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Rhetorical Appeals - Media Literacy Activity Packet
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
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BUNDLE Build Social Skills with Executive Functioning Activities
This BUNDLE is designed for students who struggle with social skills and have difficulty using inner dialogue to monitor and handle social interactions. Activities included: 1. Self Talk: Helping students become problem solvers and independent thinkers 2. Let’s Get Metacognitive: Visuals and Discus
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PROPAGANDA POWERPOINT Great to Pair with Dystopian Literature!
This is a perfect introduction to propaganda. It can be a mini-lesson or paired with discussion of propaganda displayed in dystopian literature. Compelling information and brilliant, engaging graphics. With all the uproar over fake news it's important for students to be able to recognize the meth
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TED Talk Lesson (Why Gun Violence Can't Be Our New Normal)
This worksheet is intended to be used with the Dan Gross Ted Talk, "Why Gun Violence Can't Be Our New Normal. From TED: It doesn't matter whether you love or hate guns; it's obvious that the US would be a safer place if there weren't thousands of them sold every day without background checks. Dan
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Psychology: Emotional Intelligence/Good Samaritan Critical Thinking (TED Talk)
This printable handout/mini-lesson/critical thinking video analysis provides significant Psychology study all in one activity: a.) hyperlink / video location for the Goleman "Emotional Intelligence" TED talk (under 15 minutes for whole video) b.) connection for students to make (critical thinking!
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What is Culture?  Discussion, Activities and Project
I use this activity to start my foreign language classes but it would work well for Social Studies or even a psychology course. Students examine components of culture, both surface and deep and discuss what makes up a persons culture. Small group brainstorming sessions interspaced with large group
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Psychology Today Critical Thinking ~ Happiness Common Core Info. Text Analysis
This is a polished, newly updated 2013 PDF of a 5-page article originally published in the March 2006 edition of Psychology Today, followed by original, critical-thinking and text-based informational reading questions for students: you may use the questions to stimulate dialogue and further problem-
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RELATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: VISUALIZATION AND WRITING ACTIVITY
Use this Writing Activity in your classroom… *There is really no prep work required on your part for this activity! Seriously, you can bring this to class on day that you are “stuck” for something to do.* Activity usually takes 35 minutes. FUN! FUN! FUN! HAVE FUN! -10 Questions -Psychologists wo
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TED Talk Lesson (The 3 A's of Awesome)
This worksheet is intended to be used with Neil Pasricha's TED Talk, The 3 A's of Awesome. From TED: Neil Pasricha's blog 1000 Awesome Things savors life's simple pleasures, from free refills to clean sheets. In this heartfelt talk, he reveals the 3 secrets (all starting with A) to leading a life
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Grief -Helping Kids Deal with Grief-lesson plan and 3 activities
This lesson helps students to understand what grief is, how to deal with grief, and when to get professional help. Three Activities- 2 writing and one art activity. . Clip Art, Printables, No prep neededLearning outcomes:Learning what grief isUnderstanding what happens when someone we love diesRecog
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Teen Mental Health - NPR Close Listening Exercises (Workbook)
Use as a supplement in a "Mental Health" unit in a Health or Psychology course or incorporate into an English or Social Studies course as a close listening exercise. These lessons could also be assigned as extra credit work or used as emergency sub plans. These lessons could be used independently
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Sociology Levels of Culture
In teaching about culture, it is important that students understand the different levels of culture. They include culture patterns, culture complex, and culture traits. This activity shows an illustration of how culture could be divided as well as a table with the definitions and examples of each.
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Introducing Mindset Self-Assessment Activity
This Introducing Mindset Self-Assessment Activity contains individual, partner, and small group tasks designed to introduce students to Carol Dweck’s Mindset research. The individual self-assessment and informational text from mindsetonline.com help students evaluate their own mindset as growth or
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TED Talk Lesson (Your Body Language May Shape Who You Are) w Google Drive Option
This resource includes both printable worksheets and a Google Drive (paperless) option. This TED Talk lesson is intended to be used with Amy Cuddy's talk, Your Body Language May Shape Who You Are. This TED video and worksheet can be completed in one class period. (I often follow-up with a class di
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Psychology: Fight or Flight Response w/Critical Thinking PowerPoint
This is a 2013 MS PowerPoint slide presentation, which could easily be reproducible as handouts, on the fight or flight response. You may use thisin a Psych I or II unit on the physiological response of fight vs. flight, and include the final slide activity I have written and presented here, OR coun
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Psychology: Meditation and Hypnosis Activity
As students learn about altered states of consciousness, this lesson will allow them to experience what that really feels like. For many students this will be the closest they have ever come to true meditation. You will walk them through a systematic body scan relaxation activity, then read them the
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TED Talk Lesson (Why We All Need to Practice Emotional First Aid)
This TED Talk worksheet is intended to be used with "Why We all Need to Practice Emotional First Aid " by Guy Winch. This resource also includes a follow-up activity. This TED lesson and follow-up activity is appropriate for most high school-level Psychology, Social Studies, Health, or Life Skills
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Healthy Parenting Topics in the News (Close Listening Lessons)
Healthy Parenting Topics in the News Close Listening LessonsUse as a supplement in a Current Events, Health, Life Skills, English or Psychology course as a close listening exercise. These lessons could also be assigned as extra credit work or used as emergency sub plans.These lessons can be used ind
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Astrology Vs. Astronomy Experiment (Gag on Students!)
To show the difference between Astronomy (science) and Astrology (a belief system that the stars and planets are connected to our daily lives), here is a great demonstration that gets the students involved to see the difference firsthand. Procedure: 1. Tell students to take out a scrap piece of p
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AP "POP" PSYCHOLOGY QUIZ
Many students come into AP psychology thinking they already know a ton about psychology. Unfortunately, much of what they "know" comes from movies and television which perpetuate misconceptions. For example: "We only use 10% of our brains" This is false! This "quiz" introduces many topics discus
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Psychology: Defense Mechanisms & Avoiding Stress
Teach your psychology class about defense mechanisms with this content-rich, mini lesson. Sigmund Freud believed that in order to deal with conflict in life, an individual’s ego puts up various defense mechanisms to ward off undesired stress. So what are the various tactics that we as individuals

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Projective Personality Test
Sanchez's Teaching Emporium This is a fun projective personality test for a psychology classroom. This activity is best completed before students have read about types of personality test. The aim of a projective test is to delve into the unconscious mind. Students should be instructed that this is
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Psychology: Mood Disorders Station Rotation
It's like 5 lessons in 1! This resource includes 5 station rotation options for your students to work with surrounding the topic of Mood Disorders in abnormal psychology. Resource includes: *Overview Video: discussion questions *Nature vs. Nurture of Depression: Close Read and faceoff debate *Le
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Delay, trace, backward and simultaneous classical conditioning
(a) PowerPoint slides on delay, trace, backward and simultaneous classical conditioning. The PowerPoint contains (1) one slide explaining the four temporal arrangements between the CS and US, with notes. (2) a demonstration with and without classroom response systems (clickers), to make the concept
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