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Friday, August 25th, 2006
8:53 pm
Homework from 25th August 2006:

Year 8: Create 6 sample sentences, one for each form of the dative (1st-declension singular/plural, 2nd-declension singular/plural, 3rd-declension singular/plural)

Year 9: Finish translating the story on pp. 54-55

Year 10: Find 10 derivatives from the vocabulary on page 42 (the person with the most wins a prize!)

Year 11: Translate as far down as you can in the Virgil

Year 12 Continuers: Practise other schools' Trials

Year 12 Extension: Practise other schools' Trials


Friday, August 4th, 2006
3:24 pm
Homework from 4th August 2006:

Year 8: No homework except maybe working out what you might need to learn in those lunchtime lessons!

Year 9: Learn the last six lines of the competition passage off by heart

Year 10: Translate the story "Philippī"

Year 11: Translate down to the end of "The bravery of Mucius Scaevola"

Year 12 Continuers: Study for Trials

Year 12 Extension: Study for Trials


Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006
3:40 pm
Homework from 2nd August 2006:

Year 8: Learn the rules about neuter nouns

Year 9: Learn the last four lines of the competition passage off by heart

Year 10: Translate the story "Philippī"

Year 11: Translate down to the end of the paragraph in "The bravery of Mucius Scaevola"

Year 12 Continuers: Study for Trials

Year 12 Extension: Study for Trials


Tuesday, August 1st, 2006
3:18 pm
Homework from 1st August 2006:

Year 8: Learn the rules about neuter nouns

Year 9: Learn the last two lines of the competition passage off by heart

Year 10: Do the captions on page 24

Year 11: Translate down to the end of the paragraph in "The bravery of Mucius Scaevola"

Year 12 Continuers: Study for Trials

Year 12 Extension: Study for Trials


Monday, July 31st, 2006
12:50 pm
Homework from 31st July 2006:

Year 8: Find the word that should be in the genitive in each question in Exercise 9.4 and translate it into Latin (e.g. in the first one it's "of the city", which becomes "urbis"). It will help if you look for words that have "of" before them or an apostrophe in them

Year 9: Learn the last line of the competition passage off by heart

Year 10: Do the captions on page 24

Year 11: Translate down to the end of the paragraph in "The bravery of Mucius Scaevola"

Year 12 Continuers: Study for Trials

Year 12 Extension: Study for Trials


Friday, July 28th, 2006
6:55 pm
Homework from 28th July 2006:

Year 8: Learn the adverbs on page 127, from diū to quandō

Year 9: Learn the last line of the competition passage off by heart

Year 10: Do Exercise 36.5 and your designated two questions of 36.6

Year 11: Translate down to the end of the paragraph in "The bravery of Mucius Scaevola"

Year 12 Continuers: Study for Trials

Year 12 Extension: Study for Trials


Thursday, July 27th, 2006
5:03 pm
Homework from 27th July 2006:

Year 8: Do Exercise 9.1, but don't worry about translating (we'll do that in class). Just change the words in brackets into the genitive case (look out for plurals!)

Year 9: Mark the reading passage: words you think should be emphasised, different emotions you think we should show, etc.; do the questions on "Marcus ēbrius est"

Year 10: Do Exercise 36.5 and your designated two questions of 36.6; practise for the Reading Competition

Year 11: Translate down to "hinc dimitto" in "The bravery of Mucius Scaevola"

Year 12 Continuers: Study for Trials

Year 12 Extension: Revise and see if there is anything you need to ask before the Trials


Tuesday, July 25th, 2006
8:07 pm
Homework from 25th July 2006:

Year 8: Read the Culture section of Chapter 9, and answer the questions that follow

Year 9: Mark the reading passage: words you think should be emphasised, different emotions you think we should show, etc.

Year 10: Do Exercise 36.5 and your designated two questions of 36.6; practise for the Reading Competition

Year 11: Translate down to "res erit" in "The bravery of Mucius Scaevola"

Year 12 Continuers: Study for Trials; do Unseen Translation 2

Year 12 Extension: Revise and see if there is anything you need to ask before the Trials


Monday, July 24th, 2006
5:17 pm
Homework from 24th July 2006:

Year 8: Translate down to the quote marks in line 19 of the story on page 56

Year 9: Mark the reading passage: words you think should be emphasised, different emotions you think we should show, etc.

Year 10: Do Exercise 36.5 and your designated two questions of 36.6

Year 11: Translate down to "res erit" in "The bravery of Mucius Scaevola"

Year 12 Continuers: Do Assignment 4 (in point form if desired); do Unseen Translation 2

Year 12 Extension: Revise and see if there is anything you need to ask before the Trials


Friday, July 21st, 2006
3:15 pm
Homework from 21st July 2006:

Year 8: Do the sheet "Genitive Magic" (if you didn't pick it up, it's on the Intranet here)

Year 9: Mark the reading passage: words you think should be emphasised, different emotions you think we should show, etc.

Year 10: Practise the reading passage by reading it to someone who doesn't understand Latin and seeing whether they can identify your emotion; finish translating the Fābella

Year 11: Translate down to "obtruncat" in "The bravery of Mucius Scaevola"

Year 12 Continuers: Do Assignment 4 (in point form if desired)

Year 12 Extension: Revise and see if there is anything you need to ask before the Trials


Wednesday, July 19th, 2006
6:23 pm
Homework from 19th July 2006:

Year 8: Write a word-chain in Latin, using every genitive ending at least once (e.g. agrōrum fēminae fīliārum patris equī comitum domus = the home of the companions of the horse of the father of the daughters of the women of the fields!)

Year 9: Translate the first paragraph of the story on p.48

Year 10: Practise the reading passage, reading it aloud at least 3 times

Year 11: Finish the first section of "The bravery of Mucius Scaevola" (on the Intranet, Jeremy)

Year 12 Continuers: Finish off Assignment 2

Year 12 Extension: No homework


Tuesday, July 18th, 2006
7:49 pm
Homework from 18th July 2006:

Year 8: Write a word-chain in Latin, using every genitive ending at least once (e.g. agrōrum fēminae fīliārum patris equī comitum domus = the home of the companions of the horse of the father of the daughters of the women of the fields!)

Year 9: Copy out all the ablatives from Exercise 23.2 and say why they're ablative

Year 10: No homework

Year 11: Finish the first section of "The bravery of Mucius Scaevola" (on the Intranet, Jeremy)

Year 12 Continuers: Do the grammar part of Assignment 2

Year 12 Extension: No homework


Wednesday, May 31st, 2006
4:44 pm
Homework from 31st May 2006:

Year 8: Study for your assessment

Year 9: Finish "Lūdī circēnsēs"

Year 10: Study for your assessment

Year 11: Study for your assessment

Year 12 Continuers: No homework

Year 12 Extension: Finish the next section of Cicero


Wednesday, May 17th, 2006
5:45 pm
Homework from 17th May 2006:

Year 8: Learn the forms of the imperative singular and plural

Year 9: Do Exercise 20.7

Year 10: Do Exercise 35.8

Year 11: Scan the remainder of the Year 10 passage and also the Year 11 passage

Year 12 Continuers: Finish Section IIIC

Year 12 Extension: Finish the next section of Cicero


Friday, May 12th, 2006
3:30 pm
Homework from 12th May 2006:

Year 8: Complete Exercise 7.4 and read the culture section for Chapter 7, answering the question in 100 words

Year 9: Do Exercise 20.2

Year 10: Translate and answer the questions for "Lūcīlius Quīntum ad disciplīnem mīlitārem īnstituit"

Year 11: Scan the Year 10 passage

Year 12 Continuers: Do Section IIIB

Year 12 Extension: Finish the next section of Cicero


Wednesday, May 10th, 2006
3:59 pm
Homework from 10th May 2006:

Year 8: Do Exercise 7.3

Year 9: Do "Quīntus miser est" (translation and questions)

Year 10: Translate and answer the questions for "Lūcīlius Quīntum ad disciplīnem mīlitārem īnstituit"

Year 11: Translate Pliny down to the end of the paragraph (by the way, here's a picture of an umbrella pine)

Year 12 Continuers: Do the grammar for Section IIIA

Year 12 Extension: Finish the first section of Cicero


Tuesday, May 9th, 2006
4:32 pm
Homework from 9th May 2006:

Year 8: Complete the translation of the play

Year 9: No homework

Year 10: Translate and answer the questions for "Lūcīlius Quīntum ad disciplīnem mīlitārem īnstituit"

Year 11: Translate Pliny down to "conspici poterat"

Year 12 Continuers: Finish translating Section IIIA

Year 12 Extension: Finish the first section of Cicero


Monday, May 8th, 2006
3:26 pm
Homework from 8th May 2006:

Year 8: Complete any unfinished work in your book

Year 9: No homework (Tim, we have been assessing the projects)

Year 10: Translate and answer the questions for "Lūcīlius Quīntum ad disciplīnem mīlitārem īnstituit"

Year 11: Translate Pliny down to "conspici poterat"

Year 12 Continuers: Finish translating and do the grammar questions for Section IIB

Year 12 Extension: Finish the first section of Cicero


Friday, May 5th, 2006
6:44 pm
Homework from 5th May 2006:

Year 8: Translate to the end of "Flavius' story: the siege of Troy"

Year 9: No homework (Tim, we have been assessing the projects)

Year 10: Finish "Quīntus mīlitat"

Year 11: Go over Catullus and check that you have all the translations complete and correct

Year 12 Continuers: Finish the grammar questions for Section IIA

Year 12 Extension: Finish the first section of Cicero


Thursday, May 4th, 2006
6:26 pm
Homework from 4th May 2006:

Year 8: Translate the first two paragraphs of "Flavius' story: the siege of Troy"

Year 9: Finish your project (Tim, we have now completed "Lūdus Orbiliī")

Year 10: Do Exercises 34.4 and 34.5

Year 11: Go over Catullus and check that you have all the translations complete and correct

Year 12 Continuers: Finish the grammar questions for Section IIA

Year 12 Extension: Read the introduction to Cicero


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