DAILY LESSON PLAN

 

WEEK OF May 16, 2011

COURSE: Latin IV

TEACHER: Snyder

 

UNIT:

n/a

CHAPTER:

Capitulum XXXIV

LESSON TITLE AND NUMBER:

n/a

LENGTH OF LESSON IN DAYS:

5

REFERENCE MATERIAL:

Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata

 

STANDARD (S)

LESSON OBJECTIVES

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

ASSESSMENT METHODS

DELIVERY METHODS

EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

MON.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.1; 1.2

2.1; 2.2

3.1; 3.2

4.1, 4.2

5.1

Grammar & Morphology:

introduction to poetry

free word order

meter based on syllable quantity: long and short syllables, as opposed to stress accent

classification of “feet” based on type and number of syllables: trochees, iambs, dactyls, spondees

classification of lines based on type and number of feet: hexameter, pentameter, hendecasyllabic

the poetic plural

in + accusative meaning “against”

more verbs governing dative objects

contraction of perfect and pluperfect tense signs

Vocabularyscapellum, opera, ludus, certamen, gladiator, rete, spectator, palma, circus, auriga, theatrum, comoedia, ingenium, ratio, principium, fatum, gremium, tenebrae, lucerna, passer, deliciae, ocellus, mens, basium, odium, risus, cachinnus, aranea, epigramma, sinus, versiculus, anus, testis, opes, diphthongus, nota, turgidus, misellus, gladiatorius, circensis, scaenicus, acer, geminus, bellus, poeticus, venustus, mellitus, tenebricosus, ultimus, perpetuus, dubius, iocosus, serius, niveus, certare, laedere, implicare, plaudere, libere, favere, lugere, accendere, circumsilire, pipiare, devorare, conturbare, nubere, affirmare, requirere, excruciare, oscitare, sapere, erubescere, prosilire, elidere, libenter, plerumque, interdum, dummodo, dein, nil, trochaeus, iambus, dactylus, spondeus, hexameter, pentameter, hendecasyllabus

Culture – the dinner-party at the house of Julius and Aemilia continues with recitation of and discussion about poetry: exerpts from Ovid, Catullus and Martial

 

 

 

Continue with Lectio III, accompanied by work on exercitia 7 (dātīvus ad verba), 8 (vocabulary), 9 (questions)

informal checks for understanding; participation;

 

direct instruction (reading by turns, with explication & discussion; questions on substance and grammar)

Packet for Chapter 34:

Grammatica (from Disco Latine), Exercitia

 

TUES.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.1; 1.2

2.1; 2.2

3.1; 3.2

4.1, 4.2

5.1

Continue with Lectio III, accompanied by work on exercitia 7 (dātīvus ad verba), 8 (vocabulary), 9 (questions)

informal checks for understanding; participation;

 

direct instruction (reading by turns, with explication & discussion; questions on substance and grammar)

 

WEDS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.1; 1.2

2.1; 2.2

3.1; 3.2

4.1, 4.2

5.1

finish  with Lectio III, accompanied by work on exercitia 7 (dātīvus ad verba), 8 (vocabulary), 9 (questions)

informal checks for understanding; participation;

 

direct instruction (reading by turns, with explication & discussion; questions on substance and grammar)

 

THURS.

 

 

 

 

 

1.1; 1.2

2.1; 2.2

3.1; 3.2

4.1, 4.2

5.1

Poetry for the Beginning Latin Student - excerpts - read together and discuss

informal checks for understanding; participation;

 

direct instruction (reading by turns, with explication & discussion; questions on substance and grammar)

 

FRI.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.1; 1.2

2.1; 2.2

3.1; 3.2

4.1, 4.2

5.1

Poetry for the Beginning Latin Student - excerpts - read together and discuss

informal checks for understanding; participation;

 

direct instruction (reading by turns, with explication & discussion; questions on substance and grammar)