7. CH4-Mastering Self

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Chapter FOUR:
Mastering Self-Management
Quiz,
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Homework
Note: No late assignments will be accepted.
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Quiz Time
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Mastering Self-Management
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Acting on Purpose
• Quadrant II Time Management
System
Quadrant II Time
Management System
– Prioritize importance and urgency
Important
• Creators
– “Do important actions first, before
they become urgent”
Not
Important
Urgent
Not
Urgent
I
III
II
IV
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Quadrant II Time Management System
Urgent
Not Urgent
Quadrant 1
Quadrant 2
Quadrant 3
Quadrant 4
Important
Not
Important
Letting friends talk you into
Creating
a research
detailed
study
plan
Spending
three hours
on
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for a 10driving
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to a late-night
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before
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Quadrant II Time Management System
Urgent
Not Urgent
Quadrant 1
Quadrant 2
Quadrant 3
Quadrant 4
Important
Not
Important
Studying
every
Staying
up
till
three
Spending
three
hours
Staying
up
all
night
night
so you'll
a.m.
playing
video
taking
a friend
to the
to
cram
for
a
test
always
be ready
fora
games
mall
so she
can buy
thequizzes
next day
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Monthly Calendar (page 113)
• Provides a list of important
actions that can be done only
one particular time
–
–
–
–
Dentist appointment
Test
Field trip
Counselor appointment
Using technology
• PDA, Smart Phones, Online
Calendars
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Next Actions List (page 114)
• Provides a list of important actions that
need to be done as soon as possible
• Requires
1. Life Role: COUN 2 Student
2. Goal: Grade A
3. List of “actions” that is required
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•
•
•
•
Attend class on time (Tue. & Thur.)
Read Chapter 5 by Monday
Do journal 12, 13 and 18 by Monday
Study 2 hours for midterm for next Thursday
Schedule appointment with counselor for
Educational Plan by Friday
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Tracking Form (page 115)
• Provides a list of important actions
that need to be done numerous
times to achieve a goal
• Requires
1.
2.
3.
4.
Role: COUN 2 Student
Dream: Grade A
Long Term Goal: History Teacher
Short Term Goal:
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•
•
Student Services Presentation
Educational Plan
Personal Philosophy of Success Essay
5. Read textbook (dates)
6. Say Affirmation (dates)
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Time Management
• Full time Vs. Part time Student
– What is a unit?
– How many unit(s) do you need?
– School load Vs. Work load?
– Probation?
What is Academic & Progress Probation?
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Academic & Progress Probation
Academic Probation:
• Attempted 12 units
• Cumulated below a 2.0 GPA
Progress Probation:
• Attempted 12 units
• Cumulated more than 50%
of all units which the
student have earned “W”,
“I” and “NP”.
• Probation 1: occurs at
the end of the first
semester
• Probation 2: occurs at
the end of the second
consecutive semester
• Probation 3: occurs after
the third consecutive
semester
• Dismissal
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Recommended Study Time
Simple Rule:
• For every one hour of classroom time, allow two hours for
homework, study time, projects and other assignment
pertaining to class
3 unit course (regular term)
3 hours of class time/wk
+ 6 hours of homework/wk
= 9 hours total/wk
Full time student = 12 units or 36 total hours
If you work:
Take no more than:
40 hrs/wk
30 hrs/wk
20 hrs/wk
5-15 hrs/wk
6 units
9 units
12 units
14-16 units
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Homework
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Journal 12 – page 106
Journal 13 – page 112
Journal 15 – page 127
Read Wise Choices in College
– Organizing Study Materials – page 130
Journals for 5th edition only:
• 11, 12, 14
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Study Guide
• Quadrant II Time Management System
• Self-Management Tools
– Next Action List
– Tracking Form
– Monthly Calendar
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