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Vādere and Places in Latin Connect 4 game

Vādere and Places in Latin Connect 4 game

Students need to win 4 boxes in a row to win. Make a sentence using the Latin verb vādere with the subject and the place pictured to win that box. If student is wrong, partner wins that box. Includes 2 separate game boards both in color and in black and white.
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Vestīmenta et Gerere (Clothing in Latin) Connect 4 game

Vestīmenta et Gerere (Clothing in Latin) Connect 4 game

Students need to win 4 boxes in a row to win. Make a sentence using the Latin verb gerere with the subject and the clothes pictured to win that box. If student is wrong, partner wins that box. Includes 2 separate game boards. Second version has grayscale pictures.
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Latin Imperatives

Latin Imperatives

This lesson focuses on an introduction to the imperative and use of the infinitive in the Latin language. There is an engaging PowerPoint and group activities as well as a lesson plan. These resources can be used alongside the CSCP book 2.
Alexisrgs
Beginners Latin

Beginners Latin

Great set of resources that can be used alongside the Minimus text book as an introduction to Latin. The PowerPoints are fun and engaging. There is also a scheme of work included as well. All my classes have enjoyed these lessons!
Alexisrgs
Introduction to Latin/Beginners Latin

Introduction to Latin/Beginners Latin

This is a great introduction to the Latin Language. The PowerPoint is engaging and works alongside the CSCP text books. There is also a worksheet for pupils to fill in. And an introduction to Roman villas and the Romans in general that also works alongside the CSCP book 1.
Alexisrgs
PRIMARY LATIN ANIMALS GAMES CARDS

PRIMARY LATIN ANIMALS GAMES CARDS

IDEAL FOR DEVELOPING CONFIDENCE AND PRACTISING LANGUAGE SKILLS IN LATIN! LATIN ANIMALS GAMES CARDS are perfect for young learners of LATIN. They provide lots of opportunities to learn a range of animals, both masculine and feminine, and really do help to create a lively language learning environment. Children can develop their skills in word recognition and recall, listening and reading in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, independently of the teacher. They’re a great way of introducing the concept of gender, and of looking at the general absence of determiners in LATIN too. It doesn’t matter if any of the animals don’t feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the card games encourage children to engage happily and confidently with LATIN and to begin to identify similarities with ENGLISH - encourage children to look for cognates and near-cognates such as DINOSAURUS and ELEPHANTUS for example. The games also help learners begin to work out the meaning of unknown words using linguistic as well as visual clues and prompts. For example, can they recognise CANINE from the LATIN word for dog? They may even know the adjective VULPINE - can they identify this from the noun for fox, VULPES? Along the way, children may even get to know some new animals and enhance their vocabulary in English too! There are 80 CARDS in total, which include 2 DECKS of 40 CARDS to enable you to vary and differentiate your games: DECK 1: matching LATIN & ENGLISH cards, with both the picture and the word. The ENGLISH cards have a different frame, with blackline pictures. To keep costs down, simply print all the cards using just black ink. DECK 2: this pack features word-only cards in LATIN, with a matching set of picture-only cards. This is really useful for a focus on word recognition and recall. I’ve included a word & picture reference sheet for children to read through before they play. The sheet can be shared between small groups of children, or distributed individually for children to file in their workbooks or learning folders for future reference. The animals featured are: - bee - bird - cat - cow - dinosaur - dog - donkey - elephant - fish - fox - frog - giraffe - goose - horse - lion - mouse - owl - rabbit - spider - whale The resource consists of two, non-editable files. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully; the resource is copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. GRATIA PLENA!
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Fake Autopsy Report

Fake Autopsy Report

Used as part of lesson to investigate gladiators, students completed the form after reading various primary and secondary sources and looking at the wounds on a 'body' outlined on the floor.
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