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Ed DeHoratius
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Latin Battleship allows students to review nouns and verbs by playing the classic game battleship. The packet includes boards for both nouns and ...
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A series of four capstone activities for Dante's Inferno that range from the more analytical (comparison with movies) to the creative.
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A set of 20 viewing questions (akin to reading questions) for the PBS video Greeks - Crucible of Civilization, produced in 2000 and narrated by L...
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A set of 30 viewing questions (akin to reading questions) for the PBS video Greeks - Crucible of Civilization, produced in 2000 and narrated by L...
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An outline of the entirety of the sinners, sins, demons / monsters of Dante's Inferno, organized in a visually pleasing way that allows easy scan...
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A summary of Brad Pitt's Troy, using the DVD chapters as organizers. Focuses on plot to allow teachers to align it with a reading of the Iliad, w...
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Lecture Notes for Cantos 3-5 of Dante's Inferno. Notes include a summary of the Cantos, suggestions for a class plan, quotes (both from the canto...
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A set of 19 different bingo cards with an uppercase letter of the Greek alphabet in each square. The teacher calls out a random letter of the Gre...
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Dante begins his journey through Hell on Holy Thursday and ends it on Easter Sunday. This two page handout details the various references through...
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A map of Aeneas' wanderings through the Mediterranean from Troy to Italy as described by Vergil / Virgil in his Aeneid.
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Introduce your young child to Latin and the ancient world with the Classical Coloring Book. 13 line drawings of the ancient world in full-page si...
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A 26 slide PowerPoint presentation to introduce Euripides' Medea. It combines graphics and text, and covers the mythological background to the pl...
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5+ pages of study questions for Merchant of Venice that cover both major plot points and interpretive details.
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This activity asks students to look at illustration of Dante's Inferno (via a specified website) and compare them to specific cantos as a means o...
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A detailed map in color of ancient Greece and the Ionian Peninsula (Turkey) during the Peloponnesian Wars, detailing which cities were allied wit...
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Notes for introducing Milton and Milton's Paradise Lost. Starts with a use of The Rolling Stones' Sympathy for the Devil as a pre-reading activit...
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A set of 19 different bingo cards with a lowercase letter of the Greek alphabet in each square. The teacher calls out a random letter of the Gree...
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Latin versions of the cards used in the game Clue. They work best perhaps for reviewing / learning the ablative but have other applications as we...
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Lecture Notes for Cantos 31-34 of Dante's Inferno. Notes include a summary of the Cantos, suggestions for a class plan, quotes (both from the can...
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Originally written for a Latin class, this project can be adapted to any unit on rhetoric. It asks students to analyze the rhetoric of a speech o...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teaching since 1995 in both public and private schools; taught all levels of Latin from 1 to AP; taught Medieval Literature (Dante, Milton [not Medieval I realize], Boccaccio, Chaucer, Arthur, Song of Roland) since 1999; taught Classical Literature (Iliad, epics, Oresteia, history, comedy, Medea, Bacchae) since 2007; taught Classical Archaeology, both classroom and on-line, on and off since 2001 (on line since 2010); taught a senior English course with sports as its theme since 2010.

MY TEACHING STYLE

fun, tough, and fair

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Classical Association of Massachusetts, Excellence in Teaching Award, 2008; Wayland High School, Most Dedicated Teacher, 2007

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

MA in Latin from BC; M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with focus on Latin and Classical Humanities from BC; AB in Classical Languages and Medieval Renaissance Studies from Duke

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