Reflection #2

Reflection#2 - Reading Reflection#2 Elliot Waniek It is fair to say that on occasion I may break my daily habit of waking up at 9:15am in order to

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Reading Reflection #2 Elliot Waniek It is fair to say that on occasion I may break my daily habit of waking up at 9:15am in order to get ready for my classes of the day. However, there are many factors that might cause me to break this habit depending on what I did the night before and what events I have planned for the next day. For example, on a Monday night I would typically be studying until I go to bed around 12:00pm knowing that on Tuesday I must have a cleared head and enough sleep from the previous night before in order to properly be mentally functional to learn and study the information that I learn in class on Tuesday. However, on a Friday night I almost always break my regular routine of studying and going to bed at a decent hour because I know that there is no school the next day. On such days I may go out partying with my friends on Isla Vista not to return to the dorms until much later in the night, or early morning, and sleeping in through much of the next day in my pajamas knowing that I have no obligations. Through critical thinking I
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course ED 20 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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Reflection#2 - Reading Reflection#2 Elliot Waniek It is fair to say that on occasion I may break my daily habit of waking up at 9:15am in order to

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