Just a reminder that your test for Capitulum V is tomorrow!
Make sure you are studying the use of the Ablative Case, the Accusative Case, and of course how to use Indicative and Imperative verbs. In particular, review Pensum A from Capitulum V and you should be good to go!
It’s that time of year again – the end of the 2nd quarter and also the end of the 1st semester!
Your midterm will be next week (1st period is on 1/14 from 8:10-10:10; 2nd period is on 1/15 from 8:10-10:10)! So get studying now!
The format is 50 questions, all multiple choice. The questions are all derived from the various exercitia that we have been working on in our workbooks from Capitululm I up to Capitulum V. I will detail which exercitia specifically in our group forum in the Amicita – so join us there to help study for your upcoming exam!
Here are the notes from today’s class!
Latin I_11.19.12_2. Enjoy!
Here is your study guide for your upcoming Midterm on Friday. Remember to look over the workbook exercitia that is indicated on the guide and you will know exactly what questions will be on the test! Bonam fortunam!
Midterm_Latin I_2011-2012_Study Guide
Make sure you participate in our Midterm Review discussion online in our group forum. You need to ask a question and also answer a question to get credit. Remember, this is YOUR review! Ask away!
Quia magister bonus sum, I’m posting today’s review session. Just open it up and take a look and review for tomorrow’s test! If you have any more questions, ask in our online review session! Good luck!
Remember that there will be a test on Capitulum V on Wednesday, 12/14 on the concepts we learned from that capitulum. Make sure you look over the workbook exercises from that section as that will be the source for the multiple choice questions for that test.
Also, don’t forget to participate in our online study session, which is found in our group forum – it counts towards a homework grade, too!
Remember that tomorrow we have a quiz on Capitulum V the use of Imperative and Indicative verb forms. You will have to fill out a chart with an example of each mood of the verb corresponding to its correct conjugation. Good luck!
Tonight you are supposed to work on answering any 2 questions posted in our group forum. You must answer in Latin though – and be sure to include the number of the question in your response. So, navigate on over to our group forum and make your post!
Your project is to create a replica of a Roman villa – either digitally or via a physical model!
The project is due on November 16th and we will start presenting then. Your project will be worth a test grade and to ensure that you do well, follow this rubric when creating your work: