Defend your character with a good argument. Solve the mystery by identifying the who wants to keep the group from going home and why.
This game brings you inside the mind of the great Simba! The son of Mufasa and the right heir to rule the Pride Lands.
When he was a young cub, Simba saw his father's death. His uncle, Scar, made Simba believe that Mufasa's death was Simba's fault (Even though it was Scar, who murdered the king). Thus, he hastily fled away. He got to the jungle, where he met two lovely animals; a meerkat called Timon and a warthog called Pumbaa. Quickly Simba, Timon and Pumbaa became best friends, and now they live the good life in the jungle. They eat delicious insects, drink shakes, lay in hammocks and basically follow the Hakuna Matata rules, which are very simple: Don't worry.
However, this morning Simba met Nala, a gorgeous lioness. Simba remembers Nala from his time as a young and royal cub. Nala told Simba that life in the Pride Lands has gone south since Mufasa's death; Scar took over the land and created a terrible dictatorship where fear and chaos dominate.
Now, Simba has to decide. Should he go back with Nala to the Pride Lands? Should he stay in the jungle, keep living the good life with Timon and Pumba?
What will Simba decide? It all depends on who is going to convince him the best.
It's human nature to judge people based on some set beliefs or lifestyle. We are used to instantaneously stereotyping people by their appearance and behaviour before getting to know them. However, judgments based on opinions and attitudes are often misleading.
What can help us discover a person real worth? Let's immerse in the atmosphere of the story and find out what it feels like to be prejudiced and change your opinion, to be depreciated and stand out, to be caught in a lie and avoid punishment, and what it actually means to be a gentleman.
The year is 2515. The Earth is dying.
There are 700 thousand people left on Earth after The Age of Disasters- in the last three hundred years humanity has been suffering from massive natural disasters. The icebergs have melted completely, creating enormous floods all over the globe, which erased most of the coast line cities.
Earthquakes have ruined many other populated zones. These events caused massive migration to Afrasia- the last continent that has left on the surface. As a result of over population in Afrasia, a plague wiped out more than 80% of the citizens.
This game gives you an insider's view into the backgrounds and motivations of the characters participating in the dinner scene of the short story Mr. Know All (by :Somerset Maugham). Through observing the relationship between Mr. Kelada and the other characters, this becomes a tale of prejudice, stereotyping and pre-convictions.
Who is the real King of the Jungle?
How can we reduce our rubbish and keep the environment clean?
Can we recycle everything? What is organic and what isn't? Lets find out!
People in every country know the name Michael Jordan - the most famous basketball player in the world.
How did Michael Jordan become a famous basketball player? Who encouraged him throughout his way to the top of the NBA league? Who told him that he wasn't good enough?
Take a part in making Michael Jordan the player that we all know!
Meet the people in Michael Jordan's life, become one of them and play their role.
Cinderella is a 17 years old girl who lives with her father, her evil stepmother and 2 foolish step sisters – who love taking selfies, surfing online, going out till the late hours of the night and easily caving into peer pressure. The King has decided that the time has come for his son, the 18 year old prince, to find a wife!
Should technology become a major player in the ESL classroom? Discuss the issue with your colleagues and decide.
Who has the authority to set the grade?
What should we do with a problematic pupil?
Collective punishment is an effective tool to use in classroom management. Yet, it raises some ethical questions. How do you feel about it?
Learn all the ingredients of a good editorial and, with your team, condense that into an argument for or against Atom High adopting year-round schooling.
Cinderella has invited princesses from around the world to compare their stories. Learn about the folk tale that inspired stories like Cinderella and the myths that influence each story from around the world.
Did Emily Dickinson want us to read her poetry?
How did she want her poems to look?
Help discover Dickinson's lost poetry!
Investigate the original documents to better understand the concept of authorial intention and learn about some key players in the success of Emily Dickinson's work!
The private investigation team of "Detectives.com" is called to assist Muriel Glass, the young widow of Seymour Glass, in trying to figure out what happened to Seymour in the Hotel in Florida: why did he commit suicide? How does it all relate to the Bananafish?
Alex D. Rector is a young Theater director, about to direct "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams. You are the actors and she wants to work with you as a team: to think together about the play and Tom's character.
Alex's main question is: Should Tom feel guilty?
Should he give up his dreams and stay at home with Amanda and Laura?
Was Tom right to abandon Amanda and Laura in order to fulfill his dream?
Help Alex and join the discussion. You will find in your resources consuming background. Read it and share others.
Let's start ... Alex's success is the success of all of you ...
'The Test' by Angelica Gibbs is a short story about the perception of White people vs. Black people which was shown back in the 1940's in America.
A young African-American woman named Marian has failed her driving test for the second time as a result of rasict inspectors. Marian is a hard working woman, she got her driving license three years ago in Pennsylvania and has a first academic degree. She works for Mrs.Ericson as her housekeeper.
Throughout her test, the inspector verbally abuses her with racist remarks and addresses her as "Mandy-Lou" which is known as a negative nickname. Towards the end of the test, Marian feels as if she can no longer tolerate the inspector's racist remarks and erupts on him.
This game explores the social dilemma of posting harmful and personal images on social media.
In this game, a high school student was upset with her teacher for giving her a bad grade on a test, and without too much thought, posted a picture of him with the title, "Stingy Steve". Moreover, she posted it to her friends on Snapchat, an app that deletes a post ten seconds after posting it. Unfortunately, the story doesn't end here.
Within those crucial ten seconds, one of Jude's friend's, took a screenshot of the image and re-posted it to a different group of friends on What's App. What she didn't know what that Jonathan, Steve's son, was in that group, and when he saw the post, he immediately reported it to his dad.
You are invited to partake in the hearing that was initiated by the Dean of the school. This hearing aims to conclude who the guilty party is, what will be the punishment, and how to behave in this kind of complex situation.
It is 1820. You are in the ship Pequod under the commander of Captain Ahab. The mission is a whales hunting; their valuable fat is a great promise for significant profit.
But it soon becomes apparent that you are in a conflict:
The captain, Ahab, said he must demand a change in the purpose of the journey. He argued that he must chase Moby Dick, a giant white whale that few years earlier caused him to lose his leg. Ahab claims that pride is more important than money. He must kill Moby Dick, it’s a matter of saving his face and save profession.
In contrast, Starbuck, the first mate, opposed the idea. He says we are here to make a living and not to endanger ourselves for saving his face.
Who will you support?
Each one of you is tasked with a different opinion. Share it to others and try to reach an agreement.
Explore Shakespeare's "Macbeth" by playing different characters and discussing the importance of fate and free will in the famous tragedy.