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UPDATED: THIS COLLECTION JUST GOT BIGGER AND BETTER WITH TWO NEW BUNDLES ADDED--STILL 36% OFF INDIVIDUAL PURCHASES.
A much larger and more comprehensive bundle is also available (as seen at National SENG 2018 and 2019) is also available. There is repetition between the two bundles. this particular bundle gives you the smaller option.
Serve the social-emotional needs of your gifted learners with this collection of lessons. Address topics such as individuality, giftedness, peer relationships, perfectionism, and empathy through best practices in gifted education connected to Common Core Standards and 21st Century Learning.
You get 143 pages of material guaranteed to cover more than 18 contact hours.
You save more than a 33% discount as compared to individual prices.
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Included in this collection are the following:
A Precious Gift--First Day GATE Activity . . . students create a 3D metaphor and open discussions on giftedness and identification, peer relationships, empathy, and perfectionism.
Understanding Giftedness Through Literature . . . includes full rights to a short story about a gifted girl. It's not only a social-emotional lessons about giftedness but a full literature lessons complete with loads of graphic organizers and activity sheets, vocabulary, etc.
My Flag - Metaphors, Graphic Art, and Public Speaking for 21st Century Learners . . . students express their individual beliefs through art and a public speaking opportunity right from the Common Core
Suitcases: An Immigrant's Journey . . . best practices in history through primary sources as students examine what they value most in life.
Anti-bullying Inventions . . . students think critically as they invent a device to deter, prevent, or stop bullying.
Saving the World . . . a rich series of lessons concerning the 8th Great Gripe of Gifted Kids (There are many problems in the world and we feel helpless to do anything about them.). Students read, write, analyze primary sources, and finish with a really cool "miracle medicine" product.