The opening lines of Homer's Iliad  --  Creative Commons license, Hour 25 Text Library
The opening lines of Homer's Iliad -- Creative Commons license, Hour 25 Text Library

Honors Latin 5 (Caesar) resources:

-Memrise Link for Caesar's de bello Gallico A Call to Conquest

-Project Arkhaia Caesar tiered readings(tier 2 is the easiest, tier 4 is the original)


OMNES DISCIPULI! OPERA DOMESTICA VOBIS SUNT AGENDA:


HW due Friday, September 22nd:

Alpha & Beta - Study for your chp 34 vocabulary and Present Subjunctive Quiz

Gamma - In the Chp 24 packet, translate the mini-story on p.160 which begins, "Caelo receptus propter...". Watch out for ablatives absolute!

Eta - In your Chp. 24 packet: Translate "Practice & Review" #1, 3, 6, 13, 14

Zeta - Study 1.4 for vocab and text quiz Monday.


HW due Thursday, September 21st:

Alpha & Beta - Translate chapter 34 lines 28-34 (Count the lines carefully, make sure you're doing the right ones!)

Gamma & Eta - In your Chp. 24 packet: Translate "Practice & Review" #1, 3, 6, 13, 14

Zeta - Do through line 8 of "Prepatory Questions" handout AND study 1.4 for vocab and text quiz Monday.



HW due Wednesday, September 20th:

Alpha & Beta - Translate chapter 34 lines 28-34 (Count the lines carefully, make sure you're doing the right ones!)

Gamma - Translate "The Judgement of Paris" lines 10-17

Eta - Read "The Consuls" text (excerpt from Polybius) and take notes on the chart given to you.

Zeta - 1.5.1-7 AND practice your (*) words.


HW due Tuesday, September 19th:

Alpha & Beta - Translate chapter 34 lines 15-19 (SKIP LINES!)

Gamma & Eta - Translate "The Judgement of Paris" lines 10-17

Zeta - 1.4.3-9 AND learn the 1.4 (*) words (p. 38)


HW due Monday, September 18th:

Alpha & Beta - Translate chapter 34 lines 1-6 (SKIP LINES!) AND finish the classwork handout if you didn't in class (Subjunctive and Indicative Mood Recognition handout).
Gamma & Eta - Read and annotate the grammar in Chp 24 packet. Translate "The Judgement of Paris" lines 1-10 (stop at eliget)

Zeta - Study for Synopsis quiz Monday (3rd & 4th)



Extra Synopsis forms if you need them here:

For your own synopsis review, I have keys for the following verbs which you can come in and check on your own (or click the link!):
ago, agere, egi, actus - 3rd pl
rego, regere, rexi, rectus - 3rd sing.
audio, -ire, audivi, auditum - 3rd sing.
duco, ducrere, duxi, ductus - 1st plural
frango, frangere, fregi, fractus - 3rd sing.
dubito, (1) - 2nd sing.
festino (1) - 1st singular
deleo, delere, delevi, deletus (destroy) - 2nd sing.
teneo, tenere, tenui, tentum (hold) - 3rd plural
amo (1) - 2nd pl.
vito (1) - 1st pl.
disco, discere, didici, discitum (learn)- 3rd pl



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Rubrics and resources:
Whitaker's Words - Latin/English dictonary
LIVING LATIN DERIVATIVES - GOOGLE FORM
ETYMOLOGY DICTIONARY

Latin 3/4 Ancient Greek Battles Paper


Ms. Hamm has put together some amazing resources for you already on LiveBinder!


Latin 5 and 3/4 Project Rubrics:

Multimedia Project Rubric:


Capstone Project Rubric:

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LATIN Links:
1. Use this Internet Workbook for the //Oxford Latin Course//
2. Practice your Grammar by Oxford Chapter
3. Infinite is, ea, id practice!
4. Infinite hic, haec, hoc practice!
5. Online NLE Practice App

Link to the Paideia Institute, which offers scholarship/ travel opportunities to Rome over the summer. Check it out!!

http://www.paideiainstitute.org/

Memrise Vocabulary Practice Links:
Log in to your Memrise account then click your chapter:

Yellow Book
Blue Book - Latin 3/4
Chapter 22
Chapter 24
Chapter 25
Chapter 26
Chapter 27
Chapter 30
Irregular Comp. & Superl. Adjectives
Chapter 34
Chapter 35
Chapter 37
Chapter 38
Chapter 39
Chapter 40
Chapter 41
Chapter 43
Latin 3/4 Deponent Verbs


Latin III/IV:

Roman Emperors Project links and resources:


Live Binder Search for Roman Figures
- VERY helpful in starting/continuing your research
- Log in using your DC Library card #, then click on the first tab & search!

List of Emperors- WikiPedia (doesn't count toward one of your sources!)

PBS - The Roman Emperors - Good maps, timeline

Prezi

Watch this space for more resources in the coming weeks!

The Project Overview and Grading Rubric:






Etymology Practice on Memrise
Practice 1
Practice 2

National Etymology Exam





HW due Friday, September 15th:

Alpha & Beta - Answer the following questions in your notebook:
1.) Finish the phrase: "If there's an "A" it's: _, , or ."
2.) In what conjugation does a "A" NOT appear in the present subjunctive?
3.) Conjugate and translate "duco, ducere, duxi, ductum = to lead" in the present subjunctive. (Conjugate means write all the I, You, S/he, We... forms)
4.) Translate carefully! a. moneas b. audiant , c. videt d. videat e. amemus f. dubitet, g. dubitat.

Gamma & Eta - Make and study chp 24 flashcards

Zeta - Study for Synopsis quiz Monday (3rd & 4th)



HW due Thursday, September 14th:

Alpha & Beta - Read and Annotate (for questions, unknown words, interesting points) pp. 25-32 of the packet "The Complete Roman Army."

Gamma - Study: quiz Thursday over one participle (formation and translation), chp 41 vocabulary & Laocoon translation.

Eta (Latin 5) - Make and Study Chp 24 flashcards (from new Wheelock chapter handout)

Zeta - Study: Translation quiz over 1.2 and 1.3.


HW due Wednesday, September 13th:

Alpha & Beta - Read and Annotate (for questions, unknown words, interesting points) pp. 25-32 of the packet "The Complete Roman Army."

Gamma - Study: quiz Thursday over one participle (formation and translation), chp 41 vocabulary & Laocoon translation.

Eta (Latin 5) - Study: Quiz Wednesday over one participle (formation and translation), chp 41 vocabulary & Laocoon translation.

Zeta - Read Intro pp. 8-12 and study (Translation quiz over 1.2 and 1.3 on Thursday).


HW due Tuesday, September 12th:

Alpha & Beta - Study: Oedipus translation quiz tomorrow. (Read over the original Latin several times, checking your English after each)

Gamma - Study: quiz Thursday over one participle (formation and translation), chp 41 vocabulary & Laocoon translation.

Eta (Latin 5) - Read and annotate the rest of "Oligarchy, Tyranny, Democracy" reading (pages 7-13).

Zeta - Translate 1.3.11-18 (Translation quiz over 1.2 and 1.3 Thursday)


HW due Monday, September 11th:

Alpha & Beta - Make and study Chp 34 flashcards.

Gamma & Eta (Latin 5) - Read and annotate the "Oligarchy, Tyranny, Democracy" reading (pages 1-7. Stop before the section titled "The Rise of Tyrants).

Zeta - Translate 1.3.5-10 (AND practice your vocabulary, of course).


HW due Friday, September 8th:

Alpha & Beta - Read and translate (skip lines) lines 34-46 of Oedipus.

Gamma - Finish the translation of "Laocoon speaks out..." story, lines 6-13.

Eta (Latin 5) - (for Friday) - Finish "Laocoon speaks out..." story, lines 6-13.

Zeta - Translate 1.3.5-10


HW due Thursday, September 7th:

Alpha & Beta - Read and translate (skip lines) lines 24-33 of Oedipus AND study for chp 27 vocabulary quiz Thursday.

Gamma - Study for Chp 23 Vocab quiz Thurs.

Eta (Latin 5) - (for Friday) - Finish "Laocoon speaks out..." story, lines 6-13.

Zeta - (1) Translate 1.3.1-5 (stop at confirmare).


HW due Wednesday, September 6th:

Alpha & Beta - Read and translate (skip lines) lines 24-33 of Oedipus AND study for chp 27 vocabulary quiz Thursday.

Gamma - Read and translate (on paper - skip lines) the story: "Laocoon Speaks out Against the Trojan Horse" lines 1-6. It's on p. 152 of your Chp 23 packet. N.B. -
there is helpful vocab on the next page. These also might help you: "aversi" = having been turned away; "duci" (line 5) = to be led; "uterus" = belly; "copias" = troops

Eta (Latin 5) - Study for Chp 23 Vocab quiz Wednesday.

Zeta - (1) Translate 1.2.7-14. (2) Study * words from book 1 chp1 (pp. 24, 26, 28)



HW due Tuesday, September 5th:

Alpha & Beta - Read and translate (skip lines) lines 19-24 of Oedipus.

Eta (Latin 5) & Gamma - Read and translate (on paper - skip lines) the story: "Laocoon Speaks out Against the Trojan Horse" lines 1-6. It's on p. 152 of your Chp 23 packet. N.B. - there is helpful vocab on the next page. These also might help you: "aversi" = having been turned away; "duci" (line 5) = to be led; "uterus" = belly; "copias" = troops

Zeta - (1) Translate 1.2.1-6. (2) Learn/study the * words from pp. 30 & 32. AND (3) finish the Rogata Lectioni (Reading questions) that we started in class.



HW due Friday, September 1st:

Alpha & Beta - Study, we will have a quiz Friday over is, ea, id. (Singular and Plural). It is here if you don't have it in your notes (ignore the forms in parentheses)

Gamma - Study, we will have a quiz Friday over the 4th and 5th Declension (with macrons)

Zeta - (1) Translate 1.2.1-6. (2) Learn/study the * words from pp. 31 & 33. AND (3) finish the Rogata Lectioni (Reading questions) that we started in class.

Eta (Latin 5) - Study, we will have a quiz Friday over the 4th and 5th Declension (with macrons)


HW due Thursday, August 31st:

Alpha & Beta - Read and translate Oedipus lines 11-18 (SKIP LINES in your notebook!). Also, we will have a quiz Friday over is, ea, id.

Gamma - Make chapter 41 flashcards and start studying them. Also, read The Adventures of Io for comprehension at least twice. Look up and annotate unknown words / phrases.

Zeta - Synopsis Quiz Thursday - a 1st or 2nd Conjugation verb

Eta (due Friday) - Study, we will have a quiz Friday over the 4th and 5th Declension (with macrons)


HW due Wednesday, August 30th:

Alpha & Beta - Read and translate Oedipus lines 11-18 (SKIP LINES in your notebook!). Also, we will have a quiz Friday over is, ea, id.

Gamma - Make chapter 23 flashcards and start studying them. Also, read and annotate the grammar of chp. 23 packet.

Zeta - Translate 1.1.12-18 (Book 1 Chp 1 lines 12-18) (Synopsis Quiz Thursday - a 1st or 2nd Conjugation verb)

Eta (Latin 5) - Make and study chp. 41 flashcards (from the list I gave you today). Also, read The Adventures of Io for comprehension at least twice. Look up and annotate unknown words / phrases.


HW due Tuesday, August 29th:

Alpha & Beta - Read and translate Oedipus through line 10 (SKIP LINES in your notebook!).

Gamma - Make chapter 23 flashcards and start studying them. Also, read and annotate the grammar of chp. 23 packet.

Zeta - Translate 1.1.5-11 (Book 1 Chp 1 lines 5-11) (Synopsis Quiz Thursday - a 1st or 2nd Conjugation verb)

Eta (Latin 5) - Read and annotate the grammar of chp. 23 packet, continue to study is, ea, id.



HW due Monday, August 28th:

Alpha & Beta - Make and study Chp. 27 flashcards (from handout)

Gamma - Read "The Tragic Story of Phaethon" at least twice for understanding, then pick a verb and transform it into two different tenses of your choice (keep the person & number the same).

Zeta - Read p. 1-8 (Introduction) & Study the * words on pp. 26 & 26. If you like, here is memrise page for your book: A Call to Conquest (I will always leave it posted at the top of this page as well)

Eta (Latin 5) - Make and study your Chapter 23 Flashcards from the Wheelock chapter packet & Study is, ea, id (write it until you know it)








HW due Friday, August 25th:

Alpha & Beta - Study the forms of is, ea, id (your book, p. 196) write them at least twice in your notes.

Gamma & Eta - Read "The Tragic Story of Phaethon" at least twice for understanding, then pick a verb and transform it into two different tenses of your choice (keep the person & number the same).

Zeta - Study for declension endings quiz tomorrow (back of your book has the endings).


HW due Thursday, August 24th:

All sections - Read over syllabus and have parent / guardian sign the last page. Return that page for credit. Begin gathering school supplies (especially notecards) if you don't have them.

Zeta - (Caesar) - In addition to the above, begin studying for Friday's declension endings quiz.



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