English One
Summer Term 2009
Fridays, 10−12 am; room 049, Computer Science building, Takustr. 9.

Homework

Dates given on this page always refer to the lesson a particular homework task is due for. If you have any questions at all, please don't be afraid to write an e-mail and ask.

Continuous assignments
– Read in your book for at least 15 minutes every day.
– Look up at least two words or phrases from your book every day and keep a vocabulary book (or equivalent) including English definitions and example sentences for each word you add.

17 July
– Prepare a short oral presentation of your book. No summaries, please, but something that your colleagues might actually find interesting. What moved you about the book, annoyed you, made you think? Why would you (not) recommend it? Give the others something that tells them whether they'd perhaps want to read the book themselves. Please no longer than three minutes max!

10 July
– We're having a mock exam this week, so you might want to do some revising of the main topics we have covered. The point of this is to let you self-evaluate what you've achieved during the course. Taking part in the exam is a Scheinkriterium.

3 July
– Please do exercises R2.1-4 and 7.9 in the textbook.
– Additionally, there's a worksheet on the different types of conditional sentences (PDF).
– Can you find examples of conditional sentences in your book? Do they conform to the rules we set out in class?

26 June
– Please do the worksheets on a couple of different tenses I handed out last time (PDF1, PDF2, PDF3, PDF4).

19 June
– Just the continuous assignment as per the above.

12 June
– Do the worksheet on the simple past and the present perfect (PDF).
– Collect a couple of examples from your book that either show the correct use of one of the past tenses or that you aren't able to explain in terms of our definitions of said tenses.

5 June
– Do the worksheet on the past tenses (PDF).
– Collect a couple of examples from your book that either show the correct use of one of the past tenses or that you aren't able to explain in terms of our definitions of said tenses.

15 May
– In your book, try and find instances of the author using one or both of the present tenses. Make a list and decide whether the definitions on your tenses sheet seem to be helpful for you.

17 April
– This is our first session. Just come as you are.

Topic revision: r8 - 14 Jul 2009, PeterMonnerjahn

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