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  • 1. Try something newfor 30 days
  • 2. Source citation“Try something new for 30 days” from TED.com・Date/ Filmed: March 2011 Posted: July 2011・Speaker/ Matt Cutts・URL/http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/en/matt_cutts_try_something_new_for_30_days.html
  • 3. Keywordsrut / try / new / 30-dayschallenge / simple / addmemorable / harderconfidence / changesustainable / stick
  • 4. Comprehension QuestionWhat did grow asthe speaker started30-days challenge?
  • 5. ExperienceHave you ever beencrazy about doingsomething new?
  • 6. KnowledgeDo you know anyonewho try new thingsfrequently?
  • 7. OpinionDo you think 30 daysare enough to dosomething new?
  • 8. Matt Cutts felt like he was stuck in arut. →He decided to try something new for 30 days.What he realized・30 days is just about the rightamount of time to add new habit.
  • 9. What he learned through 30-days challenges・Instead of the months fly by and be forgotten,the time was memorable.・As he started to do more and harder 30-dayschallenges, his self confidence grew.・You can do anything for 30 days if you really want something badly enough.・when he made small and sustainable changes and things he could keep doing, they were more likely to stick.
  • 10. My opinion•Time flies•Try•Eager to do something•Keep doing