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Online Reports for Educators - The College Board. Quia - Aeneid Book III. Vergil project. Academics - Florida Junior Classical League. To understand Trump, we should look to the tyrants of ancient Rome. He looks like a strong man – the strongest.

To understand Trump, we should look to the tyrants of ancient Rome

Holding a huge club to beat his enemies with, the Roman emperor Commodus wears a lion skin over his bearded, empty-looking face in a marble portrait bust made in the second century AD, which is one of the treasures of Rome’s Capitoline Museum. He is posing as the mythic hero Hercules, whose muscular might made him victorious in one spectacular fight after another. The portrait literally equates the strength of Hercules with the power of the emperor. This is an idea Donald Trump might like. He surrounds himself with gold as lavishly as any tyrant.

The way the worst Roman emperors are portrayed in art can help us to see Trump more clearly. Remind you of anyone? Of course Trump is not literally like the Roman tyrant Commodus. The problem lies in defining exactly what Trump is, exactly how he is likely to act and how dangerous he will prove to democracy – this is where Roman art and history can help. Mashable. You've selected your classes and shopped for your dorm room.


You've bought some new clothes and packed your favorite things. The new semester is around the corner and you're as ready as you'll ever be. Unless, that is, you want to get a tiny bit ahead. NspireD2: Learning Technology in Higher Ed. TED is a group devoted to spreading ideas.

NspireD2: Learning Technology in Higher Ed.

Their national conferences and regional TEDx events are famous for offering short, powerful talks and posting them online. Several “TED Talks” have become presentation legends, including Jill Bolte Taylor’s “My stroke of insight.” College faculty members are now assigning TED-style talks as student projects. Many folks understand that these are more than “really good presentations,” but not everyone knows the details. This article explains what makes a TED Talk special and provides advice on developing an assignment. What’s so special? The fast-paced video above gives one interpretation of what makes a good TED Talk. The TED commandments The essence of a TED Talk is contained in”The TED Commandments,” guidelines given to folks who aim to speak at a TED conference: Wjwira. In June 2016 Wira Latin 5-6 Spring Final Exam Vocabulary 26 terms by wjwira Wira Latin 3-4 Spring Final Exam Vocabulary 45 terms.


RossinoLatin. The Aeneid: War and Empire by Eric Bland on Prezi. RossinoLatin. AP Latin Home - wendywira. Welcome to Ms.

AP Latin Home - wendywira

Wira's homepage for AP Latin! This year we will be tackling the rigorous AP syllabus of reading a great amount of Julius Caesar's Gallic War and Vergil's Aeneid. For the Gallic War, we will be examining how Julius Caesar used these dispatches from Gaul to the Roman people to curry and maintain favor in Rome, despite his lengthy absence from the city itself.The Aeneid is a masterpiece by both classical and modern standards.

Vergil's epic story and poetic techniques inspired and influenced countless artists and authors after him. Rossino Latin. 16 daily breakdown of readings. Abney. Dickinson College Commentaries. This site contains Latin text, notes, vocabulary, and media for selections from The Gallic War by Julius Caesar, intended for readers of Latin.

Dickinson College Commentaries

The selections are those included on the syllabus of the AP Latin course developed by the College Board. Notes were taken from various public domain sources (see Sources of Notes), selected and edited by Christopher Francese in 2010. The audio recordings are by Francese. The map of Gaul was made by Dan Plekhov in 2013. The map animations in the Media fields of 1.1, 1.2, 1.6, and 5.24 were made by Alice Ettling in 2011. A note on the text. AP Latin Course Home Page. Welcome, AP Teachers!

AP Latin Course Home Page

The AP Latin course focuses on the in-depth study of selections from two of the greatest works in Latin literature: Vergil's Aeneid and Caesar's Gallic War. The course requires students to prepare and translate the readings and place these texts in a meaningful context, which helps develop critical, historical, and literary sensitivities. Throughout the course, students consider themes in the context of ancient literature and bring these works to life through classroom discussions, debates, and presentations. Additional English readings from both of these works help place the Latin readings in a significant context. Essential Course Resources. Accommodations - SLRCC. Advanced Placement Summer Institute. Saint Joseph's College, in cooperation with The College Board, invites you to attend the Advanced Placement Summer Institute.

Advanced Placement Summer Institute

Teacher Training Courses for AP Instructors InstituteJuly 18 - July 22, 2016 New and experienced participants will receive training from College Board certified AP consultants. Everyone will enjoy an invigorating week of learning at our beautiful lakeside campus in Southern Maine.Mark your calendar now and plan to attend an exciting AP Institute at Saint Joseph's College! Schedule Classes that are offered: Teaching Latin with Technology. Necessity of incorporating Internet technology in teaching and learning today Internet skills are important for employment, quality of life, etc.; our students need to master them no matter what their field or profession.Like reading, writing, or mathematics, Internet skills need to be applied across the curriculum.

Teaching Latin with Technology

It is my contention that they are best learned through practice in many different areas, not taught in isolation. Combination of technology with personal contact and support is optimal for pedagogy 1, 2 Advantages provided by the Internet. Untitled. Untitled. Aeneid. Selections from the Aeneid in Latin (AP lines, other lines): Book 1.1-519, 613-30, 740b-56 Book 2.1-56, 57-65, 199-297, 469-566, 603-33, 735-804.


Caesar De Bello Gallico 1 1 in Latin, with adjustable running vocabulary. The AP Latin Exam. Exam Overview Exam questions are based on the seven learning objectives and assess all themes. Format of Assessment Section I: Multiple Choice | 50 Questions | ~ 60 Minutes | 50% of Exam Score Syllabus Reading: Vergil and Caesar (~20 questions) Sight Reading: Poetry and Prose (~30 questions) Section II: Free Response | 5 Questions | ~ 120 Minutes (includes 15 minute reading period) | 50% of Exam Score. AP Latin Reading List. Readings for AP Latin The required syllabus lists the minimum number of readings that students need to study in Latin and in English.

Encourage students who work quickly to read beyond the minimum for each language. Offer students many opportunities to develop the ability to read Latin poetry and prose at sight. Ap13 frq latin. Julius Caesar - Introduction. Vergilian Synonyms.