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LATN 1002 SCHEDULE: Ver, MMVI [rev. January 9, 2006] {This course syllabus is a general plan for the course; any necessary changes will be announced to the class.} The following assignments should be completed PRIOR to the class day indicated. Jan.9/M INTRODUCTION USUAL SCHEDULE: We spend two or three days on each Wheelock chapter. 3-DAY CHAPTERS: for the 1st day on each chapter study Wheelock's discussion, memorize new paradigms, definitions, and vocabulary (listen to the chapter’s new Vocabulary on the Mark Miner CD’s or the AUDIO LINKS page at www.wheelockslatin.com), and write into your notebook your translation of selected English-to-Latin sentences, unless otherwise assigned) and Sententiae Ant quae (SA, even-numbered, unless otherwise assigned); for the 2nd day , review forms and vocabulary (listen to the AUDIO LINKS page), and write out your translation of assigned reading passage(s) in Wheelock; for the 3rd day review forms and vocabulary and write out your translation of the Groton passage. Listen to Wheelock’s SA and reading passages on the Miner CD’s. 2-DAY CHAPTERS: for the 1st day study Wheelock's discussion, memorize new paradigms, definitions, and vocabulary (use the Miner CD’s or the AUDIO LINKS English-to-Latin)/SA (even) and/or Wheelock's reading passage(s), as assigned below; for the 2nd day review forms and vocabulary and write out your translation of both the Wheelock passage(s) and the Groton passage. Listen to Wheelock’s SA and reading passages on the Miner CD’s. DAILY QUIZZES: Wheelock passage(s) quiz first day, new forms/syntax and reading passage(s) quiz second (and/or third) day. Practice each chapter's new material, using the Workbook for Wheelock's Latin and the Latin Flash Drill software, AUDIO LINKS, and Vocabulary Flash Cards or the Latin Vocab Drill software. YOUR NOTEBOOK should contain for each chapter: 1) an outline of the text; 2) practice declensions/conjugations corresponding to paradigms presented in the text; 3) Groton's vocabularies (beginning with Ch. 3) added to a running vocabulary list in a computer file or in your notebook or on vocabulary cards (do this with Wheelock too, if you're not using the Vocabulary Flash Cards or Latin Vocab Drill ); 4) assigned translations. 10-12/TWTh Wheelock (W) 21 (P&R/SA, Vergil; NOT Groton) DROP-ADD ENDS MIDNIGHT THURSDAY/JANUARY 12 16/M: MARTIN LUTHER KING HOLIDAY 17-18/TW W (Martial/Cicero) and Groton (G) 22 19/Th TEST 1 23-25/MTW W 23 (P&R/SA, Vergil; NOT Groton) 26,30-31/ThMT Feb.1-2,6/WThM W 25 (P&R/SA, Vergil; NOT Groton) 7/T TEST 2
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8-9/W-Th W 26 (P&R/SA, Caesar, Martial; NOT Groton) 13-15/MTW W 27 (P&R/SA, Catullus, Terence; NOT Groton) 16,20-21/ThMT 22/W TEST 3 23,27-28/ThMT
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course LANG 1120 taught by Professor Magister during the Spring '09 term at Abant İzzet Baysal University.

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