Lessons for Mental Illness

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  • Mid-1800s reform era group presentations - … , abolition, women's rights, growth in education, treatment of the mentally ill, temperance, and utopian communities. A lesson plan for grades 9 … 's rights temperance educational reform utopian communities treatment of the mentally ill On the overhead, I explain the assignment as follows: "Your … academies, sexual harassment, National Organization for Women. Treatment of the Mentally Ill: Americans with Disabilities Act, poor regulation of nursing home facilities …
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  • The Second Great Awakening - … and home,” “abolition,” “education,” “prison reform,” “care of handicapped and mentally ill.” Explain that these were all issues that were important during … , abolition, education, prison reform, and care of the handicapped and mentally ill. Your group has been assigned one of the influential evangelists … and home,” “abolition,” “education,” “prison reform,” “care of handicapped and mentally ill.” Explain that these were all issues that were important during …
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  • Scientists Say They Can Read Dreams - … reasons why. The technology could cure all mental illnesses. It could cure the world's mental health and we would all love each … to read? f) Could this technology cure the world's mental health? g) What are the ethical issues surrounding this technology … . unconscious f. sleeping 7. artificial g. synthetic 8. conditions h. illnesses 9. ethical i. moral 10. fascinated j. interested COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS …
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  • Timeless Tea in Celebration of North Carolina Women - … the mentally ill and spent much of her time lobbying state legislatures and the US Congress to provide services for the mentally ill. She … lobbying the state government to build a hospital for the mentally ill in NC. Her persistence and persuasion was rewarded in 1856 …
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  • Timeless Tea in Celebration of North Carolina Women - … the mentally ill and spent much of her time lobbying state legislatures and the US Congress to provide services for the mentally ill. She … lobbying the state government to build a hospital for the mentally ill in NC. Her persistence and persuasion was rewarded in 1856 …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Motivation of a Murderer: A Close Reading of "The Tell-Tale Heart" - … to kill based on him being a calculated killer or mentally ill? How do the main character's word choices and actions … the narrator is a calculated killer, or if he is mentally ill. 4. First Close Reading: The teacher will read the story … main character is either a calculated, cold-blooded killer or mentally ill. The students will chart their details on a graphic organizer …
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  • Euthanasia and the T4 Program - Judith Clark-Zaino - … lebensunwertes Leben ("life unworthy of life"). These "worthless" people included mentally and physically disabled Germans and Austrians, children and adults, who … History Procedure / Strategy 1. Students will have read USHMM pamphlet ?Mentally and Physically Handicapped: Victims of the Nazi Era? for homework … for her care. The government recommends that all patients deemed mentally ill or physically unfit be ?euthanized? to end their misery and …
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  • Building Webs of Support for People With B.D.D. and Eating Disorders - … physical feature and true psychological obsession? (The National Alliance on Mental Illness defines obsessions as "intrusive, irrational thoughts - unwanted ideas or impulses … sites found on the New York Times Navigator: Information on Mental Health, along with the Related Resources provided above. Group members … they might focus on a personal connection to someone with mental illness, and how it affects them. Students might even compose their …
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  • Art as Advocacy - … participants feel better about their circumstances (death, divorce, abuse, stress, illness, natural disaster, etc.) using art. Art helps give them more … something about the human psych that seeks to be involved mentally or physically. We are not made to sit on the … a couch potato. Numerous illness and diseases have been attributed to lack of physical involvement as has mental illness being attributed to a …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Ways to Teach About the Arizona Shootings - … use 'mental illness' as an explanation for violence," while others are noting the tricky task of separating Mr. Loughner's mental state from his actions. Students might consider the possible links between mental illness and violent behavior, and … and what various regions are responsible for in terms of mental processes and functioning. Reflecting on the Justice System: What is …
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