Latin I > Week XVI

Monday
"Gladiator"

Brainhoney Quiz: "PTL Ex. A (verb practice)"

Tuesday
finish "Gladiator"
Stage 9 Intro.

NEW model sentences for reference:
1a. Ancilla puellae statuam dat.
The slave-girl gives the statue to the girl.
1b. Ancillae puellis statuas dant.
The slave-girls give the statues to the girl
The friend was giving the ring to a slave.
2b. Amici servis anulos dabant.
The friends were giving the rings to slaves.
3a. Mater mercatori infantem dedit.
The mother gave the baby to the merchant.
3b. Matres mercatoribus infantes dederunt.
The mothers gave the babies to the merchants.

Brainhoney Quiz: "PTL Ex. B (subject-verb agreement)"

Wednesday
Start Up: Most Missed
those questions include datives (annotated meaning w/o grammatical explanation)
use the start up to review subject/verb agreement (introduce the "nos" and "vos" if appropriate, especially given "nos morituri te salutamus" from gladiators)
also use start up as segue into datives... show model sentences and explain
use white boards... give English sentence and have students write the correctly declined dative word (start with examples from model sentences like, "I gave a million dollars to the slave" and "I showed the book to the merchant."  The weirder the sentences, the better.
for tomorrow, do this same thing, but proceed with the English sentences in the other "dative" word order (I gave the slave a million dollars, I showed the merchant the book).
NEW model sentences for reference:
1a. Ancilla puellae statuam dat.
The slave-girl gives the statue to the girl.
1b. Ancillae puellis statuas dant.
The slave-girls give the statues to the girls.
2a. Amicus servo anulum dabat.
The friend was giving the ring to a slave.
2b. Amici servis anulos dabant.
The friends were giving the rings to slaves.
3a. Mater mercatori infantem dedit.
The mother gave the baby to the merchant.
3b. Matres mercatoribus infantes dederunt.
The mothers gave the babies to the merchants.

Brainhoney Quiz: "About the Language: Dative Case"

Thursday
start up: 

study for STAGE 9 VOCABULARY QUIZ I (through "homo," Ex. A derivatives, NEW model sentences)

Friday 
start up: clear desk 
STAGE 9 VOCABULARY QUIZ