Video appunto: Plan and Organize


To plan means to make a detailed decision of what you will do in the future. You can plan anything large or small, from going on a week vacation to starting your own business.
Ex: Because she is so in love with animals, Bailey plans to become a veterinarian one day so she can take care of animals when they are sick.

Ex: Josh is very passionate about traveling and seeing new things. He plans to visit at least five countries in each of the seven continents before he dies.
When you make other plans, it means you change what you were originally hoping or wanting to do. Usually, people make other plans when their first plan does not work out.
Ex: Julie was convinced she would become a professional singer one day. But she made other plans after realizing she was gifted in math and is now a computer engineer.
Ex: While Becky and Chris were hoping to go to New York in October, they had to make other plans when a large snowstorm caused their flight to be canceled.


To sort or arrange items in a specific order is to organize them. Also, organize means to complete detailed preparations for an event or activity.
Ex: After spending three years as an event planner, Caroline was the best person for me to ask to organize my stag night. I just knew she would do an amazing job.
Ex: Most teenagers have a hard time organizing their room. For that reason, many parents have to give them a reward for keeping things in their room in order.
An organizational pattern refers to the specific order in which items are arranged. There are many types of organizational patterns, such as linear, circular, or random.
Ex: John likes to arrange his socks in a coloured organizational pattern. He places them in groups of black, brown, white, and tan so he can find the exact colour he needs each day.
Ex: To keep his books easy to find for his guests, George uses an alphabetical organizational pattern. All someone has to do is look for the author's last name, and they will find the right book.