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Latin III – Stage 23 October 20th OBJECTIVES:
* Review the formation and use of the perfect active, perfect passive, and present active participles 1.1;1.2 * Identify and translate the comparison of adverbs 1.1; 1.2 * Read, answer questions, and translate Latin stories on Roman religion and astrology 1.1; 2.1; 4.2 * Describe and discuss the significance of Roman religion and astrology 2.1; 2.2; 3.1; 3.2; 4.2; 5.2

Warm-Up:
Copy and Translate:
Mortuus Omnibus Furibus
Rex, a Romanis honoratus, semper fidelis manebat.
Senex, deam precatus, abiit.

Agenda: (on Power Point)

1. Teacher and students will translate sections of PART I of “In Thermis” on p.46. 2. Students will write answers to several questions.
3. Teacher and students will translate the first section of PART II of “In Thermis” on pages 47-48. 4. Students will discuss answers to several questions.
5. Students will translate the remainder of the story on page 48 (lines 17 to the end).

Homework:
Complete 5-8 in Section D on page 49. (Practice with participles)

Answers to the Warm-Up:
Mortuus Omnibus Furibus = Death to all thieves. Rex, a Romanis honoratus, semper fidelis manebat. = The king, having been honored by the Romans, always remained loyal. Senex, deam precatus, abiit. = The old man, having prayed to the goddess, went away. Latin III – Stage 23October 22nd

OBJECTIVES:
* Review the formation and use of the perfect active, perfect passive, and present active participles 1.1;1.2 * Read, answer questions, and translate Latin stories on Roman religion and astrology 1.1; 2.1; 4.2

TURN IN HOMEWORK. (Translate 5, 6, 7, & 8 in Section D, p.49)

Warm-Up: Page 63 – Complete 1, 2, and 3 in Section A.
Write the entire analogy.

Agenda:
I. Review Participles
a. Handout 23.4. Underline the participle in sentences. b. Handout 23.4. Give the case, number, tense, and voice for each participle. c. Example #2 – quaerens – nominative, singular, present, active II. Review the story translated in the previous class

d. Handout - Section 23.1, “In Thermis” – Indicate the location in the bath complex for each activity or statement from the story on pages 46-48. e. Handout – Section 23.5, Dialogue Detection! Attempted Murder in the Baths! Based on your reading of In Thermis, match people to words they spoke. III. Determine which character says nothing and is considered guilty. Answers to Homework due today: Page 49, Part D (1-8)

1. The king, who was sitting in the middle of a crowd, greeted the chieftains. 2. After the freedman had returned to the bedroom, he tried to wake up Memor. 3. Vilbia showed Rubria the brooch which had been given to her by Modestus. 4. After the priests had prayed to the goddess, they sacrificed a lamb. 5. The temple which had been built by the Romans was near the sacred spring. 6. The sisters who were working in the tavern caught sight of a soldier. 7. The thief looked for objects which had been thrown into the spring. 8. Some slave-women, encouraged by their mistress, prepared the bedroom. 1. rex, sedens – present

2. libertus, regressus – perfect active
3. fibulam, datam – perfect passive
4. sacerdotes, precati – perfect active
5. templum, aedificatum – perfect passive
6. sorores, laborantes – present
7. res, iniectas – perfect passive
8. ancillae, incitatae – perfect passive

Latin III – Stage 23 October 26th OBJECTIVES:
* Review the formation and use of the perfect active, perfect passive, and present active participles 1.1;1.2 * Identify and translate the comparison of adverbs 1.1; 1.2 * Read, answer questions, and translate Latin stories on...
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