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English 0999 reflections, fall 2020

Reflection 6: Watch Professor Chew's "How to Get the Most Out of Studying, Part 5: I Blew the Exam, Now What?" then write a paragraph or two of 200-300 in response: say what you find significant in what Dr. Chew says, particularly as it applies to you. Submit the completed assignment to the Reflection 6 dropbox in D2L.

Reflection 5: Watch Professor Chew's "How to Get the Most Out of Studying, Part 4: Putting Principles for Learning into Practice ," then write a paragraph or two of 200-300 in response: say what you find significant in what Dr. Chew says, particularly as it applies to you. Submit the completed assignment to the Reflection 5 dropbox in D2L.

Reflection 4: Watch Professor Chew's "How to Get the Most Out of Studying, Part 3: Cognitive Principles for Optimizing Learning ," then write a paragraph or two of 200-300 in response: say what you find significant in what Dr. Chew says, particularly as it applies to you. Submit the completed assignment to the Reflection 4 dropbox in D2L.

Reflection 3: Same as last time: watch Professor Chew's video "How to Get the Most Out of Studying, Part 2: What Students Should Know about How People Learn," then write a paragraph or two of 200-300 in response: say what you find significant in what Dr. Chew says, particularly as it applies to you. Submit the completed assignment to the Reflection 3 dropbox in D2L.

Reflection 2: Watch Professor Chew's video "How to Get the Most Out of Studying, Part I: Beliefs that Make You Fail . . . or Succeed," then write a paragraph or two of 200-300 in response: say what you find significant in what Dr. Chew says, particularly as it applies to you. Submit the completed assignment to the Reflection 2 dropbox in D2L.

Reflection 1: Write a paragraph of 100-300 words on why you are in college, or what you hope to get from college. Begin the paragraph with a literal question that the rest of the paragraph answers. Submit the completed assignment to the Reflection 1 dropbox in D2L.