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  • Young Sheldon: Sheldon's First Day

    Has profanity
    social norms
    social acceptance
    social awkwardness
    Sheldon, a gifted student, begins his first day of high school. Noticably younger than his classmates, he has some trouble fitting in. 

  • Young Sheldon: Sheldon Tries To Make Friends

    social belonging- friendships
    maslow's hierarchy of needs
    Sheldon tries to make friends by following the principles that Dale Carnegie has outlined in his book, "How to Win Friends and Influence People." His conversations are robotic, not authentic, and awkward as a result.

  • Young Sheldon: Sheldon's Train

    relative motion
    first law
    newton's laws of motion
    Sheldon explains how he uses a toy train and a ball to prove Newton's first law of motion. As the train moves, he pushes a button to propel the ball in the air. The ball lands in the same spot on the train where it was propelled. The ball moves at a constant velocity in an inertial frame of reference.