Session 1 9/4 Reading passage Poppaea (stage 5). Revision of grammar overview from LATIN NOUNS and LATIN VERBS – focusing particularly on forms seen so far used (nominative singular and plural, accusative singular of declensions 1-3, singular present indicative and 3rd. person plural). Practising the language (pg. 63). Homework: vocab checklist for Stage 5, prepare in theātrō (p.63)..
Session 2 16/4 Vocab test on Stage 5 and translation of in theātrō, CLC Stage 6, Introductory Powerpoint. (LATIN 5) Reading passage pugna and Fēlīx. The Imperfect and Perfect tenses. Homework: prepare Fēlīx et fūr, read `Slaves and freedmen’.
Session 3 23/4 Reading passages Fēlīx et fūr and avārus (pg. 76). Slaves and freedmen. CLC Stage 7: Introductory Powerpoint (LATIN 7).
Session 4 30/4 CLC Stage 7: reading passages fābula mīrābilis, Dēcēns and post cēnam. Roman beliefs about the afterlife. Homework: prepare Metella et Melissa
Session 5 7/5 CLC Stage 7: Read Metella et Melissa Practising the Language (singular and plural verb, nominative and accusative), Powerpoint for Stage 8 (LATIN 8). Accusative plural. Homework: prepare gladiatōrēs and learn Stage 7 checklist vocabulary.
Session 6 14/5 Vocabulary quiz for stage 7. CLC Stage 8: Reading passages gladiātōrēs, in arēna.
Session 8 28/5 Video of `Androclus and the Lion': https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=144&v=Y2wYN3q2138 Vocabulary quiz for Stage 8. CLC Stage 9: Introductory Powerpoint (LATIN 9). The dative case. Homework: written translation of in palaestrā Session 9 4/6 Correct translation of in palaestrā and read in tabernā. CLC Stage 10: Introductory Powerpoint (LATIN 10). Session 10: 11/6 Quiz on stage 9 vocabulary. CLC Stage 10 Reading passages: contōversia, statuae and 1st. and 2nd. person plural of verbs. Comparison of adjectives. Roman education, Homework: written translation of ānulus aegyptius