Below you will find a schedule for 2016/2017 of what we will work with in class. Here you will also find handouts and uploaded files. For the Course Syllabus (kursplan) and grading criteria (kunskapskrav), please use the link below.
|33||Course syllabus/Speed dating|
|34||Diagnostic test + hand in A letter to my Teacher||NA16: Lecture about the Rosetta mission/Listening exercise: speech by JK Rowling|
|36||Words/English speaking countries||Reading comprehension/English speaking countries|
|39||Presentations/ Introduction Tthe-absolute-true-tasks||Presentations/Reading/Solid Ground Grammar 1|
|40||Vocabulary/Reading||Solid ground Grammar 2|
|41||Solid Ground Grammar 3|
|42||Group discussions about the book/Writing a formal letter to Mr P.|
|43||Working with your letters|
|44||Half-term break||Half-term break|
|46||Competition: describing people||Writing test|
|47||Link’s story + words||Link’s story|
|48||Reading: Dashed Hopes + text -work+ pdfs||Introduction: Essays – the discussion type|
|49||Vocabulary: Dashed hopes/Essay writing/Reading|
|50||Three-minute-presentation:||People worth knowing|
An article is similar to an explanatory essay with an introduction, main body and ending/conclusion. The introduction in an article is can also be called “preamble” and is written with bald letters. Quite often, the preamble is more like a summary of the article than a pure introduction and can include some of the key phrases quoted from the main Try to use the Hemingway app, when you are writing a text.