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Period 9

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Sententiae thanks to Kyra

 

1. plus apud me vera ratio valebat quam vulgi opinio - I'm more interested in the true value of something rather than what everyone else said.

 

2. exigua pars est vitae quam nos vivimus - we waste a lot of our life.

 

3. multa quae impedita natura sunt consilio expediuntur - things which have natural obstacles can be overcome with a plan.

 

4. ars non ea est quae ad effectum casu venit - art is planned out.

 

5. satis in ipsa conscientia pulcherrimi facti fructus est - doing a good deed brings great enjoyment.

 

6. nil homine terra peius ingrato creatur - nothing on earth is like an ungrateful man.

 

7. in virtute posita est vera felicitas - in courage true happiness will be placed; If you do good deeds, you will be happy.

 

8. maxime admirantur eum qui pecunia non movetur - they greatly admire he who is not moved by means of money; We admire people who can't be bought off.

 

9. nihil est simul et inventum et perfectum - nothing is at the same time invented and perfected; If at first you don't succeed, try and try again.

 

10. fertilior seges est alienis semper in agris - the crop is always more fertile in foreign fields; The grass is always greener on the other side.

 

11. brevis ipsa vita est sed malis fit longior - life itself is short, but it is made longer by evils; When you are in a bad situation, time seems to go slowly.

 

12. cura equens pecuniam crescentem gravis est - the care for making your money grow is heavy; If you want to make momey, you have to work harder.

 

13. ibit eo quo vis, qui zonam perdidit - people will do anything for money.

 

14. quidquid sub terra est, in apricum proferet aetas - time reveals everything.

 

15. qui non est hodie cras minus aptus erit - don't trust a procrastinator; He who isn't able today will be less able tomorrow.

 

16. non sum ego quod fueram - I am not what I was.

 

17. vixi et quem dederat cursum fortuna peregi - I have finished the course which fortune has given me; I've done what I was supposed to do in life/I have lived the life I was supposed to.

 

18. hae nuagae seria ducent in mala - these little nothings will lead to big things; You can say something isn't important, but it can become important.

 

19. gloriam qui spreverit, veram habebit - he who doesn't care about fame will have true fame; In the end, people are going to know you for doing the right thing.

 

20. Graecia capta ferum victorem cepit - the Romans conquered the Greeks, but the Greeks gave their culture to them.

 

21. omnia summa consecutus es, virtute duce - you have done the greatest with courage being your guide; courage leads the way to success.

 

22. victorem a victo superari saepe videmus - we often see a winner to be overcome by a victim; someone who is a victor today can be a loser tomorrow.

 

TPR 2nd q, 2011-2012, 2nd quarter.doc  

 

 

sent 11-12, 1st q, 9th p.doc

 

 

 

 

Toga! Toga! Toga!

 

Questions for Letters of Recommendation.doc

 

Background for AP next year: Read in Plutarch, the lives of Crassus, Cicero, Pompey, Anthony, Brutus, Caesar. You can find a test of Plutrach here: http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/674/pg674.html

but there are more modern translations. Don't stress over knowing everything, but just get a sense of what was happening.

Background for Augustus, a great article by Gareth Fagin; http://www.roman-emperors.org/auggie.htm 

 

You can find lots of translations of the Aeneid at Amazon--try not to get anything more than 50 years old.

 

 

TPR for year end quiz

http://quizlet.com/5787654/trp-2010-11-per-6-all-cards-flash-cards/

 

sententiae 10-11, p9, 4th q.doc

sent. 10-11, p 9 all year list (d).doc  

Daedalus and Icarus for Final exam Daedalus all in MW.doc  Daedalus all in MW.doc 24.6 KB

Latin D final

acies, aciei battle line

aether, aetheris upper air

Ala,ae wing

Antrum,I cave

Astrum,I star

castra, castrorum camp

Colo,colere, colui, cultus worship. cultivate

Ensis,is sword

Facies,ei face, appearance

Ferus,a,um wild

fidus,a,um faithful

Figo, figere, fixi, fixus

Iterum

Iungo, iungere, iunxi, iunctus

Lateo, latere, latui

Latus, lateris

Lego, legere, legi, lectus Lucus,us

Metus,usNimbus, i

pontus, i

Posco, poscere, poposci

 

Praeceps, praecipitis

Premo,premere, pressi, pressus

Quiesco,quiescere. Quievi. Quietus

Seco, secare, secui, sectus

Impleo, implere. Impevi, impletus

scopulus, i

Senex, senis

sino, sinere, sivi, situs

Sonitus,us

Superbus

tergum, I

Torqueo, torquere, torsi, tortus

Verto, vertere, verti, versus

Vestigium,I Vultus,us

Volucer, volucris

 

Your final exam will be open notes. You may bring in as many copies of the reading as you like with whatever you like written therein. Nothing, however, can be printed except the actual Latin lines.

 

You are responsible for all there is to know about this text: translation, scansion, vocabulary forms, grammatical analysis, mark-up, literary devices (including allusions to other stories), background.

 

You may consult whomever you want and take what notes you need, and brings those notes to the test itself. At the end of the test, all your work will be handed in.

 

Sententiae:sententiae 10-11, per 9, 3rd q.doc

 

3. http://quizlet.com/4888334/1st-plu-present-system-active-flash-cards/

 

4. http://quizlet.com/4888437/1st-plural-present-system-passive-flash-cards/

 

Epitaphs

Capitoline p.p. examplesCapitoline Epigraphy power point.ppt

project due March 29  epitaphs project, March 2011.doc

Group  

A: Ariel, Jon, Eleanor    1,   3,   6,   2540

 

B: Kelsey, Will, Brianna           2  4   5  26   50

 

C Jack, Adam, Sarah     7,     11     13,     27,41,     42

 

D Jesse, Lucy, Kyle     9,     12,     15     16,      30,      39

 

E Anna, LiYan, Frank      11,     17,      21,     23,     29,     34

 

F Caitlin, Julianna, Erik      18,     22,      24,     28,      33,       38,      43

 

Inscriptions Some Latin inscriptions, I Barrow, Greece & Rome , Feb 1934.doc  

 

epitaphs for gladiators and workers.doc

 

ROMAN EPITAPHS w vocab.doc

 

Wednesday 16

Quiz: Name that meter

discuss

Sententaie review

Sententiae quiz on Friday

 

Tuesday 18

reviewed scansion--no test, no copy machine!

Test tomorrow

H.W. as  assigned Tuesday

 

Friday 14

Take an article from a printed source (although you may use the on-line edition). Print it out. Pick the first 25 words of 2 or more syllables (do not count suffixes:-ment,-or, -er, -ly, -hood, -ion, -en etc, or-es, ing, -ed.) Look them up (most easily done on dictionary.com) to find the word origin. You only need to find the original source, not all the individual points in between (old French, middle English). Many will have a Latin origin but not all. List whatever is there. On a separate sheet, list the 25 words and the word that it comes from, again, whatever the language.

Due Wednesday, 19th

Wednesday 5

 

Finish Catullus 7

Discuss difference in stye between 5 and 7

Quiz tomorrow on fors 5 and 7

 

Tuesday scansion quiz

mark-up Catullus 7-translate

no h.w.--but you will have a quiz son on forms in Catullys 5 and 7

 

Monday, January 3

tpr

review Catullus 5 for literary approaches

start Catullus 7, scansion, start tranlsation.

h.w. scansion quiz

 

Historiated Initials St. Brendan letters are found here

 

Iulius Obsequens News Show, Due December 22Iulius Obsequens radio show.doc

ST. Brendan Illuminated Manuscript project

instructions:

St. Brendan manuscript project.doc

exampleshistoriated initials.doc

sites to looks at:

http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/dept/scwmss/wmss/medieval/mss/lat/liturg/d/042.htm

http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/dept/scwmss/wmss/medieval/mss/lat/liturg/e/039.htm

http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/dept/scwmss/wmss/medieval/mss/don/a/011.htm

http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/exploreArt?typ=2033122

 

Iulius obsequens allIULII OBSEQUENTIS general class use.doc,,Iulius Obsequens, Short years.doc 

vocabulary: iulius obsequens, abc.doc

 

Wednesday 15

check h.w. -mark up Catullus 39

translate Catullus 39

quiz tomorrow on all active forms of 3rd conjugation

http://quizlet.com/3810838/3rd-conj-all-active-forms-nisi-perf-subj-flash-cards/

 

Tuesday 14

start CAtullus 39-Egnatius

meter, basic info

H.W. mark-up as much as possible

 

Monday13

2nd day of passer.

 

 

 

Thursday 2

Review scansion

Sententiae

h.w. scansion quiz tomorrow

 

Wednesday 1

longs

Elission

hendecasyllabics

scan the whole page

 

Tuesday 30

Last day of I.O. work

start Catulus 50--hendecasyllabics

 

Monday 29

tpr

I.O. in groups working on your own paragraph

 

Thursday 18

Computer lab http://quizlet.com/3475320/case-forms-123-decl-flash-cards/

http://quizlet.com/3475924/case-forms-neuters-flash-cards/

http://quizlet.com/3476124/case-forms-345-flash-cards/

h.w. 10 mirabilia from Iulius Obsequens

 

Wednesday 17

Check h.w.

Mine pages for as much info as possible.

h.w. 4 new pages--find 10 ideas

 

Tuesday

Watch St. B video.

Pass out short years of Iulius Obsequens

h.w. find 10 things that showthe power of the gods.

 

Monday 15

St. Brendan pictures

 

Friday 5

Finish 28b

Introduce illuminated project

Bring in 7 sentences from conputer lab for Monday

 

Thursday 4

Sententiae quiz

Finish 28A ist half 28b

Mark-up and try to translate last of 28b

 

Wednesday 3

Review sententiaeIst half 28a

H.w. Sententiae quiz cras

 

Tuesday

TPR quizzes

Finish 23

 

Monday 1

Discuss tpr

Start 23

Quiz tomorrow tpr

 

Friday 29

Go over tpr, review sententiae for test http://quizlet.com/3279990/tpr-per9-1stq-10-11-flash-cards/

should have 10 sentences done for Monday

 

Thursday 28 computer lab

Write a sentencein Latin demonstrating each of the syntactical features learned thuis far

Have five done by Friday

h.w., First half of St. B. 23a

 

Wednesday

discuss 23 A

TPR need meanings?

 

Tuesday

Tranlate StB 23 A in groups

 

Monday 25

infinitive quiz fill inthe blank

Make list of TPR words TPR Period 9 10.26.10.doc

 

Thursday and Friday21,22

DVD--

Tiberius, Nero

 

Wednesday

Infinitive quiz

St. B

 

Tuesday 19

no quiz--no copier!

finish St. B reading

Start verb review--perfect active

hw. quiz on infinitives!!!

 

Monday 18

St b 19 start, finish 2nd paragaraph together of for hw

hw. quizon infinitives

 

Friday 15

Present cognates posters

Read StB 19

H.W. redo test on 10, quiz on infinitives Tuesday

 

Thursday

Quiz on St 1,2 pages

Sententiae

 

Wednesday 13

finish StB17

hand out quiz to redo

hw: quiz on ist 2 pages of Voc

 

Tuesday 12

Do St.B 14

Start StB17

Do the 17

 

Friday 8

 

Thursday 7

http://quizlet.com/2986792/infinitives-flash-cards/

 

http://quizlet.com/2986442/infallible-endings-flash-cards/

 

Wednesday 6

quiz on infallible endings

sententia

genus irritabile vatum

Odi profanum vulgus et arceo

Eheu, fugaces labuntur anni

Quos vult perder Jupiter dementat

Qualis ab initio

computer lab tomorrow

 

Tuesday 5

TPR body parts

Check h.w

HW translate first paragraph 13 a

 

Monday 4

Quiz on 10

h.w. 13a--mark it up

 

Friday October 1

TPR

Talk about words project

Review caput 10 and finish

Quiz Monday on Caput 10

 

Thursday 30

Hand out 4th quiz

Caput 10 -ist paragraph

2nd to miia in groups, finish for h.w.

 

Wednesday 29

Hand in quizlet test on case review

Sententiae

forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit

dux femina facti

timeo Danaos et dona ferentes

lupus in fabula

una salus victis nullam sperare salutem

 

Monday 13

What is a monk?

 

Tuesday 14

St, B background, raptim Huc

 

Wednesday 15

Sententiae:cavendi mulla est omittenda occasio, amor misceri cum timore non potest, mulla dies sine linea, nihil incertius vulgo, etiam capillus unus habet suam umbram

quiz on p. 1 of StB vocab

1b

Last 4 lines for homework

 

Thursday 16

StB1c

 

Friday 17

quiz on page two

hang sententiae

start  puppet project

 

Monday 20

quiz on StB vocab, 3d page

Hang mosaics

 

Tuesday 21

TPR

finish stB 2

Start 4 in groups 

Quiz on page four of vocab

 

Wednesday 22

Quiz on vocab p.4

Sententiae 

 

Thursday 23

st. b 4

bring tunica

 

Friday 24

Funeral games for Vergil

HW quiz on all 4 pages bring 16 words

 

Monday 27

Quiz on 1-4

Read StB 6

HW-review StB 6

 

Tuesday, 28

open-ended forms quiz on StB6

computer lab-declensions review

hw make and take a quiz

Summer 2010: All information about summer prep for next year's AP Vergil Class will be found on the AP Vergil Page

 

 

 

Daedalus and Icarus for final exam

Daedalus all in MW.doc

 

 

March 24 quizlets on 3rd sing verbs

http://quizlet.com/2047828/moneomoneremonuimonitus-3rd-sing-flash-cards/

http://quizlet.com/2048281/mittomitteremisimissus-3rd-sing-flash-cards/

 

March 23--the promised Hyginus 

 

Hyginus, March 08.doc

 

Picture 

http://www2.snapfish.com/slideshow/AlbumID=1762760024/PictureID=55160437024/a=1879284024_1879284024/

 

Latin D expectations 2009.doc

 

12/06/09 participles from the Tale of the witches

http://www.quia.com/rr/551234.html

 

Literary Devices from Kentucky

http://www.uky.edu/AS/Classics/rhetoric.html

 

http://www.uky.edu/AS/Classics/rhetoric.html

Literary Devices Song Project--Due December 15th

Literary devices song project December 09.doc

 

epitome January 2007.doc 

 

Tale of the Witches, November 09

Tale of the Witches.doc

 

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