February 27 (English Express)

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February 27 (English Express)

  1. 1. Which of the following people did not speak until age four, did not read until age seven, and was expelled from school? A. Bill Gates B. Steve Jobs C. Albert Einstein D. Thomas Edison E. William Shakespeare
  2. 2. Write the three elements of the habit loop. Down below write the one word that drives the habit loop (Duhigg puts this at the center of the habit loop).
  3. 3.   Think of a habit you have that involves a product (something you use often, eat often, or drink often) Think about how that product has become a habit loop for you:     What is your cue? What is your routine? What is your reward? Draw your habit loop!
  4. 4.   How does craving play a role in your habit loop? Draw the craving in the middle of your loop   See page 58 for an example Explain our pictures
  5. 5.  Evidence:     “Cravings are what drive habits” (Duhigg 59). Explanation Statement Create a paragraph and submit it to Moodle
  6. 6. A. B. C. D. E. Essay #2 prompt and rubric Drawing a habit loop Drawing craving into a habit loop Explaining a habit loop Putting a habit loop into a SEE paragraph
  7. 7. A. B. C. D. E. Essay #2 prompt and rubric Drawing a habit loop Drawing craving into a habit loop Explaining a habit loop Putting a habit loop into a SEE paragraph
  8. 8.      Read The Power of Habit chapter 3 Write a summary of the chapter (due to Moodle at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday) Essay #1 due on Sunday, March 2, 2014, at 11:55 p.m. to Turnitin Bring your two rough drafts and your LRC sheet on Tuesday Participate in the weekly discussion (post due Thursday and replies due Sunday)

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