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COURSE NO. LAN-402

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Year two of the STAA three-year plan using Wheelock’s Latin, 6th Edition; Workbook for Wheelock’s Latin, 3rd Edition; and A Comprehensive Guide to Wheelock’s Latin: Newly Revised for Wheelocks 6th Edition.

COURSE NOTES

    • Year II of a three year course
    • 10.0 high school credits for this completed course plan
    • 45 minutes four and five days weekly
    • Auditory drills, teacher helps and learning aids are found at www.wheelockslatin.com
 
This is Year II of a three year course.  (This three year course is the equivalent of a one year college Latin course.)  10.0 high school credits are awarded for this years completed course plan.  The class takes about 45 minutes four or five times weekly, including oral drill.  Auditory pronunciations and drills, teacher helps and learning aids can be found at www.wheelockslatin.com.  The separate answer keys for the first two texts given below are free once youve obtained a password.  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for the password, informing them that you are a teaching associate of St. Thomas Aquinas Academy in Modesto, CA, under the supervision of Deborah L. Yonan, Director.  The answer key to A Comprehensive Guide to Wheelocks Latin is included in the book itself.  A Comprehensive Guide to Wheelocks Latin is a resource and reference book for this year; it is not included in the course plan.
 
The pace for this course is increased this year: one chapter worked over two weeks time.  This years pace and plan of study will be the same for Year II and Year III of Wheelocks Latin.  The lesson is first read in Wheelocks Latin, drill cards are made to be studied and listened to daily at www.wheelockslatin.com.  Next, the corresponding chapter is worked in Workbook for Wheelocks Latin. Then the translations at the end of the chapter are done in rough draft form.  The following week the Wheelocks Latin lesson is read again.  Then the Optional Self-Tutorial Exercises are done from the back of Wheelocks.  And finally, as the quiz for the lesson, the rough draft of the translations at the end of the chapter are edited for accuracy.  Mom, correct and grade this quiz immediately with the student.  Any lesson not mastered should be re-worked the following week, in a weeks time.
 
If your student is consistently spending more than four or five hours a week on this course it is important to scale back!  Stop following the weekly lesson plan and instead have your student study the course on a timer.  If his or her schedule calls for studying Latin every weekday for forty-five minutes starting at 9:00 a.m. then when the timer goes off at 9:45 a.m. have the student close the book and move on to the next subject.
 
 

Credit Information for Students in Grades 9 - 12: 36 Week STAACP = 10 credits; 0.3 credits per completed course plan week

Scheduling Suggestions: 4hrs/wk



BOOKS AND MATERIALS

Wheelock’s Latin : 6th Edition, Revised

  • Author: Frederic M. Wheelock; revised by Richard A. LaFleur
  • Publisher/Copyright:
  • ISBN: 0060783710        978-0060783716
  • Supplier: Retail or Amazon.com

HarperResource of HarperCollins, New York, NY; 2005; 1956; 510 pages; 40 lessons plus the Introduction; 3 appendices; English-Latin and Latin-English vocabulary lists; written and oral exercises per chapter; answer key obtained separately from publisher; self-tutorial exercises in the back of the book with answer key included.

 



Workbook for Wheelock’s Latin; 3rd Edition, Revised [ORDER USED]

  • Author: Paul T. Comeau and Richard A. LaFleur
  • ISBN: 0060956429        9780060956424
  • Supplier: Retail or Amazon.com

Collins of HarperCollins, New York, NY; 2005, 1980; 334 pages; 40 lessons correlated to Wheelock’s Latin; consumable; answer key obtained separately from publisher.

 



 

 
 
GENERAL NOTES ABOUT HIGH SCHOOL LANGUAGES:
 
•   Tracking and reporting the student’s approximate hours studying a foreign language is the only way to earn high school credits in language.  Unless the language course has a STAA weekly lesson plan laid out (check your curriculum guide) spending time in study and instruction is the ONLY way to earn credits.
 
•   20 high school credits in the same foreign language are required for graduation.  Most colleges want--and St. Thomas Aquinas Academy recommends--that students study the same foreign language for 2 years in a row, 4 quarters a year, 4-5 hours a week for 8-9 weeks each quarter.   
 
•   When studying a language, the student should study it for AT LEAST thirty minutes a day, five days a week, every week of the quarter.  Ideally, the language should be studied for 45-60 minutes a day, five days a week, every week of the quarter (yes, just like math).
 
•   All work done in a single foreign language will be marked “Year 1” until the student’s four-year transcript shows 10 credits have been earned in the language.  For instance, if a student earns 5 Spanish credits is Grade 9 and 5 Spanish credits in Grade 10 the Spanish courses for each year will be labeled “Spanish Year 1”.  The next 10 credits earned in Spanish



LESSON PLANNER

WEEK A
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 11.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 11.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK B
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 11.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 11” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 11.  (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 1 and 2, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 1
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 12.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 12.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 2
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 12.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 12” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 12. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 3 and 4, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 3
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 13.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 13.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 4
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 13.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 13” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 13. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 5 and 6, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 5
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 14.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 14.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 6
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 14.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 14” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 14. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 7 and 8, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 7
[  ]  Organize your notes and drill cards for this course.  Complete the section for Latin on your quarterly reporting form, including the averaged grade for the quarter, approximately how much time you’ve spent in the course work altogether, and the progress for this quarter by STAA course plan week or lesson number; label your last quiz with your name, date, subject, page numbers and quarter number and attach it to your quarterly reporting form.
 
END OF THE QUARTER: Use this week to catch-up in this course or others.  Then, organize the section of your Binder for this course and prepare your quarterly progress information: a) discuss with your teaching-parent the grade you received for this quarter and why it was assigned; b) fill in the text, progress, and grade information of the Semester Report form for this quarter; and c) select a representative work sample from this quarter’s work, label it, and file it in a safe place with your Semester Report form until you are ready to submit the Semester Reporting packet.  Also, please refer to the STAA Handbook for more information about selecting work samples, preparing semester reporting packets, and documenting Non-STAA Courses.
 
Semester Reporting Due Dates: Semester 1, which includes Quarters 1 and 2, is due before February 28th.  Semester 2, which includes Quarters 3 and 4, is due before June 30th.

 


WEEK 8
[  ] Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 15.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 15.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 9
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 15.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 15” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 15. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 10 and 11, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 10
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 16.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 16.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 11
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 16.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 16” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 16.  (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 12 and 13, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 12
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 17.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 17.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 13
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 17.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 17” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 17. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 14 and 15, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 14
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 18.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 18.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 15
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 18.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 18” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 18. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 16 and 17, this week if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 16
[  ]  Organize your notes and drill cards for this course.  Complete the section for Latin on your quarterly reporting form, including the averaged grade for the quarter, approximately how much time you’ve spent in the course work altogether, and the progress for this quarter by STAA course plan week or lesson number; label your last quiz with your name, date, subject, page numbers and quarter number and attach it to your quarterly reporting form.

 


WEEK C
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 19.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 19.
[  ] Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK D
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 19.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 19” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 19. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 19 and 20, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 17
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 20.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 20.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 18
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 20.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 20” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 20.  (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 21 and 22, if the student makes less than a B-.)
 
Congratulations!  You are half way through Wheelock’s Latin!  Great job!
 
 

 


WEEK 19
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 21.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 21.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 20
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 21.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 21” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 21. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 23 and 24, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 21
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 22.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 22.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 22
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 22.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 22” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 22. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 25 and 26, this week if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 23
[  ]  Organize your notes and drill cards for this course.  Complete the section for Latin on your quarterly reporting form, including the averaged grade for the quarter, approximately how much time you’ve spent in the course work altogether, and the progress for this quarter by STAA course plan week or lesson number; label your last quiz with your name, date, subject, page numbers and quarter number and attach it to your quarterly reporting form.

 


WEEK 24
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 23.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ] Do Workbook Chapter 23.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 25
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 23.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 23” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 23. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 28 and 29, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 26
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 24.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ] Do Workbook Chapter 24.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 27
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 24.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 24.  (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 30 and 31, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 28
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 25.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ] Do Workbook Chapter 25.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 29
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 25.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 25” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 25. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 32 and 33, if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 30
[  ]  Read through Wheelock’s Chapter 26.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com daily.
[  ]  Do Workbook Chapter 26.
[  ]  Write up a rough draft of the exercises at Wheelock’s chapter end.

 


WEEK 31
[  ]  Read Wheelock’s Chapter 26.
[  ]  Listen to and repeat the pronunciations at wheelockslatin.com.
[  ]  Do “Optional Self-Tutorial Exercise 26” in Wheelock’s Latin.
[  ]  Considering it the quiz for this chapter, edit and re-write your rough draft of the exercises found at chapter end in Wheelock’s Chapter 26. (Repeat this lesson, Weeks 34 and 35, this week if the student makes less than a B-.)

 


WEEK 32
[  ]  Organize your notes and drill cards for this course.  Complete the section for Latin on your quarterly reporting form, including the averaged grade for the quarter, approximately how much time you’ve spent in the course work altogether, and the progress for this quarter by STAA course plan week or lesson number; label your last quiz with your name, date, subject, page numbers and quarter number and attach it to your quarterly reporting form.

 




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