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Murraine 1 Marcia Murraine Professor Garcia AAA1091N3 1 July 2018 Do One Thing Differently This Week My Commitment for ____24. Read aloud. ____: Day 1 ✓D ay 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Evaluate and reflect on the resulting impact of your 7-day experiment: (Turn these three writing prompts in to one or two paragraphs). 1. During my seven-day experiment, what happened? During my seven-day experiment, I noticed that I tend to skip over words when I type. Often I would type faster then what I was thinking. Which resulted in a couple of confusing sentences. I realized that I leave words out in emails and even in my text messages. Also, during the experiment, I noticed that sometimes I would type the same word twice. Because of the seven-day experiment a lot of simple mistakes were brought to my attention and theses mistakes can easily be fixed by just reading your work aloud. 2. As a result of what happened, what did I learn or re-learn?
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