10th Grade Latin IV - Week 3 < Week 4 > Week 5

Monday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be (mostly) SYNCHRONOUS!
We will review the last few lines of Daedalus and Icarus as well as the most missed items and spot grammar items

Tuesday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be ASYNCHRONOUS!

Wednesday
Daedalus and Icarus Test
The test will be taken on Buzz during class only.
This test is open-note, meaning you may use any print or digital resource you'd like. You may not give help to or receive help from another classmate.
YOU NEED A COPY OF THE POEMS IN FRONT OF YOU FOR REFERENCE.  You will not see your score and feedback until tomorrow at 8am.
Answer 30 questions in 50 minutes. About half of the test will be multiple choice and the other half will be free response.
DUE THURSDAY at 6am
Orpheus and Eurydice Gimkit (lines 1-10)


Thursday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be ASYNCHRONOUS!
(1) Download and listen to the attached "Yagcast Orpheus and Eurydice" episode (22 minutes).  You need the Latin lines in front of you so you can follow along.
(2) Download and listen to the attached "Orpheus and Eurydice Latin recitation" (4.5 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).
(3) While listening to the "Orpheus and Eurydice Latin Reading", open this SurveyMonkey and follow the directions.  
(4) Download, save, and print a copy of the attached "Orpheus and Eurydice lines" pdf AND the "Orpheus and Eurydice text scan".
(5) Translate Orpheus and Eurydice (lines 1-5)
*remember that you can always review our translation of the story via my YouTube channel.
DUE FRIDAY at 6am
Orpheus and Eurydice Gimkit (lines 11-16)


Friday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be SYNCHRONOUS!
(1) We will start class by listening to Orpheus and Eurydice again... focus on the first 1 minute or so and again leave your further reactions in this SurveyMonkey.
(2) 10 minutes in, we will translate Orpheus and Eurydice (lines 6-16).
(3) scanning (dactylic hexameter)
In class, you need to:
(a) have your Orpheus and Eurydice printed out so you can write on them
(b) have your Orpheus and Eurydice 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 at 6am
Orpheus and Eurydice lines 1-16 (Comprehension) Buzz quiz
Orpheus and Eurydice 1-16 (Grammar) Buzz quiz
Orpheus and Eurydice Gimkit (lines 17-27)