This guideline is for students to organize information for their presentations on their daily routine, and there are three different formats for them to choose from. At the very end, there is a checklist for students to use to ensure that they have satisfied the minimum requirements of the project.
The first option is best for the creative student, where they draw out their daily routine on a 24-hour clock.
The second option presents a list format for students who prefer linear, schedule-like thinking.
The third option provides a fill-in-the blank format for lower performers, or for students that struggle with finding out where to start on a project. It includes an example that students can use as a reference.
At the very end of the packet, there is a checklist for all students to use to ensure they have satisfied all the requirements. I also used this while grading their presentations to make sure they did what they were supposed to do.