The story of Perseus slaying the Medusa, translated into simple Latin appropriate for Latin II. Practices the use of demonstrative pronouns, in particular Hic, Ille, and Is, although Quidam and Aliquis are also included. One page story, vocabulary on a second page. It generally takes my Latin I students two 42-minute periods to translate this story, depending on how much we read together and how much they do on their own. Myth adapted and translated by Sara Sprunk.
Updated 11/4/2014 - Now the vocab is on the same page and I edited some parts of the story so it reads more smoothly.