Human v Zombie Brains: A Comparison Activity

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Human v Zombie Brains: A Comparison Activity
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This FREEBIE can be used with the resource ‘Mindset & Intelligence’ from my store, as a standalone activity to generate discussion or as a way in to discussing learning and intelligence.

It is a simple activity where students sort statements relating to brains into a Venn diagram. The aim is to get students thinking about what their brains are capable of and to increase their awareness of their capabilities. In not using the full potential of their brain, they are not maximizing their learning opportunities, so this resource makes clear what they can do to really use their grey matter.

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Human v Zombie Brains: A Comparison Activity
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