Spatial Organization by klutzfu55

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									                                                                                 October 14, 2009


                                     Spatial Organization

Definition: Grouping or distinguishing information using different spatial locations.
A visual way of organizing information into groups of related thoughts, actions, or details.
Spatial organization uses Shoulder-Shifting and the GROUP sign to separate details into related
groups.

Example:
[GROUP-1] [EVERY-MORNING] I [GET-UP], [BRUSH-TEETH].

[GROUP-2] [EVERY-AFTERNOON] HAVE SCHOOL, WORK.

[GROUP-3] EVERY-NIGHT] [HANG-OUT] FRIENDS.

                                           Errands

The ERRANDS sign is a common expression to say you have a lot to do. Use ERRANDS to sign
about being busy in general or when describing specific errands.

Examples:
[RUNNING-AROUND]
[A-LOT-OF-THINGS-TO-DO]
[A-LOT-GOING-ON]
[VERY-BUSY]

								
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