The Roman Bath House / Dative Case

We study key features of the Roman bath house. The dative case is introduced.


By the end of this unit it is expected that all students will: recall key architectural features  of the Roman Bath House; translate stories using the dative case.

Most students will: understand the cultural significance of the Bath house; translate stories using nominative, accusative and dative cases.

Some learners will have progressed further and will: use the web site and other resources to extend/cement their vocabulary; recall all the case endings in three declensions for the nominative, accusative and dative case.

How to help your child

Test your child on case endings.

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