March 20 (English Express)

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March 20 (English Express)

  1. 1. A. He is much too cute to be evil. B. He is much too cute to be evil. C. He is much too cute to be evil. D. He is much too cute to be evil. E. He is much too cute to be evil. Jake
  2. 2. Brenna Colin
  3. 3.  What is Duhigg’s point in this chapter?  Is Brian Thomas responsible for his actions?  Is Angie Bachmann responsible for her actions? Do the casinos deserve any of the blame? Does anyone else deserve any of the blame?  When does a person become responsible for changing a habit?
  4. 4. How do you feel about legalizing drugs? A. We should make all drugs illegal (including those that are legal now like alcohol). B. We should keep the drugs that are illegal now illegal. C. We should only legalize marijuana. D. We should legalize marijuana and a few other drugs. E. We should legalize all drugs.
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  6. 6. We will look at two chapters from this book:  Chapter 7 “Rat Park: The Radical Addiction Experiment”  Chapter 4 “In the Unlikely Event of a Water Landing: Darley and Latane’s Training Manual—A Five-Stage Approach”
  7. 7.  Read passage on page 156  What were the original drug addiction studies like?  What did Bruce Alexander, Robert Coambs, and Patricia Hadaway hypothesize in 1981?  What do you think?
  8. 8.  Lauren Slater—author, looking at different experiments in the book, mixed with her own story  Bruce Alexander—psychologist who conducted the “Rat Park” experiment  Herb Kleber—Yale graduate and former assistant drug czar, disagrees with Alexander  Emma Lowry—addicted to pain pills but highly functioning, trying to quit
  9. 9. A. Chapter 9 habit responsibility discussion B. Legalizing drugs discussion C. Drug addiction discussion D. Reading “Rat Park” beginning as class E. “Rat Park” breakdown
  10. 10. A. Chapter 9 habit responsibility discussion B. Legalizing drugs discussion C. Drug addiction discussion D. Reading “Rat Park” beginning as class E. “Rat Park” breakdown
  11. 11.  Read and annotate “Rat Park” (handout)  Annotate at least one thing per page  Write a summary of the chapter and submit it to Moodle by Tuesday, March 25 at 7:30 a.m.  Be prepared for a reading quiz  Work on Essay #3 (prepare your second draft to take to the Writing Mentors, Margeaux, or the LRC)  Post to the blog by Thursday at 11:55 p.m.; respond to at least two students by Sunday at 11:55 p.m.

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