05.12 Work File
People, Places, and Events
When studying history, it is important to understand the interrelationship of people,
places, and events. To know about them as individual, discrete entities is not sufficient.
Below are four opportunities to int
05.06 Work File
Translate the missing word or phrase below and answer grammatical questions.
A. Milites Caesarem consilia facientem vident.
1.The soldiers see Caesar making plans.
2. What does facientem modify or agree with? Caesarem
3. What is the tense
03.09 Work Files
It is time to roll the camera. Using your flashcards, review the Vocabulary Props
you have had so far. Choose derivatives of 25 different Latin words, and write
English sentences which include the derivative and the meaning of the Latin
3.11 Hic and Ille Work File
Type in the translation below each sentence.
1. Haec est mea patria, terra quam amo. (a favorite song!)
2. Hic est meus amor-Latinam docere. (said by your teacher!)
3. "Mater, numquam illud facio!" (said by an anxious teenager!
Work File 04.03 History Webquest
Type in the answer to each question:
1. This painting depicts one of the two symbols of Rome and portrays the
beginning of Rome's history, the monarchy. What happened to each of
the babies? What was the date of the foundin
Work File 04.04 People, Places, and Events
Identify the following people, places, and events via a one-sentence description of their
importance to Roman history. You may also include graphics.
The first to rule Rome
Early rulers but did
The romans had led an expedition into the desert but eventually lost due to the lower quality of their
gear. They were then captured by the enemy but eventually escaped. They then wanted t get back to
Europe but failed and ended up in china with the Huns.
03.07 Work File
Read the beginning and end of the story in English and translate the middle portion using your
dictionary found in the Appendix of the course.
Ulysses had been transported to Ithaca on a ship of the Phaecians. Ulysses finds
Work File 01.14
Directions: Type your translation in the space under each sentence. Remember
that you can use the course dictionary by going to Lessons and clicking on
1. In Italia, sunt (there are) multae (many) viae.
In Italy ther