Latin quotes

Focus on Multilingualism / M.J. Ramírez / IES Urbi Basauri

Teaching unit aimed at 2nd Baccalaureate students of Latin II

Objectives


  1. To enhance student multilingual competence by means of analysing, linking, explaining and exemplifying 46 Latin quotes.
  2. To support student metalinguistic awareness by guided translanguaging between English, Basque and Spanish.
  3. To understand 46 latin quotes using multimodalities (songs, videos, texts).
  4. To classify the Latin quotes into 4 categories: phrases, legal aphorisms, mottos and abbreviations.
  5. To give the meaning of 46 Latin quotes in English, Basque and Spanish.
  6. To identify Latin phrases, mottos and abbreviations in both daily and learned speeches.
  7. To use properly Latin expressions in everyday and formal speeches, not only in English, but also in Spanish and Basque.
  8. To elaborate a little glossary of Latin quotes in the project wiki.
  9. To create some videos explaining the Latin quotes.
  10. To upload the videos to the project wiki.
  11. To sort online exercises on Latin quotes.
  12. To upload online exercises to the project wiki.
  13. To learn to learn by means of collaborative work.
  14. 1. To evaluate themselves (auto evaluation) and each other (peer evaluation).

Warmers

FRANCO NEBBIA -- VADEMECUM TANGO

Competences covered


  1. Linguistic competences: reading, writing, listening and speaking, in Latin, English, and mother languages (Spanish and Basque).
  2. Metalinguistic awareness through translanguaging.

  3. Information processing competence.
  4. Digital competence by using web.02 resources, platforms (wikispaces, google sites) and applications (online ppt, prezi, smore, padlet, linoit, kahoot...)
  5. Learn to learn by means of collaborative work.

Topic information sources

Weekly English Words with Alisha - Intermediate Latin Phrases
Weekly English Words with Alisha - Advanced Latin Phrases

Teaching unit activities

Project tasks


  1. Students divided in groups of 2 must analyse, explain and exemplify 6 Latin quotes through web 0.2 tools: Smore, movie maker, kahoot...
  2. Students divided in groups of 2 have to upload their Latin quotes to the project wiki.
  3. Each group must record the analysis and explanation of the awarded Latin quotes and upload the video to the teaching unit wiki.
  4. Each group has to sort one online exercise on their Latin quotes using kahoot application. Then, they have to upload that exercise to the unit wiki.

Tasks for the first school session (55´)

  1. Listen to the song "Vademecum Tango" and identify the Latin quotes inserted into it.
  2. Analyse, translate and classify the Latin quotes awarded to each group into the following 4 categories: phrases, legal aphorisms, mottos and abbreviations.
  3. Insert the Latin quotes awarded to each group in the teaching unit wiki in accordance with their typology.
  4. Homework: achieve the outstanding actions.

Tasks for the second school session (55´)


  1. Analyse in pairs the 5 Latin quotes awarded to each group.
  2. Explain and exemplify in English, Basque and Spanish the 5 Latin quotes awarded to each group through one miniweb: using the Smore application
  3. Link the miniweb with the explained Latin quotes to the teaching unit wiki.
  4. Homework: achieve the outstanding actions.

Tasks for the third school session (55´)

  1. Each group must record the analysis and explanation of the awarded Latin quotes.
  2. Upload the video to the teaching unit wiki.
  3. Homework: achieve the outstanding actions.

Tasks for the fourth school session (55´)

  1. Each group has to sort one online exercise on the awarded Latin quotes using kahoot application.
  2. Upload that exercise to the teaching unit wiki.
  3. Homework: achieve the outstanding actions.

Tasks for the fifth school session (55´)

1.- Each group present the 5 Latin quotes to the rest of the students.

2.-The students play the 6 kahoots.

Teaching unit results

Outputs


1. Collaborative wiki on Latin quotes and legal aphorisms.

2. Explanatory videos on Latin quotes and legal aphorisms.

3. Online exercises on Latin quotes and legal aphorisms.

Assessment

After the fifth school session, team members and outputs will be evaluated both by partners and teacher, through the Kahoots sorted by the students, a content and oral expression rubric (created by the teacher with rubistar application) and the feedback from students (proposed by FOCUS ON MULTILINGUALISM and sent through Google forms).

Final flourish

Performing (singing and or dancing) the song of Franco Nebbia.
Vademecum Tango