Pacing Guides At-A-Glance For Latin 1, 2, And 3

The following Pacing Guides are for Latin Levels one through three.

Latin 1

By the end of each marking period, students can perform the following functions:

Marking Period 1

Unit 1: Roman Family

(LNM I.1-2) (CLC I.1-2)

 Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Identify family members
  • Label rooms of the house and describe the function
  • Identify the members of the family tree of the Roman Pantheon
  • Greet and say goodbye
  • Recognize sounds of the Latin alphabet and make comparisons
  • Ask and give names
  • Ask and tell how people feel
  • Discuss and interpret the story of Romulus and Remus
  • Locate Italy and Rome on a Map

 

Marking Period 2

Unit 2: Roman Daily Life

(LNM I.3-4) (CLC I.3-4)

Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Describe functions of the Roman Forum
  • Identify occupations and state what they do
  • Discuss social status in relation to occupations

 

Marking Period 3

Unit 3: Theater and Social Status

(LNM I.5-6) (CLC I.5-6)

Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Identify the social statuses of the ancient Roman world
  • Describe the impact of social status on daily life
  • Describe attending a play
  • Describe the life of a slave
  • Describe an event in the past
  • Discuss the socio-political aspects of entertainment

Marking Period 4

Unit 4: Customs and Entertainment

(LNM I.7-8) (CLC I.7-8)

Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Describe meals and dining customs
  • State what I want and don’t want
  • Discuss the socio-political aspects of dining
  • Describe funeral practices and beliefs about life after death
  • Describe a day at gladiator games
  • Discuss the socio-political aspects of entertainment
  • CPA: Family and Daily Life

Latin 2

By the end of each marking period, students can perform the following functions:

Marking Period 1

Unit 1: Leisure and Education

(LNM I.8-10) (CLC I.8-10)

 Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Discuss the customs associated with the bathhouse
  • Locate regions in the classical world
  • Describe differences between Greek and Roman societies
  • Identify the stages of education
  • Describe a political election

 

Marking Period 2

Unit 2: Politics

(LNM I.11) (CLC I.11)

 Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Describe political progression
  • Describe a political election

Unit 3: Uncovering History

(LNM I.12) (CLC I.12)

 Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Describe an archeological site
  • Interpret archeological evidence

Marking Period 3

Unit 4: Conquest

(LNM I.13-14) (CLC II.13-14)

 Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Describe pre-Roman British tribes and their customs
  • Describe the advent of the Romans in Britain
  • Describe Roman influences in British architecture and cities
  • Describe the British economy
  • Discuss the social status of Britons under Roman Occupation

Marking Period 4

Unit 5: Romanization and Resistance

(LNM I.15-17) (CLC II.15-16)

 Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Identify allies of Rome
  • Describe issues with Romanization
  • Describe important features of Fishbourne Palace
  • Discuss the incentives of allying with the Romans

Latin 3

By the end of each marking period, students can perform the following functions:

Marking Period 1

Unit 1: Travelling

(LNM I.17-18) (CLC II.17-18)

 Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Describe the history of Alexandria
  • Describe the diversity of Egypt
  • Discuss Alexandria’s role in trade and education
  • Identify places of interest in Alexandria
  • Describe Alexandrian craftsmen and products
  • Describe ways which people in the Roman empire travelled
  • Describe how roads were constructed
  • Identify uses of roads by different groups of people

 

Marking Period 2

Unit 2: Superstition and Science

(LNM I.19-20) (CLC II.19-20)

Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Describe the initiation to the Isis cult
  • Describe Egyptian religious festivals
  • Discuss Roman tolerance towards provincial customs and beliefs
  • Describe medical practices in the Roman Empire
  • Discuss the impact of ancient innovations on modern STEM
  • Explore the role of astrology
  • Explore the role of superstition
  • Describe the role of state religion and personal religion in Romanized territories
  • Explore the blending of medical science and religious practices

Marking Period 3

Unit 3: Soldiers and Legions

(LNM I.21-II.1) (CLC III.24-27)

Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Describe the characteristics of a typical and/or ideal legionary soldier
  • Describe the life and work of a soldier
  • Describe the organization of a Roman legion
  • Describe the layout of a Roman fortress
  • Discuss the development of civilian towns in conjunction with military camps

 

Marking Period 4

Unit 4: Discovering the Past

(LNM II.2-3) (CLC III.28-29)

Functions/Objectives: I can…

  • Describe the role of literary evidence
  • Describe the role of archaeological evidence
  • Describe the role of inscriptional evidence
  • Compare and contrast the different types of evidence found in the Roman empire
  • Discuss the origins of Rome
  • Describe the role and development of the Roman forum