Class usually begins with a review of an English grammar concept, and then students discover how that concept is treated in Latin. There is an emphasis on memorization of vocabulary and word endings. Students gain skills for learning any language through this systematic approach.
The challenge Make progress on a writing project before the summer ends! Lindsay and Julia are both committing to write for a set amount of time every day for 14 days, starting August 1.
Make your own rules!
Need to find the references for an article? Set aside time every day to do that. Need to work on a Revise and Resubmit? Pick a project and an amount of time that works for you. Her 30 minutes have to be spent writing sections of the chapter rather than reading or looking for references, getting coffee or wandering around the room.
Lindsay will be working on revising an article for an invited special issue of a journal, due at the end of August.
She thinks it will be an enormous relief to get the revisions out of the way before the semester starts. Her goal for the challenge is to spend 25 minutes each day on focused writing. Share your goal and rules with us in the comments section at the bottom of the page.
You may also participate through social media. Be sure to use UNMwrites and tag us so we can see you! You may share your name or be anonymous. The Finale August 16, What can we say about the writing challenge?
In the end, neither of us made our goal of writing every day. Lindsay did get much more writing done than she would normally would have in the two weeks before classes begin, and Julia has never previously accomplished any progress on a writing project just before […] Read More Day 13 August 13, Julia is also getting ready to wrap up the two week intensive.
Come visit us on Monday and share with us your final thoughts on the challenge! Day 12 August 12, Our challenge is almost over!
Day 11 August 11, Welcome to Friday everyone! I feel like the kid in the back of the car wishing to be at the destination instead of on the road.
This part of the challenge has been very hard for me. Way to go everyone for sticking it through this far! How did your first week go? How are you doing? If you included the weekend in your writing goals, were you able to make progress?
Clearly if my day had been busier, I would […] Read More Day 6 August 6, Lindsay is also taking a break from the blog this weekend! Let us know in the comments how your weekend is going!
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