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Latin Battleship allows students to review nouns and verbs by playing the classic game battleship. The packet includes boards for both nouns and verbs as well as directions and a blank template.
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A set of 30 viewing questions (akin to reading questions) for the PBS video Greeks - Crucible of Civilization, produced in 2000 and narrated by Liam Neeson. These questions cover from the end of the section on Cleisthenes through Themistocles and
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A set of 20 viewing questions (akin to reading questions) for the PBS video Greeks - Crucible of Civilization, produced in 2000 and narrated by Liam Neeson. These questions cover through the section on Cleisthenes (there is another handout for the
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A series of four capstone activities for Dante's Inferno that range from the more analytical (comparison with movies) to the creative.
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An outline of the entirety of the sinners, sins, demons / monsters of Dante's Inferno, organized in a visually pleasing way that allows easy scanning and studying. Perfect for introducing or reviewing the Inferno in all its sinful glory.
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This activity asks students to look at illustration of Dante's Inferno (via a specified website) and compare them to specific cantos as a means of analysis.
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A set of 19 different bingo cards with an uppercase letter of the Greek alphabet in each square. The teacher calls out a random letter of the Greek alphabet, and students place a token on that letter if they have it. (A great source of tokens is
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A 26 slide PowerPoint presentation to introduce Euripides' Medea. It combines graphics and text, and covers the mythological background to the play (Jason, Argonauts, Creon), the play itself, the post-Medea story, and biographical information on
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A reading guide for Book 1, lines 1-191 of John Milton's Paradise Lost. The guide prompts students to use the text to assess Paradise-Lost specific issues as well as bigger issues of literary tradition.
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Notes for introducing Milton and Milton's Paradise Lost. Starts with a use of The Rolling Stones' Sympathy for the Devil as a pre-reading activity and then focuses on the opening 26 lines to encompass other relevant issues.
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Lecture Notes for Cantos 3-5 of Dante's Inferno. Notes include a summary of the Cantos, suggestions for a class plan, quotes (both from the canto and from secondary sources), and interpretation.
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Dante begins his journey through Hell on Holy Thursday and ends it on Easter Sunday. This two page handout details the various references throughout the Inferno to the day (and time) with quotes from the text. As a bonus, biblical citations for the
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Introduce your young child to Latin and the ancient world with the Classical Coloring Book. 13 line drawings of the ancient world in full-page size to be colored, with accompanying Latin phrases that describe them (translations of the phrases are
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A map of Aeneas' wanderings through the Mediterranean from Troy to Italy as described by Vergil / Virgil in his Aeneid.
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A detailed map in color of ancient Greece and the Ionian Peninsula (Turkey) during the Peloponnesian Wars, detailing which cities were allied with Athens and which with Sparta. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which
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5+ pages of study questions for Merchant of Venice that cover both major plot points and interpretive details.
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A summary of Brad Pitt's Troy, using the DVD chapters as organizers. Focuses on plot to allow teachers to align it with a reading of the Iliad, with a few interpretive details included.
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An activity to be used with Chapter 1 of Friday Night Lights, in which students are divided into groups. Each group has a specific area of focus for Odessa (e.g. economy, demographics, etc.) and has specific information to find within that category
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A map showing the extent of Alexander the Great's empire at its height, from Greece in the West to Persia and India in the West. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which makes it suitable for printing as well as projecting
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Lecture Notes for Cantos 31-34 of Dante's Inferno. Notes include a summary of the Cantos, suggestions for a class plan, quotes (both from the canto and from secondary sources), and interpretation.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teaching since 1995 in both public and private schools; taught all levels of Latin from 1 to AP; taught Medieval Literature (Dante, Milton [not Medieval I realize], Boccaccio, Chaucer, Arthur, Song of Roland) since 1999; taught Classical Literature (Iliad, epics, Oresteia, history, comedy, Medea, Bacchae) since 2007; taught Classical Archaeology, both classroom and on-line, on and off since 2001 (on line since 2010); taught a senior English course with sports as its theme since 2010.

MY TEACHING STYLE

fun, tough, and fair

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Classical Association of Massachusetts, Excellence in Teaching Award, 2008; Wayland High School, Most Dedicated Teacher, 2007

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

MA in Latin from BC; M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with focus on Latin and Classical Humanities from BC; AB in Classical Languages and Medieval Renaissance Studies from Duke

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