Attitude Self Quiz
By Rosie Bunnow
Learners choose responses in workplace situations that are compared to positive-attitude responses. They evaluate their responses, looking for areas in which they would like to improve.
Learners apply self-speak, evaluate their self-messages, and revise their internal statements with more positive wording.
More Than Words
Learners listen to five statements and then enter comments about each message’s tone, inflection, and pauses. This activity has audio content.
Costs and Benefits of Taxing to Pay for Lambeau Field
By Mary Ascher
In this learning activity you'll apply cost-benefit economics to a real world public taxation issue.
Constructing a Graph
By Nicole Paplham
In this learning activity you'll construct and label a graph.
Mandarin Chinese - Pastimes
By Pao-Mi Wei
The learner listens to and sees Chinese vocabulary words used to describe hobbies, sports, and other pastimes.
Mandarin Chinese - Clothing and Accessories
Learners listen to and read Mandarin Chinese vocabulary words used to identify pieces of clothing and accessories.
Mandarin Chinese - In a Restaurant
The learner visits a Chinese restaurant to learn how to order from the menu in Mandarin Chinese. This activity has audio content.
Mandarin Chinese - Chinese Currency
The learner reads a brief explanation of how to use Mandarin Chinese monetary terms in formal and colloquial speech. The learner can then click on a term to listen to its pronunciation and see its value.
Assessing the Social Impact of an Aging Population
By Jill Stiemsma
In this learning activity you'll relate statistics on aging in America to the functions and dysfunctions created by these demographic changes.
Primary and Secondary Group Identification
By Carol May
The student reviews primary and secondary groups and takes a short quiz.
The Social-Conflict Theoretical Approach
By Deb DeRosso
Learners view a mind map of the social-conflict Approaches and answer questions about the inequalities, competition, and power found in social structures.
The Symbolic Interaction Theoretical Approach
In this interactive object, learners view a mind map of the symbolic interaction Approaches and answer questions about communication and symbols.
A Theoretical Analysis of Sports
In this interactive object, learners examine the structural-functional, social-conflict, and symbolic interaction analyses of sports. A mind map and quiz questions are included.
A Theoretical Analysis of Education
In this interactive object, learners examine a mind map depicting manifest and latent functions of education. Quiz questions complete the activity.
A Theoretical Analysis of Health
In this interactive object, learners examine a mind map depicting manifest and latent functions of health. Quiz questions complete the activity.
A Theoretical Analysis of Race and Ethnicity
In the interactive object, learners examine the structural-functional, social-conflict, and symbolic interaction analyses of race and ethnicity. Learners also answer multiple-choice questions.
By Kathy Henning
In this learning activity you'll write about your attributes and analyze their perception of their abilities, roles, personality, beliefs, and goals.
Key Terms on Motivation
By robin rathsack
In this learning activity you'll match definitions of motivational terms with terms and concepts found in a puzzle.
Motivation Bike Theory
By Kathy Lich
Learners see and hear how motivation on the job can be compared to the use of a bicycle. They then write an explanation of how this theory can be applied to a situation in their own workplace.
Where Is Japan?
By Virginia Kirsch
Students read about Japan and test their knowledge by answering questions. They also locate Japan's major islands and the bordering countries on a map.
Countries of Southern Africa
Students read about five countries in Southern Africa and locate them on a map.
Coastal West and Central Africa
Students read about the countries of West and Central Africa and identify them on a map.
Learners read about the 10 countries in the region between India and China. A map exercise completes the activity.
Sources of Government Power
By Nancy McFadden
In this learning activity you'll apply information about three different sources of governmental power: Unitary, Confederate, and Federal to world governments.