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Id, Ego, and Superego Student Skits
After explaining Freud's idea of the id, ego, and superego, students create skits to demonstrate these psychological phenomena. They are put into groups of three and given one of the scenarios in the document, which usually involve a person facing a moral dilemma of some sort. One student is assig
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This is Your Brain on Figurative Language: Brain-Science of Metaphors & Similes
Do you know what a simile is? A metaphor? If you do, you can probably give me a hand with these definitions: • A simile is a comparison that uses “like” or “as.” • A metaphor is a comparison that does NOT use “like” or “as.” Now that we’re all on the same page, I have to offer a confession: I taug
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Pkg#1- Language Arts Monologues and Inter-Active Scripts
"Effective Communication" training with monologues and fun dialogue Professional studio scripts originally written by a teacher/educator for PPA Studios. These scripts were developed to aid actors in training for major film and television studios. Scripts were developed to strengthen various aspe
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Creating a Monologue: Parents Model Behavior for Children
This is a cross-curricular assignment using this article from Psych Central: In it, students must put themselves in the shoes of a parent and a child observing that parent to develop a short m
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