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Writing Strategies 1, week 12: July 6th, 2012

Tilda Swinton as Jadis, the White Witch. Her c...
Tilda Swinton as Jadis, the White Witch. Her collar is made from Aslan’s mane, taken during his sacrifice. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Peter kills the wolf
Peter kills the wolf. From Pacific Okinawa Players’ production of LWW http://www.pops-okinawa.org/Past_LWW.htm

Today, we studied the last chapters of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe“, chapters 15-17.

We answered multiple choice questions, short answer questions and short essay questions.

Homework:

  • Finish answering the short answer questions and the short essay questions
  • Prepare your presentation about another book by C.S. Lewis.
  • Presentations should be in English and about 3 minutes’ long per speaker.
  • Make sure you list the book(s) you read, in English, using the MLA style (see the handout here MLA.pdf )

Announcement:

There will be a short test on the textbook in the last class, July 27th. You can bring your textbook and your notes and use your dictionary.

Here are the answers to the short answer questions for chapters 13-17. Continue reading Writing Strategies 1, week 12: July 6th, 2012

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Studies in English, week 12: July 6th, 2012

Today, we

  • listened to the remaining presentations
  • wrote our own explanations for the bold words in the last section of chapter 4:
    • phonology
    • morphology
    • grammar
    • hierarchical structure

Homework:

  • Those students who were absent last week: write a comment in English on your blog about today’s presentations. Deadline: Wednesday midnight.
  • Write a paper in English on the same topic as your presentation
    • deadline: July 27th
    • length: 500-800 words
    • Use at least 3 sources of information
    • Bibliography: list your sources of information using the MLA style (see the handout here MLA.pdf )

 

 

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