Planning Time

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  • By phoebe welsh………………..
  • Planning Time

    1. 1. Time Planning By Ellie W
    2. 2. Time Table <ul><li>Draw yourself up a time table for all your weekly activities, so you know what you have on and how long you will be doing the activity for. This will allow you to fit in study periods or when you can do homework. </li></ul><ul><li>This is just like a school timetable, which will tell you when you have to do a certain subject. </li></ul><ul><li>To help this time table stand out more you could colour in your time table, For example all your study periods you could colour in that square green. </li></ul>
    3. 4. Term Planner <ul><li>Another way of time planning all your workload, is to have a term planner. This will allow you to see what you have on for the whole term. You can also add in important information for when things are due. </li></ul><ul><li>The term planner will help you see clearly, for example a Maths test is, how when you should start studying. </li></ul>
    4. 5. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Week 1 Week 2 Study for Maths Test! Draw Art Pictures Week 3 Maths Test! Week 4 Start Part 1 of English Assignment Art Pictures Due! Week 5 Start Part 2 of English Assignment Week 6 English Assignment Due! Week 7 Start Studying for Science Test Week 8 Science Test!

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