Latin IA (Gd 7) [Section 1]
Latin IA (Grade 7) is the first half of the Latin I curriculum and is offered to Grade 7 students. The goals of this course are to deepen students' understanding of grammatical terminology, increase cultural literacy, and prepare them to succeed in the Latin IB course which follows in Grade 8. Material covered in this course includes noun declensions 1-3 (including neuter nouns), noun cases except the dative case, prepositional phrases, and verbs in the present and imperfect tenses. Latin IA introduces students to the culture, mythology, and early history of the Romans including the story of Aeneas and the foundation of Rome by Romulus. This course meets twice per week.
Text: Ecce Romani IA. Ed. Lawall et al. (Pearson/Prentice-Hall: 2009).
September 9, 2013
•Translate: Ch. 1 (p. 3)
•Vocabulary Study: Ch. 1
Posted Monday 09/09/13 9:12 AM
May 15, 2013
•Quiz: Vocabulary Ch. 11
•Translate: Ch. 11. 8-17 (p. 79)
Posted Wednesday 05/15/13 2:24 PM
May 8, 2013
•Review: Genitive Case
•Translate: Ch. 11. 1-7 (p. 79)
Posted Wednesday 05/15/13 2:23 PM
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