We study key features of the Roman local government and elections. We read stories using verbs taking the dative. We look at the variety of ways questions are formed in Latin.
By the end of this unit it is expected that all students will: understand key features of the Roman electoral system, know some verbs that govern the dative case, translate simple questions from Latin into English.
Most students will: know a variety of question words.
Some learners will have progressed further and will: use the web site www.cambridgescp.com and other resources to extend/cement their vocabulary; make informed comparison between modern and Roman electoral systems.
How to help your child
Look at examples of modern political slogans.