Remember the ‘study checklist’, which I last mentioned back in January, or at the start of February?
Well, things being as they are, I haven’t made much progress with it.
Just the A1 – Beginner/Elementary version is eleven pages long!
But the end of the spring term is looming, and things are getting quieter.
Also, some of my lessons were cancelled this week, so I’m a little less behind than usual.
Hence I thought I’d dedicate the morning to finishing the A1 checklist.
Beh, I quickly realised that this project was not going to be finishable any time soon.
Links need to be checked, pages edited, but most importantly – things need to be put in some sort of logical order…
Oh well, as Helmuth von Moltke the Elder didn’t exactly put it, “No plan survives contact with the enemy”.
And in this case the enemy is time.
On to Plan B, then.
Which is to publish the checklist in draft form, then trust that I’ll get back to it at some point.
Or that someone out there with plenty of spare time will be kind enough to help improve it.
In the meantime, It’s usable (sort of) and I can move on to the next level…
If you’d like to take a look, the checklist is linked to from our Free A1 – Beginner/Elementary page.
Feedback from last time I worked on this was that it would be helpful to have both a printable .pdf version and an editable .doc version.
So there are links to both:
Until Sunday night sometime Michelangelo e il Mosè is 25% off the usual easy reader ebook price, at just £5.99.