Students learn best from reviewing their mistakes. Their metacognition allows for better input and processing of the information for long term retention. This page is a self reflection for students to give to teachers when they wish to retest on an
This packet thoroghly explores the relative pronoun at an introductory level for Latin students. The activities present a complete scaffolding for learning the process of relative pronouns.
This packet includes:
-Student Notes area for the pronoun
A Packet containing:
- notes on participles and their formation
- participle synopsis WS
- extra participle synopsis WS for Ticket to leave or extra practice
- participle sort activity
- Story "Pseudolus, Loquens Servus" using participles
This file includes a print out of the case endings in Latin for all 5 declensions, including neuter. It does not include a vocative form.
Blank document for student practice
complete document for student notes
A multiple choice worksheet that helps your students to connect the case endings to completing a sentence or using clues to choose the best form for a sentence. It is created in style to use for practice for the National Latin Exam (NLE).
Each box contains the following flaps: Greek Name, God or Goddess of, Symbol, and description. Students can research the information to complete on their own or teachers can provide the information.
To create, cut each on the short line up to the
Practice translating the advanced uses of the participle in Latin. Each sentence contains a periphrastic or ablative absolute construction. The vocabulary is limited so that the grammatical constructions become the main focus.
Review nouns from the 1st-3rd declension and verbs of the present, imperfect, future, and perfect form with this reading about Romulus and Remus. This reading not only includes the Latin text, but also includes notes surrounding the story: 3 periods
Use this worksheet to introduce the concept of case and function to your students. Each sentence contains a highlighted word or phrase in the sentence. The students utilize the underlined word or phrases to identify the equivalent structure in Latin.
This activity contains various English sentences that can be used to introduce and reinforce the concept of case and function. This activity is meant to be done with different colors. Students identify a color for each case (for example nominative
Introduce your students to the Latin conditional by using English as their transitional aide.
This 2 page collection includes notes on the subjunctive for a hand out and an English ID worksheet.
I use this with my students to first strengthen
Give students and opportunity to create their own Latin sentences in a fun and engaging way. This activity allows the kinesthetic learners to become actively engaged in the process of writing in Latin.
Each group of students would need 3 different