10th Grade Latin IV - Week 4 < Week 5 > Week 6

Monday
School Holiday
 

Tuesday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be SYNCHRONOUS!
(1) We will start class by listening to Orpheus and Eurydice again, and again leave your further reactions in this SurveyMonkey.
(2) 10 minutes in, we will translate Orpheus and Eurydice (lines 17-27).
(3) scanning practice
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 WEDNESDAY at 6am
Orpheus and Eurydice Gimkit (lines 27-37)


Wednesday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be SYNCHRONOUS!
(1) We will start class by listening to Orpheus and Eurydice again (first half) and again leave your further reactions in this SurveyMonkey.
(2) 10 minutes in, we will translate Orpheus and Eurydice (lines 27-37).
(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 THURSDAY at 6am
Orpheus and Eurydice lines 17-37 (Comprehension) Buzz quiz
Orpheus and Eurydice 17-37 (Grammar) Buzz quiz
Orpheus and Eurydice Gimkit (lines 38-48)


Thursday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be SYNCHRONOUS!
(1) We will start class by listening to Orpheus and Eurydice again (second half, line 40 is at 3:30 mark) and again leave your further reactions in this SurveyMonkey.
(2) We will translate Orpheus and Eurydice (lines 38-48).
(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 FRIDAY at 6am
Orpheus and Eurydice Gimkit (lines 48-57)


Friday
SALVETE ITERUM!  Today's class will be SYNCHRONOUS!
(1) We will start class by listening to Orpheus and Eurydice again (second half) and again leave your further reactions in this SurveyMonkey.
(2) 10 minutes in, we will translate Orpheus and Eurydice (lines 48-57).
(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 MONDAY at 6am
Orpheus and Eurydice lines 38-52 (Comprehension) Buzz quiz
Orpheus and Eurydice 38-52 (Grammar) Buzz quiz
Orpheus and Eurydice Gimkit (lines 57-67)