APLAT - Week 35 < Week 36

Monday
Aeneid 4 Review (lines 290-361)
When you are translating, read from your textbook (not your notes).  
If you find that you're having trouble with a section, highlight it in your notes (or use a sticky note and put in your book for later).
Remember to check with my YouTube channel to resolve any uncertainties.
Please note that you have a TON of additional resources at your disposal for practice.  
These are OPTIONAL, but definitely use them (I expect that you devote about 15 minutes/day of work from this list):
(1) Aeneid 4 vocabulary review with Gimkit (lines 314-326327-339340-350351-361)
(2) Buzz quiz over lines 314-330.
(3) AP Classroom, which has some useful example questions.
Due on by Wednesday, 6am at the latest, download at least one of the attached free response practice question sets (Aen 6.305-332, 854-865).  

Tuesday
Aeneid 4 Review (lines 659-705)
When you are translating, read from your textbook (not your notes).  
If you find that you're having trouble with a section, highlight it in your notes (or use a sticky note and put in your book for later).
Remember to check with my YouTube channel to resolve any uncertainties.
Please note that you have a TON of additional resources at your disposal for practice.  
These are OPTIONAL, but definitely use them (I expect that you devote about 15 minutes/day of work from this list):
(1) Aeneid 4 vocabulary review with Gimkit (lines 659-674675-687688-705)
(2) Buzz quizzes over lines 659-704 (coming soon).
(3) AP Classroom, which has some useful example questions.
Due on by Wednesday, 6am at the latest, download at least one of the free response practice question sets from Monday's Teams Assignment (Aen 6.305-332, 854-865).  

Wednesday
Aeneid 6 Review (lines 295-332, 450-455, 854-866)
When you are translating, read from your textbook (not your notes).  
If you find that you're having trouble with a section, highlight it in your notes (or use a sticky note and put in your book for later).
Remember to check with my YouTube channel to resolve any uncertainties.
Please note that you have a TON of additional resources at your disposal for practice.  
These are OPTIONAL, but definitely use them (I expect that you devote about 15 minutes/day of work from this list):
(1) Aeneid 4 vocabulary review with Gimkit (lines 295-308309-320321-332384-397398-414413-425)
(2) Buzz quizzes over lines 321-332, 395-402, 408-425.
(3) AP Classroom, which has some useful example questions.


Thursday
SALVETE! Today, we will:
(1) look at scanning (see attached "Scanning Practice (last minute review)")
(2) Briefly review the content of the Aeneid and DBG ("De Bello Gallico Outline" and "De Bello Gallico Outline (more detailed)").
(3) Look at the May 11th essay question (FRQ PDF) as example of how to answer an essay question
De Bello Gallico Books 1 and 6 Section ID Gimkit
De Bello Gallico Book 4 Section ID Gimkit
De Bello Gallico Book 5 Section ID Gimkit
DBG 1 Vocab Gimkit
DBG 4 Vocab Gimkit
DBG 6 Vocab Gimkit
APLAT Literary Devices Gimkit


Friday
APLAT EXAM!
2021 EXAM PREDICTIONS:

Aen. 1.50-64
 (there's so much here as multiple choice fodder, especially)
Aen. 1.148-156 (the APLAT exam loves similes. 148-152 appeared as a translation in 1984, but that's it. Only a matter of time)
Aen. 1.498-504 (Diana/Dido simile)
Aen. 2.212-226 (snakes devouring Laocoon - iconic, featured in the 80s and 90s, but nothing in the last 30 years)
Aen. 2.279-295 (Hector's warning - a portion featured in 1985, 1990, and 2002, but nothing since then) 
Aen. 2.567-574 (a "new" addition to the 2013 syllabus change, and one "new" portion has featured on each year's exam, with this portion not yet to have appeared)
Aen. 4.173-183 (Fama - iconic.  171-174 featured on a published practice exam essay, but these lines haven't appeared on a published FRQ since 1992)
Aen. 4.305-319 (Dido's plea to Aeneas.  307-313 was a practice exam translation, but this is one of the best speeches in the Aeneid, so it is only a matter of time before it appears, especially as an essay (as 320-330 did in 2002.)
Aen 4.659-685 (675-685 appeared as an essay back in 2001, but 659-674 has never appeared... ever. For a speech, that is remarkable.)
Aen. 6.305-332 ("new" to the 2013 syllabus change but never featured; something from the new lines has appeared every year)
Aen. 6.408-416 (same as above)
Aen. 6.450-455 (Dido's appearance in the underworld; includes a simile)
Aen. 6.854-866 (Anchises' speech to Aeneas about Marcellus)
DBG 1.1 and 1.5, 4.28-31, 5.38-5.42, 5.44, 6.14-15, 6.20.