Doll Test Experiment
High Order Thinking Analytical Questions
Grades 7-12—35+ Pages!
Explore the controversial social experiment: “The Doll Test” with quick and simple lesson. Students will watch two videos (links provided) that show a medley of News Reports about the Doll Test Social Experiment. Students will answer high order thinking questions that analyze and interpret the experiment. Students will make judgments and criticisms about the experiment and interpret the influence of media on young children.
Works well for bulletin board display and as a supplementary support for any text, film, or unit on Civil, Rights, Human Rights, Discrimination, and Racism.
< 1 Outcomes & Task Page
< 1 Page of Bulletin Board Display
< 1 Task Display Poster
< 1 Pre-Planning Question Graphic Organizer with 9 Questions
< 6 Question Response Templates
< 3 Fully Editable Response Templates
< 20 Vocabulary Word Strips
< 1 Set of Editable Vocabulary Word Strips
< 1 Vocabulary Analysis Template
< 1 Vocabulary Graphic Organizer
< 2 Pages of Quote Cut-Outs
< 10 Circle Questions (from the Experiment) for Display
< 1 Set of Editable Circle Templates
< 1 Set of Baby Doll Cut-Outs (1 Black; 1 White)
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