Teen Wolf

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With great power comes great responsibility ... especially if you're a werewolf! Scholars discover the importance of using their strengths to be a hero, rather than a bully, with an imaginative lesson. During the 13th installment in a series of 17, the class views a clip from the movie Teen Wolf, then breaks into small groups to discuss their own unique strengths.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Before watching the video clip, ask everyone to write down the super power they would most like to have, then incorporate their choices into the group discussion
  • Ask pupils to create a pros and cons list based on the main character's discovery of being a werewolf
Classroom Considerations

  • Use the background information tab to help introduce the film to the class, as the clip only provides a little of the main character's life before his big transformation
Pros

  • Examines the down side of having power in a situation, an impactful idea for middle schoolers
  • Discussion questions help groups focus on their individual strengths and how to use them to help others
Cons

  • None
Common Core