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        The Lowdown | The Hidden Benefits of Procrastination Lesson Plan

        Procrastination is often looked at negatively -- as a bad habit. However, new research suggests that some people need to procrastinate in order to get things done. Distractions provide the mind a break during which we can creatively think through problems. Some psychologists even believe that some people do their best work when they procrastinate. In this Lowdown lesson, students will determine if they are task-driven or deadline-driven. They will create a plan for completing assignments based on this determination.

        The Lowdown | The Hidden Benefits of Procrastination Lesson Plan

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