physical, cognitive, & moral development
In the first panel we see middle school students of various maturing rates who are preferring junk food over the healthy food. There is also a student that is at risk for developing a eating disorder due to concern over her body weight.
In the cognitive-intellectual panel we see one student challenging authority and yelling at the teacher. Others are lost in their thoughts, looking hopeless bored. One girl thinks about how she would prefer to learn with her peers in groups, and another student is mad that the teacher always gets offended by his jokes.
In the moral development panel students are showing empathy, but also one is being quick to judge another student without noticing the imperfections of his own actions.
Can we get fries instead of mixed fruit?
I don't want to get fat, so I'm going to skip lunch.
YOU'RE NOT THE BOSS OF ME MR. Z!!!
Maybe if we did group work this class wouldn't be so boring..
COGNITIVE INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT
This teacher gets butt hurt at all of my jokes. He's got no sense of humor.
Oh no, maybe I should go cheer her up!
I can't believe my cat died...
What a CRY BABY!
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