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Lesson Plan Title : Superstitions

Age Range: Grade 9 through grade 12 (High School)

Overview and Purpose: In this lesson students research the origins of superstitions and either defend or refute the claims that they are true.

Objective: The student will be able to

*research the origin of a superstition.

*defend or refute the claim that the superstition is true.

Resources:

Internet access for each pair of students Access to

Power Point for each pair of students

Activities:

Brainstorm with your students a list of superstitions. Divide the class into pairs and have them choose a superstition. Give them time to research the superstition's origin and evidence about whether the superstition is true or not. Then have them use the information to create two or three Power Point slides explaining the superstition. Encourage the students to be creative in their presentations and share them with the class when everyone is finished.

Wrap Up:

Students can also do this lesson individually or without using Power Point. They can write a report, create a news report on the superstition, or make a poster about it.

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