In class yesterday we reviewed the third declension - making sure the students understand the importance of memorizing the endings and genders for nouns in this declension. We also talked more about the role of cases in a sentence - and actually worked on translating a few sentences from English into Latin. In English, typical word order is Subject - verb - direct object while in Latin it's Subject - indirect object - direct object - verb.
1. Read the text book pages 62-63
2. Workbook pages for lesson 24 - pages 125-129
3. Projects: March 17 - Caleb - Spartacus; March 17 - Jade - Scipio and Hannibal; March 24 - Adam - Cincinnatus