To-day we read the first passage from Latin via Ovid … very well done! We shall turn our attention to the second chapter (and the first story) next week.
To-day we more or less finished the understructure of your modules, which means that we shall be able to start with the papier-mâché next class!
We also played a game of jeopardy … well done to you all!
You have no homework.
To-day we again went over the method or process of reading a Latin sentence. We shall continue to develop this skill as we go along.
Your homework is to come up with three categories for the rubric by which your artefact will be graded (doc. 407), and to brainstorm a few bullet-points for each category. For example, if one of my categories is ‘The use of colour’, my bullets may read as follows.
- colours suitable for the artefact (e.g. terra cotta is red)
- colours reflect the artefact’s history (e.g. repainted, showing wear and tear, …)