Growth Mindset Lesson: Challenging Non-Fiction/Informational Passage

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Explore the growth mindset with this lesson on a challenging non-fiction article. The resource includes questions for close reading, questions for discussing the process of reading a difficult text, an answer key, and a summative assessment.

In the article featured in this lesson, Malcolm Gladwell explores the relationship between a fixed mindset and the Enron scandal. Gladwell is a great choice for teaching literary non-fiction in your class. A staff writer for The New Yorker, he is also the author of The Tipping Point, Outliers, and Blink.

This lesson is appropriate for ELA classes as well as history, psychology, or social studies classes; it would make a great addition to an AP Language class.

Want to further explore growth mindset with your classes? Want challenging non-fiction passages, a research project, and challenging poems? Want ready-to-go handouts for all of those lessons? Want multiple options for assessment? Want to save money as well? Check out my Growth Mindset Unit Bundle.
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Growth Mindset Lesson: Challenging Non-Fiction/Information
Growth Mindset Lesson: Challenging Non-Fiction/Information
Growth Mindset Lesson: Challenging Non-Fiction/Information
Growth Mindset Lesson: Challenging Non-Fiction/Information