Here is a breakdown of where you guys should be at this point. Each one of the following sections should have a translation prepared for it:
- Lesson 1: Book 1.1-33
- Lesson 2: Book 1.34-80
- Lesson 7: Book 1.494-538
- Lesson 11: Book 2.268-297
- Lesson 13: Book 4.160-218
- Lesson 14: Book 4.259-299
- Lesson 15: Book 4.300-361
- Lesson 16: Book 4.659-705
- Lesson 17: Book 6.295-332
- Lesson 19: Book 6.450-476
Here is a breakdown of upcoming assignments – note the DUE DATES:
- HW: Abney’s Book One Practice (due 5/6) – this is due for HW.
- TEST: Book 1 (5/6) – will be a mix of translations and grammar.
- HW: Abney’s Book Four Practice (due 5/8) – same things as the Book 1 practice.
- TEST: Book 4 (5/8) – will be a mix of translation and grammar
- PROJECT: Analysis of TEST – this project I want you all to work on AFTER you take the exam. I want you all to assess your strengths and weaknesses and give me some feedback on where we need to fix things for next year. I also want you to share your insight with Latin III later on.
Just a reminder, you all will be tested on the reading from Lesson 1 (1.1-33). There will be a passage for translation, some matching questions (about mythological characters, etc.) and scansion.
Be ready! Preparate!
For tonight, make sure you complete your translation of Chapter 9 from Caesar’s Gallic Wars (IV.34-36.1) found in your workbook. It is due by next class, 2/27.
Here is an updated pacing guide for the rest of our readings for the remainder of the year in AP Latin.
We won’t have time to completely read all of the Latin selections from Vergil’s Aenead so we will have to skip around. Also, we are going to be having regular “tests” every other class and short analysis questions for homework. There will be occasional quizzes given on grammatical points but those we will get to once we review the appropriate forms.
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Pacing Guide_AP Latin_2012-2013_UPDATED
Just a reminder that next class we will be having a test on Chapter 3’s reading, Book I.4-5. Look over the preparations the Helvetii made and be ready to translate from a passage of Latin into English!