90-Tage-deutschen Plan - Deutsch rubric 201310

German rubric 201310

The idea of a rubric is to track progress rather than perfection.

Table 1. October 2013 - rubric for learning German
Criteria Excellent Making steady progress Bump it up
Listen Listen to German input at regular speed everyday. Listen to German input at least five times a week. Listen to German input four or fewer that four times a week.
Speak Talk to a native speaker or to myself everyday. Talk to a native speaker or myself at least five times a week. Talk to a native speaker or myself four or fewer than four days a week.
Read Read something in German everyday. Read something in German at least five days a week. Read something in German four or fewer that four days a week.
Write Write in German five times a week. Write in German three to four times a week. Write in German two or fewer than two times a week.
Table 2. October 2013 - daily practice record
der Datum Listen Speak Read Write Comments
20131001
20131002
20131003
20131004 Had two phone conversations in German.
20131005
20131006
20131007
20131008 Ich habe eine lebensmittel List ausgeschrieben.
20131009
20131010
20131011
20131012
20131013
20131014
20131015
20131016
20131017
20131018
20131019
20131020
20131021
20131022
20131023
20131024 Ich habe alle Fliegender Stern gelesen.
20131025
20131026
20131027
20131028
20131029
20131030
20131031

Based on my observations, I can consistently sustain my learning when I am listening, speaking, and reading. I am going to incorporate writing into my learning at the 90-mark rather than be too hard on myself at the moment.