can sometimes surprise me. I have a student, Stan, who is a self-admitted lazy person. This kid is SMART. Like what-are-you-doing-in-my-class-instead-of-advanced-English smart. He writes well, reads well, thinks abstractly, and does most of the work. But he is lazy. He often turns in work that minimally meets the requirements, represents superficial thinking, or is illegible. […]

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