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STUDENT SUPPORT (Help Sessions, Testing, Retesting)

  • Academic Lab on regular B days
    • NOTE: You must make an appointment with me and get a signed pass in advance to visit me in Ac Lab. 
  • after school almost always
  • NO AFTER SCHOOL HELP SESSION ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 

 

 

GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

The Blue Sheet

("The Blue Sheet") for all classes detailing contact methods, supplies, expectations, and  the district grading scale, some of which pertains more to in-person instruction.

 


 

LATIN III (1st hr.)

 

  • Maintain and review your personal study log, notebook, and flashcards, prerequisites for any retest.

 

Useful Links Latin III

  • Ecce Romani
    (Search for "Rockwood"; then click "Go."  If you are logged in to your Rockwood account, you should be redirected to our textbook page.) 
  • My Ecce II page
  • Basic Grammar Help 
    • NOTE: There is no charge for these drills, nor are you required to enter any personal information whatsoever to obtain them. 
    • Get the Latin Flash and Vocab Drills for free here, versions 5.0 contain grammar and vocab based on all the listed textbooks.   You can also select versions 4.6 for Ecce Romani grammar or vocab only for Windows or for Mac.  (I was not able to download them through Chrome, but was able to do so with Internet Explorer and Edge.)
    • Get the Lingua Latin practice here.  (This did download in my Chrome browser.)

 

Grammar References Latin III

 

Assignments Latin III

 

Wed., Apr. 27

  • Upcoming testing
    • Participle check 2
    • Indirect statement test 2 

Fri., Apr. 22

  • Indirect statement test 1: everything present

Thurs., Apr. 14

Fri., Apr. 1

  • Chapter 45 story
  • Catullus 2, 3
    • Find online help here

Wed., Mar. 30

  • Ex. 44b, d.

Week of Mar. 14 and beyond

  • Upcoming translation testing in chapters 41 and 42.

Mon., Mar. 14

  • "Ecce 40" Translation Test
    • Choice of items all with present active participles. 

Mon., Mar. 7

  • Complete the chapter 42 story if necessary.
  • Study the chapter information on subjunctive and use it to complete exercise 42e. 

Wed., Mar. 2

  • Get through chapter 41 and into 42 as quickly as you can.
  • Don't forget to make arrangements for a study session for recent testing.  The weather is finally cooperating. 

Thurs., Feb. 17

  • Complete the semideponent exercises in chapter 40 if you need to.

Tues., Feb. 15

  • Time and Place Quiz

Thurs., Feb. 10

  • Complete the chapter 40 story if necessary, so we can move quickly to the next activity: 
  • Translate and do scansion practice for the Aeneid opening (39g).
  • Don't forget to submit 39f, the life of Vergil, if you have not already done so.
  • Students working in Our Latin Heritage II: we will meet sometime on Thursday or Friday this week in a small group. 

Tues., Feb. 8

  • Chapters 37, 38 Translation Test
    • Choice of discrete sentences from each chapter
    • Verbs include active and passive voice and deponent verbs. 

Wed., Jan. 26

  • Again, work selectively on 39b, but 39c and d you should do completely.
  • Read about the life of Vergil in 39f on p. 123  and answer the questions.
    • Answer in English, but cite the Latin and the line number or numbers that provide your answer.
      • Ex.: Vergil was the greatest Roman poet ("Pūblius . . . poētārum" line 1).
      • NOTE: It is fine to use ellipsis in your answers.
    • Submit your answers through Canvas. 

Wed., Jan. 19

  • Some quick number and Roman numeral work from the chapter 38 exercises, then on to chapter 39.

 

 

AP LATIN (1st hr.)

 

  • Maintain and review your notebook, text, and vocab, prerequisites for any retest.

 

Useful Links AP

  • Find the daily reading syllabus here.
  • Geoffrey Steadman's AP Caesar Text (free to download)
  • My Caesar Page
  • My Aeneid Page 
  • Basic Grammar Help
    • NOTE: There is no charge for these drills, nor are you required to enter any personal information whatsoever to obtain them. 
    • Get the Latin Flash and Vocab Drills for free here, versions 5.0 contain grammar and vocab based on all the listed textbooks.   You can also select versions 4.6 for Ecce Romani grammar or vocab only for Windows or for Mac.  (I was not able to download them through Chrome, but was able to do so with Internet Explorer and Edge.)
    • Get the Lingua Latin practice here.  (This did download in my Chrome browser.)

 

Grammar References AP

 

Assignments AP

 

Find the daily reading syllabus here.

 

Wed., Apr. 27

  • Aeneid Test 4: Aen. 2.40-56, 201-49, 268-97, 559-620
  • Submit completed by test day your "headlines" and accompanying stories (highlights, bullet points) for each of the Book 2 selections.  You may submit via Canvas.
    • NOTE: Our line distribution comprises eight sections, so you submit eight items.
      • Sample from sight reading of Aen. 1.579-605a
        • "Astonishing News from Carthage: Trojan Aeneas Pops out of a Magic Cloud
          1. Achates and Aeneas want out of the cloud.
          2. Achates points out that everything prophesied by Venus has come true.
          3. The cloud disperses.
          4. Aeneas stands revealed like a god or a work of art (thanks to his mother).
          5. Aeneas praises, thanks, and blesses Dido, but inadequately he says
  • Prepare headlines for Aeneid 4 as we make our way through the syllabus. 

Fri., Apr. 8

Wed., Apr. 6

  • Aeneid Test 3: Aen. 1.418-40, 494-578.

Wed., Mar. 16

  • Aeneid Test 2: Aen. 1.102-209
    • NOTE: The third Aeneid test will cover the remainder of book 1: Aen. 1.418-40, 494-575.
    • Expect at least one translation and one multiple choice passage. 

Mon., Mar. 7 (postponed)

  • In the week of Mar. 7-11, you will be taking the ALIRA test, a step to qualify for the Missouri Seal of Biliteracy on your high school diploma.  There is no cost to you.

Thurs., Feb. 17

  • Study session deadline for Aeneid Test 1 retesting.
  • Latin lexical research project due. 

Tues., Feb. 8

  • Tentative date for Aeneid Test 1: Aen. 1.1-101
    • NOTE: we have already test lines 1-11.

Fri., Jan. 21

  • Just to make the point, you are supposed to have completed through line 86 by Friday.

Wed., Jan. 19

  • We begin using class time for the Aeneid syllabus.  Begin at Aen. 1.23-41. 

 

 

CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY (2nd hr.)

 

Useful Links Mythology

 

Assignments Mythology

 

Myth Terms

 

Mon., May 9

Thurs., May 5

  • Mythology Writing Prompt 6 (=5): "Was Artemis cruel or just in her treatment of Actaeon? of Callisto?  Provide support for your opinion/s.
  • Mythology Writing Prompt 7 (=6): "If, like Admetus, you could escape death as long as someone else would take your place, would you ask someone to die for you?  Why or why not?  Is there anyone whose place you would be willing to take?  Why or why not?" 

Tues., Apr. 26

  • Jason test

Tues., Apr. 12

  • Units 7, 8 test

Fri., Apr. 1

  • Mythology Writing Prompt 5 (=7): "Breaking News: Zeus and Mnemosyne had one or more forgotten daughters who have now taken their places among their sisters, the Muses.  What specific arts will they inspire in 2022, and what are their names (use English names that connect to or otherwise suggest their roles)?”

Thurs., Mar. 31

  • Units 3. 4 test.

Tues., Mar. 8

  • Mythology Writing Prompt 2: "If you could receive a Silver Age lifespan, a childhood (to approximately age 20) that lasted a century and an adulthood that flew by (perhaps to 60 or 80) in 20 years, would you accept it?  Why or why not?"
  • Mythology Writing Prompt 3: "Do you believe that Hesiod is correct that we are living in an Iron Age?  Why or why not?"
  • Mythology Writing Prompt 4: Do you believe it is good or bad that Hope is still sealed in Pandora’s jar?  Explain your reasoning.”
    • Please submit through Canvas.  There will be a separate portal for each prompt. 

Thurs., Mar. 3

  • Mythology Writing Prompt 1: "If, like Tithonus, you could receive the gift of immortality, but you would keep aging forever, would you accept this offer?  Why or why not?"
    • Please submit through Canvas. 

Wed., Feb. 23

  • Interpreters Test 

Wed., Feb. 16

  • Archetypes quiz

Thurs., Jan. 27

  • Prepare your archetypal analysis of some story, book, film, etc.  You may submit it in Canvas. 

Tues., Jan. 25

  • What is a legend (also called saga)?  You may wish to view a dictionary definition to help you think of how you understand this term.  Upload your definition in Canvas.

Mon., Jan. 24

  • What is a fairy tale (also called folktale)?  Upload your definition in Canvas.

Thurs., Jan. 20

  • Please respond to these questions for submission on Thurs., Jan. 20:

    1. Why did you take this class?
    2. What is a myth?
  • Please return the signed orange sheet by Mon., Jan. 24.

 

 

LATIN II (5th hr.)

 

Useful Links Latin II

 

Grammar References Latin II

 

Assignments Latin II

 

Upcoming testing

  • Testing over lesser tense translations 
  • Perfect passive

Mon., Apr. 25

  • Complete chapter 32 exercises pertaining to perfect passives preparatory to a small quiz
  •  Chapter 33 translation

Thurs., Apr. 14

  • Chapter 32 translation

Wed., Apr. 6

  • Passive quiz

Fri., Apr. 1

  • History IV: Deadly Struggles
    • Answer the questions and submit through Canvas. 

Wed., Mar. 30

  • 31b story translated.

Wed., Mar. 16

  • Tentative date for chapter 29 translation test
  • Other upcoming testing: passive voice 

Mon., Mar. 14

  • Complete chapter 31 story if necessary.

Wed., Mar. 9

  • Go on to chapter 31, but be sure to complete 30d (English to Latin translation items first). 

Mon., Mar. 7

  • Go on to chapter 31.
  • Relative pronouns are our next quiz topic. 

Fri., Mar. 4

  • Relative pronoun quiz (postponed)

Wed., Mar. 2

  • Chapter 29 vocab quiz

Thurs., Feb. 17

  • Study session for chapter 28 vocab quiz for retesting 

Fri., Feb. 11

  • According to Ovid (p. 8), there were many ways that a woman could arrange her hair.  Using his descriptions, locate images on the Internet or in magazines that illustrate his words.  Of the eight descriptions Ovid provides, you must select three to illustrate.  12 pts. ea., 36 pts. total.
    • See your handout and Canvas for more details and a submission location.
    • NOTE: I will accept the assignment after Fri., Feb. 11, but it was time to get it onto the calendar. 

Thurs., Feb. 10

  • Exercises from chapter 29
    • relative pronouns: c, d
      • Be sure to analyze and explain the choices.
    • e, g, h 

Tues., Feb. 8

  • Chapter 28 vocab quiz
  • Latin to English and English to Latin
  • Be able to reproduce the vocab entries exactly as they appear in chapter 28. 

Fri., Jan. 28

  • Get the relative pronoun exercises completed; continue to chapter 29.

Fri., Jan. 21

  • Complete exercise 27e according to the directions.
  • Read the story "Roman Influence in the East: 168 BC" on pages 264-65 and answer the questions.
    • Answer in English, but cite the Latin and the line number that provides your answer.
      • Ex.: Antiochus was the king of Syria ("Antiochus, rēx Syriae" line 3).
      • NOTE: It is fine to use ellipsis ("Antiochus . . . Syriae" line 3). 
    • Submit your answers through Canvas.
  • Begin your work in Ecce II with the chapter 28 story. 

 

 

ANCIENT GREEK 1 (6th hr.)

 

  • Maintain and review your notebook, text, and vocab, prerequisites for any retest.

 

Useful Links Greek 1

  • My Athenaze page
  • Learn the Greek alphabet! 
    • Practice writing the Greek alphabet with these sheets (print them two-sided to save paper):
    • Practice alphabetical order with these activities.  Print off the sheets; cut out the letters and scramble them; then put them in the correct order.
    • Help from the Online Textbook 
      • Go to the online textbook (enter page 20) for help and practice with
        • transliteration (page 20) = which letter/s in our alphabet each Greek letter equals
        • writing (pages 21-22) = a guide how to write the lowercase letters (mine will look a little different)
    • Three Useful Videos (with my commentary)
    • Practice with these online flashcards

 

Assignments Greek 1

 

Thurs., Apr. 28

  • Answer the questions for "ὁ Θησεὺς τὴν Ἀριάδνην καταλείπει"on pages 91-92 as before: provide the answers and cite the Greek and line numbers from the text.  You may upload in Canvas.

Wed., Apr. 13

  • 6β story as needed

Tues., Apr. 12

  • Athenaze 6a vocab quiz
    • Greek to English 

Thurs., Apr. 7

  • Theseus evaluation test 
    • In a well-constructed paragraph evaluate Theseus as a good or bad hero. Your paragraph should include a topic sentence in which you state your argument, at least five pieces of supporting evidence with commentary, and a final sentence in which you draw a conclusion. 
    • Here's a good site to review and read more about Theseus: Mythweb.
    • It's fine to prepare an outline and bring it to use. 

Tues., Apr. 4

  • Read the material on middle voice.
    • Copy the verb charts from the book for regular, epsilon contract, and alpha contract verbs. 
  • Review the 6α vocab for upcoming testing.
  • Prepare for the Theseus test. 

Tues., Mar. 29

  • 6α story for class.

Thurs., Mar. 17

Tues., Mar. 15

  • Testing over uses of αὐτ-.

Mon., Mar. 14

  • Come to class with exercises 5ζ and η completed according to the directions.

Fri., Mar. 4

  • You must submit any delinquent Q&A assignments for 4β and 5β by today to receive credit for them.

Fri., Feb. 25

  • Verb Endings Quiz
    • Demonstrate recognition of the endings for regular and contract verbs. 

Wed., Feb. 9

  • We will do basically everything in chapter 5.  Don't wait for me to assign it.  Continue working, study vocab and grammar.
  • You may submit the answers to the 5β reading "ὁ Ἄργος τὰ πρόβατα σῴζει" here.
    • Remember to answer in English, but cite the Greek with line numbers that provides the answer.  You may use ellipsis (. . . ) between the first and last words of the Greek.
      • Example: What are Philip and his father doing as the story opens?
        • They are walking slowly (ὅ . . . βαδίζουσιν, line 1). 

Mon., Jan. 24

line 3 of the scansion slide presentation.pdf 

  • Use the above file and try your hand at scansion.  We will go over it next week, but you can write your solution on the paper and upload a scanned version in Canvas.
  • Create the forms of the 2nd declension feminine noun ἡ νῆσος for Mon.  Remember that if the ultima is long, there will be an acute accent on the penult instead of the original circumflex and that the genitive plural in 1st declension nouns always has a circumflex on the ultima.
  • Translate the poem on page 53; it's only two lines long. 

Thurs., Jan. 20

  • Create the forms of the noun ὁ πολῑ́της, complete exercise 4κ (be sure to include the original Greek), and submit the Q&A for the reading αἱ γυναῖκες τοὺς ἄδρας πείθουσιν on page 51 in Canvas.

Tues., Jan. 18

  • Be ready to finish the 4β story on Tues., Jan. 18, and continue in that chapter.  We have some ground to make up.

 

 

 

ANCIENT GREEK 2 (6th hr.)

 

  • Maintain and review your personal study log, notebook, and flashcards, prerequisites for any retest.

 

Useful Links Greek 2

 

Assignments Greek 2

 

 

Wed., Apr. 13

  • Remainder of chapter 17

Thurs., Apr. 7

  • In a well-constructed paragraph evaluate Theseus as a good or bad hero. Your paragraph should include a topic sentence in which you state your argument, at least five pieces of supporting evidence with commentary, and a final sentence in which you draw a conclusion.

Fri., Apr. 1

  • Submit the answers to the 17β reading "οἱ Πέρσαι τᾱ̀ς Ἀθήνᾱς δεύτερον αἵρουσιν" in the usual format via Canvas.

Fri., Mar. 4

  • You must submit any delinquent Q&A assignments for 15β and 16β by today to receive credit for them.

Mon., Feb. 14

  • Voice test (active, middle, passive)

Wed., Feb. 9

  • Continue in chapter 16 to finish up the book.  Don't wait for me to make specific assignments.
  • You may submit the answers to the 16 reading "ὁ Ξέρξης πρὸς τὴν Ἀσίᾱν ἀναχωρεῖ" in Canvas. 

Τhurs., Jan. 20

  • Make nouns on o-contract verbs and learn the five given on p. 262.
  • Complete exercise 15ζ.
  • Take number notes on pp. 263-64.
  • Take notes on the uses of ὡς and friends on p. 264.
  • Answer the seven questions accompanying the reading οἱ Πέρσαι τᾱ̀ς Ἀθήνᾱς αἵρουσιν on pp. 264-65 and submit in the usual way via Canvas. 

Tues., Jan. 18

  • Be ready to finish the 15β story on Tues., Jan. 18, and continue in that chapter.  We have some ground to make up.

 

 

 

LATIN I (7th hr.)

 

  • Maintain and review your personal study log, notebook, and flashcards, prerequisites for any retest.

 

Useful Links Latin I

 

Assignments Latin I

 

Thurs., Apr. 14

  • Continue to chapter 15
  • Study and practice imperfect for upcoming testing. 

Fri., Apr. 8

  • Chapter 12 translation test

Wed., Apr. 6

  • Theseus evaluation test
    • In a well-constructed paragraph evaluate Theseus as a good or bad hero. Your paragraph should include a topic sentence in which you state your argument, at least five pieces of supporting evidence with commentary, and a final sentence in which you draw a conclusion.
      • Here's a good site to review and read more about Theseus: Mythweb.
    • It's fine to prepare an outline and bring it to use. 

Fri., Apr. 1

  • Chapter 14 story
  • 10b style: pick a verb; create its six imperfect forms; choose possible translations for your creations 

Wed., Mar. 30

  • Exercise 13b
  • 10b style: pick a verb; create its six imperfect forms; choose possible translations for your creations 

Mon., Mar. 14

  • Upcoming testing:
    • Chapters 11 and 12 vocab (tentatively set for Wed., Mar. 16)
    • Ablative identification (tentatively set for Fri., Mar. 18)
    • Theseus essay test
    • Chapter 12 translation test 

Fri., Mar. 11

  • Study for the ablative identification testing (vocab, noun endings).
  • Continue to chapter 13 if you have not already done so. 

Mon., Mar. 7

  • Use our ablative notes and the book's resources to do the grammar work in chapter 12.

Fri., Mar. 4

  • Genitive quiz

Wed., Feb. 23

  • Imperative formation and translation quiz

Thurs., Feb. 17

  • Exercises 11d, e, and start chapter 12.

Thurs., Feb. 10

  • Verb conjugation and translation test (like exercise 10b)
  • We will basically do everything in chapter 11. 

Tues., Feb. 8

Fri., Jan. 28

  • Continue with 10b and add in some imperative practice from/in the style of 10d.
  • Complete the chapter 11 story. 

Wed., Jan. 19

  • We will be continuing our verb work from chapter 10, but this time, we will be creating and translating the verbs from exercise 10b ourselves.  You can use your verb notes to try to create some of them on your own.
  • Read the culture section at the end of the chapter, answer the questions, and submit your responses through Canvas.  This will probably be worth about 13-15 pts. for the first grade of the new semester.
  • Go on to the chapter 11 story if you have not already done so.
  • NOTE: We will catch up our culture questions by the end of next week. 

 

 

 

 

 


Latin Club

 

  • Thurs., Apr. 28
    • Movie day: Jason and the Argonauts
    • 3:17-5:00 p.m. (approx.)
    • Can you bring a snack to share? 

Greek Club

 

  • Thurs., Apr. 28
    • Movie day: Jason and the Argonauts
    • 3:17-5:00 p.m. (approx.)
    • Can you bring a snack to share?  

 



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