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Design a personal planner that covers the week from Monday to Sunday. Clearly mark the times starting from 6am to 10pm. Use a table format for your planner. Give your planner an appropriate title. Fill in a minimum of four activities that occupy your day. Colour code your priorities clearly and indicate what each colour means e.g. Red = important.
1.1 ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST Checklist for personal planner | Yes/no | 1. Title provided | | 2. Correct format used | | 3. Days clearly indicated | | 4. Times correctly indicated | | 5. Activities filled in on planner | | 6. Priorities clearly shown | | 7. Planner colour coded | | 8. Meaning of colour indicated | | Minimum standard: 8 |

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Assessor: Date: Criteria | Maximum | Student’s mark | 1. Title provided | 1 | | 2. Correct format used | 2 | | 3. Days clearly indicated | 7 | | 4. Times correctly indicated | 3 | | 5. Activities filled in on planner | 4 | | 6. Priorities clearly shown | 1 | | 7. Planner colour coded | 1 | | 8. Meaning of colour indicated | 1 | | TOTAL | 20 | | Pass mark: 10 |

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Assessment activity: Personal planner Date: Rubric for personal planner | Criteria | Explanation | 0-2 | Weight | Final | 1. Title provided | 1. No title provided 2. Title…...

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