1. Use a calendar to keep track of each step and due dates.
Try one of these calendar/to do list tools:
2. Plan extra time to visit the Media Center at lunch or before/after school if you have questions or miss a class.
3. Plan to visit the public library if needed.
4. Allow extra time for each step if you have other demands on your time, such as family obligations, trips, sports or holidays.
Find a quiet, well-lit, uncluttered place to work. In front of the TV or in a room with lots of activity going on are not good choices.
Good Choice! Not a Good Choice!
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Make sure you have:
1. a copy of your project assignment,
2. any checklists, directions or rubrics provided by your teacher or media specialist related to this project.
Remember to make use of the WAMS Resource Guide page created to support you throughout your project - Get the name of the guide from your teacher or media specialist and go to: http://libguides.bernardsboe.com/