- Discuss your homework answers with your neighbour.
- Hand in your homework.
- Chapter summaries. Your summaries are mostly too detailed. Give only the important information.
- Using the proper format, take in dictation sample summaries for chapters 1, 2 and 3.
- Chapter 4: read and translate. We read and translated up to page 39 (top paragraph).
- For next week (May 21st): go to DWC library and list all the books – in both English and Japanese translations – by C.S. Lewis. Divide your list into fiction and non-fiction titles.
- Borrow from the DWC library at least two books by C.S.Lewis in Japanese translation and begin reading them.
- You must read one book by C.S. Lewis in Japanese and write a report about it this semester.
- The book can be either fiction or non-fiction.
- Any title is OK except the two textbooks (“The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” and “The Magician’s Nephew”).
- Choose your book by session #6, May 28th.
- Finish reading chapter 4 and write a short summary of it in English.
- Read and prepare chapter 5.
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