AP Vergil

These ancillary materials are dedicated to the readings from Vergil’s Aeneid in the 2012-2013 AP Latin Syllabus (United States).

(1) Student Translation Sheets (updated 8Jan13) This unrevised 47-page .pdf includes the Latin text with room for translation–very useful for note-taking and scansion practice.

Lines covered:

Book 1: 1-209, 418-440, 494-578

Book 2: 40-56, 201-249, 268-297, 559-620

Book 4: 160-218, 259-361, 659-705

Book 6: 295-332, 384-425, 450-476, 847-899

(2) Complete Vocabulary List: (28Dec12) This .pdf file contains dictionary entries for all words found in the AP Latin Vergil selections. Copy and paste into a Word document for private editing.

(3) Alphabetized Core Vocabulary:  (28Dec12) This .pdf file contains alphabetized dictionary entries for all words occurring 5 or more times in the AP Latin Vergil selections. Copy and paste into a Word document for private editing.

(4) Running Core Vocabulary:   (28Dec12) This .pdf file contains a running list of dictionary entries for all words occurring 5 or more times in the AP Latin Vergil selections. Copy and paste into a Word document for private editing.

(5) Running Vocabulary Flashcards (.zip, .ppt format, formatted according to #3 above)  (28Dec12)

(6) Running Vocabulary Flashcards images (.zip, .jpg format, formatted according to #3 above) (28Dec12)

(7) PowerPoint presentations (31Jan14, .zip, .ppt) — right-click (Mac control-click) to avoid downloading in   the browser

The presentations include six lines of Vergil per slide in black font on a white background. Teachers can project these slides on a whiteboard, for example, and use colored whiteboard markers to annotate the text as they translate in class. Sample #1 shows how a teacher can add simple animation (red font appears through a click-prompt) to reinforce grammar explanations offered by student in class, and Sample #2 shows how a teacher can add simple animation to provide supplement vocabulary when encouraging smoother sight-reading.

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