Tuesday, 8 December 2009

English Learning Tools: 9Study Plans

How much time do you want to spend each week on your English? According to the EnglishLink.com site it is important to remember that "... if you are going to succeed, you need to make a plan". And, if you make a plan, "you need to stick to it.

In making your plan, they note, it is important to "...make sure you can actually spare this amount of time. Be realistic." Among the questions you might want to ask they suggest are:

* Do you work? If you do, when are you free to study?
* Do you have a family? When do you spend time with them?
* Are you studying full-time? If you do, when do you have free time to study?
* Do you have hobbies that take up your time? Do you use English in your life?

Find below links to: the EnglishLink.com site of study plans [which in turn contains a link to study plan template; and a general Learning Plan Templates from SlideShare.net.

1. Lets make Your Study Plan [englishlink.com]
2. Learning Plan Template [slideshare.net]

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