Latin I > Week V
Start Up: use "Stage 4 model sentences (1-6 for review)" powerpoint to review quis est, quid agit, and all the vocab from the previous stage
review all of that and move to new model sentences. Go through 1-6 and then have student write down a single character (name or job, doesn't matter)
give students two minutes to act out the following dialogue: "Salve! Quis es tu?"... "Gratias! Vale ____!" and find four different characters
go around room and pick on people to say who they found ("quem tu salutas?") and when a student is identified as a character, I say "tu es ___?" "Bene, salve ___!"
Move onto 7-12 in model sentences
Now, have students look at the character they chose and write down the "ego" statement for that character
Then, students do same thing as before, but this time, the script is "Salve! Quid tu agis?" "gratias! vale ___!" (need to do this last step tomorrow)
focus on tenere, coquere, tondere, vendere, recitare, pingere
Brainhoney Quiz: "PTL: Ex. C (p. 60) Noun Case Practice"
Start Up: Most Missed from PTL Ex. C
Show the discreet grammar lesson (quick... two minutes) of ego ... ___o and tu ... ___s and X ... ____t in conjunction with most missed start up
reinforce with 4.3 (copied from workbook) part A
for part B, look through past stories and come up with something clever... something fair, but you think someone will really have to think in order to figure out "quis es tu?"
Now, show dialogue on board: "quid tu agis?"(NOT quis es tu?) respondet: "ego ___o." Guess who they are "tu es ___?" ... everyone must guess correctly three characters
review this... pick on people and I try to guess (with help from students)
Now, it is my turn by describing the character of Hermogenes using "ego" statements (Graecus mercator, navem (in Graecia) habet, pecuniam non habet, anulum habet, signum habet, pecuniam quaerit)
IF TIME, show Hermogenes (focus on quaerere, signum, habere, currere, basilica, reddere) - DVD
Brainhoney Quiz: "Subject/Verb Agreement"
Start Up: think back from yesterday at the end of the period... quis est Hermogenes? quid habet? quid non habet? qualis vir est? (timed write... 5 minutes)
story is on p. 57
DVD re-enactment.... complete 4.1 (worksheet; cloze exercise on story) during second viewing - finish with a partner and then go over as a class
as new/obscure vocab is mentioned in DVD, write on board and follow up throughout the class
follow up with 4.7 (listening)
Most Missed ("Subject/Verb Agreement") - if necessary
Study for Vocabulary Quiz (vocabulary, model sentences, and derivatives Ex. A)
Start Up: clear desk
STAGE 4 VOCABULARY QUIZ (Ex. A Deriv., model sentences, and vocabulary)
when done, 4.10 worksheet (creating ego/tu sentences) - go over this on Monday
after the quiz, play this game (need 5-6 sets of flashcards with Celer, Grumio, Hermogenes, Syphax, Caecilius, Metella, Pantagathus, Quintus, Clemens, amicus, Melissa):
group into 6-7 (by desk rows, for example). Each group has
1. a guesser (sits facing everyone),
2. a questioner (holds cards and provides clue(s))
3. a scorekeeper (uses white board)
4. judge (goes to group to the right to make sure following rules)
5. timer (keeps track of time shown on LCD/clock... gives warnings about time left)
6-7. additional clue giver(s)
60 seconds per round.
1st round, the questioner must use "ego sum ____" format and guesser must answer with "tu es ___"
2nd round, the questioner must use "tu es ____" format and guesser must answer with "ego sum ___"
3rd round, the questioner must use "ego ____o" format and guesser must answer with "tu es ___"
4th round, the questioner must use "tu ____s" format and guesser must answer with "ego sum ___"
5th round, the questioner must use "ego sum ___" format and guesser must answer with " tu ___s"
6th round, the questioner must use "tu es ___" format and guesser must answer with "ego ___o"
Brainhoney Quiz: "Subject/Verb Agreement (Part II)"