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Drive Ch. 4 Annotation Pop-
While I am grading the vocabulary
homework, you may look over Ch. 4 and
see if you can find the answers to the
questions that will be asked using your
What does ROWE stand for?
a. Remember only what’s excellent
b. Results only work environment
c. Read only when exiting
What does ROWE mean?
a. ROWE means that employees need to be
watched carefully in order to make sure
they complete their work.
b. ROWE means that employees are
allowed to work on their own terms without
having to worry about being on time or
putting in 40 hours per week.
Was the term “management”
handed to us from God?”
According to the author, what
is management’s goal?
a. Compliance, control, extrinsic motivators
b. Happy, hard working employees
Since birth, how are human
a. To be passive and inert
b. To be active and engaged
In this chapter, what does STD
a. Sexually transmitted disease
b. Self-determination theory
c. Same day turnaround
What does autonomy mean
a. Autonomy is the rugged, go-it-alone
individualism of the American cowboy; rely-
on-nobody individualism of the American
b. Autonomy means acting with choice
which means we can be both autonomous
and happily interdependent with others.
Reading Strategy: SQ3R
Survey: Preview the material.
Become familiar with the overall content
and organization of the material.
Read the title, subtitle, subheadings, first
and last paragraphs, pictures, charts, and
graphics. Note words in italics and bold.
Take a moment to glance over the reading
(just look at the items above, do not try to
Question – Ask questions before you
What do you want to know?
Turn headings and subheadings into
questions and/or read questions if
Read the paragraphs in small
This may be one or two paragraphs at a
time or the material under each
Answer the questions you created.
Say the answer to each
Stop after each section and try to
remember the answer to your question.
Look over the reading selection
Look over the notes you have written.
Review what you learned and write a
summary in your own words.