Summary: I have done the first set of exercises in Elliot’s grammar article.
Goal: The goal of this project is to finish the first set of exercises from Elliot’s grammar article.
Metrics: The relevant metric is whether I get the sentences done correctly or not.
Broader goal: I’d like to get better at grammar.
Values: The project has value for doing better philosophy.
CF relevance: Better understanding of grammar will help me discuss philosophy better.
Plan: Make a grammar tree for each sentence and ask for feedback on it.
Project size: Not very large, there are nine sentences in the first set of exercises.
Resource budget: The time to read and tree the sentences.
Asks: It would be good if I could get feedback, but I don’t expect it.
Independence: I’ve done the sentences and if nobody comments that’ll be okay.
Confidence: I have done the sentences and I think I got them right.
Follow through: If I’m wrong then I’ll revise my understanding and use it for future grammar exercises.
Context: I’ve made mistakes on grammar before by doing stuff that was too complicated and involved too many problems.
Background: I’ve made mistakes on grammar before by doing stuff that was too complicated and involved too many problems.
Track Record: I’v tried to do grammar trees before and got them wrong.
Priorities: Successfully doing some grammar trees for sentences.
Progress: I’ve done the setences and I think I got them right.
Problems: I didn’t understand how to do prepositions in grammar trees before.