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Classical Conditioning - Psychology. Yes, a student will be Pavlov's Dog. This is a fun way for students to learn the steps involved in Classical Conditioning. I have used this activity for over a decade and it never fails. The terms stimulus, response, neutral stimulus, unconditioned stimulus, unconditioned response, conditioned stimulus, and conditioned response are all incorporated in the lesson. There is a pre-teaching activity that involves using a student as Pavlov's dog and the script that I say during the activity as well as dog ear and nose props for you classroom "Pavlov's Dog." The next step is a PowerPoint I use to teach the basic concepts with a practice scenario included. Finally it is time for the students to show their understanding by identifying the terms of Classical Conditioning and coming up with a scenario of that incorporates all aspects of Classical Conditioning as well. I remember when I first learned about Classical Conditioning I was confused as to what parts of the scenario went with which term which is why I made this activity, PowerPoint, and worksheet to try and take the confusion out of the equation. I hope you and your students enjoy the lesson!
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