See below the schedule for which words to focus on for the quizzes and which to ignore.
W 9-20: Vocab Quiz 58!
T 9-26: Comprehension Quiz 59!
W 9-27: Comprehension Quiz 59'!
R 9-28: Test 2!
Vocab Words from 58!
municipium, flamen, posterus, circa, paulo
ultra, alloqui, decurio, vehere, expeditus
mos, comes, eques, plebs, agmen
rixa, tumultus, respicere, minitabundus, umerus
traicere, oriri, pugna, proximus, deferre
solacium, latere, conficere, cadaver, graviter
saucius, rus, tollere, perferre, infimus
luctus, circumstare, augere, invidia, ostenndere
confluere, vulgus, imperitus, calcare, rostra
studere, scriba, cremare, ignis, flagrare
item, iungere, amburere
This is the last test, just in case anyone still wants to see it.
Section I - is on verb parsing.
Section II - is reading/translation and broken up into A and B. IIA is straight translation from chapter 57 for this. IIB is a little paragraph I wrote based on 57 with multiple choice questions to follow.
Section III - is is sport. See the notes below for more info on educational values and panhellenism.
Section IV - is optional bonus regarding ablatives found in the text from II.
This is a space holder for project info when we assign the first one of those.
I'm going to be posting some grammar reference material here. Particularly stuff on cases, but possibly other relevant stuff too.
Here's that master list of conjunctions I promised.
1.ac 2. an
3. antequam 4. at
5. atque 6. aut
7. autem 8. cum
9. donec 10. dum
11. enim 12. ergo
13. et 14. etiamsi
15. etsi 16. igitur
17. nam 18. ne
19. nec 20. neque
21. nisi 22. postquam
23. priusquam 24. quamquam
25. quamvis 26. -que
27. quia 28. quin
29. quoad 30. quod
31. quoniam 32. sed
33. si 34. sin
35. tamquam 36. ubi
37. ut 38. utrum…an…
39. vel 40. -ve 41. verum
The Word file below has the long promised verbs from the high frequency AP list and additions from Catullus. I've updated it by breaking it down into groups of 24 by the date they'll be quizzed.
I'm going to put a bunch of sport and spectacle history stuff down here, but since these slides contain very few words I'll put up some notes to go along with them. This will help clue you in to key terms and such.