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This product contains a variety of exercises to introduce the concept of bias to students. Starting with the definition of the terms bias, perspective, fact, and opinion, students then participate in a class exercise brainstorming facts and opinions before moving onto a Fact vs. Opinion Cut & Pa
NEWLY UPDATED! Google Drive Lesson AND Interactive PowerPoint are both included! interactive lesson (offered in both PowerPoint and Google Drive format) teaches students what perspective is and the different things that help form and influence the way we see things. It also builds respect for alter
Make geography fun and interactive to motivate your students. Encourage teamwork, creativity, reflection, and decision making. Take an active approach to teaching while inspiring your students to make their own explorations of geography. This fun activity generates excitement in students as they lea
NEWLY UPDATED! Google Drive Lesson AND Interactive PowerPoint are both included!This interactive lesson (offered in both PowerPoint and Google Drive format) teaches students what perspective is and the different things that help form and influence the way we see things. It also builds a respect for
Penny the Perspective Detective features Penny and her friends as they navigate various social situations. This material includes 24 different social scenarios that help children identify how others feel and potential solutions to those feelings.The pages of this material are broken into half-sheets
Pete the Perspective Detective features Pete and his friends as they navigate various social situations. This material includes 24 different social scenarios that help children identify how others feel and potential solutions to those feelings.The pages of this material are broken into half-sheets w
This bundle includes Pete the Perspective Detective and Penny the Perspective Detective. These are two engaging materials that allow children to practice identifying the perspectives of others. Clinicians may choose to use either Pete or Penny in individual, small, or large group settings.When combi
NEWLY UPDATED! Google Drive Lesson AND Interactive PowerPoint are both included!This interactive lesson (offered in both PowerPoint and Google Drive format) teaches students what perspective is and the different things that help form and influence the way we see things. It also builds a respect for
No print and printable lesson for social skills and speech therapy instruction targeting body language, non-verbal cues, facial expression, emotions, perspective-taking, and understanding social situations. This is designed to help students begin to improve the ability to read non-verbal social cues
** UPDATED 11-12-13 ** 20 additional pages added (same problems WITH bar model pictures included for those just starting to teach the bar model method for problem solving). Also added 15 pages of task cards. Download the new preview for a closer look. If you are looking for an ever greater challeng
Some children struggle to understand and engage in appropriate social behavior. They benefit from explicit teaching to better understand what things we should or should not, do or say.This packet includes 3 fun and interactive perspective taking activities that teach children to consider how their
No print and printable lesson works on social skills instruction, social-emotional learning, and speech therapy for improving student’s ability to use what they see to understand social situations by reading body language, feelings, non-verbal cues, and understanding social situations. Improved pers
Social skills instruction no print pdfs that can be used digitally and to print to work on thinking with your eyes, using non-verbal cues, and understanding social situations in speech therapy and social skills groups. Students will improve their understanding of social situations, think about thi
This perspective-taking theory of mind digital escape room includes 6 different social skills activities to learn about: examining body language and facial expression to figure out what someone else might be feeling, identifying examples of positive and poor perspective-taking skills, identifying wh
No print, digital, and printable bundle works social skills and social-emotional learning for thinking about thinking. Students in speech therapy and social skills groups will work on building a better understanding of social situations by using social cues from facial expressions, body language, em
A bundle of no print, digital, and/or printable lessons are designed for social skills and social-emotional learning instruction for thinking about thinking, perspective-taking and improving student’s ability to use what they see in body language and facial expressions to understand social situation
Social skills and social-emotional learning instruction for improving student’s ability to use what they see to understand social situations and to begin to improve the ability read social cues and situations for the holidays. This lesson is for speech therapy, social skills groups, and large group
No print and printable social skills and social-emotional learning instruction for improving non-verbal social cues, understanding facial expression and body language, thinking about thinking and perspective-taking. This digital product can be printed or used on a device with editable text boxes.Thi
Differentiated for low, middle, and high ability groups. Students play roles as detectives examining two different sides of the same story. Print the files back to back and fold to create two individual stories.
This activity shows students the difficulties of interpreting history. It investigates the role of bias, memory, and perspective in the ways that history is recorded and remembered. Students each take a different person's role in a cafeteria food fight. Then, they complete a socratic seminar to inve
Targets Problem Solving, Perspective Taking, and Convesration Starters. 1) Problem Solving Level 1 *K-3 - Print, cut, and laminate all cards. - Each card contains a social situation. Have your students read each card and discuss possible solutions. If answered correctly, students can keep their ca
Grades:
K - 5th
Name:_____________ Histories Detective: Mesopotamia Museum Exhibit Due Date ________ Mission: Create a museum exhibit focusing on the region of ancient Mesopotamia that answers the question: How does human need, interest and curiosity drive human invention? The museum must have
The four readings, ten worksheets, and two activities will give history students the essential tools needed to analyze the trustworthiness of primary and secondary sources. Topics Included - Primary Sources, Secondary Sources, Audience, Multiple Perspectives, Context, Bias, Loaded Language, Generali
Would you rather be a pilot or a detective. Teaching students to compare and contrast, forming opinions and developing perspectives.
Grades:
4th - 5th

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