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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.
    • Wed., Sept. 1, Module 1 is already booked. 
  • 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.

 


 

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

Fri., Sept. 24

  • Perfect passive quiz 2: translation

Tues., Sept. 21

  • Green quiz.  Practice online here.

Fri., Sept 17

  • Perfect passive quiz 1

Wed., Sept. 15

  • Orange quiz.  Practice online here

Fri., Sept. 3

  • Blue quiz tentatively scheduled.  Practice online here.

Tues., Aug. 31

  • Translate the chapter 32 story and complete exercises 32b and d in light of the new perfect passive grammar. 

Tues., Aug. 24 

  • Translate exercise 31f and the chapter 32 story for Tues., Aug.24.
    • NOTE: If you have questions about earlier readings in chapter 31, please arrange to see me during Ac Lab or after school.

 

 

AP LATIN (old 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.

 

Mon., Sept. 20

  • B.G. Book 1 test (excluding 1.1, which we have already tested).

Fri., Sept. 3

  • Caesar "Test" 1
    • B.G. 1.1 is the sole topic for this test. 

Tues., Aug 31

  • Upload a legible image of your translations of the practice items from the ablative absolute introduction handout.

Fri., Aug. 27 

  • Create and submit your own map of Gaul and environs for Fri., Aug. 27. 

 

 

CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY (2nd hr.)

 

Useful Links Mythology

 

Assignments Mythology

 

Myth Terms

 

Mon., Sept. 20

  • Myth interpreters test

Mon., Sept. 13

  • Analyze a story according to its Proppian elements to share in class.
  • Upload your file in Canvas. 

Wed., Sept. 1

  • Prepare an archetypal analysis of a story, book, film, something to present in class.  You may upload a PowerPoint slide to Canvas.  Identify as many as you plausibly can of the following:
    • Self
    • Shadow
    • Anima/Animus
    • Wise Old Man
    • Great Mother
    • Trickster
    • Hero 

Thurs., Aug. 26

  • Please address this question for Thurs., Aug. 26:
    • What is a saga (legend)?

Wed., Aug. 25  

  • Please address this question for Wed., Aug. 25:
    • What is a fairy tale (folktale)?

Tues., Aug. 24 

  • Please respond to these questions for submission on Tues., Aug. 24:

    1. Why did you take this class?
    2. What is a myth?
  • Please return the signed orange sheet by Mon., Aug. 30.

 

 

LATIN II (5th hr.)

 

Useful Links Latin II

 

Assignments Latin II

Thurs., Sept. 22

  • Green quiz.  Practice online here.

Fri., Sept. 17

  • Dative or ablative testing 

Wed., Sept. 15

  • Orange quiz.  Practice online here.

Wed., Sept. 8

  • Blue quiz tentatively scheduled.  Practice online here.

Fri., Sept. 3

  • Practice dative with exercise 22d.
  • Read about dative or ablative on 191 and complete exercise 22f. 

Tues., Aug. 31 

  • Prepare flashcards for chapters 21e and g.
  • Complete the chapter 22 story for Tues., Aug. 31.

Tues., Aug. 24 

  • Translate the 11e reading (from wherever you left off) for Tues., Aug. 24.
  • Continue as quickly as possible to the 21g reading to complete our work in chapter 21.

 

 

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
    • Uppercase alphabet testing scheduled for Mon., Aug. 30.
    • Come prepared to recite and write them for every day this week.

 

Assignments Greek 1

Upcoming testing over section 1α: vocab, grammar, and translation possible.

Mon., Sept. 20

  • Chapter 1α translation and grammar identification test.
    • You will identify such elements at the verb type and noun use. 

Thurs., Sept 16

  • Exercise 1α for Thurs., Sept. 16.
    • Don't just translate; label the sentence elements as directed.
  • YOU NEED TO LEARN THESE TERMS ASAP.
  • Go on to the 1β story.
  • To prep for testing, go online to my textbook page

Thurs., Sept. 9

  • Please check your e-mail for information about SLU dual credit.
  • Continue reading and working in chapter 1α, including the exercise by that exact name.  Go on to 1β. 

Fri., Sept. 3

  • Write the lowercase Greek alphabet in order. 

Wed., Sept. 1

  • Write the uppercase Greek alphabet in order.
  • Read the material about accenting for Wed., Sept. 1. 

Mon., Aug. 30

  • Recite the Greek alphabet in order. 

Tues., Aug. 24 

  • Practice the alphabet with the links above.
  • Be thinking about
    • why you have taken Greek
    • what other language experience you have

 

 

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

Mon., Sept. 20

  • Exercises 11λ and μ. 
  • ὁ Δημοκήδης τὸν βασιλέᾱ ῑ̓ᾱτρεύει.
    • Answer the questions and upload in Canvas.
  • Translate the NT excerpt on page 193.
  • Aorist translation test on Wed., Sept. 22. 

Thur., Sept. 16

  • 11α literature excerpts on Thursday.  Be sure to get some scansion practice done and uploaded if you have not done so already

Mon., Aug. 30

  • Exercises 11δ, ε, ζ.
  • Go on to the poem by Theognis and the NT excerpt on page 185.
    • Upload the scansion of the elegiac couplet in Canvas. 
  • Start on the 11β story. 

Thurs., Aug. 26

  • You're going to have to memorize principal parts beginning in chapter 11α.

Tues., Aug. 24 

  • Chapter 11α translation for Tues., Aug. 24.

 

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., Sept. 23

  • Singular and plural quiz

Tues., Sept. 21

  • Bring your completed chapter 1 flashcards to check.
  • Chapter 2 vocab quiz 

Fri., Sept. 17

  • Complete exercise 3e if you have not already done so.
  • Go on to the chapter 4 translation.
  • Remember to read and make notes/flashcards for the clothing vocab on page 17.
  • Let's get the chapter 2 vocab flashcards finished. 

Mon., Sept. 13

  • Exercises 3b, c, d, and e.

Fri., Sept. 10

  • Begin making your chapter 2 flashcards if you have not already done so.
  • Continue your work in chapter 3: translate the story on paper, read the grammatical material, work on the exercises.

Wed., Sept. 8

  • Chapter 1 translation test
  • Remember that we have moved the translation test for chapter 1 to Wed., Sept. 8.  Be sure you have a fully charged Chromebook to use, but the format is still to be determined. 

Tues., Aug. 31

  • Translate the chapter 2 story on paper if you have not already done so for Tues., Aug. 31.
  • Read the materials on pages 8-9 and use them to complete exercises 2b, c, and d for Tues., Aug. 31. 
  • Continue making flashcards for chapters 1 and 2. 

Fri., Aug. 27

  • When you have completed and uploaded exercise 1c through Canvas, continue to the chapter 2 story and translate it on paper just as you did for chapter 1.
  • Don't forget your index cards.

Wed., Aug. 25 

  • Read the grammatical material on page 4 and use it to complete exercise 1b for Wed., Aug. 25.
  • Translate the English sentences in exercise 1c into Latin for Wed., Aug. 25.
    • Please scan or type up a version and upload it in Canvas for me to review. 

Tues., Aug. 24 

  • Translate the chapter 1 story into English on paper for Tues., Aug. 24.
  • Bring flashcards as soon as you can to begin to make vocab flashcards for chapter 1.

 

 

 

 


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