Next class we have our presentations of our travel guides. For your project remember these requirements:
- you must have a map of your city/neighborhoods
- your map must indicate a path to travel to visit your sites
- your map must have a list of all sites visited in order
- you must provide information about what you can do at each of the sites
- you must explain how to get from one site to the next
Remember as you write that the goal is to use verbs of motion with prefixes (III) or non-prefixed (II). Keep in mind as well that you don't need to go into a lot of depth about the locations or sites - talk about why it's important/how it relates to the theme of your excursion/if there's anything in particular to see.
Lastly, don't use translators. Check yourself with them, but don't do the work with them - do the work yourself.
Tonight for homework you're going to work with the two tables that we created in class. You need to take the information on the case table and pair it with the pronoun table to write eleven example sentences with the case functions we reviewed today. Make sure that you can explain which case is being used and why.
I will be collecting projects tomorrow. Make sure that you have it completed. I'm sorry about the issue with printing today - remember that you can email me the copy of your project and I can print it for you. The project is a major test grade.
For tonight, make sure that you read Chapter Two and Three of The Stranger and complete your detail grabber. As you read, take note of one example of each type of detail. Write down the quote from the book and the page number in the appropriate box.
Also, continue to work on your vocabulary from "The Myth of Sisyphus" - a lot of those underlined words are ones that you should define and know.