I need this done ASAP

I need this to be in Outline format by tomorrow.


I had to do this for a lesson plan for four and five year olds.


Tell me what you think:


What You Need:



Peanut butter


Butter knife


Pen and paper


What You Do:


Step 1 From your pantry, gather all the stuff needed for making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich; bread, peanut butter, jelly, knife, and plate.


Step 2 Tell your child that you are going to read him the directions for making a sandwich.  


Step 3 Your child should tell you, in precise order, how to make the sandwich, step by step. As they talk (ask them to go slowly) begin to build the sandwich. You can only do exactly what they say. If your child says, “put the peanut butter on the bread,” pick up the closed peanut butter jar and try to shake it on the closed bread bag. It may sound silly but it demonstrates that the proper order is necessary for you to understand. Your child must start from the beginning with lots of detail.


Get out the jelly and peanut butter jars and put them on the counter.

Get out a plate and butter knife and put them on the counter.

Take two slices of bread out of the bread bag.

Put them on a plate.

Pick up a butter knife with your right hand

Dip the knife into the peanut butter jar

Spread the peanut butter on one slice of bread.

Dip the knife into the jelly jar

Spread the jelly on one slice of bread.

Close the sandwich.

Put away the jelly and peanut butter.



CLC Group Projects Agreement

CLC Course Information

Course Name/Section Number:

Psychology 356

Instructor’s Name:

Ketsia McClease

Start Date of the Course:

February 22, 2013

CLC Member Contact Information

(Who is in our group?)

CLC Member Name

Primary Email Address

Secondary Email Address

Other Contact Information

Maha Salem



Cell phone (313) 482-9347

Lexi Ordish



Joanne Mellon



Kenya Malcolm



CLC Group Values

(What do we need to do to ensure our team’s success?)


What each team member agrees to do

Why this is important to the team

Check into the CLC regularly to review progress on the assignment

To make sure we are progressing and completing our assignment in a timely matter

Contribute ideas and feedback to the group from initial discussions throughout project completion

Used the group to gather information about the topics discussed to progress along as we needed to complete our project

Communicate with all CLC members as soon as a problem or issue arises

Contemplated situations and figured them out with any problems so we could come to a solution

Maintain respectful communications with all team members

Maintained appropriate dialogue throughout project so that respect was given to each individual

Complete assigned tasks by the deadlines set by the CLC members

Completed tasks by set dates on CLC contract

Take a leadership role in CLC assignments

Joanne Mellon assigned CLC tasks within agreement

Make sure to cite and reference all sources of information used in completing tasks


Project Management Specifics

(What needs to be undertaken to complete the CLC project?)

Joanne Mellon

Joanne Mellon



Maha Salem


Kenya Malcolm


Maha Salem




CLC Group Member’s Name

Task to be completed by this team member

Due date for completing the task for the CLC to review

Contributing one or more ideas for how the project should be completed



Outlining the CLC project


Assigning tasks to CLC members

Lexiann Ordish

Performing research on assigned topics and writing it up for CLC members to review

Making sure everyone meets their assigned deadlines for tasks

Proofreading and editing the paper

Submitting the paper via the Assignments feature by the due date deadline

CLC Group Interaction Guidelines

(How can we anticipate and deal with group conflict when it arises?)



What could happen to impede our teamwork

What we will do if this happens

A CLC member doesn’t provide project ideas or feedback to other team members

Make direct responses to peer and ask to respond if no response is made it will be noted that there is no participation when formulating final draft

A CLC member doesn’t complete his or her task at all

Contact instructor and finish work among the group members that are participating

A CLC member completes his or her task, but turns it in after the agreed-upon due date

Keep track of dates when work is to be done and the completed work will be worked into the final draft however the penalty for late work will be revising the new paper

CLC Group Review Process

(What makes a CLC effective?)

What did our CLC do well this time?

What can we do to be a more effective CLC next time?


Time Management


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