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Paranoid Behaviour

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Paranoid Behaviour

Teaching the Holocaust while reading a Holocaust-related novel can be challenging; there is so much information to be shared, but you don;t want to the topic to become overwhelming, distant, or unreal to students. Analyzing photographs from the time period, assigning students the identity of a Holocaust victim, and a mini-lesson on nutrition are all ways to help students make personal connections with the Holocaust.

Connecting with the Holocaust: Making it Personal for Students

Teaching the Holocaust while reading a Holocaust-related novel can be challenging;t want to the topic to become overwhelming, distant, or unreal to students. Analyzing photographs from the time perio

You know you're an INTP when...

INTP - (Ti-Ne-Si-Fe) Please send in any asks or submissions that you might have. Remember, this is a page for the INTPs, by an INTP.

One of the best books I've read in a while.  This true story is a true page turner.  A normal 24 year old in NYC living a normal life all of a sudden experiences unexplained seizures and symptoms of psychosis.

book: brain on fire

One of the best books I& read in a while. This true story is a true page turner. A normal 24 year old in NYC living a normal life all of a sudden experiences unexplained seizures and symptoms of psychosis.

INFP // truly, i will forget to come back

“I'm one of those people that you have to keep your eye on or I'll wander off into the woods and forget to come back.” — Jack White I love this :)

Free Kindle Book -   One Sick Bitch : The True Story of Jacqueline Williams

On November 1995 Jacqueline Annette Williams murdered Debra Evans, her ten-year old daughter and seven-year old son. The brutality of the crime was shocki

Creative people really are more likely to be mentally ill. But what explains this connection between genius and madness?

Why Are Genius and Madness Connected?

Van Gogh self-portrait with Bandaged Ear, Easel and Japanese Print, January 1889 Oil on canvas, 60 × 49 cm Courtauld Institute Galleries, London

Anna Brown shields her face from the camera's gaze #The_City_of_Others:_Photographs_from_the_City_of_London_Asylum Archive | Bressey | 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century

Anna Brown shields her face from the camera's gaze. Photograph from the City of London Asylum Archive.

Free Kindle Book -   Parents Who Killed Their Children: True stories of Filicide,  Mental Health and Postpartum Psychosis

Free Kindle Book - [History][Free] Parents Who Killed Their Children: True stories of Filicidal Murder, Mental Health and Postpartum Psychosis

Biography lesson on how author uses narration and dialogue

Life in Animal Research - Parts 11 & Learning Fair, Biographies, & Determining Importance (PHEW!

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