Learning Greek and Latin word roots and their meanings will help your students be more successful in all academic subjects! These colorful word root slides will give your students a chance to learn Greek and Latin roots visually, orally and in written form.
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The "Power Point: A History Lesson on Greek & Latin Roots in the English
Activities for students to learn about Roman gods and goddesses (Greek names also included).
- Power Point and notes worksheet to introduce students to the topic
- Drill where students match different symbols with the appropriate god/goddess
- Word Search
- Poster project where students r
You will receive a link to a Prezi PowerPoint Lesson that covers Edith Hamilton’s Mythology Chapter, “Eight Brief Love Myths” in a visually stimulating way. I’ve spent a number of hours adding maps, art, video, poetry, etc. that all connect to these tales. All clips are YouTube links, so be sure y
Informational powerpoint introducing Aesop and his famous stories. I use this powerpoint at the very beginning of Latin II before we read a bunch of short fables together, but you could use it easily in a history or even an English class. Written for high school, but could be used in middle school t
Notes and activities to support Ecce Romani 1A: Chapter 5.
- Concept Attainment to introduce students to the idea of infinitives (with directions)
- Complementary Infinitives Power Point
- Student notes worksheet to accompany the Power Point
- A pop quiz
- A dice game to practice adjecti
Discovery learning lesson where students investigate how the Romans wrote, looking at both the letters and punctuation, as well as at the writing materials.
Students are given examples of modern and ancient texts and compare how the two are written. After looking at five different groups of text
Contains notes, activities and games, and exam materials for Ecce Romani IA, Chapters 1-4.
Chapter 1: Vocabulary/Parts of Speech Practice; Fly Swatters game board
Chapter 2: Linking Verbs Notes (worksheet + Power Point); Vocabulary/Parts of Speech Practice; Hangman Game (with
Power Point and notes worksheet to introduce students to Latin numbers 1-20. End of the Power Point has a short exercise for students to practice the numbers.
Note: Students will need to already be familiar with Roman numerals.
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.
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
Notes and activities to support Ecce Romani 1A: Chapter 7.
- Introductory drill (students identify forms of new vocabulary words - good intro to build confidence before reading the story)
- Pictionary sentences (includes directions)
- Fly Swatter game board
- Vocabulary Quiz (no grammar i
Lesson and activities to introduce the story of Aeneas to students. Designed for lower level Latin students (not AP level) to the myth and characters as a whole. Even though designed for Latin students, there is very little Latin in the activities.
- Power Point describing the Trojan Wa
These slides introduce Latin students to inscriptions on Roman triumphal arches. In addition to the cultural use of the monuments, the slides detail how inscriptions preserve the development of the Latin language. The DATIVE case is featured in this slideshow, making it useful for Latin 1 as well as
This is a PowerPoint presentation of the grammar covered by chapter 9 of the Ecce Romani textbook. The PowerPoint starts off with showing students what prepositional phrases look like in English (and how to identify them) before covering how prepositional phrases are expressed in Latin. Guided (gr
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 PowerPoint slideshow introduces students to the vocabulary in Ecce Romani I Ch. 23 "At the Porta Capena" through a series of slides with colorful pictures and derivative hints. Students are expected to give the genitive and gender of nouns and the principal parts of verbs.
this is a PowerPoint on Roman numerals that is not tied to a particular text. The PowerPoint includes information about what Roman numerals are, why students need to learn them, charts of the numerals and their Latin names (up to 30), as well as ten review activities where students can interpret Ro
This Roman Empire PowerPoint slideshow is 239 slides in length. It includes information about all the major emperors until the "Fall of Rome" in AD 476. Along with the information about the emperors are their pictures, or when not available, coins, and other information pertaining to their reigns, e
I always like to incorporate classical art into the Latin classroom whenever possible. My 8th grade middle school students read Rosemary Sutcliff's "Black Ships Before Troy" as an introduction to Homer's "Illiad." I would assign two chapters a night and require the students to answer study questions
An PowerPoint introduction to all Latin infinitive forms, including the future passive infinitive. Includes brief exercises to test knowledge, suitable for in-class work or homework. Assumes students have learned about principal parts and verb conjugations; no other knowledge required. Clean, sim
This is a mini-unit on the irregular verbs volo, nolo, and malo. Included in this .zip file:
-PowerPoint presentation on the conjugation and meanings of the three verbs. Includes short translation sentences to gauge student understand.
-Introductory worksheet including verb charts and short sent
Suitable for first- or second-year Latin students. Introduces the reflexive pronoun "se". Also covers adjective forms and "with" construction. Assumes students have already learned other personal pronouns. 8 practice sentences included at the end, suitable for homework or classwork.
A powerpoint I use with my classes around Valentine's Day to introduce the Roman holiday of Lupercalia. It takes 10 to 15 minutes to present depending on how much you talk during each slide. A nice cultural activity for a Friday or as a filler activity; afterwards I have them make Lupercalia cards i
Notes and activities to support Ecce Romani 1A: Chapter 3.
Includes: Being Exact (endings practice); Singular and Plural notes worksheet and Power Point; Fallisne me? (game with directions); an exit ticket; a singular/plural drill; two Honeycomb game boards (with directions); and a fly swatters gam
Bundle of activities to help students practice and learn not only Latin Numbers but also Roman Numerals. Focus is on Latin Numbers 1-20.
- Roman Numerals note/practice worksheet
- Computer lab activity (Roman Numerals)
- Power Point and notes worksheet to introduce students to Latin Numb
This powerpoint contains mostly pictures (all photographs were taken myself) of Rome and Pompeii. It's intended to be a very brief introduction to the cultural remains of ancient Rome. There's very little written information on the slides, so it assumes that you have some knowledge of what it is in
This PowerPoint presentation introduces students to ten derivatives that come from vocabulary introduced in Ecce Romani I Ch. One. It takes approximately ten - fifteen minutes to show and discuss. Along with the PowerPoint slideshow, I asked students to come up with other derivatives from the Latin
This 29-slide Chapter 2 Derivative PowerPoint slideshow introduces students to derivatives which come from the Ch. 2 vocabulary. The slides provide colorful pictures, vocabulary root words, parts of speech and definitions. The presentation takes approximately 15 minutes.
This 59-slide Chapter Four PowerPoint presentation introduces the students to the vocabulary in the chapter through colorful slides and derivatives. The last two slides of the slideshow review the question words that have been introduced in the first four chapters of the textbook.
This PowerPoint presentation introduces students to derivatives from the Ecce Romani I Ch. 4 vocabulary through colorful slides with give Latin root words, parts of speech and definitions. The presentation takes approximately fifteen minutes. It is suggested that the teacher ask the students to giv
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.
This PowerPoint presentation 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 German.
Notes and activities to support Ecce Romani 1A: Chapter 8.
- Fly swatters game board
- Vocabulary quiz
- Present Tense notes and Power Point
- Exit Ticket for Present Tense
- Dice Game for verb conjugation (with directions)
- In Agris game for verb conjugation (with directions)
Thie 63-slide PowerPoint presentation introduces students to the Latin names of parts of the human body through colorful pictures. A suggestion is to show the PowerPoint over several days, and then send students to the board. The boys draw a "puer" and the girls, a "puella" with the teacher giving
Notes and activities to support Ecce Romani 1A: Chapter 10.
- Vocabulary intro exercises
- Vocabulary game with exit ticket (directions included)
- Hangman game (directions included)
- Fly swatters game board
- Indirect Statements student notes worksheet
- Princeps iubet... (indirect stat
This colorful PowerPoint slideshow introduces students to derivatives that come from the Ecce Romani I Ch. 9 vocabulary terms. The slides contain the Latin root words and parts of speech as prompts to the definitions of the derivative words.
this is a PowerPoint presentation of the vocabulary and derivatives from Chapter 9 of the Ecce Romani textbook. Included in the presentation are two sections: Vocabulary with images (acquired from Google and Word) with shooting stars on slides with vocabulary that has derivatives to serve to promot
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 33-slide PowerPoint presentation introduces students to derivatives of the Ecce Romani I Chapter 10 vocabulary list through a series of colorful slides that include root words and parts of speech.
This 47-slide PowerPoint presentation introduces students to the Ecce Romani Ch. 12 vocabulary words through a series of slides that contain colorful pictures and derivatives as clues to the words' meanings.