The plan should have a clear purpose and plan according to the purpose.
For example, if one's math foundation is poor, he will make a math review plan. The purpose is to strengthen the math foundation and improve the teaching results. If someone can't remember English words well, he has to make a plan to review and write down the words with the aim of mastering them. The purpose of the plan is determined according to the individual's own learning situation.
There should be learning content and completion time.
For example, in one's math review plan, one stipulates that one should review elementary school math and elementary school math comprehensively during the summer vacation from grade one to grade two of junior high school, so he will arrange the review contents in a sequence, and the vacation time in a sequence, and then compose the two sequences into a review schedule.
There must be methods and measures to ensure the completion of learning tasks.
For example, how to ensure the use of time and energy, how to avoid interference and overcome difficulties and so on. In order to make a good plan, we should pay attention to the following issues:
1. Resolutely guarantee regular study time and make use of free time
Routine learning time is mainly used to complete the learning tasks assigned by the teacher on the same day, and "digest" the new knowledge learned on that day. In this part, due to task-driven, the general students can basically ensure the completion of the task. Free learning time refers to the remaining learning time at their disposal after the completion of the learning tasks assigned by the teacher. In the free learning time, we can generally do two things: make up lessons and improve. Make-up lessons refer to making up for the deficiencies in their own learning; improve, refer to in-depth study, develop their own learning advantages and strengths.
2. Long Plan and Short Arrangement
Because of the ever-changing real life and learning, it is often difficult to predict, so the long-term plan can not be too specific, it is impossible this month to list everything you do every day next month. However, we should have a good idea of the main problems we should solve in our study next month. In the first week of this month, we should be more specific about what we should solve and what we should do every day in the first week. After this arrangement, when we study everyday, we will understand the status of today's learning tasks in the overall learning situation. With specific short-term arrangements, the tasks in the long-term plan can be gradually realized; with long-term plans, we can also complete specific learning tasks with a clear learning purpose.
3. Planning should proceed from reality
Don't deviate from the actual situation of study when making judgment marking. Many students are enthusiastic in making plans, often ignoring the actual situation. As a result, they feel nervous and difficult to implement. What is the reality of learning? First of all, the knowledge base of one's own. If we have a good foundation, we should widen, deepen and further improve it. If we have a poor foundation, we should check for leaks and make up for deficiencies and consolidate the foundation. Secondly, their acceptance ability, to what extent can be set to what extent, the task can not be too much, the requirements can not be too high, we should do according to our ability. The third is the reality of time. At each stage, the amount of time that can be provided for free learning should be determined from time to time. Fourthly, we should make a plan according to the teacher's teaching progress. Many students'personal learning plan "bankruptcy" is because they do not know the actual teaching progress of the teacher, so that their learning tasks are either too tight or too loose, and there will be a phenomenon that the learning content arranged by themselves is out of line with the teaching content of the teacher.
4. Plan to leave room
The content and timing of planned activities are often incomplete with the actual situation. For example, at a certain stage, some subjects are difficult and have more homework, so that the planned regular learning time will be increased, while the free learning time will be reduced. The planned learning task may not be completed. Again, sometimes collective activities take up more time than planned estimates, which will also affect the implementation of learning plans and so on. Therefore, in order to ensure the realization of the plan, there must be room for making the plan. Otherwise, when the implementation process is impacted, the plan will fail because there is no way to adjust. Over time, the need for a plan will be doubted and the plan will become unplanned.
5. Regular control and timely adjustment
After the plan is made, stick it in a conspicuous place and check its implementation regularly. If the task is easy to accomplish and there is more room, we can consider speeding up the progress. If we fail to fulfill the tasks as planned, we should analyze the causes, prescribe appropriate medicines and take measures. When necessary, we can adjust the plan, lower the standard and slow down the speed so as to make the plan feasible and serve the study.