This is our last week and now you need to focus on your Reading Log and on your Challenge Task to send them to me.
In this post, I would love to hear from you about your whole experience in this class. What did you enjoy the most? and the least?
What would be your final thoughts?
Have you changed in any way?
Watch and discuss this video.
It has been a pleasure "meeting" you all!
Good luck to you all in your future endeavours!
This is our last week!
Time truly flies!
For this session I ask you to read the following article and discuss it:
Languages smarten up your brain by David Marsh
Enjoy! And feel free to feel very smart!
Very Important friendly reminder: No test for ERW 2.
Last week I posted a document on our platform explaining that instead of the test I'm going to give you a different challenge that you need to complete and send with your Reading Log. I'm going to put it online today.
Make sure you get it!
This week's discussion:
What do you think about the way we "teach" children to read and write?
If you could change the system, what would you change related to writing and reading in schools? What would you keep?
I look forward to reading your insights!
Have a nice week!
I hope you are enjoying your extensive reading experience!
(Friendly reminder: Don't forget to read the article about Reading Logs.)
For this session I invite you to stop reading (just for a while) and imagine and write what is going to happen next.
So, let us know where you are in the story and how you think it continues.
Think and write out of the box! You may write a horror story if you want!
Feel free to continue your colleagues' stories as well!
Have fun reading and writing!
The challenge for the following weeks is to read a book.
Yes, read a book in English.
(Go to Ecampus to know which is the chosen book.)
Share with us how you feel about this challenge.
Do you enjoy reading? Have you ever read or / tried reading a book in English?
For fun, watch this episode of
Marsha and the Bear (it's in Russian, but still understandable and funny!)