Monday, September 26, 2016

Second and Third Form Latin update - week 3

"Ad astra per aspera"

"Tolle et Lege"

Today's Second Form lesson focused on 1st/2nd declension adjectives that end in -r.  The students have learned the method to determine if the vowel before the -r is dropped or retained.  Next we discussed the dative case and how to determine if a noun is the direct or indirect object in an English sentence.

For Third Form the lesson today covered how to create the imperative mood in all four conjugations.

Homework:

  1. Review vocabulary and grammar from First Form
  2. Workbook pages 14-19; Third Form - 20 - 26
  3. Second Form: Write a sentence in English using an adjective from this week's vocabulary, a direct object, and an indirect object.  Then translate the sentence into Latin using correct word order.  (Be sure to use words we have learned - do not use words from future lessons!)
  4. Notecards + derivatives
  5. Keep reviewing previous lessons and vocabulary! 
  6. Upcoming projects: Oct 17 - Connor - Diorama of a Roman House; Oct 31 - Carson - Pliny the elder and younger; Nov 7 - Benjamin - Herculaneum and Pompeii

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