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Learning Goals: Write Simple Phrases and sentences in Latin. Demonstrate a knowledge of . . . the Greeks or Romans and use them in analyzing Greek or Roman culture Create a calendar of your birth month and year, identifying and highlighting specific important days in that month.
Chapter 10 Alternate Ending (Davis)
Using line 11 as your point of diversion, create an alternate ending to Chapter 10.
Latin II ePortfolio
Students will compile a comprehensive portfolio of their work in Latin II, a reflective collection of their work in which they tell the story of their efforts, progress, & achievement. Standard: Communities LG: Students will combine the tools of technology with their classical language skills to communicate with others in a global community
Latin I Hero - Google Slides
Students will write and illustrate an original hero story using Google Draw. Presentational Communication (Connections): Standard 1.2: Students use orally, listen to, and write Latin or Greek as part of the language learning process. Standard 3.2: Students expand their knowledge through the reading of Latin or Greek and the study of ancient culture.
Latin I ePortfolio
Presentational Communication: Standard 1.2: Students use orally, listen to, & write Latin as part of the language learning process. Interpretive Communication: Standard 2.1: Students demonstrate an understanding of the perspectives of Greek or Roman culture as revealed in the practices of the Greeks or Romans. Students will compile a comprehensive portfolio of their work in Latin I, a reflective collection of their work in which they tell the story of their efforts, progress, & achievement.
Tour Guide's Report photo essay
You will create a photo essay depicting four scenes from Pliny's letter to Tacitus. For each quote, you must use a visual to show where in Pompeii or Herculaneum you have made your discovery. For each vignette, you must include how that discovery has furthered science, art, or cultural history in modern times.
Visual Aid Project
Student will create a physical visual aid which explains to and engages the student in active interaction with the subjunctive mood or the subordinate clauses.
Learning Goal: Write Simple Phrases and sentences in Latin. Learning Targets: I can compose verbs of different tense correctly. I can describe events of the First or Second Punic War. Write a brief postcard to Hasdrubal using topics covered in our unit on the Punic Wars. Postcard should include: greetings, discussion of the war in Italy, and what you might do next in the war. One side must have an illustration that depicts items written about on the postcard.
Timeline toward my Goal
Using all five verb tenses, identify your goal for your future. Create a timeline which shows steps you have already taken, are taking, and will take to achieve your goal.
"Word on the Street" RAFT Rubric
Evaluates a persuasive speech on whether students have provided supporting details, fully completed the assignment, and used the correct RAFT when developing and delivering their speeches. Students prepare textual evidence from Book 6, Chapters 13-20, to give an alternative perspective to Caesar's representation of Gallic religion, socioeconomic class, or gender roles..
Students can demonstrate comprehension of literary devices by making a foldable. Students can demonstrate application of literary devices by adapting the chorus of a modern song into a song about unrequited love using anaphora, asyndeton, and antithesis appropriately.
Semantics Map: Gladiators and Colosseum Unit
Vocabulary Builder: Students will define, illustrate and give examples of connections between Chapter 49 vocabulary and previous (Chapter 47 and Chapter 48) vocabulary terms
Book 1.6 DBG RAFT Rubric
Evaluates a persuasive writing on whether students have provided supporting details, fully completed the assignment, composition. Students prepare textual evidence from Book 5, Chapters 24–37, to debate each defendant’s actions or inactions.
Latin I Structures of Rome
Cornelians in the Inn RAFT Rubric
War Trials RAFT Rubric
Evaluates a persuasive speech on whether students have provided supporting details, fully completed the assignment, and used the correct RAFT when developing and delivering their speeches. Students prepare textual evidence from Book 5, Chapters 24–37, to debate each defendant’s actions or inactions.
Latin II Ablative Absolute Sentence
Eagle Strategy Assignment
Presentational Communication: Write simple phrases and sentences in Latin; Comparison: Compare the nature of ... the culture(s) of the target language with one’s own. ASSIGNMENT: Write a blog entry from the perspective of a travel assistant on a trek around the Mediterranean, commenting on your three favorite places along the way.
Semantics Map: Cicero
Vocabulary Builder: Students will define, illustrate and give examples of connections between Ciceronian vocabulary and previous vocabulary terms
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