If you haven’t already heard, “Brain Games” is a popular TV show recorded by National Geographic that demonstrates how the brain processes information. Get ready for some laughter and some questions from your curious students!
Part 1, 2, and 3 from my store are included in this resource! Click "PREVIEW" to view an small excerpt of this activity.
--- 22 video clips from "Brain Games" by National Geographic
--- Graphic organizers that require students to find the main idea of each video clip as well as two supporting details. Other graphic organizers require students to fill out a KWL chart for the video clip topic and then find the main idea as well as two supporting details
--- A rubric for Brain Games Part 1-3 combined
--- Answer keys
Find Part 1, 2 and 3 (sold separately) in my store and read some reviews on these activities.
Example teacher review from Part 1 & 2 of Brain Games:
"I LOVE this resource because it is an easy way to introduce and practice main idea/supporting details without the labor of getting through a text. Students enjoy watching these clips and feel confident determining main idea and supporting details. I have used this with high schools students (9-12), but I think this will be a hit with my current 7th graders!"
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Kreative Kognition by Grace Kienitz