|Lesson 13. Motivation and Performance|
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Assignment 13 -1 Getting Started
Assignment 13 -2 Reading and Researching
Step 1: Study the detailed lesson outline.
Step 2: Check your understanding of the terminology for this assignment.
Assignment 13 -3 Reading and Researching
Step 1: Study the PowerPoint presentation for Motivation and Performance
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Step 2: Use these Flashcards to drive home the meaning of the terms introduced in this lesson.
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Assignment 13 -4 Testing Your Understanding
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