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Rachel Elisabeth Pearce

Foreign language instructor: English

Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

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2nd Year Students 2021 - 2022

(FOR SECOND YEAR ENGLISH LANGUAGE GROUPS A.A. 2021 – 2022 ESERCITAZIONI) 

Dear 2nd year Students,

All students wishing to attend 'in presenza' must go to Virtuale and their course group and click on the pulsante. Should any student at a later date change their mind about being physically present for the class it is obligatory to unclick the pulsante at least the day before.

Ricevimento with Prof.ssa Pearce online on teams: Tuesday 16h - 18h (by appointment only)

 

 

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SECOND YEAR ENGLISH LANGUAGE GROUPS A.A. 2021– 2022 ESERCITAZIONI

PLEASE NOTE:

1. IF YOU HAVE TIMETABLE/OVERLAP PROBLEMS, YOU SHOULD MOVE TO THE NEAREST GROUP TO YOURS FOR BOTH LESSONS.

2. YOU CAN “MIX” GROUPS PROVIDED THAT YOU KEEP THE SAME TEACHER FOR BOTH YOUR LESSONS. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOUR SCORE WAS 25/26/27, YOU CAN ATTEND THE FIRST WEEKLY LESSON WITH GROUP A (Thursday, 12-13.30) AND THE SECOND WEEKLY LESSON WITH GROUP B (Friday, 12-13.30). DO NOT ATTEND YOUR FIRST LESSON OF THE WEEK WITH ONE TEACHER AND YOUR SECOND LESSON OF THE WEEK WITH ANOTHER TEACHER.

3. * THE SPACE IN AULA VIII (Group F, Wednesday) IS LIMITED. FOR THE MOMENT THERE IS NO ALTERNATIVE CLASSROOM AVAILABLE FOR LARGE GROUPS. IF THE CLASSROOM IS TOO FULL, FOR SAFETY REASONS SOME STUDENTS MAY BE ADVISED TO ATTEND A DIFFERENT GROUP.

4. PLEASE CONTACT DOTT. CHRISTINA O'SULLIVAN OR DOTT. RACHEL PEARCE IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS REGARDING THE “ESERCITAZIONI” PART OF INGLESE 2


 

HOMEWORK AND ASSIGNMENTS 2021 - 2022

Week 1 - 04/10

Read text on Madrid (Max.) p.10+11 and do comprehension questions

Week 2 - 11/10

Read p.11 and do comp. questions p.10

Week 3 - 18/10

Write about an amusing event that took place in your childhood. Try to use both a variety of narrative tenses to show your understanding of them, plus interesting vocabulary to enhance your story. Deadline 27/10

Week 4 - 25/10

Do review of the narrative tenses p.17  

Week 5 - 3/11

Do p.19, 20, 21, 22 for Mon. 8.11.21

Week 6 - 8/11

Do page 23 for 10/11 + Review p25 for 15/11

Writing assignment: The head of the student union has asked for student proposals on how LILEC could improve their general services for students. Write a proposal to the student union's head, Jane Watson, with your suggestions. Deadline: 20/11

Week 7 - 15/11

Do the Exercises on the future tenses p27 - 7 - 11 + Reading p.28+29 by 29/11

Week 9 - 29/11

Do p.32,33 and The Review p35 for Wed. 1/12

Week 10 - 6/12

Read p. 153 (back of book) + do Exercises on p.39

Week 11 - 13/12

Do p.41, p.42, p.43

Week 12 - 7/2

Read Grammar ref. p55 on substitution and ellipsis then do exercises 5+6 p51 for Mon. 14/2

Week 13 - 14/2

Do grammar on  p54, 55, 57 (for 16/2)

Week 14 - 21/02

Read and study p147 + do p.60 (Ex.4+5) for Mon. 28/2

Week 15 - 28/2

Read p.157/8 on modifying adverbs and do p.65 + Review p.67 for Mon. 7/03

Week 16 - 7/3

Read p.66 and do essay (Deadline 19/3)

Do p.71 + 73 + Reading on p.74 + 75 by Mon. 14/3

Week 17 - 14/3

Do Progress test 2 p68+69 by Wed. 9/3

Read p.159 and do exercises on p.81 (Advanced Conditionals)  + the Review on p.79 for Wed 16/3

Read p.160 on Reported Speech for Mon 28/3

Week 18 - 28/3

Do p82 Ex 1 -3 + Reading p84/85 for Wed. 30/3

Read p.161 - Verb patterns with reporting verbs - Wed. 30/3

Week 19 - 6/4

Read p161 on The Future in the Past and then do p.94 and 95 for Mon 11/04

Week 20 - 11/4

Study p.161 + p. 162 and do related exercises on p.92 + p.97 + do Reading p.94 + 95 for 20/4

Do Review on p.99 + Progress Test p100 +101 for Wed. 27/4

Week 21 - 25/4

Write the proposal on p88 Ex5. Deadline 29/04

Published on: October 01 2018