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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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Subcultures and Countercultures
This assignment was geared toward a Sociology class, but can be used in any social studies/history classroom or used for a study about culture. This is a group project where students need to research, create, and perform a skit on a subculture and a counterculture.
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Sample: "Discuss ethical considerations related to research at the cog. level."
This argumentative essay is based on the IB Psychology Paper 1 essay prompt "Discuss ethical considerations related to research studies at the cognitive level." It purposefully uses research not found in most curricula as the idea is stimulate discussions on the specific ethical issues raised in the
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The Hearing
Join Maniya, an 8th grade student, as she explains how and why she now attends the Alternative School, "The Hearing" can be used as a monologue piece for an audition. It can also accompany other monologues from "All Things Drama" for an evening of Theatre which showcases the talents of students.
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