For nearly 10 years, Bri has focused on creating content to address the questions and concerns educators have about teaching classes, preparing students for certifications, and making the most of the AES curriculum system.
Many of these lessons are intended for children up toeighth grade. That means you'll likely find some resources that fit perfectly in your middle school classes.
In addition, some lessons overlap with other subjects you may need to teach in your career readiness classes. For example, one resource is entitledThinking Critically About Advertising and would tie in well with lessons on media literacy.
The lesson encourages students to consider behind the scenes angles when presented with ads, encouraging them to think critically and logically aboutwhythe ad is what it is.
Still, these resources are a little disorganized which means it will take you time to review each option and decide if it's a good fit.
3. BrainPOP's Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Activities
BrainPOPis an educational resource provider with many teaching resources for every grade level.