Latin 1 Online Class
Week 15-18 Updates
We have just about ONE MONTH left in Latin I!
The 4th Quarter ends on Friday, 5/22! However, I will accept any and all work through Sunday, 5/24. 4th quarter grades will be made up of your scores from Chapters 15-17.
Your overall Latin grade will be compiled in the following way:
1st Semester = 37.5%
2nd Semester = 37.5%
Final Exam = 25%
As always, parents may check on a student's status by logging in with the student and viewing current grades under "My Grades" of each course. I will be emailing students who are behind over the next few days with an assignment list to help with catching up. If the student did not choose to catch up over Spring Break, now is the time, as time is running out!
Visit HERE to find the NCVPS Official Calendar.
Monday, 4/17 - Chapter 17 Culture
Tuesday, 4/28 - Chapter 17 Culture
Wednesday, 4/29 - Chapter 17 Vocabulary
Thursday, 4/30 - Chapter 17 Vocabulary
Friday, 5/1 - Chapter 17 Grammar
Monday, 5/4 - Chapter 17 Grammar
Tuesday, 5/5 - Chapter 17 Narrative
Wednesday, 5/6 - Chapter 17 Narrative
Thursday, 5/7 - Chapter 17 Didactic
Friday, 5/8 - Chapter 17 Didactic
Monday, 5/11 - Catch Up Day!
Tuesday, 5/12 - Catch Up Day!
Wednesday, 5/13 - Catch Up Day!
Thursday, 5/14 - Catch Up Day!
Friday, 5/15 - Catch Up Day!
Monday, 5/18 - Final Exam Review
Tuesday, 5/19 - Final Exam Review
Wednesday, 5/20 - Take the Final Exam
Thursday, 5/21 - Take the Final Exam
Friday, 5/22 - LAST DAY OF CLASS: All work due!
Grades are updated each Sunday night. Work is not considered late until the Sunday night following the previous week. At that point, all missing work counts as a zero until it is made up.
I will be in the Live Classroom on Monday Nights at 8:30 PM. Other teachers also offer Live Classroom sessions if you can't make it to mine. Please click below to see the schedule for Live Class sessions each week.
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