1

Step 1

Understand what chapter 4 is all about

19 February—19 February

2

Step 2

Unravel 4.3 (68 p.)

20 February—20 February

3

Step 3

Re-structure the remainders of 4.3

21 February—21 February

4

Step 4

Is there a connection between 4.3 and 4.4, section "SK"?

21 February—21 February

5

Step 5

Write 4.3, section "lib theo" (7 p.)

21 February—23 February

6

Step 6

Write 4.3, section "FRG1" (9 p.)

24 February—27 February

7

Step 7

Write 4.3, section "FRG2" (8 p.)

28 February—02 March

8

Step 8

Write 4.3, section "GDR" (7 p.)

03 March—07 March

9

Step 9

Re-structure and write 4.4, section "SK" (24 p.)

08 March—10 March

10

Step 10

Write 4.4, section "West" (9 p.)

11 March—12 March

11

Step 11

Re-structure and write 4.4, section "boom" (5 p.)

13 March—13 March

12

Step 12

Revise 4.1 (27 p.)

13 March—15 March

13

Step 13

Revise 4.2 (22 p.)

16 March—17 March

14

Step 14

Revise the introduction of chapter 4

17 March—17 March

15

Step 15

Design a conclusion of chapter 4

17 March—17 March

16

Step 16

Closure

17 March—17 March

1

Step 1

Understand what chapter 4 is all about

19 February—19 February

2

Step 2

Unravel 4.3 (68 p.)

20 February—20 February

3

Step 3

Re-structure the remainders of 4.3

21 February—21 February

4

Step 4

Is there a connection between 4.3 and 4.4, section "SK"?

21 February—21 February

5

Step 5

Write 4.3, section "lib theo" (7 p.)

21 February—23 February

6

Step 6

Write 4.3, section "FRG1" (9 p.)

24 February—27 February

7

Step 7

Write 4.3, section "FRG2" (8 p.)

28 February—02 March

8

Step 8

Write 4.3, section "GDR" (7 p.)

03 March—07 March

9

Step 9

Re-structure and write 4.4, section "SK" (24 p.)

08 March—10 March

10

Step 10

Write 4.4, section "West" (9 p.)

11 March—12 March

11

Step 11

Re-structure and write 4.4, section "boom" (5 p.)

13 March—13 March

12

Step 12

Revise 4.1 (27 p.)

13 March—15 March

13

Step 13

Revise 4.2 (22 p.)

16 March—17 March

14

Step 14

Revise the introduction of chapter 4

17 March—17 March

15

Step 15

Design a conclusion of chapter 4

17 March—17 March

16

Step 16

Closure

17 March—17 March

19 February 2018 31 March 2018
The purpose expired on 114days
General

Writing the first draft of chapter 4

Chapter 4 isn't entirely thought through, yet. There are parts that are already drafted and other parts, that are just collections of fragments. Some parts might even no belong there at all. It's promising to be interesting, but I need to point out the outlines of this chapter and tie it all together, so it makes sence.

 Goal Accomplishment Criteria

first draft of chapter 4 exists

 Personal resources

time, will, determination

 Goal ecological compatibility

will make me stronger

  1. Understand what chapter 4 is all about

    1. Read all the introductions and the conclusion

    2. 5 minutes free writing about chapter 4

  2. Unravel 4.3 (68 p.)

    1. Scan section "Churche's roof", mark with colours (27 p.)

    2. Scan section "Christians W-D", mark with colours (20 p.)

    3. Scan section "Theology", mark with colours (16 p.)

    4. Decide: What actually belongs into chapter 5?

    5. Scan section 5.6.1: Is there usefull material? (21 p.)

  3. Re-structure the remainders of 4.3

    1. Find the themes (work with colours)

    2. Define the sections

  4. Is there a connection between 4.3 and 4.4, section "SK"?

    1. Scan 4.4, section "SK" (24 p.)

    2. 5 minues free writing about 4.4, section "SK"

    3. 5 minutes free writing: what's the connection?

    4. Decide: Should I nuture the connection and how?

    5. Re-structure based on the decisions from the last steps

  5. Write 4.3, section "lib theo" (7 p.)

    1. Find a structure

    2. 5 minutes free writing about this section

    3. Write step by step

    4. Write an introduction

    5. Take notes for the 4.5-conclusion

  6. Write 4.3, section "FRG1" (9 p.)

    1. Find a structure

    2. 5 minutes free writing about this section

    3. Write step by step

    4. Write an introduction

    5. Take notes for the 4.5-conclusion

  7. Write 4.3, section "FRG2" (8 p.)

    1. Find a structure

    2. 5 minutes free writing about this section

    3. Write step by step

    4. Write an introduction

    5. Take notes for the 4.5-conclusion

  8. Write 4.3, section "GDR" (7 p.)

    1. Find a structure

    2. 5 minutes free writing about this section

    3. Write step by step

    4. Write an introduction

    5. Take notes for the 4.5-conclusion

  9. Re-structure and write 4.4, section "SK" (24 p.)

    1. Read through the material

    2. Decide: are there parts of 4.4, section "SK", that actually belong into chapter 5, too?

    3. Re-structure the section

    4. Write step by step

    5. Write an introduction

    6. Take notes for the 4.5-conclusion

  10. Write 4.4, section "West" (9 p.)

    1. Scan all the material

    2. Find a structure

    3. 5 minutes free writing about this section

    4. Write step by step

    5. Write an introduction

    6. Take notes for the 4.5-conclusion

  11. Re-structure and write 4.4, section "boom" (5 p.)

    1. Scan 4.4, section "boom"

    2. Decide: should it become the introduction of 4.4 or should it be entirely dissolved?

    3. Do the re-structuring

    4. Write step by step

    5. Take notes for the 4.5-conclusion

  12. Revise 4.1 (27 p.)

    1. Scan 4.1

    2. 5 minutes free writing: what's that sub-chapter about?

    3. Decide: Should I split the two main themes of 4.1 in two seperate sub-chapters?

    4. Decide: How can I strengthen the connections between 4.1 and 4.4?

    5. Scan 5.3 for material, that should be integrated into 4.1 and do it

    6. Do the re-structuring based on the decision above

    7. Revise step by step

    8. Revise the 4.1-introduction

    9. Take notes for the 4.5-conclusion

  13. Revise 4.2 (22 p.)

    1. Scan 4.2

    2. 5 minutes free writing: what's that sub-chapter about?

    3. Decide: Should the two main sections of 4.2 be joined together?

    4. Do the re-structuring based on the decision above

    5. Revise step by step

    6. Revise the 4.2-introduction

    7. Take notes for the 4.5-conclusion

  14. Revise the introduction of chapter 4

  15. Design a conclusion of chapter 4

  16. Closure

    1. Do NOT go all over this chapter once again

    2. Take a break, breathe, reward myself, think about the next goal

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