It's Just a Game?
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Students consider their attitudes toward concrete and abstract violence in the media before developing hypotheses that assess the effect of gender and age on people's attitudes toward such violence and designing a survey to test those hypotheses.
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“Just a Minute” Focus: Adapting Speech
A little bit complicated, but a whole lot of fun. Show your class an episode of the British television game show Just a Minute. After an explanation of the rules (no repetition, hesitation, or deviation) groups develop topics, based on...
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Allow your pupils to take control of their own learning by setting up literature circles for So B. It by Sarah Weeks. Group members can discuss and answer the questions provided in the materials, and you can check their work with this...
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