I created some worksheets to help with objectives
#3 (Gender) and #4 (Prepositions & Case). I'm not necessarily advocating students need to complete ALL of them, since a few are just variations on a theme.
Types of worksheets here:
- Identify the gender (or case) of each specified nominal. Some worksheets include or omit the article, and some use the text form while others use the dictionary form of the words.
- Match each preposition with its object (all instances are drawn directly from the text).
- Fill in words or phrases missing from the original text (with a word bank).
All these worksheets require students to write the word/phrase to complete the exercise, rather than drawing lines between matches, for example. This will help with our multi-modal approach to language exposure. They're getting writing experience (and some reading), and can add some rudimentary speaking/pronouncing if they want to as they complete the worksheets.
I think early on, it's good to keep homework/worksheets to a level that feels extremely simple, to help give students confidence. If they haven't seen enough data to adequately generalize on their own (i.e. if they've only seen words/forms/constructions a few times or even just once), then I think it makes sense to primarily constrain exercises to those which reuse the exact pieces of the text, not request novel constructions or forms.
The "complete the original text" worksheets are probably fine as stand-alone worksheets, but the gender/case ones would work better as a supplement to someone else's teaching material.