Latin! So i've been working on some ways to help with remembering the pronunciations for conjugating Latin verbs and I'm sharing, in case it helps anyone out there with their kiddos or class! I am also posting the link again to my file folder match game for the Latin as well!
Update: I have changed the first hand out to remain consistent with the following weeks pronunciation on mus.
Thanks- these are great and will be so useful in class! KarenReplyDelete
Hello, I am tutoring this year, YEAH! So your free latin creations are paramount to me. However, i don't have colored ink so I send them to my email and print at the library. However, the first file offered does not give me the option to send it to email?? Also the last file offered does not allow me to print all three and it runs off the paper but prints only the first chart. Can you send them to me via PDF. I have a MAC and that could be the problem. I really appreciate what you have created it will help me so much and the kids will love the colored chart and the game!!! (I am not a latin fan so this has made my load lighter--Thank you, RachaelReplyDelete
I'm sorry you are having difficulty with them. They are done on a MAC in .docx format. I'm happy to send you pdf files of the documents if you'd like to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can have your e-mail address to send them to you. Blessings - ColleenDelete
Hello! I'm sharing the link to your Latin resources on my blog -- http://www.classicalconversationsathome.com/2013/08/catching-classical-notebook-pages-for.html Thank you so much for making & sharing them! They look great. : ) I was asked today if you'll be making more pronunciation helps for the remaining tenses, so I thought I'd ask you :) Will you be making more for the remaining tenses (pretty please!)? :)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing. We have just started CC in England and have very little support! These will really help us wade through the unfamiliar Latin work.ReplyDelete
Homesprouts...where are you in England? A friend from my community just moved there to the Plymouth area.ReplyDelete
Very cute! A fellow tutor told me about your file folder game at Practicum today, but I wanted something with pictures to help with pronunciation, and voila! You have that too. However, according to the Foundations guide, it seems that the "BAM" pronunciation should actually be pronounced "bum" (rhyming with "drum") and "BAT" should be pronounced "but" (rhyming with "cut"). Please correct me if I'm wrong! Very nice work, either way!ReplyDelete
Hi Tammy - Thank you for stopping by! There are always "changes" to the pronunciation of the Latin from cycle to cycle it seems. Last time through Cycle 2 these were the "correct" pronunciations. :)Delete
Hi! These are wonderful! Do you have any files that print this information horizontally for using in a tri-board?ReplyDelete