90-Tagen-deutschen Plan - German rubric 201309

German rubric 201309

The idea of a rubric is to track progress rather than perfection. This month's rubric starts
on Sept. 19 when this plan was devised.

Table 1. September 2013 rubric for learning German
Criteria Excellent Making steady progress Bump it up
Consistently read Read something in German everyday. Read something in German at least five days a week. Read something in German four or fewer days a week.
Consistently 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 days a week.
Consistently 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 times a week.
Consistently write Write something in German everyday. Write something in German at least five times a week. Write something in German four or fewer times a week.
das Datum Reading Writing Listening Speaking Comments
20130919 I did a small amount of transcription work, which does not focus on self-formulated ideas through writing. However, any pen-to-paper combination is "writing" in this context. (Gotta keep the oil in the engine rather than nit-picking.)
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20130922 Was bedeutet -mäßig.
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20130928 Had an out-of-town guest so my time was limited; spoke to shopkeepers in everyday language, but nothing that really stretched my language skills.
20130929 Had an out-of-town guest so my time was limited; spoke to shopkeepers in everyday language, but nothing that really stretched my language skills.
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