Procrastination is avoiding doing things that need to be done or leaving things undone for as long as possible.
Procrastination is putting off doing something, especially out of habitual carelessness or laziness.
Procrastination is the thief of time.
Procrastination is postponing or delaying needlessly.
Procrastination is slowness as a consequence of not getting around to do something.
Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday.
Procrastination is delay, hesitation, slowness, slackness, dilatoriness and temporization.
Procrastination was Hamlet’s problem.
Procrastination IS YOUR PROBLEM.
The 3rd term PBL (Problem Based Learning activity) for 1st, 2nd and 3rd ESO was posted on this blog on Sunday 18th April. During the week 19th-23rd May every student was reminded of this activity in their English lessons and was instructed to visit this blog in order to understand better what their tasks were supposed to be like.
If you look at the data and information below you can see how many visitors we had on the following dates:
Mon 19th April – 12 visitors Mon 26th April – 22 visitors Mon 3rd May- 25 visitors
Tues 20th April – 22 Tues 27th April – 18 Tues 4th May – 27
Wed 21st April – 35 Wed 28th April – 16 Wed 5th May – 21
Thurs 22nd April – 21 Thurs 29th April – 14 Thurs 6th May – 17
Fri 23rd April – 10 Fri 30th April – 10 Fri 7th May – 23
Sat 24th April – 13 Sat 1st May – 18 Sat 8th May – 46
Sun 25th April – 20 Sun 2nd May – 19 Sun 9th May – 38
Mon 10th May – 46 visitors
Tuesday 11th May – 122 visitors
We also have these data in relation to Tuesday 11th May:
16,152 words were copied – 23 images were copied – 37 copies were made
What do all these data mean? What do they tell you? Well, we are sure you are intelligent enough to make up your own opinion and draw your own conclusions
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