DAILY LESSON PLAN

 

WEEK OF: May 6, 2013

COURSE: AP Latin - Latin IV

TEACHER: Snyder

 

UNIT:

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CHAPTER:

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LESSON TITLE AND NUMBER:

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LENGTH OF LESSON IN DAYS:

5

 

REFERENCE MATERIAL:

Vergil's Aeneid, Selected Readings from Books 1, 2, 4, and 6, ed. Boyd

 

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

work on vocabulary and reading skills; consider how the poet describes the storm at sea, Aeneas' reaction, the devastation of the Trojan ships, the awakening of Neptune

Continue work on Lesson 3, Bk 1, lines 81-131, writing out "literal translation" and responses to the workbook questions; develop vocabulary lists, flashcards

informal checks for comprehension;

 

discussion

Books; copies of workbook pages ­–

If anybody cares to use it, here is the link to the Vergil Project,

TUES.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.1; 1.2

2.1; 2.2

3.1; 3.2

4.1, 4.2

5.1

work on vocabulary and reading skills; consider how the poet describes the storm at sea, Aeneas' reaction, the devastation of the Trojan ships, the awakening of Neptune

Continue work on Lesson 3, Bk 1, lines 81-131, writing out "literal translation" and responses to the workbook questions; develop vocabulary lists, flashcards

informal checks for comprehension;

 

discussion

Probably no class today because of GRADE assessment periods 1-3

WEDS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.1; 1.2

2.1; 2.2

3.1; 3.2

4.1, 4.2

5.1

work on vocabulary and reading skills; observe how Neptune asserts power over the winds (his rebuke of them) and calms the seas (the influential man simile) as the remnants of the Trojan fleet find a safe harbor and put to shore.

Begin work on Lesson 4, Bk 1, lines 132-179, writing out "literal translation" and responses to the workbook questions; develop vocabulary lists, flashcards

informal checks for comprehension;

 

discussion

We will wrap up such preparations as are possible for the Test.

It is, frankly, hopeless.

And we will return to »rberg. 

THURS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.1; 1.2

2.1; 2.2

3.1; 3.2

4.1, 4.2

5.1

work on vocabulary and reading skills; observe how Neptune asserts power over the winds (his rebuke of them) and calms the seas (the influential man simile) as the remnants of the Trojan fleet find a safe harbor and put to shore.

Continue work on Lesson 4, Bk 1, lines 132-179, writing out "literal translation" and responses to the workbook questions; develop vocabulary lists, flashcards

informal checks for comprehension;

 

discussion

AP test this afternoon

FRI.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.1; 1.2

2.1; 2.2

3.1; 3.2

4.1, 4.2

5.1

Chapter 25 – Theseus Et Minotaurus

Lectio I: Plural Place Names;

Lectio II: review in/to/from rules;

Lectio III: imperative plural of deponents; objective genitive

 

Continue/finish reading Chapter 25 together

informal checks for comprehension;

 

discussion

The pretense can be abandoned today