Vw6 17

Links

  1. Vocab for tussentoets 2 (e-n and n-e).
  2. Reference book. Study 35, 36, 38 for tussentoets 2 (adverbs/adjectives, comparisons, prepositions). You can find the answers here.
  3. More grammar practice here.
  4. Study the materials below for tussentoets 3.
    1. Reference book. Study 1 through 9 (tenses and conditionals). You can find the answers here.
    2. SSL list 2015 version pages 1 through 11 (E-N and N-E).
  5. Powerpoint on essay structure.
  6. SE3 assessment form.
  7. CITO: Reading theory.

Lesson 4

1. Essay prep.
  1. Read the instruction.
  2. For each statement, you could…
    1. Learn more about the topic by reading opinion pieces (Debate.org, TrueReddit, Slate, The Daily Beast, Wired Magazine, or Spiked Online).
    2. Take a position on each topic that you feel most comfortable with arguing for.
    3. Brainstorm an opener for your introduction.
    4. Brainstorm or research arguments for and against.
    5. Brainstorm or research support for the arguments.
  3. Prepare one side of your A4 with Dutch keywords.

Lesson 3

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1. Submit mondeling information
  1. Submit your topics and books here.
2. Mondeling: book.
  1. This semester, you are required to read two English books of your own choosing. You will be tested on your books. Search for awesome books to read. You could use this flowchart. See where you end up and find out if you like your choice by checking your book's product description on sites like Amazon or Goodreads.
  2. Your book analyses could critique the books’ themes, subjects, symbolism, message, author, historical context, background, writing style, character arcs, and/or plot. Do not focus on plot only; in other words, a book analysis should not be a 4-minute summary.
3. Mondeling: statements.
  1. Consult the instructions for the mondeling.
  2. Use this document to brainstorm subjects for your mondeling. You could also go to sites like Debate.org. Look for interesting texts in (the Op-Ed section of) TrueReddit, Slate, The Daily Beast, Wired Magazine, or Spiked Online. Alternatively, you could ask Mr Vermeulen for issues of Time Magazine or Alquin.
  3. Research the backgrounds of your statements, interesting pros and cons, and relevant facts that support those.

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Lesson 2

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1. Watching.


Watch the clip above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson. You will probably have to look up a word or two from the video. Use a dictionary.

  1. The bleep sound at 01:06 should be replaced with:
    • A 'more extreme'
    • B 'less predictable'
    • C 'quite unpleasant'
    • D 'rather wet''
  2. Er worden voorbeelden genoemd van seasonal change. Die voorbeelden vallen onder vier categorieën. Welke?
  3. Why, according to Tim Sparks, are we obsessed with seasonal change?
  4. Why is the timing of seasons important?
2. Watching.


Watch the clip above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson. You will probably have to look up a word or two from the video. Use a dictionary.

  1. What measures have the ducks adopted to combat the opposite sex? Name two male and two female measures.

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Lesson 1

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1. Watching.


Watch the clip above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson. You will probably have to look up a word or two from the video. Use a dictionary.

  1. The bleep sound at 01:06 should be replaced with:
    • A 'more extreme'
    • B 'less predictable'
    • C 'quite unpleasant'
    • D 'rather wet''
  2. Er worden voorbeelden genoemd van seasonal change. Die voorbeelden vallen onder vier categorieën. Welke?
  3. Why, according to Tim Sparks, are we obsessed with seasonal change?
  4. Why is the timing of seasons important?

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