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NOTA BENE: The information on this page is subject to (and most certainly will) change. Students are responsible for writing down their assignments in their CJs.

Wednesday
CHROMEBOOK CART NEEDED
On the way in, pick up handouts (tentative syllabus, Quick Reference Guide, Academic Integrity Pledge, and Aeneid I lines)
Students pick up a copy of Boyd's Aeneid and record textbook number on spreadsheet (I pass this out while they are working on Do Now)
Do Now: In your notes, write down what you remember about the Aeneid - discuss.
Syllabus, etc. topics: JCL, Late policy and absences; student hours TBD
Optional text to purchase: 
David West's Aeneid: A New Prose Translation (by a used copy for just a few dollars on Amazon if you didn't get one last year)
During class today, sign up, log into, and (in some cases) join (via Chromebooks from cart): 
Buzz
Remind (text @mryaggyap to 81010) *optional*
Join our class on EdPuzzle 
Gimkit (we will begin every class with a 5 minute Gimkit over the portion we will read) - join our APLAT class with: https://tinyurl.com/APLATGimkitJoin 
YouTube channel (subscribe if preferable)
Join AP Classroom with code ?????? (TBA)
DUE MONDAY 6AM
(1) Watch and answer questions to the Aeneid Summary EdPuzzle (26 minutes)
(2) Watch and answer questions to the Aeneid and Augustus EdPuzzle (36 minutes)


Thursday
Do Now: Gimkit for lines I.1-11
Preliminary discussion of Aeneid I.1-11 as a pro-oemium
Offer memorization of 1-11 for up to 11 points extra credit (recited by next Friday at the latest)
Aeneid I.1-4
In class, you need to:
(1) have your Aeneid I lines printed out so you can write on them
(2) have your Aeneid I commentary text scan open (either on computer or printed out) to reference
(3) be ready at any moment to be called on and translate to the best of your ability. As we have always done (and as is outlined in your syllabus), I will assess your translation on a scale of 1-5. Remember that you can always review your translation via my YouTube channel.
Read the whole thing... what do we see on first glance? What vocabulary do we not know?  Who/What is Lavinia, Troy, Juno, Latium, Alban/Alba Longa (show map)
DUE MONDAY 6AM
(1) Watch and answer questions to the Aeneid Summary EdPuzzle (26 minutes)
(2) Watch and answer questions to the Aeneid and Augustus EdPuzzle (36 minutes)
 
Friday
Do Now: daily translation quiz over yesterday's lines
Gimkit for lines I.1-11
Aeneid I.5-11
Do Now: Identify the figure of speech found in the shortening of the word superum (line 4). What is it a shortened version of? What is the other term for "interlocking word order" (represented by the rest of line 4)? What is the other figure of speech word order that I typically abbreviate as ABBA?
Find examples of grammatical concepts we reviewed yesterday: nominative, accusative, imperfect subjunctive, perfect passive participles, ablative
In class, you need to:
(1) have your Aeneid I lines printed out so you can write on them
(2) have your Aeneid I commentary text scan open (either on computer or printed out) to reference
(3) be ready at any moment to be called on and translate to the best of your ability. As we have always done (and as is outlined in your syllabus), I will assess your translation on a scale of 1-5. Remember that you can always review your translation via my YouTube channel.
DUE MONDAY 6AM
(1) Watch and answer questions to the Aeneid Summary EdPuzzle (26 minutes)
(2) Watch and answer questions to the Aeneid and Augustus EdPuzzle (36 minutes)
(3) Buzz Quiz: Aeneid I.1-11 (Case Practice)

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Monday
*EdPuzzle videos due today (6am)
Do Now: daily translation quiz over yesterday's lines
Aeneid I.12-19 Gimkit
In class, you need to:
(1) have your Aeneid I lines printed out so you can write on them
(2) have your Aeneid I commentary text scan open (either on computer or printed out) to reference
(3) be ready at any moment to be called on and translate to the best of your ability. As we have always done (and as is outlined in your syllabus), I will assess your translation on a scale of 1-5. Remember that you can always review your translation via my YouTube channel.
 

Tuesday
Do Now: daily translation quiz over yesterday's lines
Aeneid I.20-26 Gimkit
In class, you need to:
(1) have your Aeneid I lines printed out so you can write on them
(2) have your Aeneid I commentary text scan open (either on computer or printed out) to reference
(3) be ready at any moment to be called on and translate to the best of your ability. As we have always done (and as is outlined in your syllabus), I will assess your translation on a scale of 1-5. Remember that you can always review your translation via my YouTube channel.
Buzz Quiz: Aeneid I.23-32 (Case Practice)


Wednesday
Do Now: daily translation quiz over yesterday's lines
Aeneid I.27-3Gimkit
In class, you need to:
(1) have your Aeneid I lines printed out so you can write on them
(2) have your Aeneid I commentary text scan open (either on computer or printed out) to reference
(3) be ready at any moment to be called on and translate to the best of your ability. As we have always done (and as is outlined in your syllabus), I will assess your translation on a scale of 1-5. Remember that you can always review your translation via my YouTube channel.


Thursday
Do Now: daily translation quiz over yesterday's lines
Aeneid I.39-49 Gimkit
In class, you need to:
(1) have your Aeneid I lines printed out so you can write on them
(2) have your Aeneid I commentary text scan open (either on computer or printed out) to reference
(3) be ready at any moment to be called on and translate to the best of your ability. As we have always done (and as is outlined in your syllabus), I will assess your translation on a scale of 1-5. Remember that you can always review your translation via my YouTube channel.
Buzz Quiz: Aeneid I.34-45 (Ablative Case Use Practice)


Friday
TEST OVER Aeneid I.1-80 on Wednesday
Do Now: daily translation quiz over yesterday's lines
Aeneid I.49-59 Gimkit
(1) have your Aeneid I lines printed out so you can write on them
(2) have your Aeneid I commentary text scan open (either on computer or printed out) to reference
(3) be ready at any moment to be called on and translate to the best of your ability. As we have always done (and as is outlined in your syllabus), I will assess your translation on a scale of 1-5. Remember that you can always review your translation via my YouTube channel.
Buzz Quiz: Participles (Aen I.42-56)