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This two page worksheet contains four Greek and Roman artworks on the theme of piety (two sculptural reliefs, one vase painting and one mosaic) and questions. As students answer the questions, they will be considering the subject matter, the use of the object and the relevance of these to the value
A 10-week unit plan for teaching Bossa Nova groove which can culminate into a performance for a school concert or assessment etc Content: - Bossa Nova Groove Sibelius File - Bossa Nova Groove notated score - 10 week Unit Plan with details on each lesson (Musical Concepts taught, Lesson Activities,
The Henle Latin Interactive Notebook covers all words from Mastery Reviews 1-2. This is aligned with Classical Conversations Challenge A but has more material that is required for that course. This interactive notebook contains conjugations and translations. All nouns, pronouns, and adjectives ar
These guided notes organize grammatical points from Unit 1 of the Ecce Romani Textbook series. Each grammar topic is listed in the chapter where it is introduced, and information is organized in a fill-in-the-blank and try-it-yourself format for your students to complete as you introduce information
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This handout packet serves as an anchor for learning Latin pronouns. It includes charts for:personal pronouns (ego, tu, is/ea/id, nos, vos, ei/eae/ea)reflexive pronouns (sui, sibi, se, se)relative pronoun (qui, quae, quod)interrogative pronoun (quis, quis, quid)demonstrative pronouns (hic, haec, hoc
This presentation covers the main stock character types common in ancient comedies and looks at their modern equivalents: Gaston as Miles Gloriosus, Dwight Schrute as Servus Stultus, and even Bart Simpson as Servus Callidus. Upon purchase you will receive: - editable PowerPoint presentation featuri
This bundle includes all history PowerPoints, note packets, and audio lectures as of 12/1/19.
Completed notes with examples. One section of practice which focuses on differentiating between adjective and adverb. The worksheet focuses on what each degree of adjective and adverb looks like and how it's formed. Then, it also compares each degree of adjective with the same degree of adverb to sh
This Latin worksheet was designed to help students internalize the command structure of the Roman Legion, and to visualize in a more concrete way how many men are in a legion. It provides a way for students to talk in Latin about the military structure of a Legion, the officers involved, and who lea
A short refresher on how Nouns and Verbs in Latin change their endings. Meant for students who are reviewing or beginning a new year/semester to clear out some cobwebs.
Meant to accompany the Ablative Absolute presentation
Here are a battery of templates to give to students at the start of the year, and then to slowly fill in. In my own class, I make each student keep a "Notebook" of these critical sheets (& a few others), and I give them a test-grade on this, just to assure that they keep the sheets from year to
This document is a pdf of a slideshow on the scansion of lines 1-11 of Vergil's Aeneid. It is intended as a review for students who have already learned how to scan dactylic hexameter. It takes them through the lines step-by-step and even shows them the answers to check their work. This would be
This is the note packet that goes along with the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire PPT. It is in outline form.
This is a note packet in outline form to go with the Roman Revolution PowerPoint.
This is a note packet to go along with the Conflict of Orders Roman History PowerPoint. It is in outline form. An audio lecture is also available.
This is a note packet top go with the Roman Imperial Expansion and Punic Wars PPT. An audio lecture is also available. It is in outline form.
This is a note packet to go with the Egyptian History PowerPoint. It is in outline form. An audio lecture is also available.
Cambridge Latin Course stage 1 student activity for "Cerberus" reading passage. Includes a normal and a modified assignment. Sample: "Ubi est servus?" Student translates question, then answers it in a complete sentence in both Latin and English. Modified is the same process but a fill-in-the-bla
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Students will be able to read Catullus 5 easily at the end of this handout. Questions for review and important notes are given throughout. Focus is more on fluency and comprehension than on a grammar-translation approach.
Notetaking Guide (Graphic Organizer) for teaching the Second Declension. Appropriate for Middle School Latin or Latin I at the High School level. Modified from Jenney's First Year Latin Workbook.
Notetaking Guide (Graphic Organizer) for teaching the First Declension. Appropriate for Middle School Latin or Latin I at the High School level. Modified from Jenney's First Year Latin Workbook.
This is a note packet to go along with the Structure of the Roman Republic PowerPoint. An audio lecture is also available.
A note packet (fill in the blank, outline format) designed to go with The Origins of Rome PowerPoint, and the Birth of the Republic PowerPoint.

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