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So let me check I have this right: You have a French vocab test on Friday but you are away on a school trip until later on Thursday night; you are not sure when you will get time to revise.
How will you remember to pack your passport?
That sounds like a good idea. I wonder, have you ever considered making mind maps? Some students I work with find them really helpful for subjects like geography and history. Can I show you some examples?
What time will you need to leave home in order to reach Kings Cross in time for your train to Paris?
So step number one is to get all your notes together on the table. Then the next step is to divide them into subjects and then finally you are going to file them under the relevant dividers.
That sounds really hard. I can see you are really frustrated by what happened and that you feel unfairly treated by your football coach.
“I just don’t see what the issue is – I get good grades and have been offered a place at LSE. Mum just wants me to be perfect!”
“Things are going great, thank you. I turned up to all my lectures on time last term – who would have thought it!”
I suppose it might be good to get Dad off my back. I just wish he would accept me for who I am.
“That project plan we put together was so helpful, I got a great comment from my manager. I am almost looking forward to writing the next one.”
“If only I could find the time to do my running training, I know I could get fit enough to run that race I entered.”
She is never on time for anything.
His workspace is a nightmare.
She hates it when we change our plans at the last moment – it normally leads to a big argument.
She never seems to put work first over socialising with her friends.
“He often blurts out the first thing that comes into his head in meetings.”
“He can’t have ADHD – he manages to concentrate on computer games for a whole day, but when it comes to lessons, he just drifts off.”
She is always crying at the smallest things.
“He never seems to be able to stop playing Fortnite and get down to work.”
“She really wants a new iPhone, but can’t seem to save up for it.”
“He has no idea how hard it is for all of us to pick up the pieces behind him.”
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