In order to keep the input in a CI Latin classroom comprehensible, it is important to keep certain useful questions, words, and phrases on display at all times. I created this document to help make three very useful anchor charts for my own classroom: one of useful phrases (e.g. Quid significat?, Gratias, etc.), one of useful interrogatives that begin with qu- and cu- (e.g Quis?, Cui?, etc.), and one of other useful interrogatives (Ubi?, Quot?, etc.) I did my best to be conservative with paper, so the words are arranged to be big enough to see from all parts of your classroom, but small enough to fit as many as possible onto an 8 1/2" x 11" piece of paper.
Caveat Emptor: Some assembly required! This file contains a document of Latin and English words which are meant to be printed out, cut, and glued onto poster board. Though the remaining steps will require a little labor, I've done half the work for you by selecting the words and fitting them onto twenty one 8 1/2" x 11" pieces of paper. All you have to do is download and print! (See thumbnail images for an idea of what the finished posters look like.)
For more about anchor charts and for other ideas for your Latin classroom, visit my website: insinuurbis.com!