Jacquenetta Paloma September 12, 2021 worksheet
As far as using worksheets for busy work, the verdict is in. It is destructive to classroom learning to assign worksheets to simply keep students occupied. Busy work creates monotony, causes boredom and increases the likelihood of behavior problems. Period.
Caterers worksheet with the names, addresses and contact information of your caterer, the number of hours that you have booked, the overtime costs, required deposit, cancellation policy, etc. Further, this worksheet may include the description of your catering, such as: food, buffet, hors d’oeuvres, wedding cake, non-alcoholic beverages, alcohol, service, equipment, and decorations.
Schedules of various appointments – this worksheet may include the times and locations for your meetings with vendors and service providers.
How can we change that? Simply by creating a goal setting worksheet. This is essentially a worksheet that outlines the goal and how it’s going to be achieved. What we should be doing in order to be achieving the goal and on what days those things should be completed. On the worksheet you can also include reminders of things that will detract you from accomplishing your goal. This wouldn’t be you of course, but let’s say you want to increase the presence of you and your businesses online brand. The goal could be: 30 minutes daily on social media updates from seven-thirty to eight PM. The little reminder could be: ONLY ten minutes on Facebook!
A much better option is for the mistake to never get practiced. Skill and drill worksheets can only avoid this trouble if someone is standing over the student with rapt attention on every answer to be written. As soon as a mistake is made, the reason for the mistake must be identified, and the correct method needs to be practiced right then and there several times. And then again in about 10 minutes, and then checked again before class is over.
There are at least a couple major problems with this method. First, it’s pretty easy to overlook quite a few expenses. Things like that daily stop at the coffee shop, or the cost of a car registration that happens only once a year.