Yesterday night I had to present my individual assignment. It went quite well! I ended up creating the actual PowerPoint presentation at the last minute. (I even tweeted
about it!) Unfortunately because of this, I didn't give myself enough time to properly review all that I typed up, and made 2 errors that I knew better. But my teacher did say that my pronunciation was really good!
Unfortunately I didn't get that burst of energy I was hoping for last week. I was able to eventually focus on the biggest priority for class - my individual presentation. A friend helped me break down what was important. The group assignment was just as important, but I didn't have the aptitude to focus on both last week. (Even with me focusing on the one project, I still finished it at the last minute!) So yesterday night, after class, I hastily worked on the group assignment with my group.
This leaves me with this week to concentrate on the exam. My teacher is so nice: she gave us a review of the final, which basically showed all the questions, and then she gave us the answers, at least to the non-open-ended questions! She did that for the midterm too. I could just memorize the answers, but since the point of this class is for me to learn Korean, I'm going to try and catch up on the chapter that I basically missed during the last few weeks due to my mood.
In other news, I'm not sure what I'll do once the class is done. My final is Dec. 12. Part of me would like to take the opportunity to catch up on Anki (which I fell behind in on daily reviews; I went several days without any reviewing, and now am only doing about 5-10 words per day, but this means that I have about 233 words [as of yesterday] which need to be reviewed!), but I'm sure that if I spend this whole week studying hard for Korean, after the exam I'll want to mentally relax for a few days. I would also like to continue a project I started about a month ago of adding in all the vocabulary I've learned over the years, and is in my various language notebooks, into Anki.