DAILY LESSON PLAN

 

WEEK OF March 28, 2011

COURSE: Latin IV

TEACHER: Snyder

 

UNIT:

n/a

CHAPTER:

Capitulum XXXII

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 32:

Grammar & Morphology: forms of the subjunctive mood perfect tense active and passive; uses of perfect subjunctive: in indirect questions (completed action) & with ne to express prohibition (= noli + pres. inf.); more about optative subjunctive uses: with ne to express negative wishes, with utinam to intensify wish; fear clauses: use of ne after verbs of fearing (metuere, timere, vereri) = “fear that. . .”; verbs of forgetting and remembering (oblivisci, reminisci, meminisse) with genitive object; indefinite pronouns and adverbs using ali- as a prefix: aliquis, aliquid, aliquot, aliquando, aliquantum, but dropping ali- in clauses beginning with si, nisi, num, ne; impersonal expressions fit/accidit with ut + subjunctive; ablative of description (ablativus qualitatis); partitive genitive with milia; irregular noun vis, ___, f.

Vocabularyservitus, incola, vis, vires, audacia, inopia, populus, classis, victoria, gens, victor, voluntas, gratia, poeta, amicitia, pirata, condicio, talentum, amphitheatrum, cursus, cunctus, infestus, carus, egregius, proximus, communis, gratus, vilis, internus, mercatorius, nubilus, adversus, inermis, mutuus, superbus, submergere, contemnere, praeponere, percurrere, tueri, remigare, adiuvare, flectere, educere, repugnare, dissuadere, praeferre, offerre, redimere, reminisci, meminisse, referre, minari, armare, desistere, aliquot, ubique, aliquando, interea, etiamnunc, donec, neu, seu, utinam

Culture – on board the boat with Medus and Lydia; discussion about pirates and how the Roman government dealt with them; Medus relates his personal history; Lydia forgives him

Finish work on Lectio II, reviewing exercitia and finishing exercitium 6 for written submission

informal checks for understanding; participation;

 

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

Packet for Chapter 32:

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 - lines 130-177, accompanied by work on exercitia 7 (neg. imperative), 8 (vocab), 9 (optative subjunctive), 10 (verbs of fearing); work on ex 11 for submission

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 Lectio III - lines 130-177, accompanied by work on exercitia 7 (neg. imperative), 8 (vocab), 9 (optative subjunctive), 10 (verbs of fearing); work on ex 11 for submission

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

Continue Lectio III - lines 130-177, accompanied by work on exercitia 7 (neg. imperative), 8 (vocab), 9 (optative subjunctive), 10 (verbs of fearing); work on ex 11 for submission

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

Continue Lectio III - lines 130-177, accompanied by work on exercitia 7 (neg. imperative), 8 (vocab), 9 (optative subjunctive), 10 (verbs of fearing); work on ex 11 for submission

informal checks for understanding; participation;

 

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