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Content description VCLAE004

Latin / Levels 7 and 8 / Engaging with texts / Responding to texts
Content description
Read aloud, recite or perform Latin texts, using phrasing and voice inflection to convey meaning and to entertain others
  1. listening to and reproducing familiar and unfamiliar words, phrases and simple texts in Latin to convey meaning, using appropriate phrasing and expression, and the restored pronunciation, for example, cachinnare; clamare; vituperare; furcifer; monstrum horribile
  2. presenting short texts orally in Latin, such as stories, dialogues or songs, to peers or the class, for example, singing songs such as gaudeamus igitur; duc, duc navem duc
  3. performing short Latin plays or dialogues in collaboration with others, using strategies to convey the emotions of the characters
  4. reading aloud or reciting, individually or in a class group, extracts from Latin literature, such as the initial lines of Virgil’s Aeneid or an epigram
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