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Students bring life into Latin class or social studies class with independent, expressive classical world projects. The classics live through artwork, performance, writing, song and dance. Grades 4-12.
I use this activity during my Daily 5 "Word Work" group. Students are given a "Root of the Week"... for example, prefix un-. Students will then fill in the date, root, meaning, and draw a picture that will help them remember what the meaning of the root is. After they've completed this portion
A fun, creative project which allows students to display and share their understandings of the Greco-Roman gods. English, History, or Latin students of all ages and levels can participate!
This project allows your students to practice Latin composition via the compact form of epitaphs, as well as composing a brief eulogy for an imaginary deceased friend, and also gives them the opportunity to demonstrate their artistic creativity by designing a sarcophagus. Download includes student i
Running out of ideas for how to fill class time after the AP Latin exam? Look no further!Take the opportunity to give your students a crash course in Greco-Roman art and task them with creating and curating their very own exhibit. Included in the download are the student instructions, project rubric
Give your students the opportunity to both learn about stories from Ovid's Metamorphoses and give them a chance to spread their wings and show their creativity. This project encourages them to use their imaginations to re-tell a chosen story from the "Metamorphoses" via song, art, video, creative wr
El estudiante investigar√° acerca de cinco autores nacidos en Puerto Rico, identificar√° el pueblo de origen y el g√©nero en el que mayormente escribieron sus obras. Fomenta la investigaci√≥n. Reconoce autores puertorrique√Īos. Reconoce el g√©nero al cual se dedicaron. Autores / Escritores / G√©neros lit
Three timelines of Latin authors for: 1) Antiquity, 2) Late Antiquity, 3) Medieval Times.

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