Latin 1B: Memrise Course
AP Latin Vergil Memrise Course
AP Latin Caesar Memrise Course
AP Latin YouTube man
AP Latin Hexameter Scanning
AP Latin: Project Arkhaia (Tiered Translation)
AP Latin: Aeneid.co
For anyone: Whitaker's Words

due Friday, September 22, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 1-3 of the Ch. 4 packet.

AP Latin: translate to 1.141 and prep to 1.152 (due Monday, really).

Honors Humanities: revise your QID (if you got a 2/3 or lower); write about whether progress was made in today's seminar (if you got above a 2/3).

Greek I: translate "ho doulos" on p. 22 and do #3-4 from ex. 2 eta.

due Thursday, September 21, 2017
Latin 1B: complete ch. 4 vocab sheet. Email me if you need a copy.

AP Latin:

Honors Humanities: prepare for seminar by writing. Email me if you need a copy.

Greek I: prepare for quiz

due Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Latin 1B: see below

AP Latin: translate to 1.119 and prep to 1.143

Honors Humanities: see below

Greek I: complete ex. 2 zeta, #1-3

due Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Latin 1B: complete corrections on your Ch.3 packet

AP Latin: prep to 1.127, translate to 1.116

Honors Humanities: complete Apology Quotation ID

Greek I: complete exercise 2 delta and epsilon

due Monday, September 18, 2017
Latin 1B: complete Practice Quiz

AP Latin: translate to 1.107, prep to 1.117

Honors Humanities: complete Apology, 7

Greek I: see below

due Friday, September 15, 2017
Latin 1B: none! The quiz will be Monday, not tomorrow.

AP Latin: owsee assignment bel

Honors Humanities: complete Apology, 6

Greek I: make flash cards for 2 beta vocabulary and translate first 9 lines of the story.

due Thursday, September 14, 2017
Latin 1B: make a video of the conversation you were given today, and send it to me (bclausen@latinpcs.org).

AP Latin: translate to 1.101, prep 1.109

Honors Humanities: complete Apology, 5

Greek I: complete ex. 2 gamma

due Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 9 of ch. 3 packet

AP Latin: translate to 1.78, prep to 1.101

Honors Humanities: see below

Greek I: complete ex. 2 beta

due Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 9 of Ch. 3 packet.

AP Latin: translate to 1.72, prep to 1.86

Honors Humanities: re-write an old assignment or work on college things or look at the sky

Greek I: complete ex. 2 alpha on p. 14

due Monday, September 11, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 5-8 of Ch. 3 packet

AP Latin: prep to 1.74, translate to 1.64

Honors Humanities: complete Apology, 4

Greek I: see assignment below

due Friday, September 8, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 3-4 of ch. 3 packet.

AP Latin: see yesterday's assignment

Honors Humanities: complete Apology 3. Email me if you need a copy.

Greek I: make flashcards for 2 alpha vocab and translate the 2 alpha story.

due Thursday, September 7, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p.1-2 of Ch. 3 packet.

AP Latin: translate to 1.57; prep to 1.64

Honors Humanities: complete Apology, 2

Greek I: complete exercise 2 alpha; translate and write one sentence about "Classical Greek" sentence on top of p. 11.

due Wednesday, September 6, 2017
Latin 1B: complete the rest of ch. 2 packet

AP Latin: prep to 1.57; translate to 1.37

Honors Humanities: see previous assignment

Greek I: complete exercise 1 gamma at the bottom of p. 10.

due Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Latin 1B: complete the rest of the Ch. 2 packet.

AP Latin: prep to 1.41; translate to 1.28

Honors Humanities: complete Apology, start

Greek I: see yesterday

due Friday, September 1, 2017
Latin 1B: complete prep for quiz in preparation for tomorrow's quiz

AP Latin: see yesterday.

Honors Humanities: write a page-long musing on or response to any discussion we have had in Humanities thus far.

Greek I: write out a translation of the story you copied in Greek yesterday.

due Thursday, August 31, 2017
Latin 1B: complete pages 1-2 of the Ch. 2 packet.

AP Latin: translate to 1.24; prep to 1.33

Honors Humanities: complete Dialectic

Greek I: make flashcards for 1 beta vocabulary and complete exercise 1 beta.

due Wednesday, August 30, 2017
Latin 1B: see yesterday

AP Latin: prep to 1.26; translate to 1.14

Honors Humanities: see yesterday

Greek I: prepare for vocab quiz

due Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Latin 1B: complete Cases

AP Latin: translate 1.8. Make sure your Moleskine looks lovely!

Honors Humanities: complete Meanings of Philosophy

Greek I: complete exercise 1 alpha

due Monday, August 28, 2017
Latin 1B: make video or Latin dialogue and send it to me.

AP Latin: translate 1.1-7, prep to 1.15.

Honors Humanities: complete Examine

Greek I: write out the Greek and translate the story from Ch. 1.

due Friday, August 25, 2017
Latin 1B: make video or Latin dialogue and send it to me.

AP Latin: prep I.1-11

Honors Humanities: prepare for test

Greek I: make flashcards for Ch. 1a

due Thursday, August 24, 2017
Latin 1B: complete this preparation for tomorrow's quiz! And get syllabus signed!

AP Latin: complete this translation work

Honors Humanities: complete Unexamined Life writing

Greek I: prepare for alphabet quiz!

due Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Latin 1B: make progress towards doing well on the final. This can take the form of: completing the grammar sheet from today, completing verb maps, declining nouns, completing speed sheets, writing out derivatives and phrases, completing Ch. 15 translations.

due Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Latin 1B: do something to prepare yourself for the final (something that you can show me on Tuesday). Options include: verb maps, speed sheets, writing out vocabulary, derivatives, or phrases, Memrise. Email me if you need more ideas.

AP Latin: know your passage!

Honors Humanities: work on the final. Links below. Send me drafts.

Greek I: do something to prepare yourself for the final (something that you can show me on Tuesday).

due Thursday, May 25, 2017
Latin 1B: complete a "possum, posse, potui: to be able" or "sum, esse, fui: to be" verb map; and copy your derivatives and phrases into the study guide.

AP Latin: know 9 of your lines.

Honors Humanities: start preparing your Dialectic and Q.I.D.s

Greek I: prepare your recitation and a few thoughts about why you like the passage

due Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Latin 1B: complete a verb map, fill in derivatives and phrases on the study guide, and look over vocabulary list.

AP Latin: know 8 of your lines

Honors Humanities: start preparing for the The Final Exam

Greek I: complete another verb map, decline two nouns, and be on time.

due Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Latin 1B: complete another verb map and look over the vocabulary list

AP Latin: know 7 of your lines

Honors Humanities: complete Beginning of Final Exam Review!

Greek I: complete a verb map and decline the four nouns.

due Monday, March 22, 2017
Latin 1B: complete ex. 15.2 and 15.4 on p. 141 of the textbook.

AP Latin: know 6 lines of your recitation

Honors Humanities: annotated bibliography due on Monday!

Greek I: know 8 of your lines and read the Thucydides handout (quiz on Monday!)

due Friday, March 19, 2017
Latin 1B: complete Cincinnatus grammar

AP Latin: know 4 lines of your recitation

Honors Humanities: Your annotated bibliography is due on Monday. For each of your (at least) four sources, you should write 3 sentences: one summarizing the text, one stating why it is a good source for your topic, and one articulating how you used the source in your presentation. This is a good (but not great) example from last year:

Greek I: know 8 lines of your recitation!

due Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Latin 1B: write (in Latin) and answer (in Latin) ten questions about the Cincinnatus story on p.95-96.

AP Latin: memorize 4 of your lines by Friday.

Honors Humanities: work on your project

Greek I: see below

due Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Latin 1B: make a list of all of the Ch. 15 words, their definitions, and mnemonics; also, correct your speed sheet with all of the endings.

AP Latin: pick your 10 lines and write them out/print them out/send them to me

Honors Humanities: work on your project

Greek I: complete 10 eta

due Monday, May 15, 2017
Latin 1B: translate p. 82-83 story "Psyche Maritum Perdit"

AP Latin: none!

Honors Humanities: work on your presentation

Greek I: translate first paragraph of story from worksheet, know 7 lines of your "Iliad" recitation

due Friday, May 12, 2017
Latin 1B: conjugate and translate any four verbs in the pluperfect tense and finish the Theseus story.

AP Latin: prepare!

Honors Humanities: work on your presentation.

Greek I: complete the first paragraph of the story on the worksheet from today.

due Thursday, May 11, 2017
Latin 1B: conjugate and translate any four verbs in the pluperfect tense and finish the Theseus story.

AP Latin: ch. 40 of grammar packet, work through Vergil passages, Memrise.

Honors Humanities: have 20 note cards by Thursday
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Greek I: know your six lines (to be recited to Mr. Clausen) and complete the verb worksheet (front and back)

due Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Latin 1B: translate two pages of Theseus

AP Latin: ch. 40 of grammar packet. Work through Vergil passages. Memrise.

Honors Humanities: have 20 note cards by Thursday

Greek I: see below

due Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Latin 1B: prepare for quiz

AP Latin: ch. 38-39 of grammar packet; Memrise; read English of your Moleskine

Honors Humanities: make progress on your project.

Greek I: read "Festivals" at the end of 10 alpha and write down one thought about it; also, do 10 beta vocabulary cards

due Monday, May 8, 2017
Latin 1B: translate the rest (up to line 31) of the chapter 13 story.

AP Latin: ch. 36-37 of grammar packet, make notes on characters on character list, re-read Book I of "Aeneid" in your Moleskine.

Honors Humanities: have two sources and 10 note cards by Monday.

Greek I: be ready to recite 6 lines in meter!

due Friday, May 5, 2017
Latin 1B: translate lines 1-14 of p. 81

AP Latin: ch. 34-35 of grammar packet and read spark notes of Caesar Books VI and VII

Honors Humanities: make progress on your project. Info and deadlines below.

Greek I: conjugate and translate three of the verbs with deponent futures

due Thursday, May 4, 2017
Latin 1B: translate lines 1-14 of p 81

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: make progress on your project. Deadlines here

Greek I: write as many English words as you can underneath their corresponding Greek words (from your passage).

due Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Latin 1B: translate p. 6 of "Theseus II"

AP Latin: Caesar VI.16-20 googledoc and grammar chapters 32-33

Honors Humanities: write down your question(s), your initial thoughts about your question, and the author you will connect to your question.

Greek I: see below

due Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Latin 1B: translate p. 5 of "Theseus II"

AP Latin: ch. 30-31 grammar packet and Caesar V.13-15

Honors Humanities: by Wednesday, write down your presentation question, the author from this year that you'll include, and one paragraph of your thoughts.

Greek I: complete exercise 10 delta (and know 6 scanned lines of Homer)

due Monday, May 1, 2017
Latin 1B: p. 3-4 of "Theseus II"

AP Latin: Caesar V.44-48; grammar packet 28-30

Honors Humanities: read "Myth of Sisyphus," text here

Greek I: memorize first 4 lines scanned.

due Friday, April 28, 2017
Latin 1B: p. 3-4 of Theseus II

AP Latin: Caesar V.39-43; grammar packet 27-28

Honors Humanities: prepare for test

Greek I:translate first 14 lines of 10 alpah

due Thursday, April 27, 2016
Latin 1B: complete p.3-4 of "Theseus II"

AP Latin: grammar packet 25-26; Caesar V.32-38

Honors Humanities: prepare for Tolstoy assessment

Greek I: 10alpha vocabulary; memorize first two lines in meter

due Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p.3-4 of "Theseus II"

AP Latin: grammar packet ch. 25-26; Caesar V.32-28

Honors Humanities: none! Work on your QID prep for Thursday/Friday

Greek I: see below.

due Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Latin 1B: complete 4,000 Memrise points or write out all ch. 13 vocab words and their definitions two times.

AP Latin: Caesar doc V.28-31; Ch. 24 of grammar packet

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 11

Greek I: translate Odysseus story on p. 50.

due Monday, April 24, 2017
Latin 1B: translate next Theseus story

AP Latin: see email

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 10 and start thinking about Tolstoy assessment

Greek I: complete 9 eta

due Friday, April 21, 2017
Latin 1B: complete 4th declension worksheet

AP Latin: put Caesar questions from IV.23-36 and V.24 in the doc; complete ch. 19-20 of grammar packet.

Honors Humanities: Alpha: complete Tolstoy 9 (link below); Gamma: complete Tolstoy, 10

Greek I: complete 9 epsilon

due Thursday, April 20, 2017
Latin 1B: coming to you in person tomorrow!

AP Latin: ch. 17, 18, 21 from grammar packet; Caesar IV.27-32 in doc

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 9

Greek I: complete 9 zeta #1-5

due Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Latin 1B: complete Theseus story translation

AP Latin: ch. 17, 18, 21 from grammar packet; Caesar IV.27-32 in doc

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 8

Greek I: see below

due Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Latin 1B: complete Theseus story.

AP Latin: complete grammar ch. 13-16 and fill in Googledoc for IV.24-26 after reading over those sections of Caesar.

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 7

Greek I: complete 9 beta story translation.

due Thursday, April 13, 2017
Latin 1B: complete Theseus story

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: Alpha: none; Gamma: complete Tolstoy, 6

Greek I: 9 beta vocabulary words

due Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Latin 1B: complete the Theseus story

AP Latin: see email for Books X and XII; complete chapters 9-10 in grammar packet

Honors Humanities: Alpha: complete Tolstoy, 6 Gamma: none

Greek I: see below

due Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Latin 1B: complete Ch. 13b vocab

AP Latin: prepare for Book IV-VI Test!

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 5

Greek I: prepare for Wednesday's quiz on participles, 9 alpha vocab, polis derivatives, and the first two lines of your recitation.

due Monday, April 10, 2017
Latin 1B: prepare for quiz on Monday on future tense and ch. 13a vocabulary!

AP Latin: complete ch. 8 grammar and pick two 5-line excerpts from the rest of Book 6 to translate.

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 4

Greek I: complete 9 delta, #1-5 (quiz on Wednesday!)

due Friday, April 7, 2017
Latin 1B: see below.

AP Latin: complete chapters 5-7 of the grammar packet; review 4.685-705; 6.295-332; 384-414 and translate two passages.

Honors Humanities: Alpha: complete Tolstoy 3; Gamma: Tolstoy, 4:

Greek I: read "The City of Athens" on p. 139-140 - write down three facts and two questions you have. Quiz Wednesday on participles!

due Thursday, April 6, 2017
Latin 1B: conjugate and translate any two 3rd or 4th conjugation verbs in the future tense and translate 8 lines of "Alanna."

AP Latin: see below and complete chapters 3 and 4 of the grammar packet.

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 3

Greek I: complete present active participle worksheet.

due Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Latin 1B: conjugate and translate "vivo, -ere: to live" and "colo, -ere: to worship" in the future tense; translate 6 more lines of "Alanna"

AP Latin: select and translate two 5-line passages from 4.295-361, 659-685

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 2

Greek I: make 9 alpha flash cards and decide on your 10 "Iliad" lines

due Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Latin 1B: complete 13a vocabulary

AP Latin: select and translate two 5-line passages from 4.160-219 and 239-295

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 1

Greek I: make 9 alpha flash cards and decide on your 10 "Iliad" lines

due Thursday, March 23, 2017
Latin 1B: enjoy spring break!

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: prepare for in-class recitation

Greek I: complete 8 eta

due Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Latin 1B: prepare for quiz on verb synopses and aim to have completed 3 pages of "Alanna" before spring break.

AP Latin: prep to 6.899; translate to 6.892

Honors Humanities: prepare for recitations

Greek I: see below

due Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Latin 1B: translate 10 more lines of "Alanna"

AP Latin: translate 6.867-6.874 and prep to 6.896

Honors Humanities: Gamma: 130 words; Alpha: all of your passage

Greek I: complete 8 zeta and eta from worksheet.

due Monday, March 20, 2017
Latin 1B: translate another 1/2 page of "Alanna"

AP Latin: prep to 6.877; translate to 6.865

Honors Humanities: get up to 130 words for your recitation and finish reading "The Myth of Sisyphus"

Greek I: read the rest of "Iliad" XXII and write a paragraph about something striking from a "similar/different" perspective

due Friday, March 17, 2017
Latin 1B: complete the five verb synopses I gave you in class.

AP Latin: translate to 6.854, prep to 6.866

Honors Humanities: Gamma: get to 130 words! Alpha: get to 90 words

Greek I: finish translating the 8 beta story from the textbook (the last paragraph)

due Thursday, March 16, 2017
Latin 1B: complete the 5 verb synopses I gave you in class

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: be ready to write down 85 (Gamma) or 90 (Alpha) words of your recitation.

Greek I: see below.

due Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Latin 1B: pick 10 of the questions you have gotten on previous NLEs. For each of the 10, write out the question, your wrong original answer, and what you now believe to be the answer.

AP Latin: translate up to 6.476; prep to 6.866

Honors Humanities: get up to 65 words for your recitation

Greek I: complete #1-5 from 8 epsilon (p. 127)

due Monday, March 13, 2017
Latin 1B: complete 2012 NLE and do practice on quiz.nle.org

AP Latin: read p. 198-210 in Fagles, prep 6.847-853; translate up to 6.471

Honors Humanities: come in on Monday ready to write out 50 words

Greek I: complete 8 delta

due Friday, March 10, 2017
Latin 1B: complete entire 2013 NLE (and do practice on quiz.nle.org, if you have time).

AP Latin: translate to 6.465; prep to 6.476

Honors Humanities: Alpha: be ready to write down the first 15 words of your recitation

Greek I: translate to line 23 on p. 123

due Thursday, March 9, 2017
Latin 1B: complete entire 2013 NLE (and do practice on quiz.nle.org, if you have time).

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: memorize first 15 words of your passage (there will be a quiz!)

Greek I: translate first 10 lines of 8 beta story.

due Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Latin 1B: complete NLE Research

AP Latin: prep to 6.466 and translate to 6.455.

Honors Humanities: pick and write out or photocopy the 150-200 words for your recitation.

Greek I: make flash cards for 8 beta vocab and write a rhyme/poem to help you remember the 9 stages of Athenian history explained at the end of 8 alpha

due Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Latin 1B: complete #1-18 of the 2014 NLE and make flashcards for 12 b

AP Latin: prep to 6.425; and then 450-464; translate up to 6. 408

Honors Humanities: read and annotate the paragraph about the paper-cutter and write one sentence (in response, in question, in thought, etc.)

Greek I: make flash cards for 8 beta vocab and write a rhyme/poem to help you remember the 9 stages of Athenian history explained at the end of 8 alpha

due Monday, March 6, 2017
Latin 1B: complete 2014 National Greek Exam

AP Latin: translate to 6.398; prep to 6.414

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle QID

Greek I: complete 8 gamma (p. 116)

due Thursday, March 2, 2017
Latin 1B: complete 2015 National Latin Exam.

AP Latin: translate to 6.390; prep to 6.402

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, II.7

Greek I: complete 2013 NGE

due Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Latin 1B: study for 3rd principal part quiz. Practice here

AP Latin: translate to 6.321; prep to 6.397

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, II.6

Greek I: complete 2014 NGE and study your 20 vocabulary words

due Monday, February 27, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p.4 of packet and prepare to turn it in.

AP Latin: translate to 6.310; prep to 6.321

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle 2.4

Greek I: complete 2015 NGE; make flashcards for 20 of the words from the Vocabulary packet.

due Friday, February 24, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 3 of the packet.

AP Latin: prep to 6.314; translate to 6.300.

Honors Humanities: : Alpha - complete Aristotle II.2; Gamma - complete Aristotle II.4

Greek I: complete National Greek Exam.

due Thursday, February 23, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p.3 of the packet.

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, II.2

Greek I: complete worksheet on middle participles

due Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 2 of the packet

AP Latin: read p. 182-192 of Fagles; translate through the end of Book 4; prep 6.295-304

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 2.1

Greek I: complete exercise 8 beta

due Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Latin 1B: complete Ch. 12a vocab and first page of packet. Email me if you need a copy.

AP Latin: prep to 4.705; translate to 4.679

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 1.8

Greek I: complete exercise 8 beta

due Friday, February 17, 2017
Latin 1B: see below.

AP Latin: prep to 4. 681; translate to 4.668

Honors Humanities: Alpha: see email; Gamma: Aristotle, 1.8

Greek I: 8 alpha flashcards; first 8 lines of 8 alpha story translated

due Thursday, February 16, 2017
Latin 1B: complete this in preparation for quiz Friday

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: read and annotate the text and notes for Book I, Chapter 7 of Aristotle's "Ethics."

Greek I: complete 7 theta #2,3,5 on p.111.

due Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Latin 1B: complete this in preparation for quiz Friday.

AP Latin: prep 4.659-670; read to p. 150 of Fagles

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 7a

Greek I:: translate Theseus story at the end of chapter 7 beta.

due Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Latin 1B: complete Dative worksheet

AP Latin: translate to 4.346; prep to 4.361; bring in Fagles.

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 6

Greek I: translate Theseus story at the end of chapter 7 beta

due Monday, February 13, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 4 of packet

AP Latin: translate to 4.346; prep to 4.361

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 6

Greek I: translate Thesus story at the end of chapter 7 beta

due Friday, February 10, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 3 of packet.

AP Latin: translate to 4.336; prep to 4.350

Honors Humanities: Alpha: see below; Gamma: complete Aristotle, 6

Greek I: complete 7 zeta (p. 109)

due Thursday, February 9, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 3 of packet.

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: Alpha: complete Aristotle, 1.5 Gamma: complete Aristotle, 1.4

Greek I: translate 7 beta story, lines 25-36

due Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 2 (front and back) of packet and CH. 11 vocab

AP Latin: translate to 4.326; prep to 4.336

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 2

Greek I: prepare for quiz

due Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Latin 1B: finish practice quiz and prepare for tomorrow' quiz.

AP Latin: prep to 4.326; prep to 4.304

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 1. If you don't have a text, use this

Greek I: prepare for quiz on 7alpha vocab, pathos derivs, 3rd declension, translation, and composition

due Monday, February 6, 2017
Latin 1B: complete page 1 of packet

AP Latin: translate to 4.295; prep to 4.313

Honors Humanities: beauty paper!

Greek I: translate to line 16 of 7beta story and finish composition.

due Friday, February 3, 2017
Latin 1B: complete this and turn in entire Ch. 11 packet.

AP Latin: prep to 4.299 and translate to 4. 287

Honors Humanities: work on your paper.

Greek I: make flashcards for 7 beta vocab.

due Thursday, February 2, 2017
Latin 1B: complete this and turn in entire Ch. 11 packet.

AP Latin: translate to 4.276, prep to 4.287

Honors Humanities: work on paper

Greek I: complete 7 delta #6-12 (from textbook

due Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Latin 1B: complete page 4 of the Aeneas packet.

AP Latin: translate up to 4.276

Honors Humanities: come with warm stuff and a pen for field trip

Greek I: complete 7 gamma worksheet

due Monday, January 30, 2017
Latin 1B: complete page 3 of packet

AP Latin: translate to 4.267, prep to 4.278

Honors Humanities: start thinking about paper due Monday, February 6

Greek I: complete worksheet, 7 alpha and beta

due Friday, January 27, 2017
Latin 1B: complete first two pages of the Ch. 11 packet.

AP Latin: translate to 4.264; prep to 4.278

Honors Humanities: complete 3 reflections by Friday

Greek I: read and complete "Iliad" reading

due Thursday, January 26, 2017
Latin 1B: complete the first two pages of the Ch. 11 packet (look at Ch. 11 in your books for words you don't know).

AP Latin: read lines 4.219-258 in English; translate to 4.218; prep to 4.270

Honors Humanities: complete 3 reflections by Friday.

Greek I: complete exercise 7 beta.

due Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Latin 1B: prepare yourself for tomorrow's quiz

AP Latin: prep 4.206-218 and 4.259-270. Translate up to 4.205

Honors Humanities: complete 3 reflections on this week's presentations (by Friday)

Greek I: make 7 alpha flashcards and translate lines 1-6 7 alpha story.

due Monday, January 23, 2017
Latin 1B: complete your "slang" translation of p. 63's story/play.

AP Latin: prep to 4.205, translate to 4.196

Honors Humanities: write a reflection on something from the speech of Aristophanes from "Symposium." Incorporate something from outside of "Symposium" too (refer to or discuss something from class or one of the other beauty readings or something else we've read this year). One possibility would be to look at the "love is the desire and pursuit of wholeness" quotation.

Greek I: translate Theseus-Ariadne story on p. 91.

due Thursday, January 19, 2017
Latin 1B: complete the rest of the Ch. 10 packet

AP Latin: prep to 4.202, translate to 4.188

Honors Humanities: Alpha: think for 30 minutes; Gamma: coming soon

Greek I: complete 6 nu

due Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p. 4 (front and back) of the Ch. 10 packet

AP Latin: prep to 4.192, translate to 4.180

Honors Humanities: complete Ms. Smith's assignment

Greek I: read about the dative case on p. 88 and complete 6 lambda.

due Saturday, January 14, 2017
Latin 1B: complete p.2-3 of the packet.

AP Latin: translate to 4.173, prep to 4.183

Honors Humanities: Ms. Smith's assignment is due Wednesday.

Greek I: 6 alpha vocab and exercise 6 iota

due Friday, January 13, 2017
Latin 1B: complete page 1 (front and back) of Ch. 10 packet

AP Latin: translate to 4.160-165; prep to 4.174

Honors Humanities: none

Greek I: prepare for quiz

due Thursday, January 12, 2017
Latin 1B: complete page 1 (front and back) of Ch. 10 packet

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: none!

Greek I: translate lines 1-17 of 6 beta story

due Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Latin 1B: complete 10 alpha vocab

AP Latin: read and annotate p.127-133; prep 4.160-172

Honors Humanities: finish reading and annotating Artists and write a response to something from class or the text

Greek I: complete 6 eta.

due Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Latin 1B: prepare for quiz on Neuter nouns

AP Latin: prepare for Book II test

Honors Humanities: complete Artist, 1

Greek I: complete 6 eta.

due Monday, January 9, 2017
Latin 1B: finish the "Casus Troiae" packet and begin studying for Tuesday's test.

AP Latin: do as much as possible of packet in preparation for Tuesday's test.

Honors Humanities: complete Beauty in an Object

Greek I: finish translating the 6 alpha story.

due Friday, January 6, 2017
Latin 1B: complete 2nd page of packet (front and back) and decline two more neuter nouns (from verbum, saxum, periculum, caelum)

AP Latin: write an essay answering the question I emailed to you.

Honors Humanities: complete Subjective/Objective Beauty

Greek I: complete worksheet, identify three qualities of each Hector and Patroclus (as well as the textual support), and identify one line you really like.

due Thursday, January 5, 2017
Latin 1B: complete 1st page (front and back!) of the "Casus Troiae" packet and decline any two of the following neuter nouns (verbum, saxum, periculum, caelum)

AP Latin: complete Test prep, 2

Honors Humanities: none!

Greek I: translate up to line 17 of the 6 alpha class

due Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Latin 1B: complete neuter, 1

AP Latin: complete Book II test prep, 1

Honors Humanities: complete Beauty, 1

Greek I: conjugate and translate boulomai, dekomai, and gignomai and make flashcards for 6 alpha verbs

due Friday, December 16, 2016
Latin 1B: complete "Mors Hectoris" packet.

AP Latin: work on Poetry project due Tuesday

Honors Humanities: work on project due Tuesday

Greek I: prepare for Monday's test on Ch. 1-5 vocabulary

due Thursday, December 15, 2016
Latin 1B: prepare for Friday's quiz

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: begin working on project due Tuesday

Greek I: translate rest of story on p. 70 and answer questions below the text.

due Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Dative #2

AP Latin: translate to 2.620 and bring in Fagles.

Honors Humanities: begin working on project due next Tuesday.

Greek I: see below

due Tuesday, December 13, 2016
Latin 1B: complete pages 3 and 4 of the packet.

AP Latin: translate to 2.594 and prep to 2.616

Honors Humanities: complete Line, 1

Greek I: start preparing for Monday's vocab test and Friday's pronoun quiz.

due Monday, December 12, 2016
Latin 1B: complete 9a vocab and the first two pages of the translation packet,

AP Latin: prep to 2.600, translate to 2.586

Honors Humanities: answer either question: 1) what difference does it make to believe in Plato's theory of reality (2 worlds exists - one is made up of visible, changing, particular objects; the other of invisible, unchanging, universal Forms and concepts. OR 2) Does Plato's view appeal to you (do you like it at an emotional level)? And do you agree with Plato's view (do you think it makes sense)?

Greek I: complete 5 eta and read the Hector-Patrolcus packet.

due Thursday, December 8, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Ch. 9a vocab and the first two pages of the translation packet.

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: Alpha - "Plato believes that there are 2 worlds: one of physical, changing, particular objects; and one of immaterial, unchanging, universal Forms." What difference do you think such a belief makes?

Greek I: finish translation of 5 beta story.

due Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Latin 1B: prepare for quiz.

AP Latin: prep to 2.587; translate to 2.577

Honors Humanities: Alpha: complete Sun, 1; Gamma: see Alpha's assignment from yesterday.

Greek I: see below.

due Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Latin 1B: complete preposition worksheet

AP Latin: prep 2.559-576; translate 2.290-297

Honors Humanities: Alpha: make a detailed tenor-vehicle-aspect chart based on p. 101-103, trying to sort out what Plato is saying with his allegory. Then, write a sentence that completes the statement "Plato believes that a person is enlightened when she realizes that _"
Gamma: see below

Greek I: translate lines 11-20 of 5 beta story.

due Monday, December 5, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Ch. 8 Tier I packet

AP Latin: read p. 65-94 of Fagles; translate to 2.290; prep to 2.297

Honors Humanities: complete Cave, 3

Greek I: read p. 64-67 and complete 5 zeta, #1-10

Greek II: none

due Thursday, December 1, 2016
Latin 1B: complete the entire Ch.8 translation

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities Alpha: Cave, 3 Gamma: Cave, 2

Greek I: read article and come in with two questions to ask Mr. Manville

Greek II: read article and come in with two questions to ask Mr. Manville.

due Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Latin 1B: complete 8b vocab

AP Latin: translate to 2.280; prep to 2.290

Honors Humanities: Alpha Cave, 2 Gamma: : Cave, 1

Greek I: see below

Greek II: see below

due Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Latin 1B: correct circled mistakes on Tiered Ch. 7 packet.

AP Latin: prep 2.268-280 (or 286!) and bring in Fagles!

Honors Humanities: Alpha: Cave, 1

Greek I: finish reading and annotating "Funeral Oration" and write down 5 big pieces of Athenian thinking or government.

Greek II: same as above.

due Monday, November 21, 2016
Latin 1B - make a list of definitions and mnemonics for all of the Ch. 8 (p. 50) verbs and prepositions.

AP Latin - none!

Honors Humanities - work on your project!

Greek I - read and take a few notes on "Gods and Men" at the end of chapter 5 alpha and make flashcards for 5 beta

Greek II - none!

due Friday, November 18, 2016
Latin 1B: prepare for Friday's quiz

AP Latin translate to 2.224, prep to 2.233

Honors Humanities work on project (due Tuesday)

Greek I paraphrase your section and read and annotate up to "ah, but now"

Greek II complete 13 delta

due Thursday, November 17, 2016
Latin 1B: prepare for Friday's quiz

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: work on project/prepare for seminar

Greek I: complete #1-3 of 5 delta

Greek II conjugate 3 verbs and complete #3-5 of 12 gamma:

due Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Tier III and first page of Tier IV (the section with the big box at the bottom of the page).

AP Latin: prep to 2.224 and translate to 2.215

Honors Humanities: Alpha: complete Kravinsky seminar prep; Gamma: begin work on Kravinsky project.

Greek I: see below.

Greek II: see below.

due Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Latin 1B: complete genitives, 2

AP Latin: read p. 76-81 of Fagles; prep lines 2.201-215.

Honors Humanities: write about the idea of "moral lenses" (utilitarianism and romanticism, specifically, or simply in general). Answer any of the following questions: Can one choose a moral lens without already appealing to the principles of the lens one is adopting? Can one use multiple moral lenses at the same time? Is it possible not to have a moral lens? How does one pick a moral lens? Can Kravinksy be both utilitarian and romantic at this point in the text?

Greek I: complete ch. 5 worksheet

Greek II: complete ch. 13 worksheet.

due Monday, November 14, 2016
Latin 1B: complete genitive worksheet and read and write thoughts about Homer Email me if you need either one.

AP Latin: read p. 74-75 in Fagles and prep 2.40-56

Honors Humanities: complete Gift, 5 -

Greek I: chapter 5a vocal and translate 1st paragraph of story

Greek II: chapter 13a vocab and translate story

due Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Latin 1B: write 10 sentences in English that include "able to/can" statements. Then, write the "able to/can _" part in Latin.

AP Latin: prepare for short answer and essay on Thursday.

Honors Humanities: Alpha: complete Gift, 4; Gamma: write about whether you find yourself siding with utilitarians, romantics, or something else

Greek I: prepare for test.

Greek II: prepare for test.

due Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Possum worksheet

AP Latin: prepare for translation/multiple choice section on tomorrow's test

Honors Humanities: Alpha: write about whether you find yourself siding with utilitarians, romantics, or something else; Gamma: see below

Greek I: prepare for Thursday's test

Greek II: prepare for Wednesday, test

due Monday, November 7, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Ch. 7(2) vocab

AP Latin: pick 3 passages from the rest of Book I

Honors Humanities: complete Gift, 3

Greek I: complete p. 51 translation

Greek II prepare yourself for Wednesday's test

due Friday, November 4, 2016
Latin 1B: see below

AP Latin: pick 3 passages up to line 209

Honors Humanities: Alpha: see below. Gamma: Gift, 3

Greek I: read both p. 53 excerpts and write a few sentences about them.

Greek II: composition to come

due Thursday, November 3, 2016
Latin 1B: prepare for Friday's quiz

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: Alpha: write about something from class today. Gamma: complete Gift, 2

Greek I: complete translation from class

Greek II: conjugate any four verbs on sheets

due Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Monstrum, 2

AP Latin: pick 3 4-5 line chunks from lines 1-100 and translate them without looking at your Moleskines

Honors Humanities: Alpha: complete Gift, 2 Gamma: Are "numbers" or "everything else" more real? Why?

Greek I: see below

Greek II: see below

due Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Latin 1B: complete 3rd declension

AP Latin: read rest of Book I in Fagles (eventually translate up to 1.578).

Honors Humanities: re-read what you have already read from "The Gift"

Greek I: prepare for polus/megas quiz on Wednesday.

Greek II: , conjugate and translate each of the following in the aorist (indicatives, imperatives, infinitive): apothnesko, kopto, aphikneomai, horao, apokteino.

due Monday, October 31, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Ch. 7 translation packet

AP Latin: prep to 1.578, translate to 1.567

Honors Humanities: complete Gift, 1

Greek I: complete 4 lambda

Greek II: complete 12 nu

due Friday, October 29, 2016
Latin 1B: copy out and compose the sentences from ex. 7.4 on p.122

AP Latin: translate to 1.562, prep to 1.568

Honors Humanities: Alpha: finish seminar writing. Gamma: "The Gift, 1"

Greek I: Circle words you know, read Iliad three times, and write three short series of thoughts about it.

Greek II: 12 Lambda

due Thursday, October 28, 2016
Latin 1B: copy out and compose the sentences from ex. 7.4 on p. 122

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: complete seminar prep

Greek I: decline the nouns on the handout

Greek II: finish translation of 12 beta story.

due Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Minerva

AP Latin: prep to 1.564, translate up to 1.555

Honors Humanities: Alpha: Seminar Prep Gamma: Sunflower, 4

Greek I: see below

Greek II: see below

due Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Latin 1B: prepare yourself for tomorrow's quiz on the Ablative, docile, cupidity, dab on 'em, carpe diem.

AP Latin: translate to 1.528, prep to 1.555

Honors Humanities: Alpha: Sunflower, 4 Gamma: Justice and Forgiveness

Greek I: complete 4 epsilon worksheet

Greek II: 12 iota and translate lines 1-17 of 12 beta story

due Monday, October 24, 2016
Latin 1B: ablative #3

AP Latin: prep to 1.533, translate to 1.521

Honors Humanities: Gamma: complete Sunflower #3 Alpha: Can one pursue both Justice and Forgiveness? At the same time? Is one more important than the other? Write at length.

Greek I: complete 4 epsilon #3-4 and make flashcards for 4 beta vocabulary

Greek II: make 12 beta flashcards and finish composition.

due Friday, October 21, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Ablative #2

AP Latin: translate to 1.512, prep to 1.521

Honors Humanities: Gamma: complete Sunflower #3; Alpha: none

Greek I: read and annotate and write a paragraph about "The Spartan Creed"

Greek II: Translate paragraph 19

due Thursday, October 20, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Ablative #2

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: none

Greek I: see below

Greek II: see below

due Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Ablative, 1

AP Latin: prep to 1.512, prep to 1.503

Honors Humanities: none

Greek I: see below

Greek II: see below

due Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Latin 1B: write out the Latin and translate the p. 40 story ("Flavius decides to tell a story")

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: Alpha: complete Sunflower, 3 Gamma: Can one control/determine one's emotions? Articulate two sides from today and then respond with your own thoughts.

Greek I: complete and translate 4 gamma exercise

Greek II: write out translation of "Cave"

due Monday, October 17, 2016
Latin 1B: prepare for test on Monday with this and this

AP Latin: prep to 1.501, translate to 1. 436

Honors Humanities: Forgiveness: human, subhuman, or superhuman?

Greek I: read p. 40-42 and complete 4 beta

Greek II: complete 12 gamma


due Friday, October 14, 2016
Latin 1B: decline a noun from each declension (2) and conjugate a verb from each conjugation (4- don't forget to do imperatives and the infinitive, too!)

AP Latin: translate to 1.428, prep to 1.440

Honors Humanities: Alpha: read to p. 55 and write about something interesting; Gamma: "Is forgiveness subhuman, human, or superhuman?"

Greek I: prepare for quiz!

Greek II: translate 12 alpha story.

due Thursday, October 13, 2016
Latin 1B: decline a noun from each declension (2) and conjugate a verb from each conjugation (4).

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: read and annotate p.43-55 and write at length about something you find interesting.

Greek I: complete 4 alpha worksheet.

Greek II: come to school!

due Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Latin 1B: complete imperative worksheet

AP Latin: prep 1.418-429, translate up to 1.209

Honors Humanities: complete Sunflower, 2

Greek I: write out translation of 4 alpha story

Greek II: complete 11 gamma and eta from worksheet.

due Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Latin 1B: complete p. 31 pictures and captions

AP Latin: translate to 1.194, prep to 1.209 and read lines 209-418 in the Fagles translation (make sure you are looking at the bracketed line numbers at the top of the page, not the line numbers next to the text - which are different).

Honors Humanities: complete Sunflower, 1

Greek I: write out a translation of the 4 alpha story

Greek II: complete 11 gamma and eta from worksheet.

due Friday, October 7, 2016
Latin 1B: write out the Latin and translate the first 16 lines of the Ch. 5 story (p. 31)

AP Latin: translate to 1.186, prep to 1.197

Honors Humanities: complete Sunflower, 1

Greek I: make 4 alpha flashcards

Greek II: complete 11 xi (p.193).

due Thursday, October 6, 2016
Latin 1B: write out the Latin and translate the first 16 lines of the Ch. 5 story (p. 31)

AP Latin: see below

Honors Humanities: prepare for test

Greek I: translate "hoi boes" story in chapter 3 beta

Greek II: make flashcards for Chapter 11 alpha and beta vocab; complete 11 kappa and 11 nu.

due Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Latin 1B: complete declining

AP Latin: translate to 1.176, prep to 1.186

Honors Humanities: make progress towards the test,and send me your writing.

Greek I: see yesterday

Greek II: see yesterday

due Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Chapter 5 vocab and composition

AP Latin: translate to 1.158, prep to 1.176

Honors Humanities: prepare yourself for the test and send me any bits of writing you'd like me to look at.

Greek I: think about how cool today's exhibit was

Greek II: think about how cool today's exhibit was

due Monday, October 3, 2016
Latin 1B: prepare for Monday's quiz by working on practice quiz and looking at answers

AP Latin: translate to 1.150, prep to 1.161

Honors Humanities: see email

Greek I: none

Greek II: none

due Thursday, September 29, 2016
Latin 1B: complete composition worksheet

AP Latin: translate to 1.143, prep to 1.154

Honors Humanities: complete Apology 6

Greek I: complete 3beta worksheet

Greek II: study for quiz

due Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Latin 1B: complete 2nd declension sheet #2

AP Latin: translate to 1.143, prep to 1.154

Honors Humanities: none

Greek I: 3 alpha on worksheet

Greek II: 11 eta

due Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Latin 1B: complete 2nd declension sheet

AP Latin: translate to 1.129, prep to 1.143

Honors Humanities: complete Apology, 5

Greek I: complete exercise 3 alpha on worksheet

Greek II: complete 11 eta

due Friday, September 23, 2016
Latin 1B: write out the Latin and an English translation of the p. 25 story.

AP Latin: translate to 1.115 and prep to 1.123

Honors Humanities: complete Apology, 3

Greek I: none

Greek II: none

due Thursday, September 22, 2016
Latin 1B: write out the Latin and an English translation of the p. 25 story

AP Latin: translate to 1.109, prep to 1.118

Honors Humanities: complete Apology, 3

Greek I: make flashcards for 3 alpha vocabulary

Greek II: study aorist forms and conjugate and translate any three aorist verbs.

due Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Latin 1B: prepare yourself for the quiz!

AP Latin: translate to 1.109, prep to 1.118

Honors Humanities: re-read 24c-28a and summarize Socrates' refutation of each of Meletus' charges.

Greek I: complete 2 eta (p. 22)

Greek II: flashcards

due Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Latin 1B: complete verb, 5

AP Latin: translate to 1.96, prep to 1.110

Honors Humanities: complete Apology, 1

Greek I: complete 2 eta

Greek II: make flashcards for all of the 10 alpha, 10 beta, and 11 alpha verbs

due Monday, September 19, 2016
Latin 1B: complete verb conjugations!

AP Latin: translate to 1.89 and prep to 1.101

Honors Humanities: expand on your seminar prep writing either by discussing how your ideas have changed or how the seminar was conducted and what they said.

Greek I: prepare for Monday's quiz!!

Greek II: future tense quiz!!

due Thursday, September 15, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Ch. 3 story

AP Latin: translate to 1.83, prep to 1.92

Honors Humanities: complete seminar prep

Greek I: decline anthropos, dendron, and helios and make 2 beta flashcards

Greek II: complete active participle worksheets

due Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Latin 1B: complete Vocab, 3

AP Latin: translate to 1.83, prep to 1.92

Honors Humanities: write out each of Euthyphro's definitions of piety and summarize how Socrates dismantles each one. Then, write a paragraph on whether you think Socrates' responses are true or whether Euthyphro's arguments are stronger than they appear.

Greek I: complete exercises 2 alpha and 2 beta from the worksheet

Greek II: prepare for quiz

due Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Latin 1B: complete verb worksheet, 2

AP Latin: translate to 1.71, prep to 1.89

Honors Humanities: complete Euthyphro, 4

Greek I: complete exercises 2 alpha and 2 beta from the worksheet

Greek II: prepare for quiz

due Monday, September 12, 2016
Latin 1B: complete verb worksheet

AP Latin: prep to 1.80, translate to 1.64

Honors Humanities: complete Euthyphro, 3

Greek I: write out the Latin and translate 2 gamma (p. 15).

Greek II: prepare for quiz on middle voice, middle participles, Ch. 6-9 vocab, uses of the dative, and the 3rd declension.

due Friday, September 9, 2016
Latin 1B: prepare yourself for the quiz on Friday.

AP Latin: translate up to 1.57, prep to 1.70

Honors Humanities: read and annotate up through 11e. Alpha: write a sentence or two about how goodness/justice/nobility could be objective and yet not like things one measures, weighs, etc.?

Greek I: complete 2 beta on p. 14-15 (write out the English, as well as your Greek composition).

Greek II: complete composition 3a

due Thursday, September 8, 2016
Latin 1B: prepare yourself for the quiz on Friday.

AP Latin: translate up to 1.49, prep to 1.59

Honors Humanities: read and annotate up through 11e. Alpha: write a sentence or two about how goodness/justice/nobility could be objective and yet not like things one measures, weighs, etc.? Gamma: Write a few sentences about whether the pious is pious because it is loved by the gods or the gods love the pious because it is pious.

Greek I: make 2 alpha flashcards and translate the story.

Greek II: complete 9 alpha and epsilon sheets.

due Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Latin 1B: complete 1st declension worksheet

AP Latin: translate up to 1.49, prep to 1.59

Honors Humanities: complete Euthyphro, 2

Greek I: prepare for quiz!

Greek II: complete Ch. 8 worksheets and finish composition 2b.

due Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Latin 1B: write out the Latin for the story on p. 14 and write out a translation.

AP Latin: translate to 1.36 and prep to 1. 49

Honors Humanities: complete Euthyphro, 1

Greek I: prepare yourself for quiz!

Greek II: complete Ch. 8 worksheets and finish composition 2b.

due Friday, September 2, 2016
Latin 1B: complete diagramming worksheet

AP Latin: translate to 1.31, prep to 1.41

Honors Humanities:
Alpha: complete midwife

Gamma: complete Euthyphro, 1

Greek I: translate p. 10 story and Hercalitus excerpt on p. 11 - write a paragraph in response to the excerpt.

Greek II: complete ch. 7 worksheet

due Thursday, September 1, 2016
Latin 1B: complete diagramming worksheet

AP Latin: translate to 1.24, prep to 1.33

Honors Humanities: complete midwife

Greek I: translate 1 beta story

Greek II: complete 6 beta and 6 gamma from the worksheet.

due Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Latin 1B: complete cases worksheet

AP Latin: translate to 1.24, prep to 1.33

Honors Humanities: read and annotate p 10-11; write one sentence on what dialectic is and one about what it means to be searching, critical, open-minded, and tolerant

Greek I: 1 beta flashcards

Greek II: Quiz!

due Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Latin 1B: copy into page 1 of your notebook.

AP Latin: translate up to 1.16, prep to 1.24

Honors Humanities: read and annotate p. 7-10 and write out something that interests you.

Greek I: make flashcards for 1 beta

Greek II: prepare for quiz on Wednesday.

due Monday, August 29, 2016
Latin 1B: read "The Talent Code" handout and answer the questions on the back.

AP Latin: translate what we read and prep to 1.18

Honors Humanities: complete Examine

Greek I: write out and translate the last four lines from the p. 3 story and read and write a few notes on 'The Athenian Farmer" (p. 6-7).

Greek II: complete chapter 4-5 worksheets

due Friday, August 26, 2016
Latin 1B: get syllabus signed and complete derivative worksheet

AP Latin: translate lines 1-2, prep to line 11.

Honors Humanities: prepare yourself for Test!

Greek I: make flashcards for all p. 2 vocabulary.

Greek II: complete packet from today.

due Thursday, August 25, 2016
Latin 1B: complete "in-" worksheet

AP Latin: prepare for tomorrow's quiz!

Honors Humanities: complete "Our Beginning"

Greek I: alphabet quiz tomorrow!

Greek II: look over last year's final exam

due Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Latin 2 complete the "retineo" vebr map. Also, make progress preparing yourself for the final. Grammar worksheets whose content you might want to put on your 3x5 index card are here: Passive Voice Comparison of Adjectives Participles Indirect Speech

AP Latin projects due Wednesday, recitations Tuesday

Honors Humanities prepare yourself for final and send me writing

Greek I prepare yourself for final and send me work. Composition here

Latin I prepare yourself for final.

due Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Latin 2 make progress preparing yourself for the final. Grammar worksheets whose content you might want to put on your 3x5 index card are here: Passive Voice Comparison of Adjectives Participles Indirect Speech

AP Latin projects due Wednesday, recitations Tuesday

Honors Humanities prepare yourself for final and send me writing

Greek I prepare yourself for final and send me work. Composition here

Latin I prepare yourself for final

due Thursday, May 26, 2016
Latin 2: make progress preparing yourself for the final

AP Latin be able to write the first 3 lines from memory in meter

Honors Humanities complete this prep for the final

Greek I prepare Iliad lines

Latin I complete derivative work

due Tuesday, May 25, 2016
Latin 2: make progress preparing yourself for the final

AP Latin be able to write the first two lines from memory in meter

Honors Humanities: finish all work related to final projects (except for those who presented today/tomorrow, who may turn in things on Thursday)

Greek I: decline 1) udria 2) agros 3) phulacks 4) onoma (answers can be found on p. 287-289).

Latin I complete derivatives and verb work

due Monday, May 23, 2016
Latin 2: make progress preparing yourself for the final exam.

AP Latin work on your memorization and project

Honors Humanities work on your presentation; write your reflection if you've already presented

Greek I 10 iota

Latin I complete verb charts

due Friday, May 20, 2016
Latin 2: complete Caesar paper

AP Latin: work on your memorization and project.

Honors Humanities: work on your presentation; write your reflection if you've already presented.

Greek I: 10 iota

Latin I: complete sentences

due Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Latin 2: make progress on your Caesar project or your final exam preparation

AP Latin: work on your memorization and project. Bring materials to class tomorrow.

Honors Humanities: work on your presentation; write your reflection if you've already presented.

Greek I: translate lines 1-10 of 10 beta story

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Latin 2: make progress on your Caesar project and look at this

AP Latin: figure out what you are doing with the rest of your time in AP Latin this year.

Honors Humanities: work on your presentation

Greek I: translate lines 1-10 of 10 beta story

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Monday, May 16, 2016
Latin 2: share a google doc with Mr. Clausen that includes some writing about Caesar. If you are being assessed via conversation, email Mr. Clausen with the times you are free next week.

AP Latin: Relax.

Honors Humanities: work on final presentations.

Greek I: Line 7 of "The Iliad" and 10 beta vocabulary.

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Friday, May 13, 2016
Latin 2: decide how you would like to be assessed on Caesar; pick 3 of the documents you'll use; write a paragraph for each document, analyzing what it says and how you will use it to answer the question.

AP Latin: Duh.

Honors Humanities: Make progress.

Greek I: prepare for Future tense quiz!

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Latin 2: complete Vocab 18 and look up definitions of words you don't know for the rest of the translation.

AP Latin: use Vergil Quotations

Honors Humanities: have 20 note cards for your project.

Greek I: 6 lines of "Iliad" and 10 epsilon #1-3

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Latin 2: prepare yourself for quiz.

AP Latin: all things optional: complete this essay and do grammar 38-39

Honors Humanities: By Wednesday, have 20 note cards for your project.

Greek I: 6 lines of "Iliad" and 10 epsilon #1-3

Latin I: compete sentences.

due Monday, May 9, 2016
Latin 2: complete ablative absolute worksheet

AP Latin: 40in37 grammar 36-37; work on any of the practice multiple choice, translations, or essays I have given you. If you need help or are at a loss as to what to do, email me.

Honors Humanities: make progress on your project. For those who were not here today, we assigned presentation dates. Email me if you would like to know yours.

Greek I: complete future tense worksheet

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Friday, May 6, 2016
Latin 2: translate paragraphs 2-4 of Caesar story

AP Latin: 40in37 grammar 34-35; continue to read through Vergil Moleskine

Honors Humanities: complete question and two sources in NoodleTools and make sure it is shared with Mr. Clausen. Make progress in project.

Greek I: 10 beta and 10 gamma

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Thursday, May 5, 2016
Latin 2: email me the pictures of your paraphrase! Write eight sentences, one for each of the documents in the Caesar packet. Email me if you need help (or a packet). Each sentence should explain what the document is saying/arguing.

AP Latin: 40in37 grammar 34-35; continue to read through Vergil Moleskine

Honors Humanities: complete question and two sources in NoodleTools and make sure it is shared with Mr. Clausen. Make progress in project.

Greek I: Argueta/Gans: translate to end of current paragraph in "Melissa's Dream" story; Hultgren/Davis/Robertson: translate lines 9-20 of 10 alpha story.

Latin I: translate sentences.


due Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Latin 2: email me the pictures of your paraphrase! Write eight sentences, one for each of the documents in the Caesar packet. Email me if you need help (or a packet). Each sentence should explain what the document is saying/arguing.

AP Latin: 40in37 grammar 32-33; Verb Map quiz tomorrow! Keep reading your Vergil Moleskine.

Honors Humanities: 4 things: 1) what is your question? 2) What is your current answer to/thinking on your question? 3) What is another answer to/thinking on your question? 4) Which author you have read this year will you incorporate and how?

Greek I: Hultgren/Robertson: translate next two paragraphs of what we read today. Davis/Argueta/Gans: translate next two paragraphs of 10 alpha story.

Latin I: translate sentences.

due Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Latin 2: write a paragraph comparing the merits of two systems of leadership for both a school and a country: is it better to have one leader in charge for a long period of time or a system in which leaders change each year?

AP Latin: 40in37 grammar 31; keep reading through your Moleskine.

Honors Humanities: make progress you can show me on your topic.

Greek I: Hultgren/Robertson: translate next two paragraphs of what we read today. Davis/Argueta/Gans: translate next two paragraphs of 10 alpha story.

Latin I: email me.

due Monday, May 2, 2016
Latin 2: read and annotate the 4 quotations from the Caesar packet. Then, write a one-sentence paraphrase (summary) of each one. Finally, write a paragraph about the quotation you find most interesting.

AP Latin: Being reading over your Moleskine (you should have read over the entire thing by next Friday). And complete 40in37 chapters 28-30

Honors Humanities: read the Philosophical paradoxes packet. Either pick one that you would like to do a project on or pick a different philosophical problem or philosopher that you would like to investigate over the next two weeks.

Greek I: translate the first 8 lines of the 10 alpha story.

Latin I: translate two paragraphs of Ch. 11 story.

due Friday, April 29, 2016
Latin 2: read p.69-70; take notes on what seems heroic and what villainous about what you learn about Caesar. Then, write an explanation of what you believe it is that makes an action heroic or villainous.

AP Latin: 40in37 chapter 26-27; Caesar VI.20

Honors Humanities: read and annotate Chapter 12 of "Confession" and come in ready to talk about the analogy at the end of the chapter.

Greek I: 10 alpha vocabulary; come in ready to write out first 4 lines of "Iliad"

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Thursday, April 28, 2016
Latin 2: write lots of observations and questions about the coins pictured here

AP Latin: 40in37 chapters 26-27; Caesar VI.20

Honors Humanities: read and annotate Chapter 12 of "Confession" and come in ready to talk about the analogy at the end of the chapter.

Greek I: prepare for Thursday's Quest on Chapter 6-9 vocabulary and verb maps

Latin I: complete vocab work

due Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Latin 2: write lots of observations and questions about the coins pictured here

AP Latin: 40in37 grammar 25; Caesar VI.16-19

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 11

Greek I: 9 theta, #2-4

Latin I: complete vocab work.

due Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Latin 2: complete Vocab 17

AP Latin: 40in37 chapters 23, 24, and Caesar VI. 13-15

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 10

Greek I: 9 theta, #2-4

Latin I: prepare for quiz.

due Friday, April 22, 2016
Latin 2: p.134 ex.26.3 #5-10

AP Latin: 40in37 18, 19, 21 and Caesar V. 39-43

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 8

Greek I: memorize first 4 lines of your epic and complete 9 eta #1-5

Latin I: complete sentences

due Thursday, April 21, 2016
Latin 2: p.134 ex.26.3 #5-10

AP Latin: 40in37 18, 19, 21 and Caesar V.39-43

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 8

Greek I: prepare for quiz on 9 beta vocab and 5 irregular 3rd declension nouns

Latin I: complete sentences

due Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Latin 2: p. 134, ex. 26.3 #5-10

AP Latin: 40in37 chapter 17, Caesar V.32-38

Honors Humanities: for the final paragraph on p. 52, 1) write a paraphrase 2) draw a picture 3) write a strong response

Greek I: 9 zeta #5-7 and write out all forms of the five irregular 3rd declension nouns (p. 145-46)

Latin I: complete sentences

due Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Latin 2: complete Participle Sentences

AP Latin: 40in37 grammar 16 an Caesar V.28-31

Honors Humanities: complete Tosltoy 7

Greek I: 9 zeta #5-7 and write out all forms of the five irregular 3rd declension adjectives (p. 145-46)

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Monday, April 18, 2016
Latin 2: complete Participle Sentences

AP Latin: 40in37 grammar 12-15; Caesar V. 25-27

Honors Humanities: read and annotate Chapter 6 of "Confession." Pick one of the authors Tolstoy quotes and paraphrase (in a few sentences) what he says the author says about the question of life. Then, write a strong response and musing, including your opinion about the author's statements.

Greek I: finish translating 9 beta story.

Latin I: complete sentences

due Friday, April 15, 2016
Latin 2: prepare for your quiz.

AP Latin: 40in37 grammar 12-15; Caesar V. 25-27

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 5

Greek I: complete 9 epsilon on p. 146.

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Thursday, April 14, 2016
Latin 2: prep the rest of the Caesar story by reading over it and writing out 6 vocabulary words you don't know and 6 verb forms (along with their translations).

AP Latin: 40in37 grammar 12-15; Caesar V. 25-27

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 5

Greek I: translate to lines 18 9 beta.

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Latin 2: prep the rest of the Caesar story by reading over it and writing out 6 vocabulary words you don't know and 6 verb forms (along with their translations).

AP Latin: 40in37 chapters 9 and 11; Caesar IV. 33-36 (first sentence) and V.24

Honors Humanities: Tolstoy, 4

Greek I: prepare for quiz on 9 alpha vocab, middle voice of verbs, present active participles, translation, and composition

Latin I: complete sentences

due Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Latin 2: p. 134 ex. 26.2 #1-3

AP Latin: 40in37 grammar chapters 8 and 10; Caesar IV.27-32

Honors Humanities: write a quotation on lines 1-7 of p. 27

Greek I: prepare for quiz

Latin I: complete sentences

due Monday, April 11, 2016
Latin 2: complete Vocab #16

AP Latin: complete Grammar Chapters 5-7; write questions in doc after reading Caesar Book IV.24-26; annotate Cliffs Notes of all of Caesar Book I

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 3

Greek I: write out all 24 forms of the actives participles for both "kamno" and "hormao"; conjugate and write the imperatives and infinitives for "hepomai" and "theaomai" (and translate all forms)

Latin I: complete sentences

due Friday, April 8, 2016
Latin 2: complete ex. 25.2 (p.132) #3-5

AP Latin: complete Chapters 3-4 of 40in37. Read over Book I, Chapter 5-7 of Caesar and write 3 questions in the google doc.

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 2

Greek I: be able to write out the first 3 lines of your epic in Greek and translate the final 9 lines of the 9 alpha story

Latin I: complete sentences

due Thursday, April 7, 2016
Latin 2: prep lines 13-22 of p.54-55 by writing out and looking up vocabulary words you don't know and writing out and translating 10 verbs.

AP Latin: complete Chapters 3-4 of 40in37. Read over Book I, Chapter 5-7 of Caesar and write 3 questions in the google doc.

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 2

Greek I: translate up to line 22 in the 9 alpha story

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Latin 2: prep lines 13-22 of p.54-55 by writing out and looking up vocabulary words you don't know and writing out and translating 10 verbs.

AP Latin: complete Chapters 1 and 2 of the grammar packet; read over Chapters 1-4 of Book I of Caesar and write 3 questions (with your name) in the google doc.

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy, 1

Greek I: complete 9 delta, #2-5

Latin I: translate lines 1-4 of Ch. 10 story.

due Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Latin 2: read p. 56-58 "The Roman Triumph" and write 1/2 page of notes; complete p.131, ex 24.3 #3-5

AP Latin: watch this this video and the one following it. Also, read and annotate all of Book 12 in English!! There will not be a quiz, but I will check your annotations.

Honors Humanities: read and annotate the packet on LIGO (email me if you need one) and write a few questions: both about the science of the article and then what the article makes you wonder about philosophically.

Greek I: complete 9 delta, #2-5

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Thursday, March 24, 2016
Latin 2: read through lines 4-10: write out 5 words and their definitions and write out and translate 5 verbs from this section.

AP Latin: translate to 6.874, prep to 6.899

Honors Humanities: get a massage.

Greek I: complete 9 beta and memorize your first two lines.

Latin I: prepare for quiz.

due Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Latin 2: complete p.54-55 prep

AP Latin: translate to 6.874, prep to 6.899

Honors Humanities: get a massage.

Greek I: translate first 11 lines of 9 alpha story, make flashcards for 9 alpha vocabulary, and know the first two lines of your epic by Thursday.

Latin I: complete Genitive worksheet.

due Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Latin 2: complete p.54-55 prep

AP Latin: read p.198-210 in Fagles, translate up to 6.476, prep from 6.847-881

Honors Humanities: prepare yourself for Aristotle Test

Greek I: memorize line 1 in meter and be able to write the first two lines; translate Odysseus story

Latin I: complete genitive case worksheet.

due Monday, March 21, 2016
Latin 2: complete Vocab #15

AP Latin: translate to 6.460 and complete verb map

Honors Humanities: do as much as you like to prep for Tuesday's Test:

Greek I: memorize line 1 in meter and be able to write the first two lines; translate Odysseus story.

Latin I: translate Genitive sentences

due Friday, March 18, 2016
Latin 2: prepare yourself for the quiz and complete quiz practice

AP Latin: translate to 6.425 and prep from 6.450-476.

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle seminar prep

Greek I: complete 8 eta and memorize first line of one of the epics.

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Latin 2: re-read the Ch. 23 story and write out five questions that could be asked on Friday's quiz.

AP Latin: translate to 6.425, prep from 6.450-476

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle seminar prep

Greek I: read p. 128, complete 8 zeta.

Latin I: translate up to line 14 of the Ch. 9 story.

due Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Latin 2: complete Ch. 23 prep

AP Latin: translate up to 6.410

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle II.7

Greek I: read p. 128, complete 8 zeta.

Latin I: translate first 14 lines of Ch. 9 story.

due Monday, March 14, 2016
Latin 2:. write out unknown vocabulary from Ch. 23 story (lines 12-26) and write out and translate all verbs from lines 12-26

AP Latin: translate up to 6.404, prep to 6.425; write a couple of paragraphs in response to Friday's speaker/presentation.

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, II.6

Greek I: prepare yourself for quiz on 8 alpha vocab, participles, active voice endings.

Latin I: translate 1st 14 lines of Ch. 9 story.

due Friday, March 11, 2016
Latin 2: Vocab #14

AP Latin: read the Fagles lines I sent you.

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, II.4

Greek I: complete #4-7 of 8 epsilon and read of the handout I gave you.

Latin I: see email.

due Thursday, March 10, 2016
Latin 2: none!

AP Latin: read bits in Fagles that I've emailed you (for Monday, transalte what we did today and prep to 6.416).

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, II.4

Greek I: complete 8 delta.

Latin I: translate the first 14 lines of Ch. 9

due Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Latin 2: prepare yourself for National Latin Exam - use the website!

AP Latin: translate what you did in class and/or prepare for National Latin Exam

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, II.2

Greek I: make a timeline with 12 dates from the reading on p. 117-120; make 8 beta flashcards.

Latin I: translate first 14 lines of Ch. 9 story

due Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Latin 2: identify three things from the Latin II syllabus which you do not know. Then, work on the NLE app on the nle.org website.

AP Latin: translate up to 6.328, prep to 6.397, work on National Latin Exams, as you wish.

Honors Humanities: complete Aristote, II. 1

Greek I: make a timeline with 12 dates from the reading on p. 117-120; make 8 beta flashcards.

Latin I: translate first 14 lines of Ch. 9 story.

due Monday, March 7, 2016
Latin 2: complete at least three old National Latin exams (you can also do work on the NLE website app).

AP Latin: translate up to. 6.324, prep 6.325-332 and 6.384-389, read lines 378-438 of Fagles (p.193-195).

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, I.13

Greek I:

Latin I: write out 10 vocabulary words from Ch. 9 and translate up to line 14 of the story on p. 55-56.

due Friday, March 4, 2016
Latin 2: complete at least three old National Latin exams (you can also do work on the NLE website app).

AP Latin: translate up to 6.312, prep 6.324

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, I.8

Greek I: prepare yourself for the National Greek Exam

Latin I: translate sentences.

due Thursday, March 3, 2016
Latin 2: complete at least three old National Latin exams (you can also do work on the NLE website app).

AP Latin: translate up to 6.312, prep to 6.324

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, I.8

Greek I: complete 2012 National Greek Exam

Latin I: translate first 2 paragraphs of Ch. 9 story

due Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Latin 2: complete at least three old National Latin exams (you can also do work on the NLE website app).

AP Latin: translate up to 6.312, prep to 6.324

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 7b

Greek I: complete 2012 National Greek Exam

Latin I: translate first two paragraphs of Ch. 9 story

due Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Latin 2: pick 4 more items from the Culture/History sections of the NLE syllabus and do a little research: write 3-4 sentences about each

AP Latin: translate up to 6.299, prep to 6.315

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 7a

Greek I: complete 2012 National Greek Exam

Latin I: translate Ch. 9 story.

due Monday, February 29, 2016
Latin 2: pick 4 items from the Culture/History sections of the NLE syllabus and do a little research: write 3-4 sentences about each

AP Latin: watch this video summarizing Book V; read p. 182-194 (first lines) of Fagles; prep 6.295-305

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, I.6

Greek I: complete 2013 National Greek Exam

Latin I: complete Dative sentences.

due Friday, February 26, 2016
Latin 2: pick 4 items from the Culture/History sections of the NLE syllabus and do a little research: write 3-4 sentences about each.

AP Latin: prepare yourself for Test

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 4

Greek I: complete 2014 National Greek Exam

Latin I: complete Dative sentences.


due Thursday, February 25, 2016
Latin 2: prepare yourself for Thursday's quiz

AP Latin: prepare yourself for Friday's quiz

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 4

Greek I: finish the National Greek Exam

Latin I: write down vocabulary words

due Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Latin 2: prepare yourself for Wednesday's quiz

AP Latin: translate 2 more 5-line chunks and work on packet for Friday's test

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 3

Greek I: complete exercise 8 alpha

Latin I: write out 10 words from Ch. 8 and 9 that you won't do.

due Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Latin 2: complete Passive Infinitives, 3 and study for quiz on Thursday!

AP Latin: translate 2 more 5-line chunks and work on packet for Friday's test

Honors Humanities: finish your ruling science tree chart and complete Aristotle, 2

Greek I: complete exercise 8 alpha

Latin I: prepare for quiz by doing practice quiz.

due Monday, February 22, 2016
Latin 2: translate the final paragraph of the Ludi Circenses story we have been reading and make a list of 10 active infinitives and their passive counterparts.

AP Latin: translate two 5-line passages from between 4.160-219, 259-270 and do as much of the review packet as you like. Test is on Friday.

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle, 1

Greek I: translate the rest of the 8 alpha story and make flash cards for 8 alpha vocab

Latin I: prepare for quiz

due Friday, February 19, 2016
Latin 2: complete Passive Infinitives, 2

AP Latin: translate up through 4.705

Honors Humanities: complete Last Plato

Greek I: complete worksheet and translate every sentence.

Latin I: prepare for quiz

due Thursday, February 18, 2016
Latin 2: complete Passive Infinitives

AP Latin: translate up through 4.705.

Honors Humanities: complete Last Plato

Greek I: translate "Classical Greek" from Sophocles and the first 8 lines of the 8 alpha story. Words ending in "-menos/menoi" should be translated with "-ing" at the end.

Latin I: prepare for quiz

due Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Latin 2: complete Passive Infinitives

AP Latin: translate to 4.685, prep to 4.705

Honors Humanities: write a reflection on Ms. Salomon's visit, connecting what you say to something we've read this year.

Greek I: translate the final Theseus story from the 7 beta chapter

Latin I: prepare for quiz

due Friday, February 12, 2016
Latin 2: complete Vocab 13

AP Latin: translate up to 4.679, and prep to 4.689

Honors Humanities: read and annotate handout on Ms. Salomon and send me two questions before Thursday evening.

Greek I: complete 7 zeta

Latin I: complete worksheet

due Thursday, February 11, 2016
Latin 2: prepare for Thursday's quiz!

AP Latin: translate up to 4.679, and prep to 4.689

Honors Humanities: read and annotate handout on Ms. Salomon and send me two questions before Thursday evening.

Greek I: prepare for quiz

Latin I: complete worksheet

due Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Latin 2: prepare for Thursday's quiz

AP Latin: translate up to 4.361 and prep from 4.659-679

Honors Humanities: Do you agree with Plato's view of reality? Why or why not?

Greek I: make flashcards for 7 beta vocabulary, and complete 7 epsilon

Latin I: complete worksheet

due Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Latin 2: write out five observations in English for lines 1-11 from yesterday's homework along the lines of "the book says..." Then, write the sentences in Latin, using indirect speech.

AP Latin: translate 4.340-353; prep to 4.361, and read in Fagles from p.140 "Even from the start..." to p. 150 "...keels had never grazed our coast."

Honors Humanities: read and annotate p.93-97 and write one sentence explaining what the paragraph on p. 95 "You know too...eye of reason" means.

Greek I: make flashcards for 7 beta vocabulary, and complete 7 epsilon

Latin I: complete worksheet

due Monday, February 8, 2015
Latin 2: translate the first 11 lines of the "Ludi Circenses" story

AP Latin: translate to 4.339, prep to 4.355

Honors Humanities: respond to something you agree with, disagree with, find confusing, or find interesting from today's class.

Greek I: compose 5 sentences in Greek using the vocabulary words from 7 alpha and beta. Each sentence must contain a subject, a verb, a prepositional phrase, and an adverb or interrogative. Challenge yourself!

Latin I: complete worksheet.

Friday, February 5, 2016
Latin 2: complete Indirect Speech, 3

AP Latin: translate to 4.330, prep to 4.344

Honors Humanities: complete Cave TVA

Greek I: Translate the first 16 lines of 7beta

Latin I: complete worksheet

Thursday, February 4, 2016
Latin 2: complete

AP Latin: translate to 4.330, prep to 4.344

Honors Humanities: complete Cave TVA

Greek I: read and write observations or questions about the Homer reading in Chapter 7 alpha; also decline five nouns (one from each declension, and one neuter each for 2nd and 3rd declension)

Latin I: complete worksheet

Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Latin 2: complete

AP Latin: translate up to 4.315, prep to 4.330

Honors Humanities: write a strong paragraph explaining what Plato is saying the content of enlightenment is. If you are not sure about the four sections you should be looking at, email me.

Greek I: complete photocopied exercises.

Latin I: complete worksheet

Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Latin 2: complete Indirect Speech, 1

AP Latin: translate to 4.303, prep to 4.313

Honors Humanities: bring in materials to perform the Allegory!

Greek I: complete worksheet

Latin I: complete 7.3

Monday, February 1, 2016
Latin 2: translate the first paragraph of the story on p. 34

AP Latin: translate up to 4.294, prep to 4.313

Honors Humanities: complete Process ID or story

Greek I: complete 7 delta

Latin I: complete worksheet.

due Friday, January 29, 2016
Latin 2: complete Vocab #12

AP Latin: translate up to 4.286, prep to 4.303

Honors Humanities: complete Cave, 2

Greek I: finish translation of 7 alpha story

Latin I: prepare for Quiz on imperatives

due Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Latin 2: prepare for quiz!

AP Latin: prep to 4.291, translate up to 276

Honors Humanities: complete Cave, 1

Greek I: make flashcards/list of 7 alpha vocabulary, translate the first 12 lines of 7 alpha story

Latin I: complete worksheet.

due Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Latin 2: prepare for quiz!

AP Latin: translate up to 4.267, prep up to 4. 278; scan 10 lines on Hexameter website.

Honors Humanities: write a response to David Brooks article on Beauty; complete Cave Prep

Greek I: complete "practice" on p. 98, 99, and complete 7 beta on p. 100

Latin I: email to come.

due Thursday, January 21, 2016
Latin 2: prepare for quiz

AP Latin: translate up to 4.267, prep up to 4.278

Honors Humanities: write a response to David Brooks article on Beauty

Greek I: complete 6 omicron

Latin I: translate p. 44-45 story

due Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Latin 2: prepare for Thursday's quiz

AP Latin: translate 4.202-4.210, read lines 274-322 of Fagles, and prep 4.259-267

Honors Humanities: finish your prepare

Greek I: complete 6 xi

Latin I: translate p. 44-45 story

due Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Latin 2: complete ex. 21.3 on p.127

AP Latin: translate 4.195-202

Honors Humanities: work on your paper and send me drafts!

Greek I: complete 6 xi

Latin I: complete exercise 7.2, 7.3

due Friday, January 15, 2016
Latin 2: complete Perfect Passive, 1

AP Latin: translate 4.181-194; prep to 4.205

Honors Humanities: complete Synposium, 1 and write a response to today's presentation(s) (for extra credit)

Greek I: complete 6 mu (p.89-90)

Latin I: write out Ch. 7 vocabulary

due Thursday, January 14, 2016
Latin 2: conjugate and translate 3 verbs in both the Perfect and Pluperfect Passive

AP Latin: translate 4.181-194; prep to 4.205

Honors Humanities: complete Synposium, 1 and write a response to today's presentation(s) (for extra credit)

Greek I: complete 6 lambda

Latin I: write out Ch. 7 vocabulary

due Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Latin 2: conjugate and translate 3 verbs in both the Perfect and Pluperfect Passive.

AP Latin: translate 4.169-181; prep to 4.195

Honors Humanities: start working on your Beauty Paper

Greek I: prepare for quiz

Latin I: write out Ch. 7 vocabulary

due Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Latin 2: complete Irregular Adjectives, 3

AP Latin: translate 4.160-168; prep to 4.183

Honors Humanities: read from "Actually, Eryximachus" on p.26 to the second to last line on p. 32. Draw out what is being said on p 28-29.

Greek I: prepare for Wednesday's quiz

Latin I: write out Ch. 6 vocabulary.

due Monday, January 11, 2016
Latin 2: complete Vocab 11

AP Latin: watch Book III video and read up to line 200 (English) version of Book IV from Fagles. Also, prep from 4.160-168

Honors Humanities: write a reaction to something from Ms. Smith's presentation and 5-10 questions.

Greek I: do 6 beta vocab, read Grammar section 6 and complete 6 kappa.

Latin I: write out Ch. 7 vocab words and tricks for memorizing them

due Friday, January 8, 2016
Latin 2: write 2 paragraphs: one describing the painting and one describing your reaction to it: Oedipus/Polynices

AP Latin: prepare for Friday's quiz: Book II passages

Honors Humanities: write a reflection on one or both of today's presentations

Greek I: finish translating the 6beta story

Latin I: prepare for quiz

due Thursday, January 7, 2016
Latin 2: complete Irregular Comparatives, 2

AP Latin: prepare for Friday's quiz: Book II passages

Honors Humanities: write a reflection on one or both of today's presentations

Greek I: complete 6 Theta

Latin I: answer questions for p. 40 story

due Wednesday, January 6, 2016
Latin 2: complete Irregular Comparatives, 2

AP Latin: translate to 2.609, prep to 2.620.

Honors Humanities: completeYour Artist

Greek I: conjugate and translate 3 verbs in the middle voice: one regular one, one epsilon contract, one alpha contract. Then read "Myth" on p.81-83 and write 1/2 page of notes on anything you find interesting or important.

Latin I: answer questions for p. 40 story

due Tuesday, January 5, 2016
Latin 2: complete Irregular Comparatives

AP Latin: translate to 2.600 and prep up to 2.614

Honors Humanities: complete Paining writing

Greek I: conjugate and translate 3 verbs in the middle voice: one regular one, one epsilon contract, one alpha contract. Then read "Myth" on p.81-83 and write 1/2 page of notes on anything you find interesting or important.

Latin I: translate lines 7-11 of the p. 40 story.

due Friday, December 18, 2015
Latin 2: write a paragraph in English using all of the Vocab #10 nouns and writing them with the correct endings for the case.

AP Latin: finish your project!

Honors Humanities: see below

Greek I: complete 6 eta.

Latin I: translate

due Thursday, December 17, 2015
Latin 2: vocab #10

AP Latin: translate up to 2.592

Honors Humanities: either reflect on the two museums we visited and which one you liked more/why or reflect on the experience of being at art museums for the day.

Greek I: complete verb exercises

Latin I: prepare for quiz

due Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Latin 2: vocab #10

AP Latin: translate up to 2.594

Honors Humanities: look at Hirshhorn and NGA websites

Greek I: 6 alpha story and circle middle verbs

Latin I: prepare for quiz

due Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Latin 2: prepare for Test!

AP Latin: see below (and work on Project for Friday)

Honors Humanities: respond to something from today's class

: Greek I: translate 6 alpha story and circle all middle verbs in your translation

Latin I: translate sentences

due Monday, December 14
Latin 2: prepare yourself for Tuesday's test by: 1. Vocabulary #7-9 2. Verb maps 3. Completing these practice sentences: Practice Sentences

AP Latin: translate to 2.582, prep to 2.600

Honors Humanities: complete First Beauty Thoughts

Greek I: learn (make flashcards/write out) all of the 6 alpha vocabulary

Latin I: complete #6-10 for 6.6 (p.119).

due Thursday, December 10, 2015
Latin 2: complete one more verb map.

AP Latin: translate to 2.574, prep to 2.587

Honors Humanities: re-write an old assignment (or enjoy the day off).

Greek I: complete 5 theta

Latin I: complete 6.6

due Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Latin 2: complete 3 verbs maps (one which you started in class today).

AP Latin: translate to 2.574, prep to 2.587

Honors Humanities: re-write an old assignment (or enjoy the day off).

Greek I: prepare for 5 beta, pronouns, translation, composition quiz.

Latin I: complete 6.4

due Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Latin 2: complete 3 verbs maps (one which you started in class today).

AP Latin: translate to 2.297

Honors Humanities: complete Crito seminar prep

Greek I: complete 5 zeta

Latin I: complete 6.4

due Monday, December 7, 2015
Latin 2: prepare for quiz on vocab 8 and present participles.

AP Latin: translate to 291, prep 2.559-570

Honors Humanities: complete Crito QID (Laws)

Greek I: complete 5 zeta

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Thursday, December 3, 2015
Latin 2: complete Participles, Yes!

AP Latin: read p. 85-94 (first paragraph) of Fagles; prep to 2.297, translate to 2.286

Honors Humanities: complete next Crito

Greek I: translate 5 beta story and finish worksheet from class

Latin I: prepare for quiz

due Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Latin 2: complete Vocab 9

AP Latin: read p. 85-94 (first paragraph) of Fagles; prep to 2.297, translate to 2.286

Honors Humanities: complete next Crito

Greek I: write out 5 beta vocab; read next page of "Iliad" (down to end of page where Hector dies) and write 1/2 page on something that interests you.

Latin I: complete 6.2

due Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Latin 2: complete Vocab 9

AP Latin: translate up to 2.275, prep to 2.289

Honors Humanities: read and annotate from 50a to 51c and write out an Important Words section for Socrates long paragraph. Pick 4 important words. You should write roughly a page.

Greek I: smile.

Latin I: complete ex. 6.2

due Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Latin 2: complete Participle Review

AP Latin: translate 2.232-239; prep to 2.248 and read p. 83 of Fagles

Honors Humanities: Socrates says that "It is always wrong to harm another." He also fought as a soldier in the Athenian army and killed men. Using the text from class today (p. 52) and your own thoughts - are these positions reconcilable? And what do you think of the positions?

Greek I: enjoy the break!

Latin I: translate the boxes for the Ch. 6 story.

due Monday, November 23, 2015
Latin 2: answer the multiple choice questions for the NLE passage I gave you in class. If you weren't here, email me or go to the nle.org site and go to the 2014 Latin 2 exam.

AP Latin: translate 2.223-231; prep 2.231-245

Honors Humanities: complete a Quotation ID for the big paragraph in 48c-d (p. 51).

Greek I: prepare yourself for the vocab test on Monday.

Latin I: complete ex. 6.1.

due Friday, November 20, 2015
Latin 2: complete Present Participles, 3

AP Latin: translate 2.212-222

Honors Humanities: complete a Tenor/Vehicle/Aspect chart for the Trainer analogy. You should have at least 6 items each in the Vehicle and Tenor columns.

Greek I: read and annotate from "Athena" on p.3 to "godlike" at the bottom of p. 5. Complete 2 verb maps (one for alpha contract and one for epsilon contract)

Latin I: prepare yourself for quiz.

due Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Latin 2: pick four verbs and decline them as present participles (in all five cases, singular and plural)

AP Latin: prep 2.215-231; translate 2.203-212

Honors Humanities: complete Crito, 2

Greek I: read and write 1/2 page of notes on p.59-61; compose 5 delta, #3-5

Latin I: complete ex. 5.7 (p.117)

due Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Latin 2: complete Present Participles

AP Latin: translate 2.52-56, 201-203; prep up to 2.215

Honors Humanities: complete Crito, 1

Greek I: read and write 1/2 page of notes on p.59-61; compose 5 delta, #3-5.

Latin I: complete ex. 5.6 (p.117).

due Monday, November 16, 2015
Latin 2: complete Vocab 8

AP Latin: read and annotate p. 76-81 of Fagles and prep 2.201-210

Honors Humanities: complete project

Greek I: translate 5 alpha story

Latin I: identify cases in sentences.

due Friday, November 13, 2015
Latin 2: prepare for quiz on Vocab #7 and PPPs and Future Active Participles

AP Latin: read and annotate p.74-75 of Fagles, prep 2.40-56

Honors Humanities: work on your project (due Monday). You must know what you are doing and with whom (if anyone) by Friday.

Greek I: read and annotate first 2.3 pages of Hector-Achilles packet and preparefor "megas" and "polus" quiz.

Latin I: prepare for Quiz.

due Thursday, November 12, 2015
Latin 2: complete Future Participles

AP Latin: read and annotate p.74-75 of Fagles, prep 2.40-56

Honors Humanities: work on your project (due Monday). You must know what you are doing and with whom (if anyone) by Friday.

Greek I: write out 5 alpha vocabulary and prepare for "megas" and "polus" quiz on Friday.

Latin I: complete case/# chart.

due Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Latin 2: complete Future Participles

AP Latin: prepare for test!

Honors Humanities: write out 3 quotations from each work and write a few sentences about why they matter for your project or an interesting issue.

Greek I: prepare for quiz!

Latin I: complete case/# chart.

due Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Latin 2: continue working on translate

AP Latin: choose 2 passages of 4-6 lines from 409-578 and translate them (without looking at notes); do as much of the packets as you like

Honors Humanities: write out the beliefs of Chris, Zell, and Socrates. What are their similarities and differences?

Greek I: prepare for Quiz

due Monday, November 9, 2015
Latin 2: translate lines 41-46 of Oedipus

AP Latin: choose 2 passages of 4-6 lines from 102-209 and translate them (without looking at notes); do as much of the packets as you like; translate what we did in class

Honors Humanities: complete Kravinsky QID

Greek I: translate p. 51 story

Latin I: complete ex. 5.7

due Friday, November 6, 2015
Latin 2: complete PPPs, 2

AP Latin: choose 2 passages of 4-6 lines from 1-101 and translate them (without looking at notes); do as much of the packets as you like; translate what we did in class

Honors Humanities: complete Gift, 4

Greek I: read and complete "Iliad" reading and complete #1-3 for 4 lambda

Latin I: translate the second paragraph of the Ch. 5 story.

due Thursday, November 5, 2015
Latin 2: complete PPPs, 1

AP Latin: choose 2 passages of 4-6 lines from 1-101 and translate them (without looking at notes); do as much of the packets as you like; translate what we did in class

Honors Humanities: complete Gift, 4

Greek I: pick 3 noun-adjective pairs and decline them in the singular and plural. Do not use "polus" or "megas"

Latin I: translate the other boxes for Ch. 5 and the first paragraph of the Ch. 5 story.

due Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Latin 2: complete PPPs, 1

AP Latin: translate 1.556-565 and read your Fagles from p. 67-73 (the rest of Book 1)

Honors Humanities: read from p. 61 to the middle of the first column on p. 63 and write a page-long response to some idea you find interesting

Greek I: write out 4 beta vocabulary and translate all of 4 beta story.

Latin I: translate the other boxes for Ch. 5 and the first paragraph of the Ch. 5 story.

due Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Latin 2: complete up through line 40 of Oedipus translation

AP Latin: translate 1.548-556 and prep up to 1.578

Honors Humanities: respond substantively to the form or content of today's discussion.

Greek I: write out 4 beta vocabulary and translate all of 4 beta story.

Latin I: translate the first four boxes of the Chapter 5 story.

due Monday, November 2, 2015
Latin 2: complete up through line 40 of Oedipus translation

AP Latin: translate 1.536-547; prep up to 1. 566

Honors Humanities: complete Gift,3

Greek I: prepare for Monday's on 4 alpha vocab, micros derivatives, declining 1st and 2nd declension nouns, translation, and composition

Latin I: complete translation of sentences.

due Friday, October 30, 2015
Latin 2: complete Vocab 7

AP Latin: translate 1.527-536; prep 1.542-554

Honors Humanities: complete Gift,3

Greek I: prepare for Monday's on 4 alpha vocab, micros derivatives, declining 1st and 2nd declension nouns, translation, and composition

Latin I: study for quiz.


due Thursday, October 28
Latin 2: complete special superlatives

AP Latin: translate 1.527-536; prep 1.542-554

Honors Humanities: complete Gift,3

Greek I: read and annotate "Iliad" excerpt and write 1/2 page about what is motivating or driving Achilles.

Latin I: complete ex. 5.2

due Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Latin 2: complete special superlatives

AP Latin: translate 1.527-536; prep 1.542-554

Honors Humanities: complete Kravinsky ratios

Greek I: decline the following nouns in the singular and plural: "ho angelus" "hey heyorteh" "hey hudria" "ho kairos"

Latin I: complete ex. 5.2

due Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Latin 2: complete Degrees Sentences

AP Latin: translate 1.515-526; prep 1.531-542

Honors Humanities: write a response to something that was said in class today

Greek I: decline the following nouns in the singular and plural: "ho angelus" "hey heyorteh" "hey hudria" "ho kairos"

Latin I: conjugate "sum, esse" three times and translate ex. 5.1.

due Monday, October 26, 2015
Latin 2: prepare yourself for Monday's quiz

AP Latin: translate 1.508-516; prep 1.520-531

Honors Humanities: complete Gift, 2

Greek I: complete 4 delta and 4 epsilon, read "Women" on p. 43-45 and take 1/2 page of notes

Latin I: translate sentences.

due Friday, October 23, 2015
Latin 2: complete Adjective translations

AP Latin: translate 1.494-507; prep 1.508-519

Honors Humanities: write a quotation ID for the numbers sentence said by Zell Kravinsky.

Greek I: complete photocopied exercises and 4 delta and 4 epsilon from textbook.

Latin I: correct mistakes from test.

due Thursday, October 22, 2015
Latin 2: complete Adjectives, 3

AP Latin: translate 1.494-507; prep 1.508-519

Honors Humanities: write a quotation ID for the numbers sentence said by Zell Kravinsky.

Greek I: complete exercise 4 beta, 4 gamma

Latin I: learn the rest of Ch. 4 vocab

due Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Latin 2: complete Adjectives, 3

AP Latin: translate 1.434-440

Honors Humanities: complete Kravinsky, 1

Greek I: translate the rest of 4 alpha story

Latin I: learn rest of Ch. 4 vocab.

due Tuesday, October 20, 2015
Latin 2: complete Vocab 6

AP Latin: translate 1.427-434, read p. 62-64 of Fagles, prep 1.494-1.502

Honors Humanities: complete ITW - Worth It?

Greek I: translate the rest of 4 alpha story.

Latin I: prepare yourself for Tuesday's test.

due Monday, October 19, 2015
Latin 2: complete Adjectives, 2

AP Latin: translate 1.418-426; prepare 1.430-440

Honors Humanities: take a deep breath.

Greek I: prepare for Monday's quiz on verbs forms - know the verbs that are epsilon contract verbs and know the verb "to be"!

Latin I: identify case/#s on paper.

due Friday, October 16, 2015
Latin 2: complete

AP Latin: translate 1.202-209, prep 1.418-429

Honors Humanities: complete Chris' Last Days

Greek I: complete #1-30 on worksheet

Latin I: translate first three lines of p. 26 story


due Thursday, October 15, 2015
Latin 2: complete Adjectives, 1

AP Latin: read p. 54-61 in Fagles and translate 1.198-202

Honors Humanities: complete ITW, Change

Greek I: translate first 9 lines of 4 alpha story, read p. 38-39, and conjugate one regular verb and one contract verb.

Latin I: translate lines 1-3 of p. 26 story.

due Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Latin 2: Complete Vocab 5

AP Latin: read p. 54-61 in Fagles and translate 1.198-202

Honors Humanities: complete ITW, Change

Greek I: translate first 9 lines of 4 alpha story, read p. 38-39, and conjugate one regular verb and one contract verb.

Latin I: translate sentences.

due Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Latin 2: First, write a paragraph reflection on your preparation for and experience taking the test. Then, click on the following link and scroll down to the "Latin 2" exam and complete #1-16 except for #4, 8, 9, 12 , and 13. You may write the questions out on a separate sheet or print out the exam itself and complete the questions there.

AP Latin: translate 1.188-197; prep 1.198-209

Honors Humanities: complete Quotation ID for p. 103 epigraph

Greek I: write out 4 alpha vocabulary and complete exercise 4 alpha

Latin I: translate sentences

due Friday. October 9, 2015
Latin 2: over-prepare yourself for Test!!

AP Latin: translate 1.170-188; prep 1.188-194

Honors Humanities: ITW, Parents

Greek I: prepare yourself for Quiz

Latin I: translate sentences

due Thursday, October 8, 2015
Latin 2: Derivative practice for Test

AP Latin: translate 1.170-188; prep 1.188-194

Honors Humanities: ITW, Parents

Greek I: translate "OI BOES" story on p. 34

Latin I: complete translation

due Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Latin 2: Derivative practice for Test

AP Latin: translate 1.162-169; prep 1.170-186

Honors Humanities: "Is a relationship with Nature or the Cosmos realer than a relationship with a Human Being?"

Greek I: complete worksheets

Latin I: complete translation

due Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Latin 2: Composition Worksheet

AP Latin: translate 1.154-161, prep 1.166-169

Honors Humanities: Chastity

Greek I: worksheets to come tomorrow

Latin I: complete cases/#s sheet

due Monday, October 5, 2015
Latin 2: Verb Map practice for Friday's Test!

AP Latin: translate 1.148-154; prep 1.157-165

Honors Humanities: re-read p.47-69 of "ITW" and write a stunning quotation ID for the section beginning at "So many people..." on p. 56 and ending at "passion for adventure" on p.57.

Greek I: write out and complete exercise 3 epsilon

Latin I: complete exercise 3.5 in the back of the book.

due Friday, October 2, 2015
Latin 2: enjoy Williamsburg!

AP Latin: finish grammar worksheet by Friday (if you haven't already given it to me); translate 1.132-147; prep 1.148-156

Honors Humanities: re-read p.47-69 and write a stunning quotation ID for the section beginning at "So many people..." on p. 56 and ending at "passion for adventure" on p.57.

Greek I: finish translating 3 beta story (to be turned in)

Latin I: translate subtitles from Ch. 4 comic strip.

due Thursday, October 1, 2015
Latin 2: enjoy Williamsburg!

AP Latin: finish grammar worksheet by Friday (if you haven't already given it to me); translate 1.132-147; prep 1.148-156

Honors Humanities: re-read p.47-69 and write a stunning quotation ID for the section beginning at "So many people..." on p. 56 and ending at "passion for adventure" on p.57.

Greek I: write out vocabulary for 3 beta and write out a translation of the first 5 lines of the 3 beta story.

Latin I: conjugate verbs and compose sentences in Latin.

due Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Latin 2: enjoy Williamsburg!

AP Latin: finish grammar worksheet by Friday (if you haven't already given it to me); translate 1.124-131; prep 1.132-147

Honors Humanities: Pick an issue or question from class today and articulate both sides. Then, take a side and explain your thinking.

Greek I: prepare for Wednesday's test

Latin I: conjugate verbs and compose sentences in Latin.

due Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Latin 2: complete Imperfect and Future Passive

AP Latin: translate 1.115-123; prep 1.123-135

Honors Humanities: complete Society and Reality

Greek I: prepare for Wednesday's test

Latin I: translate sentences.

due Monday, September 28, 2015
Latin 2: complete Passive Verbs

AP Latin: translate 1.110-115; prep 1.116-123

Honors Humanities: complete ITW 1 writing

Greek I: read p.28-29 and take notes and do something to prepare yourself for Wednesday's test.

Latin I: study for Quiz.

due Friday, September 25, 2015
Latin 2: finish answering "Oedipus #2" comprehension questions

AP Latin: translate 1.97-109, prep 1.110-119

Honors Humanities: NO WRITING. Bring "Into the Wild" to class.

Greek I: complete 3beta on p. 27-28

Latin I: study for quiz

due Thursday, September 24, 2015
Latin 2: conjugate and translate 3 verbs in the Passive Voice.

AP Latin: translate 1.97-109, prep 1.110-119

Honors Humanities: NO WRITING. Bring "Into the Wild" to class.

Greek I: read p. 26, write out Greek and translate for Exercise 3 Alpha on p. 27

Latin I: complete sentences.

due Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Latin 2: Vocab #4

AP Latin: translate 1.76-89 and prep 1.89-101

Honors Humanities: pick another quotation that you think is important and sketch out a quotation ID for it (context, paraphrase, structure, important words)

Greek I: write out vocabulary for 3 alpha and read (but don't translate) up to line 16 of the 3 alpha story.

Latin I: correct the mistakes in the sentences you completed for today.

due Monday, September 21, 2015
Latin 2: complete 2,000 points on Memrise course (link at top of page)

AP Latin: translate whatever you got through in class and prep up to 1. 97

Honors Humanities: complete quotation ID and start to review for Wednesday's test

Greek I: decline any five noun-adjective pairs in all five cases.

Latin I: study nominative and accusatives.

due Friday, September 18, 2015
Latin 2: finish composition sentences from Tuesday.

AP Latin: translate 1.60-75, prep 1.76-86.

Honors Humanities: read the rest of "The Apology" and write a response to something that you find worth writing about it.

Greek I: do #2-5 composition for exercise 2 zeta on p.21-22.

Latin I: translate sentences

due Thursday, September 17, 2015
Latin 2: complete Verb Maps and Nouns

AP Latin: translate 1.60-75, prep 1.76-86.

Honors Humanities: read the rest of "The Apology" and write a response to something that you find worth writing about it.

Greek I: read p. 20 and write out a translation of the 2 beta.

Latin I: translate sentences.

due Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Latin 2: complete Verb Maps and Nouns

AP Latin: translate 1.50-59, prep 1.60-75

Honors Humanities: complete Socrates' penalty

Greek I: prepare yourself for Wednesday's quiz

Latin I: translate sentences

due Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Latin 2: complete 2nd declension

AP Latin: do some Memrise (link above)

Honors Humanities: complete Socrates' beliefs

Greek I: prepare yourself for Wednesday's quiz

Latin I: complete conjugating and study new vocab.

due Monday, September 14, 2015
Latin 2: complete Vocab #3

AP Latin: translate 1.44-49, prep 1.50-59

Honors Humanities: complete Apology, gadfly

Greek I: translate Chapter 2 alpha story.

Latin I: complete cases and verb conjugation work

due Friday, September 11, 2015
Latin 2: prepare for the quiz

AP Latin: translate 1.34-43, prep 1.44-49

Honors Humanities: read and write Death and Purpose

Greek I: write out vocab from 2 alpha and complete exercise 2 beta.

Latin I: prepare yourself for the quiz

due Thursday, September 10, 2015
Latin 2: complete More Verbs

AP Latin: translate 1.34-43, prep 1.44-49

Honors Humanities: read and write Death and Purpose

Greek I: complete exercise 1 gamma from p. 10.

Latin I: complete subject and direct object work.


due Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Latin 2: complete More Verbs

AP Latin: translate 1.29-33, prep 1.34-41

Honors Humanities: paraphrase Socrates

Greek I: write out a translation of all of Ch. 8.

Latin I: complete subject and direct object work.


due Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Latin 2: complete verbs and composition: Verbs and Maps

AP Latin: translate 1.23-28, prep 1.29-33

Honors Humanities: read and write: Socrates' refutations

Greek I: write out a translation of all of Ch. 8.

Latin I: complete subject and direct object work and conjugating verbs.

due Friday, September 4, 2015
Latin 2: complete new vocab and verb map: Vocab #2

AP Latin: translate 1.18-22, prep 1.22-28

Honors Humanities: read and write: Apology

Greek I: complete #2-5 of exercise 1 beta on p. 10 and write out new vocab from p. 8

Latin I: conjugate verbs and identify subjects and direct objects.


due Thursday, September 3, 2015
Latin 2: prepare yourself for Thursday's quiz! Quiz handout

AP Latin: translate 1.18-22, prep 1.22-28

Honors Humanities: read and write: Apology

Greek I: prepare yourself for quiz

Latin I: prepare yourself for quiz

due Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Latin 2: prepare yourself for Thursday's quiz! Quiz handout

AP Latin: translate 1. 12-17; write out Latin (and unknown vocab/definitions) for 1.17-24; read facing pages.

Honors Humanities: write a response to something said in class today and further develop your own thoughts about any parts of today's conversations.

Greek I: complete exercise 1 alpha and 1 beta (also write out the Greek and translate for 1 beta)

Latin I: prepare yourself for quiz on Thursday.

due September 1, 2015
Latin 2: complete translation sheet: 1st declension sheet

AP Latin: translate 1.8-11; write out Latin for 1.12-20; read facing pages in textbook.

Honors Humanities: Dialectic

Greek I: complete exercise 1 alpha and 1 beta (also write out the Greek and translate for 1 beta)

Latin I: conjugate verbs


due Monday, August 31, 2015
Latin 2: complete translation sheet: HW due 8/31

AP Latin: write out Latin for I.8-14 and unknown vocabulary; read facing pages in textbok.

Honors Humanities: read pages 10-11 on "Philosophical Methodology" and then complete this writing: Dialectic

Greek I: read the Grammar on p.4-6 and complete exercise 1 alpha.

Latin I: conjugate three verbs and study the vocabulary and verb endings.

due Friday, August 28, 2015
Latin 2: complete composition sheet: Composition

AP Latin: translate up to line 7.

Honors Humanities: study for the test!

Greek I: read the Grammar on p.4-6 and complete exercise 1 alpha.

Latin I: conjugate verbs and write about the Minotaur

due Thursday, August 27, 2015
Latin 2: decline (write it in every case, singular and plural) "casa" and write a sentence in English for each case. Then, write a paragraph about anything, in which you use each case.

AP Latin: translate what we read in class (first 2.5 lines) and read the page opposite of the text.

Honors Humanities: read photocopy on philosophy and write a page in response to something you find interesting.

Greek I: complete #1-20 on p. xviii

Latin I: research and write a paragraph about the Minotaur.

due Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Latin 2: complete case worksheet 2: Cases 2

AP Latin: write out first 7 lines (leaving a blank line between each line) of "The Aeneid" and write out any vocabulary words you don't know at the bottom of the page. The text: Aeneid

Honors Humanities: Examine

Greek I: write out the words and their definitions from p. 2.

due Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Latin 2: complete cases worksheet and study vocab: Cases

AP Latin: Vergil Intro

Honors Humanities: The Beginning

Greek I: write out alphabet and memorize names and letters for tomorrow.

due Thursday, May 28, 2015
Latin I: make progress preparing yourself for the Final Exam! You could: 1) translate the p. 52 story 2) review vocabulary on Memrise 3) pick and review your 10 derivatives to be an expert on 4) pick and review your 5 phrases to be an expert on 5) work on your "Iliad" essay 6) pick and review your 5 paintings to be an expert on. Review Guide

Latin V: make progress preparing yourself for the Final Exam: Review Guide Texts

Honors Humanities: make progress preparing yourself for the final exam: Quotations Final Format

due Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Latin I: make progress preparing yourself for the Final Exam! You could: 1) translate the p. 52 story 2) review vocabulary on Memrise 3) pick and review your 10 derivatives to be an expert on 4) pick and review your 5 phrases to be an expert on 5) work on your "Iliad" essay 6) pick and review your 5 paintings to be an expert on. Review Guide

Latin V: make progress preparing yourself for the Final Exam: Review Guide Texts

Honors Humanities: make progress preparing yourself for the final exam: Quotations Final Format

due Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Latin I: make progress preparing yourself for the Final Exam! You could: 1) translate the p. 52 story 2) review vocabulary on Memrise 3) pick and review your 10 derivatives to be an expert on 4) pick and review your 5 phrases to be an expert on 5) work on your "Iliad" essay 6) pick and review your 5 paintings to be an expert on. Review Guide

Latin V: make progress preparing yourself for the Final Exam: Review Guide Texts

Honors Humanities: bring in texts, write down ideas/phrases/words associated with each author, write down one quotation for each author.

due Friday, May 22, 2015
Latin I: fill in your review sheet and prepare yourself for your personal quiz tomorrow.

Latin V: translate the Hannibal passage!

Honors Humanities: bring in texts, write down ideas/phrases/words associated with each author, write down one quotation for each author.

due Thursday, May 21, 2015
Latin I: complete your Ch. 8 translation packets.

Latin V: write a page - what does Cicero say about the soul and what do you think? Use evidence from the text!

Honors Humanities: work on Tolstoy timeline (due Thursday): Timeline

due Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Latin I: complete worksheet: Cases and Translation

Latin V: write a page - what does Cicero say about the soul and what do you think? Use evidence from the text!

Honors Humanities: work on Tolstoy timeline (due Thursday): Timeline

due Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Latin I: complete worksheet: Cases and Translation

Latin V: none

Honors Humanities: work on Tolstoy timeline (due Thursday): Timeline

due Monday, May 18, 2015
Latin I: complete ex. 8.3 on p. 124

Latin V: complete Cicero worksheet I emailed to you.

Honors Humanities: start Tolstoy timeline: Timeline

due Friday, May 15, 2015
Latin I: complete 8b Vocab

Latin V: "prep" up through line 7 of "Cicero" - this means you read it through a few times, write down phrases you understand, and write down questions whose answers would help you understand the passage better.

Honors Humanities: start Tolstoy Timeline (due 5/21).

due Thursday, May 14, 2015
Latin I: complete Imperatives, 2

Latin V: complete Cicero vocab
Honors Humanities: read Chapter 12 and write in response to this: The Beggar

due Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Latin I: complete the imperatives worksheet

Latin V: complete Cicero vocab

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 11

due Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Latin I: complete the imperatives worksheet

Latin V: prepare yourself for the Quiz

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 10

due Monday, May 11, 2015
Latin I: prepare yourself for Monday's quiz

Latin V: write a satire in the style of Horace.

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 9

due Friday, May 8, 2015
Latin I: complete Quiz review

Latin V: How does Horace feel about his situation and how does he express this in the text? Write a page-long essay and cite lots of evidence from the text.

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 9

due Thursday, May 7, 2015
Latin I: complete Hector worksheet

Latin V: complete Horace grammar work: Horace 3

Honors Humanities: respond to something from class today.

due Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Latin I: complete "possum, posse" worksheet: Possum

Latin V: complete Horace grammar work: Horace 3

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 8

due Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Latin I: complete "possum, posse" worksheet: Possum

Latin V: prep the rest of Horace by reading through the rest of the text. Then, write down and translate two phrases (any group of 3 or more words) you understand, two phrases you do not understand, and two questions (the answers to which would help you understand the passage).

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 7

due Monday, May 4, 2015
Latin I: complete Ch. 8a vocab: Ch. 8a vocab

Latin V: complete Horace grammar 2: Horace grammar 2

Honors Humanities: Tolstoy 7

due Friday, May 1, 2015
Latin I: complete adjective worksheet: Adjectives!

Latin V: complete Horace grammar: Horace Grammar

Honors Humanities: Tolstoy 7

due Thursday, April 30, 2015
Latin I: look up and write down definitions of words you don't know, and identify 3 similarities and 3 differences between Achilles' response to Patroclus' death in the movie and the poem: Achilles' response to Patroclus' death

Latin V: complete Horace vocab: Horace

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 6

due Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Latin I: complete Adjectives worksheet: Adjectives

Latin V: complete Horace vocab: Horace

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 5

due Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Latin I: complete Adjectives worksheet: Adjectives

Latin V: study for Quiz!

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 4

due Monday, April 27, 2015
Latin I: complete your p.44 translate packets/pictures/summaries.

Latin V: complete conditionals worksheet and respond to our Tradition discussion: Contrary to Facts. We will have a quiz on Tuesday!

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 4

due Friday, April 24, 2015
Latin I: complete worksheet: Genitives

Latin V: Caesar worksheet: Caesar Worksheet

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 4

due Thursday, April 23, 2015
Latin I: earn 4,000 on Memrise or do vocab with Mr. Clausen during tutorial today.

Latin V: read the next 6 lines of Caesar ("Quod...faciam"). Write out a translation (translate "Quod" as "but" - it will help you). Also, write out both conditionals and identify which kind each one is.

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy 3

due Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Latin I: complete Declensions worksheet: Declensions

Latin V: read the next 6 lines of Caesar ("Quod...faciam"). Write out a translation (translate "Quod" as "but" - it will help you). Also, write out both conditionals and identify which kind each one is.

Honors Humanities: complete Confession 2, cont.

due Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Latin I: complete Declensions worksheet: Declensions

Latin V: complete Conditionals worksheet: Conditionals

Honors Humanities: Confession 2

due Monday, April 20, 2015
Latin I: write one page comparing Achilles and Agamemnon from our reading and Achilles and Agamemnon from the movie "Troy."

Latin V: make a verb map for "possum, posse, potui = to be able" and write out each noun, its case/number, and reason from the lines we translated today.

Honors Humanities: read "Confession" chapter 1 and write: Confession 1

due Friday, April 17, 2015
Latin I: prepare yourself for the quiz

Latin V: complete Caesar vocab: Caesar Vocab

Honors Humanities: read "Confession" chapter 1 and write: Confession 1

due Thursday, April 16, 2015
Latin I: complete declining and cases worksheet: Declining cases

Latin V: prepare for Thursday's quiz!

Honors Humanities: complete Tolstoy intro: Tolstoy Intro

due Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Latin I: complete dative worksheet #2: Dative 2

Latin V: prepare for Thursday's quiz!

Honors Humanities: prepare for Aristotle assessment!

due Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Latin I: complete dative worksheet #2: Dative 2

Latin V: write out the tense, voice, mood, and translation of every verb in the Lucretia story and write two grammar questions based on the text.

Honors Humanities: prepare yourself for the Aristotle assessment. Send me questions, drafts, thoughts, etc.!

due Monday, April 13, 2015
Latin I: complete Ch. 7b vocab: 7b

Latin V: respond to today's conversation about rape and Lucretia, and complete a verb map for "fero, ferre, tuli, latus = to carry"

Honors Humanities: Read over Aristotle assessment guide and send me an email: Aristotle Assessment

due Friday, April 10, 2015
Latin I: complete Dative worksheet: Dative

Latin V: write out all five "cum" clauses we have read; translate each one; finally, write an explanation of why you have chosen to translate each one as a causal, concessive, or circumstantial clause.

Honors Humanities: Read over Aristotle assessment guide and send me an email: Aristotle Assessment

due Thursday, April 9, 2015
Latin I: complete "Iliad" writing and declining nouns: Iliad and Nouns

Latin V: complete Lucretia vocab and translate (into good English!) #2, 3, 5, and 10 of the "Sententiae Antiquae" on the back on the vocab sheet: Lucretia Vocab

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle II.9 reading and writing: Hitting the Mean


due Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Latin V: complete Lucretia vocab and translate (into good English!) #2, 3, 5, and 10 of the "Sententiae Antiquae" on the back on the vocab sheet: Lucretia Vocab

Honors Humanities: complete Aristotle II.9 reading and writing: Hitting the Mean

due Thursday, March 26, 2015
Latin I: read "The Iliad" and write about it: Iliad

Latin V: prepare yourself for Thursday's quiz

Honors Humanities: read, annotate, and write about 2.4

due Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Latin I: write a response to education: Educatio

Latin V: prepare yourself for Thursday's quiz

Honors Humanities: complete a quotation ID for Aristotle! Aristotle QID

due Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Latin I: write a response to education: Education

Latin V: prepare yourself for Thursday's quiz

Honors Humanities: read and write about II.2

due Monday, March 23, 2015
Latin I: write out the Latin text and translate ex. 6.6 on p. 119.

Latin V: write a full page articulating what you believe Cicero is saying in Ch. 26. Use quotations from the text and eventually provide your own opinion.

Honors Humanities: read Nicomachean Ethics II.1 and write: Aristotle, II.1

due Friday, March 20, 2015
Latin I: prepare yourself for tomorrow's quiz

Latin V: complete Cicero 26 work: Cicero 26 preps, adverbs

Honors Humanities: read Nicomachean Ethics II.1 and write: Aristotle, II.1

due Thursday, March 19, 2015
Latin I: complete 2nd declension worksheet: 2nd declension

Latin V: complete this work: Cicero 26 - little parts of speech

Honors Humanities: read Ch. 8 of Aristotle and write about why Aristotle thinks you can't be happy if you're ugly.

due Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Latin I: complete cases and reasons sheet:Cases and Reasons

Latin V: complete this work: Cicero 26 - little parts of speech

Honors Humanities: complete this reading and writing: Ch. 7b

due Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Latin I: complete cases and reasons sheet:Cases and Reasons

Latin V: identify parts of speech for every word for the rest of Ch. 26 and write out a translation of the first five lines.

Honors Humanities: complete Ch. 7a

due Monday, March 16, 2015
Latin I: complete Ch. 7a vocabulary

Latin V: complete all 3: 1) identify the part of speech of every word in ch. 26 down to "causa." 2) identify the tense/voice/mood of every verb in that section and translate it 3) complete Cicero Vocabulary 3

Honors Humanities: complete Chapter 5 reading and writing for Nicomachean Ethics: Nicomachean Ethics, 5

due Friday, March 13, 2015
Latin I: decline "puella, femina, and casa" AND complete today's translation packet.

Latin V: read the first three lines of Chapter 26. Underline and squiggle AND identify the parts of speech of every word AND the case/# of each noun AND tense/voice/mood of the verb.

Honors Humanities: complete Chapter 5 reading and writing for Nicomachean Ethics: Nicomachean Ethics, 5

due Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Latin I: prepare yourself for the National Latin Exam!!

Latin V: prepare yourself for the National Latin Exam!!

Honors Humanities: read Chapter 4 and complete writing: Nicomachean Ethics, 4

due Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Latin I: complete National Latin Exam review packet.

Latin V: complete #1-20 of 2013 NLE.

Honors Humanities: read and annotate (blanks included) Chapter 2 of "Nicomachean Ethics" and write a response to anything that you find interesting or have questions about from our Aristotle work thus far.

due Thursday, March 5, 2015
Latin I: complete 2012 National Latin Exam and worksheet: Latin phrases

Latin V: complete #1-20 of NLE and pick two items from the "Culture and Civilization" section of the syllabus that you do a little research on and write a paragraph about.

Honors Humanities: read p. 10-13 and fill in blanks; then complete BAH writing on the Good: The Good; (if no school Thursday, also complete this reading and writing: Arts

due Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Latin I: read and annotate reading on Roman home, and draw a picture of a Roman house. Email me if you need to reading (bclausen@latinpcs.org).

Latin V: complete #1-20 of NLE and pick two items from the "Culture and Civilization" section of the syllabus that you do a little research on and write a paragraph about.

Honors Humanities: read the paragraph from "Aristotle's interests...." to "modern thought" (p. 3) and the section called "Plato and Aristotle on the Good" (p. 4). Then, write in answer to two questions: 1) What seem to be the major differences between Plato and Aristotle?" and 2) "Do you view yourself as more of a Platonist (agreeing with Plato) or Aristotelian (agreeing with Aristotle)?"

due Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Latin I: read and annotate reading on Roman home, and draw a picture of a Roman house. Email me if you need to reading (bclausen@latinpcs.org).

Latin V: complete Cicero 22 Prep

Honors Humanities: complete your project (due in my hand at 3:45).

due Monday, March 2, 2015
Latin I: complete National Latin Exam translation and questions: NLE

Latin V: study for Cicero quiz

Honors Humanities: prepare yourself for Monday/Tuesday's assessments

due Friday, February 27, 2015
Latin I: study for quiz!!

Latin V: complete Cicero worksheet: Cicero grammar

Honors Humanities: prepare yourself for Monday/Tuesday's assessments!

due Thursday, February 26, 2015
Latin I: complete quiz review sheet: Quiz review

Latin V: complete Cicero subjunctives: Cicero subjunctives

Honors Humanities: work on your project!

due Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Latin I: complete Genitive worksheet #3: Genitive 3

Latin V: complete Cicero subjunctives: Cicero subjunctives

Honors Humanities: choose a topic for your Plato assessment and write a paragraph outlining it: Plato assessment

due Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Latin I: complete Genitive worksheet #3: Genitive 3

Latin V: Cicero Vocab #2: Cicero vocab #2

Honors Humanities: choose a topic for your Plato assessment and write a paragraph outlining it: Plato assessment

due Monday, February 23, 2015
Latin I: complete Genitive worksheet #2: Genitive 2

Latin V: complete Cicero 22 assignment: Cicero 22 sub-verb

Honors Humanities: do all of the following: 1) agree or disagree with the homework of your classmate that I gave you 2) write and explain a beautiful "both and however" comparing The Matrix and The Allegory. Here is the Plato assessment's outline: Plato assessment


due Friday, February 20, 2015
Latin I: complete your translation/summary/picture packet for the Ch. 6 story.

Latin V: make a verb map for "do, dare, dedi, datus = to give"; read and mark up (with underlines, squiggles, and boxes) the first six lines of Ch. 22 and write a summary of what you think Cicero is saying.

Honors Humanities: do all of the following: 1) agree or disagree with the homework of your classmate that I gave you 2) write and explain a beautiful "both and however" comparing The Matrix and The Allegory.

due Thursday, February 19, 2015
Latin I: Genitive Worksheet 1

Latin V: write a paragraph in which you identify what you consider your "highest good" to be or explain why you do not believe it is important to have a highest good. Also, complete this worksheet: Cicero, 20 summary

Honors Humanities: do writing about p. 87-89: Which World?

due Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Latin I: Ch. 6b vocabulary sheet: 6b

Latin V: write a paragraph in which you identify what you consider your "highest good" to be or explain why you do not believe it is important to have a highest good. Also, complete this worksheet: Cicero, 20 summary

Honors Humanities: write about Justice or the Good: Justice and the Good

due Friday, February 13, 2015
Latin I: study for quiz

Latin V: mark up the rest of Chapter 20 and write a verb map for "scio, score = to know"

Honors Humanities:

due Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Latin I:
complete quiz prep for Friday: Quiz Prep

Latin V: write a strong summary in your own words of the first 5 lines of "De Amicitia" and complete a verb map of "concilio, -are, -avi, -atus = to form"

Honors Humanities: respond to today's discussion about two different ways of viewing reality: 2-tiered (a World of Sight and a World of Forms) or 1-tiered (only a World of Sight). What are the consequences of only believing in a World of Sight? If you do only believe in a World of Sight, how do you account for love and emotions?

due Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Latin I: complete quiz prep for Friday: Quiz Prep

Latin V: complete Cicero subject-verb: Cicero subject-verbs

Honors Humanities: write about why Forms matter: Forms matter?

due Monday, February 9, 2015
Latin I: complete final infinitive worksheet: Infinitives, 3

Latin V: complete Cicero Vocab #1 (Cicero Vocab #1) and complete a verb map for any of the verbs from the Vocab sheet. Email me if you have ask questions.

Honors Humanities: Cave writing: Cave writing

due Friday, February 6, 2015
Latin I: complete next infinitive worksheet: Infinitives

Latin V: study for Catullus quiz

Honors Humanities: Cave writing: Cave writing

due Thursday, February 5, 2015
Latin I: complete infinitive worksheet: Infinitives

Latin V: complete Catullus project

Honors Humanities: complete Tenor, Vehicle, Aspect sheet: Cave

due Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Latin I: complete cases worksheet: Cases worksheet

Latin V: work on Catullus project (due Thursday)

Honors Humanities: read the final page of the Allegory (from "This entire allegory" on p. 85 to the end of p. 86). Annotate thoroughly and fill in the blanks. Then, think about the content (rather than the process) of Enlightenment. Write one paragraph answering the question, "What is Plato saying about reality? What is Enlightenment about (not just how does it work)?"

due Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Latin I: complete cases worksheet: Cases worksheet

Latin V: work on Catullus project (due Thursday)

Honors Humanities: complete Quotation ID on the Cave: Cave Q.I.D.

due Monday, February 2, 2015
Latin I: Epsilon: Ch. 6a vocab sheet: Vocab 6a

Latin I: Gamma: decline these four nouns: puella, casa, puer, amicus

Latin V: work on your projects, due Tuesday!

Honors Humanities: watch and respond to Allegory of the cave video: Allegory of the Cave

due Friday, January 30, 2015
Latin I: Ch. 6a vocab sheet: Vocab 6a

Latin V: come to class with a clear statement of your project and at least 5 index cards (or similar accomplishment).

Honors Humanities: Watch and respond to Allegory of the cave video: Allegory of the Cave

due Thursday, January 29, 2015
Latin I: complete Roman numeral worksheet.
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Latin V: see my email.
Honors Humanities: complete "Process of Enlightenment" writing.

due Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Latin I: complete translation worksheet:
<iframe src="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NiR4_auE-v6TCbUoRR3pCK5uTGCe9Xr6D71cIX3Nae0/pub?embedded=true"></iframe>

Latin V: pick your assessment and come in with an outline of what you'd like to do.

Honors Humanities: "There do exist some issues or topics on which some beliefs are more complete or better or closer to the truth than others" OR "There are no issues or topics on which some beliefs are more complete or better or closer to the truth than others. All beliefs about all issues are only different, never more or less complete, better or worse, closer to or further from the truth." Which statement do you agree with and why? Please provide reasons.

due Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Latin I: complete translation worksheet:
<iframe src="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NiR4_auE-v6TCbUoRR3pCK5uTGCe9Xr6D71cIX3Nae0/pub?embedded=true"></iframe>

Latin V: pick your assessment and come in with an outline of what you'd like to do.

Honors Humanities: complete Cave reading and drawing:
<iframe src="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LsGEzzOE_lgBF--plII8y5eM13im8lsY9Q8cm34WLfM/pub?embedded=true"></iframe>

due Monday, January 26, 2015
Latin I: Write in answer to: "What makes a powerful person good or bad? What would we need to know about Caesar in order to know whether he used power in a good or bad way?"

Latin V: write in response to conversation about Love and Hate.

Honors Humanities: complete "Cave Prep" writing

due Friday, January 23, 2015
Latin I: Gamma: p. 117, ex. 5.6 #2, 3, 5 and ex. 5.7 #1, 4

Latin V: complete #1-6 on p. 67-68

Honors Humanities: Cave Prep!

due Thursday, January 22, 2015
Latin I: complete writing about this painting:
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/93/Siege-alesia-vercingetorix-jules-cesar.jpg

Latin V:
complete Catullus 11 worksheet #2:

Honors Humanities: prepare your quotation ID for tomorrow's quiz.

due Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Latin I: complete preposition worksheet:


Latin V: complete Catullus 11 worksheet #2:

Honors Humanities: complete "Apology" writing:


due Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Latin I: complete preposition worksheet:

Latin V: complete Catullus 11 worksheet:

Honors Humanities: complete more reading and writing on the "Apology":


due Friday, January 16, 2015
Latin I: complete Vocab 5b sheet:

Latin V: write a page-long response to today's conversation.

Honors Humanities: complete more reading and writing on the "Apology":

due Thursday, January 15, 2015
Latin I: study for quiz! Epsilon, you will take it during the second half of class.

Latin V: complete Catullus 11 vocabulary and subjunctive work:

Honors Humanities: Either 1) What does Socrates say about wisdom on p. 33-38 or 2) How does Socrates refute the two charges on p. 38-41

due Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Latin I: complete Ablative worksheet, study for Thursday's quiz:

Latin V: complete Catullus 11 vocabulary and subjunctive work:

Honors Humanities: read p. 33-38 of Plato's "Apology" and prepare for reading quiz.

due Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Latin I: complete Ablative worksheet, study for Thursday's quiz:

Latin V: study for quiz on Catullus 72

Honors Humanities: complete Virtue writing:

due Monday, January 12, 2015
Latin I: complete next Ablative worksheet:

Latin V: complete case work for Catullus 72:

Honors Humanities: write a response to something from "Meno" or write up some research about Socrates.

due Friday, January 9, 2015
Latin I: complete Ablative worksheet:

Latin V: write an essay in which you answer the question, "What is Catullus talking about in lines 5-8? What do you think he is saying?" Please include at least three quotations from the text.

Honors Humanities: write a response to something from "Meno" or do some research on Socrates.

due Thursday, January 8, 2015
Latin I: Gamma period: complete ex. 5.6 #1,4 and ex. 5.7 #2,3,5; Epsilon period: complete case worksheet from yesterday

Latin V: complete Catullus 72 #2 (link below)

Honors Humanities: read and annotate "Meno" and write a paraphrase. Email me if you need the worksheet.

due Wednesday, January 6, 2015
Latin I: complete case review worksheet:

Latin V: complete Catullus 72 #2:

Honors Humanities: write about dialectic, debate, and casual conversation:

due Tuesday, January 5, 2015
Latin I: complete case review worksheet:

Latin V:

Honors Humanities:

due Thursday, December 18, 2014
Latin I: Epsilon: conjugate and translate "do, dare" "iaceo, iacere" and "pono, ponere" AND write 5 sentences in English that contain verbs from Ch. 5.

Latin V: Write 5 sentences in English that are Future Less Vivid conditions and write the verbs in Latin (in the present subjunctive) AND make flashcards or mnemonics for the vocabulary on p. 60 vocabulary.

Honors Humanities: none.

due Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Latin I: complete Ch. 5 cartoons worksheet:

Latin V: Write 5 sentences in English that are Future Less Vivid conditions and write the verbs in Latin (in the present subjunctive) AND make flashcards or mnemonics for the vocabulary on p. 60 vocabulary.

Honors Humanities: prepare your presentation. And get ready to be in the classroom at 12:50 to leave for the Hirshhorn!

due Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Latin I: complete Ch. 5 cartoons worksheet:

Latin V: translate the 6 lines on 55 (Catullus 70)in two ways: one Latinate, one Anglo-Saxon.

Honors Humanities: write your paper!

due Monday, December 15, 2014
Latin I: complete the p. 31 translation packet and be ready to turn it in at the beginning of class on Monday.

Latin V: read carefully p. 51-52 (Catullus 70 intro) and complete Exercise A and B on p 52.

Honors Humanities: as assigned.

due Thursday, December 11, 2014
Latin I: earn 2,000 more points on Memrise (you should now be at 6,000 for the week).

Latin V: complete Ex. B on p. 47

Honors Humanities: as assigned.

due Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Latin I: earn 4,000 more points on Memrise.

Latin V: as assigned by Ms. Smith.

Honors Humanities: as assigned.

due Monday, December 8, 2014
Latin I: complete ex. 5.3 on p.115. Write the English verbs in parentheses in Latin, and then write out a translation of each sentence.

Latin V: as assigned.

Honors Humanities: as assigned.

due Thursday, December 4, 2014
Latin I: conjugate and translate "clamo, clamare," "iaceo, iacere," "emo, emere," and "advenio, advenire"

Latin V: as assigned.

Honors Humanities: as assigned.

due Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Latin I: complete ex. 5.2 on p. 115

Latin V: as assigned.

Honors Humanities: as assigned.

due Monday, November 24, 2014
Latin I: work on your myth projects, due Monday the 24th! Information here:

Latin V: as assigned by Ms. Rieger.

Honors Humanities: as assigned by Ms. Smith.


due Friday, November 21, 2014
Latin I: work on your myth projects, due Monday the 24th! Information here:

Latin V: as assigned by Ms. Rieger.

Honors Humanities: as assigned by Ms. Smith.


due Thursday, November 20, 2014
Latin I: start working on your myth projects, due Monday the 24th! Information here:

Latin V: make flashcards for Catullus 2 vocab

Honors Humanities: as assigned by Ms. Smith.


due Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Latin I: start working on your myth projects, due Monday the 24th! Information here:

Latin V: make flashcards for Catullus 2 vocab

Honors Humanities: as assigned by Ms. Smith.

due Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Latin I: start working on your myth projects, due Monday the 24th! Information here:

Latin V: work on your etymology knowledge! http://www.memrise.com/course/141906/latin-roots-prefixes-suffixes-for-gre/

Honors Humanities: as assigned by Ms. Smith.


due Friday, November 14, 2014
Latin I: complete this work:

Latin V: complete vocab for Catullus #2:

Honors Humanities: complete Value Theory:


due Thursday, November 13, 2014
Latin I: complete writing about Pomepii video:

Latin V: study for quiz

Honors Humanities: read the final paragraph in the Metaphysics section on Page 7. Articulate the two positions mentioned in the paragraph and then explain which camp you agree with and why.

due Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Latin I: complete Reading assignment (p. 27-29):

Latin V: study for quiz

Honors Humanities: complete 2nd logic practice:


due Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Latin I: complete Reading assignment (p. 27-29):

Latin V: study for quiz

Honors Humanities: complete logic practice:


due Monday, November 10,2014
Latin I: complete vocab 4b and finish your translation packet: ,

Latin V: memorize any four-line chunk of Catullus 51 and come in with three specific questions about the text on p. 17. Quiz Tuesday on Tuesday!

Honors Humanities: read, annotate, think, write:


due Friday, November 7, 2014
Latin I: prepare yourself for the Quiz (Ch. 3 verbs, 1/2 of Ch. 4 words; p. 25 story; 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th conjugations)

Latin V: translate lines 5-8 and re-do #6-11 of exercise B

Honors Humanities: read, annotate, think, write:


due Thursday, November 6, 2014
Latin I: complete conjugation worksheet:

Latin V: Exercise B #1-11 on p.14-15 and translate the lines we read in class

Honors Humanities: write a page in response to something from class today.

due Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Latin I: complete verb worksheet:

Latin V: Exercise B #1-11 on p.14-15 and translate the lines we read in class.

Honors Humanities: read and annotate p. 3-5

due Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Latin I: complete verb worksheet:

Latin V: read xxiii-xxiv of Introduction (potential quiz!) and either write mnemonics or make flashcards for p. 12 vocab.

Honors Humanities: work on Kravinsky project!

due Monday, November 3, 2014
Latin I; conjugate and translate a verb from each conjugation: laudo, laudare; maneo, manere; cado, cadere; and audio, audire.

Latin V: respond to the Hannibal video and review the subjunctive mood on p.21-29 (odds) for a potential quiz on Monday.

Honors Humanities: work on Kravinsky assessment:

due Friday, October 31, 2014
Latin I: p. 114, exercise 4.5 - write out the Latin and then translate into English.

Latin V: respond to the Hannibal video and review the subjunctive mood on p.21-29 (odds) for a potential quiz on Monday.

Honors Humanities: Kravinsky assessment due by 11:59pm Tuesday, November 4:

due Thursday, October 30, 2014
Latin I: Vocabulary 4a:

Latin V: respond in a good page to some comment or thought from class today.

Honors Humanities: Kravinsky assessment due by 11:59pm Tuesday, November 4:


due Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Latin I: 3rd principal part and composition worksheet:

Latin V: respond in a good page to some comment or thought from class today.

Honors Humanities: annotate the rest of "The Gift."

due Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Latin I: 3rd principal part and composition worksheet:

Latin V: respond in 1/2 page to a page to one of the questions raised about Roman religion in class. Nia - write in response to some question you wonder about.

Honors Humanities: come to class ready to discuss the p. 61 paragraph about Romanticism and Utilitarianism.

due Monday, October 27, 2014
Latin I: composition worksheet:

Latin V: read and annotate packet on Roman religion and come in with one bit you want to talk about.

Honors Humanities: write about Zell's argument:


due Friday, October 24, 2014
Latin I: read p.20-24 and write 1/2 page of notes. Then, write a paragraph about whether American or Roman slavery was worse.

Latin V: study for test

Honors Humanities: writing about Zell's argument.

due Thursday, October 23, 2014
Latin I: study for Thursday's test. Practice test here:

Latin V: identify and translate the bolded sections from the review packet

Honors Humanities: Write out one of the three paragraphs here:

due Wednesday, October 23, 2014
Latin I: complete another 3 sections of the test review packet.

Latin V: identify and translate the bolded sections from the review packet.

Honors Humanities: complete reading and writing for "The Gift":

due Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Latin I: complete another 3 sections of the test review packet (attached below)

Latin V: complete essay writing for Friday's test

Honors Humanities: write a response to today's discussion about calculating good and bad.

due Monday, October 20, 2014
Latin I: complete 3 of the 7 review activities for Thursday's test:

Latin V: translate 2 3-line chunks (without looking at your old translations) from the review packet:

Honors Humanities: read and complete writing for Kravinsky, 2:


due Friday, October 17, 2014
Latin I: complete cases and reasons paragraph worksheet:

Latin V: complete Livy 31, Part 2!!

Honors Humanities: "Are numbers Realer than everything else? Why or why not?"


due Wednesday, October 14, 2014
Latin I: complete declensions worksheet:

Latin V: complete worksheet on Ch. 31:

Honors Humanities: Write a full quotation ID (yes!!) for the quotation "Everything else can change, but numbers remain the same; numbers are your best friends. I needed to leverage my intellect, return to math." Be sure to comment on the following important words: everything, numbers, friends. Those comments should explain why the words are important to the article and Kravinsky.

due Tuesday, October 13, 2014
Latin I: Gamma period: complete "Women" writing attached here and p.110, ex.3.1 #3-6:
Epsilon period: complete worksheet:

Latin V: translate lines 8-14 (at least!!)

Honors Humanities: read p.54-58 of "The Gift" and complete this writing:


due Friday, October 9, 2014
Latin I: Write a 1/2 page response to each of the questions on the bottom of this handout and complete ex. 3.1 #3-6 p. 110:

Latin V: complete Livy Chapter 11 worksheet:

Honors Humanities: read p.54-58 of "The Gift" and complete this writing:



due Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Latin I: complete cases worksheet:

Latin V: complete Livy vocab #4 and study for quiz declining nouns in all declensions (neuters included).

Honors Humanities: prepare for Thursday's quiz:

due Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Latin I: complete cases worksheet:

Latin V: study for quiz!!!!!

Honors Humanities:

due Monday, October 6, 2014
Latin I: vocabulary 3a worksheet:

Latin V: complete worksheet to review for Tuesday's quiz:


Honors Humanities: revise old HWs, ITW paper, AK test

due Friday, October 3, 2014
Latin I: study for tomorrow's quiz. Email me if you have questions.

Latin V: none

Honors Humanities: make-up old work!

due Thursday, October 2, 2014
Latin I: complete another case worksheet!

Latin V: translate lines 1-10 of Livy, Chapter 9

Honors Humanities: complete "Your Change" writing:

due Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Latin I: complete next case worksheet:

Latin V: translate lines 1-10 of Livy, Chapter 9

Honors Humanities: complete "Change" reading and writing:


due Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Latin I: complete next case worksheet:

Latin V: complete Livy Chapter 9 participle worksheet:

Honors Humanities: complete "What are Parents Owed" writing:

due Monday, September 29, 2014
Latin I: complete case worksheet:

Latin V: complete participle worksheet:

Honors Humanities: complete "not parents" writing:

due Friday, September 26, 2014
Latin I: Gamma period: identify the cases of the words you wrote down at the end of class. Also, write three sentences in which you use "mouse" as a direct object, and three sentences in which you use "school" as a direct object.
Epsilon period__: complete Case worksheet

Latin V: complete Hannibal VII, 2 worksheet:

Honors Humanities: complete "Not Parents" writing.

due Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Latin I: complete Vocab 2a worksheet:

Latin V: write out a translation of lines 1-8 of Livy, Chapter VII

Honors Humanities: think of questions to ask on tomorrow's field trip.

due Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Latin I: complete Vocab 2a worksheet:

Latin V: complete Hannibal VII reading and questions:

Honors Humanities: complete Chastity writing:

due Monday, September 22, 2014
Latin I: complete translations from Chapter 2:

Latin V: complete corrections on Case worksheet and study for Monday's quiz

Honors Humanities: complete Idea of Parents: OR write 3 "both...and...however" statements about ITW, Anna Karenina, or general life characters

due Friday, September 19, 2014
Latin I: complete translations from Chapter 2:

Latin V: new vocab worksheet:

Honors Humanities: complete Idea of Parents or write 3 "BAH"s

due Thursday, September 18, 2014
Latin I: complete verb worksheet:

Latin V: complete worksheet on cases:

Honors Humanities: either write 3 "both/and/however" statements or complete "parents" writing:


due Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Latin I: complete sentence worksheet:

Latin V: complete worksheet on cases:

Honors Humanities: write about similarities between five characters:

due Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Latin I: complete sentence worksheet:

Latin V: complete questions about translation and read about Saguntum:

Honors Humanities: complete quotation ID for this passage:


due Monday, September 15, 2014
Latin I: complete worksheet with new verbs:

Latin V: write out a translation of the rest of Chapter 4 of Hannibal, and write a response to our conversation from class today.

Honors Humanities: re-read p.98-132 and complete writing described here:


due Friday, September 12, 2014
Latin I: write a page-long response to today's conversation. If you are having a hard time, try answering the question, "Are our similarities a bigger deal than our differences?" Also, conjugate and translate any three verbs from the new vocabulary words.

Latin V: correct your translation based on what we read today. Also, read and annotate the handout on Carthage.

Honors Humanities: re-read p.98-132 and complete writing described here:

due Thursday, September 11, 2014
Latin I: complete Vocabulary 2a and rest of this worksheet:

Latin V: analyze any four verbs and nouns from Chapter 4 of Hannibal and read up to line 13. You should come in to class with the text marked up and either a written-out translation or a summary of the section.

Honors Humanities: EITHER write about whether you find perfection appealing (one full page) OR write a quotation ID on one of these:


due Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Latin I: complete practice quiz:

Latin V: analyze any four verbs and nouns from Chapter 4 of Hannibal and read up to line 13. You should come in to class with the text marked up and either a written-out translation or a summary of the section.

Honors Humanities: complete free range "ITW" assignment (you may also write about something said in class today):


due Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Latin I: complete practice quiz:

Latin V: for the first 3 lines of Chapter 4 of Hannibal: identify the case/reason of each noun, and the tense/person/number/mood/voice of each verb. Also, write two sentences in English that exhibit some beauty and symmetry.

Honors Humanities: complete writing society and reality:

due Monday, September 8, 2014
Latin I: read and annotate handout, write down five words whose definitions you don't know, and write down one question you have about what you read. Our first quiz will be Wednesday.

Latin V: 3 things: 1) correct your mistakes on the homework assignment I gave back today. 2) Write the following sentences in Latin (be careful!): 1. The watches tired out my character. 2. The heat of the altar survives. 3. No one had seen boldness or treachery. 3) Answer the following questions about today's translation: 1. What care are "audaciae" and "consilii"? 2. What two qualities of Hannibal are mentioned in the first sentence?

Honors Humanities: re-read p.47-69 and write the first two parts of a quotation ID for the attached quotation:

due Friday, September 5, 2014
Latin I: write a 1/2 response to the quotation "Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero."

Latin V: study for quiz

Honors Humanities: Paper due Friday.

due Thursday, September 4, 2014
Latin I: complete "forming and translating verbs":
Latin I Memrise sire: Memrise

Latin V: complete vocabulary #2 and finish this worksheet:
Latin V Memrise site: Memrise Latin V

Honors Humanities: write about which of Chris' reasons most resonates with you and which least resonates with you. Your writing should be a page. And your Paper is due on Friday.


due Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Latin I: complete verb worksheet:
Latin I Memrise sire: Memrise

Latin V: complete vocabulary #2 and finish this worksheet:

Honors Humanities: re-read Author's Note and p.3-46 of ITW. Continue to work on paper due Friday. Email me for help (bclausen@latinpcs.org).

due Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Latin I: complete verb worksheet:
Latin I Memrise site: Memrise

Latin V: look back over your 5 declensions! The Declensions

Honors Humanities: bring in your copy of "Into the Wild" on Tuesday. You have a paper due on Friday on the question "Why did Chris go into the wild?" You should articulate three reasons, each of which is supported by three pieces of evidence from the text.



due Friday, August 29, 2014
Latin I: complete verb worksheet:

Latin V: write out a translation of the sentence we did today. Then, make a list of all of the verb and participles from the story and translate them.

Honors Humanities: AK test!

due Thursday, August 28, 2014
Latin I: complete next prefix/suffix worksheet:

Honors Latin V: think of tricks for vocabulary words and list five grammatical pieces from what we've read that you don't understand:

Honors Humanities: examine your life:

due Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Latin I: complete prefix/suffix worksheet:

Latin V: complete questions about translation:

Honors Humanities: think about what is and what is not really life:

due Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Latin I: complete vocabulary and short story worksheet:

Latin V: 3 things: 1) make three observations about each painting and write a sentence comparing the two
2) translate the first sentence of the paragraph
3) identify the words you don't know in the paragraph

Honors Humanities: complete "unexamined life" writing: