• Shurley Grammar 6

    Shurley English 6 for March 6th

    This week we started chapter 22.  The grammar focus this week is predicate adjectives – pattern 5.  Everyone did very well on our practice sentences in class.  Finish lessons 1-4. I will check your work on Friday. For composition complete sections:  Paraphrases and Variations Part 2.  Your final draft will not be due until the week after Spring Break.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to text me.

  • First Form Latin, Year 2

    First Form Latin, Year 2 for March 6th

    This is the last week before Spring Break!!! Resist the urge to slack off; stay strong!  This week start the workbook pages for Lesson XXX. Your quiz this week will be on the 1st and 2nd conjugations, imperfect and future tense charts. You can find the 1st conjugation charts in Lesson VI, page 20 and the 2nd conjugation charts are in our current lesson, Lesson XXX. Remember, fortis manete!

  • First Form Latin, Year 2

    First Form Latin, Year 2 for February 28th

    This week complete workbook exercises for Lesson XXIX.  Make note of any questions you may have from the exercises, and we will go over them in class. Your quiz for this Friday will be the vocabulary from Lesson XXIX, page 74 of the textbook.  You must give the complete dictionary form of the verbs as given in the list on page 74. Pater Noster Qui es in caelis, sanctificetur Nomen Tuum (This is your bonus.) Don’t forget to bring me your (signed by parent) quiz from last week.

  • First Form Latin, Year 2

    First Form Latin, Year 2 for February 21st

    This week we start Unit V, Lesson XXIX!  This is the last unit of First Form Latin!!! Stay the course and finish well. This week, start working on the workbook exercises for Lesson XXIX.  For the quiz memorize, the second conjugation, present tense chart on page 74 of the textbook and the Latin saying. You should recognize the second verb in the saying (Insert smile here!) Also, on your quiz will be the first conjugation, present tense chart from Lesson I on page 10.  With every new part of second conjugation we learn, we will be reviewing its first conjugation counterpart.  And remember, noli deficere! Nomen______________________________ Datum______________________ First Form Latin, Year…