10th Grade Latin IV - Week 1 > Week 2
 

Thursday
SALVETE! I am PUMPED to teach you again!  Today we will meet SYNCHRONOUSLY (9:35-10:25am).
During our time together, we will:
(1) Discuss online expectations (see attached "online expectations")
(2) Discuss our syllabus and the plan for the year (syllabus is forthcoming, but we will read selections from Ovid's Metamorphoses, Ovid's Amores, and Catullus' Carmina)
(3) Discuss JCL and other items (briefly)
(4) Together, we will access and log into the various programs utilized by this course, which will make your life easier and make learning better.
-Buzz (same account you've always had - find that password)
-Remind (text @mryaggy10 to the number 81010; if you joined the JCL Remind last year, you're still active there)
-Gimkit (accessing the website but also joining our Latin IV class here)
My goal is that you are left at least 15 minutes to get started on the items below.

DUE FRIDAY by 6am
(1) You need to be able to log into and utilize Buzz and Gimkit(Remind is optional but highly encouraged)
(2a) Download and listen to the attached "Pygmalion Latin Reading" (6 minutes long) (note that this is an MP3 file, which will open up with whatever your default MP3 audio playback is.  For most PC users it is Windows Media Player and iTunes for most Mac.  Here is a helpful website if you're having trouble opening it).
(2b) While listening to the "Pygmalion Latin Reading", open this SurveyMonkey and follow the directions.  
(3) Download and listen to the attached "Yagcast Pygmalion" episode (14 minutes).
(4) Download, save, and print a copy of the attached "Pygmalion lines" pdf AND the "Pygmalion from LaFleur Love and Transformation text scan" Love and Transformation: An Ovid Reader(2nd ed.).


Friday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Class today is ASYNCHRONOUS.  
This time (9:35-10:25am) is designed for you to work independently on the assignment enumerated below.
You still need to submit your attendance on SPORK.  
I (<-- Mr. Yaggy) will still be present during class time and you can ask me questions you have, get help with something, or anything else you need.
DUE MONDAY by 6am:
(1) Pygmalion Gimkit (lines 238-253) - remember that you should have already joined the Gimkit course by now, so this link should take you directly to the quiz.  Let me know if you have any issues!
(2) Pygmalion Gimkit (lines 254-269)
(3a) Listen (again) to "Pygmalion Latin reading" 
(3b) Fill out (again) this SurveyMonkey, great responses to your first impression... now BUILD on those - what else do you hear? what else do you understand?

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Monday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be SYNCHRONOUS.
(1) We will start class by listening to Pygmalion again... focus on the first 1 minute or so and again leave your further reactions in the SurveyMonkey.
(2) 10 minutes in, we will translate lines 238-246 of Pygmalion as well as review any grammatical and syntactical issues that come up.
In class, you need to:
(a) have your Pygmalion lines printed out so you can write on them
(b) have your Pygmalion commentary text scan open (either on computer or printed out) to reference
(c) be ready at any moment to be called on and translate to the best of your ability. 100% effort, not 100% accuracy, is what is needed here.
*remember that you can always review our translation of the story via my YouTube channel.
DUE TUESDAY:
(1) Terms and Conditions Buzz quiz
(2) Listen (again) to Pygmalion Latin reading and again complete your SurveyMonkey reflections.


Tuesday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be SYNCHRONOUS.
(1) We will start class by listening to Pygmalion again... focus on the first 1 minute or so and again leave your further reactions in the SurveyMonkey.
(2) We will translate lines 247-253 of Pygmalion as well as review any grammatical and syntactical issues that come up.
In class, you need to:
(a) have your Pygmalion lines printed out so you can write on them
(b) have your Pygmalion commentary text scan open (either on computer or printed out) to reference
(c) be ready at any moment to be called on and translate to the best of your ability. 100% effort, not 100% accuracy, is what is needed here.
*remember that you can always review our translation of the story via my YouTube channel.
DUE WEDNESDAY 6am:
(A) Listen (again) to Pygmalion Latin reading and again complete your SurveyMonkey reflections.
(B) Pygmalion Comprehension (lines 238-253) Buzz quiz
(C) Pygmalion Grammar (lines 238-253) Buzz quiz


Wednesday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be SYNCHRONOUS.
(1) We will start class by looking at the most missed items from the two Buzz quizzes last night.
(2) We will translate lines 254-260, review grammar of Pygmalion as well as review any grammatical and syntactical issues that come up.
In class, you need to:
(a) have your Pygmalion lines printed out so you can write on them
(b) have your Pygmalion commentary text scan open (either on computer or printed out) to reference
(c) be ready at any moment to be called on and translate to the best of your ability. 100% effort, not 100% accuracy, is what is needed here.
*remember that you can always review our translation of the story via my YouTube channel.
DUE THURSDAY 6AM:
(A) Listen (again) to Pygmalion Latin reading and again complete your SurveyMonkey reflections.


Thursday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be SYNCHRONOUS
We will translate Pygmalion lines 260-269.  
You may check your work via my YouTube channel.
DUE FRIDAY by 6am:
(A) Listen (again) to Pygmalion Latin reading and again complete your SurveyMonkey reflections.
(B) Pygmalion Gimkit (lines 270-281)
(C) Pygmalion Comprehension (lines 254-269) Buzz quiz
(D) Pygmalion Grammar (lines 254-269) Buzz quiz


Friday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be ASYNCHRONOUS
(1) We will first review the most missed items from the Buzz quizzes over 254-269.
(2) You will Listen (again) to Pygmalion Latin reading... focus on the last minute or so and again complete your SurveyMonkey reflections.
(3) You will translate lines 270-279 of Pygmalion on your own. I will still be present in class to answer questions and provide help.
In class, you need to:
(a) have your Pygmalion lines printed out so you can write on them
(b) have your Pygmalion commentary text scan open (either on computer or printed out) to reference
*remember that you can always review our translation of the story via my YouTube channel.
DUE MONDAY by 6am:
(1) Listen to Pygmalion Latin reading and again complete your SurveyMonkey reflections. [hopefully you took care of this in class as described above]
(2) Pygmalion Gimkit (lines 282-297)
DUE TUESDAY by 6am:
(1) Pygmalion Comprehension (lines 270-289) Buzz quiz
(2) Pygmalion Grammar (lines 270-289) Buzz quiz