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These easy to use Writing and Speaking Rubrics will help you to evaluate your language students' writing and speaking by grading smarter, not harder! They're based on the American Council of Teachers of Foreign Languages' Proficiency Guidelines and range from Novice Low to Advanced Low. These rubr
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Rubric to quickly assess student's ability to summarize a Latin passage. Used as an alternative to sight-reading translations, this focuses on student's ability to understand the overall story and break it down into its main ideas.
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Lesson and activities to introduce students to the mythical founding of Rome. Students learn about Romulus and Remus, the myth surrounding them, and use what they learn to write an argumentative essay.Includes:- Notes Power Point with student worksheet to introduce students to the miss- Worksheet w
This project was designed for Latin body parts, but it is editable for any target language. Song and movement is a method of learning TL vocabulary - this project is a way to get them working together to create a song and dance of the body parts! My kids LOVE this project! Project and group work r
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Bring your students back to Ancient Roman economy by having them create a coin on paper! this outline gives a rubric, instructions, and additional help. goes great with the "coin attribution" presentation and the "Roman coins" presentation. Tibi gratias ago!
Rubric to assess PowerPoint (or similar source) presentations on an assigned labor of Hercules.
A writing assignment designed to help students appreciate the permanence and practicality of Latin and the Classical world, by encouraging them to identify Latin connections in the modern world. Scoring Rubric is attached and editable.
Rubric to quickly assess student's ability to translate a sight-reading passage in Latin.
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These activities are meant to supplement a Latin class learning about the myth of Jason and the Argonauts. The myth itself is not included. Although designed for a Latin class, none of the included activities are in Latin and could easily be adapted to another content area. This Product Includes: -
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Help your students review a myth you just finished by having them make memes about it! My Mythology students loved this project, so I'm sharing it with you. I have included instructions on how to make the memes, several examples of what good student meme projects look like, which you can show to you
Want to incorporate a little Latin composition into your classroom but keep it fun? This project invites your students to research a chosen pair from Ovid's "Metamorphoses", write a basic cinquain poem about them (you can choose the grammar point you want to practice), design a creative Valentine ca
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
Encourage your students to embrace their inner Scorsese as they write and film short skits based on the legendary heroes of Rome. This project is ideal for those just finishing "Ecce Romani" chapter 18, but works well with any study of the heroes featured in Livy's "History of Rome". Suitable for tr
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
This project is a great way to follow up on study of Roman religion and/or minor cults present in 1st century AD Rome. Students work in groups to research their chosen religion/cult/philosophy, create products for assessment, and at the end you can hold an exciting "job fair" to allow classmates to
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

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