How to do the Vocabulary Picto -PowerPoint Presentation. Check out the next few slides!. The very first slide or the title slide should have the following: The chapter of the vocabulary words you are doing The relevant pages in the text book The number of vocab words in your chapter.
How to do the Vocabulary Picto-PowerPoint Presentation
Check out the next few slides!
The very first slide or the title slide should have the following:
The chapter of the vocabulary words you are doing
The relevant pages in the text book
The number of vocab words in your chapter.
The date – (make sure you finish today!!!)
Chapter 27 of “Latin textbook”
33 words found on pages 81-82
By Julius Caesar
Latin information form my weblist step 4
= English meaning step 5
(several derivatives – at least 6 or 7 from the bigger lists from my weblists)step 6
(puerile, puericulture, puerperial)
currō, currere, cucurrī, cursūrus/a/um = to run
[concourse, concur, concurrent, corral, corridor, courier, course, currency, current, curricula (plural), curricular, curriculum (singular), curriculum vitae (c.v.), cursive, cursor, cursory, discourse, discursive, excursion, extracurricular, incur, incursion, intercourse, occur, occurrence, precursor, recourse, recur, recurrence, recurrent, telecourse, thermocurrent, xenocurrency]
frigidus, a, um
[frigid, frigideserta, frigidity, frigidly, frigidness, frigolabile, frigophile, frigophilic, frigophily, frigophobia, frigorie, frigorific, frigorimeter, frigorism, frigostabile, frigostable, frigotherapy, frisson (s), frissons (pl), refrigerant, refrigerate, refrigeration, refrigerator]
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Remember to make the order of the words or slides random or quite different from the order in the book!!!
Your grade on the Vocab Picto-PowerPoint will be a percentage of the number of correct items (see previous slide for how points might be deducted) in your whole PPT divided by the number of things that ought to be present in your whole PPT.