Nonus gradus



 

dies Lunae

dies Martis

dies Mercurii

dies Iovis

dies Veneris

April 20

 

carmen:  tempus est iocundum

21 dies laborandi

in penso:  A de bello Troiano 

22  mecum

imprimenda:  A

gr. 9 imagines

 

de casu dativo (in libello, paginae 2-5) 

23  dies laborandi

in penso: B (imagines)

 

 

24  imprimenda: B

 

narratio: thermae

started derivatives  

 

 

27   dies laborandi

in penso:  C & D

in computatro:

28 cum Magistra

 

de casu dativo

(cum dulcibus)

 

in penso:  E , F, G

29  in conclavi computatrali

 exercitatio 1:  Dative forms (I)

exercitatio 3:  Dative forms in sentences

30  dies laborandi

 

in penso:  E , F, G

1o die mense Maia

 

ludus  

4   mecum

imprimendae:

E , F, G

narratio, “in palaestra”

et probatiuncula

5 dies laborandi

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

recensio ante probationem;

casus dativus cum socio

7

 

 

8 Probatio

Res:

casus dativus (and the other cases you’ve learned):  choose Latin words to complete a sentence (recognition)

vocab/comprehension:  put words back into a story you have or haven’t seen before; choose word that completes the sentence logically & grammatically

derivatives

quaesita: answer Latin questions Latine about a story

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 15

 

 

 

 

 

22

25

Nullae sessiones

26

 

Narratio,

“in apodyterio 

 

 

27

In conclave computatrali.

 

Optional review item:

Brevis recensio ante secundam probationem

 

Did you do and print out ex. 2, 4, and 5 (see links below this calendar)? And staple them to your pensum?

 

Did you finish the pensum?  Due tomorrow.

 

 

 

28 secunda probatio noni gradus?

A.  Casus dativus:  forms and in sentences — items from the computer exercises; “choose the forms that correctly translate the sentence”;  identifying parts of English & / or Latin sentences (subject, direct object, indirect object); circle the Latin word forms that correctly translate the English sentence.

 

B.  Culture topic:  the baths.   Short answer &/or matching.  Re-read the article in your libellus.

 

C.  Dicta Latina.    Be prepared to translate them (fairly literally) or put back missing words (given a list to choose from)

29

 

 

 

exercitatio 1:  Dative forms (I)

 

exercitatio 2:  Dative forms (II)

 

exercitatio 3:  Dative forms in sentences

 

exercitatio 4:  "Donum" -- a vocabulary story

exercitatio 5:  plures sententiae

 

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