10th Grade Latin IV - Week 26 < Week 27 > Week 28


Monday
SALVETE! Happy NLE Week!  We are taking the Advanced Latin Prose Exam on Friday!  It will be online, and I will provide your usernames and passwords through private chat messages on Friday morning.
Bottom line: this is a great break from the norm and great review!  If you want to win an award, do what I tell you to do in class - that's it!  If you want to ensure you earn a gold medal, and you want a Perfect Paper, then I've got a TON of extra resources (see below!).
Here we go!
(1) To get familiar with the types of myth/culture/history questions you'll see on the NLE, we are going to play a new game.  Every question you'll have in the game appeared on an NLE at some point between 2011-2020. NOTE: on this year's exam, there won't be questions about authors and their works.
(2) We will take the full 2013 NLE. This is on a website called Classkick. When you click on the link, type in your first and last name, then choose "Sign Up" (NOT Log In).  Fill out the basic account info and WRITE DOWN... for the love of Zeus... WRITE DOWN your account information.
Award distribution: GOLD = 37-40, SILVER = 34-36, Magna cum laude = 31-33, cum laude = 29-30
(3) With the time we have left, we will look at the 2014 NLE together.  
Award Distribution: GOLD = 34-40, SILVER = 31-33, Magna cum laude = 28-30, cum laude = 26-27
Extra Resources:
(1) Use the very helpful NLE Practice Apphttps://quiz.nle.org/ - be sure to select "Advanced Latin Prose" and I would focus on a particular skill ("Language" or "Latin in use" or "Culture and Civilization") instead of the "Default Mix." You can also pick the number of questions, and I suggest choosing 20 (the max).
(2) On Buzz, you will find an "NLE Review" folder. Inside are the 1999-2011 NLEs as well as a few other quizzes targeting some traditionally difficult concepts. Take any and all of them. They are all optional. I have put due dates on them only so that they are easier to find.


Tuesday
SALVETE! Happy NLE Week!  We are taking the Advanced Latin Prose Exam on Friday!  It will be online, and I will provide your usernames and passwords through private chat messages on Friday morning.
(1) Yesterday's play of "Gold Heist" was fun.  Let's try "Cafe" today (same 2011-2020 myth/culture/history questions as yesterday). NOTE: on this year's exam, there won't be questions about authors and their works.
(2) We will review the answers to #1-30 of the 2014 NLE together.  
Award Distribution: GOLD = 34-40, SILVER = 31-33, Magna cum laude = 28-30, cum laude = 26-27
(3) We will go through the language questions of the 2015-2017 NLEs on Classkick. Be sure you log in with the same username/account you created yesterday.


Wednesday
SALVETE! Happy NLE Week!  We are taking the Advanced Latin Prose Exam on Friday!  It will be online, and I will provide your usernames and passwords through private chat messages on Friday morning.
(1) Today we will play "Thanos" mode of Gimkit to review more language questions (on the 2018-2020 exams). NOTE: on this year's exam, there won't be questions about authors and their works.
(2) We will finish reviewing the language questions of the 2015-2017 NLEs on Classkick. Be sure you log in with the same username/account you created yesterday.
(3) Last, we'll shift to the MCHD questions on the 2018-2020 NLEs via Classkick.


Thursday
SALVETE! Welcome to the last day of NLE Review!  We are taking the Advanced Latin Prose Exam TOMORROW!  It will be online, and I will provide your usernames and passwords through private chat messages on Friday morning.
(1) Today we will play another mode of Gimkit to review more language questions (on the 2010-2011 exams). 
(2) We will finish our review by taking the full 2012 exam (on Classkick).
Award Distribution: GOLD = 34-40, SILVER = 31-33, Magna cum laude = 29-30, cum laude = 26-28
Remember! You have a bunch of extra resources to help you get that Gold medal and that perfect paper:
(1) Use the very helpful NLE Practice Apphttps://quiz.nle.org/ - be sure to select "Advanced Latin Prose" and I would focus on a particular skill ("Language" or "Latin in use" or "Culture and Civilization") instead of the "Default Mix." You can also pick the number of questions, and I suggest choosing 20 (the max).
(2) On Buzz, you will find an "NLE Review" folder. Inside are the 1997-2011 NLEs as well as a few other quizzes targeting some traditionally difficult concepts. Take any and all of them. They are all optional. I have put due dates on them only so that they are easier to find.
(3) Gimkits we have taken in class and you can use for more practice:
2018-2020 Latin 3/4 Prose Language Questions
2010-2011 Latin 3/4 Prose Language Questions
2016-2020 Latin 3/4 Poetry MCHD Questions


Friday
National Latin Exam administration
Have a wonderful Spring Break!