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گروه آموزشی زبان موچش
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شنبه 29 آبان 1395 :: نویسنده : منیژه حسنی
راهنمای معلم                                                                      
 
            prospect3                                       vision 1

                    





نوع مطلب : راهنمای معلم، vision، prospect، آموزشی، 
برچسب ها : راهنمای معلم، کتاب راهنما، پایه دهم، راهنمای معلم پایه دهم، پایه نهم،
لینک های مرتبط : دبیرخانه راهبری کشوری زبان انگلیسی،


جمعه 24 شهریور 1396 07:37 ق.ظ
I don't even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was good.
I do not know who you are but definitely
you're going to a famous blogger if you are not already ;) Cheers!
منیژه حسنی
پنجشنبه 22 تیر 1396 03:18 ق.ظ
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منیژه حسنی
,Hi dear Dori
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Manizheh Hassani
دوشنبه 5 تیر 1396 09:44 ب.ظ
First off I would like to say superb blog! I had a quick question which I'd like to ask
if you don't mind. I was curious to know how you center
yourself and clear your head prior to writing.

I've had a difficult time clearing my mind in getting my thoughts out there.
I truly do enjoy writing but it just seems like the first 10 to
15 minutes tend to be wasted just trying to figure out how to begin. Any
recommendations or tips? Kudos!
منیژه حسنی
Hi dear friends.Thanks for your attention.First of all,You have to be able to concentrate. Not only that but you have to be able to maintain focus for sustained periods. It’s not the only thing you’ll need but it’s a good start.
First, decide what you actually want to write
Make sure you’re interested in what you’re writing
Accept your distractions. You will get distracted. Your mind will wander. You won’t want to get started. Accept it.
Use a concentration timer. I like using meditation timers when I write. A little bell every five minutes helps remind to put my focus back onto my writing if my mind has wandered. There is a free, online timer on my company website. You can use it time and pace a writing session.
Go somewhere else. Do you write a bit more neatly when you get a new pen? Change can be beneficial, even if the effect is temporary. Sometimes a change of location (go to the park, the Kitchen – anywhere but here) or a change of method (use a quill, a pencil, a typewriter, a different word processor, Linux) can help.
Stay where you are. I’m always getting up and going somewhere to get something or do something. To counter this tendency, I keep scrap paper (recycled A4 printer paper cut in half) by my desk and scribble reminders. Then back to the writing.
Write at a different time. I write best if I get up early. (See How I trained myself to get up earlier in the morning.) Just changing your routine can be helpful.
Write to a schedule. When I have a busy week with many deadlines, I block out time for my work in Microsoft Outlook. This helps me allocate time and measure progress on longer-term projects and ensure that I have enough time to do all the work I planned. Other people find it helpful to start writing at the same time every day.
Morning pages. It involves writing in a stream of consciousness first thing every day.
Switch off distractions. Turn off your radio, TV, shut the door, close your email program, put your phone on mute, shut down your blog reader software, use a distraction-free word processor. Anything you can do to stop distractions before they happen, the better.
Tame your muse. Your muse works for you, not the other way round. Think of it as a recalcitrant employee. Give it deadlines, tell it to show up for work at a fixed time every day, give it feedback and praise, define what you expect from it.
Seek inspiration. Lots of people praise walking or running as a source of inspiration. Or keep a notebook with you at all times because you never know when you will have a good idea.
Quantify. Use word count to set goals – 500 words and then a break, for example. Track writing output over time in a spreadsheet.
Meditate to develop concentration and calmness.
Treats. I like tea (See Tools for writing: A nice cup of tea). Other people prefer …, You end up borrowing energy from yourself.
Punishment. Try Write or Die. If you don’t keep writing, it starts deleting what you have already written!
Shame. Instead of running a 26 mile marathon, aim to write 26,000 words and get your friends to sponsor you for charity. If you fail to do it, you won’t raise any money and you’ll feel bad.
Buddy writing. Working with a friend, even over an open Skype line, can encourage concentration, providing you both have the same work habits. Somehow the peer pressure keeps you both working hard. It’s also an antidote to the potential loneliness of the long-distance writer.
Chunking. Write for 45 minutes, take a 15 minute break. Repeat.
Don’t worry. Editing is not writing. Don’t let your mental self-editor get in the way of your super-productive copywriter. Accept that your first draft might not be perfect. Leave notes to yourself in your text – fact-check, tidy up, rewrite, condense. The important thing is to keep writing.
Use TK. This is a special case of ‘Don’t worry.’ If there’s something you don’t know, don’t stop to look it up. Just put TK in the text. It means ‘to come [later]’. For example, ‘When Neil Armstrong landed on the moon in TK DATE, he didn’t expect to meet little green men.’ Fill in the blanks later. TK is easy to search for because it doesn’t occur often in everyday writing.
Rock and river. Water is soft and rocks are hard but a river can defeat a rock with patience and constant effort over time. I think it’s the same with writing. A little every day beats a lot once a year. If you keep this in mind, concentrating for a short period every day becomes easier.
Leave a hook to get you started. When you finish writing each day, try to leave a few notes in your text to help you get started the next day. This will make it easier to overcome inertia and re-engage with the work.
I hope you find these useful. If you have any tips you would like to share, please leave a comment.
Manizheh Hassani
پنجشنبه 31 فروردین 1396 09:30 ق.ظ
I'm pretty pleased to discover this website. I wanted to thank you
for ones time due to this wonderful read!! I definitely loved every bit
of it and i also have you book-marked to look at new information on your
site.
منیژه حسنیAccept my endless gratitude.Thanks a million for your attention
Manizheh Hassani
 
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