Cognitive biases are important elements of psychology and life. The goal of this resource is to help students to know the difference between them and being able to identify examples. You can easily differentiate this resource to meet your needs; it includes three different vocabulary activities (doodle notes, foldable, and frayer model) as well as direct instruction PowerPoint with examples and visuals. It also includes directions for an optional card sort/gallery walk activity where students group or web the terms together in order to show their understanding of the relationships between and among the types of biases. All lessons include essential questions, learning targets, agenda, directions, exit tickets or formative assessment options, and easy-to-print resources.
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