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Latin Tutoring review by Benjamin in Fort Worth, TX
Today we went over Latin result clauses. To practice, we did some English to Latin translations. We then discussed the theme of language in the book 1984--specifically the manipulation of language. We then read excerpts of "Politics and the English Language" written by Orwell in 1946, two years before he wrote 1984. It is a non-fiction version of the argument against the political manipulation of language.
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Latin Tutoring review by Toni in Fort Worth, TX
In our session, the student and I continued working on his culture worksheet on the Roman system of patronage. While most of his other culture worksheets had been fairly straightforward, this one required a bit more thought and knowledge of the culture. Once we finished with the worksheet, he mentioned his concern about the upcoming SAT, and we spent the last few minutes of our session discussing some basic strategy and where he felt his strengths and challenges lay on the test. As we discussed, I am planning out a quick SAT crash course for him beginning next week. Hopefully we can get him prepared enough to really knock it out of the park!
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Latin Tutoring review by Sebastian in Fort Worth, TX
We covered new forms of Latin verbs: perfect subjunctive and pluperfect subjunctive. We learned the sequence of tenses and how to ask indirect questions. We reviewed the new vocabulary.
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Latin Tutoring review by Andrew in Fort Worth, TX
Today we did a lot of review of the forms and uses of the various pronouns. We started out with a bit of clarification on the use of participles and how they're translated into English, before diving into pronouns. We reviewed the relative pronoun, the interrogative pronoun and adjective, the forms of is, ea, id, and also pronominal adjectives. Throughout, she was able to use the practice sentences from her class handouts to get a great deal of practice identifying the forms and meanings of the different pronouns. The student still has some work to do with actually memorizing the various paradigms, but she did very well with actually translating the sentences once the forms were identified. I had her bracketing off the relative clauses, which helped her in identifying the structure of the sentences, an approach we've used before in finding the basic structure of a sentence. In addition, I emphasized the similarity between all of the pronouns, with common endings in the genitive and dative throughout.
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Latin Tutoring review by Hannah in Fort Worth, TX
To begin our session, I asked Student 1 and Student 2 to define and give examples of nouns and adjectives. They both remembered the definition of a noun but didn't remember the definition of an adjective. I reminded them that an adjective is a word that gives us more information about a person, place, or thing. They had fun describing their coats (green, pink, soft, etc.). Student 1 described the table as "smooth" and said that when things are "smooth" she thinks they are also "soft." After reviewing nouns and adjectives, I gave the students each three flashcards with the names of animals written in English on one side. For each flashcard, I asked them to draw a picture of the animal on the blank side of the card and label their drawing with both the animal name and sound in Latin (e.g. Serpens sibilant. "The snake hisses."). I explained that the words for the animal sounds are examples of verbs. Student 2 was surprised that he could already write a complete sentence in Latin by pairing the animal name and sound (e.g. Porcus grunnit. "The pig grunts."). We finished up our session with coloring and review. I gave the students the flashcards they made to take home and use to review the Latin animal names and sounds before our next session.
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Latin Tutoring review by Will in Fort Worth, TX
The student and I began again in the new year by working with comparative and superlative words. We covered exercises in the 23rd chapter and went over future assignments in the course.
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