Time Management to Make the Most of 60 Minutes for Study



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A discussion of time chunking or parceling, the importance of focus, frequency of repetition, and flexibility of a study plan, ways of dividing up larger segments of time, and varieties of activities to engage in for the study of a single foreign language and of multiple foreign languages. Having made several videos to discuss how one might begin forming the habit of systematic study for 15 minute periods, this is for all those who requested guidance on what to do if you already have the study habit and you do not have that time constraint.
Time Stamps:
00:00 Introduction - language learning as mental exercise
04:04 Time management principles and habit formation
07:27 Time chunking or parceling
10:30 The Three "F's": 1) focus
15:43 The Three "F's": 2) frequency
17:07 The Three "F's": 3) flexibility
20:10 Use of 60 minutes for studying a single language
27:54 Use of 60 minutes for studying multiple languages

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