DAILY LESSON PLAN

 

WEEK OF April 11, 2011

COURSE: Latin IV

TEACHER: Snyder

 

UNIT:

n/a

CHAPTER:

Capitulum XXXIII

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

Chapter 33:

Grammar & Morphology:

forms of the subjunctive mood pluperfect tense active and passive; use of pluperfect subjunctive in “cum” clauses and indirect questions (after main clause past tense verb); unreal wishes and conditions (contrafactual subjunctive): imperfect subjunctive used for present wishes/conditions, pluperfect for past wishes/conditions; uses of gerundives (modifying a noun) and gerunds (taking a noun as object) in expressing purpose, in prepositional phrases and in genitive or ablative usages; future imperatives

Vocabularylegio, cohors, agmen, ordo, acies, proelium, imperator, aetas, studium, stipendium, virtus, gaudium valetudo, amnis ratis, ripa, caedes, vulnus, pax, legatus, ensis, legionarius, idoneus, militaris, publicus, privatus, posterus, arduus, ridiculus, ulterior, citerior, incolumis, otiosus, dirus, horrendus, deni, seni, quini, quaterni, uni, trini, adiungere, progredi, instruere, hortatri, caedere, circumdare, munire, commemorare, studere, cogere, fatigare, properare, desiderare, transferre, effundere, praestare, transire, copulare, convocare, excurrere, procurrere, erumpere, vulnerare, fore, plerique, pridie, praecipue, tamdiu, quamdiu, diutius, fere, etenim, citra, ultra, secundum

Culture – military organization and terminology; a letter from Aemilia’s brother describing his life as a soldier at the front in Germany

 

 

Complete Lectio II, accompanied by work on exercitia 4 (gerundives), 5 (vocabulary), 6 (questions

informal checks for understanding; participation;

 

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

Packet for Chapter 33:

Grammatica (from Disco Latine), Exercitia

 

TUES.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.1; 1.2

2.1; 2.2

3.1; 3.2

4.1, 4.2

5.1

Start on Lectio III, accompanied by work on exercitia 7 (pluperfect subjunctive), 8 (conditions contrary to fact), 9 (vocabulary), 10 (future imperatives, 11 (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

Continue with Lectio III, accompanied by work on exercitia 7 (pluperfect subjunctive), 8 (conditions contrary to fact), 9 (vocabulary), 10 (future imperatives, 11 (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

Complete Lectio III, accompanied by work on exercitia 7 (pluperfect subjunctive), 8 (conditions contrary to fact), 9 (vocabulary), 10 (future imperatives, 11 (questions)

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

Wrap up chapter in terms of grammatica, verb principal parts (Ex 14) and Pensa

informal checks for understanding; participation;

 

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