concentration moduled - Devin Miertschin EDP 310 4-6-09...

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Devin Miertschin EDP 310 4-6-09 Concentration Activities Activity #1: Students Who Concentrate Well It is important that you write your answers on a piece of paper or type them in the boxes and print this page. You need to have a paper copy of your responses before you close this window. Write five examples of how students who concentrate well might feel, think, and work toward successfully completing their coursework . Example 1: If you concentrate, you might feel very focused. Having concentrated and being real focused you feel on top of things and exhibit a low level of stress and a high level of self worth Example 2: While concentrating, one might think that they can succeed at anything as long as they can maintain a high level of concentration. Example 3: If you are concentrated, you will work very hard and stay focused no matter the task or the importance. Being concentrated will insure getting the job done. Activity #5: Distractions Write a list of five internal distractions and a list of five external distractions that you believe have affected you the most while you work. Five of my internal distractions that have affected me the most while doing coursework are: 1. being lazy 2. being hungry 3. being sleepy
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Devin Miertschin EDP 310 4-6-09 4. my personality, like of having fun and relaxing 5. Me not enjoying school (it is boring to me) Five of my external distractions that have affected me the most while doing coursework are: 1. Television and TiVo 2. My cell phone 3. Radio 4. My computers 5. My friends Activity #6, Part A: Study Environment Distractions Analysis First, list the three places where you study the most. Then answer the series of questions below the box for each of the three places that you listed. The Three Places Where I Study The Most: Study Area #1: One of the places I study is my room Study Area #2: Another place I study is in the library Study area # 3: I also study at friends houses 1) I relax and get sleepy when I study here: Study Area #1 Yes No Study Area #2 Yes No Study Area #3 Yes No 2) I start watching TV when I study here:
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EDP 310 4-6-09 Study Area #1 Yes No Study Area #2 Yes No Study Area #3 Yes No 3) I daydream a lot here: Study Area #1 Yes No Study Area #2 Yes No Study Area #3 Yes No 4) It is noisy here: Study Area #1 Yes No Study Area #2 Yes No Study Area #3 Yes No 5) My friends come by when I study here: Study Area #1 Yes No Study Area #2 Yes No Study Area #3 Yes No 6) The materials I need to study are often somewhere else: Study Area #1 Yes No Study Area #2 Yes No Study Area #3 Yes No 7) I hear other people talking here: Study Area #1 Yes No Study Area #2 Yes No
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2009 for the course EDP 310 taught by Professor Doherty during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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