The Ghost Essay

688 words - 3 pages

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TIME MANAGEMENT CHARTASSIGNMENT #1 - DIFFERENT VOICES
TASKS

Time initially allocated

Projected date(s) to do task

Actual time taken

Actual date task completed

Read the instructions

30 minutes

8th October

17 minutes

8 October

Develop time management projections

An hour

8th October

30 minutes

8th October

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hours

1st October

Read & re-read the article; take notes for 3 voices

3 hours

9th October

8 hours

10th October

Write draft of Author's Voice

1 hour

10th October

2 and a half hours

10th October

Write draft of Evaluative Voice

2 hours

11th October

An hour

10th October

Write draft of Self- Reflective Voice

An hour

12th October

2 hours

12th October

Write draft introduction & conclusion

2 hours

12th October

75 minutes

13th October

Write draft time management comment

10 minutes

13th October

14 minutes

15th October

Edit and revise draft work

4 hours

13th October

2 hours

14th October

Use checklist to ensure successful completion

Night time

Every time after it was successful

Night time

16th October

Final editing & proofing

4 hours

15th October

2 hours 13 minutes

15th October

Print off; final check

15 minutes

16th October
3pm

16th October

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