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7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens Habit #3

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Q1- The Procrastinator
Puts off important tasks until last minute
Prioritizes things that are urgent but not as important as other things.
Puts stress upon themselves.
Q2- The Prioritizer
Q3- The Yes-Man
Does tasks when they are important but not yet urgent
plans ahead
Control and balance
High performance

Q4- The Slacker
Constantly tries to please people
Does urgent but not important tasks
Prioritizes both unimportant and non-urgent activities
Lack of responsibility
Guilt
Finds it tough to say no when asked if they want to do something
Interactive
You have found out that Biology test on Friday
TEDTalk
Provides several mindsets for success
Sources
Habit 3- Put First Things First
7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
Introduction
Teens have lots of tasks and activities with little time.
Knowledge Question-

Procrastination (Holding things off until the last second)
Lack of organization skills
Prioritizing tasks that aren't as important as others.
Time Quadrants
Problems of Knowledge
Today is Monday
Option A:
Go to after school tutoring
Option B:
Go home and work on next weeks essay
There are 4 quadrants of time that provide you with information on how time is organized.
For Tuesday & Wednesday
For Tuesday & Wednesday
Option A:
Study and do all homework for the class
Option B:
Play Games and do some work
Thursday
Option A:
Ask any questions you have
Option B:
Last minute cram session
Thursday
Option A:
Ask any questions you have
Option B:
Last minute cram session
Option A:
Ask any questions you have
Option B:
Last minute cram session
Option A:
Ask any questions you have
Option B:
Last minute cram session
Thursday
Your score is an 80%
Dedicated at first
Didn't take some opportunities
messed around
had to cram
The Comfort and Courage Zones
Friday
Comfort
Safe, relaxed
Stress free
No risks
Comfortable
Courage
Risks
Scary
Chance of failure
Where opportunity lies
How are teens supposed to balance their time well?
Covey, Sean, and Sean Covey. 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers. Adapted ed. Schuster: Simon & Schuster, 2004. Print.
John, Richard St. "Richard St. John: Secrets of Success in 8 Words, 3 Minutes." YouTube. YouTube, 1 Feb. 2005. Web. 21 Sept. 2015.
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Your score is a 100%
You prioritized right
Took opportunities
You were in control
Friday
Thursday
Option A:
Ask any questions you have
Option B:
Last minute cram session
Thursday
Option A:
Ask any questions you have
Option B:
Last minute cram session
Your score is an 80%
You prioritized some right
Took some opportunities
Could have done better
Friday
Option A:
Ask any questions you have
Option B:
Last minute cram session
Option A:
Ask any questions you have
Option B:
Last minute cram session
Thursday
Your score is an 60%
Prioritized wrong
Didn't take opportunities
Procrastinated
Messed around
Friday
Your score is an 70%
Didn't take opportunities
Messed around
Prioritized wrong
You tried
Friday
Your score is an 90%
Got off on the wrong foot
took some opportunities
Friday
Your score is an 85%
Mostly Dedicated
Took most opportunities
Did mess around
Friday

Your score is a 90%
prioritized mostly right
Took most opportunities
almost in controls
should asked question
Friday

Option A:
Study and do all homework for the class
Option B:
Play Games and do some work
Time Management
Use planner
sort tasks
adapt
Conclusion
Knowledge Question-
How are teens supposed to balance their time well?
Time management
Proper prioritizing
courage
determination
Planing Activity
Sort the Following
Study for test
Sport practice
Play new video game
Go to friends
By Dillon, Jocelyn, & Jessica
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