Category Archives: Latin I

Ides of March!

Check out this reenactment of Caesar’s assassination on the actual spot that it happened – IN ROME!  

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Latin I Final Exam Review 2016

Quizlet.com practice Cram.com practice

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Welcome to Latin! Here’s the course syllabus :  Be sure to sign up for Remind! Text longlat1 to 81010 to receive weekly updates and reminders.

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Roman house pictures

Roman House Powerpoint

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Final Exam Review

Here are some links for review adjectives video 1st & 2nd adjectives video 3rd declension adjectives principal parts video imperfect tense perfect tense video genitive case video neuter nouns video sum video volo, nolo video possum video

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Practice for tomorrow’s quiz

Here’s the practice we did in class today: vocabulary tempus, temporis (n) soror, sororis (f) senator, senatoris (m) ancilla, ancillae (f)   ____1. tempus a. bonus b. bonum c. bona ____2. temporibus a. bonas b. bonos c. bonis ____3. sororis a. bonae b. bonis c. bonas ____4. sororem a. bonarum b. bonae c. bonam ____5. more »

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Domus Romana PowerPoint

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Course extension practice

Vocabulary practice for chapter 11 story verb ending practice More verb ending practice Noun case practice 1st, 2nd and 3rd declension endings

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Monday 9/8

Here’s what we did: What’s in the picture? agreement on subjects and verbs Review worksheet Clothing Chapter 2 quiz: Wednesday, 9/10

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9/3

Here’s what we did: Derivatives turn in hw questions over story read pages 8-9 in book nouns, verbs, linking verbs, complement, -a, -ae, -t, -nt HW: Ex 2b – rewrite entire sentence then translate Ch 2  quiz: Wednesday 9/10

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Tuesday 9/2

Here’s what we did today: Started chapter 2 Learned new vocab read the ch 2 story learned how nouns and verbs make plurals HW: Translate the chapter 2 story Next Quiz Wednesday 9/10

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Access to online texbook

Here’s the link to the online textbook: http://www.pearsonsuccessnet.com  click “login” username: kelldiscipulus password: carpediem1

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Accusative case video

accusative case video

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Roman House Slides

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Olympian Gods PowerPoint for Test

Here is the Olympian Gods Powerpoint.  

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Georgia JCL Convention info

Here’s a link to the GJCL FAX the complete guide to the GJCL State Convention April 11-13/

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How to sign up for Remind 101 announcements

For text messages: text @2228 to    678 582 1547 For e-mail: send blank e-mail with no subject line to 2228@mail.remind101.com

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Regarding Grades

All grades have been entered into Synergy with the following exceptions: Latin II’s Wednesday quiz – I hope to have this done today. make up quizzes and tests a few homework grades late work: late work gets graded last Unfortunately there have been  many late assignments turned in recently. It takes a long time to more »

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Study sheet

Download the study sheet . It’s due Friday, then I’ll return it for you to use. NO LATE WORK ACCEPTED!!!!!!!

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Homework tonight, Thursday 12/5 Ex. 10d p. 74!!

Homework tonight, Thursday 12/5 Ex. 10d p. 74!! Quiz tomorrow: Charts imperatives partes corporis

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ALL WORK MUST BE MADE UP BY FRIDAY DEC. 13!!!

ALL WORK MUST BE MADE UP BY FRIDAY DEC. 13!!! Any work not made up by Friday 12/13 will be a permanent zero!! Please take care of all of this ASAP!

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Tuesday 12/3

I’ve been a little late in grading and posting grades, but I’ll be caught up this week. I’ll stay late and work hard so you’ll now what your grades are going in to the final exam. Multas gratias for your patience! Quiz Friday: parts of the body and commands HW Mon. and Tues.: Commands worksheet more »

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Extra Credit, Final Exam and Grades

Start prepping for the Final Exam now! Your vocab sheets are your study sheets for the final I will use you exam grade to replace one low quiz grade (quiz grades only – test corrections were offered for major tests) There will be no extra credit for Latin classes, so use any time you would more »

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Homework due Thursday 10/24

Homework due Thursday 10/24 Ex. 7b p. 40: follow all directions.

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Monday 21 October

Salvete! Here’s what’s happening this week: Noun cases Noun declensions new noun endings Chapter 5-7 test Monday, 20/28 (this could change to later)    

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Wednesday 10/9

I hope you had a good break. Here’s what’s ahead: Chapter quiz Thursday 10/17 Ex 6c due Friday Derivatives and verba scienda this week We’ll start on the story and finish next week Chapter 6 grammar: more on infinitives, genders review of direct objects

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Here’s a great article on memorization techniques!

Click here for memory article.

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Quiz moved to Wednesday!!

The chapter 3 quiz will be on Wednesday, NOT Thursday as previously announced!

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Week of 9/16 – 20

This week: Monday: Xword to warm up; review grammar; translate chapter 3 story; Homework due Wednesday: Ex 3 d, e in the book Tues: More review and practice fro the quiz Wednesday: Chapter 3 quiz: derivatives, vocab, sentences, responde Latine, singulars to plurals, adjective agreement, CLOTHING!; begin chapter 4 Thursday: Chapter 4 intro, story, vocab, more »

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Week of 9/9-9/13

Salvete! Here’s what’s going on this week: Review of chapter 2 Quiz Wednesday (today) as announced Chapter 3 vocab sheet HW due Friday: Ex 3a and 3b Thursday: Intro vocab, derivatives, chapter 3 story, new grammar Friday: Verba scienda, time to translate story, review of grammar Next Quiz: Wednesday 9 /18 or Thursday 9/19 over more »

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Alternate assignment Latin I

If you did not do or turn in your HW last night, shame on you! However, you can still get credit because I’m feeling generous today. Write a good English translation of the story “Girls in the Fields I” from the back of today’s worksheet. Turn it in first thing tomorrow. I won’t accept it more »

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Ex. 2a Alternate assignment

Here’s an alternate assignment for those who were absent when I assigned Ex. 2a Wednesday night. Print or copy and turn in. Responde Latine 1. Cur est Flavia defessa? 2. Quid Flavia in agris facit? 3. Quis est strenua puella? 4. Quid puellae tandem faciunt?  

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KJCL meeting schedule 2013

Here’s when the meetings will be 1st semester: Quando? Quid facimus? 9/4 Scavenger Hunt 9/11 movie: Funny thing happened or Wrath of Titans 9/20 Homecoming parade 10/2 Mafia 10/16 Clash of Titans game in the courtyard 10/19 Fall Forum 10/30 Catapults 11/13 Toga Bowling! 12/4 Saturnalia/Shop with a longhorn 12/7 Shop with a Longhorn

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Online textbook access

Follow the link on the right side of the page to access the online text: user name: longhornlatin password: horns13

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JCL meeting Wednesday!

We’ll have our 2nd JCL meeting tomorrow. We will have a scavenger hunt that will take you all around the building, with a delicious prize at the end. Come and have fun with us. Don’t forget your $6 dues!

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Week of 9/3-6

Hope you had a good Dies Laboris yesterday! Here’s what’s up for the week: Review today and discuss the format of the quiz Quiz over chapter 1 Wednesday Begin chapter 2 with new vocab sheet chapter 2 derivatives, verba scienda and story The next quiz will be Wednesday, 9/11

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8/26 – 30

Here’s what we’re doing this week: vocabulary sheet for chapter 1 chapter 1 story translation exercises in chapter 1 discussion of noun, verbs and adjectives What’s different about Latin word order? Where are the articles? derivatives mottoes and expressions Next quiz: Wednesday 9/4 over chapter 1

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Quiz Wednesday!

Here’s what will be on the quiz tomorrow: Who: Romans When: about 2000 years ago Where: around the Mediterranean Sea Annuit Coeptis: He has favored what we have started E Pluribus Unum: One from many Novus Ordo Seclorum: New order of the agesSpelling + definition: stilus: pen/pencil (anything you write with) mensa: table charta: paper more »

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Salvete omnes!!! Monday 8/12

Salvete! Welcome to Latin I! I hope you will enjoy your time and learn a lot along the way. Here are some thing to know for this week: Quiz Wednesday over all the new words, greetings , FRIPS, and numbers 1-10. Be sure to bring in your parents’ e-mail addresses and cell phone numbers by more »

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Why are “Pound” and “Ounce” Abbreviated as “lb” and “oz”?

Most of our abbreviations for units of measurements are pretty straightforward. They are made up of of letters from the words they stand for. So how do we get lb for “pound” and oz for “ounce”? Lb is an abbreviation of the Latin word libra. The primary meaning of libra was balance or scales (as more »

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Upcoming Assessments

Chapters 18-22 Test: Wednesday 5/15 Tombstine in-class project due Thursday 5/16 OR Friday 5/17 All make up work and grade recovery work due Thursday 5/16 Final Exams: 5 period Thurs. 5/21; 7th period Monday 5/20

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Final Exam Study Guide

How to study: vocab sheets, front and back noun and verb charts read through stories (in Latin!) use longhornlatin.com   Chapter 10 ·       Conjugations of verbs o   use infinitive to identify conjugation o   1st  – āre, 2nd – ēre, 3rd – ere, 4th – īre ·       Present Tense o   generally . . . drop –re more »

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Harlem Shake in the Colosseum!

Here are the Roamin’ Longhorns doing the Harlem Shake in the Colosseum!

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Access to e-textbook

Link to e-book: Click here Access to e-book: username: kelllatin1   password: longhorn1

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Monday 4/29

Quiz Wednesday 5/1 principal parts of verbs principal parts of sum, possum, volo and pono HW: Ex 20 D See grade recovery options below. Open to all students with a C or below Last day to complete the work and turn in: Thursday May 16, May 9 for seniors. Grade recovery options Latin I Translate more »

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GJCL Convention!

We had a great time at convention! Come with us next year!

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Monday 4/22

Great time at GJCL convention this weekend. Come with us next year! HW: Ex 19e 1-8 on the worksheet Quiz Wedensday 4/24: Perfect tense, vocab, derivatives, sentences  

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Thursday 4/18

PERFECT TENSE! Here’s what you need to know: XLSUVS gives the stem that perfect tense needs i, isti, it, imus, istis, erunt translate -ed; have, has -ed; did Here’s what we’ll do in this chapter: translate story translate and conjugate verbs do Ex 19B copy perfect tense verbs from story do a worksheet practice vocabulary more »

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Longhorns in Italy

Twelve Longhorns invaded Italy over Spring Break!  Here are a few pictures and videos of the trip! Ciao!         And here is the infamous Harlem Shake video. We may have been the first to ever do this! A better version is on the way soon! harlemshake

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National Latin Exam: Wednesday 3/13

The National Latin Exam will be on Wednesday March 13 during 1st period Only students who have already paid are allowed to take the exam. Probably in cafeteria We’ll be preparing during class After school help sessions are always available

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  • JCL Fax

    •Meetings or activities monthly
    •Dues include membership in the Kell, Georgia and National Junior Classical League
    •The National Junior Classical League is second only to Boy Scouts in number of youth members
    •2 state conventions, 1 national convention
    •Opportunities to compete for awards in a wide range of activities
    •Chance to meet other good students, make connections and find study partners
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