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Magpiesong 2 years ago


Magpiesong31 Jan - 6 Feb My weekly German stuff

Write 3 times a week. (so far, one exercise from Schaum’s )

Listen to podcast, do a verbal summary and record it.

Either watch Youtube or read blog instructions for crochet or kniting in German, and make something small.

Listen to Audio book and record how many tracks. ( DONE 6 tracks)

Read and record what I’ve read from my Kindle.

Have a conversation in German 14 months ago


Magpiesong23-30 Jan. German stuff.

Write 3 times a week. (NOT done)

Listen to podcast, do a verbal summary and record it (DONE. Recorded a recount of my working week- 5minute)

Either watch Youtube or read blog instructions for crochet or kniting in German, and make something small. (DONE Downloaded 2 knitting instructions for Linke und Rechte Maschen, also 2 songs which I’ve already taught in my classes: Backe Backe Kuchen, Sag Mutter)

Listen to Audio book and record how many tracks. (Done 16 tracks)
Read and record what I’ve read from my Kindle. ( Chapter 6 of Charlotte Links book)

Have a conversation in German. (DONE: explained how to play a card game to students) 14 months ago


MagpiesongJan 16-23rd 2013

  • Write 3 times a week.
  • Listen to podcast, do a verbal summary and record it
  • Either watch Youtube or read blog instructions for crochet or kniting in German, and make something small.
  • Listen to Audio book and record how many tracks.
    Read and record what I’ve read from my Kindle.
  • Have a conversation in German 15 months ago

MagpiesongWeekly German TTD 10th 16th Jan 2013

  • Find a weekly tutor. (DONE, we begin in February)
  • Write 3 times a week. write THAT letter
  • Listen to podcast, do a verbal summary and record it
    (DONE, though did a summary of the first chapter of new book instead)
  • Either watch Youtube or read blog instructions for crochet or kniting in German, and make something small.
  • Listen to Audio book and record how many tracks. (9 Tracks + 38 tracks)
  • Read and record what I’ve read from my Kindle.(So far, chapter I from Das Haus der Schwestern, by Charlotte Link.) 15 months ago

MagpiesongMy weekly German TTD 2nd-9th Jan.

  • Find a weekly tutor. (DONE, we begin in February)
  • Write 3 times a week. (LETTER, LETTER 460 words good god!)
  • Listen to podcast, do a verbal summary and record it.
  • Either watch Youtube or blog instructions for crochet or kniting in German, and make something small. (DONE, a knotted bracelet)
  • Listen to Audio book and record how many tracks. (replayed 3 CDs)
  • Read and record what I’ve read from my Kindle.( Noooo not the Kindle but I’ve scanned about 20 books on art and craft for chldren, all in German. REading: DONE) 15 months ago

MagpiesongUntitled

Daily reading and writing, from Uni textbook. sigh, this is so boring, I write to pen pals instead, not daily but still
Read 6 German novels by June. Have read 7 already
Daily listening: choose a podcast and summarize it verbally. Record it.
Do an advanced conversation German class once a week. only have beginners classes at Evening Adult Ed. classes …
Set up weekly Skype German chat with colleagues. not going to happen, full-time teachers are just too busy
Do the revision exercises on my iPhone apps daily. Am in the 90% range for my Der/Die/Das and have gone through ALL the exercises for buusi.com app

Try to achieve level C1 or higher by June. 2 years ago


MagpiesongPrepare for my German studies in Dresden.

Daily reading and writing, from Uni textbook.
Read 6 German novels by June.
Daily listening: choose a podcast and summarize it verbally. Record it.
Do an advanced conversation German class once a week.
Set up weekly Skype German chat with colleagues.
Do the revision exercises on my iPhone apps daily.

Try to achieve level C1 or higher by June. 2 years ago


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