Write a shopping list - 10 items you usually buy (in Czech). Upload your lists below.
This week, I would like you to create presentations about something CZECH.
Step 1: Choose your topic. It can be a place, person, celebrity, event (whatever relating to the Czech Republic).
Step 2: The presentation should have 5 - 7 slides. Each slide should contain a picture and one sentence in Czech. Do NOT translate it. Try to use your notes and textbook but do not google translate whole sentences - the aim is for the others to understand and practise what they learned (they will not understand googled sentences).
If you want to use new words, feel free to look them up and include as a glossary note in brackets with translation (see the model presentation). There should be maximum 5 new words in your presentation.
Step 3: If you need any help, e-mail me.
Step 4: Rehearse and get ready to present.
- We covered strana 42/4-7 a 46/1 - days of the week in class on Monday.Homework:1) Write 7 sentences about your week: see our shared document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1q3yK3OEnFJkpoe6cWmhQ9RdHsCAL-q6_GFf0B7fHZ20/edit2) Study 43/1 for daily routine vocabulary.We will work on the forms in class - you should be familiar with their meaning for Friday's class.Flashcards for time:Numbers:Times of the day:
Your final project is a video in Czech.
Go over the textbook and your notes to refresh what topics we covered and how much your have learned.
Then, you can work on your own and record a monologue that can be accompanied by pictures or yourself. If you like, you can work in pairs/threes and create the footage together if you decide to do a dialogue for instance (on-line communication, of course).
Make a compilation of your best language performance (edit out anything less than perfect :-) – if in doubt, ask your teacher). It should be at least one minute long, with more people, each one should speak for 1 minute.