L1 June 9 – June 16, 2014

Tentative Latin 1 Agenda for June 9-16, 2014 (CLICK FOR THIS WEEK’S SLIDES)

Mon, June 9            Unit XI – Reflexive Pronouns

Discuss HW 06/06: Exercise D on WORKSHEET (p 247  from workbook)

NOTES: Reflexive Pronouns

CW 06/09: COPY ANALYZE AND TRANSLATE:

1. Rēx dicit [sē ad regnum quam celerrimē properāturum esse.]

2. Executūs sperāvērunt sē in proeliō fortissimē pugnāvisse.

3. Narcissus in aquā fluminis sē spectābat, quod sē maximē amāvit.

4. Tū tē fallere tuīs verbīs potuistī, sed mē numquam fefellistī.

At home: HW 06/10: Glimpses of Roman Life Unit XI (DOWNLOAD: 11UnitXIGlimpsesofRomanLife)

Tues, June 10           Unit XI

In Class

Discuss HW 06/09: Glimpses of Roman Life Unit XI

Review Packet Page 1 – Exer A-C

At Home:

Finish Review Packet Page 1 – Exer A-C

Wed, June 11          Unit XI

In Class – Review Packet 1 and 2

CHECK YOUR ANSWERS for Review Packet Page 1

Review Packet Page 2 ANALYZE and TRANSLATE all sentences and answer any multiple choice answers you can

At Home:

Review Packet Page 3 – ANALYZE all sentences and answer any multiple choice answers you can

Thurs, June 12        Review for Final Exam

In Class – Review Packet Page 3

Discuss ANALYSIS of all sentences and answer any multiple choice answers you can

TRANSLATE all sentences and answer any multiple choice answers you can

At Home:

Review Packet Page 4 – ANALYZE all sentences and answer any multiple choice answers you can

Fri, June 13          Review for Final Exam

In Class – Review Packet Page 4

Discuss ANALYSIS of all sentences and answer any multiple choice answers you can

TRANSLATE all sentences and answer any multiple choice answers you can

At Home:

STUDY for FINAL EXAM! See Final Exams Woo Hoo page for schedule etc.

L1 June 2- June 6, 2014

Tentative Latin 1 Agenda for June 2-6, 2014 (VIEW THIS WEEK’S SLIDES)

Mon, June 2           Unit XI – Comparison of Adverbs

In Class:

AGITE NUNC: BEGIN Table of Contents for Unit XI

1) HANDOUT 05/30–> a) NOTES: Comparison of Adjectives and b) WORKSHEET: Comparison of Adjectives [DOWNLOAD: NOTES_ComparisonAdjsReg & Worksheet_ComparisonAdjsReg2014 ]

DISCUSS Handout 05/30

COMPLETE Handout on Comparison of Adverbs (Lesson LI)

[DOWNLOAD: NOTES_ComparisonAdvsReg]

1) NOTES: Comparison of Adverbs I and II

2) PRACTICE: Formation and Comparison of Adverbs III

At Home:

HW 06/02: OP p 355 #1-3 AND

STUDY for QUIZ on Lessons L (Comparison of Adjectives -us & -is) AND Lesson LI (Formation and Comparison of Adverbs -us & -is)

Tues, June 3          Unit XI – Lesson LI & LII (-er)

In Class

QUIZ: Lesson L and Lesson LI

CW 06/03: COPY, ANALYZE, and TRANSLATE the following sentences into English:

1) Iter ab urbe mea ad oppidum Gallorum est longissimum.

2) Hic liber brevior est quam ille. (quam = “than”)

3) Hodie clarissimum caelum cum paucis nubibus videmus.

4) Nemo librum longissimum legere amat.

5) Liber celeriter ab omnibus discipulis lectus est.

At Home:

HW 06/03: Complete HANDOUT –> NOTES: Lesson LII – Comparison of -er Adjs and Adverbs

Wed, June 4        Unit XI – Lesson LII (-ilis)

In Class

Discuss HW 06/03

CW 06/04A: PRACTICE: Lesson LII – Comparison of -er Adjs and Adverbs

At Home:

HW 04/04: COMPLETE HANDOUT –>  NOTES Lesson LII – Comparison of of -lis Adjectives and Adverbs

STUDY for QUIZ on Lesson II Friday (-er and -ilis)

Thurs, June 5          Unit XI – Lesson LII (-er & -ilis)

In Class

AGITE NUNC: NOTES Lesson LII Dative w. Special Adjectives

DISCUSS HW 04/04

CW 06/05: COPY, ANALYZE, and TRANSLATE the following sentences into English:

1) Hoc proelium in Gallia facillimum est sed illud in Britannia difficillimum.

2) Oppidum meum miserrimus omnium oopidorum est.

3) Cur oratio tua simillima meae est?

4) Qui puer inimicissimus tibi in ludo erat?

At Home:

CHECK website for info about final exams.

Fri, June 6          Unit XI – Lesson LII (Quam + Suepr; Comp + quam)

In Class

NOTES: Quam + Superlative; Comparative + Quam; Ablative of Comparison (see link for slides above)

Please COPY the following sentences, leave room for analysis & translation

1) Militesad flumen tria milia passuum iter fecerunt quam celerrime.

2) Dux meus [qui fortissimus est] erit semper audacior quam tuus.

3) Senator orationem suam fecit quam clarissime.

4) Hoc flumen [in quo natabimus] est altiusquam illud.

At Home:

HW 06/06: Exercise D on WORKSHEET (p 252  from workbook)

L1 May 27 – May 30, 2014

Tentative Latin 1 Agenda for May 26-30, 2014

Mon, May 26           Memorial Day

Tues, May 27          Verbs of Mental Actions and Ind. Statement (XLVIII)

In Class:

AGITE NUNC: TAKE OUT HW 05/23 (HW 05/23: Oral Form Drill p 348 #3)

CW 05/27: Worksheet Indirect Statement – MORE PRACTICE (DOWNLOAD –> MorePractice_IndStatemt)

At Home:

STUDY for quiz on indirect statement – You need to know the vocabulary from the Indirect Statement worksheets

Wed, May 28          Verbs of Mental Actions and Ind. Statement (XLVIII)

In Class

QUIZ: Indirect Statement

CW 05/28: Unit X – Glimpses of Roman Life “Agriculture and Commerce” (DOWNLOAD: UnitXGlimpses_Agriculture)

At Home:

HW 05/28: Oral Form Drill p 348 #4

STUDY for test on Friday (Vocabulary from Indirect Statement Worksheet AND VMAs, Formation and Translation of Participles, Formation and Translation of Infinitives, Translation and Analysis of Indirect Statement)

Thurs, May 29        Unit X Review

In Class

REVIEW for Unit X Test

At Home:

STUDY for test TOMORROW (Vocabulary from Indirect Statement Worksheet AND VMAs, Formation and Translation of Participles, Formation and Translation of Infinitives, Translation and Analysis of Indirect Statement)

Fri, May 30         Unit X Test

In Class

Vocabulary from Indirect Statement Worksheet AND VMAs, Formation and Translation of Participles, Formation and Translation of Infinitives, Translation and Analysis of Indirect Statement)

At Home:

Begin Unit XI –> HW 05/30 NOTES: Comparison of Adjectives (DOWNLOAD: NOTES_ComparisonAdjsReg) and Compare (i.e., form and translate the COMPARATIVE and SUPERLATIVE degrees) for selected positive adjectives (DOWNLOAD: Worksheet_ComparisonAdjsReg2014)

L1 May 19 – May 23, 2014

Tentative Latin 1 Agenda for May 19-23, 2014

Mon, May 19            All Infinitives

In Class:

NOTES: Subjective and Objective Infinitives

CW 05/19: COPY, ANALYZE and TRANSLATE the following sentences.

1. Mater liberos scribere docebit.

2. Milites manere in catris timuerunt.

3. Soror mea cum amicis suis ludere amat.

4. Omnes cum diligentia laborare inceperunt.

5. Milites accedere ad urbem rogati sunt.

At Home:

HW 05/19: I. NOTES – Verbs of Mental Actions –> Use the book to provide the definition for the various verbs of mental action

Tues, May 20            Verbs of Mental Actions and Ind. Statement (XLVIII)

In Class:

AGITE NUNC: TAKE OUT HW 05/19 and WRITE DOWN the following words: 1) ā/ab 2) discipulus 3) dux 4) hostis 5) in 6) interficio 7) lego 8) liber 9) magistra 10) magnus 11) miles 12) multī 13) noster 14) Rōmānī 15) patria 16) proelium 17) Roma 18) sum 19) suus 20) urbs 21) vincere

CW 05/20A: II. NOTES – Verbs of Mental Action and Indirect Statement – USE the slides to complete

CW 05/20B: Worksheet for Indirect Statement Exer A – COMPLETE Steps 1-5

At Home:

HW 05/20 (UNIT X TAB) –>  LOOK UP and WRITE OUT the principal parts and definitions for all the words from today’s agite nunc.

Wed, May 21          Verbs of Mental Actions and Ind. Statement (XLVIII)

In Class or At Home – Depending on Manus

LOOK UP and WRITE OUT the principal parts and definitions for all the following words: 1) ā/ab 2) discipulus 3) dux 4) hostis 5) in 6) interficio 7) lego 8) liber 9) magistra 10) magnus 11) miles 12) multī 13) noster 14) Rōmānī 15) patria 16) proelium 17) Roma 18) sum 19) suus 20) urbs 21) vincere

II. NOTES – Verbs of Mental Action and Indirect Statement – USE the slides to complete

Worksheet for Indirect Statement Exer A – COMPLETE Steps 1-5 and ANALYSIS

Thurs, May 22        Verbs of Mental Actions and Ind. Statement (XLVIII)

In Class

AGITE NUNC 05/22: LOOK UP and WRITE OUT the principal parts and definitions for dico, puto, respondeo, scio, spero

Worksheet for Indirect Statement Exer A – COMPLETE Steps 1-5 and ANALYSIS

At Home:

HW 05/22 (UNIT X TAB): Use the info from today’s agite nunc to FORM and TRANSLATE the following:

1st pl Pluperfect Active Indicative of dico
3rd pl Imperfect Active Indicative of puto
3rd sg Perfect Active Indicative of respondeo
3rd pl Perfect Active  Indicative of scio
1st pl Imperfect Active Indicative of spero

STUDY annotating indirect statement for quiz tomorrow

Fri, May 23          Verbs of Mental Actions and Ind. Statement (XLVIII)

In Class

AGITE NUNC 05/23: Take out HW 05/22 and USE  them to fill in the appropriate word for Worksheet for Indirect Statement Exer B

DISCUSS HW 05/23 and AN 05/22

MINI-QUIZ: Indirect Statement

CW 05/23: Finish Worksheet for Indirect Statement Exer B

At Home:

HW 05/23: UNIT X GLIMPSES of Roman Life – Agriculture and Commerce

HW 05/23: Oral Form Drill p 348 #3 — WRITE OUT answers.

BEGIN Studying the following: Formation and Translation of all infinitives and the vocabulary from the Indirect Statement Worksheet Exer A&B

L1 and L1H May 12 – May 16, 2014 (MCAS)

LATIN 1 in Red

LATIN 1H in Blue

ALL Latin Classes in Green

Mon, May 12 – Unit X

LATIN 1 – In Class

AGITE NUNC 5/12: TAKE OUT HW 05/09 and WRITE DOWN rules on how to determine the conjugation of a verb

  • -ō, -āre = 1st conj
  • -eō, -ēre = 2nd conj (look for the long mark!)
  • -ō, -ere = 3rd conj
  • -iō, -ere = 3rd -io conj
  • -iō, -īre = 4th conj

CW 05/10: All Infinitives Mini-Worksheet –  You must work independently and quietly. You must hand this in when finished.

ORGANIZE and/or FIX Unit X Tab using the TOC/Binder List – this is the time to make up missing HWs and CWs (List)

LATIN 1H – In Class

AGITE NUNC 5/12: TAKE OUT HW 05/09 and BEGIN Indirect Statement Mini-Worksheet

CW 05/10: Ind Statement Mini-Worksheet

ORGANIZE and/or FIX Unit X Tab using the TOC/Binder List – this is the time to make up missing HWs and CWs

At Home -All Classes

Continue organizing and fixing your binder for Thursday.

Locate your textbook – I will do a book check on Thursday.

Tues, May 13 – MCAS

In Class

Periods 1-4 in HOMEROOM –> MCAS

Periods 5-7: Report to Regular Classes

Period 6 – L1 Manus 4: bring Latin binders and writing utensil to class please

Period 7 – L1 Manus 1: bring Latin binders and writing utensil to class please

Wed, May 14 – MCAS

In Class

Periods 1-4 in HOMEROOM –> MCAS

Periods 5-7: Report to Regular Classes

Period 5 – L1 Manus 4: bring Latin binders and writing utensil to class please

Period 6 – L1 Manus 1: bring Latin binders and writing utensil to class please

At Home – ALL CLASSES

Finish organizing and fixing your Unit X Tab and be prepared for an open binder quiz tomorrow on Unit X tab. 

Locate your Latin textbook and bring it to class tomorrow.

Thurs, May 15           Unit X Tab Open-Binder Quiz and Book Check

In Class – All Classes

Latin 1 and Latin 1 Honors – Unit X Tab Open Binder Quiz

Book Check

Fri, May 16 – MCAS

In Class

Periods 1-4 in HOMEROOM –> MCAS

Periods 5-7: Report to Regular Classes

Period 6 – Latin 1 HONORS: bring Latin binders and writing utensil to class please

Period 7 – L1 Manus 2: bring Latin binders and writing utensil to class please

L1 May 5 – May 9, 2014

Tentative Latin 1 Agenda for May 5 – May 9

(SLIDES for the week)

Mon, May 5           Secrets of the Parthenon – DAY 5

In Class

AGITE NUNC 5/5: NOTES: Perfect Passive Infinitive –> Answer the following questions using COMPLETE, THOROUGH sentences (i.e., restate the question in the form of your answer):

1) What principal part do we use to find the perfect passive participle (see page 163)?

2) What do we PAIR UP with the perfect passive participle to form the perfect passive infinitive (see page 334)?

3) How do we translate the perfect passive infinitive (see page 334)?

USE GoogleChrome Book Cart to finish up presentations – PRACTICE your presentation!

At Home:

CW 05/05: Form and Translate the perfect passive infinitive for the verbs on page 254 (except for antecedo) and page 260 .

Tues, May 6

In Class

AGITE NUNC: Form and Translate the perfect passive infinitive for the verbs on page 266

CW 05/06 – NOTES: Future Active Infinitive (UNIT X TAB) –> Answer the following questions using COMPLETE, THOROUGH sentences (i.e., restate the question in the form of your answer):

1) What participle do we need to use for the future active infinitive (see page 334)? What do we form that participle (see page 325)?

2) What do we PAIR UP with this participle to form the future active infinitive (see page 334)

At Home:

HW 05/06: ANSWER the questions from the AGITE NUNC/CW 05/06

PRACTICE for your presentations tomorrow

Wed, May 7           Secrets of the Parthenon – PRESENTATIONS

In Class

Presentations! See Description of Activities Here –> http://docs.google.com/document/d/1wNcly_5O-QdnAayPXvBwwCdWJpSmPYZsz4ka9Eq-_d8/edit?usp=sharing

At Home:

HW 05/07:  NOTES: Future Active Infinitive (UNIT X TAB) –> COPY then ANSWER the following questions:

3) How do we translate the future active infinitive (see page 334)?

4) What must this infinitive do since it is formed by using a participle (see page 334)?

Thurs, May 8           Perfect passive and Future active Infinitives

In Class 

CW 05/08: Form and Translate the perfect passive AND future active infinitives for the verbs from pages 289, 294 (except for timeo), and 300

 At Home: STUDY for quiz tomorrow on…

– perf pass and fut act infins (principal parts and definitions will be provided)

– the accomplishments for first 2 scientists from the ones presented in class

(Manus 1: Anaximander, Anaxagoras)

(Manus 2: Eudoxus and Euclid)

(Manus 3: Heron of Alexandria, Hippocrates of Cos)

(Manus 4: Anaximander, Democritus/Bolos)

Fri, May 9           All Infinitives

In Class

QUIZ: Form and Translate the perfect passive and future active infinitives

NOTES: Review – Present Infinitives

CW 05/09: All Infinitives Worksheet A (WKS_AllInfinitives)

Organize Unit X Tab – Using List

 At Home:

HW 05/09: All Infinitives Worksheet B (WKS_AllInfinitivesB)

STUDY formation and translation of all infinitives for quiz on Monday.