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Latin for the New Millennium Level 2 2nd Edition, print book  TEKS-Student (pdf)

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Classical Languages, Level II, Novice Mid to Intermediate Mid Proficiency Correlations

 

Latin for the New Millennium Level 2 2nd Edition

1.A.i

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 26-28, Language Fact II

Student Text: p. 78, Language Fact III

Teacher's Guide: p. 95, Teaching Tip

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 28, Exercise 6

Student Text: p. 82, Exercise 6

Teacher's Guide: p. 33, Oral Exercise 3

Teacher's Guide: p. 34, Exercise 6 Answers

Teacher's Guide: p. 98, Exercise 6 Answers

Teacher's Guide: pp. 52-53, Oral Exercise 2

 

1.A.ii

Narrative

Student Text: p. 46, Unadapted Latin Reading from Nepos's Life of Atticus

Student Text: p. 86, Unadapted Latin Reading from Nepos's Life of Atticus

Teacher's Guide: p. 58, Translation of Atticus Goes to Athens

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 48, Questions about the Text

Student Text: p. 88, Questions about the Text

Teacher's Guide: p. 60, Answers to Questions about the Text

Teacher's Guide: p. 104, Answers to Questions about the Text

Teacher's Guide: p. 48, second Teacher by the Way

Teacher's Guide: pp. 95-96, Oral Exercise 3

 

1.B.i

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 9-10, Language Fact III

Student Text: pp. 149-151, Language Fact I

Student Text: p. 153, Language Fact II

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 154, Exercise 3

Teacher's Guide: p. 14, Oral Exercise 3

Teacher's Guide: p. 178, Exercise 3 Answers

Teacher's Guide: p. 177, Oral Exercise 2

Teacher's Guide: p. 180, Oral Exercise 4

 

1.B.ii

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 77, By the Way

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 78, Exercise 4

Student Text: pp. 101-102, Talking about a Reading

Teacher's Guide: p. 120, Translation of the Latin Conversation

Teacher's Guide: p. 95, Exercise 4 Answers

Teacher's Guide: p. 93, Oral Exercise 1

Teacher's Guide: p. 94, Oral Exercise 2

 

1.C.i

Narrative

Student Text: p. 98, Language Fact II

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 99, Exercise 6

Teacher's Guide: p. 118, Exercise 6 Answers

Teacher's Guide: p. 117, Oral Exercise 2

Teacher's Guide: p. 118-119, Oral Exercise 3

 

1.C.ii

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 9-10, Language Fact III

Student Text: p. 153, Language Fact II

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 12, Exercise 5

Student Text: p. 154, Exercise 3

Teacher's Guide: p. 15, Exercise 5 Answers

Teacher's Guide: p. 12, Oral Exercise 2

Teacher's Guide: p. 15, Oral Exercise 4

Teacher's Guide: p. 178, Exercise 3 Answers

 

2.A.i

Narrative

Student Text: p. 15, Unadapted Latin Reading from Nepos's Life of Atticus

Student Text: p. 30, Unadapted Latin Reading from Nepos's Life of Atticus

Teacher's Guide: p. 18, Translation of The Family of Atticus

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 16, Questions about the Text

Student Text: p. 32, Questions about the Text

Teacher's Guide: p. 19, Answers to Questions about the Text

Teacher's Guide: p. 36, Translation of Atticus Excels in School

Teacher's Guide: p. 38, Answers to Questions about the Text

 

2.B.i

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 70-71, Reading from adapted Latin of historian William of Tyre

Student Text: pp. 17-19, Reading from adapted Latin of the biographer Einhard

Teacher's Guide: p. 87, Translation of the Latin Passage

Teacher's Guide: p. 25, Translation of the Latin Passage

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 72, Comprehension Question 3 (see fourth Teacher's Guide: p. 23 Teaching Tip)

Teacher's Guide: p. 89, Answer to Comprehension Quesiton 3

Teacher's Guide: p. 7, How to Use This Book, 2nd paragraph

Teacher's Guide: p. 23, Teaching Tip

2.B.ii

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 90-91, Reading: Background Information and adapted Latin from the medieval Archpoet

Student Text: pp. 146-147, Reading from the adapted Latin of the humanist Petrarch

Teacher's Guide: p. 111, Translation of the Latin Passage

Teacher's Guide: pp. 172-173, Translation of the Latin Passage

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 92, Comprehension Questions 1-3 (see Teacher's Guide: p. 7, How to Use This Book, 2nd paragraph)

Student Text: p. 148, Comprehension Questions 1-4 (see fifth Teacher's Manual citation below)

Teacher's Guide: p. 112, Answers to Comprehension Questions

Teacher's Guide: p. 174, Answers to Comprehension Questions

Teacher's Guide: p. 7, How to Use This Book, 2nd paragraph

 

2.B.iii

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 192-193, Reading from the adapted Latin of the humanist Erasmus

Student Text: pp. 392-394, Unadapted Latin Reading from Nepos's Life of Atticus

Teacher's Guide: p. 220, Translation of Latin Reading Passage

Teacher's Guide: p. 453, Translation of The Ship of State

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 194, Comprehension Questions 2-4 (see Teacher's Guide: p. 7, How to Use This Book, 2nd paragraph)

Teacher's Guide: p. 222, Answers to Comprehension Questions 2-4

Teacher's Guide: p. 456, Teaching Tip, 3rd paragraph

Teacher's Guide: p. 7, How to Use This Book, 2nd paragraph

 

2.C.i

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 309-310, Language Fact II

Student Text: p. 328, Study Tip

Student Text: p. 111, second By the Way

Teacher's Guide: p. 377, Teaching Tips 1 and 2

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 311, Exercise 3

Student Text: p. 330, Exercise 3

Teacher's Guide: p. 355, Exercise 3 Answers

Teacher's Guide: p. 378,  Exercise 3 Answers

 

2.D.i

Narrative

Student Text: p. 86, Unadapted Latin Reading from Nepos's Life of Atticus

Student Text: pp. 406-408, Unadapted Latin Reading from Nepos's Life of Atticus

Teacher's Guide: p. 103, Translation of Atticus Helps the Athenians

Teacher's Guide: pp. 465-466, Translation of Be It Ever So Humble, There Is No Place Like Home

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 88, Questions about the Text

Student Text: p. 410, Comprehension Questions

Teacher's Guide: p. 104, Answers to Questions about the Text

Teacher's Guide: p. 467, Answers to Comprehension Questions

 

3.A.i

Narrative

Student Text: p. 191, Memorabile Dictu

Student Text: p. 69, Memorabile Dictu; pp. 70-71, Reading from the adapted Latin of historian William of Tyre

Student Text: pp. 398-400, Unadapted Latin Reading from Nepos's Life of Atticus

Teacher's Guide: p. 459, Translation of Skillful Navigation

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 400, Comprehension Question 7

Teacher's Guide: p. x, Memorabile Dictu (relates to both student citations above)

Teacher's Guide: p. 86, Teaching Tip at top of page (in conjunction with citation from p. x)

Teacher's Guide: p. 460, Answer to Comprehension Question 7

 

3.A.ii

Narrative

Student Text: p. 30, Unadapted Latin Reading from Nepos's Life of Atticus

Student Text: p. 102, Unadapted Latin Reading from Nepos's Life of Atticus

Teacher's Guide: p. 120, Translation of the Latin Conversation

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 29, Talking about a Reading

Student Text: pp. 101-102, Talking about a Reading

Teacher's Guide: p. 35, Translation of the Latin Conversation

Teacher's Guide: p. 35, Teaching Tip

Teacher's Guide: p. 120, Teaching Tip

 

3.B.i

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 90-91, Reading: Background Information and adapted Latin from the medieval Archpoet

Student Text: pp. 106-107, Reading from the adapted Latin of the medieval Gesta Romanorum and p. 108 caption with Latin

Student Text: p. 30, Unadapted Latin Reading from Nepos's Life of Atticus

Teacher's Guide: p. 111, Translation of the Latin Passage

Teacher's Guide: pp. 130-131, Translation of the Latin Passage

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 32, Questions about the Text 2-4

Teacher's Guide: p. 109, Teaching Tip at bottom of page, sentence 4 to end

Teacher's Guide: p. 132, Teaching Tip

Teacher's Guide: p. 38, Answers to Questions about the Text 2-4

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