Daily Lessons for Teaching The Uncanny

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Objective: Screen Memories Freud believes there is a connection between the adult human's psyche and our perception of childhood memories. Freud argues that the childhood is the essential and formative period in the development of the adult psyche. This lesson will discuss how childhood formation affects human's as adults.

1) 1. Group Discussion: Divide the class into groups and have them discuss how childhood formation affects one's psyche as an adult. What happens in the childhood that is detrimental to one's development as an adult? What does Freud argue about one's childhood memories in comparison to one's adult memories? What makes Freud believe that one's memories from their childhood are actually just a construction of one's unconscious.

2. Class Debate: Divide the class into two and have one side argue that one's childhood affects one's life as an adult and the other half argue that one's childhood is separate from...

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