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  1. Tuesday

  2. Calescite! Decline “therma, thermae” f. bath (Write that  and the DECLENSION NUMBER at the top of your page.) What else should you create? Hint: Magistra Flynn hearts _______!!!

  3. Which TWO cases have we learned so far? Put a star by each one.

  4. Reminder: Late Work Policy • Reb Recovery • Dry Erase Board notice • Within one week : 70 • After one week: 50 • Testing : Absent/Retakes

  5. Stage 9 Model Sentences • pg. 142 • Practice reading Latin aloud • Translate into English

  6. Dative Case (from “do, dare, dedī” = “I give, to give, I gave”) • translated as TO / FOR • INDIRECT OBJECT • receives the DIRECT OBJECT • Example: • I gave a gift to the slave. • donumservōdedī. • Create your own example in Anglice:

  7. Dative Case • pg. 148 has even more examples • check out Part A • Take TWO minutes to look over these before I call on you to read them for the class • in utrumquelinguae Latina et Anglice • Now take THREE minutes to translate the ODD numbers only, Part D, pg. 149

  8. “thermae” • As I read aloud, look at the words. Which ones do you recognize? • Now study the new vocab in the list below the story. Write two sentences describing what you think the story will be about. • Begin translating, from lines 1 – 8. If you finish early, HELP a neighbor. • DON’T complete the story!

  9. Wednesday

  10. Calescite! Decline fīlius, fīliī, m. (son)

  11. Which form would you use to say: The son praised his father. The father showed the painting to his son. WHY?

  12. Dative Case (from “do, dare, dedī” = “I give, to give, I gave”) • translated as TO / FOR • INDIRECT OBJECT : receives DIRECT OBJECT • Example • I gave a gift to the slave. • donumservōdedī. • Create your own example in Anglice:

  13. Dative Case • pg. 148 has even more examples • check out Part A • Take TWO minutes to look over these before I call on you to read them for the class • in utrumquelinguae Latina et Anglice • Now take THREE minutes to translate the ODD numbers only, Part D, pg. 149

  14. “thermae” • As I read aloud, look at the words. Which ones do you recognize? • Now study the new vocab. Write two sentences describing what you think the story will be about. • Begin translating, from lines 1 – 8. If you finish early, HELP a neighbor. • DON’T complete the story!

  15. Thursday

  16. Calescite! Decline cīvis, cīvis m. (citizen)

  17. “thermae” • Continue translating, from lines 1 – 8. If you finish early, HELP a neighbor. • 20 minutes • CHECK translation • Finish translating, from line 9 – end for praescriptumdomesticum

  18. Friday

  19. Calescite! Translate into Latin: The boy is working. The citizen is carrying the toga. The baby was crying.

  20. Calescite! Translate into Latin: The boy is working. puerlaborat. The citizen is carrying the toga for a friend. civisamicōtogamportat. The baby was crying. infanslacrimabat.

  21. “thermae” • Need colored pen/cil • Write at the bottom: • COMPLETE • STOPPED AT LINE # ____ • DON’T HAVE BECAUSE ____________ • Make corrections as we translate together

  22. “in palaestrā” pg. 146 • Groups of 3 – 4; EVERYONE TRANSLATES, & decide whose job it is to • read the Latin • read English translation • read questions • read the answers to questions • Group 1 : 1 – 9 • Group 2 : 10 – 16 • Group 3 : 17 – 23 • Group 4 : 24 – 32 STOP TIME: ____________

  23. “in palaestrā” pg. 146 • Each person is responsible for listening to presenters • AND answering questions on their OWN sheet of paper