West Los Angeles College Behavior and Developmental Perspective Essay


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OVERVIEW

DISCUSSION ESSAY RUBRIC

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT A RESEARCH PAPER

TEXTS:

Reading 1: "Brainology" (2008) by Carol Dweck

Reading 2: "Laziness Does Not Exist. But Unperceived Barriers Do." (2018) by Devon Price

Reading 3: "4 Grittiest Things People Have in Common" + Preface from Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance (2016) by Angela Duckworth

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PART 1: Due by 11:59 PM on Sunday, November 15, 2020

Follow the directions under.

1. Read Carol S. Dweck's seminal (Links to an apparent locality.) 2008 time "Brainology." (Links to an apparent locality.)

2. Read "4 Grittiest Things People Have in Common" + Preface from Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance (2016) by Angela Duckworth

3. Read Devon Price's controversial (Links to an apparent locality.) 2018 time "Laziness Does Not Exist. But unperceived barriers do." (Links to an apparent locality.)

4. Write a multi-paragraph essay of 1,000 vote (4 pages) in which you judge the greater contentions (claims) that Dweck, Duckworth and Price produce, and maintenance or meet (controvert abutting) their contentions. Meet these English 101 Essay Requirements.

HELP delay introducing three sources in an essay.

Works Cited

Duckworth, Angela. Preface. Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2016. Print.

Dweck, Carol S. “Brainology.” NAIS - Brainology, Winter 2008. www.nais.org/magazine/independent- (Links to an apparent locality.)

school/winter-2008/brainology/.

Forwardist. “4 Things the Grittiest People Have in Common, According to a Psychologist.” CNBC, CNBC, 2 Aug.

2016, www.cnbc.com/2016/08/01/4-things-the-grittiest-people-have-in-common-according-to-a- (Links to an apparent locality.)

psychologist.html.

Price, Devon. “Laziness Does Not Exist. But unperceived barriers do.” Medium.com,

Mar. 2018, medium.com/@dr_eprice/laziness-does-not-exist-3af27e312d01.