Maryland Department of Education
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs provides the lens class members use to analyze and evaluate the motivations of the characters in Sylvia Plath's "Initiation" and scenes from Mean Girls. Readers then select a character from A Separate...
Texas Education Agency (TEA)
Make the sale! Using the informational resource, scholars learn how to analyze the sales process to maximize profits. They design a poster depicting Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, and then combine forces to create a PowerPoint presentation...
Students, while diving into a diverse pool of activities, examine the ways in which choices that you make today determine your future health and well-being. The examination of materials begin with Maslow's "Hierarchy of Needs."
Here is an academic presentation intended for those teaching small groups or engaging in human management. It defines personality types and traits in terms of personal background factors, then uses concrete theory and research to provide...
Young scholars compare and contrast the knowledge requirements for human and animal children. They identify the consequences of an animal if it is unprepared for the given environment. They discover the importance of education as well.
Foreign Policy Research Institute
What a great way to make a psychology lesson plan on personality development socio-politically relevant! Class members investigate causes of radicalism--specifically, becoming a terrorist. This resource includes background information,...
Missouri Department of Elementary
Using a Venn diagram, pupils compare the similarities and differences between two classmates. Next, they review the CARE acronym (Collaboration, Acceptance, Respect, Empathy) and discuss how it applies to diversity in the classroom.
Fourth graders observe a pair of students standing in front of the class and compare and contrast them using a Venn Diagram using these guidelines: eye color, hair color, older/younger, tallest/shortest, gender, favorite food, favorite...
Students examine shopping patterns in another community to develop a hypothesis on why there are more opportunities for goods and services in some neighborhoods while others lack these goods and services.
In this online interactive English vocabulary skills worksheet, learners answer 10 matching questions which require them to fill in the blanks in 10 sentences. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Students analyze bullying and aggression. For this bullying lesson, students discuss bullying and practice methods to deal with aggression. Students also participate in activities that enable them to consider why bullies bully as well as...