Task to complete:
Before you draw your chart make a statement on what you are doing and why (planning your time). Your gantt chart must list all the stages of your project and how you will distribute your time. Remember these are an estimate!
Watch the following tutorial where you will be talked through what you need to do
Ensure that you have described why you are doing the gantt chart and how this will aid you.
On your gantt chart you may be able to do two things at once so don’t be afraid to put more than one block in a column.
Consider your deadlines and note them onto your gantt chart.
Use the following table to understand what potential grade of work you will produce. Try to aim for the top grade!
GREEN- Grades D-E
Your Gantt chart will show the main features of the project. It won’t be evaluated.
AMBER- Grades B-C
Your Gantt chart will show each step of your project in detail according to the page outlines. It won’t be evaluated.
PINK- Grades A*-A
Your Gantt chart will show each step of your project in detail. You will also have evaluated your Gantt chart showing any modifications to the timings you set.
You can use these page outlines as a guide to what you need to complete for your project...