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Your upper-grade speech therapy students will practice understanding other people's and their own personalities in this Every Goal unit about introverts, extroverts, and ambiverts. Included materials: Informational Article (Introverts, Extroverts, & Ambiverts) and worksheets that correspond to the article for the following targets: main idea, details, sequencing, critical reasoning, narrative, pragmatics, grammar, vocabulary, vocabulary post test. NEW! UNITS OPTIMIZED FOR DISTANCE/DIGITAL LE
I hope you will enjoy this 52 page package full of a variety of engaging activities. My first and foremost objective as an educator, when reading a class read aloud, or sharing novels for group study is to encourage a love of reading. I aim to make the pages of the stories come alive, and to provoke thoughtful and meaningful discussion. For this reason, you will not find chapter by chapter questions and answers that can at times make reading seem like a chore. I do however include activities tha
In this product, students will learn about introverts and extroverts. There is a 7 slide PowerPoint presentation that guides the entire lesson. There are 2 video links (see slide notes) as well as a Kahoot! I made this Kahoot! to engage students at the start of the lesson and debunk some myths. Students will take a survey and score their answers. Students really enjoy surveys and discussing their preferences with others. This is a no-prep engaging lesson (except for printing off survey and a
This lesson is based on an infographic about the characteristics of introverts and extroverts and how these factors effect the kinds of work they choose to do.In the lesson students will explore their views of what makes someone an introvert or extrovert. They will study an infographic which links the characteristics of each to different types of jobs and reflect on how the information applies to their own lives.See example materialsThe plan includes a number of research tasks that develop stude
What does it mean to be introverted? What does it mean to be extroverted?
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GOOD PUPPY Time Blocks introduce a solid structure children can count on. Empathetic images communicate with children directly, before they can read. Build the day with a colorful line up of the child’s daily routine. Structure alleviates anxieties and allows children to concentrate on one activity at a time. Start by building the following day so that children can go to bed knowing what to expect when they wake up. As children get used to their Time Blocks, more days can be planned in advance.
GOOD PUPPY Time Blocks Mini introduce a solid structure children can count on. Empathetic images communicate with children directly, before they can read. Build the day with a colorful line up of the child’s daily routine. Structure alleviates anxieties and allows children to concentrate on one activity at a time. Start by building the following day so that children can go to bed knowing what to expect when they wake up. As children get used to their Time Blocks, more days can be planned in adva
Ready to take your discipline management strategies to the next level? Great for back to school, this is a complete system that supports effective discipline management from a multitude of strategies and, together, they'll help you lead your students to the ultimate goal of positive, respectful, self-reflective behavior. This growing bundle (300+ pages) contains resources that promote student self-awareness, self-discipline, accountability, and a stable, nurturing learning environment. Below are
Brain-Based Life Hacks is made for Tweens and Teens. This book teaches kids 10 Secret Strategies to live a happy, meaningful, balanced and productive life! Throughout the book, kids learn how to apply the 4 Happiness Chemicals: Oxytocin, Serotonin, Dopamine and Endorphins to various situations in their lives (friendships, peer pressure, conflict resolution, kindness, self-compassion, taking risks, goal-setting and more!)-The function of neurons & neurotransmitters-Understand how to activate
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5th - 12th, Higher Education
This bundle will engage your students in learning about the human brain and memory. Both of these resources include reading passages, scaffolded graphic organizers, and hands on activities! Zero prep!What’s Included in the Human Brain resource?Students will review their knowledge of the brain, parts of the brain and their function, where they are located, and participate in several brain activities. All passages come with two graphic organizers, scaffolded already to allow you to differentiate a
· UNIT OVERVIEWHealth: Unit I,  Personal Health and Wellness The students will learn the importance and inter-relatedness of mental, emotional, social and physical health.  They will be able to identify the differences between what is a healthy lifestyle and what is not.  Students will learn skills to set goals, make decisions, advocate for themselves in regards to personal health and wellness. · LONG-TERM LEARNING TARGETS1.1   I can identify ways in my life that physical, mental/emotional, and
Find Someone Who... Topic: Personality. This classic ESL activity is great to get your students walking around the room talking with their classmates. This is a great ESL speaking activity for middle school, high school and adult students.Find Someone Who...1) is an extrovert.2) is an introvert.7) avoids conflict.13) is a helpful and supportive person....and more! There are 14 questions total.This is a no-prep, ready to go, printable PDF resource!I created these questions. Thank you for supporti
Resilience and Growing Up - PSHE 2020 Lesson (1-2 Hours) . Editable 24 slide PowerPoint Lesson, Lesson Assessment, Student Resources, Signposting to extra support services. Bonus Mindfulness Activity and much more.✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰Learning objectivesTo recognise the qualities needed for resilienceUnderstand the impact bullying, anger, body image and self esteem can have on teenagersBe able to turn everyday problems into possible opportunitiesSome Key Terms Covered, Bod
This mini-unit will help you and your students to discuss your personalities. The download includes:- Instructions for the teacher- A list of personality trait words with a few short tasks and discussion questions- A personality quiz: "Are You an Introvert or an Extrovert?"- An adapted article: "Does Your Personality Change Depending on the Language You Speak?" with questions- A reading: "What Does Your Favorite Color Say About You?"These materials are intended for intermediate-level English lan
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
GOOD PUPPY’s adaptation of Carl Jung’s twelve archetypes of ego, self and soul, help children, parents and teachers find themselves within the spectrum of personalities. Although most people will identify with more than one archetype, they will find that most of the archetypes they identify with are either on the left, the extroverts’ side, or on the right, the introverts’ side, identifying them with that personality. While many people are aware of their own personality type, maybe even of their
Tried and tested, works well for individual, smaller or bigger groups. Zoom friendly. Listening Task-Based Power Point Presentation including audio. Topic: Employment & Personalities. This is suitable for ESL students who are at an Intermediate-Advanced level. Lead-In Introvert/Extrovert DQ, First task: Warm-Up discussion, Second task: Pre-vocabulary matching + Pronunciation drill with Audio, Third task: Listening skimming question, Fourth task: Listening multiple choice Fifth task: Free pra
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A comprehension resource ('Are you an introvert or an extrovert?' article) and accompanying worksheet which discusses the relationship between extroverts, introverts and their differing ability in remembering faces. The contents is sufficient to cover one lesson (around 60 minutes) - with room for discussions and grouping etc - and has the following learning objectives: Reading comprehension for 9th and 10th Grade levels; sets the scene for further lessons (critical thinking extension possible).
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8th - 10th
THE POWER OF NOHave kids take the introvert/extrovert quiz and discuss the ways in which they can get energy from people or have their energy drained from people. Talk to kids about times when they have wanted to say "no" to others but found that it was difficult for themto do so. Discuss how saying no to others means saying yes to oneself.HOW DO YOU WANT TO SPEND YOUR TIME?Encourage kids to think about how they want to spend their time. The more they know about themselves and what they like or
Kids will love this daily dose of creativity and teachers - you’ll love all the ways you use these pages! Designed for the classroom teacher, this product serves as a valuable resource in enhancing your curriculum, while providing students a creative outlet, and presenting you with a unique and insightful tool for assessment. As an elementary school art teacher for over 20 years, I can attest to the significance of adding student artwork to your arsenal of assessment. It truly can highlight i
Kids will love this daily dose of creativity and teachers - you’ll love all the ways you use these pages! Designed for the classroom teacher, this product serves as a valuable resource in enhancing your curriculum, while providing students a creative outlet, and presenting you with a unique and insightful tool for assessment. As an elementary school art teacher for over 20 years, I can attest to the significance of adding student artwork to your arsenal of assessment. It truly can highlight i
Right or Left Brain Dominant Quiz, Learning Style Inventory, and Introvert vs. Extrovert QuizThese three quizzes will help students learn more about themselves, their learning style and their preferences. Each of three quizzes comes with summary pages that describe characteristics of their results. Left or Right Brained Dominant Color by Number Brain Students will answer 27 questions in which they will decide which answer describes them best. After answering the questions, the students will use
"How to Not Be Shy" explains the difference between introverts and extroverts, why shyness happens, and steps to overcome shyness. It includes four journal writing prompts embedded in the document. Zero prep. Just print it out, read it with your students, and have them start writing.
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Your kids will love this daily dose of creativity and teachers~councelors~parents - you’ll love all the ways you use these pages! Designed initially for classroom use - this product line serves to enhance curriculum, offer a unique assessment tool and provide students with an opportunity to stretch their imaginations - learn, reinforce and enjoy artistic vocabulary and practices. Whether you teach during the summer months, run a summer camp, homeschool or simply like keeping your kids artfull
A ten-word vocabulary lesson focused on different kinds of people (nouns): Extrovert Guru Hypocrite Introvert Narcissist Pariah Raconteur Renegade Virtuoso Zealot The handout includes two pages with a list of the words, their definitions, forms and/or synonyms, pronunciation, part of speech, and space to write an example sentence. There is a page of matching/fill-in-the-blank/short answer for each word, followed by a story in which students must fill in the blank. NOTE: My original version o
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8th - 12th

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