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  • Miah
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    SC 4 Latin

    We started school today. (Yay! It has gone well so far.) When we did Latin, I realized I have no idea what it means in the instructions and assignments when it says: Vocabulary Drill Box 1 in writing. Check spelling.

    Then Box 2 and 3 the next two days.

    I am sure I am missing something simple, but I don't see a section in his student book that matches that description. The closest thing is in the Teach Write Learn section, but that is explicitly assigned on day 4.

    I just had him write the vocabulary words on the white board today. Is be supposed to be writing them in a notebook?

  • cherylswope
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    We three-hole punched a big stack of drill sheets at the beginning of the course and placed them in one three-ring binder per student.

    For LC we had divider tabs, one for Vocabulary and one for Grammar.

    Then they used my largest scrapbooking letters to decorate their binding in favorite fonts and colors to say: Latin!

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  • howiecram
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    Originally posted by DiannaKennedy View Post
    Do you hole punch and put in a binder? Or paste the drill sheet into a notebook?
    I copied, hole punched and put in one of those cheap pocket folders with paper fasteners. I chose green to make it match the Prima copy book!

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  • DiannaKennedy
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    Originally posted by cherylswope View Post
    Yes, I meant to point that out in our Sodalitas demo. You will need to make copies of the Vocabulary Drill sheets. My children kept a Latin notebook with their completed sheets.
    Do you hole punch and put in a binder? Or paste the drill sheet into a notebook?

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  • cherylswope
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    Excellent!

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  • Miah
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    Thank you both. We made it through the entire day's work. It was a great start!

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  • cherylswope
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    Yes, I meant to point that out in our Sodalitas demo. You will need to make copies of the Vocabulary Drill sheets. My children kept a Latin notebook with their completed sheets.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by Miah View Post
    We started school today. (Yay! It has gone well so far.) When we did Latin, I realized I have no idea what it means in the instructions and assignments when it says: Vocabulary Drill Box 1 in writing. Check spelling.

    Then Box 2 and 3 the next two days.

    I am sure I am missing something simple, but I don't see a section in his student book that matches that description. The closest thing is in the Teach Write Learn section, but that is explicitly assigned on day 4.

    I just had him write the vocabulary words on the white board today. Is be supposed to be writing them in a notebook?
    This a reproducible sheet at the end of the Teaching Guidelines in the Prima Latina Teacher Manual. It may also came as a complimentary download.

    HTH!

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