The Week Gone By (19th-25th September 2022)
It is the 2nd week of blogging, and I feel very motivated 🙂 I took some cues from last week’s activities and built on them further this week. So, here are my top 5 Highlights of the week gone by:
- The week before, I posted an article about Herrngarten– a lovely garden in the center of Darmstadt. Last week, I put together some of the pictures taken in the garden and put them in my gallery post. It gives a peek into the garden through photos. My readers can check them out here.
- I also posted pictures of Park Rosenhöhe in my gallery the week before. Last week, I researched more about this significant landmark of Darmstadt and created a write-up. The article is posted here. Those of my readers, who are living in and around Darmstadt, may find it interesting. Check out my ‘ Darmstadt-In and Around‘ page to read about more such places.
- Most readers know that I am learning German these days by applying different learning practice methodologies. The week before, I posted a worksheet using the method – ‘reading and understanding texts.’ This time, I have taken a page from the book I recently read – ‘The first world war’ by Conrad Mason, and applied the method- ‘ Using translation to exercise your brain and improve vocabulary.’ Feel free to download the worksheet and use it for your german Practice. All my readers, who are learning German like me, may find it helpful.
- My fourth highlight of last week takes a cue from the activity I mentioned above. Last week, I jotted down the storyline and review of the book -‘ The first world war’ by Conrad Mason. It is a book suitable for 9-12-year-olds and gives a broad picture of the war. If you wish to introduce your child to this topic, you can read more about the book here.
- Last, I penned down another Indian traditional recipe- ‘Urad Dal Laddoo.’ Laddoos are small ball-shaped sweetmeats that are very popular in India. They are made in many different ways and with different ingredients. The recipe I have posted is made often in my home and is an all-time favorite. So, all food lovers, especially those with a sweet tooth, check out this recipe from India.
With another week productively spent, I am happy and geared up for the coming week!
All my readers: Happy reading, and do share your experiences with me!