I could probably post tens, if not hundreds, of tweets from Legonium / @tutubuslatinus, but I happened upon these tonight and their use of visual plus Latin made them worthwhile (again, pure happenstance that I, well, happened upon this particular one).
At long last, the Latin Movie Trailers. Here they are in all of their glory (or lack thereof). In no particular order (except I did put Rogue One (Furcifer Unus) first because I believe the BluRay comes out today or hereabouts). Enjoy.
Toy Story 3
Song of the Sea
My Movie – Small from Ed DeHoratius on Vimeo.
FCB2A039-8796-48FD-B413-4808E570CBE0_HQ from Ed DeHoratius on Vimeo.
Movie Trailer from Ed DeHoratius on Vimeo.
Beauty and the Beast
Beauty and the Beast Latin from Ed DeHoratius on Vimeo.
Latin Movie Project (1) from Ed DeHoratius on Vimeo.
WALL-E Latin Project from Ed DeHoratius on Vimeo.
To Kill A Mockingbird
Latin Movie Project-1 from Ed DeHoratius on Vimeo.
Wallace and Grommit
Beauty and the Beast (a different one)
Grand Budapest Hotel
In our language PD today (thanks, Megan and Kara) and saw what could be a cool activity to try. It began with a Spanish Wikipedia page on Lionel Messi and a checklist of information to find in the article: team, position, jersey number, etc. They then showed a Latin example with an updated idea: rather than searching for specific information, use color coded categories to find information:
- blue = people / names
- green = location(s)
- yellow = actions / deeds
- pink = time / date
- orange = personality / character / variable (depending on the topic)
I was thinking even that the original checklist activity would be a good activity but I like this even more, though they target different things, the former specific information and comprehension, the latter more recognition. (And some of them are debatable / on the border but for the sake of illustration.)