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Flow Chart Skills for Students
Overview: Organizational skills have got to be high on the list
of things our students need improvement in. While flow charts may not
seem to be for everyone, they are part of a project management process
that is researched and works very well in not only showing the process
of a project, but in its best form, also the time needed for completion.
Project management pundits keep telling us to spend fully one-fourth
of the total time on a project in the planning stage, and driving
this point home to students will help to give them a foundation for life
of planning and organizing.
Variations/Options: Students can target an area of their school
or home life that is causing them problems due to poor planning and create
a chart to analyze the situation.
Understanding Another's Perspective
Overview: After studying a certain location (city, state or country)
students will write diary entries from the perspectives of fictitious
people, listing positive aspects of the location studied. This
activity would be a way of assessing the students' knowledge of the area
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