Wake up the memories of your gifted and talented students and use them to create an autobiographical life map. This life map will help your students visualize their life journey (past, present, and future) and teach them the power of autobiographical thinking and metaphorical representation.
Fun, fast activities that can be used in every classroom! This personality test is a fun, silly activity perfect for a beginning of the year ice-breaker or when you end up with 5-10 minutes at the end of a lesson and need an activity to take up some time.
If you and your students enjoy this produc
Enjoy these cool-looking 10 8.5x11" posters of Mr. Browne's precepts. These will look great hanging around your classroom while reading the novel or to hang up periodically for discussion over their meanings.
NOVEL: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
This PowerPoint by Teaching in the Fast Lane was created to introduce and explain the Annexation of Texas by the United States. It begins with the Republic of Texas' struggles and ends with Annexation and the conditions that Texans joined the United States under.
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This interesting and colorful lesson includes an 18-slide powerpoint about some well-known geniuses and their quirks, along with a worksheet template for students to make notes.
Students are guaranteed to be engaged by the unique and funny stories about historical figures from their history, scie
Worksheets for a history lesson on the Salem Witch Trials. Includes a short piece of verse, a fact sheet, a 10 question short-answer worksheet, and a puzzle.
My worksheets make good homework assignments or handout work. I found them effective at the start of class. Have students read the poem al
This spoof on the Myers-Briggs Assessment is a great beginning of the year activity. Use as an ice-breaker with your classes or for a faculty meeting.
Presented as a PDF SlideShow, participants will use only pencil and paper to complete the assessment. The pig they draw serves as a “test” of th
Mental processing speed is very important.
Helping your student increase processing speed is worth the effort. Processing influences auditory comprehension, perceptual organization, planning and learning ability.
Following auditory directions, completing assignments, reading fluency, writing speed,
These are six fantastic activities that will help your students explore their career interests and learn more about different career paths. All of the questions are open-ended. All 6 are designed to complement each other.
My Interests is an activity is an initial activity designed to help kids und
**THIS VERSION contains 2 versions of PowerPoint SO YOU CAN MAKE CHANGES**
This form also has pictures and animations on every slide that the free version does not.
This PowerPoint contains a 13 question quiz that is used to identify individuals' main learning style: Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic,
This is the song that introduces Auggie's chapter of the novel -- Green Day's "Wake Me Up When September Ends." Learners will listen to the song, read and analyze the lyrics, then answer 6 questions to get them think deeper about the song and how it applies to Auggie's story.
(Psychology)Altered States of Consciousness Unit Bundled includes Consciousness PowerPoints with Video Clips and presenter notes, worksheets/activities, warmups, projects, video and video guide, multiple projects, sleep journal, review crossword, assessment and daily lesson plans.
This PowerPoint presentation explains what propaganda is and discusses 11 common persuasion techniques. For each persuasion technique, there is a definition, written examples, and a print advertisement used in today's commercial world. The persuasion techniques explained in the presentation are ba
How Am I Smart? Let Me Count the Ways.
This mini-book is a great beginning of the year activity. Each page can be printed, cut in half, and stapled together to make a booklet. The booklet includes:
9 intelligence survey cards
Tally Table and Chart cards
When finished, you and your st
This is the song that introduces Summer's section in the novel -- Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful." Learners will listen to the song, read and analyze the lyrics, then answer 6 questions to get them think deeper about the song and how it applies to Auggie's story.
This is a 6 week anger management group for elementary aged children, 1st through 5th grade. It addresses how anger impacts the body, various levels of anger, coping skills, how thoughts impact anger levels, and how family responds to anger. After these 6 sessions, children should become aware of
Themes of My Life. Includes over 240 prompts based on 50+ topics of your students' individual life values! Autobiography Notebook Journal for Language Arts, English, Creative Writing, Philosophy, Critical Thinking, Growth Mindset, Psychology, Social Studies, Sociology, Social Sciences, English, Lang
This project guides student in the exploration of a psychological disorder. The project lists 24 choices. They design a cover, research a brief description, with treatment. The highlight of the project is when students write a narrative of the disorder like they are actually struggling with the d
A 36"x24" inch sign for School Adjustment Counselors, School Guidance Counselors and School Psychologists to hang in their offices.
What You Say In Here Stays In Here
Someone Is Hurting You
You Want To Hurt Someone
You Want To Hurt Yourself
This pack of ten reproducible worksheets features high-quality nervous system diagrams designed specifically for high school Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Psychology students. These worksheets are ideal for quizzes, homework, review work, supplemental lesson material, or test preparation.
This worksheet is intended for students who struggle with social pragmatic skills. This worksheet includes a narrative description of the importance of thinking about what others are thinking (a skill often lacking in students with poor social skills). This worksheet and visual helps stud
Every student is unique. They look differently and have individual personalities. They also have a preferred style of learning and expressing their learning. Additional they have intelligence strengths and weaknesses. All these differences need to be respected, embraced, and accommodated in the
This is a two day activity, perfect for a thorough introduction to Manifest Destiny. Day 1 includes a PowerPoint presentation and a printable note catcher handout. This covers the good, the bad, and the ugly of Manifest Destiny. There is also an article from 2012 about a controversy surrounding a
This is the song that Auggie and his dad sing together all the time. It's Auggie's all-time favorite song. Learners will listen to the song, read and analyze the lyrics, then answer 6 questions to get them think deeper about the song and how it applies to Auggie's story.
Image bundle of different kids and teens. They were originally part of various sets I cancelled at the moment, mostly on the subject of poor social skills (but will revise in the future, with completely different images)
Includes transparent PNGS of both colored and black and white drawings.
This presentation contains a 27 slide PowerPoint lesson in editable PPT format with 3 handouts that accompany the lesson.
This lesson includes:
- A discussion about the difference between fear and phobias
- common fears and weather they are rational or not
- what is the biggest fear your students h
Things aren't always as they seem. Your students will love this fun and engaging power point. Featuring a variety of optical illusions, this power point can be used as a jumping off point for a number of different lessons. Whether for education, or just for fun, students of all ages will love this p
Exit Tickets are an instructional strategy that allows teachers to quickly and efficiently informally assess whether students have met the day’s learning objective.
This packet contains 100 questions that you can use throughout the year in your high school psychology class. Questions cover chapter
Middle School Geography, Government, and Psychology Bundle -- 31 Products! When I started teaching middle school Social Studies over 17 years ago I was given a text book that was outdated, at an advanced reading level, and did not provide any supplemental material. I found myself completely on my
Persuasive Appeals, Rhetorical Appeals are made fun with this packet! Students will climb the Bloom's Taxonomy ladder as they understand, remember, analyze, evaluate and create their own appeals. Help them learn ethos, pathos and logos with these activities.
I remember learning about persuasive app
Make learning about the brain more fun and more personal! This is a great student-centered activity for any class learning about the human brain. It consists of an easy and effective questionnaire that determines your brain-side preference plus a worksheet designed to encourage reflection and rein
I have two lessons on the Constitutional Convention. This one is designed more for students taking the Civics E.O.C. who are not tested on the Three-Fifths Compromise or Slave Trade. If you are looking for a lesson that does
Sleep: CNN Special with Dr. Sanjay Gupta Video Guide plus video web link discusses recent psychological research in sleep. Video explores the sleep cycle, reasons for sleep, sleep disorders, and dreams. This sleep video would be a perfect addition to your psychology consciousness
This video guide follows Morgon Spurlock on his 30 Days in Jail. The video is great and will keep any students attention. The guide will help them think critically about the film and lead the teacher into good discussions. The film can be bought on ITunes for 1.99 or watched free on 30 Days FX we
Eighteen thought provoking questions about Morgan Spurlock's 30 days episode where two people with differing points of view about guns live together for 30 days. The questions are great for pausing the video and having good classroom discussions. The video can be purchased on ITunes for $1.99 or w
Have students find out about their personality type. I use the personality test as an intro to my financial future project (posted separately). Students take 2 different tests and learn about themselves and the worksheet has students find out what jobs and majors fit their personality. Students
Values Activity. The purpose of this activity is for students to get a better idea what they believe compared to what others in class believe about the things we value in life such as power, money, fairness, honesty, etc. This values activity works great for character education, health, psycholog
Video guide chart that lets students write down evidence from the episode that can be used for discussion. In episode, it focuses on the difficulties people experience when living on minimum wage including housing, medical, transportation, food, entertainment, and raising a family.
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This student survey can be handed out on the first day of class in AP psychology or regular psychology to get to know your students a little better so that you can more accurately meet their needs. You may want to remind the students that the survey information will remain confidential so long as an
This curriculum was designed to help students who struggle with social pragmatics. The activities will help educators and speech-language pathologists explicitly teach students the non-verbal language areas that are crucial for them to fully understand others during conversations. With as much as 65
Psychology - Middle School - Mission to Mars. I absolutely love this activity! The purpose of this Mission to Mars activity is for students to take terms they've learned in an introductory Psychology class to choose 7 crew members out of a possible 12 to conduct a two-year journey to Mars and back
If you want a lesson about Jefferson that goes DEEP into his psyche, this is for you. This Presentation tackles a very tough issue. Thomas Jefferson was a man of paradox. His most obvious paradox, one that is not lost on students, is that he wrote those beautiful words in the Declaration of Indep
The Teacher's Guide for Disney's Frozen offers ideas for cross curricular integration for multiple grade levels from K-12. Pop Goes the Classroom Teacher's Guides are idea lesson plans for subs and a great opportunity to create extension activities parents can do at home.
This guide takes you step-by-step through the individual counseling process to help students effect positive, goal-based change in just 5 sessions! Finally, an individual counseling guide where each session is presented in a clear, chronological manner that directs the counselor each step of the wa
Show students the movie, The Blind Side, and have them assess Micahel Oher's situation according to Maslow. Included is the writing reflection and the notes page to be used while the students are watching the movie.
This powerpoint works for all ages and can easily be changed to fit different people. I use this as an ice-breaker and a first week assignment for my middle/high school students. While I do not recommend judging books (or people) by their covers, this is a fun exercise to show the students how mak
The following is an assignment/project in which Sociology students are instructed to re-write a Disney/Pixar movie by assigning a main character various acts of deviant behavior and then creating a "Case Study Character Analysis". I call it "Deviant Disney".
This project is both creative and imagina
Here is a worksheet of questions that can be filled out by students while watching the PBS video from the NOVA series, Memory Hackers. This episode is viewable for free online at PBS's website here: link, or on YouTube if PBS's webs