||Required: Moreland, F.L., and Fleischer, R.M.
An Intensive Course. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1977.
Recommended: Vis-Ed Latin Vocabulary Cards.
Chapter 1: Pandora's
Chapter 2: Phaethon
Chapter 4: Homework
for Monday, Oct. 11
Chapter 4: Io
Chapter 4: Images
Chapter 5: Composition: Create Your Own Aeneid
Chapter 6. Indirect Statement
You have been assigned one of three text-and-image paths composed by
Prof. Mark Morford, Univ. of Virginia, on aspects of Vergil's Aeneid
we have read this semester:
Follow the paths, noting both the main story and the possible vocabulary
you might use in creating a brief epic.
Craft a portion of Vergil's epic story, using vocabulary we have learned
(for additional vocabulary, use the English-Latin dictionary in the back
of your book). Your epic should include the following:
active and passive verbal forms
indicative and subjunctive moods
all four types of participles (pres. act., pf.
pass., fut. act. and fut. pass.); the fut. pass. must be used in a passive
both the ablative and dative of agency
possum + an infinitive
substantial vocabulary from chapter 5
Have one person post the story to the chatroom
on behalf of the group, and then use the chatroom as a way to edit and
correct your group's story.
Your story must be completed by Sunday at 3pm.
To see the passages (and Arnush's corrections
to the first), click here.
Chapter 7. Pronouns
Chapter 8. Imperatives and Vocatives
Chapter 10. Ablative
Tuesday's overhead notes on indirect statement
are now available on-line.