creepy - is it all in your head? - ESL adult and kid conversation

creepy - is it all in your head?  - ESL adult and kid conversation
creepy - is it all in your head?  - ESL adult and kid conversation
creepy - is it all in your head?  - ESL adult and kid conversation
creepy - is it all in your head?  - ESL adult and kid conversation
creepy - is it all in your head?  - ESL adult and kid conversation
creepy - is it all in your head?  - ESL adult and kid conversation
creepy - is it all in your head?  - ESL adult and kid conversation
creepy - is it all in your head?  - ESL adult and kid conversation
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This presentation contains a 44 slide PowerPoint lesson in an editable PPT format with Teacher’s notes that accompany the lesson.
“the creeps” is a feeling we usually associate with Halloween, or with watching a horror film. Children use it instinctively in their description of things that they’re unfamiliar with or that bother them. We recognize it immediately when it’s explained to us, yet it difficult to define.
“Creepy” has been researched by a professor from oxford university and his team and followed up by others. It turns out it’s a fascinating, cross cultural phenomenon that has both physical and psychological effect.
In this lesson we slowly unravel and discuss this interesting and misunderstood emotion.
This lesson includes:
- A discussion about the difference between “creepy” and “scary”
- Which famous writer invented the English term “the creeps”
- We Look at how the English language reflects “creepy”
- Why do we experience “the creeps”?
- We talk about creepy hobbies and professions and what makes them so and then we look at what the research shows
- We learn about “The high place phenomena” and the “Uncanny valley”
- We try to define “creepy people”, and find out how thousands of people (in the survey) all agree with us about the definition.
- We talk about the problem of labelling people as creepy
- How children are taught the difference between creepy and scary
- And finally, we look at a series of photos and try to “pin point the creepy factor” in them.
I hope you enjoy this lesson
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