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Latin Tutoring review by Madison in Sandy, UT
We worked on the next chapter in the student's class, which included the a lot of grammar. The focus was mainly on participles, infinitives, ablative absolutes, and indirect statements. This chapter was loaded with grammar, and I worked out how to integrate the subjects so she would not get overwhelmed. We mainly translated the different forms of infinitives and participles. Also, we addressed how to identify the Latin phrases that included these grammar devices in a text. We reviewed for two quizzes, a test, and a translation.
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Latin Tutoring review by Erin in Sandy, UT
The student and I worked on a review sheet that his teacher handed out to prepare for his upcoming final. We practiced the sequence of tenses and the structure of result clauses. I think he was comfortable with these concepts by the end of our session, but I recommend that he practice conjugations and tenses. He struggles to identify verb tenses.
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Latin Tutoring review by Amelia in Sandy, UT
Today, the student spent a part of the lesson working on her homework (to translate a selection from Seneca). She found that pretty challenging, so she needed a lot of scaffolding with regard to vocabulary. Otherwise, we reviewed the "primary tenses" of Latin verbs and practiced deponents some more. She seems to know the endings, but can't retrieve them automatically and quickly, so additional practice is needed. She still has three previous worksheets I sent her she can complete. I'll also send more practice. For vocabulary, I think she might just want to focus on the most common words in Latin, so that she has a narrower focus that will have the most impact.
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Latin Tutoring review by Lorna in Sandy, UT
We worked on vocabulary building. We took a list of main verbs and their meanings and discussed how the meanings change when you add prepositions to the front. The student, with my help, made a list of prepositions and how they change the meaning of verbs, which he can use to decipher the meanings of hundreds of new verbs without having to laboriously look them up in a dictionary! We also went over how adjectives become nouns, and how verbs, nouns, and adjectives are related in meaning (so when you learn the meaning of one you have learned the meaning of it in all parts of speech). Lastly we had a few extra minutes so we went over how the preposition "in" on adjectives often turns adjectives into their antonyms. He did very well and seemed happier with vocab at the end.
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Latin Tutoring review by Jonathan in Sandy, UT
Today the student and I began our session by going over his final verb conjugation (the passive subjunctives in the present, imperfect, perfect, and pluperfect). We discussed again how the roots are used to create the forms, as well as the strange case of -ia showing up in the 3rd -io and 4th conjugation present passive subjunctives. We then worked through translation, focusing on translating words as grammatically literally as possible. The student is improving vastly in this area, and I believe it is a very important focus for us to continue moving forward. I look forward to meeting with him next week.
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Latin Tutoring review by Kerry in Sandy, UT
The student and I had a terrific session this afternoon! He worked hard on finishing our translation of the story "The Golden Age Returns." He demonstrated a strong command of this material. I checked for his understanding by allowing him to translate the final sentence (which was quite complex) pretty much on his own, with minimal guidance from me. He needed help on only two small points of grammar. I'm very proud of how well he did. Thanks so much for your hard work today.
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