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project work for good study habits
Transcript of project work for good study habits
-learn to keep calm when he is stressed (eg. breathe
deeply, spend time with his family, go outdoors)
-find some time each day to file his worksheets so
that he can find his worksheets easily
-make a time table so that he can manage his time
well and not spend too much time on games
-ask for help from his parents and teachers when
he is in doubt or feeling troubled Dear Benson,
I have read about your problems in your letter to me.
Well, I would like to give you suggestions. First of all, you have to restrain yourself from going to the washroom during examinations. Stay calm. This will help you to have enough time to complete the exam. Secondly,revise your work regularly and not at the last hour.
Thirdly,have a positive mindset for learning and not treat it as just-study-for-the-examinations. Learning is not for examinations but to learn new things that can be used in your daily life.
Fourthly,plan your time wisely. Do not procrastinate and stay focused. If you are tired, give yourself a five to ten minutes break. Here is the time table I have planned for you: Good Study
Habits! Benson's bad study habits where we got all these information from Our Sources A B one 12 21 22 11 5+7= (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr This presentation is brought to you by the Simply Impactful group which includes the following group members: Letter to Benson Benson's Problems Thank you спасибо 감사합니다 Þakka þér grazie merci Danke kiitos Dankon dank u Terima kasih σας ευχαριστώ நன்றி ありがとう 谢谢 Thank you for your attention (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr Presents to you recommended good study habits
-Owi Ming How
-Yong Yan Jian
-Chang Jing Yan
-Yao Jiaxin -Bring everything you need, nothing you don’t -reward yourself for progress made -choose a favourite and conducive environment to study in -approach study matters positively -review what you have learnt before going on to a new chapter - study during your favourite time of the day -break up each study session into shorter periods of 30 minutes each -create your own questions to check your understanding -take down notes Simply Impactful dankie falemnderit -not focused
-poor time management
-does not know how to work smart
-buckle under little pressure
-not disciplined -frequently being punished by his parents and teachers
-no confidence in himself
-unable to find his worksheet
-getting distracted easily -unable to do well in exams -cannot remember the spelling of certain words What he should have done -find some time for reflection and revision information pictures 2pm 3pm homework (5 min break after every 30min) 4pm 5pm 6pm 7pm 8pm 9pm 10pm homework and nap go outdoors and relax read newspaper and watch the news -Rulang handbook dinner and revision file and organize homework dinner and free time homework brush teeth and sleep revise work and reflect about the whole day lunch and bath Timetable Pie chart on how much time he should have spent everyday As you can see, Benson should spend: -relaxation------- 1 hour
-preparation----- 1 hour
-reading---------1 hour Q&A time 1. How much time should Benson spend on relaxation every weekday?
2. Based on Benson's timetable, what should he be doing at 2p.m.?
3. Name two of Benson's bad study habits.
4. Name two good study habits. answer for question 1 answer for question 2 He should be bathing and eating lunch He should spend only one hour on relaxation answer for question 3 -not focused
-poor time management
-does not know how to work smart
-buckle under little pressure
-not disciplined -Bring everything you need, nothing you don’t -reward yourself for progress made -create your own questions to check your understanding -break up each study session into shorter periods of 30 minutes each -choose a favourite and conducive environment to study in -approach study matters positively -review what you have learnt before going on to a new chapter - study during your favourite time of the day -take down notes answer for question four Yours sincerely,
Jelina Prepared for: Mrs Jane Chan Reflections on Project Work -Sleep early the night before exams
-Not to worry too much about exams (note: you are just wasting your time worrying about exams.)
-Set aside some time for break (suggested:10 minutes break every 1 hour of revision)
-Prepare enough stationery (eg.2 or more pencils)
-Talk things that are troubling you over with your parents and teachers
-Try not to do last minute revision and never burn the midnight oil. You should have done revision on a daily basis
-Think positive. Stay optimistic I hope the information in the letter and the timetable are useful for you to solve your problems. Examination tips -http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-5378047/stock-vector-packing-school-bag Our Group http://www.urszulawaligora.eu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=81&Itemid=128 -Watch the time carefully throughout the exam
-Breathe in and out deeply and do not panic Before exams During exams 6am 6am-2pm wake up and prepare for school wake up and have
breakfast school revision (any two of the above)
When we first received our booklets, we lamented on the amount of work we were given despite it was after PSLE. However, Mrs Chan said that this was our last project work we would do in our primary school life. When we heard Mrs Chan saying this, we felt really gloomy. One year has passed by so quickly, and in just a few moments later, we would already be in our secondary schools.
The first thing we did was deciding on our team’s name. However, everyone was distracted and not focused and started babbling out weird names. Wanting to complete the booklet quickly, we got very frustrated and agitated . Through this, we have learnt that we should not get angry easily just because of our desire to complete the booklet. Then, we calmed down and listened to others' ideas and we found out that some were pretty good, like our present group name, “Simply Impactful”.
Although we had arguments and we were very fired up, we still managed to decide our roles and go through the booklet.
Today we started doing the powerpoint on Prezi, which saves our powerpoint in the ‘Clouds’. Since I was not able to go to one of our member’s house to do project, I stayed at home and we made a good use of this technology. This technology can allow us to do work at anytime, anywhere, as long as you have a computer and Internet connection with you. We used Prezi to do our project concurrently which sped up our work more quickly than to gather together and struggle to share one computer.
However, nothing in this world is perfect, likewise for Prezi. Prezi is a zoom-in presentation editor which works like maps. This made us dizzy. Another disadvantage of Prezi is that it would take up more time to do the presentation as compared to Microsoft Powerpoint but it is worth it as Prezi is much more audience-interactive. Prezi is quite complicated to use but if you use it more you will be more used to it.
Apart from these disadvantages, Prezi is wonderful. Within the same day, we were more or less done with the presentation.
On day 3, we did some final touches to our presentation on prezi, and our presentation is ever ready to be presented! We then printed our own scripts from google docs and rehearsed at school. We also rehearsed at home by ourselves to get a good idea what we are going to talk. Although it took quite some time, we still managed to do it together. Through this project work, we learnt about the importance of teamwork , coordination, some IT skills and other values through this once in a lifetime experience. Teamwork is the thing that makes a team going smoothly. Even though PSLE is over, we still have to learn more. After all, one can never be perfect.
Using Google Docs, we did up the script from home and the finishing touches to the Prezi. We then rehearsed for the project on our own. Although it took quite some time, we still managed to do it together. We learnt the importance of teamwork , coordination, some IT skills and other values through this once in a lifetime experience.
After school, we then made some finishing touches and it was done! Then we rehearsed for the project together. We had learnt many tips for examinations. And during the process of doing so, we have improved my skills as a team member. We hope for all the best for next week’s presentation! Day 1 Day 2 Day 3