Year Abroad Language Learning Action Plan – Part One As part of your ongoing language learning in the Year Abroad, you are required to develop an Action Plan, in which you identify key areas for progress especially in German grammar. This will accompany your immersive experience of grammar in context during your time in Germany, and is intended to give your language learning this year a clearly-defined path. This is the schedule for this monitored programme of language research: By the end of Warwick’s Week 10, 11th December, you need to have completed at least five of the assessments on Hammer Grammar online. Your responses and scores will be monitored. By December 18th, you need to formulate an Action Plan for work on topics or areas of grammar you will work on to improve, which you will upload on Tabula. Use this template (the table will expand as you write, and you can add rows if more than three areas are selected): Name: Grammar Area Specific weakness / focus for work Resources or materials to be used Outcome expected There is now a web page dedicated to language-learning resources which (alongside more basic grammar) focuses on the structures of formal German such as you will encounter in official contexts in Germany, and appear in academic and formal registers – notably in your final year studies. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/modernlanguages/currentstudents/u ndergraduate/german/yearabroad2/ya_language_work Use these materials and links alongside any other reference works and sources to develop your understanding of, and confidence in the German language. There will be a second monitoring point (4 Mar 2016) at which you will be required to identify and demonstrate progress in your chosen areas for improvement.