DESCRIBING CI TO STUDENTS
Hand out Letter Home to Parents (from ANATTY) to be completed and signed.
Hand out Interpersonal Communication Skills Rubric (from ANATTY) and review behavior and daily engagement expectations with students.
BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS / DAILY ENGAGEMENT ASSESSMENT
- AUDI! – Listen with the intent to understand. One person speaks and the others listen.
- RESPONDE! – Respond to statements (wow!) and questions (yes/no/answers) in Latin. Interact, creatively and appropriately, with the teacher and others.
- QUARE! – Let the teacher know when he/she isn’t being clear. Ask for clarification or help when necessary.
- SPECTA! – Sit up, head up, eyes open and focused on the Latin. Do your 50%. Nothing on the desk unless told otherwise.
- HIGH EXPECTATIONS = HIGH ACHIEVEMENT
- ALWAYS do the best you can. Never give up trying. To give up is to fail.
- You EARN your own grade. A grade cannot be given.
- Be HONEST. This means absolutely no cheating or plagiarism.
- Take ownership of and responsibility for your school work. TURN IN work on time.
- CHALLENGE yourself. Don’t be afraid to ask questions or make mistakes.
Target Vocabulary: adsum, nomen mihi est, salve
Activity: Numeratio (Roll) & Scripted Conversation (Names); TPRS (Classroom Commands)
Target Vocabulary: ut vales?, esse
Activity: Circling & PQA (Emotions); TPRS (Classroom Commands)
Target Vocabulary: quota hora est?, nunc, nocte, mane
Activity: Bell-Ringer & Circling & Card Talk (Emotions and Time); TPRS (Classroom Commands); Interpersonal Communication Rubric with Student Reflection
Target Vocabulary: hodie est, frigidus, calidus
Activity: Bell-Ringer & Calendar Talk & Story Asking (who, where, when, with whom/what, problem, solution –> with “Quid Agis, Achilles?” illustrations); TPRS (Classroom Commands)
Target Vocabulary: forms of sum, vale
Activity: Bell-Ringer & Small Talk & Interrogationes/Review & Celebration of Class (Syllabus, Letter Home to Parents, Cheating Letter, What is CI/How CI Works – watch video)
The goal this unit is to introduce students to the routines and expectations of this class. It is designed to be fun, active, and student-driven.