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Latin for the New Millennium Level 3

1.A.i

Narrative

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

Activity

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

1.A.ii

Narrative

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

Activity

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

1.B.i

Narrative

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

Activity

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

1.B.ii

Narrative

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

Activity

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

1.C.i

Narrative

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

Activity

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

1.C.ii

Narrative

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

Activity

Student Text: Not standard inclusion for upper-level Latin texts; corresponding activities to meet these targets are usually teacher-dependent.

 

2.A.i

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 18-22, authentic Latin prose selection, Caesar De Bello Gallico 1.1

Student Text: p. 106, authentic Latin lyric poem, Catullus Carmen 13

Teacher's Guide: pp. 10-11, Translation

Teacher's Guide: p. 92, Translation

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 23, Comprehension Questions 2 and 3

Student Text: p. 108, Comprehension Questions 1-3

Student Text: p. 147, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: p. 12, Comprehension Questions 2 and 3

Teacher's Guide: p. 94, Comprehension Questions 1-3

Teacher's Guide: p. 125, Essay Question

 

2.B.i

Narrative

Student Text: p. 120, authentic Latin poetry selection, Catullus Carmen 51, lines 9-12

Student Text: p. 28, authentic Latin prose selection, Caesar De Bello Gallico 1.1

Teacher's Guide: p. 105, Translation

Teacher's Guide: pp. 10-11, Translation

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 121, Comprehension Question 2

Student Text: p. 29, Essay Question

Student Text: p. 61, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: p. 107, Comprehension Question 2

Teacher's Guide: pp. 17-18, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: p. 43, Essay Question

 

2.B.ii

Narrative

Student Text: p. 88, authentic Latin lyric poem, Catullus Carmen 1

Student Text: pp. 182-190, authentic Latin prose selection, Cicero In Catilinam I 6.15-16, 7.16-18

Teacher's Guide: p. 62, Translation

Teacher's Guide: pp. 157-158, Translation

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 90, Essay Question

Student Text: p. 195, Essay Question

Student Text: p. 245, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: p. 68, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: pp. 164-165, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: p. 213, Essay Question

 

2.B.iii

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 98-100, authentic Latin lyric poem, Catullus Carmen 8

Student Text: p. 106, authentic Latin lyric poem, Catullus Carmen 13

Teacher's Guide: p. 81, Translation

Teacher's Guide: p. 92, Translation

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 104, Essay Question

Student Text: p. 111, Essay Question

Student Text: p. 217, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: pp. 87-88, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: p. 97, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: p. 190, Essay Question

 

2.C.i

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 88 and 112, authentic Latin lyric poems, Catullus Carmen 1 and Carmen 49

Student Text: pp. 246-248, authentic Latin epic poem selection, Vergil Aeneid 1.421-440

Teacher's Guide: pp. 62, 100, Translation

Teacher's Guide: pp. 217-218, Translation

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 116, Essay Question

Student Text: p. 252, Essay Question

Student Text: p. 407, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: pp. 103-104, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: pp. 224-225, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: pp. 390-391, Essay Question

 

2.D.i

Narrative

Student Text: p. 280, authentic Latin epic poem selection, Vergil Aeneid 2.721-729

Student Text: p. 192, Take Note 2

Student Text: p. 171, Study Tip

Student Text: p. 56, Take Note 1

Teacher's Guide: pp. 258-259, Translation

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 281, Note for Line 726

 

2.E.i

Narrative

Student Text: p. 68, authentic Latin prose selection, Caesar De Bello Gallico 1.6-7

Student Text: p. 244, authentic Latin epic poem selection, Vergil Aeneid 1.1-11; By the Way

Student Text: p. 319, authentic Latin lyric poem, Horace Odes 1.5, Note for Line 15

Teacher's Guide: pp. 45-46, Translation

Teacher's Guide: p. 47, Teaching Tip for p. 64

Teacher's Guide: p. 208, Translation

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 69, Take Note 1

 

3.A.i

Narrative

Student Text: pp. 358, 360-362, 366-370, 376-382, authentic Latin poem selections, Ovid Metamorphoses 4.65-166

Student Text: pp. 254-258, authentic Latin epic poem selection, Vergil Aeneid 2.201-222

Teacher's Guide: pp. 342, 349-350, 356, 365-366, Translations

Teacher's Guide: p. 232, Translation

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 388, Essay Question

Student Text: p. 264, Essay Question

Student Text: p. 471, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: p. 373, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: pp. 238-239, Essay Question

Teacher's Guide: pp. 454-455, Essay Question

 

3.B.i

Narrative

Student Text: p. 120, authentic Latin lyric poetry selection, Catullus Carmen 51.9-16

Student Text: p. xxix, Introduction, Paragraphs 4-6

Student Text: p. 233, Paragraph 1

Teacher's Guide: pp. xii-xiii, Aural/Oral Latin

 

Activity

Student Text: p. 120, Notes for Lines 10 and 11

Student Text: p. 146, authentic Latin prose selection, Cicero Pro Archia Poeta Sentences 1-3, Note for Line 5

Teacher's Guide: p. 62, Oral Activity

Teacher's Guide: p. 106, "sibilance" under first Teaching Tip

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