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My Robot and Me

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This activity from Odyssey of the Mind combines creative writing and public speaking while exploring the world of robots. Although focused primarily on middle-school students, it could easily be adapted for high school. Public speaking is often a frightening proposition for many students, so by combining the writing of a humorous essay with a class presentation, perhaps the edge can be taken off that apprehension.

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