Review also subjunctive related vocabulary. Value 200-250 points. See me at lunch if you need help.

3) Old: Finish sentences 6-9 of English to Latin Sentences in Composition Assignment.

HW/Agenda for Friday, March 8, 2019

Keep reviewing subjunctive grammar and readings. Large test is looming and will come within a fortnight.

1)Read and write out a translation for Eutropius to the end of Section XIX. See commentary in handout for help and use login to look up words. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ 

2) Old: Finish sentences 6-9 of English to Latin Sentences in Composition Assignment.

HW/Agenda for Monday, March 4, 2019

Keep reviewing subjunctive grammar and readings. Large test is looming and will come within a fortnight.

1)Read and write out a translation for Eutropius Section XIV-XV. See commentary in handout for help and use login to look up words. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ  Be able to read orally in class with more skill, fluency and mental dexterity than was displayed on Friday when we read the last sentence of the aftermath of Cannae.

2) Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday, March 4.

3) Old: Finish sentences 6-9 of English to Latin Sentences in Composition Assignment.

HW/Agenda for Friday, March 1, 2019

Keep reviewing subjunctive grammar and readings. Large test is looming and will come within a fortnight.

Start learning vocabulary from this list Vocabulary List (Subjunctive Things) for Quiz on Monday, March 5.

1) Old: Finish sentences 6-9 of English to Latin Sentences in Composition Assignment.

2) Read and write out a translation for Eutropius Section XIV. See commentary in handout for help and use login to look up words. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ  Be able to read orally in class with more skill, fluency and mental dexterity than was displayed on Friday when we read the last sentence of the aftermath of Cannae.

3) Complete and turn in assignment Dido, Aeneas and the Cave…and turn this in on Friday, March 1.

4) Old but bring the Indirect Question handout all completed sentences on pages 5-6. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ Quiz on indirect questions coming soon.

5) Review the last sentence of the aftermath of Cannae. We will reread this on Monday

HW/Agenda for Monday, February 25, 2019

Keep reviewing subjunctive grammar and readings. Large test is looming and will come within a fortnight.

1) Finish sentences 1-6 of English to Latin Sentences in Composition Assignment.

2) Read and write out a translation for Eutropius Section XI. See commentary in handout for help and use login to look up words. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ  Be able to read orally in class with more skill, fluency and mental dexterity than was displayed on Friday when we read the last sentence of the aftermath of Cannae.

3) Bring these notes to show me. Watch this video on the Battle of Cannae and take notes. Be able to show me notes and discuss in class

4) Old but bring the Indirect Question handout all completed sentences on pages 5-6. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ Quiz on indirect questions coming soon.

5) Review the last sentence of the aftermath of Cannae. We will reread this on Monday.




HW/Agenda for Friday, February 22, 2019

1) Watch this video on the Battle of Cannae and take notes. Be able to show me notes and discuss in class

2) Finish and bring from the Indirect Question handout all completed sentences on pages 5-6. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ Quiz on indirect questions coming soon.

3) Quiz on the Aftermath of Cannae from Livy. Make sure that the last sentences is finished.

4) Bring questions from this podcast. Listen to this BBC program.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, February 13, 2019

1) Crucial work on the perfect and pluperfect subjunctive active and passive:

a) Watch these videos and take notes (be able to show me) 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 2, 3, 4, 5 of new handout on subjunctive in the perfect system. HW Grade.

c) Quiz on all subjunctive morphology.

2) Finish and bring practice quiz on relative pronouns

3) Review and be able to read orally/translate/analyze the the Aftermath of Cannae from Livy. See vocabulary list in handout for help.

4) Bring questions from this podcast. Listen to this BBC program.

HW/Agenda for Monday, February 11, 2019

1) Quiz on relative pronouns with indicative and subjunctive mood: purpose, characteristic and attraction within indirect statement. Here is the video again: Watch this video and take notes

2) Be able to read orally/translate/analyze the the Aftermath of Cannae from Livy. See vocabulary list in handout for help.

3) Bring questions from this podcast. Listen to this BBC program.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, February 7, 2019

1) Quiz - parsing and translation on the Livy selection that we finished on Friday.

2) Bring the second Aftermath of Cannae section to finish in class.

/Agenda for Monday, February 4, 2019

1) Short quiz - parsing and translation on the Livy selection that we finished on Friday.

2) Work on relative pronouns with indicate and subjunctive mood.

a) Watch this video and take notes

b) Complete all sentences on pages 3 and 4 of relative pronoun handout.

3) Bring questions from this podcast. Listen to this BBC program. Take detailed notes and answer these questions and then organize your notes into a visually appealing, clever and useful little poster. Click here to download questions >>>> This is due

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, January 30, 2019

1) Read and write a translation for all of the first Livy selection.

Listen to this BBC program. Take detailed notes and answer these questions and then organize your notes into a visually appealing, clever and useful little poster. Click here to download questions >>>> This is due on Friday, Feb. 1. Do not leave this assignment to the last minute. Break it up over the week.

HW/Agenda for Monday, January 28, 2019

Keep reviewing for a consolidation test on Monday, January 28 on all morphology and syntax covered thus far but nothing subjunctive or from readings passages. The best thing to do is scroll down through old HW on this page through old HW and videos. Review declension 1 to 5, UNUS NAUTA words, pronouns and demonstrative adjectives, relative pronoun qui, quae, quod, verb game or two, indirect statement, infinitives, participles, ablative absolutes and comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs, etc. Email with questions value 200 points. Format will be similar to earlier quiz with the addition of some multiple choice questions.

HW/Agenda for Friday, January 25, 2019

Keep reviewing for a consolidation test on Monday, January 28 on all morphology and syntax covered thus far. The best thing to do is scroll down this page through old HW and videos. Review declension 1 to 5, UNUS NAUTA words, pronouns and demonstrative adjectives, relative pronoun qui, quae, quod, verb game or two, indirect statement, infinitives, participles, ablative absolutes and comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs, etc. Email with questions value 200 points.

1) Quiz on ut clauses (with indicative and subjunctive) and 3 types of indirect speech (statement, command, question) on Friday, January 25 and morphology of present and imperfect subjunctiveReview notes on result clauses, noun clause/indirect command and purpose clauses. Study the page of the new handout. Review syntax of ut and know words: tantus, talis, tot, tam, sic, ita, adeo. Review notes on aliquis, aliquid (indefinite pronoun = “someone, something”) and study notes on RELATIVE CLAUSE OF PURPOSE (handout) and from the board.

3) Listen to this BBC program. Take detailed notes and answer these questions and then organize your notes into a visually appealing, clever and useful little poster. Click here to download questions >>>> This is due on Monday, January 28. Do not leave this assignment to the last minute. Break it up over the week.

HW/Agenda for Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Keep reviewing for a consolidation test in ONE week on all morphology and syntax covered thus far. The best thing to do is scroll down this page through old HW and videos. Review declension 1 to 5, UNUS NAUTA words, pronouns and demonstrative adjectives, relative pronoun qui, quae, quod, verb game or two, indirect statement, infinitives, participles, ablative absolutes and comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs, etc. Email with questions value 200 points.

1) Endless Work for Finite Bunnies on the Subjunctive Mood:

a) Review notes on result clauses, noun clause/indirect command and purpose clauses. Study the page of the new handout. Review syntax of ut and know words: tantus, talis, tot, tam, sic, ita, adeo. Review notes on aliquis, aliquid (indefinite pronoun = “someone, something”) and study notes on RELATIVE CLAUSE OF PURPOSE (handout) and from the board.

b) Complete all sentences in new handout (3 pages of them) for Wednesday. Use logeion for vocabulary. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ 

c) Quiz on ut clauses (with indicative and subjunctive) and 3 types of indirect speech (statement, command, question) on Friday, January 25 and morphology of present and imperfect subjunctive.

2) Finish/review prepare reading orally at the beginning of class section X (10) of Eutropius. See my vocabulary list. Review sections 7 and 8 of Eutropius

3) Listen to this BBC program. Take detailed notes and answer these questions and then organize your notes into a visually appealing, clever and useful little poster. Click here to download questions >>>> This is due on Monday, January 28. Do not leave this assignment to the last minute. Break it up over the week.

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HW/Agenda for Friday, January 18, 2019

Start reviewing for a consolidation test in ONE week on all morphology and syntax covered thus far.

1) Work on the Subjunctive Mood:

a) Read/study pages 1-3 of new handout. Complete all sentences on pages 4 and 5. Justify all subjunctives. Quiz coming soon.

2) Read and prepare reading orally at the beginning of class section X (10) of Eutropius. See my vocabulary li Review sections 7 and 8 of Eutropius

3) Review notes on aliquis, aliquid and study notes on RELATIVE CLAUSE OF PURPOSE (handout) and from the board.

HW/Agenda for Monday, January 14, 2019

Start reviewing for a consolidation test in two weeks on all morphology and syntax covered thus far.

1) Finish sentences in purpose clause handout from 17-30. HW Grade.

2) Read and prepare reading orally at the beginning of class section IX (9) of Eutropius. See my vocabulary li Review sections 7 and 8 of Eutropius

3) Review notes on aliquis, aliquid and study notes on RELATIVE CLAUSE OF PURPOSE (handout) and from the board.

HW/Agenda for Friday, January 11, 2019

Start reviewing for a consolidation test in two weeks on all morphology and syntax covered thus far.

1) Finish sentences in purpose clause handout from 9-18. HW Grade.

2) Review sections 7 and 8 of Eutropius

3) Study notes on RELATIVE CLAUSE OF PURPOSE.

Homework/Agenda for Monday, January 7, 2019

Start reviewing for a consolidation test in two weeks on all morphology and syntax covered thus far.

1) Work on the Subjunctive Mood:

a) Watch these two videos and take notes: Imperfect Active Subjunctive and Imperfect Passive Subjunctive  

b) Complete pages 5, 6, 7 of new handout on subjunctive morphology (HW grade). Study pages 1-4 of this handout.

c) Read/study pages 229-30 (Purpose Clauses) and pages 236-38 (Result Clauses).

d) Quiz on the morphology of the present and imperfect subjunctive. Do not forget irregular verbs: sum, possum, fio, fero, eo, volo, nolo, malo.

2) Read and write out a translation of the first paragraph (section 7) of Eutropius on the 2nd Punic War. Be able to read/translate in class without looking at a translation. Graded on quality of reading and preparation.


Homework/Agenda for Monday, December 17, 2018

1)Janus Quiz (double-sided):

a) Quiz on the present subjunctive (morphology WATCH THIS VIDEO) and the syntax/special translation of five independent subjunctives: Jussive, hortatory, volitive/optative, deliberative, and potential. WATCH THIS VIDEO Email with questions. Bonus is be to declension vis, vis (f). See handout.

b) Quiz on the selection from Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita on the 2nd Punic War - translation and parsing.

2) Keep studying Chapter XI Handout Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs. Some of you should beg to retake the irregular comparative and superlative quiz. Keep studying the list below.

3) There is no HW over break but you may wish to do some work in Wheelock for Extra Credit. If so, email me and I will suggest something.

4) We will have our first consolidation test soon after break so keep reviewing all that we have covered thus far.



Homework/Agenda for Monday, December 10, 2018

1) Quiz on the present subjunctive (morphology) and the syntax/special translation of five independent subjunctives: Jussive, hortatory, volitive/optative, deliberative, and potential. Email with questions. Bonus is be to declension vis, vis (f). See handout.

2) Review and finish Livy reading down to line 11. You must be prepared to read when you come into class. See me at lunch for help. It is not easy but will become so over time.

3) Old but bring complete: Study pages 1 and 2 of Degrees of Adjectives. Learn uses of quam and ablative of degree of difference. Then complete sentences 4-19 on pages 3-5. HW grade.

3) Keep studying Chapter XI Handout Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs. Some of you should beg to retake the irregular comparative and superlative quiz. Keep studying the list below.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, December 5, 201

1) Work on the present subjunctive:

a) Read and study section 135. Independent Uses of the Subjunctive on page 225-6 of new handout.

b) In new handout Complete/write out answers to Exercises II. A (you may need to look words up) and exercise III on page 227 (new handout). Write all answers on a separate piece of paper.

2) Review Minerva/Pallas and Ajax reading. Keep learning vocabulary for this story. Vocabulary too.

3) Old but bring complete: Study pages 1 and 2 of Degrees of Adjectives. Learn uses of quam and ablative of degree of difference. Then complete sentences 4-19 on pages 3-5. HW grade.

3) Keep studying Chapter XI Handout Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs. Some of you should beg to retake the irregular comparative and superlative quiz. Keep studying the list below.

Homework/Agenda for December, 3, 2018

1) Watch this video and take notes (detail and clarity are important). Organize notes in visually useful and clever/creative format and turn in to me. Graded. Can you make your own clever/creative mnemonic for present subjunctive morphology? Do not neglect: volo, nolo, malo, sum, possum. Then read Wheelock, pages 227-30. Discāmus = Let us learn! Quid agāmus? What are we to do? Vivāmus mea Lesbia, atque amēmus! Let live and let us love, my Lesbia. Utinam nē nōbīs labor sit! Would that there not be work for us!

2) Quiz on the Minerva/Pallas and Ajax reading. Be able to translate but it is especially important to know the morphology and syntax in great detail. Vocabulary too.

3) Old but bring complete: Study pages 1 and 2 of Degrees of Adjectives. Learn uses of quam and ablative of degree of difference. Then complete sentences 4-19 on pages 3-5. HW grade.

3) Keep studying Chapter XI Handout Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs. Some of you should beg to retake the irregular comparative and superlative quiz. Keep studying the list below.



Homework/Agenda for Friday, November 30, 2018

1) Study pages 1 and 2 of Degrees of Adjectives. Learn uses of quam and ablative of degree of difference. Then complete sentences 4-19 on pages 3-5. HW grade.

2) Finish and review Minerva/Pallas and Ajax reading. Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation.

3) Keep studying Chapter XI Handout Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, November 28, 2018

1) Janus Quiz (double-sided):

a) Villiovistus vs. Caesar in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua.

b) Quiz on irregular comparative and superlative adjectives. See other handouts for their English meanings.

2) Finish and review Minerva/Pallas and Ajax reading. Be able to read orally in class without looking at your translation.

3) Keep studying Chapter XI Handout Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs.



Homework/Agenda for Tuesday, November 19, 2018

1)Review and reread and study Villiovistus vs. Caesar in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua. Quiz on this coming soon.

2) Complete sentences 1 and 2 on Sentences for Praised Peacocks. Come at lunch if you would like help.

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.

Homework/Agenda for Friday, November 16, 2018

1)Finish and review the translation for Villiovistus vs. Caesar in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua. Study notes from class. Use lined paper provided. See me at lunch for help.

2) Complete sentences 1 and 2 on Sentences for Praised Peacocks. Come at lunch if you would like help.

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. Some of you may not have taken this in class - Drhu? Cassidy?

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

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, November 14, 2018

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) Read and write out a translation for Villiovistus vs. Caesar in Indirect Statement or Oratio Obliqua. Use lined paper provided. See me at lunch for help.

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. Some of you may not have taken this in class - Drhu? Cassidy?

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

4) Learn the paradigm of the relative pronoun qui, quae, quod. What is the relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent? I will put on the above quiz

Homework/Agenda for Monday, November 12, 2018

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

2) Complete both sides of the purple take home quiz (English to Latin Sentences).

3) Quiz on all things in infinitive, especially indirect statement and impersonal verbs. Study the first five pages of the infinitive handout and sentences. No retakes on this quiz.

4) Learn the paradigm of the relative pronoun qui, quae, quod. What is the relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent? I will put on the above quiz.


Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, November 7, 2018

1) Keep reviewing and rereading the 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) Study/read my notes on indirect statement and uses of infinitives on page 1-5 of new handout in the new handout and complete all sentences on pages 6, 7, 8. Use logeion for vocabulary

3) Quiz on Wednesday, Nov. 7 on these common “head verbs”. Know all principal parts and the English meaning. Here is the list.

4) Retake the Narcissus Vocabulary quiz on or before Thursday, Nov. 8.


Homework/Agenda for Monday, November 5, 2018

HERE IS A USEFUL WEBSITE TO SEARCH VARIANT VERSIONS OF YOUR MYTH.

1) Keep reviewing and rereading the 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) Use the key handout in class to correct sentences (# 7-14) in new handout on pages 4-7. Use a different pen so I can see your mistakes.

3)Watch these two videos on Indirect Statement and take notes: Video One and Video Two (two is more important). Finish all sentences in the handout reference in #2 above.

4) Complete both sides of the horizontal handout on infinitives. What three things are necessary for indirect statement? What case is the subjective of an infinitive? What is a subjective infinitive? What is an objective infinitive?

5) Quiz on Wednesday, Nov. 7 on these common “head verbs”. Know all principal parts and the English meaning. Here is the list.

6) Retake the Narcissus Vocabulary quiz on or before Thursday, Nov. 8.



Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, October 29, 2018 and Friday, November 2.

HERE IS A USEFUL WEBSITE TO SEARCH VARIANT VERSIONS OF YOUR MYTH.

A.For Wednesday:

PUMPKIN project is Due on Wednesday, Oct. 31. 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. Email if you have questions. HERE IS A USEFUL WEBSITE TO SEARCH VARIANT VERSIONS OF YOUR MYTH.

B.For Friday:

1) Complete sentences (# 4-14) in new handout on pages 4-7. HW grade. Here is the handout if you need it. I forgot to give it to 8th period.

2) Quiz on the morphology of six infinitives on Friday, Nov. 2.

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.


Homework/Agenda for Friday, October 26, 2018

Bring ablative absolute quiz.

1) Work on the Active and Passive Periphrastics.

a) Read Wheelock, pages 194-5 on the PASSIVE PERIPHRASTIC.

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

c) Return the the Quiz on Active and Periphrastic that you did in class on Wednesday and make any correction needed, now that you have watched the video and read Wheelock. Turn into me on Friday.

2) INFINITIVES: For the verbs mordeo, mordere, momordi, morsus and rapio, rapere, rapui, raptus make six infinitives (different tenses) and put them on your infinitive chart/table.

2) Work on Ovid’s Metamorphoses.

a) Review the 4 line proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses and contempt the theme of change as Ovid presents it.

b) Narcissus story: It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 358 WRITE TRANSLATE ON PROVIDED PAPER and see vocabulary list in handout for help. Logein is also useful Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ  See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) VOCABULARY QUIZ on Monday, October 29. Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary It is long. 50-60 points.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Think about Pumpkin project and a possible partner. Email with partner and questions. There are copies of Ovid’s Metamorphoses in the classroom. Pumpkins, presentations and customs are due on Wednesday, Oct. 31.

If you wish to retake the crucial and essential verb quiz, you must do so before the end of lunch on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at lunch.

1) Finish quiz on the ablative absolute and sign pledge. You may use a dictionary Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ or email me or come at lunch if you have questions.

2) Work on Ovid’s Metamorphoses.

a) Review the 4 line proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses and contempt the theme of change as Ovid presents it.

b) Narcissus story: It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 358 WRITE TRANSLATE ON PROVIDED PAPER and see vocabulary list in handout for help. Logein is also useful Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ  See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) VOCABULARY QUIZ on Friday, October 26. Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary It is long. 50-60 points.


Homework/Agenda for Monday, October 22, 2018

Think about Pumpkin project and a possible partner. Email with partner and questions. There are copies of Ovid’s Metamorphoses in the classroom.

If you wish to retake the crucial and essential verb quiz, you must do so before the end of lunch on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at lunch.

1) More Work to be done on the Ablative Absolute and participles:

a) Complete sentences 4 and 5 of Horizontal sheet with Pentesilea and Achilles

b) Complete page 7 of sentences in the ablative absolute handout. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ 

c) Quiz on Monday, Oct. 22 on all participles and the ablative absolute.

2) Reading Ovid:

a) Read and translate the 4 line proem of Ovid’s Metamorphoses.

b) Narcissus story: It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 358. WRITE TRANSLATE ON PROVIDED PAPER and see vocabulary list in handout for help. Logein is also useful Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ  See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) VOCABULARY QUIZ on Friday, October next week. Here is the list for Narcissus Vocabulary It is long. 50-60 points.

Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Think about Pumpkin project and a possible partner. Email with partner and questions. There are copies of Ovid’s Metamorphoses in the classroom.

1) More Work to be done on the Ablative Absolute and participles:

a) Complete the 5 horizontal sentences. Translate into Latin with participles and ablative absolutes elevated where appropriate.

b) Complete page 7 of sentences in the ablative absolute handout. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ 

c) Quiz later on the week on all participles and the ablative absolute.

2) Narcissus story: It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 358. WRITE TRANSLATE ON PROVIDED PAPER and see vocabulary list in handout for help. Logein is also useful Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ  See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

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

Homework/Agenda for Monday, October 15, 2018

Think about Pumpkin project and a possible partner. Email with partner and questions. There are copies of Ovid’s Metamorphoses in the classroom.

1) Work to be done on the Ablative Absolute:

a) Watch this video, take notes (be able to show me the notes) and read the page 1 and 2 of my handout. Also read/study all uses of the ablative case on pages 3 and 4 of handout.

b) Complete pages 5 and 6 of sentences in the ablative absolute handout. Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ 

c) Quiz later on the week on all participles and the ablative absolute.

2) Narcissus story: It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 358. WRITE TRANSLATE ON PROVIDED PAPER and see vocabulary list in handout for help. Logein is also useful Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ  See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) Here is the list the first vocabulary quiz: Review of CommonVerbs. QUIZ on Monday, October 15. Know all principal parts. Keep reviewing irregular verbs: Review Irregular Verbs. Click here. Format of Janus Quiz: a) Front: Complete dictionary entries with all principal parts and English meanings/derivatives; b) Back: Translate conjugated forms from Latin to English (no subjunctives) - indicative mood, imperative and participles. If you would like a PDF of verbal morphology email me. See also Wheelock, Appendix. Value 60-80 points.




Homework/Agenda for Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Think about Pumpkin project and a possible partner. Email with partner.

1) Work to be done on the Ablative Absolute: Watch this video, take notes (be able to show me the notes) and read/study 193-4 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.

2) Narcissus story: It is crucial that you review and work on this story. Review and Finish Narcissus story down to line 358. WRITE TRANSLATE ON PROVIDED PAPER and see vocabulary list in handout for help. Logein is also useful Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ  See me if you need help or what to check your reading of this story.

3) Here is the list the first vocabulary quiz: Review of CommonVerbs. Quiz on Friday, October 12. Know all principal parts. Keep reviewing irregular verbs: Review Irregular Verbs. Click here.

4) Turn in page 9 in Rapid review of verbal morphology handout. pavo, pavonis (m/f) peacock

5) Bring completed sentences #1 to 13 (Latin to English) in this handout. I do not know the page numbers but they will be easy to find. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary.



Homework/Agenda for Monday, October 8, 2018

Think about Pumpkin project and a possible partner. Email with partner.

1) Quiz for the grade book on participles. Similar format as Friday’s particle quiz. Study my handout and Wheelock, Chapter XXIII. watch this video on Latin's Four Participles.  Know relative tense and be able to elevate participle phrases in English subordinate clauses.

2) Here is the list the first vocabulary quiz: Review of CommonVerbs. Quiz on Wednesday, October 10. Know all principal parts. Keep reviewing irregular verbs: Review Irregular Verbs. Click here.

3) Finish and turn in Janus Quiz (yellow) - verbal morphology and personal pronouns.

4) Turn in page 9 in Rapid review of verbal morphology handout. pavo, pavonis (m/f) peacock

5) Bring completed sentences #1 to 13 (Latin to English) in this handout. I do not know the page numbers but they will be easy to find. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary.

6) Old but bring: Read and write out a translation 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 Wednesday, October 3, 2018

1) Turn in page 9 in Rapid review of verbal morphology handout. pavo, pavonis (m/f) peacock

2)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 and all (#1 to 13) sentences (Latin to English) in this handout. I do not know the page numbers but they will be easy to find. HW grade. Use Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ if you need vocabulary.

c) Quiz on Latin Participles on Friday.

3) Janus Quiz (double sided): Side One - Verbal Morphology; Side Two - Personal Pronouns. Watch this video

4) Old but bring and be able to discuss in class. Answer questions 9-11 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

5) Old but bring: Read and write out a translation 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.

6) Keep reviewing irregular verbs: Review Irregular Verbs. Click here.

7) Here is the list the first vocabulary quiz: Review of CommonVerbs. Quiz on Monday, October 8.


Homework/Agenda for Monday, October 1, 2018

1) Janus Quiz (double sided): Side One - Verbal Morphology; Side Two - Personal Pronouns. Watch this video

2) Old but bring and be able to discuss in class. Answer questions 9-11 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

3) Read and write out a translation 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.

4) Review Irregular Verbs. Click here.

5) Here is the list the first vocabulary quiz: Review of CommonVerbs

Homework/Agenda for Friday, Sept. 28

1) Rapid Review of Verbs and Verbal Morphology:

a) New: Complete page five of Rapid Verbal Review for bunnies and expect a short verb game quiz on two of these regular verbs: vocāre, mordēre, legere, rapere, audīre.

b) Old: Answer questions 9-11 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

c) Old: 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) New Week: Review Personal Pronouns and Rewatch this: Watch this video Study and review your quiz and note uses of the objective genitive, dative of the possessor and substantives formed from possessive adjectives. Quiz coming soon.

3) 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 Wednesday, Sept. 26

1) Review Personal Pronouns and Rewatch this: Watch this video Study and review your quiz and note uses of the objective genitive, dative of the possessor and substantives formed from possessive adjectives. Quiz coming soon.

2) 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.

3) 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.

/HW for Monday, September 24, 2018 

You may wish to put this app on your phone:  ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ APP for IPhone

1) Work on Personal Pronouns:

a) Rewatch this: Watch this video

b) Review the paradigms of Latin’s personal pronouns ego, tu, nos, vos. See Wheelock, pages 87-89. Learn also the possessive adjectives meus, tuus, noster, vester.

c) Complete the take home (yellow sheet) quiz - both sides. You may use a dictionary or Wheelock for help.

2) Final graded morphological quiz for grade book on declension 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 of both nouns and adjectives, including -ius paradigm words. The quiz will take this formate.

3) Old but bring - Finish all sentences in UNUS NAUTA handout complete sentences.  Email if you need this. You may need a dictionary: Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

4) Old but review and bring to class: Finish and review, and be able to translate in class the first paragraph of the Hercules story HERCULES ESCAPES SACRIFICE and A CRUEL DEED on pages 12 and 14.    See page 13 and 15 for notes and vocabulary.  Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ Keep review what we rad/translate in class.

Agenda/HW for Monday, September 17, 2018 

You may wish to put this app on your phone:  ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ APP for IPhone

1) In UNUS NAUTA handout complete sentences on page 2-4, do 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

2) Quiz on the meaning of words that following the -ius variation paradigm, like demonstrative adjectives is, ille, iste, hic, idem, ipse (HERE ARE VIDEOS) and UNUS NAUTA pronominal adjectives.  Watch this video on UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) and take notes.  

3) Old but bring question 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 of Rapid Review: Latin Nouns & Adjectives;  Download this pdf if you do not have handout.  Use Wheelock, if necessary to find answer.   This dictionary may also be helpful  Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ.   Email with questions. 

4) Finish and review, and be able to translate in class the first paragraph of the Hercules story THE MUSIC-LESSON, HERCULES ESCAPES SACRIFICE and A CRUEL DEED on pages 12 and 14.    See page 13 and 15 for notes and vocabulary.  Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

Agenda/HW for Wednesday, September 12, 2018

You may wish to put this app on your phone:  ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ APP for IPhone

1) Quiz on all declensions of nouns and adjectives for the gradebook. Do not forget to review ius paradigm words like is, ille, iste, hic, idem, ipse and  Watch this video on UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) and take notes.  Watch this video on UNUS NAUTA words (-ius paradigm) and take notes.      Here are videos to help you review.    See me at lunch if you need help with anything.

2) Do question 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 of Rapid Review: Latin Nouns & Adjectives;  Download this pdf if you do not have handout.  Use Wheelock, if necessary to find answer.   This dictionary may also be helpful  Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ.   Email with questions. 

3) Read, write out translation and be able to translate in class the first paragraph of the Hercules story THE MUSIC-LESSON, HERCULES ESCAPES SACRIFICE and A CRUEL DEED on pages 12 and 14.    See page 13 and 15 for notes and vocabulary.  Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

Agenda/HW for Monday, September 10, 2018

You may wish to put this app on your phone:  ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ APP for IPhone

1) If you wish to retake the declension review qui, you may do so for full credit on Tuesday at lunch.      Here are videos to help you review.    See me at lunch if you need help with anything.

2) Download this pdf and complete questions 1-9 for Monday's class.  Use Wheelock, if necessary to find answer.   This dictionary may also be helpful  Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ.   Email with questions. 

3) Read, write out translation and be able to translate in class the first paragraph of the Hercules story HERCULES AND THE SERPENTS & THE MUSIC-LESSON on page 12.   See page 13 for notes and vocabulary.  Online Dictionary ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ

Agenda/HW for Friday, September 7, 2018

1) Finish the first page of Noun-Adjective Agreement.    Here are videos to help you review.    See me at lunch if you need help with anything, especially declension 4 and 5. 

2) Quiz (study but do not stress about this first 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.  

3) Read, write out translation and be able to translate in class the first paragraph of the Hercules story THE HATRED OF JUNO on page 10.   See page 11 for notes and vocabulary. 

 


 

Final Exam & Map of Imperium Romanum under Augustus

1) The Historical Map (click here for maps to helpshould include:  All areas under Roman Imperium by the Death of Augustus,  places mentioned in the Res Gestae, Apollo & Daphne and Tristia 3.1, the names/locations with date of major battles.   You may wish to include some significant cities founded by Augustus and drawing or pictures or coins that suggest a place or the event that occurred at the place.    Extra points available for color, creativity and artistic genius.   Casey, Hayden, Gabriel, and Lane should consider the virtues of legibility and neatness.    Value 100 points.    I will accept this assignment anytime before Friday, June 15 at 9:00 AM.  

2) Exam: Study/know: a) Historical background and biography of Augustus and Ovid; b) Verbal and Nominal Morphology -see Wheelock pages 495...     3) Figures of speech; 4) Scansion of Dactylic hexameter; 5) The most important things to study are the text of Res Gestae, Apollo & Daphne and Tristia 3.1,  as you study give particular attention to uses of the subjunctive and case syntax.   See handout on case syntax and uses of the subjunctive. 

Agenda/HW for Wednesday, June 6, 2018

a) Read, translate, prepare Ovid's Apollo and Daphne,  lines to the very end including the new section handed out on Monday.    

b) Review the Greek Alphabet 

c) Review Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 45 and 47

d) Work on maps of Imperum Romanum under Augustus and labeling body parts from Apollo/Daphne story.   Both will be due on Friday. 

Agenda/HW for Monday, June 4, 2018

a) Read, translate, prepare Ovid's Apollo and Daphne,  lines 521-552.   The first six pages are the text followed by vocabulary and commentary. Take this apart. 

b) Review the Greek Alphabet and say the words/give the Latin equivalent of the list Greek words on the new handout.  Email if you need this.  HW grade. 

c) Review Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 45 and 47

d) Work on maps of Imperum Romanum under Augustus and labeling body parts from Apollo/Daphne story 

Agenda/HW for Wednesday, May 31 and the week. 

1) Wednesday:

a) Read, translate, prepare Ovid's Apollo and Daphne,  lines 501-533  The first six pages are the text followed by vocabulary and commentary. Take this apart. 

b) Review Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 45 and 47

c) Scansion Quiz. 

2) Friday:  

Read, translate, prepare Ovid's Apollo and Daphne, lines 525-552. 

Agenda/HW for Monday, May 21 and the week. 

1) For Monday

a) Read, translate, prepare Ovid's Apollo and Daphne,  lines 471-496.  The first six pages are the text followed by vocabulary and commentary. Take this apart. 

b) Review Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 45 and 47  

2) Wednesday: 

a) Read, translate, prepare Ovid's Apollo and Daphne, lines 497-520

b)First Scansion Quiz. 

3) Friday:  

Read, translate, prepare Ovid's Apollo and Daphne, lines 521-539

Agenda/HW for Monday, May 14 and the week. 

1) For Monday

a) Read, translate, prepare Ovid's Apollo and Daphne from the beginning down to line 471.  The first six pages are the text followed by vocabulary and commentary. Take this apart. 

b) Review Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 45 and 47  

2) Wednesday: 

a) Read, translate, prepare Ovid's Apollo and Daphne from the beginning down to line 472-495

b)Vocabulary Quiz:  Here is the new vocabulary with terms from the Res Gestae.

3) Friday:  

TBA

Agenda/HW for Monday, May 7, 2018 and the Week

Here is the new vocabulary with terms from the Res Gestae.  Quiz on Monday, May 14. 

1) For Monday

a) Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 45 and 47  Email if you need this.  

b) Listen to this podcast and take notes.  Organize notes and turn into me on Monday.  Detail is crucial. 

2) Wednesday: 

a) Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 49 and 51. Email if you need this.  

3) Friday:  

TBA

Agenda/HW for Monday, April 30 and the Week, 2018

1) For Monday

Test on Monday, April 30 on Ovid, Tristia 3.1 

2) Wednesday: 

a) Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 39 and 41(new handout). Email if you need this.  

3) Friday:  

c) Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 43 (new handout).

Agenda/HW for Wednesday, April 25 and the Week, 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. 

Test on Monday, April 30 on Ovid, Tristia 3.1

2) Wednesday: 

a) Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 35 and 37(new handout). Email if you need this.  

3) Friday:  

c) Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 39 (new handout).

 

Agenda/HW for Friday, April 20, 2018

 

1) Keep reviewing Ovid, Tristia 3.1

2) Read/write out a translation of lines 70 to the end of Ovid, Tristia 3.1. Come to class prepared to read and translate orally. 

3) Quiz on locative on Monday.  It will also review uses of the subjunctive.  Study handout. 

Agenda/HW for Monday, April 16, 2018

 1) Finish the sentences on the next page (page 5)  of the locative and place construction handout.    

2) Read/write out a translation of lines 42-62 of Ovid, Tristia 3.1. Come to class prepared to read and translate orally. 

 

Agenda/HW for Friday, April 13, 2018

 1) List for vocabulary Quiz on Friday, April 13.   

2) Read/write out a translation of lines 42-56 of Ovid, Tristia 3.1. Come to class prepared to read and translate orally. 

3) Old but bring to class.  Work on place constructions with proper names of citizens, small island, domus and rus. 

a) Watch this video and take notes.  Also study page one of handout on locative case and place contractions.  

b) Complete pages 2-4 in new handout on Place Construction and Locative Case.  I will ask to see this complete.

Agenda/HW for Monday, March 26, 2018

Test on Res Gestae and Somnium Scipionis. Test on Monday, March 26. Value 200 points. The these will have one passage from each of these: a) Somnium Scipionis, line 134-218; b) Res Gestae, sections 1-20;  Be able to translate, parse and explain textual references and discuss content.   There will also be multiple choice questions based on podcasts and notes from discussion in class.  Know historical and culture material related to the text. Email if you have questions. 

Agenda/HW for Wednesday, March 21, 2018

 1) Wednesday:  Lines 18-30 of Ovid, Tristia 3.1

2) for Wednesday's class listen to this podcast on Publius Ovidius Naso and take notes. The level of  detail and organization will be reflected in the grade. 

Agenda/HW for Monday, March 19, 2018

List for vocabulary Quiz on Friday, March 30.  

1) Reading Schedule for the Week:

 a) Monday: Read and be able to translate in class lines 7-24 of Ovid, Tristia 3.1

b) Wednesday:  Lines 25-64 of Ovid, Tristia 3.1

c) Friday: Lines 65-82 of Ovid, Tristia 3.1

Keep reviewing Res Gestae and Somnium Scipionis. Test on Monday, March 26. Value 200 points. The these will have one passage from each of these: a) Somnium Scipionis, line 134-218; b) Res Gestae, sections 1-20; c) Ovid, Tristia 3.1 (all).  Be able to translate, parse and explain textual reference and discuss content.  

2) Complete blue/caerulean sheet on noun/adjective agreement. Be prepared to turn this in. 

3) Before Wednesday's class listen to this podcast on Publius Ovidius Naso and take notes. The level of  detail and organization will be reflected in the grade. 

 

 

Agenda/HW for Friday, March 16, 2018

1) Read and be able to translate in class lines 1-10 of Ovid, Tristia 3.1

Keep reviewing Res Gestae and Somnium Scipionis. Test on Monday, March 19. 

2) Here is the 2nd Res Gestae Vocabulary List. Friday, March 16

Agenda/HW for Monday, March 12 and the Week, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus  

Keep reviewing Res Gestae and Somnium Scipionis. Test on Monday, March 19. 

Here is the 2nd Res Gestae Vocabulary List. Friday, March 16

1) Reading/preparation schedule for the week: 

a) For Monday:  Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 29 and 31 (new handout).

b) For Wednesday: Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 33 (new handout). Email if you need this.  

c) For Friday:  Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 35 (new handout).

2) Have finished and bring English to Latin sentences 1-10. 

Agenda/HW for Monday, March 5 and the Week, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus  

Keep reviewing Res Gestae and Somnium Scipionis. Test in a half of fortnight.

Here is the 2nd Res Gestae Vocabulary List. Quiz in 8-10 days

Watch this video on the Ara Pacis and take notes. Be able to show me these notes. 

1) Reading/preparation schedule for the week: 

a) For Monday:  Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages  21 & 23 (new handout).

b) For Wednesday: Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 25 (new handout). Email if you need this.  

c) For Friday:  Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 27 (new handout).

2) Have finished and bring English to Latin sentences 1-10. 

Agenda/HW for Monday, February 26, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus  

Keep reviewing Res Gestae and Somnium Scipionis. Test in a fortnight.

1) First Vocabulary List for Res Gestae Divi Augusti.  Quiz on February 26, 2018

2) Keep review notes from class on Augustus or Roman History.   Know emperors from Augustus to Commodus  (30 BC to 192 AD).  Study notes on the Senate - de iure, de facto, senatus consultum, etc

3) Reading/preparation schedule for the week: 

a) For Monday:  Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages  13 & 15 (new handout).

b) For Wednesday: Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 17 & 19 (new handout). Email if you need this.  

c) For Friday:  Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 21 (new handout).

3) Have finished and bring English to Latin sentences 1-10. 

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4)  You should know the following figures of speech: LITOTES, anaphoraasyndeton, polysyndetonchiasmus(ABBA), synchesis (ABAB) and hyperbaton (magna in atro caelo ab omnibus iter facientibus tempestas visa est.)  Click here for more dirt on figures of speech.

Agenda/HW for Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

First Vocabulary List for Res Gestae Divi Augusti.  Quiz on February 26, 2018. 

1) Reading/preparation schedule for the week: 

a) For Wednesday: Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 7 & 9 (new handout). Email if you need this. Keep reviewing Res Gestae and Somnium Scipionis. Test in a fortnight. 

b) For Friday:  Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 11 & 13 (new handout).

2) Have finished and bring English to Latin sentences 1-10. 

3) Listen to these two podcasts Emperors of Rome:  Augustan Revolution  and  BBC In Our Time Program on the Augustan Age and take detailed notes.   Then organize your detailed notes in a clever and appropriate way on a 13x17 piece of paper.  I can give you the paper.    You may include diagrams and illustrations.   Due on Wednesday, February 21.  Value 80 points.   

4)  You should know the following figures of speech: LITOTES, anaphoraasyndeton, polysyndetonchiasmus(ABBA), synchesis (ABAB) and hyperbaton (magna in atro caelo ab omnibus iter facientibus tempestas visa est.)  Click here for more dirt on figures of speech.

Agenda/HW for Friday, February 1, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) Be prepared to read in' Clas:

Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 5 and 7 (new handout). Email if you need this. 

2) Have finished and bring English to Latin sentences 1-10. 

 

4) Listen to these two podcasts Emperors of Rome:  Augustus and  BBC In Our Time Program on the Augustan Age and take detailed notes.   Then organize your detailed notes in a clever and appropriate way on a 13x17 piece of paper.  I can give you the paper.    You may include diagrams and illustrations.   Due on Wednesday, February 21.  Value 80 points.   

4)  You should know the following figures of speech: LITOTES, anaphoraasyndeton, polysyndetonchiasmus(ABBA), synchesis (ABAB) and hyperbaton (magna in atro caelo ab omnibus iter facientibus tempestas visa est.)  Click here for more dirt on figures of speech.

Agenda/HW for Monday, February 12, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) Be prepared to read for Monday's Class:

a) Finish the last page of the Somnium Scipionis - down to line 218 (the end)

b) Read and translate Res Gesta Divi Augusti pages 3 and 5 (new handout). Email if you need this. 

2) Have finished and bring English to Latin sentences 1-10. 

3) Quiz on Monday, February 12.  Vocabulary  list.   

4) Listen to these two podcasts Emperors of Rome:  Augustus and  BBC In Our Time Program on the Augustan Age and take detailed notes.   Then organize your detailed notes in a clever and appropriate way on a 13x17 piece of paper.  I can give you the paper.    You may include diagrams and illustrations.   Due on Friday, February 16.  Value 80 points.   

4)  You should know the following figures of speech: LITOTES, anaphoraasyndeton, polysyndetonchiasmus(ABBA), synchesis (ABAB) and hyperbaton (magna in atro caelo ab omnibus iter facientibus tempestas visa est.)  Click here for more dirt on figures of speech.

 

Agenda/HW for Friday, February 9, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) Finish the last page of the Somnium Scipionis - down to line 218 (the end)

2) Have finished and bring English to Latin sentences 1-10. 

3) New Vocabulary and Derivative list.  Quiz on Monday, February 12.  

4)  You should know the following figures of speech: LITOTES, anaphoraasyndeton, polysyndetonchiasmus(ABBA), synchesis (ABAB) and hyperbaton (magna in atro caelo ab omnibus iter facientibus tempestas visa est.)  Click here for more dirt on figures of speech.

Agenda/HW for Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Bring $5.00 for National Latin Exam ASAP.   Click here for the syllabus. 

1) Have finished and bring English to Latin sentences 1-10. 

2) New Vocabulary and Derivative list.  Quiz in 3 days. 

3) Read, prepare and write out translation for lines down line 208 for Wednesday and 218 for Friday.   

4)  Keeping reviewing and prepared for an unannounced quiz SOON. 

5) Old:  Correct your test and return to me on Wednesday.  You may need to use the back of pages to revise parts of your translations.  See me at lunch for help. 

 6) You should know the following figures of speech: LITOTES, anaphoraasyndeton, polysyndetonchiasmus(ABBA), synchesis (ABAB) and hyperbaton (magna in atro caelo ab omnibus iter facientibus tempestas visa est.)  Click here for more dirt on figures of speech.

Agenda/HW for Monday, January 29, 2018

1)New Vocabulary and Derivative list.  Quiz in 10 days. 

2) Read, prepare and write out translation for lines 159-168 (see 2 new handouts - one text, one commentary) and be prepared to translate in class. You do not have the commentary.  

3)  Complete and turn in the assignment on lines 144-149 and 150-158 (questions and parsing)   See me or email if you need help.  Graded assignment. 50 points.  See me if you need help. 

4) Old:  Correct your test and return to me on Wednesday.  You may need to use the back of pages to revise parts of your translations.  See me at lunch for help. 

 5) You should know the following figures of speech: LITOTES, anaphoraasyndeton, polysyndetonchiasmus(ABBA), synchesis (ABAB) and hyperbaton (magna in atro caelo ab omnibus iter facientibus tempestas visa est.)  Click here for more dirt on figures of speech.

Agenda/HW for Wednesday, January 22, 2018

1) For Wednesday, Jan. 24 Final Vocabulary and Derivative List for Somnium Scipionis. 

2) Read,  prepare and write out translation for lines 144-9 (see 2 new handouts - one text, one commentary) and be prepared to translate in class. You do not have the commentary.  

3)  Complete and turn in the assignment on lines 134-143.  See me or email if you need help.  Graded assignment. 50 points.  See me if you need help. 

4) Old:  Correct your test and return to me on Wednesday.  You may need to use the back of pages to revise parts of your translations.  See me at lunch for help. 

 5) You should know the following figures of speech: anaphoraasyndeton, polysyndetonchiasmus(ABBA), synchesis (ABAB) and hyperbaton (magna in atro caelo ab omnibus iter facientibus tempestas visa est.)  Click here for more dirt on figures of speech.

Agenda/HW for Monday,  January 22, 2018

1) Read,  prepare and write out translation for lines 134-143 (see 2 new handouts - one text, one commentary) and be prepared to translate in class. You do not have the commentary.  

2)  Complete and turn in the assignment on lines 125-133.  See me or email if you need help.  Graded assignment. 50 points. 

3) Correct your test and return to me on Wednesday.  You may need to use the back of pages to revise parts of your translations.  See me at lunch for help. 

4)  For Wednesday, Jan. 24 Final Vocabulary and Derivative List for Somnium Scipionis. 

5) You should know the following figures of speech: anaphoraasyndeton, polysyndetonchiasmus(ABBA), synchesis (ABAB) and hyperbaton (magna in atro caelo ab omnibus iter facientibus tempestas visa est.)  Click here for more dirt on figures of speech.

Agenda/HW for Wednesday,  January 17, 2018

Correct your test and return to me on Wednesday.  You may need to use the back of pages to revise parts of your translations.  See me at lunch for help. 

a) Read and prepare lines 125-133 (see 2 new handouts - one text, one commentary) and be prepared to translate in class. You do not have the commentary.  

b) Complete and turn in the assignment on lines 117-124.  See me or email if you need help.  Graded assignment. 

c) For Wednesday, Jan. 17.  Read/study Wheelock, CAPVT XXX, pages 245-9 and then complete Self-Tutorial exercises on page 436-7, numbers 1-30. Self-correct with different pen and sign pledge. Turn in on Wednesday. 

d) Review notes from the board on the 3 different forms of indirect speech and know the syntax of each. 

e) For Friday, Jan. 19 Final Vocabulary and Derivative List for Somnium Scipionis. 

f) You should know the following figures of speech: asyndeton, polysyndeton, chiasmus (ABBA), synchesis (ABAB) and hyperbaton (magna in atro caelo ab omnibus iter facientibus tempestas visa est.)  Click here for more dirt on figures of speech. 

Agenda/HW for Friday,  January 12, 2018

a)For Friday, Jan. 12.  Read and prepare lines 117-24 and be prepared to translate in class. You do not have the commentary.  I have posted text and commentary here. 

b)For Wednesday, Jan. 13.  Read/study Wheelock, CAPVT XXX, pages 245-9 and then complete Self-Tutorial exercises on page 436-7, numbers 1-30. Self-correct with different pen and sign pledge.  

3) For Wednesday, Jan. 13 Final Vocabulary and Derivative List for Somnium Scipionis. 

Agenda for Wednesday,  January 10, 2018

TEST  (150-200 points). Study: 

a)  Cicero, Dream of Scipio, lines 1-116.  Translation, parsing, comprehension and analysis.  Read commentary and know textual references. 

b) Introductory, background information and list terms (handout) for Cicero and De Re Publica. Know information from this podcast: Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes concerning the life, times and literary works of Cicero.  

Agenda/HW for Week of January 8-13, 2018

1) Monday, Jan. 8:

TEST  (150-200 points). Study: 

a)  Cicero, Dream of Scipio, lines 1-116.  Translation, parsing, comprehension and analysis.  Read commentary and know textual references. 

b) Introductory, background information and list terms (handout) for Cicero and De Re Publica. Know information from this podcast: Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes concerning the life, times and literary works of Cicero.  

2) For Wednesday, Jan. 10

a) Read and prepare lines 117-24 and be prepared to translate in class. You do not have the commentary.  I have posted text and commentary here. 

b) Read/study Wheelock, CAPVT XXX, pages 245-9 and then complete Self-Tutorial exercises on page 436-7, numbers 1-30. Self-correct with different pen and sign pledge.  Exercises are due on Wednesday, Jan. 10.   

3) For Friday, Jan. 12:  Final Vocabulary and Derivative List for Somnium Scipionis. 

 

Agenda for Week of January 2-6, 2018

If you wish to get ahead: 

a) Read/study Wheelock, CAPVT XXX, pages 245-9 and then complete Self-Tutorial exercises on page 436-7, numbers 1-30. Self-correct with different pen and sign pledge.  Exercise are due on Monday, Jan. 9th.   Quiz on this material on Wednesday, Jan. 11. 

1)Wednesday, January 3: 

a) Be prepared to read/translation to the end of  section 18 and 19/XVIII-XIX or down to line 116  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Use new commentary and text.  Email if you need this.  Be able to read and translate in class.   

2) Friday, January 5:  Test on: 

a)  Cicero, Dream of Scipio, lines 1-116.  

b) Introductory, background information and list terms (handout) for Cicero and De Re Publica. Know information from this podcast: Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes. 

3) Final Vocabulary and Derivative List for Somnium Scipionis.  Quiz on Monday, January 9th.

 

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 15, 2017

1) New Vocabulary/English Derivative list for a quiz Friday, December 15.     

2) Be prepared to read/translation to the end of  section 18 and 19/XVIII-XIX or down to line 111  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Use new commentary and text.  Email if you need this.  Be able to read and translate in class.   

3) Continue learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

4) Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, December 13, 2017

New Vocabulary/English Derivative list for a quiz Friday, December 15.     

1) Be prepared to read/translation to the end of  section 18 and 19/XVIII-XIX or down to line 106  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Use new commentary and text.  Email if you need this.  Be able to read and translate in class.   

2) Continue learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

3) Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, December 11, 2017

New Vocabulary/English Derivative list for a quiz Friday, December 15.     

Test on Somnium Scipionis on Wednesday, December 13.  Lines 1-120 approx. and back ground information and list of terms. 

1) By the gift of the immortal gods (di immortales) we have a long class on Friday.  Please be prepared to read/translation to the end of  section 17/XVII or down to line 93  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Use new commentary and text.  Email if you need this.  Be able to read and translate in class.   

2) Continue learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

3) Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, December 11, 2017

New Vocabulary/English Derivative list for a quiz Friday, December 15.     

Test on Somnium Scipionis on Wednesday, December 13.  Lines 1-120 approx. and back ground information and list of terms. 

1) By the gift of the immortal gods (di immortales) we have a long class on Friday.  Please be prepared to read/translation to the end of  section 17/XVII or down to line 93  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Use new commentary and text.  Email if you need this.  Be able to read and translate in class.   

2) Continue learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

3) Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 8, 2017

New Vocabulary/English Derivative list for a quiz Friday, December 15.     

Test on Somnium Scipionis on Wednesday, December 13.  Lines 1-120 approx. and back ground information and list of terms. 

1) By the gift of the immortal gods (di immortales) we have a long class on Friday.  Please be prepared to read/translation to the end of  section 17/XVII or down to line 93  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Use new commentary and text.  Email if you need this.  Be able to read and translate in class.   

2) Continue learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

3) Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, December 6, 2017

New Vocabulary/English Derivative list for a quiz Friday, December 15.     

Test on Somnium Scipionis on Wednesday, December 15.  Lines 1-120 approx. and back ground information and list of terms. 

1) Read and write out a translation to the end of  section 16/XVI or down to line 83  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis. Use new commentary and text.  Email if you need this.  Be able to read and translate in class.   

2) Finish you quiz and sign pledge. Hand in at the beginning of class.    See me if you have questions.    It will be largely based on the vocabulary from the two Wheelock chapters.  

3) Continue learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

4) Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, December 4, 2017

New Vocabulary/English Derivative list for a quiz Wednesday, December 13.

1) Read and write out a translation to the end of  section 15/XV or line 70  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.   

2) Quiz on subjunctive morphology, jussive/hortatory, cum clauses and purposes clauses and result clauses on Monday, December 4.   It will be largely based on the vocabulary from the two Wheelock chapters.  

4) Complete and turn in the pink parsing assignment for Somnium Scipionis

5) Continue learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

6) Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 1, 2017

1) Read and write out a translation to the end of  section 14/XIV or line 57 (flere prohibebat)  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.   

2) Work on Subjunctive Morphology and Syntax- Result Clauses: 

a) Review notes from class and tead and study Wheelock, CAPVT XXIX, pages 236-239, including vocabulary on page 239. 

b) Complete exercises for CAPVT XXIX on page 435, numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 and sentences 7 to 15.  You may need to look up some words.   Sign pledge and Self-Correct.  Due on Friday, Friday, December 1.    Graded assignment.   

3) Quiz on subjunctive morphology, jussive/hortatory, cum clauses and purposes clauses and result clauses on Monday, December 4.    

4) Start learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

5) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class.

6) Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, November 29, 2017 & The Week: 

1) Here is the 2nd vocabulary list of Somnium Scipionis.  Quiz on Wednesday, November 29. 

1) Read and write out a translation to the end of  section 14/XIV or line 57 (flere prohibebat)  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.   WE MUST PICK UP SPEED WHICH MEANS BE BETTER PREPARED TO READ IN CLASS.

2) Quiz on subjunctive morphology, jussive/hortatory, cum clauses and purposes clauses and result clauses on Monday, December 4.    

3) Work on Subjunctive Morphology and Syntax- Result Clauses: 

a) Read and study Wheelock, CAPVT XXIX, pages 236-239, including vocabulary on page 239. 

b) Complete exercises for CAPVT XXIX on page 435, numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 and sentences 7 to 15.  You may need to look up some words.   Sign pledge and Self-Correct.  Due on Friday, Friday, December 1.    Graded assignment.   

4) Start learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

5) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class.

6) Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, November 27, 2017 & The Week: 

Here is the 2nd vocabulary list of Somnium Scipionis.  Quiz on Wednesday, November 29. 

1) Read and write out a translation to the end of  section 13 to huc revertuntur  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.   WE MUST PICK UP SPEED WHICH MEANS BE BETTER PREPARED TO READ IN CLASS.

2) Read handout on the Gracchi. 

2) Quiz on subjunctive morphology, jussive/hortatory, cum clauses and purposes clauses on Friday, December 1.    

3) Work on Subjunctive Morphology and Syntax: 

a) Read and study Wheelock, CAPVT XXIX, pages 236-239, including vocabulary on page 239. 

b) Complete exercises for CAPVT XXIX on page 435, numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 and sentences 7 to 15.  You may need to look up some words.   Sign pledge and Self-Correct.  Due on Friday, Friday, December 1.    Graded assignment.   

4) Start learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

5) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class.

6) Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes.  

Agenda/Homework for Monday, November 27, 2017 & The Week: 

Here is the 2nd vocabulary list of Somnium Scipionis.  Quiz on Wednesday, November 29. 

1) Read and write out a translation to the end of  section 13 to huc revertuntur  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.   WE MUST PICK UP SPEED WHICH MEANS BE BETTER PREPARED TO READ IN CLASS.

2) Read handout on the Gracchi. 

2) Quiz on subjunctive morphology, jussive/hortatory, cum clauses and purposes clauses on Friday, December 1.    

3) Work on Subjunctive Morphology and Syntax: 

a) Read and study Wheelock, CAPVT XXIX, pages 236-239, including vocabulary on page 239. 

b) Complete exercises for CAPVT XXIX on page 435, numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 and sentences 7 to 15.  You may need to look up some words.   Sign pledge and Self-Correct.  Due on Friday, Friday, December 1.    Graded assignment.   

4) Start learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

5) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class.

6) Listen to this podcast on Cicero and take notes.  

Agenda/Homework for Monday, November 20, 2017

Here is the 2nd vocabulary list of Somnium Scipionis.  Quiz on Wednesday, November 29. 

1) Read and write out a translation to the end of  section 13 to huc revertuntur  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.   WE MUST PICK UP SPEED WHICH MEANS BE BETTER PREPARED TO READ IN CLASS.

2) Quiz on subjunctive morphology, jussive/hortatory, cum clauses and purposes clauses on Monday, November 27.    

3) Start learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

4) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class

Agenda/Homework for Friday, November 17, 2017

Return these forms for Latin Convention ASAP 

1) Read and write out a translation to the end of  section 13 to huc revertuntur  of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.   WE MUST PICK UP SPEED WHICH MEANS BE BETTER PREPARED TO READ IN CLASS.

2) Complete handout with English to Latin sentences with purpose clauses and other subjunctives. 

3) Start learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

4) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Return these forms for Latin Convention ASAP 

1) Read and write out a translation to the end of  section 12 to audite cetera (line 43, if using other text) of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.   WE MUST PICK UP SPEED WHICH MEANS BE BETTER PREPARED TO READ IN CLASS.

2)  Last chance to hand in self-correctED exercises for CAPVT XXVIII on pages 434, numbers 1-20.    Self-correct with a different colored pen. Sign pledge. Hand in on Monday.  You may need to look up some words.  Expect a quiz based on Friday, November 15.      

3) Complete handout with English to Latin sentences with purpose clauses and other subjunctives. 

4) Start learning the list of terms for Somnium Scipionis.  See handout. 

5) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class

Agenda/Homework for Monday, November 13, 2017

Return these forms for Latin Convention ASAP

1) Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Monday, November 13.  

2) Read and write out a translation to the end of  section 11  to nepotis mei (line 32, if using other text) of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.  

3) Work on the Subjunctive Mood:

a) Study notes from class on jussive/hortatory and purpose clauses.  Then read pages 227-30 of Wheelock

b) Complete and self-correct exercises for CAPVT XXVIII on pages 434, numbers 1-20.    Self-correct with a different colored pen. Sign pledge. Hand in on Monday.  You may need to look up some words.  Expect a quiz based on these exercises soon.     

4) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class

 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Return these forms for Latin Convention ASAP

Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Monday, November 13.  

1) Read and write out a translation to the end of  section 11  to nepotis mei (line 32, if using other text) of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.  

2) Complete pages final of new handout on subjunctive morphology.  Click on this link and begin watch these videos that review subjunctive morphology.  

3) Quiz on Wednesday, Nov. 8 on all subjunctive morphology.   Here are some videos to help with irregular verbs. 

4) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class

 

 

Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Monday, November 13.  

1) Complete pages 1, 2, 4, 5 of new handout on subjunctive morphology.  Click on this link and begin watch these videos that review subjunctive morphology.   Quiz on Wednesday, Nov. 8 on all subjunctive morphology.   Here are some videos to help with irregular verbs. 

2) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the end of first paragraph (section 9) and all of section 10 down to trade memoria of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.  

4) Correct test and bring to class on Monday. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, November 6, 2017

Return these forms for Latin Convention ASAP

Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Monday, November 13.  

1) Complete pages 1, 2, 4, 5 of new handout on subjunctive morphology.  Click on this link and begin watch these videos that review subjunctive morphology.   Quiz on Wednesday, Nov. 8 on all subjunctive morphology.   Here are some videos to help with irregular verbs. 

2) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the end of first paragraph (section 9) and all of section 10 down to trade memoria of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.  

4) Correct test and bring to class on Monday. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, November 3, 2017 

1) Quiz on the morphology of present and imperfect subjunctive. Click on this link and begin watch these videos that review subjunctive morphology. 

2) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class. 

3) Read and write out a translation for the end of first paragraph (section 9) and section 10 down to complexus est of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  Be able to read and translate in class.  

4) Correct test and bring to class on Friday. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, November 1, 2017 

1) Read and take notes on the introduction to Cicero's Somnium Scipionis.  You will find it at the end of the handout with commentary and vocabulary.  Read pages one to five and be able to discuss in class. 

2) Read and write out a translation for the first paragraph (section 9) of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis. Be able to read and translate in class.  

3) Click on this link and begin watch these videos that review subjunctive morphology. 

3) Correct quiz on relative pronoun. 

4) Finish passive voice review assignment. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, October 30, 2017 

1) Illustrate Ovid's account of creation of the world and the things in it.  Value 100 points.  Label each element with the Latin dictionary entry.   It is due on Monday, October 30.

2) Correct quiz on relative pronoun. 

3) Finish passive voice review assignment. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, October 27, 2017 

1) Bring material to class on Friday to work on your drawing of Ovid's account of creation of the world and the things in it.  Value 70-100 points.  Label each element with the Latin dictionary entry.  It is due on Monday, October 30.

3) Correct quiz on relative pronoun. 

4) Finish passive voice review assignment. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, October 25, 2017 

1)  Test on Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 5-88 for the text on Wednesday, October 25. Value 100.   Translation, grammar, parsing, reference (who is who) and some textual analysis. 

2) As you study and reread work on your drawing of Ovid's account of creation of the world and the things in it.  Value 70-100 points.  Label each element with the Latin dictionary entry. 

3) Correct quiz on relative pronoun. 

4) Finish passive voice review assignment. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, October 18, 2017 

1) Be prepared to read and translate Ovid's Metamorphoses  down to LINES 74-88.    Email if you do not have this.  Keep reviewing test is coming soon,  within 7 days. 

2) Study handout on the winds and directions. 

3) Complete page one of The Justify Cases Game or Syntax is Sexy.  See Ovid's creation to find words and use yellow case syntax handout to justify each noun/give its grammatical function.  HW grade.  Email if you need this. 

 

3) Agenda/Homework for Monday, October 16, 2017 

1) Janus Quiz (double-sided): 

a) Side One:  Quiz on the relative pronoun.  Also review the reflexive pronouns and demonstrative adjectives (is, idem, his, ille, iste, ipse) and UNUS NAUTA words. 

b) Side Two: Here is the new vocabulary list for our verbal morphology review and a vocabulary quiz on Monday, October 16.   

2) See winds below. 

3) We will spend most of the class on Monday on Ovid so be well prepared to read Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) down to LINES 55-75.  You will need the new text and vocabulary with I gave out in class.  Email if you do not have this.  Keep reviewing test is coming soon,  within 7 days. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, October 11, 2017 

1) Watch this video on the relative pronoun and complete pages 2 (only 8 numbered in class) and all six English to Latin sentences on page 4.   See vocabulary for help. 

2) We will spend most of the class on Monday on Ovid so be well prepared to read Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) down to LINES 55-75.  You will need the new text and vocabulary with I gave out in class.  Email if you do not have this.  Keep reviewing quiz/test is coming soon,  within 7 days. 

3) Here is the new vocabulary list for our verbal morphology review and a vocabulary quiz on Monday, October 16.   

Agenda/Homework for Monday, October 10, 2017 

1) Watch this video on the relative pronoun and complete pages 1 and 3 of the handout. If you did not get this in class, email me. 

2) We will spend most of the class on Monday on Ovid so be well prepared to read Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) down to LINES 55-75.  You will need the new text and vocabulary with I gave out in class.  Email if you do not have this.  Keep reviewing quiz/test is coming soon,  within 7 days. 

3) Here is the new vocabulary list for our verbal morphology review and a vocabulary quiz on Monday, October 16.   

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, October 4, 2017 

We will spend most of the class on Wednesday on Ovid so be well prepared to read Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) down to LINES 55-75.  You will need the new text and vocabulary with I gave out in class. Email if you do not have this.  Keep reviewing quiz/test is coming soon,  within 10 days. 

2) I will post a new vocabulary quiz soon.  

Agenda/Homework for Monday, October 2, 2017 

1) Review Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) down to LINES 55-68 (the end). You will have to deal with the winds (venti) Use the new 3 page vocabulary list and note more commentary at the end of the 3rd page.  BE ABLE TO READ/TRANSLATE ORALLY IN CLASS.  Keep reviewing quiz/test is coming soon,  within 10 days. 

2) Complete the remaining couple of English to Latin sentences on the reflexive pronoun handout.  HW grade.  See me for lunch if you need help. 

 3) Consolidation quiz on reflexive pronouns, personal pronouns and reflexive pronoun and UNUS NAUTA words   Know partitive genitive, objective genitive, the genitive after adjectives of remembering/forgetting (memor and oblitus) possessive adjectives, the concept of reflexive and suus, a, um.    Please email with questions. 

4) I will post a new vocabulary quiz soon.  

Agenda/Homework for Friday, September 29, 2017 

1) Review Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) down to LINES 60. Use the new 3 page vocabulary list and note more commentary at the end of the 3rd page.  BE ABLE TO READ/TRANSLATE ORALLY IN CLASS.  Keep reviewing quiz/test is coming soon. 

2) Complete English to Latin sentences numbers 23-28 of reflexive pronoun handout.  HW grade.  See me for lunch if you need help. 

 3) Review notes on personal pronouns and reflexive pronoun from class and read/study pages 1-6 of new handout.     Learn morphology and partitive genitive, objective genitive, the genitive after adjectives of remembering/forgetting (memor and oblitus) possessive adjectives, the concept of reflexive and suus, a, um.  

4) Graded Quiz on UNUS NAUTA words and personal pronouns and reflective pronoun coming soon but not next class.  

5) I will post a new vocabulary quiz soon.    

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, September 27, 2017 

1) Read and write out a translation for Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) LINES 45-60. Use the new 3 page vocabulary list and note more commentary at the end of the 3rd page.  BE ABLE TO READ/TRANSLATE ORALLY IN CLASS.  Keep reviewing quiz/test is coming soon. 

2)  Study notes on personal pronouns and reflexive pronoun from class and read/study pages 1-6 of new handout.     Learn morphology and partitive genitive, objective genitive, the genitive after adjectives of remembering/forgetting (memor and oblitus) possessive adjectives, the concept of reflexive and suus, a, um.  

3) Complete all sentences on pages 7-8 of pronoun handout.  HW grade.  See me for lunch if you need help. 

4) Graded Quiz on UNUS NAUTA words and personal pronouns and reflective pronoun coming soon but not next class.  

5) I will post a new vocabulary quiz soon.    

Agenda/Homework for Monday, September 25, 2017 

1) Read and write out a translation for Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) LINES 40-55. Use the new 3 page vocabulary list and note more commentary at the end of the 3rd page.  BE ABLE TO READ/TRANSLATION ORALLY IN CLASS.  Keep reviewing quiz/test is coming soon. 

2)  Graded Quiz on UNUS NAUTA words.  

3)I will post a new vocabulary quiz soon.    Here is the list. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, September 22, 2017 

1) Read and write out a translation for Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) LINES 30-42. Use the new 3 page vocabulary list and note more commentary at the end of the 3rd page.  BE ABLE TO READ/TRANSLATION ORALLY IN CLASS. 

2)  Finish and bring sentences D, E, F (English to Latin) from quiz on UNUS NAUTA words.  See me at lunch for help. 

3) First vocabulary on Friday, Sept. 22th.   Here is the list. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, September 20, 2017 

1) Read and write out a translation for Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) LINES 30-42. Use the new 3 page vocabulary list and note more commentary at the end of the 3rd page.  BE ABLE TO READ/TRANSLATION ORALLY IN CLASS. 

2)  Short quiz on UNUS NAUTA words.  Know meanings and morphology.   What is the relationship between a Latin pronoun and its antecedent.  Value 40-50 points. 

3) First vocabulary on Friday, Sept. 22th.   Here is the list. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, September 19, 2017 

1) Read and write out a translation for Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) LINES 17-35.  Use attached vocabulary and notes for help.  See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.  See Orbis Terrārum below. 

2)  Learn UNUS NAUTA words and complete morphological assignment and all 13 sentences in the purple handout.  HW grade. 

3) First vocabulary on Wednesday, Sept. 20th.   Here is the list. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, September 13, 2017 

1) Review  Ovid, Metamorphoses, lines 5-12. See me at lunch for help.

2) Rapid Review: Latin Nouns & Adjectives:  Complete questions 12-15.  See Wheelock's Latin for help.  . 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 Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) lines12-25.  Use attached vocabulary and notes for help.  See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.  See Orbis Terrārum below. 

4) Quiz on declension review (see 2a and 2b below - old HW) on Friday, Sept. 15.   Value 50 points.  Know questions 1-15 and study morphology of nouns and adjectives. 

5) First vocabulary quiz in 8 days.  Here is the list. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, September 11, 2017 

1) Review notes from class both on declensions and Ovid, Metamorphoses.  Also reread line 5-10. 

              What form is dīxēre?         What is a substantive?        

2) Review of Latin Nouns and Adjectives:

a) Rapid Review: Latin Nouns & Adjectives:  Complete questions 7-15.  See Wheelock's Latin for help.  . Click here for paradigms and videos to help with exercises or general review of nouns and adjectives.

b) Complete section 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 Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) lines10-20.  Use attached vocabulary and notes for help.  See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class.  See Orbis Terrārum below. 

4) Quiz on declension review (see 2a and 2b above) on Wednesday, Sept. 13.  

5) First vocabulary quiz in 10 days.  Here is the list. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, June 8, 2017 

1) Review notes from class: a) what is a finite verb? b) what is the function of the nominative case? c) What is the meaning of semantics, morphology and syntax? d) What is the grammatical relationship between the subjective and the finite verb? e) What is the grammatical relationship between a noun and a modifying adjective?   f) What is the relationship between a pronoun and its antecedent? 

2) Review of Latin Nouns and Adjectives:

a) Rapid Review: Latin Nouns & Adjectives:  Complete questions 1-7.  See Wheelock's Latin for help.  Finish the remaining questions for Monday'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 Monday'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 Ovid's Metamorphoses (Creation) lines 5-14.  Use attached vocabulary and notes for help.  See me at lunch if you would like help.  Be able to translate/read orally in class. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, May22. 

1)Read and prepare Catullus 50 (last few lines) and Catullus 51

2) Start Working on Wheelock chapter XXXVIII and learn the vocabulary list in the chapter.  

3) Here is vocabulary list for a quiz on MONDAY, May 22. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, May 17. 

1) Finish questions for Catllus 95 and read/prepare Catullus 49 (Cacata Carta) and FIRST HALF OF 50. 

2) Start Working on Wheelock chapter XXXVIII and learn the vocabulary list in the chapter.  

3) Here is vocabulary list for a quiz on MONDAY, May 22. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, May 15. 

1) Read/prepare Catullus 36 (Cacata Carta) and 95. 

2) Start Working on Wheelock chapter XXXVIII and learn the vocabulary list in the chapter.  

3) Here is vocabulary list for a quiz on Wednesday, May 24. 

Agenda/Homework for Monay, May 8. 

1) Read/prepare Catullus 35. 

2) For Monday complete exercises for Wheelock chapter XXXVII and learn the vocabulary list in the chapter.   Quiz on Wednesday on Wheelock chapter XXXVII.

Agenda/Homework for Monay, May 1. 

1) Read/prepare Catullus 11 down to line 16. .   Review what we have already read. 

2) Quiz on  Monday on Wheelock chapter XXXVI

Agenda/Homework for Friday, April 28. 

1) Finish Catullus 10.   Review what we have already read. 

2) Hand in exercises for Wheelock chapter XXXVI.   Sign PLEDGE. 

3)  Quiz on  Monday. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, April 24. 

1) Read and prepare Catullus 13.  

2) Finish English to Latin sentences 1-6.   Hand in.  

3) Begin working on Wheelock, Chapter XXXVI on jussive noun clause and fio, fieri.  Exercises are due on Friday, quiz on next Monday. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, April 18.

1) Read and prepare Catullus 6.  

2) Review Catullus 3. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, April 3 & the Week: 

Monday: 

1) Prepare Catullus 1 (all 10 lines)  

2) Watch and listen to this podcast on Catullus.  The first 14 minutes only. 

 Wednesday: 

1) Prepare Catullus 2 and 3. 

For Friday. 

TBA

Agenda/Homework for Monday, March 20 & the Week: 

3rd Quarter Test will be on Wednesday, March 29.  Value 200 points.   In Catalinam pages 1-50 and all introductory/background/life of Cicero material. 

Monday: 

1) Prepare page 46 of In Catalinam

2) Complete sentences 1-4 of 8 for Monday and 5-8 for Wednesday.  Here are the eight sentences.  

Wednesday: 

1) Prepare page 48 of In Catalinam

2) Final quiz on chapter 35 Wheelock and very that govern the dative case. Know vocabulary in this chapter. 

For Friday. 

1) Prepare page 50 of In Catalinam

Agenda/Homework for Monday, March 13 & the Week: 

Preparation for National Latin Exam & Syllabi

Complete practice National Latin Exam.  Review numbers  1-20. 

Here are more practice National Latin Exams. 

NLE at 8:40 AM on Thursday, March 16 in Cafeteria.  Bring a Pencil. 

Monday: 

1) Here is the new vocabulary and derivative list for a quiz on Monday, March 13. 

2) Turn in self-correct exercises (pages 440-1 to me on Friday).  Quiz on Friday, March 10.  SIGN PLEDGE.  

3) Read and prepare pages  42  and 44 (all).   

Wednesday: 

1) Quiz on Wheelock, Chapter XXXV on Dative with Adjectives, Special Verbs, and Compounds.  Learn the vocabulary on pages 295 and 297.  

2) Read and prepare page 46. 

For Friday. 

TBA

 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, March 6, 2017:

Here is the new vocabulary and derivative list for a quiz on Monday, March 13. 

Begin working on Wheelock, Chapter XXXV on Dative with Adjectives, Special Verbs, and Compounds.  Learn the vocabulary on pages 295 and 297.  Turn in self-correct exercises (pages 440-1 to me on Friday.  Quiz on Friday, March 10.  

For Monday:

1) Read, translate and prepare page  40 and 42 (line 1-8).   

For Wednesday:

1)  Read, translate and prepare page   42 (all) and 44 (all).    

For Friday. 

 Quiz on Wheelock, Chapter XXXV on Dative with Adjectives, Special Verbs, and Compounds.  Learn the vocabulary on pages 295 and 297.  Turn in self-correct exercises (pages 440-1 to me on Friday.  Quiz on Friday, March 10.  

Agenda/Homework for Monday, February 27, 2017:

Here is the new vocabulary and derivative list for a quiz on Friday, March 3. 

For Monday:

1) Read, translate and prepare page  38 (all)  and 40 (lines 1-4).   Review and reread if you finish in class.  

For Wednesday:

1)  Read, translate and prepare page  40 (all)  and 42 (all).   Review and reread if you finish in class.  

2) Quiz on Wheelock, Chapter XXXIII on Conditional Sentences. Quiz on Wednesday, March 1.   Watch this video.     And watch this video

 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, February 22, 2017:

Here is the new vocabulary and derivative list for on Wednesday, March 1. 

For Wednesday:

1) Read, translate and prepare page  32 (all)  and 34 (lines 1-6).   Review and reread if you finish in class.  

2) Begin working on Wheelock, Chapter XXXIII on Conditional Sentences. Quiz on Monday February 27.   Watch this video.  

3) I will post a new vocabulary list soon.

For Friday, Feb. 24: 

1) Material will be on quiz or test. 

a) Listen in to this podcast on Cicero and take notes.  

b) Read and take notes on Cicero the Orator handout pages 49-69 (you should have this handout). 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, February 17, 2017:

1) Read, translate and prepare page 30.   Review and reread if you finish in class.  

 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, February 13, 2017:

1) Read, translate and prepare page  24 and 26.   Review and reread if you finish in class.  

2) Begin working on Wheelock, Chapter XXXII on nolo, volo, malo and proviso clauses. Watch this video: Video on volo, nolo and malo. Quiz on Monday, February 13.

Agenda/Homework for Friday, February 10, 2017:

1) Read, translate and prepare page  22 and 24.   Review and reread if you finish in class.  

2) Begin working on Wheelock, Chapter XXXII on nolo, volo, malo and proviso clauses. Watch this video: Video on volo, nolo and malo. Quiz on Monday, February 13. 

3) Vocabulary quiz on Friday, February 10.  Here is the list. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, February 8, 2017:

1) Read, translate and prepare page 20 and 22.  Review and reread if you finish in class.  Do pages 22 and 24 for Wednesday. 

2) Begin working on Wheelock, Chapter XXXII on nolo, volo, malo and proviso clauses. Watch this video: Video on volo, nolo and malo. Quiz on Monday, February 13. 

3) Vocabulary quiz on Friday, February 10.  Here is the list. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, February 6, 2017:

1) Read, translate and prepare page 16, 18, 20.  Review and reread if you finish in class.  Do pages 22 and 24 for Wednesday. 

2) Begin working on Wheelock, Chapter XXXII on nolo, volo, malo and proviso clauses. Watch this video: Video on volo, nolo and malo. Quiz on Monday, February 13. 

3) Vocabulary quiz on Friday, February 10.  Here is the list. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, January 23, 2017:

Exam Preparation:  1) review all reading passages from Livy, Eutropius, Nepos and Cicero.  Be able to parse, translate, and explain significant of things in the text.  2) Verb game and and nouns adjectives pairs with vocabulary from lists.  3) Back ground information from all reading passages; 4) Grammar from Wheelock Chapters.  

1) Read, translate and prepare page 14 for Monday and 16 for Wednesday of Cicero's In Catalinam and review page 10. Note the subjective genitive and the hendiadys in the last sentence of page 8.   Be able to read/translate orally in class. 

2)  Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World.  Due on Monday, January 23.   Favale is the master of geography. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, January 20, 2017:

1) Read, translate and prepare page 12 and 14 of Cicero's In Catalinam and review page 10. Note the subjective genitive and the hendiadys in the last sentence of page 8.   Be able to read/translate orally in class. 

2)  Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World.  Due on Monday, January 23.   Favale is the master of geography. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, January 18, 2017:

1) Read, translate and prepare page 10 and 12 of Cicero's In Catalinam and review page 8. Note the subjective genitive and the hendiadys in the last sentence of page 8.   Be able to read/translate orally in class. 

2)  Here is the new vocabulary list.   Quiz on Monday, December 9.    

3)   Quiz on Wheelock Chapter XXXI will be on Wednesday, January 18.  It will have a verb game with fero, ferre, tuli, latus.   I will make the quiz based on the examples/vocabulary in the chapter and the Self-Tutorial exercises in the back of the book.  Self-correct and sign pledge.   

4) Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World.  Due on Monday, January 23.   Favale is the master of geography. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, January 9, 2017:

1) Read, translate and prepare page 8 and 10 of Cicero's In Catalinam and review page 2, 4, 6.     

2)  Here is the new vocabulary list.   Quiz on Monday, December 9.    

3)  Starting work in Wheelock Chapter XXXI.  Quiz will be on Wednesday, January 11.  It will have a verb game with fero, ferre, tuli, latus.   I will make the quiz based on the examples/vocabulary in the chapter and the Self-Tutorial exercises in the back of the book.  Self-correct and sign pledge.   

4) Old: Download these two assignments.  They are due on Friday, December 6.   ONE         TWO

5) Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World.  

Agenda/Homework for Friday, January 6, 2017:

1)   Download these two assignments.  They are due on Friday, December 6.   ONE         TWO

 Here is the new vocabulary list.   Quiz on Monday, December 9.    

2) Read, translate and prepare page 6 and 8 of Cicero's In Catalinam and review page 2 and 4.   

3) Review notes and chronology of Cicero's life down to the year of his consulship, 63 BC. 

4) Starting work in Wheelock Chapter XXXI.  Quiz will be on Wednesday, January 11.  It will have a verb game with fero, ferre, tuli, latus.   I will make the quiz based on the examples/vocabulary in the chapter and the Self-Tutorial exercises in the back of the book.  Self-correct and sign pledge.   

3) Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World.  Due Wednesday, December 18.

4) Keep reviewing all selections of Latin read this semester for the semester exam. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, January 4, 2017:

1) Read, translate and prepare page 4 and half of page 6 of Cicero's In Catalinam and review page 2.  What form is abutēre?

1.5) Review notes and chronology of Cicero's life down to the year of his consulship, 63 BC. 

2) Here is the new vocabulary list.   Quiz on Monday, December 9.      Download these two assignments.  They are due on Friday, December 6.   ONE         TWO

2.5) Starting work in Wheelock Chapter XXXI.  Quiz will be on Wednesday, January 11.  It will have a verb game with fero, ferre, tuli, latus.   I will make the quiz based on the examples/vocabulary in the chapter and the Self-Tutorial exercises in the back of the book.  Self-correct and sign pledge.   

3) Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World.  

4) Keep reviewing all selections of Latin read this semester for the semester exam. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, January 2, 2017:

1) Read the two page introduction to Cicero, In Catalinam and prepare/translate the first page. Most of you finished this in class.   Review it before Monday's class.  

2) Here is the new vocabulary list.   Quiz on Monday, December 9.      Download these two assignments.  They are due on Friday, December 6.   ONE         TWO

2.5) Starting work in Wheelock Chapter XXXI.  Quiz will be on Monday, January 9.  It will have a verb game with fero, ferre, tuli, latus.   I will make the quiz based on the examples/vocabulary in the chapter and the Self-Tutorial exercises in the back of the book.  Self-correct and sign pledge.   

3) Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World.  

4) Keep reviewing all selections of Latin read this semester for the semester exam. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, December 12, 2016:

1) Read/prepare paragraphs 4-5 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter XII and paragraph 1 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter XIII on Hannibal.    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.    Does Favale have this? 

2) Quiz Wheelock Chapter XXX.    I will make the quiz based on the examples/vocabulary in the chapter and the Self-Tutorial exercises in the back of the book.  Self-correct and sign pledge.   

3) Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World.  

Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 9, 2016:

1) Read/prepare paragraphs 1-3 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter XII on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.    Does Favale have this? 

2) Quiz Wheelock Chapter XXX.  Quiz on Friday, December 9.  I will make the quiz based on the examples/vocabulary in the chapter and the Self-Tutorial exercises in the back of the book.  Self-correct and sign pledge.   

3) Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World.  

Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 2, 2016:

1) Read/prepare paragraphs 1 to 3 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter XI on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.    

2) Start working on Wheelock Chapter XXIX.  Quiz on Monday, December 5.  I will make the quiz based on the chapter and the Self-Tutorial exercises in the back of the book.  Self-correct and sign pledge.   

3) Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World.  

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, November 30, 2016:

1) Keep review what we have read in class. 

2) Read/prepare paragraphs 3 to 6 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter X on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.    

3) Start working on Wheelock Chapter XXIX.  Quiz on Monday, December 5.  I will make the quiz based on the chapter and the Self-Tutorial exercises in the back of the book.  Self-correct and sign pledge.   

4) Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, November 28, 2016:

1) Read/prepare paragraphs 1 to 4 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter X on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.    

2) Quiz on Wheelock Chapter XXVIII.  I will make the quiz based on the chapter and the Self-Tutorial exercises in the back of the book.  Self-correct and sign pledge.  

3) If you wish to get ahead begin working on Wheelock Chapter XXIX and the self-tutorial exercises. 

4) Keep working on maps of the Hellenistic World. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, November 16, 2016:

1) Read/prepare paragraphs  4 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter IX on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.    

2) Complete the parsing assignment for of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter IX on Hannibal. Graded Assignment. 

3) Read first Wheelock Chapter on the Subjunctive and do the Self-Tutorial exercises in the back of the book.  Self-correct and sign pledge.   

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, November 9, 2016:

1) Read/prepare paragraphs 1,  2, 3, 4 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter IX on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.   

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, November 9, 2016:

1) Test is on Wednesday, November 9.  Study all selections of Latin - translation, historical background/textual reference, and parsing.  Email with questions. 

2) Keep reviewing and study notes/maps of the post-Alexander Hellenistic world.  What does the term Hellenistic mean and signify?  What are the four Hellenistic kingdoms?  What is asyndeton and polysyndeton?   How are causā and gratiā used?  What is syncopation? 

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, November 4, 2016:

1) First the two handout on subjunctive morphology. 

2) Keep reviewing the Latin that we have read. Test is on Wednesday, November 9.  Study all selections of Latin - translation, historical background/textual reference, and parsing.  Email with questions. 

3) Keep reviewing and study notes/maps of the post-Alexander Hellenistic world.  What does the term Hellenistic mean and signify?  What are the four Hellenistic kingdoms?  What is asyndeton and polysyndeton?   How are causā and gratiā used?  What is syncopation? 

4) Read/prepare paragraphs  2, 3, 4 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter VIII on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.   KEEP REVIEW WHAT WE READ IN CLASS.

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, November 2, 2016:

1) Keep reviewing and study notes/maps of the post-Alexander Hellenistic world.  What does the term Hellenistic mean and signify?  What are the four Hellenistic kingdoms?  What is asyndeton and polysyndeton?   How are causā and gratiā used?  What is syncopation? 

2) Read/prepare paragraphs  2, 3, 4 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter VIII on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.   KEEP REVIEW WHAT WE READ IN CLASS.

3) Complete the first two verb game in handout on irregular verbs. 

4) Keep reviewing the Latin that we have read. Test is on Wednesday, November 9.  Study all selections of Latin - translation, historical background/textual reference, and parsing.  Email with questions. 

5) Mark the Hellenistic Kingdoms on the map below. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, October 31, 2016:

1) Read/prepare paragraphs 1, 2, 3  of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter VIII on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.   KEEP REVIEW WHAT WE READ IN CLASS.

2) Complete the first two verb game in handout on irregular verbs. 

3) Keep reviewing the Latin that we have read. Test is on Wednesday, November 2.  Study all selections of Latin - translation, historical background/textual reference, and parsing.  Email with questions. 

4) Study the maps of the Hellenistic Kingdoms below. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, October 26, 2016:

1) Read/prepare paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter VII on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.   KEEP REVIEW WHAT WE READ IN CLASS.

2) Complete the first two verb game in handout on irregular verbs. 

3) Keep reviewing the Latin that we have read.  Test is coming in 10 days time.   

Agenda/Homework for Monday, October 24, 2016:

1) Read/prepare paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 of Cornelius Nepos, Chapter VII on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.   KEEP REVIEW WHAT WE READ IN CLASS.

2) Vocabulary quiz for quiz on Monday, October 24 with verb game of fero, ferre, tuli, latus on the back. 

3) Complete the first two verb game in handout on irregular verbs. 

4) Keep reviewing the Latin that we have read.  Test is coming in 10 days time.   

Agenda/Homework for Monday, October 17, 2016:

1) Read/prepare paragraphs 2, 3, 4 of Cornelius Nepos, Part II on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text.   KEEP REVIEW WHAT WE READ IN CLASS.

2) Vocabulary quiz for quiz on Monday, October 24. 

3) Study handout on irregular verbs and complete PRACTICE ONE, TWO, THREE & FOUR and complete the first and second verb games in the handout.  

4) Review notes on the Latin Supine ending  -um and in -ū.  Watch this video on supines. Email if you would like a handout on this most shapely piece of Latin grammar. 

5) What is syncopation?  What is missing in fugārat. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, October 14, 2016:

1) Read/prepare paragraphs 1, 2, 3 of Cornelius Nepos, Part II on Hannibal    See handout or click here for on line version of this text. 

2) I will post a new vocabulary list soon. 

3) Review morphology of the indicative mood.  Begin review irregular verbs by going to this page. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, October 12, 2016:

1) Review all  paragraphs of Cornelius Nepos on Hannibal and finish section four to read next class.   See handout or click here for on line version of this text. 

2) Finish and hand in the assignment of verbal morphology. 

3) Complete and hand in this parsing assignment. 

4) I will post a new vocabulary list soon. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, October 10, 2016:

1) Read and prepare the all  paragraphs of Cornelius Nepos on Hannibal.  See handout or click here for on line version of this text. 

2) Review all of Hannibal and the Aftermath of Cannae.

3) Here is the list for the next vocabulary quiz.  Monday, October 10. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, October 5, 2016:

1) Quiz on personal pronouns (ego, tu, nos, vos) and is, ea, id on Wednesday.  Make sure you know what case syntax is common with these pronouns, such as the dative of the possessor, objective genitive, partitive genitive, etc. 

2) Read and prepare the first two paragraphs of Cornelius Nepos on Hannibal. 

3) Review all of Hannibal and the Aftermath of Cannae.

4) Here is the list for the next vocabulary quiz.  Monday, October 10. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, October 3, 2016:

1) Review paragraph two of Hannibal and the Aftermath of Cannae  Be prepared to read/discuss orally in class from the Latin text (graded assignment).  Click here for an updated version with more vocabulary and notes. 

2) Review all of Hannibal and the Aftermath of Cannae.

3) Here is the list for the next vocabulary quiz.  Monday, October 10. 

4) Quiz on personal pronouns (ego, tu, nos, vos) and is, ea, id on Wednesday. 

5) Watch this not so exciting but informative video on the battle of Cannae.  Take notes.  See plans of the battle below. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, 28, 2016:

1) Finish preparing Battle of Cannae selection by Livy (last two sentences) and the paragraph one of the next selection titled Hannibal and the Aftermath of Cannae  Be prepared to read/discuss orally in class from the Latin text (graded assignment).

2) Quiz on personal pronouns and is, ea, id on Friday. 

3) Watch this not so exciting but informative video on the battle of Cannae.  Take notes.  See plans of the battle below. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, 26, 2016:

1) Quiz: Review all sections Latin read this far from Eutropius and Livy.  Be able to translate parse and explain historical content and references. 

2) Quiz on personal pronouns and is, ea, id on Friday. 

3) Watch this not so exciting but informative video on the battle of Cannae.  Take notes.  See plans of the battle below. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, 23, 2016:

1) Finish preparing Battle of Cannae selection by Livy and review what we read in class on Wednesday.   Be prepared to read/discuss orally in class from the Latin text (graded assignment). 2)

2) Complete sentences 6-9 of personal pronoun handout and review morphology of personal pronouns for a quiz on Friday. 

3) Watch this not so exciting but informative video on the battle of Cannae.  Take notes.  See plans of the battle below. 

 

 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, 21, 2016:

1) Read/prepare/translate all of section 10 and Battle of Cannae (new handout).  Be prepared to read/discuss orally in class from the Latin text (graded assignment).  I will read with you for most of the class on Wednesday. 

2) Complete sentences 1-5 of personal pronoun handout and review morphology of personal pronouns for a quiz on Friday. 

3) Examine the maps below. Know the three major battles and their dates. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, 16, 2016:

 

1) Study and review section 8 and  read/prepare/write out a translation of SECTION 9 (NEW HANDOUT) on the following page.    Be prepared to read/discuss orally in class from the Latin text (graded assignment).  

2) Here is the list for the first vocabulary quiz.  Quiz on Monday, September 20.  Know complete dictionary entry. 

3) Examine the maps below. 

Agenda/Homework for Wedesday, 14, 2016:

1) QUIZ on Noun-Adjective Agreement (40-50 Points).    See new handout on third declension (especially i-stem nouns and adjectives)  study the first page and second of the handout SUMMARY OF INFLECTIONS or see appendix in Wheelock.  Do not forget UNUS NAUTA (-ius paradigm) words:  unus, nullus, ullus, solus, neuter, alius, uter, totus, alter. 

First and Second Declension Adjectives.   Video.    

The Third Declension: Watch these video and take notes.  

Third Declension Nouns in General 

Third Declension Neuter 

Third Declension Adjectives

2) Study and review section 6 and 7 and  read/prepare/write out a translation of SECTION 8 (NEW HANDOUT) on the following page.    Be prepared to read/discuss orally in class from the Latin text (graded assignment).  

3) Here is the list for the first vocabulary quiz.  Quiz on Monday, September 20.  Know complete dictionary entry. 

4) Examine the map below of the Western Mediterranean on the eve of the 2nd Punic War. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, 9, 2016:

1) Complete Noun-Adjective Agreement take-home quiz (lavender paper).  See new handout on third declension (especially i-stem nouns and adjectives)  study the first page and second of the handout SUMMARY OF INFLECTIONS or see appendix in Wheelock.   You should watch the videos listed below and recite declension aloud. 

First and Second Declension Adjectives.   Video.    

The Third Declension: Watch these video and take notes.  

Third Declension Nouns in General 

Third Declension Neuter 

Third Declension Adjectives

2) Study and review section 6 and  read/prepare/write out a translation of section 7 on the following page.    Be prepared to read/discuss orally in class from the Latin text (graded assignment).  

3) Here is the list for the first vocabulary quiz.  Quiz on Monday, September 20.  Know complete dictionary entry. 

4) Examine the map below of the Western Mediterranean on the eve of the 2nd Punic War. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, 9, 2016:

1) Quiz on nouns of declensions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.  Study the first page of the handout SUMMARY OF INFLECTIONS or see appendix in Wheelock. 

2) Finish and review  section 6 (first paragraph about Marcellus) of reading on 2nd Punic Wars.  Be prepared to read/discuss orally in class.  

3) Some expressed a desire to review the ablative absolute.   Watch this video and read Wheelock pages 193-4.  You may wish to do the self-tutorial exercises page 430. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, June 10, 2016:

1) Reading/preparation:  For Friday, 776-898. 

2) Here is final vocabulary list. Quiz next week on Monday, June 6. 

3) Review and correct your 4th quarter test. 

4) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, June 8, 2016:

1) Reading/preparation: For Wednesday, Ovid, Polyphemus and Galatea,  845-75 and for Friday, 776-898. 

2) Here is final vocabulary list. Quiz next week on Monday, June 6. 

3) Review and correct your 4th quarter test. 

4) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, June 6, 2016

1) Reading/preparation: Ovid, Polyphemus and Galatea, lines 780-814 (old) and 831-864 (note the lines skipped) 

2) Here is final vocabulary list. Quiz next week on Monday, June 6. 

3) Review and correct your 4th quarter test. 

4) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, June 3, 2016

1) Reading/preparation: Acis/Galatea/Polyphemus, lines 780-809. 

2) Here is final vocabulary list. Quiz next week on Monday, June 6. 

3) Review and correct your 4th quarter test. 

4) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Tuesday, May 30, 2016

1) Reading/preparation: Acis/Galatea/Polyphemus, lines 760-787. 

2) Review and correct your 4th quarter test. 

3) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, May 27, 2016

1) Reading/preparation: Acis/Galatea/Polyphemus, lines 750-769. 

2) Review and correct your 4th quarter test. 

3) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, May 25, 2016

1) Reading: Finish reading Pyramus and Thisbe to the end and review. 

2) Review and correct your 4th quarter test. 

3) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, May 23, 2016

1) Reading: Finish reading Pyramus and Thisbe to the end

2) Review and correct your 4th quarter test. 

3) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, May 18, 2016

 

1)    The midterm is test will be on Wednesday, May 18.  Be able to translate, parse/justify nouns, subjunctives, infinitives, and mythological background and references in text and figures of speech.  Texts:  Proem and Creation, Apollo and Daphne, Pygmalion, Pyramus and Thisbe down to 120. 

2) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, May 16, 2016

1) Reading: 

a)  Finish reading Pyramus and Thisbe from lines 82 to 120.  

 Email if you need the text. 

2)    The midterm is test will be on Wednesday, May 18.  Be able to translate, parse/justify nouns, subjunctives, infinitives, and mythological background and references in text and figures of speech. 

3) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, May 11, 2016

1) Reading: 

a)  Finish reading Pyramus and Thisbe from lines 82 to 120.  

 Email if you need the text. 

2)    The midterm is test will be on Wednesday, May 18.  Be able to translate, parse/justify nouns, subjunctives, infinitives, and mythological background and references in text and figures of speech. 

3) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, May 9, 2016

1) Reading: 

a) Finish translating/reading the entire story in Pygmalion from Ovid's Metamorphoses and be prepare to read/translate in class on Monday. 

b) Read and translate Pyramus and Thisbe, Lines 55-65.  Email if you need the text. 

2) Review Apollo and Daphne.  The midterm is test will be on Monday, May 16. 

3) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, May 4, 2016

1) Reading: Finish translating/reading the entire story in Pygmalion from Ovid's Metamorphoses and be prepare to read/translate in class on Monday. 

2) Review Apollo and Daphne.  The midterm is test will be on Monday, May 16. 

3) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, May 2, 2016

1) Reading: Finish translating/reading the entire story in Pygmalion from Ovid's Metamorphoses and be prepare to read/translate in class on Monday. 

2) Review Apollo and Daphne.  The midterm is test coming soon. 

3) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, April 27, 2016

1) Reading: Finish translating the story in Latin Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses and prepare the first 15 lines of Pygmalion

2) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, April 22, 2016

1) Reading: Finish translating the story in Latin Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses

2) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

3) Read all of  Book One of Ovid's Metamorphoses in translation and study for  a comprehension QUIZ.  Read carefully and take notes.  Know characters, geography, narrative, myth, aetiologies, transformations, etc.  Be able to discuss and analyze each story. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, April 20, 2016

1) Reading: Prepare lines 1.520-538 of Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses

2) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

3) Vocabulary list for Apollo and Daphne.  Quiz on Friday, April 22. 

4) For Wednesday read Book One of Ovid's Metamorphoses in translation from page 15 to  to page 32. Expect a comprehension QUIZ so read carefully and take notes.  Know characters, geography, narrative, myth, aetiologies, transformations, etc.  Be able to discuss and analyze each story. 

Agenda/Homework for Monday, April 17, 2016

1) Reading: Prepare lines 1.520-538 of Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses

2) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

3) Vocabulary list for Apollo and Daphne.  Quiz on Wednesday, 19. 

4) For Wednesday read Book One of Ovid's Metamorphoses in translation from page 15 to  to page 32. Expect a comprehension quiz so read carefully and take notes.  Know characters, geography, narrative, myth, aetiologies, transformations, etc.  Be able to discuss and analyze each story. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, April 15, 2016

1) Reading: Prepare lines 1.490-509 of Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses

2) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

3) Keep reviewing Latin text and notes from class. 

3) Vocabulary list for Apollo and Daphne

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, April 13, 2016

1) Reading: Prepare lines 1.475-501 of Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses

2) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

3) Keep reviewing Latin text and notes from class. 

3) I will post vocabulary list soon. 

4) Review and consolidate notes from Power and Pathos Exhibition.  Here are some links.  I will give more detail on the final product, it due date and  quiz date soon. 

Videos Related to Power and Pathos - Sculpture from the Hellenistic World 

PBS News Hour on Power and Pathos 

Power and Pathos from the National Gallery

Exhibition of Hellenistic Bronzes at the National Gallery

Sleeping Eros

4)  Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Monday, April 11, 2016

1) Reading: Prepare lines 1.460-489 of Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses

2) Scan the first 6 lines of  Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses.  See videos below for help. 

3) Keep reviewing Latin text and notes from class. 

3) I will post vocabulary list soon. 

4) Review and consolidate notes from Power and Pathos Exhibition.  Here are some links.  I will give more detail on the final product, it due date and  quiz date soon. 

Videos Related to Power and Pathos - Sculpture from the Hellenistic World 

PBS News Hour on Power and Pathos 

Power and Pathos from the National Gallery

Exhibition of Hellenistic Bronzes at the National Gallery

Sleeping Eros

4)  Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Friday, April 8, 2016

1) Reading: Prepare lines 1.452-473 of Apollo and Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses

2) Review and consolidate notes from Power and Pathos Exhibition.  Here are some links.  I will give more detail on the final product, it due date and  quiz date soon. 

Videos Related to Power and Pathos - Sculpture from the Hellenistic World 

PBS News Hour on Power and Pathos 

Power and Pathos from the National Gallery

Exhibition of Hellenistic Bronzes at the National Gallery

Sleeping Eros

4)  Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Monday, April 4, 2016

1) Reading: Prepare lines 20-31 of Ovid's Metamorphoses

2)  Test on Ecce Romani and Suetonius (Prose Authors) and History of the Period will be in Wednesday, April 6th. 

3) Review and consolidate notes from Power and Pathos Exhibition.  Here are some links.  I will give more detail on the final product, it due date and  quiz date soon. 

Videos Related to Power and Pathos - Sculpture from the Hellenistic World 

PBS News Hour on Power and Pathos 

Power and Pathos from the National Gallery

Exhibition of Hellenistic Bronzes at the National Gallery

Sleeping Eros

4)  Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, March 23, 2016

1) Readling:

a) Lines 20-31 of Ovid's Metamorphoses

b) Read, prepare and write out a translation on the provided lined paper for Ovid, Fasti 1.420 to the end. 

2)  Vocabulary Quiz on Friday, March 25. Vocabulary for Priapus and Lotis from Ovid's Fasti

3) Review and consolidate notes from Power and Pathos Exhibition.  Here are some links.  I will give more detail on the final product, it due date and  quiz date soon. 

Videos Related to Power and Pathos - Sculpture from the Hellenistic World 

PBS News Hour on Power and Pathos 

Power and Pathos from the National Gallery

Exhibition of Hellenistic Bronzes at the National Gallery

Sleeping Eros

4) Test on Ecce Romani and Suetonius (Prose Authors) and History of the Period will be in Monday, April 4th. 

5) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Monday, March 21, 2016

1) Read, prepare and write out a translation on the provided lined paper for Ovid, Fasti 1.420 to the end. 

1.5)  Vocabulary Quiz on Friday, March 25. Vocabulary for Priapus and Lotis from Ovid's Fasti

2) Review and consolidate notes from Power and Pathos Exhibition.  Here are some links.  I will give more detail on the final product, it due date and  quiz date soon. 

Videos Related to Power and Pathos - Sculpture from the Hellenistic World 

PBS News Hour on Power and Pathos 

Power and Pathos from the National Gallery

Exhibition of Hellenistic Bronzes at the National Gallery

Sleeping Eros

3) Test on Ecce Romani and Suetonius (Prose Authors) and History of the Period will be in Monday, April 4th. 

4) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Monday, March 14, 2016

1)  Quiz on five independent subjunctives. 

2) Read, prepare and write out a translation on the provided lined paper for Ovid, Fasti 1.391-420.

3) Review notes from the board on literary background and literary antecedents for the Metamorphoses. 

) Wednesday, March 16: Test on Ecce Romani III readings, Suetonius' Death of Caesar, Amores 1.1, 1.2. 1.9 and Metamorphoses 1.1-20.  Be able to translate, parse, and supply historical or mythological information. 

4) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Friday, March 11, 2016

NLE on Thursday, 6th Period in Cafeteria. 

1) We will do the quiz on independent subjunctives next week. 

2) Read and prepare  Metamorphoses 1.8-20 (new handout).    

3) Review notes from the board on literary background and literary antecedents for the Metamorphoses. 

4) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, March 9, 2016

NLE on Thursday, 6th Period in Cafeteria. 

1) Study independent subjunctives and complete sentences 6-12 in handout for Monday. 

2) Read and prepare  Metamorphoses 1.1-8 (new handout).      Read notes and use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.

3) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, March 1, 2016

1) Complete National Latin Exam given on Friday.  

2) Study independent subjunctives and complete sentences 6-12 in handout for Monday. 

3) Read and prepare Ovid,  Amores 1.9, lines 36 to the end and Metamorphoses 1.1-8 (new handout).      Read notes and use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.

4) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Monday, February 29, 2016

1) Complete National Latin Exam given on Friday.  

2) Study independent subjunctives and complete sentences 6-12 in handout for Monday. 

3) Read and prepare Ovid,  Amores 1.9, lines 11-36.     Read notes and use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.

4) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Friday, February 26, 2016

1) Review Latin already read.  Test coming relatively soon. 

2) Study independent subjunctives and complete sentences 6-12 in handout for Monday. 

3) Read and prepare Ovid,  Amores 1.9, lines 11-26.     Read notes and use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.

4) Quiz on  Friday February 26, 2016.  Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Amores 1.1 and 1.2.  

5) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, February 24, 2016

1) Review Latin already read.  Test coming relatively soon. 

2) Study independent subjunctives and complete sentences 1-6 in handout. 

3) Read and prepare Ovid, Amores lines 1.2, lines 1.40-52 (the end) and Amores 1.9, lines 1-10.     Read notes and use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.

4) Quiz on Wednesday, Feb. 24.  Here is the vocabulary list for a quiz on Amores 1.1 and 1.2.  

5) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Monday, February 22, 2016

1) Finish practice National Latin Exam. 

2) Review Latin already read.  Test coming relatively soon. 

3) Read and prepare Ovid, Amores lines 1.2, lines 1.30-52 (the end).  This poem can be difficult.  Read notes and use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.

4) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

Agenda/Homework for Friday, February 19, 2016

1) Do practice National Latin Exam. 

2) Review Latin already read.  

3) Read and prepare Ovid, Amores lines 1.2, lines 1.15-37.  This poem can be difficult.  Read notes and use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.

4) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two

 

Agenda/Homework for  Wednesday February 8, 2016

1)  ReviewOvid, Amores lines 1.1   Use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.   Know mythological reference and be able to discuss as a programmatic poem for the Amores. 

2) Read and prepare Ovid, Amores lines 1.2, lines 1.1-22.  This poem can be difficult.  Read notes and use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.

3) Old but crucial: Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two 


Agenda/Homework for  Wednesday February 8, 2016

1)  Read and translate Ovid, Amores lines 1.1, lines 13-30 and 2.1, lines 1-12 of new handout.   Use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.  It will save you time looking things up.

2) Keep review notes and reread the text. Know historical background and mythological references in the text. 

3) Watch these two videos on scansion of hexameter and take notes. This information is crucial.  These deal with only the hexameter line. We will do the pentameter next.  On the handout of Ovid, Amores 1.1 (full text), scan lines1, 3,  5, 7, 9 (the hexameter lines) by marking long and short vowels and dividing them into feet - dactyls and spondees.  I will ask to see this. 

Video One

Video Two 

4) Find Boeotia, Mt. Helicon, and Mt. Parnassus on the map below.  Why are these places significant to poets? 


Agenda/Homework for  Wednesday, February 3

a)  Read and translate Ovid, Amores lines 9-30 (pages 95-99 of new handout).   Use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.  It will save you time looking things up.

b) Complete page 3 of handout on comparative and superlative adjectives and begin learning the last two pages of the handout with the NLE removed.

c) Review notes from class on Augustus, Ovid and elegiac couplet (Hexameter and Pentameter lines). 


Agenda/Homework for Monday, February 1 to Wednesday, February 3

1) Monday: 

a)  Vocabulary list for next quiz.  Quiz on Monday, February 1. 

b)  Read and translate Ovid, Amores lines 1-16 (pages 93-95 of new handout).   Use this website for additional vocabulary and notes.  It will save you time looking things up.

c) Old: Complete pages 1 and 2 of handout on comparative and superlative adjectives and begin learning the last two pages of the handout with the NLE removed.

2) Wednesday

a) Read and translate Ovid, Amores lines 17-30 (pages 93-95 of new handout). 

b) TBA


Homework for Friday,  January 22, 2016

1) Read and translate page 31of Ecce Romani III.   Know historical figures, events and geography.  Study map below of the division of Roman Imperium by the second triumvirate. 

2) Complete pages 1 and 2 of handout on comparative and superlative adjectives and begin learning the last two pages of the handout with the NLE removed. 

3)  Vocabulary list for next quiz.  Quiz on Friday, January 22. 

4) Start review all Latin read for the semester exam - translation, parsing, historical information. 


Homework for Wednesday,  January 20, 2016

1) Read and translate pages 29 and 31 of Ecce Romani III

2) Vocabulary list for next quiz.  Quiz on Friday, January 22. 

3) Start review all Latin read for the semester exam - translation, parsing, historical information. 

Homework for Wednesday,  January 13, 2016

1) Quiz on Suetonius' account of Death of Caesar (translation, parsing) and quiz on infinitives (morphology and syntax - 5 uses).  Read and study my handout and watch videos below. 

2) Old: Read and write out a translation for page  27 and 29 (The Fall of the Republic) of Chapter 56 of Ecce Romani III.   Email if you need this.   

Homework for Monday, January 11, 2015

1) Watch this video that reconstructs the Theater of Pompey and see model of the Campus Martius above and below. Find the Theater of Pompey in each.   See model of Rome below HW.  Find the Campus Martius and the Theater of Pompey. What is munera from munus, muneris (n)? 

2) Reading and Preparation. 

a)  Finish reading and writing out a translation of all  of Suetonius' Account of Caesar's Death.  See page five of handout for vocabulary.  

b) Old: Read and write out a translation for page  27 and 29 (The Fall of the Republic) of Chapter 56 of Ecce Romani III.   Email if you need this.   

3) Review and study timeline.  Continue to add significant events.  

4) Old: Read and study pages 1 and 2 of infinitive handout and then complete page 3, section III - The Caesar Says Game.    You may wish to watch these videos as a review of infinitives and their uses/syntax. Useful videos on infinitives:

Infinitives Part One

Infinitives Part II: Indirect Statement

Infinitives: Part III: More Indirect Statement


Homework for Friday, January 8, 2015

1) Reading and Preparation. 

a) New:  Finish reading and writing out a translation of the first six lines of Suetonius' Account of Caesar's Death.  See page five of handout for vocabulary.  

b) Old: Read and write out a translation for page  27 and 29 (The Fall of the Republic) of Chapter 56 of Ecce Romani III.   Email if you need this.   

2) Old: Skim through the chapters in Wheelock and complete the Self-Diagnosis. Graded Assignment.  Graded Assignment. 

3) Review and study timeline.  Continue to add significant events.  

4) Old: Read and study pages 1 and 2 of infinitive handout and then complete page 3, section III - The Caesar Says Game.    You may wish to watch these videos as a review of infinitives and their uses/syntax. Useful videos on infinitives:

Infinitives Part One

Infinitives Part II: Indirect Statement

Infinitives: Part III: More Indirect Statement


Homework for Wednesday, January 6, 2015

1) Reading and Preparation. 

a)  Read and write out a translation of the first six lines of Suetonius' Account of Caesar's Death.  See page five of handout for vocabulary.  

b) Read and write out a translation for page  27 and 29 (The Fall of the Republic) of Chapter 56 of Ecce Romani III.   Email if you need this.   

2) Old: Skim through the chapters in Wheelock and complete the Self-Diagnosis. Graded Assignment.  Graded Assignment. 

3) Review and study timeline.  Continue to add significant events.  

4) Read and study pages 1 and 2 of infinitive handout and then complete page 3, section III - The Caesar Says Game.    You may wish to watch these videos as a review of infinitives and their uses/syntax. Useful videos on infinitives:

Infinitives Part One

Infinitives Part II: Indirect Statement

Infinitives: Part III: More Indirect Statement

5) See coin below and try to read it for its political message. 




Homework for Monday, January 4, 2015

1) Skim through the chapters in Wheelock and complete the Self-Diagnosis. Graded Assignment. 

2) Read and write out a translation for page  27 and 29 (The Fall of the Republic) of Chapter 56 of Ecce Romani III.

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, December 16, 2015 

1) Baby Test on Wednesday, December 16.  It will cover the Nepos and Eutropius read since the first quarter test, participles and ablative absolutes.  Value 100 points.  Translation, parsing, figures of speech, and stylistic analysis, questions and sentences on/with participles and ablative absolutes. 

2) Read and write out a translation for page  21 (The Death of Caesar and the Rise of Octavian) of Chapter 55 of Ecce Romani III.  

3) Old: Read and take notes on page 2, 3, 4, of Ecce Romani III and write out answers for Exercise 1 on page 5.  HW grade. 

4) Here is the vocabulary list for chapter 55.  Quiz on Friday, Dec. 17. 


Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 11, 2015

1) Review notes on the review of the ablative absolute and 55d. 

2) Read and write out a translation for page  19 of Chapter 55 of Ecce Romani III.  

3) Keep reviewing.  2nd quarter test is coming soon and the last quiz was not strong for some rabbits. 

4) Old: Read and take notes on page 2, 3, 4, of Ecce Romani III and write out answers for Exercise 1 on page 5.  HW grade. 

5) I will post a new vocabulary list soon. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, December 9, 2015

1) Review notes on the ablative absolute, read page 15 of Ecce Romani III and complete exercise 55d from class and complete.

2) Read and write out a translation for page  13 and 19 of Chapter 55 of Ecce Romani III.  

3) Keep reviewing.  2nd quarter test is coming soon and the last quiz was not strong for some rabbits. 

4) Old: Read and take notes on page 2, 3, 4, of Ecce Romani III and write out answers for Exercise 1 on page 5.  HW grade. 

5) I will post a new vocabulary list soon. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 4, 2015

1) Keep reviewing.  2nd quarter test is coming soon and the last quiz was not strong for some rabbits. 

2) Read and write out a translation for page 9, 11 and 13of Chapter 55 of Ecce Romani III

3) Old: Read and take notes on page 2, 3, 4, of Ecce Romani III and write out answers for Exercise 1 on page 5.  HW grade. 

4) I will post a new vocabulary list soon. 



Agenda/Homework for Friday, December 4, 2015

1) Quiz: verb game for fero, ferre.

2) Read and write out a translation for page 7 and 9 and half of 11 of Chapter 55 of Ecce Romani III

3) Read and take notes on page 2, 3, 4, of Ecce Romani III and write out answers for Exercise 1 on page 5.  HW grade. 

4) I will post a new vocabulary list soon. 

Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, December 2, 2015

1) Complete the participle assignment and verb game for fero, ferre.

2) Read and write out a translation for page 7 and 9 of Chapter 55 of Ecce Romani III

3) Read and take notes on page 2, 3, 4, of Ecce Romani III and write out answers for Exercise 1 on page 5.  HW grade. 

4) Old: Finish Nepos, Chapter 3, paragraph 4.       Click here for an online version of Nepos.     

5) ) I will post a new vocabulary list soon. 



Agenda/Homework for Friday, November 20, 2015

1) Prepare (read and translate) chapter 3, sections 1 through 3 (new handout) of Cornelius Nepos' Life of Hannibal.      Click here for an online version of Nepos.     

2) I will post a new vocabulary list soon. 

3) Keep review text. Quiz on Monday, November 23.  Focus on justification and accurate translation. 

Agenda/Homework for MondayNovember 15, 2015

1) Quiz on morphology and syntax of the gerund and gerundive. 

2) Prepare (read and translate) chapter 2, sections 3 through 6 (new handout) of Cornelius Nepos' Life of Hannibal.      Click here for an online version of Nepos.     

3) I will post a new vocabulary list soon. 




Agenda/Homework for Friday,  November 13, 2015

1) Review what we read in class today. 

2) Prepare (read and translate) chapter 2, sections 2 and 3 (new handout) of Cornelius Nepos' Life of Hannibal.      Click here for an online version of Nepos.     

3) Click on Dr. Tory Farmer for new vocabulary list.  Quiz on Friday, November 13.


Agenda/Homework for Monday,  November 9, 2015

1) Short quiz on the different conditional sentences.  Watch this video.  Review conditional sentences.   Old: Complete page 4 of handout on gerund/gerundive.  

2) Prepare (read and translate) chapter 2, section 1 and 2 (new handout) of Cornelius Nepos' Life of Hannibal.   We will finish sections 3, 4, 5, 6 by the end of the week, if you wish to get ahead.  Email if you need this.   Click here for an online version of Nepos.     

3) Click on Dr. Tory Farmer for new vocabulary list.  Quiz on Friday, November 14. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, November 6,  2015

1) Complete page 4 of handout on gerund/gerundive.   Watch this video.  Review conditional sentences. 

2) Old but make sure  sections 1, 2, 3 of Cornelius Nepos' Life of Hannibal are well prepared for oral reading in class. 


Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, November 4,  2015

1) Study notes on conditional sentences.  Watch this video. Complete pages 1-3 of handout on gerund/gerundive.  Handed out on Friday.  Email if you need this. 

2) Read and write out a translation for sections 1, 2, 3 of Cornelius Nepos' Life of Hannibal.  

Agenda/Homework for Monday,  October 26, 2015

1) Review notes on gerund/gerundive and my handout and watch and take notes this video on the gerund and gerundive.   I will ask questions to make sure that you have watched it. 

2) Read/prepare and write out a translation of this sections 20-23 of Eutropius. See new handout for sections 20 and 21.  Email if you do not have this.  Complete all parsing. 

3) Keep reviewing all Latin passages.  First quarter test will be Wednesday, October 28.  

Agenda/Homework for Friday,  October 23, 2015

1) Review notes on gerund/gerundive and my handout.  Finish long English to Latin sentences on the quiz we did in class.  Complete the first 4 of six sentences on other handout. 

2) Old: Read/prepare and write out a translation of this sections 20 & 21 of Eutropius. See new handout for sections 20 and 21.  Email if you do not have this. 

3) Keep reviewing all Latin passages.  First quarter test will be Wednesday, October 28.  



Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, October 21, 2015

1)  Read/prepare and write out a translation of this sections 19, 20, 21 of Eutropius. See new handout for sections 20 and 21.  Email if you do not have this. 

2) Keep reviewing all Latin passages.  First quarter test is coming soon. 


genda/Homework for Monday, October 19, 2015

1) Quiz on Latin demonstrative adjectives, personal pronouns and possessive adjectives.    Click here and watch to video and to review paradigms.     

2)  Read/prepare and write out a translation of this sections 17, 18, 19, 20 of Eutropius. See new handout for sections 16-17. 

3) Keep reviewing all Latin passages.  First quarter test is coming soon. 

Agenda/Homework for Friday, October 16, 2015

1) Old: Finish all English to Latin sentences in demonstrative adjectives/personal pronoun review handout.  Quiz coming soon of morphology and syntax.  Click here and watch to video and to review paradigms.     

2)  Read/prepare and write out a translation of this sections 15, 16, 17 of Eutropius. See new handout for sections 16-17. 

3) Keep reviewing all Latin passages.  First quarter test is coming soon. 

4) Review notes on Hellenistic Kingdoms. 



Agenda/Homework for Monday, October 12, 2015

I plan to assign some HW grades this week. 

1) Finish all English to Latin sentences in demonstrative adjectives/personal pronoun review handout.  Quiz coming soon of morphology and syntax.  Click here and watch to video and to review paradigms.   

2)  Read/prepare and write out a translation of this section of Eutropius. Click here for the pdf. 

3) Vocabulary quiz on Monday.   Click on Dr. Farmer for the list.

4) Keep review all Latin passages.  First quarter test is coming soon. 


Agenda/Homework for Friday, October 9, 2015

1) Review pronouns and demonstrative adjectives both morphology and syntax and have finished sentences 4, 5, 6 in that handout. 

2)  Make sure  Eutropius  14 and  parsing assignment on the last page are fully complete.  Click on Katie for the text and vocabulary of sections 13 and 14.  

3) On Monday we will have the vocabulary quiz.  See above or the sidebar for the list. 

4)   Keep reviewing.  First quarter test is coming with a couple of weeks. 



Agenda/Homework for Wednesday,  October 7, 2015

1) Quiz on morphology of demonstrative adjectives/pronouns and personal pronouns.  Study the paradigms on the first two pages of the handout. Complete the questions 5-8 and first 3 English to Latin sentences in this same handout. 

2)  Read/translate the next two selections of Eutropius (13 & 14) and complete parsing assignment on the last page.  Write translation and parsing on the provided lines.   Click on Katie for the text and vocabulary of sections 13 and 14.   I ask to see this.  Email if you can not access this document. 

3) Start studying the new vocabulary list. 

4)   Keep reviewing.  2nd quiz is coming soon. 




Agenda/Homework for Monday,  October 5, 2015

1) Quiz on verb game.    

2) Review notes from today on subordinate clauses with "ut".  Email if you need help with this. 

3) Old: Read/translate the next two selections of Eutropius (13 & 14) and complete parsing assignment on the last page.  Write translation and parsing on the provided lines.   Click on Katie for the text and vocabulary of sections 13 and 14.   I ask to see this.  Email if you can not access this document. 

4)   Keep reviewing and make sure section 12 is completely finished. 

5) Bring your quiz from last week on Eutropius to discuss and correct. 


Agenda/Homework for Friday,  October 2, 2015

1) Do verb game for fero and sentio and review notes from today on subordinate clauses with "ut". 

2) Old: Read/translate the next two selections of Eutropius (11 & 12) and complete parsing assignment on the last page.  Write translation and parsing on the provided lines. 

3)   Keep reviewing.

4) Bring quiz on corrected Eutropius to discuss and correct. 



Agenda/Homework for Monday, September 28, 2015

1) Do verb game for mitto, mittere, miss, missus and review notes from today on verbal morphology

2) Read/translate the next two selections of Eutropius (11 & 12) and complete parsing assignment on the last page.  Write translation and parsing on the provided lines. 

3) Old:  Finish all translation and parsing for 22.49 of Livy's Ab Urbe Condita on the aftermath of the battle of Cannae and be able to translate orally in class.   Keep reviewing.  



Agenda/Homework for Monday, September 28, 2015

1) Old:  Finish all translation and parsing for 22.49 of Livy's Ab Urbe Condita on the aftermath of the battle of Cannae and be able to translate orally in class.   Keep review finished passages - test is coming soon. 

2) Short test on what we have read so far in class this year - Livy 2.1 and first half of 22.49 and Eutropius, reviarum, sections 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.    Be able to read/translate, parse, and provide historical background and some analysis of the text.   Email with questions. 


Agenda/Homework for Friday, September 25, 2015

1) Read/prepare/write out translation for 22.49 of Livy's Ab Urbe Conduit on the aftermath of the battle of Cannae and be able to translate orally in class.   Keep review finished passages - test is coming soon. 

2)  Click here for a handout to help you justify verbs in the subjunctive mood.  

3) Vocabulary Quiz:  Click here for vocabulary list for first vocabulary quiz on Friday, Sept. 25.


Agenda/Homework for Monday, September 21, 2015

Click here for notes/vocabulary (on the last page) for section 10 of Eutropius

1) Read/prepare/write out translation for section 10 of Eutropius' Breviarium on Hannibal and be able to translate orally in class.   Keep reviewing  old sections.   See map of battles between the Roman army and Hannibal in Italy below.  Email if you need this. 

2) Finish all parsing words for section 8 and 9 (on the same handout as parsing for section 6 and 7). Graded.  Click here for a handout to help you justify verbs in the subjunctive mood.   Email if you need this. 

3) Read The World of Rome (Pages 15-18 - fat handout) and answer questions 1-15 on the Punic Wars.  Email if you would like a pdf of this chapter.   Examine/study map below. 

4) Vocabulary Quiz:  Click here for vocabulary list for first vocabulary quiz on Friday, Sept. 25.


Agenda/Homework for Friday, September 18, 2015

1) Read/prepare/write out translation for section 9of Eutropius' Breviarium on Hannibal and be able to translate orally in class.   Review sections 7 and 8.  See map of battles between the Roman army and Hannibal in Italy below. 

2) Finish all parsing words for section 6 and 7 (separate parsing handout on Wednesday). Graded.  Click here for a handout to help you justify verbs in the subjunctive mood. 

3) Review words that follow the -ius paradigm, which include: ille, hic, iste, ipse, is, idem, qui, quis and the UNUS NAUTA adjectives (Wheelock page 74-5).   I recommend exercises for CAPVT IX on page 418-9, especially the sentences.   Extra credit if you complete these, sign pledge, self-correct and show me.   We will have a consolidation quiz on these words next week and declension 1-5, including vis, vis (f).    Decline the 4 noun/adjective pairs for Wednesday (handout). 

4) Click here for vocabulary list for first vocabulary quiz on Friday, Sept. 25.


Agenda/Homework for Wednesday, September 16, 2015

1) Study/Review what we read in class today on Marcellus. 

2) Read/prepare/write out translation for section 7 (old) and 8 (new) of Eutropius' Breviarium on  and Hannibal in Spain (7) and beginning of 2nd Punic War (8).   Email if you need this.  Be able to read/translate orally in class (graded), but its does not have to be perfect.   See me outside of class, if you need help. 

3) Review words that follow the -ius paradigm, which include: ille, hic, iste, ipse, is, idem, qui, quis and the UNUS NAUTA adjectives (Wheelock page 74-5).   I recommend exercises for CAPVT IX on page 418-9, especially the sentences.   Extra credit if you complete these, sign pledge, self-correct and show me.   We will have a consolidation quiz on these words next week and declension 1-5, including vis, vis (f).    Decline the 4 noun/adjective pairs for Wednesday (handout). 

4) Click here for vocabulary list for first vocabulary quiz on Friday, Sept. 25. 


Agenda/Homework for Monday,  September 14, 2015

1) Study/Review section 21.1 of Livy (first handout) and study notes from class on Imperium Romanum.  

2) Read/prepare/write out translation for section 6 and 7 of Eutropius' Breviarium on Marcellus (6) and Hannibal in Spain (7).  Email if you need this.  Be able to read/translate orally in class (graded), but its does not have to be perfect.   See me outside of class, if you need help. 

3) Compete declension exercises on 4th and 5th declensions (single page handout) and expect a quiz (value 40 points) on the paradigm of all declensions.   See Wheelock page 495-7 for morphology of all declensions.   

4) Examine the map below. 

5) I will post a vocabulary list soon for our first quiz.