rLATIN COURSE FOR TEENAGERS – PART VI (JUNE 2017 – OCTOBER 2017) TUTOR: Dr, JOHN WHELPTON
The textbook for this course, Cambridge Latin Course, is by far the most popular in the UK and is used by over 90% of schools teaching Latin. Students will already have a copy of Book III which we began using in Part V of the course You will be supplied with Powerpoints illustrating each of the Cambridge stages covered in Part VI. Please note that these are copyright materials and should not be passed on to anybody else. You will be welcome to contact me on email@example.com if you have questions at any time, including the long break in the middle of the course (from mid-July to mid-September) There is also additional introductory material at http://linguae.weebly.com/latin--greek.html
Session 1: 6/6 Quiz on vocabulary for Stage 21. Reading of Vilbia and consolidation of perfect passive participles on pages 9-10. Perfect active participles (page 26). Homework: Prepare Modestus and amor omni vincit (scaena prīma).
Session 2 13/6 Reading Modestus and amor omnia vincit (scaena prīma). Revision of classroom vocabulary (if you have lost this document, download it from the top of http://linguae.weebly.com/courses.html Homework: Prepare amor omnia vincit (scaena secunda, scaena tertia). Read `About the language II: more about the genitive’ (p.31).
Session 3 20/6 Completing reading of amor vincit omnia. Word patterns (adjectives and adverbs) Practising the language (noun and adjective endings) - pgs.32 and 33.. Homework: Prepare for vocabulary test on Stage 22, look at LATIN 23
Session 4 27/6 Vocabulary quiz on Stage 22. Reading LATIN 23 Powerpoint. Pair/group translating of in thermīs I Revision of verb tenses using LATIN VERB.ppt. Homework: Write out translation of in thermīs II on alternate lines, prepare epistula Cephalī.
Session 5 4/7 Check translation of in thermīs II and hand in written version. Oral translation of epistula Cephalī. `About the language’ I (revision of particples) and II (plural of neuter nouns). Revision of noun endings (LATIN NOUNS). Homework: Prepare for vocabulary quiz on Stage 23 and read Britannia perdomita.
Session 6 11/7 Vocabulary quiz on Stage 23. Oral translation of Britannia perdomita View Powerpoint on Roman gods. `Practising the language’ (personal endings of verbs, use of perfect participles)(p.23). Homework: Look at the Powerpoints LATIN 24 and LATIN 25, read all the passages in Stages 24 and 25 and read the culture notes at the end of both stages. Revise vocabulary for Stages 1-23 using the CLC vocabulary tester and/or flashcards sets at http://linguae.weebly.com/flashcards.html Write out on alternate lines translation of Quīntus cōnsilium capit (p.58).
MID-COURSE BREAK Session 7 19/9 Quiz on vocabulary for stages 1-23. Look at Powerpoint LATIN 24, read in itinere and check and hand in translation of Quīntus cōnsilium capit. Cum and pluperfect subjunctive (pg. 60). Revision of indicative tenses. Homework: Re-read Salvius cōnsilium cognōscit.
Session 8 26/9 Oral translation of Salvius cōnsilium cognōscit. Time clauses with cum and the imperfect subjunctive. Word patterns and practicing the language (adjective forms, substitution of forms of pronoun is./ea/id for nouns). Homework: Re-read LATIN 25 and Strythiō
Session 9 3/10 Oral translation of LATIN 25 and of Strythiō. Begin pair/group translation of Modestus custos. Homework: Write out translation on alternate lines of Modestus custōs
Session 10 10/10 Check translation of Modestus custōs and hand in. Indirect questions and the imperfect and pluperfect subjunctives. Revision of noun endings (LATIN NOUNS.ppt) Homework (for those proceeding to Latin VII): read Modestus perfuga and prepare for vocabulary quiz on stage 25.