ASL Student Planner – Winter

$3.00

This is a downloadable product. Download the file and print it on your printer.

Description

The ASL Seasonal Student Planner – Winter will help students stay organized this season. These UNDATED and EDITABLE weekly planners include English and Sign Language illustrations. Helping your student(s) stay organized has never been easier, whether you use the printable version or the Google SlidesTM version.

This ASL seasonal planner is fully customizable, so you can enter your events and use it solely on your computer or make changes and print it for offline use. These unique planners measure 8.5″ x 11″ and were designed with Sign Language enthusiasts in mind. It’s an excellent way to keep track of your weekly schedule. Because it is so large, it can hold all your valuable information. This one-of-a-kind American Sign Language planner makes it easy to stay on track. It will become your go-to for organizing your academic and extracurricular calendars.

Included in each ASL Student Planner – Winter

Five (5) duplicate files are included for five (5) different weeks, ideal for use throughout the winter! Each editable planner contains four (4) pages with functions:

  • Weekly assignment list for four included subjects (Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies) and two extra blank spaces
  • Assignment and To-Do checklist with extra space for notes
  • Daily Time Tracker (7 AM – 5 PM)
  • Class Information List

BONUS! Student Planner Google Slides™ version included!

Use the Google Slides™ version to distribute multiple copies to your students, and use the autosave feature to avoid losing your progress. The product includes special instructions.

This planner is a digital download and not included in membership benefits. These are non-refundable products.

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Seven Planner/Calendar Pro Tips

  1. Keep the calendar centrally located
  2. Schedule time for planning
  3. Keep the focus on your goals
  4. Design your ideal workweek
  5. Practice your ASL numbers daily
  6. Establish a practical daily routine
  7. Color-code your calendar

Time Management

Time management is simply the ability to plan, organize, and control your time. Scheduling your time will help you achieve your objectives. Finally, good time management emphasizes activities that produce results rather than simply being busy. When done correctly, you will be more productive and efficient. You’ll also experience less stress and more personal and professional development opportunities. Managing your time will help you build a solid professional reputation.

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