1 12 Contents Chapter Section 12.1 Manage Resources Manage Resources, Time, and StressContentsSection 12.1 Manage ResourcesSection 12.2 Manage Time and Handle Stress
2 Section 12.1 Manage Resources Learn how to use personal resources and how to apply management skills to all areas of your life.2
3 Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary management resource energy potentmaterial
4 The Management Process Management skills can be applied to all areas of life to accomplish more in an effective way.Write down a plan to help you remember what you need to do.managementThe skillful use of resources to accomplish a task.4
5 The Management Process List the four steps in making a management plan.StepDescriptionStep 1Decide on Your GoalStep 2Make a PlanStep 3Put the Plan into ActionStep 4Evaluate the Results
6 Resource ManagementMake good use of your resources to be a good manager.Personal resources are:time.energy.knowledge and education.skills and talents.people.resourceSomething or someone that is a source of help or information.energyThe power or ability to be active.
7 Resource ManagementMaterial resources and personal possessions provide enjoyment and satisfaction.Communities provide resources such as:police and fire departments.museums.libraries.parks.shelters.materialThings which are not necessary for survival like food, shelter, and water, but which can make life easier and more enjoyable.7
8 Section 12.2 Manage Time and Handle Stress Learn and use time-management skills to:have more time for things you want to do.to help you reduce the stress that can happen when you try to do too much.
9 Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary time management multi-tasking procrastinatestressalternatecope
10 Time ManagementUse good time-management skills to help in all areas of your life.time managementThe development of practices and skills that increase how quickly and effectively one can do something.
11 Time Management Time-management skills include: dividing big jobs into smaller ones.multi-tasking.sticking to a task.establishing routines.planning for unexpected events.evaluating activities.multi-taskingDoing more than one job at the same time.11
12 Time ManagementMake a list of pros and cons when you have a choice to make.Prioritize by ranking tasks in order of importance.Get organized, get your sleep, allow time for breaks, and do not procrastinate.procrastinateTo wait until the last minute to do something; to put off.
13 Time ManagementDevelop good study skills and ask for help when you need it.List some of the good study skills that you practice.13
14 The Stress ConnectionStress can be caused by either pleasant or unpleasant events.Positive stress can motivate you to accomplish your goals.stressThe body’s reaction to feeling overwhelmed by responsibilities, demands, or events.14
15 The Stress ConnectionNegative stress can cause headaches, stomachaches, fatigue, depression, and anxiety.To help reduce and cope with stress:eat healthfully.drink plenty of water.include your family in healthful practices.copeTo adjust to difficult and stressful situations.15
16 Chapter Summary Section 12.1 Manage Resources Management skills are not just for the workplace.Follow a plan for your goals.Learn how to manage personal resources, material resources, and community resources to help you reach goals and get things accomplished.Personal resources are time, energy, knowledge, skills, and people.Material resources are possessions, objects, and money.Communities provide many resources for its citizens to use.16
17 Manage Time and Handle Stress Chapter SummarySection 12.2Manage Time and Handle StressTime management is the development of practices and skills that increase how quickly and effectively you can do something.Learn to organize and prioritize your time.When you try to do too much, you can experience stress.Stress can motivate and challenge you, but too much stress can have a negative effect on you.When you manage your time and other resources in your life, you will be better equipped to handle stress.17
18 ReviewDo you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions.The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions.Start
19 The skillful use of resources to accomplish a task. managementgestiónThe skillful use of resources to accomplish a task.El hábil uso de los recursos para llevar a cabo una tarea.Show Definition
20 Something or someone that is a source of help or information. resourcerecursoSomething or someone that is a source of help or information.Algo o alguien que es una fuente de ayuda o información.Show Definition
21 The power or ability to be active. energyenergíaThe power or ability to be active.La potencia o capacidad de ser activo.Show Definition
22 administración del tiempo time management The development of practices and skills that increase how quickly and effectively one can do something.El desarrollo de prácticas y habilidades que aumentan la rapidez y eficacia en la uno puede hacer algo.Show Definition
23 practicar la multitarea multi-taskingpracticar la multitareaDoing more than one job at the same time.Hacer más de un trabajo al mismo tiempo.Show Definition
24 To wait until the last minute to do something; to put off. procrastinateprocrastinarTo wait until the last minute to do something; to put off.Esperar hasta el último momento para hacer algo; aplazar.Show Definition
25 The body’s reaction to changes around it. stressestrésThe body’s reaction to changes around it.La reacción del cuerpo a los cambios que ocurren a su alrededor.Show Definition
26 Having force, authority, or influence; powerful. potentpotenteHaving force, authority, or influence; powerful.Con fuerza, autoridad o influencia; poderoso.Show Definition
27 materialmaterialThings which are not necessary for survival like food, shelter, and water, but which can make life easier and more enjoyable.Cosas que no son necesarias para la supervivencia, como lo son la alimentación, la vivienda y el agua, pero que pueden hacer la vida más fácil y más agradable.Show Definition
28 Not the same as; distinct; different. alternatealternoNot the same as; distinct; different.Que no es igual; distinto; diferente.Show Definition
29 To adjust to difficult and stressful situations. copehacer frenteTo adjust to difficult and stressful situations.Adaptarse a situaciones difíciles y estresantes.Show Definition
30 Manage Resources, Time, and Stress End ofChapter 12Manage Resources, Time, and Stress