Understanding Political Perspectives with AI

Why? This lesson introduces students to the varied political perspectives that characterize the United States, helping them to analyze and understand the motivations and reactions of different political groups to hypothetical events. By explori… Please create a free Pedagog.ai account today to keep reading our lesson plans!

Being Creative by Doing the Opposite of AI

Why? This lesson plan encourages students to explore creativity and critical thinking by contrasting AI-generated ideas with their opposites. It highlights the value of unique perspectives in creative writing and/or problem-solving. By analyzin… Please create a free Pedagog.ai account today to keep reading our lesson plans!

Lifelike AI robots: What is the Uncanny Valley?

Why? This lesson on the Uncanny Valley introduces students to critical concepts in robotics and artificial intelligence, focusing on human responses to humanoid robots that resemble humans in appearance and behavior. By exploring emotional reac… Please create a free Pedagog.ai account today to keep reading our lesson plans!

AI and Persuasion: Ethos, Pathos, and Logos Supports

AI and Persuasion: Ethos, Pathos, and Logos Supports

Why? This lesson on ethos, pathos, and logos equips students with the foundational skills of persuasive communication, crucial for both academic and real-world contexts. Understanding these rhetorical strategies enables students to critically … Please create a free Pedagog.ai account today to keep reading our lesson plans!

AI and Persuasion: Anticipating Objections

AI and Persuasion: Anticipating Objections

Why? A common element of persuasion is identifying possible objections or differing points of view, and then refuting or diminishing them. This lesson helps students with the challenging process of brainstorming likely objections. By masterin… Please create a free Pedagog.ai account today to keep reading our lesson plans!

AI & Memes: Understanding Visual Humor

Why? This lesson immerses students in the rapidly evolving world of Artificial Intelligence, a field that is increasingly influential in many aspects of our lives. By exploring AI’s capabilities and limitations in image recognition and interp… Please create a free Pedagog.ai account today to keep reading our lesson plans!

The World in 25 People: Global Proportions with AI

Why? This lesson, which scales down global demographics to the number of students in a specific classroom, aided by AI-generated text, is useful for a holistic educational experience, applying in several classes, including social studies, geog… Please create a free Pedagog.ai account today to keep reading our lesson plans!

AI and the Economics of Prices

AI and the Economics of Prices

Why? Understanding the economics of pricing is useful for students as they navigate the world of consumerism, business, and personal finance. In this lesson, designed for a middle-school social studies course, we will explore pricing concepts … Please create a free Pedagog.ai account today to keep reading our lesson plans!

AI Literacy in History Class

Why? This lesson is designed to help students develop the skills to critically evaluate AI-generated content, fostering an informed and discerning approach to both historical narratives and emerging technologies. Materials Needed Tim… Please create a free Pedagog.ai account today to keep reading our lesson plans!

AI and Multiple Perspectives -Vox Populi “interview” with ChatGPT

AI and Multiple Perspectives -Vox Populi “interview” with ChatGPT

Why? In a world increasingly polarized by black-and-white perspectives, especially in areas such as politics, social issues, and cultural debates, it’s crucial to foster an understanding that the spectrum of human opinion is far more colorful … Please create a free Pedagog.ai account today to keep reading our lesson plans!

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