2.Select any true statements regarding the Pomodoro technique.
- The Pomodoro technique involves setting a timer and working intently, without interruption, often for a period of 25 minutes.
- Multitasking while doing a Pomodoro—for example, having your cell phone turned on so you can catch critical messages, is okay. The main thing is not to worry about the distractions and to return to work immediately after you might be distracted.
- Immediately after finishing a Pomodoro you should do another Pomodoro, and another, as long as you possibly can with no breaks or rewards. This helps build your mental stamina.
- When you are doing a “Pomodoro,” you want to set out as large a task as possible to be completed. For example, you might decide that you want to finish an entire homework set during your Pomodoro, even though the homework set might ordinarily take half a day or more. By imagining that you will complete a big task, you will do far more than you would ordinarily be able to do.