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For the Latin class: This one sided handout includes 4 columns,column 1 - Arabic numbers, column 2 - Roman numerals, column 3 - cardinal numbers (the number words in Latin) - column 4 - ordinal numbers (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. in Latin) numbers included: 1-21, 30-90 by tens, 100-900 by hundreds, 1000 an
I teach my middle school class four common Latin words that are part of English a day for five school days. This is a great warmup to begin a language arts or social studies period, a real nice starter. Included are:1) the list of the "20 Most Common Latin Words Used in English" with definitions and
GRAMMAR HANDOUTS for Latin I courses! There are ten handouts in this packet, covering Units 1-10. These handouts are perfect to use on their own regardless of the teacher's textbook choice, but each of these units is keyed to an associated chapter in Wheelock's Latin, 7th Edition, allowing an educat
Beginning Latin students often have trouble knowing when to supply a personal pronoun in a Latin translation. This flowchart will help students learn the process for deciding when a pronoun is needed. It reinforces the habit of beginning with the predicate, which in Latin sentences is usually at the
This PowerPoint presentation introduces students to the Latin language and its importance and relevance in today's world. It is a good slideshow to use on the first day of Latin class. We know that Latin students get asked the question, "Why are you taking Latin?" This PowerPoint gives the students
This handout/brief worksheet is a sine qua non for anyone looking to cover Roman numerals in a serious way. Starting with the basics, these sheets quickly proceed to concise rules for Roman numerals that make the whole system, even at the upper number limits, easy for students to grasp. Information
This 87-slide PowerPoint presentation is intended to introduce students to the world of classical mythology through colorful slides and thoroughly researched descriptions. Beginning with Chaos, the Titans, Olympians, Lesser Gods and Goddesses and on to Legendary Heroes and Amazing Beasts, this slide
I created this document to introduce Ovid's Metamorphoses to my Latin 3 students. I chose the 4 myths we will read, Pyramus and Thisbe, Daedalus, Daphne and Apollo, and Baucis and Philemon. Students use their prior knowledge of Greek mythology to identify the myths depicted in the paintings. They
This 47-slide PowerPoint presentation introduces students to the Roman calendar with all its complexities, as well as the Latin names of the days and months, Roman methods of keeping time, the nine-day week, and many important Roman holidays. It is appropriate for Latin students of all levels. Great
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Digital, self-checking BOOM Cards for Classical Conversations Cycle 3 Week 2 is a great way to assess student understanding of Latin, timeline song, history sentence, math, English grammar, geography and science. No need to print, laminate or cut! Click on the preview for a FREE playable preview of
This 21-slide PowerPoint presentation introduces students to the funeral customs of the ancient Romans. Students will realize that many of these ancient customs are still practiced today. A somber but educative change of pace mini-lesson. Works well timed in with the cultural celebration in Spanish
GRAMMAR HANDOUTS for Latin I courses! There are ten handouts in this packet, covering Units 11-20. These handouts are perfect to use on their own regardless of the teacher's textbook choice, but each of these units is keyed to an associated chapter in Wheelock's Latin, 7th Edition, allowing an educa
This Roman Roads and Travel PowerPoint slideshow introduces students to the vast network of Roman roads in the ancient world--the names of some of the most famous roads, their history, and their construction, the difficulties involved in traveling on them, the various types of vehicles. Great as a c
This is a Latin I lesson about forming first conjugation verbs. It also introduces the first two principle parts of a Latin verb. It includes a vocabulary with derivatives and two Latin phrases. It is simply put. Enjoy!
This highly detailed PowerPoint on the Colosseum and gladiatorial games goes into great depth on the origin of gladiatorial combat, the structure of the Colosseum, different types of gladiators, and other facts related to the Colosseum. Ancillary material for Ecce Romani II: Ch. XLVIII. Works well a
GRAMMAR HANDOUTS for Latin courses! There are ten handouts in this packet, covering Units 21-30. These handouts are perfect to use on their own regardless of the teacher's textbook choice, but each of these units is keyed to an associated chapter in Wheelock's Latin, 7th Edition, allowing an educato
This Roman Bath PowerPoint introduces students to the history of Roman baths, the names of its rooms and implements, and other interesting facts about the bath houses. Great as a mini-lesson on Roman culture.
Covers: imperfect tense, what is the imperfect, when does it happen, how to conjugate in all 4 conjugations
The History of the Latin and English Languages PowerPoint introduces students to the development of the Latin and English languages, starting with Proto-Indo-European to Latin and the Romance languages and then into the development of the English language and its relationship to both Latin and Germa
This in-depth PowerPoint slideshow on the Roman Monarchy covers the legendary history of Ancient Rome during the monarchical period. The slides are filled with information about the seven kings of Rome and with colorful pictures of structures that they built or events that occurred during their reig
This 32-slide PowerPoint presentation introduces the mythological tale of Jason and the Argonauts to students through a series of colorful slides and accompanying narrative. After finishing the PowerPoint slideshow, teachers might want to show one or more YouTube clips of the Jason tale. There are s
This colorful PowerPoint introduces students to basic classroom vocabulary. It is a good PowerPoint to use at the beginning of Latin I. After showing the PowerPoint several times and practicing proper pronunciation of the vocabulary words, the teacher may choose to extend the lesson by calling on
This fascinating presentation brings military into the hands of your students. Click on the legion sections to be brought to a soldier. Click all over the soldier to discover the armor, weapons, and accessories that accompanied them. Includes velites, hastatii, triarii, and even alae (equites).T
2 pages (or front and back). A very user friendly guide to Latin imperatives. It assumes the student knows nothing at the get go. Explains how commands work in English first. The second page methodically explains how to form imperatives in each of the conjugations, including the most common irregula

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