How did I get on this week?
Considering I lost such a massive amount of time – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday – I didn’t do too shabby.
My English student cancelled for this week as she wasn’t feeling well, so the fact that I didn’t plan a lesson or teach said lesson had nothing to do with me.
The university assignments were harder. While I made a start on the research, they require more uninterrupted study time than I had this week. Looking at the list, you’ll probably think that I did get a lot of studying done nonetheless. And you’re right, I did.
However, these are bite-size modules that require you to read a few texts and watch a few videos and comment in a forum. Assessment, if at all, was through quizzes (which you can attempt several times), researching how a topic was handled in your local area or contributing to the discussion forums – not remotely as challenging as written a ten-page paper with a long list of references.
- Submit CCC502 Assignment #5
- Start planning MA501 Final Paper
- Write & Submit
Sherlock Holmes Story by 26/03
Granddad’s 90th birthday lunch
Granddad’s 90th birthday party
Theatre & Globalisation module #6
Global Health & Humanitarianism module #5
Modern Middle East module #3
Australian Literature module #3& #4
Dutch module #3
Interviews module #3
- Complete International Development module #5
- Complete Modern Business & Organisations module #3 & #4
Community Journalism module #2
- Plan English lesson
- Teach English extra tuition
The Theatre & Globalisation course, as well as How To Succeed At Interviews and Introduction to Dutch have come to an end now. That means out of the 11 courses I started with, I am now down to only 6. And three of those will end next week.