This product is a handout describing a multi-step project or assignment which can be completed by individual students or in groups. Students find, read, summarize, analyze, and retell a myth from Greek or Roman mythology with a focus on the key
This 1-page assignment sheet provides instructions for writing Latin vocabulary compositions using new sets of vocabulary words. Writing stories or poems with vocabulary words is a great way for students to familiarize themselves with new words,
This 5-page activity/workshop guides students through various techniques for memorizing patterns/forms and information/vocabulary. Throughout the workshop, students reflect on what they are learning and their own learning styles. The examples are
This is a 3-page handout introduces students to Latin Nouns with the full declension of the first declension noun "puella" (excluding vocative). For the visual learner, the first page uses spacing and bold letters to separate stem and ending. Stock
This is the ultimate review guide to Latin verbs!
After years of watching students struggle to look up verb endings in dissatisfactory textbook glossaries, I created this based on student input.
Part I is a 1st person singular synopsis with
This collection of well-designed blank charts allows students to practice verbs in a variety of ways. There is a traditional synopsis, shortened (and formatted larger) synopses for each indicative only and indicative/subjunctive only, a verbals
This 1-page handout provides all introductory Latin verb information in a compact, clearly organized table: first two principal parts (dictionary entry), present indicative active, present imperative active, present infinitive active. This handout
This resource includes a 7-page test and a 1-page review sheet (list of topics) for Chapters 1-5 of Oxford Latin Course.
The test assess students on memorization of forms & vocabulary, identification of nominatives and accusatives in
This 2-page quiz is for Oxford Latin Course, chapters 1-3. The assessment includes: verb conjugation (present indicative active of sum, esse), identification of the direct object (accusative), Latin sentences for translation with vocabulary from
This 2-page vocabulary quiz is for Oxford Latin Course chapter 5. It is thorough and includes a special preposition section, writing the English meaning, writing the Latin dictionary entry, translation sentence using vocabulary words from chapters
This one-page handout explains the genitive case in Latin in general terms. Using the metaphor of a ladder leaning, students can understand what to do when they find a genitive in a sentence. Great for abstract thinkers who can go beyond "genitive