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STUDENT SUPPORT (Help Sessions, Testing, Retesting)

  • Academic Lab on regular B days
  Monday (or first B day of the week)  Wednesday (or second B day of the week) 
Mod 1   Latin III
German 
Mod 2  Latin I, II 
Wed., Mar. 6: Latin Reading Group
    • These times are for practice, help, or review.  You should schedule make up tests or retests for a different session than the class in which you are enrolled. 
  • after school almost always 

 

 

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.

 


 

GERMAN 1 (1st hr.)

 

Daily Vocab

  • Find the daily vocab here.

 

Useful Links German 1

 

Assignments German 1

 

 

 

LATIN I (2nd hr.)

 

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

 

Useful Links Latin I

 

Assignments Latin I

 

Tues., Feb. 20

  • Genitive of Possession Quiz on Tues., Feb. 20
  • Read Myth III: The Founding of Rome on pages 85-87 of the textbook and answer the accompanying questions.  Understand that the reading draws upon Myth I: Aeneas as part of its background, so you should review the story of Aeneas before answering the questions.  You may upload your answers here.

Fri., Feb. 16

  • Imperative Formation and Translation Quiz
  • Read Roman Life VII: Roman Names on page 84 of the textbook and answer the accompanying questions.  You may upload them Canvas. 

Upcoming Latin I Testing:

  • Imperative Formation and Translation Quiz on Fri., Feb. 16
  • Genitive of Possession Quiz on Tues., Feb. 20

Wed., Jan. 31

  • Present Tense Formation and Translation Test

Thurs., Jan. 25

  • Chapter 8 Translation Test

Mon., Jan. 22

  • Create and translate the present tense forms of the 10b verbs.

Mon., Nov. 20

  • Ecce 6 Translation Test
  • Thanksgiving bingo 

Mon., Oct. 30

  • Halloween bingo

Mon., Oct. 16 

  • Ecce 4 Translation Test

Tues., Oct. 10

  • Chapter 5 exercises, especially b 
  • Nominative and Accusative Test

Mon., Oct. 2

  • Ecce 2-3 Singular and Plural Analysis Test

Fri., Sept. 22

  • Ecce 2 Translation and Grammar Test

Mon., Sept. 18

  • Chapter 2 vocab quiz
    • Latin to English 

Fri., Sept. 1

  • Here is the singular/plural summary chart if you did not have time to get it in class:
 Part of Speech  Singular   Plural

 

noun

adjective

-a

(puella)

(Rōmāna)

 -ae

(puellae)

(Rōmānae)

verb  -t (= he, she, it)

(sedet)

 -nt (= they)

(sedent)

  • Complete chapter 2 work for Tues., Sept. 5
  • Ecce 1 Translation Test on Thurs., Sept. 7 

Tues., Aug. 22

  • You may go on to the grammar presentation on page 4 and the exercises on page 5 when you have complete your written translation of the story.

Mon., Aug. 21

  • Complete the translation of the chapter 1 into English on paper for Tues., Aug. 22.
    • Some students like to write out the Latin, then write the English translation underneath.  Many students leave blank lines between their English texts to provide room for notes or corrections.

 

 

GERMAN 2 (3rd hr.)

 

Daily Vocab

 

  • Find the daily vocab here.

 

Useful Links German 2

  • Find a direct link to the "summer work" here.

 

Assignments German 2

 

Fri., Feb. 16

  • Helping out at home quiz

Thurs., Feb. 15

  • Accusative preposition quiz

Thurs., Feb. 1

  • NOTE: Fri., Feb. 2, is the last day the assignment may be submitted for a grade, either in class or online.
  • Submit exercise 21 written out fully from Deutsch aktuell 8B (book: pp. 284-85, online: pp. 357-58)
  • You may submit it online via the online textbook.
  • Complete the center section of the old chapter seven test, accusative prepositions. 

Wed., Jan. 24

  • Quiz over forms and English equivalents of haben and sein.
  • Submit exercises 19 and 20 written out fully from Deutsch aktuell 8B. 

Tues., Nov. 14

  • Clothing vocab quiz

Tues., Oct. 31

  • Bring pictures for clothing discussion.
  • Halloween bingo 

Thurs., Sept. 21

  • This is the new date for writing about food and drink in German.
  • BE SURE TO TURN IN YOUR ROUGH DRAFT IF YOU WANT TO RECEIVE A GRADE.  (Our class time ran short yesterday, so hand in the draft on Friday.)

Fri., Sept. 15

  • Besides preparing for the writing quiz about food and drink, practice the most important verb in German, sein ("to be").
  • Save the rough draft of your in-class food and drink writing. 

Fri., Sept. 8

  • The following activity list from the online textbook may seem large, but in some sections you are just reading cultural material or reviewing what you already know.  You have four days to prepare, so budget a little time each day for German.  This is our last official opportunity to talk about school supplies.  Go to your Clever account and find our book under Carnegie Learning.
    • Use the vocabulary for school and the wichtige Ausdrücke (important expressions) on Seite (page) 135 to complete the reading comprehension Übungen (practices) 1 and 2 on S. 136.  We can go over these quickly in class on Tuesday, but it will be clear if you have not prepared them in advance.
      • It should not be too time-consuming to jot down the item numbers and the words that answer or complete them. 
    • Listen to, read along with, and repeat the Dialog: Wie klug du bist! on S. 137.
      • Use the dialog to complete the questions in Übung 3 on S. 138.  Jot down the answers
      • Then practice with the questions in Übung 4 on S. 138.  Use the dialog to help you answer the questions.  We will follow up in class with this Q&A.
    • Read the cultural materials about school from pp. 143-45.
    • Check your school vocab on S. 149.  How much do you already know?  Remember that you can print off your own copy of the page to study.
  • Do you need some help or practice time for this or the food testing?  Sign up for Mod 1 on Wed., Sept. 13, for German help and for Mod 2 for German Conversation Group. 

Thurs., Aug. 31

  • Testing upcoming over school supplies on Fri., Sept. 8.
  • Testing over eating and drinking will happen in the week of Sept. 11. 

Fri., Aug. 25

  • Complete review of yellow packet to see what you do or don't know.
  • Study school vocab to be able to talk about what you have or bring to school.

Wed., Aug. 23

  • Work through the yellow handout to see what you personally do (not) know.

Mon., Aug. 21

  • Gather your main handouts from Frau Hotze (vocab, grammar) to put into your binder.
    • Save yourself some trouble: bring the culture questions from last year. 
  • Read through the yellow handout to see what you know or where you might like some review.
    • Use the summer work link for additional practice for some of these topics.

 

 

LATIN II (4th hr.)

 

Useful Links Latin II

 

Grammar References Latin II

 

Assignments Latin II

 

Tues., Feb. 20

  • Read about the Rome's Fiercest Enemy in Review V on pp. 224-25 and answer the questions.
    • Answer in English, but cite the Latin and the line number or numbers that provide your answer.  (NOTE: The following example is not a response to one of the official questions.) 
      • Ex.: Aeneas defended Troy against the Greeks. ("urbem . . . dēfendit" line 1)
      • NOTE: It is fine to use ellipsis (. . .) in your answers.

Wed., Feb. 14

  • Read about aqueducts in Roman Life XII on pages 207-09 and answer the accompanying questions.
    • For question 2, be sure to cite the specific readings from which you draw your information.
    • You may upload your answers in Canvas.

Fri., Feb. 2

  • Next grammar testing: demonstratives.  The date listed in IC is an artificial one.
    • Know the forms:

Practice the forms of the demonstrative hic.
Practice the forms of the demonstrative ille.

    • Practice online here:

Here are helpful rules to identify the correct noun case
Choose the correct form of hic/ille multiple choice.
Choose the correct form of hic/ille multiple choice 2
Take a demonstrative quiz: quiz 1
Take a demonstrative quiz: quiz 2
Take a demonstrative quiz: quiz 3  

Thurs., Jan. 25

  • Chapter 25 translation test

Mon., Jan. 22

Wed., Nov. 15

  • The "Red" Quiz
    • Practice online here

Wed., Nov. 1

  • Scansion quiz 
  • The "Purple" Quiz is on the horizon, but not for today
    • Practice online here

Mon., Oct. 30

  • Halloween bingo

Fri., Oct. 27

  • Dative or ablative analysis quiz

Fri., Oct. 20

  • Culture Questions Quiz 1-40 
    • Beyond the questions themselves, we anticipate an analytical writing on Caesar as leader.  To put the questions in context or to read more about what issues Caesar was facing in Gaul, you may read chapters 1-13 online here.

Tues., Oct. 10

  • The "Green" Quiz
    • Practice online here

Mon., Oct. 2

  • The "Orange" Quiz
    • Practice online here

Mon., Sept. 25

  • The "Blue" Quiz
    • Practice online here.
  • Today is the last day to submit History I. 

Thurs., Sept. 7

  • Read "The Early Republic" on pages 168-71 and answer the three questions at the end.  To receive full credit for question two, you must supply at least four developments.
    Q1.  2 pts.
    Q2.  4 pts.

Q3.  4 pts.
Upload your answers in Canvas. 

Fri., Sept. 1

  • Make absolutely sure that you have completed the chapter 21 translation by Tues., Sept. 5.
  • Continue with chapter 21 exercises: 21b-g, 21g.  (This chapter includes two more stories to translate.)
  • Chapter 20 Translation Test on Thurs., Sept. 7. 

Mon., Aug. 28

  • Complete 203 if needed, go on to the chapter 21 story, there will be a chapter 20 translation test.

Thurs., Aug. 24

  • Go on to the chapter 21 story.

Wed., Aug. 23

  • Continue with the chapter 20 exercises:
    • try a few of 20b
    • 20d after reading the grammar material on pages 161-62.
    • try some of 20e, English to Latin practice is always great preparation

Mon., Aug. 21

  • Complete the chapter 20 translation on paper for Tues., Aug. 22.  Even if you have previously translated this story, you should still redo it and compare with last year's work.
  • Compile a personal study list from what we covered together in class and for the remaining work that you do today. 

 

 

LATIN III (4th 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
  • SLU Syllabus (LATN 1010)
  • 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

 

Fri., Feb. 23

  • Read about the the life of Vergil in exercise 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.: The Trojan Horse was very large ("Equus . . . maximus" line 3).
      • NOTE: It is fine to use ellipsis (. . .) in your answers.
    • Submit your answers through Canvas.

Wed., Feb. 14

  • Read about the Trojan Horse in Review VIIIg on pp. 106-07 and answer the questions.
    • Answer in English, but cite the Latin and the line number or numbers that provide your answer.
      • Ex.: The Trojan Horse was very large ("Equus . . . maximus" line 3).
      • NOTE: It is fine to use ellipsis (. . .) in your answers.
    • Submit your answers through Canvas.

Fri., Feb. 2

  • Chapter 40 Translation Test 
  • In IC this test is scheduled for Mon., Feb. 12.  That is an artificial date.
  • You will need to be able to work with semideponents, present active participles, and comparison on this quiz.

Thurs., Jan. 25

  • Chapter 38 translation test

Wed., Nov. 15

  • Chapter 36 Translation Test

Mon., Nov. 13

  • Calendar quiz

Mon., Oct. 30

  • Halloween bingo

Wed., Oct. 25

  • Scansion quiz 

Fri., Oct. 6

  • Chapter 34 Translation Test

Fri., Sept. 1

  • Continue to chapter 34.
  • Review VIIj: Orpheus and Eurydice due on Mon., Sept. 11. 

Mon., Aug. 28

  • Finish the 33c story for Wed., Aug. 30.

Wed., Aug. 23

  • Chapter 33 exercises.

Mon., Aug. 21

  • Translate the chapter 33 story on paper for Tues., Aug. 22.
  • Make your personal study list based on the contents of this story. 

 

 

GERMAN 3 (7th hr.)

 

Daily Vocab

  • Find the daily vocab here.

 

Useful Links German 3

  • Find a direct link to the "summer work" here.

 

Grammar References

 

Assignments German 3

 

Tues., Jan. 30

  • Upcoming testing
    • genitive testing
      • possessive on Thurs., Feb. 15
      • prepositions 
    • helping around the house 

Fri., Jan. 26

  • Tentative date for the rescheduled dative preposition quiz

1.  Dative Preposition Matching 1
2.  Dative Preposition Matching 2
3.  Dative Preposition Matching 3 

Wed., Jan. 24

  • Story and exercises for "Lieben Sie Würzburg?"
  • Genitive practice 

Fri., Sept. 22

  • Complete any activities in the reading "Teure Bilder." 
  • Continue practicing weather vocab for round two of presenting your own Wetterbericht next week.
  • Practice the animals and their grammatical info, including weak nouns.
  • Begin reading "Das Land leidet" and ""Lehrer und Schüler" ahead of time. 

Thurs., Sept. 21

  • Keep practicing weather vocab with the goal of presenting your own Wetterbericht, on Thurs., Sept. 21.
  • Begin learning the animals and their grammatical info. 

Fri., Sept. 8

  • From the online textbook (go to your online Clever account and find our textbook under Carnegie Learning): 
    • Listen to and read (aloud) along with the Dialog: Kommt der Bus bald? on Seite (page) 182.
      • Use it to compete Übung (practice) 5.  Please jot down and complete this small paragraph to save us some time in class.
    • Review the forms and uses of the indefinite article on S. 184.
      • Prep Übungen 7 and 8 (nominative) on S. 185 and 9 (accusative) on S. 187 for a quick grammar check.
        • NOTE: It will rapidly become clear if the class is just attempting to "wing it."
    • Run through the material on Berlin on pp. 187-93.
  • Sign up for Mod 1 on Wed., Sept. 13, for German help and Mod 2 for German Conversation Group. 

Fri., Sept. 1

  • "My Weekend" testing on Fri., Sept. 8. 

Thurs., Aug. 31

  • Testing upcoming over "What I Did on the Weekend"

Fri., Aug. 25

  • Complete a few practice items from each section of "Introduction to Past Tenses in German."  Use the handout for examples and guidance.
  • Be able to talk about your weekend, which will require some understanding of past tense constructions.
  • Learn verbs from the blue and green handouts that are new to you personally. 

Wed., Aug. 23

  • Please go over the rest of the yellow packet to determine what you do (not) know.

Mon., Aug. 21

  • Gather your main handouts from Frau Hotze (vocab, grammar) to put into your binder.
    • Save yourself some trouble: bring the culture questions from last year. 
  • Read through the yellow handout to see what you know or where you might like some review.
    • Use the summer work link for additional practice.

 

 


Latin Club

 

  • Wed., Dec. 13: Club Movie Day after school in 215 
  • Thurs., Nov. 16: Club Movie Day after school in 215 
  • Wed., Dec. 6: Latin Reading Group 
  • Wed., Nov. 15: Latin Reading Group 
  • Thurs., Oct. 12: Latin Reading Group 
  • Wed., Sept. 27: Latin Reading Group 
  • Thurs., Sept. 7: Latin Reading Group 

German Club

 

  • Mon., Dec. 18: German Conversation Group 
  • Tues., Oct. 10: Oktoberfest, Mod 2 
  • Wed., Oct. 3: German Conversation Group 
  • Wed., Sept .13:  German Conversation Group

 


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