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2019-20 LESSON PLANS

LESSON PLANS FOR DECEMBER 2, 2019

Quote of the Week:
You can really change the world if you care enough.

Monday, December 2, 2019
Introduce Unit 7 - Cognition
"The Mind's Storehouse" Video Assignment
"Thinking and Language" Video Assignment
Unit 7 Notes
Unit 7 Power Point
Unit 7 Study Guide

Unit 7 Review Videos
How We Make Memories - Crash Course Psychology
Remembering and Forgetting - Crash Course Psychology
Cognition:  How Your Mind Can Amaze and Betray You - Crash Course Psychology
Language - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 7 Intro to Memory Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 7 Encoding Notes Part 1 by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 7 Encoding Notes Part 2 by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 7 Storage Notes Part 1 by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 7 Storage Notes Part 2 by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 7 Retrieval Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 7 Forgetting Notes Part 1 by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 7 Forgetting Notes Part 2 by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 7 Thinking Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 7 Language Notes by Mrs. Rice

Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Module 31 - Studying and Building Memories
Module 31 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Define memory.  2) Explain how psychologists describe the human memory system.  3) Distinguish between explicit and implicit memories.  4) Identify the information we process automatically.  5) Explain how sensory memory works.  6) Describe the capacity of our short-term and working memory.  7) Describe the effortful processing strategies that help us remember new information.  8) Describe the levels of processing and their effect on encoding.

1. Studying Memory
2. Building Memories:  Encoding

Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Module 32 - Memory Storage and Retrieval
Module 32 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe the capacity and location of our long-term memories.  2) Describe the roles of the frontal lobes and hippocampus in memory processing.  3) Describe the roles of the cerebellum and basal ganglia in our memory processing.  4) Discuss how emotion affect our memory processing.  5) Explain how changes at the synapse level affect our memory processing.  6) Explain how memory is measured.  7) Describe how external cues, internal emotions, and order of appearance influence memory retrieval.

1. Memory Storage
2. Retrieval:  Getting Information Out

Video "The Minds Storehouse"

Thursday, December 5, 2019 
Module 33 - Forgetting, Memory Construction, and Memory Improvement
Module 33 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Explain why we forget.  2) Explain how misinformation, imagination, and source amnesia influence our memory construction, and describe how we decide whether a memory is real or false.  3) Describe the reliability of young children's eyewitness descriptions, and discuss the controversy related to claims of repressed and recovered memories.  4) Describe how you can use memory research findings to do better in this and other courses.

1. Forgetting
2. Memory Construction Errors
3. Improving Memory

Friday, December 6, 2019
Modules 31, 32, and 33 Quiz (Assignment Due)

LESSON PLANS FOR DECEMBER 9, 2019

Quote of the Week:
The time is always right to do what is right.

Monday, December 9, 2019
Module 34 - Thinking, Concepts and Creativity
Module 34 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Define cognition, and describe the functions of concepts.  2) Identify the factors associated with creativity, and describe ways of promoting creativity.

1. Thinking and Concepts
2. Creativity

Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Video "Thinking and Language" 

Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Module 35 - Solving Problems and Making Decisions
Module 35 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe the cognitive strategies that assist our problem solving, and identify the obstacles that hinder it.  2) Explain what is meant by intuition, and describe how the representativeness and availability heuristics, overconfidence, belief perseverence, and framing influence our decisions and judgments.  3) Describe how smart thinkers use intuition.

1. Problem Solving:  Strategies and Obstacles
2. Forming Good and Bad Decisions and Judgments

Thursday, December 12, 2019
Module 36 - Thinking and Language
Module 36 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe the structural components of a language.  2) Identify the milestones in language development.  3) Describe how we acquire language.  4) Identify the brain areas involved in language processing and speech.  5) Describe the relationship between language and thinking, and discuss the value of thinking in images.

1. Language Structure
2. Language Development
2. The Brain and Language
4. Language and Thought

Friday, December 13, 2019
Modules 34, 35, and 36 Quiz (Assignment Due)

LESSON PLANS FOR DECEMBER 16, 2019

Quote of the Week:
Challenges make you discover things about yourself that you never really knew.  They're what make the instrument stretch - what make you go beyond the norm.

Monday, December 16, 2019
Introduce Unit 8 - Motivation, Emotion, and Stress
"In the Driver's Seat" Video Assignment
"Emotions" Video Assignment
"Stressed to the Limit" Video Assignment
Unit 8 Notes
Unit 8 Power Point
Unit 8 Study Guide

Unit 8 Review Videos
The Power of Motivation - Crash Course Psychology
Feeling All the Feels - Crash Course Psychology
Emotion, Stress and Health - Crash Course Psychology
Let's Talk About Sex - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 8 Introduction to Motivation Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 8 Hunger Motivation Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 8 Work Achievement Motivation Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 8 Theories of Emotion Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 8 Expressing Emotion Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 8 Experiencing Emotions Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 8 Stress Notes by Mrs. Rice

Tuesday, December 17, 2019
Module 37 - Motivational Concepts
Module 37 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Define motivation as psychologists use the term, and identify the perspective useful for studying motivated behavior.

1. Instincts and Evolutionary Psychology
2. Drives and Incentives
3. Optimum Arousal
4. A Hierarchy of Motives

Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Module 38 - Hunger Motivation
Module 38 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe the physiological factors that produce hunger.  2) Discuss cultural and situational factors that influence hunger.  3) Discuss the factors that predispose some people to become and remain obese.

1. The Physiology of Hunger
2. The Psychology of Hunger
3. Obesity and Weight Control

Thursday, December 19, 2019
Module 40 - Social Motivation:  Affiliation Needs
Module 40 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe the evidence that points to our human affiliation need - our need to belong.  2) Describe how social networking influences us.

1. The Benefits of Belonging
2. The Pain of Being Shut Out
3. Connecting and Social Networking

Video "In the Driver's Seat"

Friday, December 20, 2019
Modules 37, 38 and 40 Quiz

LESSON PLANS FOR DECEMBER 30, 2019

Quote of the Week:
If you want to make peace with your enemy, you have to work with your enemy.  Then he becomes your partner.

Monday, December 30, 2019 - No School

Tuesday, December 31 2019 - No School

Wednesday, January 1, 2020 - No School

Thursday, January 2, 2020
Introduce Emotions

Friday, January 3, 2020
Module 41 - Theories and Physiology of Emotion
Module 41 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe how arousal and expressive behaviors interact in emotion.  2) Explain whether we can experience emotions without consciously interpreting and labeling them.  3) Describe the link between emotional arousal and the autonomic nervous system, and discuss the relationship between arousal and performance.  4) Discuss whether different emotions activates different physiological and brain-pattern responses.  5) Discuss the effectiveness of polygraphs in using body states to detect lies.

1. Cognition and Emotion
2. Embodied Emotion

LESSON PLANS FOR JANUARY 6, 2020

All make-up work is due by Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Quote of the Week:

Monday, January 6, 2020
Module 42 - Expressed Emotion
Module 42 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe our ability to communicate nonverbally, and discuss gender differences in this capacity.  2) Discuss the culture-specific and culturally universal aspects of nonverbal expression of emotion.  3) Describe how facial expression influence our feelings.

1. Detecting Emotion in Others
2. Gender, Emotion, and Nonverbal Behavior
3. Culture and Emotional Expression
4. The Effects of Facial Expressions

Video "Emotions"

Tuesday, January 7, 2020
Modules 41 and 42 Quiz (Assignment Due)

Review for Final Exam
AP Psychology Exam Review Power Point
AP Psychology Exam Study Guide
AP Psychology Essential Information
Baron's AP Psychology 5th Edition
Crash Course Study Guide for AP Psychology
Myer's Psychology for AP* Vocabulary
AP Psychology Concept Maps
Psychology Study Chart
Fill In the Blank AP Psychology Study Guide
Jeopardy Review Game #1
Jeopardy Review Game #2
Jeopardy Review Game #3
AP Psychology Exam Review Guide

Wednesday, January 8, 2020
Final Exams

Thursday, January 9, 2020
Final Exams

Friday, January 10, 2020
Final Exams

End of the 2nd Quarter

LESSON PLANS FOR JANUARY 13, 2020

Quote of the Week:

Monday, January 13, 2020
Module 43 - Stress and Health
Module 43 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Identify events that provoke stress responses, and describe how we respond and adapt to stress.

1. Stress:  Some Basic Concepts


Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Module 44 - Stress and Illness
Module 44 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe how stress makes up more vulnerable to disease.  2) Explain why some of us are more prone than others to coronary heart disease.

1. Stress and Susceptibility to Disease

Video "Stressed to the Limit"


Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Modules 43 and 44 Quiz (Assignment Due)

Thursday, January 16, 2020
Introduce Unit 9 - Developmental Psychology
"Different Strokes" Video Assignment
"The Growing Years" Video Assignment
"The Becoming Years" Video Assignment
Unit 9 Notes
Unit 9 Power Point
Unit 9 Study Guide

Unit 9 Review Videos
The Growth of Knowledge - Crash Course Psychology
Monkeys and Morality - Crash Course Psychology
Adolescence - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 9 Introduction to Development Genetics Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Evolutionary Psychology:  Genetics or Environment Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Introduction to Development: Environment Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Introduction to Development:  Genetics Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Prenatal and Newborn Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Prenatal and Newborn Part 1 Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Prenatal and Newborn Part 2 Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Infancy and Childhood Part 1 Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Infancy and Childhood Part 2 Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Infancy and Childhood Part 3 Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Infancy and Childhood Part 4 Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Adolescence Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Adolescence Part 1 Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Adolescence Part 2 Notes with Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 9 Adulthood Notes with Mrs. Rice

Friday, January 17, 2020
Module 45 - Developmental Issues, Prenatal Development, and the Newborn
Module 45 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Identify three issues that have engaged developmental psychologists.  2) Discuss the course of prenatal development, and explain how teratogens affect development.  3) Describe some abilities of the newborn, noting how researchers are able to identify their mental abilities.

1. Developmental Psychology's Major Issues
2. Prenatal Development and the Newborn

LESSON PLANS FOR JANUARY 20, 2020

Quote of the Week:

Monday, January 20, 2020

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Friday, January 24, 2020

LESSON PLANS FOR AUGUST 26, 2019

Quote of the Week:
The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched.  They must be felt with the heart.  Life is a big canvas.  Throw all the paint on it you can.

Monday, August 26, 2019

Classroom Rules and Expectations
AP Psychology Class Syllabus
AP Psychology Exam Review
AP Psychology Dictionary

Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Textbook Issue and Registration
College Board Registration
My AP Registration
Schoology Registration


Wednesday, August 28, 2019
"Finding Out What You Know About Psychology" Handout

Thursday, August 29, 2019
"Finding Out What You Know About Psychology" Discussion

Friday, August 30, 2018
Book Cover Due
Define Psychology

Definition of Psychology Power Point

LESSON PLANS FOR SEPTEMBER 2, 2019

Quote of the Week:
People acting together as a group can accomplish things which no individual acting alone could ever hope to bring about.

Monday, September 2, 2019
Labor Day - No School

Tuesday, September 3, 2019
Introduce Unit 1 - Psychology's History and Approaches
The Magic of the Mind" Assignment
Unit 1 Notes
Unit 1 Power Point
Unit 1 Study Guide

Unit 1 Review Videos
Crash Course Psychology Preview
Introduction to Psychology - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 1 Why Psychology Notes by Mrs. Rice
Unit 1 Myers' AP Psychology

Wednesday, September 4, 2019
Module 1 - Psychology's History

Objectives: 1) Describe how psychology developed from its prescientific roots in early understandings of mind and body to the beginnings of modern science. 2) describe some important milestones in psychology's early development. 3) Describe how psychology continued to develop from the 1920s through today.

1. Psychology's Roots
2. Psychological Science Develops 

Thursday, September 5, 2019
Module 2 - Psychology's Big Issues and Approaches

Objectives: 1) Summarize the nature-nurture debate in psychology. 2) Describe psychology's three main levels of analysis and related perspectives. 3) Identify psychology's main subfields. 4) Explain how psychological principles can help you learn and remember and do better on the AP exam.

1. Psychology's Biggest Question
2. Psychology's Three Main Levels of Analysis
3. Psychology's Subfields

Early Schools of Thought and Modern Perspectives Handout
Quotes Based on Early Schools of Thought and Modern Perspectives Handout

Friday, September 6, 2019
Video "The Magic of the Mind"

LESSON PLANS FOR SEPTEMBER 9, 2019

Quote of the Week:
All the education and all the knowledge in the world can't help the poor soul who has no common sense.

Monday, September 9, 2019
Modules 1 and 2 Quiz

Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Module 3 - Careers in Psychology

Objectives: 1) Describe what psychologists in various profession do and where they work.

1. Basic Research Subfields
2. Applied Research Subfields
3. The Helping Professions

Review for Unit 1 Test

Wednesday, September 11, 2019
SPARK Day

Thursday, September 12, 2019
Unit 1 Quizlet
Unit 1 Test (Assignment Due)

Friday, September 13, 2019
Introduce Unit 2 (Research Methods: Thinking Critically With Psychological Science)
"Endless Questions" Assignment
Unit 2 Notes
Unit 2 Power Point
Unit 2 Study Guide

Unit 2 Review Videos
Psychological Research - Crash Course Psychology
Brains vs. Bias - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 2 Thinking Critically with Psychological Science Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 2 Research Methods Notes Part One by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 2 Research Methods Notes Part Two by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 2 Experimentation Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 2 Statistics Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 2 Ethics Notes by Mrs. Rice
Unit 2 Myers' AP Psychology

LESSON PLANS FOR SEPTEMBER 16, 2019

Quote of the Week:
You can do anything you want if you really put your heart, soul, and mind to it.

Monday, September 16, 2019
Module 4 - The Need for Psychological Science

Objectives: 1) Describe how hindsight bias, overconfidence, and the tendency to perceive order in random events illustrate why science-based answers are more valid than those based on intuition and common sense. 2) Identify how the three main components of the scientific attitude relate to critical thinking.

1. Did We Know It All Along? Hindsight Bias
2. Overconfidence
3. Perceiving Order in Random Events
4. The Scientific Attitude: Curious, Skeptical, and Humble
5. Critical Thinking

Module 5 - The Scientific Method and Description

Objectives: 1) Describe how theories advance psychological science. 2) Describe how psychologists use case studies, naturalistic observation, and survey's to observe and describe behavior, and explain the importance of random sampling.

1. The Scientific Method
2. Description

Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Module 6 - Correlation and Experimentation

Objectives: 1) Describe positive and negative correlations, and explain how correlational measures can aid the process of prediction but not provide evidence of cause-effect relationships. 2) Explain illusory correlations. 3) Describe the characteristics of experimentation that make it possible to isolate cause and effect.

1. Correlation
2. Experimentation
Correlation, Experiment or Quasi Experiment Handout

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 (Late Start)
Video "Endless Questions"

Thursday, September 19, 2019
Module 6 - Correlation and Experimentation continued . . .

Objectives: 1) Describe positive and negative correlations, and explain how correlational measures can aid the process of prediction but not provide evidence of cause-effect relationships. 2) Explain illusory correlations. 3) Describe the characteristics of experimentation that make it possible to isolate cause and effect.

1. Correlation
2. Experimentation
Correlation, Experiment or Quasi Experiment Handout

Friday, September 20, 2019
Modules 4, 5, and 6 Quiz

LESSON PLANS FOR SEPTEMBER 23, 2019

Quote of the Week:
Being courageous requires no exceptional qualifications, no magic formula, no special combination of time, place and circumstance.  It is an opportunity that sooner or later is presented to all of us.

Monday, September 23, 2019
Module 7 - Statistical Reasoning in Everyday Life

Objectives:  1) Describe the three measures of central tendency, and discuss the relative usefulness of the two measures of variation.  2) Explain how we know whether an observed difference can be generalized to other populations.

1. The Need for Statistics
2. Descriptive Statistics
3. Inferential Statistics

Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Module 8 - Frequently Asked Questions About Psychology

Objectives:  1) Explain the value of simplified laboratory conditions in illuminating everyday life.  2) Discuss whether psychological research can be generalized across cultures and genders.  3) Explain why psychologists study animals, and describe the ethical guidelines that safeguard animal research participants.  4) Describe ethical guidelines that safeguard human research participants.  5) Examine whether psychology is free of value judgments.

1. Psychology Applied
2. Ethics in Research

Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Unit 2 Quizlet
Unit 2 Test (Assignment Due)

Thursday, September 26, 2019
Review Unit 2 Test

Introduce Unit 3 - Biological Bases of Behavior
"The Most Amazing Machine" Assignment
"Codes of Life" Assignment
Unit 3 Notes
Unit 3 Power Point
Unit 3 Study Guide

Unit 3 Review Videos
The Chemical Mind - Crash Course Psychology
Meeting Your Master:  Getting to Know Your Brain - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System Part 1 - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System Part 2 - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System Part 3 - Crash Course Psychology
Central Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Peripheral Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Autonomic Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Sympathetic Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Parasympathetic Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
The Endocrine System Part 1 - Crash Course Psychology
The Endocrine System Part 2 - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
The Endocrine System - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 3 Neuron Notes Part One by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 3 Neuron Notes Part Two by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 3 Nervous and Endocrine System Notes Part One by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 3 Nervous and Endocrine System Notes Part Two by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 3 Brain Notes Part One by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 3 Brain Notes Part Two by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 3 Brain Notes Part Three by Mrs. Rice
Unit 3A Myers' AP Psychology
Unit 3B Myers' AP Psychology

Friday, September 27, 2019
Module 9 - Biological Psychology and Neurotransmission

Objectives: 1) Explain why psychologists are concerned with human biology.  2) Describe the parts of a neuron, and explain how its impulses are generated.  3) Describe how nerve cells communicate with other nerve cells.  4) Describe how neurotransmitters influence behavior, and explain how drugs and other chemicals affect neurotransmitters.

1. Biology, Behavior, and Mind
2. Neural Communication
Neuron Diagram
Neuron Handout
Neuron Handout Answer Sheet
Neuron Coloring Assignment
Neuron Formative Assignment

LESSON PLANS FOR SEPTEMBER 30, 2019

Quote of the Week:
Even if you are on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there.

Monday, September 30, 2019

Module 9 - Biological Psychology and Neurotransmission Continued

Objectives: 1) Explain why psychologists are concerned with human biology.  2) Describe the parts of a neuron, and explain how its impulses are generated.  3) Describe how nerve cells communicate with other nerve cells.  4) Describe how neurotransmitters influence behavior, and explain how drugs and other chemicals affect neurotransmitters.

1. Biology, Behavior, and Mind
2. Neural Communication

How Flushing a Toilet is Like a Neuron Firing Handout
How Flushing a Toilet is Like a Neuron Firing Power Point

Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Module 10 - The Nervous and Endocrine System

Objectives:  1) Describe the functions of the nervous system's main divisions, and identify the three main types of neurons.  2) Describe the nature and functions of the endocrine system and its interaction with the nervous system.

1. The Nervous System
Nervous System Diagram
2. The Endocrine System

Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Video "The Most Amazing Machine"

Thursday, October 3, 2019
Modules 9 and 10 Quiz

Friday, October 4, 2019 - No School

LESSON PLANS FOR OCTOBER 7, 2019

Quote of the Week:
Failure is only the opportunity to begin again, more intelligently.

Monday, October 7, 2019
Module 11 - Studying the Brain, and Older Brain Structures

Objectives:  1) Describe several techniques for studying the brain's connections to behavior and mind.  2) Describe the components of the brainstem, and summarize the functions of the brainstem, thalamus, and cerebellum.  3) Describe the limbic system's structure and functions.

1. The Tools of Discovery:  Having Our Head Examined
Techniques for Studying the Brain
2. Older Brain Structures
Brain Functions Diagram

Hindbrain Assignment

Mapping the Brain Interactive 

Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Module 12 - The Cerebral Cortex

Objectives:  1) Identify the various regions of the cerebral cortex, and describe their functions.  2) Discuss the brain's ability to reorganize itself, and define neurogenesis.

1. Structure of the Cortex
2. Functions of the Cortex
The Brain Video Review

Cortex Assignment
Name the Damage Activity
Name the Damage Activity Answer Sheet
Brain Smackdown Formative

Wednesday, October 9, 2019
"Name the Damage" Handout
"Brain Smackdown" Handout

Thursday, October 10, 2019
Module 13 - Brain Hemisphere Organization and the Biology of Consciousness

Objectives:  1) Explain how split-brain research helps us understand the functions of our two brain hemispheres.  2) Explain what is meant by "dual processing" as revealed by today's cognitive neuroscience.

1. Our Divided Brain
2. Right-Left Differences in the Intact Brain
3. The Biology of Consciousness

Split Brain Formative

Friday, October 11, 2019
Modules 11, 12, and 13 Quiz

LESSON PLANS FOR OCTOBER 14, 2019

Quote of the Week:
Vision without action is a daydream.  Action without vision is a nightmare.

Monday, October 14, 2019
Module 14 - Behavior Genetics:  Predicting Individual Differences

Objectives:  1) Define genes, and describe how behavior geneticists explain our individual differences.  2) Identify the potential uses of molecular genetics research.  3) Explain what is meant by heritability, and discuss how it relates to individuals and groups.  4) Discuss the interaction of heritability and environment.

1. Genes:  Our Codes for Life
2. Twin and Adoption Studies
3. The New Frontier:  Molecular Genetics
4. Heritability
5. Gene-Environment Interaction

Video "Codes of Life"

Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Module 15 - Evolutionary Psychology:  Understanding Human Nature

Objectives:  1) Describe evolutionary psychologists' use of natural selection to explain behavior tendencies.  2) Discuss evolutionary explanations for gender differences in sexuality and mating preferences.  3) Summarize the key criticisms of evolutionary psychology, and describe how evolutionary psychologists respond.  4) Describe the biopsychosocial approach to individual development.

1. Natural Selection and Adaptation
2. Evolutionary Success Helps Explain Similarities
3. An Evolutionary Explanation of Human Sexuality
4. Reflections on Nature and Nurture

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 (Late Start)
Review for Unit 3 Test

Thursday, October 17, 2019
Unit 3 Quizlet
Unit 3 Test (Assignment Due)

Friday, October 18, 2019
Review Unit 3 Test
How to Attack the FRQ Power Point
Free Response Question #1

LESSON PLANS FOR OCTOBER 21, 2019

All make-up work must be turned in by Friday, October 25, 2019.

Quote of the Week:
All learning is trial and error.  The negative experiences do not inhibit but rather contribute to the learning process.

Monday, October 21, 2019
Introduce Unit 4 - Sensation and Perception
"Connections" Assignment
"Interpretation" Assignment
Unit 4 Notes
Unit 4 Power Point
Unit 4 Study Guide

Unit 4 Review Videos
Sensation and Perception - Crash Course Psychology
Homunculus - Crash Course Psychology
Taste and Smell - Crash Course Psychology
Hearing and Balance - Crash Course Psychology
Vision - Crash Course Psychology
Perceiving is Believing - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 4 Introduction to Sensation and Perception Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 4 Vision Notes Part One by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 4 Vision Notes Part Two by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 4 Hearing Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 4 Other Senses Notes Part One by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 4 Other Senses Notes Part Two by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 4 Perceptual Organization Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 4 Perceptual Interpretation Notes by Mrs. Rice
Unit 4 Myers' AP Psychology

Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Module 16 - Basic Principles of Sensation and Perception

Objectives:  1) Contrast sensation and perception, and explain the difference between bottom-up and top-down processing.  2) Discuss how much information we can consciously attend to at once.  3) Identify the three steps that are basic to all our sensory systems.  4) Distinguish between absolute and difference thresholds, and discuss whether we can sense and be affected by stimuli below the absolute threshold.  5) Explain the function of sensory adaptation.

1. Selective Attention
2. Transduction
3. Thresholds
4. Sensory Adaptation

Module 16 Check for Understanding Handout


Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Module 17 - Influences on Perception

Objectives:  1) Explain how our expectations, contexts, emotions, and motivation influence our perceptions.  2) List the claims of ESP, and discuss the conclusions of research psychologists after putting these claims to rest.

1. Perceptual Set
2. Context Effects
3. Emotion and Motivation

Thursday, October 24, 2019
Modules 16 and 17 Quiz

Video "Connections"


Friday, October 25, 2019
Module 18 - Vision

Objectives:  1) Describe the characteristics of visible light, and explain the process by which the eye transforms light energy into neural messages.  2) Describe how the eye and brain process visual information.  3) Discuss the theories that help us understand color vision.

1. The Stimulus Input:  Light Energy
2. The Eye
3. Visual Information Processing
4. Color Vision

Vision and Hearing Assignment
Review Activity "The Eye"

‚ÄčEnd of the 1st Quarter

LESSON PLANS FOR OCTOBER 28, 2019

Quote of the Week:
If you want it bad enough, no matter how bad it is, you can make it.

Monday, October 28, 2019
Module 18 - Vision continued

Objectives:  1) Describe the characteristics of visible light, and explain the process by which the eye transforms light energy into neural messages.  2) Describe how the eye and brain process visual information.  3) Discuss the theories that help us understand color vision.

1. The Stimulus Input:  Light Energy
2. The Eye
3. Visual Information Processing
4. Color Vision

Vision and Hearing Assignment
Review Activity "The Eye"
Review Activity "The Eye" Power Point

Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Module 19 - Visual Organization and Interpretation

Objectives:  1) Describe Gestalt psychologists' understanding of perceptual organization, and explain how figure-ground and grouping principles contribute to our perceptions.  2) Explain how we use binocular and monocular cues to perceive the world in three dimensions and perceive motion.  3) Explain how perceptual constancies help us to organize our sensations into meaningful perceptions.  4) Describe what research on restored vision, sensory restriction and perceptual adaptation reveals about the effects of experience on perception.

1. Visual Organization
2. Visual Interpretation

Module 19 Power Point 

Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Modules 18 and 19 Quiz

Video "Interpretations"

Thursday, October 31, 2019
Module 20 - Hearing

Objectives:  1) Describe the characteristics of air pressure waves, and explain the process by which the ear transforms sound energy into neural messages.  2) Discuss the theories that help us understand pitch perception.  3) Describe how we locate sounds.

1. The Stimulus Input:  Sound Waves
2. The Ear

Module 20 Check for Understanding Handout
Review Activity "The Ear"
Review Activity "The Ear" Power Point

Friday, November 1, 2019
Module 21 - The Other Senses

Objectives:  1) Describe the sense of touch.  2) Discuss how we best understand and control pain.  3) Describe the senses of taste and smell.  4) Explain how we sense our body's position and movement.  5) Describe how our senses interact.

1. Touch
2. Pain
3. Taste
4. Smell
5. Body Position and Movement
6. Sensory Interaction

Module 21 Power Point

LESSON PLANS FOR NOVEMBER 4, 2019

Quote of the Week:
The shortest way to do many things is to do only one thing at a time.

Monday, November 4, 2019
Unit 4 Quizlet
Unit 4 Test (Assignment Due)

Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Introduce Unit 5 - States of Consciousness

Unit 5 Review Videos
Consciousness - Crash Course Psychology
To Sleep, Perchance to Dream - Crash Course Psychology
Altered States - Crash Course Psychology
Rorschach and Freudians - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 5 Sleep Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 5 Dream Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 5 Hypnosis Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 5 Psychoactive Drug Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 5 Drug Notes Part 1 by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 5 Drug Notes Part 2 by Mrs. Rice

Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Module 22 - Understanding Consciousness and Hypnosis
Module 22 - Understanding Consciousness and Hypnosis Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe the place of consciousness in psychology's history.  2) Define hypnosis, and describe how a hypnotist can influence a hypnotized subject.  3) Discuss whether hypnosis is an extension of normal consciousness or an altered state.

1. Defining Consciousness
2. Hypnosis

Thursday, November 7, 2019
Module 23 - Sleep Patterns and Sleep Theories
Module 23 - Sleep Patterns and Sleep Theories Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe how our biological rhythms influence our daily functioning.  2) Describe the biological rhythm of our sleeping and dreaming stages.  3) Explain how biology and environment interact in our sleep patterns.  4) Describe sleep's functions.

1. Biological Rhythms and Sleep
2. Sleep Theories

Friday, November 8, 2019
Module 24 - Sleep Deprivation, Sleep Disorders, and Dreams
Module 24 - Sleep Deprivation, Sleep Disorders, and Dreams Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe the effects of sleep loss, and identify the major sleeping disorders.  2) Describe the most common content of dreams.  3) Identify proposed explanations for why we dream.

1. Sleep Deprivation and Sleep Disorders
2. Dreams

Video "The Great Mystery"

LESSON PLANS FOR NOVEMBER 11, 2019

Quote of the Week:
All learning is trial and error.  The negative experiences do not inhibit but rather contribute to the learning process.

Monday, November 11, 2019
Modules 22, 23, and 24 Quiz

Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Module 25 - Psychoactive Drugs
Module 25 - Psychoactive Drugs Power Point
"Mouse Party" Handout
"Mouse Party" Link
"Mouse Party" YouTube Link

Objectives:  1) Define substance use disorder, and explain the roles of tolerance, withdrawal, and addiction.  2) Identify the depressants, and describe their effects.  3) Identify stimulants, and describe their effects.  4) Identify hallucinogens, and describe their effects.

1. Tolerance and Addiction
2. Types of Psychoactive Drugs


Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Unit 5 Test (Assignment Due)

Thursday, November 14, 2019
Introduce Unit 6 - Learning
"The Learning Machine" Assignment
Unit 6 Notes
Unit 6 Power Point
Unit 6 Study Guide

Unit 6 Review Videos
How to Train a Brain - Crash Course Psychology
The Bobo Beatdown - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 6 Classical Conditioning Notes Part 1 by Mrs Rice
AP Psychology Unit 6 Classical Conditioning Notes Part 2 by Mrs Rice
AP Psychology Unit 6 Extending Classical Conditioning Notes Part 1 by Mrs Rice
AP Psychology Unit 6 Extending Classical Conditioning Notes Part 2 by Mrs Rice
AP Psychology Unit 6 Operant Conditioning Notes Part 1 by Mrs Rice
AP Psychology Unit 6 Operant Conditioning Notes Part 2 by Mrs Rice
AP Psychology Unit 6 Observational Learning Notes by Mrs Rice
Myers' Psychology for AP - Unit 6 - Learning


Friday, November 15, 2019
Video "The Learning Machine"

LESSON PLANS FOR NOVEMBER 18, 2019

Quote of the Week:
Ability involves responsibility:  power to its last particle is duty.

Monday, November 18, 2019
Module 26 - How We Learn and Classical Conditioning
Module 26 Power Point
Types of Learning Handout
Classical Conditioning Handout

Objectives:  1) Define learning, and identify some basic forms of learning.  2) Describe the basic components of classical conditioning, and explain behaviorism's view of learning.  3) Summarize the process of acquisition, extinction, spontaneous recovery, generalization, and discrimination.  4) Explain why Pavlov's work remains so important, and describe some applications of his work to human health and well-being.

1. How Do We Learn?
2. Classical Conditioning

Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Module 27 - Operant Conditioning
Module 27 Power Point
Operant Conditioning Handout
Operant Conditioning Consequences Handout
Reinforcement and Punishment and Schedules of Reinforcement Examples Handout
Schedules of Reinforcement Handout

Objectives:  1) Describe operant conditioning, and explain how operant behavior is reinforced and shaped.  2) Discuss the differences between positive and negative reinforcement, and identify the basic types of reinforcers.  3) Explain how the different reinforcement schedules affect behavior.  4) Discuss how punishment and negative reinforcement differ, and explain how punishment affects behavior.  5) Describe the controversy over Skinner's view of human behavior.

1. Operant Conditioning
2. Skinner's Experiements
3. Skinner's Legacy


Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Module 28 - Operant Conditioning's Applications, and Comparison to Classical Conditioning
Module 28 Power Point
Learning Cheat Sheet Handout
Classical and Operant Examples Handout

Objectives:  1) Identify some ways to apply operant conditioning principles at school, in sports, at work, at home, and for self-improvement.  2) Identify the characteristics that distinguish operant conditioning from classical conditioning.

1. Applications of Operant Conditioning
2. Contrasting Classical and Operant Conditioning


Thursday, November 21, 2019
Modules 26, 27, and 28 Quiz

Friday, November 22, 2019
Module 29 - Biology, Cognition, and Learning
Module 29 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Explain how biological constraints affect classical and operant conditioning.  2) Explain how cognitive processes affect classical and operant conditioning.  3) Identify two ways that people learn to cope with personal problems.  4) Describe how a perceived lack of control can affect people's behavior and health.

1. Biological Constraints on Conditioning
2. Cognition's Influence on Conditioning
3. Learning and Personal Control

LESSON PLANS FOR NOVEMBER 25, 2019

Quote of the Week:
You can always wish for what you don't have, but always respect what you do have.

Monday, November 25, 2019
Module 30 - Learning by Observation
Module 30 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe the process of observational learning, and explain how some scientists believe it is enabled by mirror neurons.  2) Discuss the impact of prosocial modeling and of antisocial modeling.

1. Mirrors and Imitation in the Brain
2. Applications of Observational Learning

Tuesday, November 26, 2019
Unit 6 Test (Assignment Due)

Wednesday, November 27, 2019
FRQ #3

Thursday, November 28, 2019 - No School

Friday, November 29, 2019 - No School

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2018-19 LESSON PLANS

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Module 46 - Infancy and Childhood:  Physical Development
Module 46 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe some developmental changes in the brain and motor abilities during infancy and childhood.  2) Describe how an infant's developing brain begins processing memories.

1. Brain Development
2. Motor Development
3. Brain Maturation and Infant Memory

Video "The Growing Years"

Thursday, February 7, 2019
Module 47 - Infancy and Childhood: Cognitive Development
Module 47 Power Point
Stages of Development Review Activity
Piaget Review Activity

Objectives:  1) Describe how a child's mind develops from the prospective of Piaget, Vygotsky, and today's researchers.  2) Explain how autism spectrum disorder affects development.

1. Piaget's Theory and Current Thinking
2. Autism Spectrum Disorder and "Mind Blindness"
3. An Alternative Viewpoint:  Lev Vygotsky's Scaffolding
3. Reflecting on Piaget's Theory

Friday, February 8, 2019
Module 48 - Infancy and Childhood:  Social Development
Module 48 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe how parent-infant attachment bonds form.  2) Describe how psychologists study attachment differences, and discuss their findings about the effect of temperment and parenting.  3) Discuss how childhood neglect, abuse, or family disruption affect children's attachments.  4) Discuss the effect of day care on children.  5) Trace the onset and development of children's self-concept.  6) Describe three parenting styles, and explain how children's traits relate to them.

1. Origins of Attachment
2. Attachment Differences:  Temperment and Parenting
3. Deprivation of Attachment
4. Day Care
5. Self-Concept
6. Parenting Styles
7. Culture and Child Raising

LESSON PLANS FOR FEBRUARY 11, 2019

Monday, February 11, 2019
Modules 45, 46, 47 and 48 Quiz

Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Snow Day - No School

Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Late Start

Video "The Becoming Years"

Thursday, February 14, 2019
Module 49 - Gender Development
Module 49 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Discuss gender similarities and differences in psychological traits.  2) Discuss the importance of gender roles and gender typing in development.

1. How Are We Alike?  How Do We Differ?
2. The Nature of Gender:  Our Culture

Module 50 - Parents, Peers, and Early Experiences
Module 50 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe how early experiences can modify the brain.  2) Describe the ways in which parents and peers shape children's development.

1. Experience and Brain Development
2. How Much Credit or Blame Do Parent's Deserve?
3. Peer Influences

Friday, February 15, 2019
Module 51 - Adolescence:  Physical and Cognitive Development
Module 51 Power Point
Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development Handout

Objectives:  1) Define adolescence, and identify the major physical changes during this period.  2) Describe adolescent cognitive and moral development, according to Piaget, Kohlberg, and later researchers.

1. Physical Development
2. Cognitive Development

LESSON PLANS FOR FEBRUARY 18, 2019

Monday, February 18, 2019
Module 52 - Adolescence:  Social Development and Emerging Adulthood

Module 52 Power Point
Erikson's Stages of Psychosocial Development Handout
Erikson's Stages of Psychosocial Development Activity

Objectives: 1) Describe the social tasks and challenges of adolescence.  2) Contrast parental and peer influences during adolescence.  3) Discuss the characteristics of emerging adulthood.

1. Forming an Identity
2. Parent and Peer Relationships
3. Emerging Adulthood

Module 53 - Sexual Development
Module 53 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Explain how biological sex is determined, and describe the role of sex hormones in gender development.  2) Describe some of the ways that sexual development varies.  3) Discuss the factors that reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections.  4) Discuss the factors that influence teenagers' sexual behaviors and use of contraceptives.  5) Summarize what research has taught us about sexual orientation.

1. Sexual Orientation

Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Module 54 - Adulthood:  Physical, Cognitive, and Social Development
Module 54 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Identify the physical changes that occur during middle and late adulthood.  2) Assess the impact of aging on memory.  3) Discuss the themes and influences that mark the social journey from early adulthood to death.  4) Describe trends in people's self-confidence and life satisfaction across the life span.  5) Describe the range of reactions to the death of a loved one.

1. Physical Development
2. Cognitive Development
3. Social Development

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
ACT Test - Juniors
Room Changes for today:
2nd Hour:  Room 206 (Radtke)
4th Hour:  Room 202 (Clarkson)
5th Hour:  Room 209 (Wicks)
6th Hour:  Room 200 (Neuman)

Modules 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, and 54 Take-Home Quiz

Thursday, February 21, 2019
Work Keys Test - Juniors
Room Changes for today:
2nd Hour:  Room 206 (Radtke)
4th Hour:  Room 202 (Clarkson)
5th Hour:  Room 209 (Wicks)

FRQ #4

Friday, February 22, 2019
Unit 9 Test (Assignment Due)

LESSON PLANS FOR FEBRUARY 25, 2019

Monday, February 25, 2019
Introduce Unit 10
"The Enduring Self" Video Assignment
Unit 10 Notes
Unit 10 Power Point
Unit 10 Study Guide

Unit 10 Review Videos
Rorschach and Freudians Crash Course Psychology
Measuring Personality Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 10 Psychoanalysis Theory of Personality Part 1 Notes by Mrs Rice
AP Psychology Unit 10 Psychoanalysis Theory of Personality Part 2 Notes by Mrs Rice
AP Psychology Unit 10 Humanism Personality Notes by Mrs Rice
AP Psychology Unit 10 Trait Theory of Personality Part 1 Notes by Mrs Rice
AP Psychology Unit 10 Social Cognitive Perspective Notes by Mrs Rice

Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Module 55 - Freud's Psychoanalytic Perspective
Module 55 Power Point
The Psychoanalytic Perspective Power Point
Iceberg Analogy Activity
Defense Mechanisms Handout
Personality Theories Review

Objectives:  1) Explain how Freud's treatment of psychological disorders led to his view of the unconscious mind.  2) Describe Freud's view of personality.  3) Identify Freud's developmental stages.  4) Describe Freud's views on how people defend themselves against anxiety.  5) Discuss how contemporary psychologists view Freud's psychoanalytic perspective.

1. Psychoanalytic Theory Core Ideas
2. Evaluating Freud's Psychoanalytic Perspective

Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Module 55 - Freud's Psychoanalytic Perspective continued . . .
Module 55 Power Point
The Psychoanalytic Perspective Power Point
Iceberg Analogy Activity
Defense Mechanisms Handout
Personality Theories Review

Objectives:  1) Explain how Freud's treatment of psychological disorders led to his view of the unconscious mind.  2) Describe Freud's view of personality.  3) Identify Freud's developmental stages.  4) Describe Freud's views on how people defend themselves against anxiety.  5) Discuss how contemporary psychologists view Freud's psychoanalytic perspective.

1. Psychoanalytic Theory Core Ideas
2. Evaluating Freud's Psychoanalytic Perspective

Thursday, February 28, 2019
Module 56 - Psychodynamic Theories and Modern Views of the Unconscious
Module 56 Power Point
Module 56 Reading and Practice

Objectives:  1) Identify which of Freud's ideas were accepted or rejected by his followers.  2) Describe projective tests and how they are used, and discuss some criticisms of them.  3) Describe the modern view of the unconscious.

1. The Neo-Freudians and Psychodynamic Theorists
2. Assessing Unconscious Processes
3. The Modern Unconscious Mind

Video "The Enduring Self"

Friday, March 1, 2019
Modules 55 and 56 Quiz

LESSON PLANS FOR MARCH 4, 2019

Monday, March 4, 2019
Module 57 - Humanistic Theories
Module 57 Power Point
Modules 57, 58 and 59 Individual Study Packet

Objectives:  1) Describe how humanistic psychologists viewed personality, and explain their goal in studying personality.  2) Describe how humanistic theories have influenced psychology, and discuss the criticisms they have faced.

1. Abraham Maslow's Self-Actualizing People
2. Carl Rogers' Person-Centered Perspective
3. Assessing the Self

Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Module 58 - Trait Theories
Module 58 Power Point
Module 58 Handout

Objectives:  1) Explain how psychologists use traits to describe personality.  2) Describe personality inventories and discuss their strengths and weaknesses as train-assessment tools.  3) Identify the traits that seem to provide the most useful information about personality variation.  4) Discuss whether research supports the consistency of personality traits over time and across situations.

1. Exploring Traits
2. Assessing Traits
3. The Big Five Factors
4. Evaluating Trait Theories

Wednesday, March 6, 2019 - Late Start
Module 59 - Social-Cognitive Theories and Exploring the Self
Module 59 Power Point
MBTI Personality Test
MBTI Personality Test Interpretation

Objectives:  1) Identify the psychologist who first proposed the social-cognitive perspective, and describe how social-cognitive theorists view personality development.  2) Describe how social-cognitive researchers explore behavior, and state the criticism they have faced.  3) Explain why psychology has generated so much research on the self, and discuss the importance of self-esteem to psychology and to human well-begin.  4) Discuss some evidence for self-serving bias, and contrast defensive and secure self-esteem.  5) Discuss how individualist and collectivist cultures influence people.

1. Social-Cognitive Theories
2. Exploring the Self

Thursday, March 7, 2019
Unit 10 Test (Assignment Due)

Friday, March 8, 2019
Introduce Unit 11 - Testing and Individual Differences
"The Search for Intelligence" Video Assignment
Unit 11 Notes
Unit 11 Power Point
Unit 11 Study Guide

Unit 11 Review Videos
Controversy of Intelligence - Crash Course Psychology
Brain vs. Bias - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 11 Introduction to Intelligence Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 11 Extremes of Intelligence Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 11 Assessing Intelligence Notes by Mrs. Rice

LESSON PLANS FOR MARCH 11, 2019

Monday, March 11, 2019
Module 60 - Introduction to Intelligence
Module 60 Power Point
Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Inventory
Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Chart
Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire

Objectives:  1) Discuss the difficulty of defining intelligence.  2) Present arguments for and against considering intelligence as one general mental ability.  3) Compare Gardner's and Sternberg's theories of intelligence.  4) Describe four components of emotional intelligence.  5) Describe the relationship between intelligence and brain anatomy.  6) Describe the relationship between intelligence and neural processing speed.

1. Is Intelligence One General Ability or Several Specific Abilities?
2. Emotional Intelligence
3. Is Intelligence Neurologically Measurable?

Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Module 61 - Assessing Intelligence
Module 61 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Discuss the history of intelligence testing.  2) Distinguish between aptitude and achievement tests.  3) Explain the meaning of standardization, and describe the normal curve.  4) Explain the meanings of reliability and validity.

1. The Origins of Intelligence Testing
2. Modern Tests of Mental Abilities
3. Principles of Test Construction

Video "The Search for Intelligence"

Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Module 62 - The Dynamics of Intelligence
Module 62 Power Point
"Are You a Mensa Candidate" Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe the stability of intelligence scores over the life span.  2) Describe the traits of those at the low and high intelligence extremes.

1. Stability or Change?
2. Extremes of Intelligence

Thursday, March 14, 2019
Module 63 - Studying Genetic and Environmental Influences on Intelligence
Module 63 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Discuss the evidence for genetic influence on intelligence, and explain what is meant by heritability.  2) Discuss the evidence for environmental influences on intelligence.

1. Twin and Adoption Studies
2. Environmental Influences

Module 64 - Group Differences and the Question of Bias
Module 64 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe how and why the genders differ in mental ability scores.  2) Describe how and why racial and ethnic groups differ in mental ability scores.  3) Discuss whether intelligence tests are inappropriately biased.

1. Group Differences in Intelligence Test Scores
2. The Question of Bias

Friday, March 15, 2019
Unit 11 Test (Assignment Due)

LESSON PLANS FOR MARCH 18, 2019

All make-up work is due by Friday, March 22, 2019

Monday, March 18, 2019
Introduce Unit 12 - Abnormal Behavior
"Going to Extremes" Video Assignment
"Out of Balance" Video Assignment
Case Studies Assignment
Unit 12 Notes
Unit 12 Power Point
Unit 12 Study Guide

Unit 12 Review Videos
Psychological Disorder - Crash Course Psychology
OCD and Anxiety Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Depressive and Bipolar Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Trauma and Addiction Crash Course Psychology
Schizophrenia and Dissociative Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Eating and Body Dismorphic Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Personality Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Mood Disorders Across the Lifespan - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 12 Introduction to Psychological Disorders Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 12 Anxiety, OCD, and Trauma Related Disorders Notes by Mrs. Rice 
AP Psychology Unit 12 Dissociative and Personality Disorders Part 1 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 12 Dissociative and Personality Disorders Part 2 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 12 Mood Disorders Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 12 Developmental Disorders Part 1 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 12 Developmental Disorders Part 2 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 12 Somatoform Disorders Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 12 Schizophrenia Part 1 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 12 Schizophrenia Part 2 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 12 Schizophrenia Part 3 Notes by Mrs. Rice

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Module 65 - Introduction to Psychological Disorders
Module 65 Power Point
DSM-V Overview
DSM-V Update Overview

Objectives:  1) Discuss how we draw the line between normality and disorder.  2) Discuss the controversy over the diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.  3) Contrast the medical model with the biopsychosocial approach to psychological disorders.  4) Describe how and why clinicians classify psychological disorders.  5) Explain why some psychologist criticize the use of diagnostic labels.  6) Discuss the prevalence of psychological disorders, and summarize the findings on the link between poverty and serious psychological disorders.

1. Defining Psychological Disorders
2. Understanding Psychological Disorders
3. Classifying Psychological Disorders
4. Labeling Psychological Disorders
5. Rates of Psychological Disorders

Video "Out of Balance"

Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Module 66 - Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Module 66 Power Point
Disorders Chart Handout

Objectives:  1) Identify the different anxiety disorders.  2) Describe obsessive-compulsive disorder.  3) Describe posttraumatic stress disorder.  4) Describe how the learning and biological perspectives explain anxiety disorders, OCD, and PTSD.

1. Generalized Anxiety Disorder
2. Panic Disorder
3. Phobias
4. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
5. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
6. Understanding Anxiety Disorders, OCD, and PTSD

Thursday, March 21, 2019
Module 67 - Mood Disorders
Module 67 Power Point
Case Studies Handout

Objectives:  1) Define mood disorders, and contrast major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder.  2) Describe how the biological and social-cognitive perspectives explain mood disorders.  3) Discuss the factors that affect suicide and self-injury, and identify important signs to watch for in suicide-prevention efforts.

1. Major Depressive Disorder
2. Bipolar Disorder
3. Understanding Mood Disorders

Friday, March 22, 2019
Video "Going to Extremes"

LESSON PLANS FOR MARCH 25, 2019
SPRING BREAK

LESSON PLANS FOR APRIL 1, 2019

Monday, April 1, 2019
AP Psychology Take-Home Test Due
Modules 65, 66, and 67 Quiz

Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Module 68 - Schizophrenia
Module 68 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Describe the patterns of thinking, perceiving, and feeling that characterize schizophrenia.  2) Contrast chronic and acute schizophrenia.  3) Discuss how brain abnormalities and viral infections help explain schizophrenia.  4) Discuss the evidence for genetic influences on schizophrenia, and describe some factors that may be early warning signs of schizophrenia in children.

1. Symptoms of Schizophrenia
2. Onset and Development of Schizophrenia
3. Understanding Schizophrenia

Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Module 69 - Other Disorders
Module 69 Power Point
Personality Disorders Party Handout

Objectives:  1) Describe somatic symptoms and related disorders.  2) Describe dissociative disorders, and discuss why they are controversial.  3) Explain how anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder demonstrate the influence of psychological and genetic forces.  4) Contrast the three clusters of personality disorders, and describe the behaviors and brain activity that characterize the antisocial personality.

1. Somatic Symptoms and Related Disorders
2. Dissociative Disorders
3. Eating Disorders
4. Personality Disorders

Thursday, April 4, 2019
Review for Unit 12 Test

Friday, April 5, 2019
Unit 12 Test (Assignments Due)

LESSON PLANS FOR APRIL 8, 2019

Monday, April 8, 2019
Introduce Unit 13 - Treatment of Abnormal Behavior
"Getting It Together" Video Assignment
Unit 13 Notes
Unit 13 Power Point
Unit 13 Study Guide
Crash Course Psychology Video Assignment
Crash Course Psychology Video Assignment Review

Unit 13 Review Videos
Getting Help:  Psychotherapy - Crash Course Psychology
Biomedical Treatments - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 13 Psychotherapies Part 1 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 13 Psychotherapies Part 2 Notes by Mrs. Rice

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Module 70 - Introduction to Therapy, and Psychodynamic and Humanistic Theories
Module 70 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Discuss how psychotherapy, biomedical therapy, and eclectic approach to therapy differ.  2) Discuss the goals and techniques of psychoanalysis, and describe how they have been adopted in pscyhodynamic therapy.  3) Identify the basic themes of humanistic therapy, and describe the specific goals and techniques of Rogers' client-centered approach.

1. Introduction to Therapy
2. Psychotherapy and Psychodynamic Therapy
3. Humanistic Therapy

Module 71 - Behavior, Cognitive, and Group Therapies
Module 71 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Explain how the basic assumption of behavior therapy differs from those of psychodynamic and humanistic therapies, and describe the techniques used in exposure therapies and aversive conditioning.  2) State the main premise of therapy based on operant conditioning principles, and describe the views of its proponents and critics.  3) Discuss the goals and techniques of cognitive therapy and of cognitive-behavioral therapy.  4) Discuss the aims and benefits of group and family therapy.

1. Behavior Therapies
2. Cognitive Therapies
3. Group and Family Therapies

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Module 72 - Evaluating Psychotherapies and Prevention Strategies
Module 72 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Discuss whether psychotherapy works as interpreted by clients, clinicians, and outcome research.  2) Describe which psychotherapies are most effective for specific disorders.  3) Discuss how alternative therapies faced scientific scrutiny.  4) Describe the three elements shared by all forms of psychotherapy.  5) Discuss how culture, gender, and values influence the therapist-client relationship.  6) Identify some guidelines for selecting a therapist.  7) Explain the rationale of preventive mental health programs.

1. Evaluating Psychotherapies
2. Preventing Psychological Disorders

Module 73 - The Biomedical Therapies
Module 73 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Identify and describe the drug therapies, and explain how double-blind studies help researchers evaluate a drug's effectiveness.  2) Describe the use of brain stimulation techniques and psychosurgery in treating specific disorders.  3) Describe how, by taking care of themselves with a healthy lifestyle, people might find some relief from depression, and explain how this reflects our being biopsychosocial systems.

1. Drug Therapies
2. Brian Stimulation
3. Psychosurgery
4. Therapeutic Lifestyle Change

Thursday, April 11, 2019
Video "Getting It Together"

Friday, April 12, 2019
Unit 13 Quiz (Assignment Due)

LESSON PLANS FOR APRIL 15, 2019

Monday, April 15, 2019
Introduce Unit 14 - Social Psychology
"People to People" Video Assignment
Unit 14 Notes
Unit 14 Power Point
Unit 14 Study Guide

Unit 14 Review Videos
Social Thinking - Crash Course Psychology
Social Influence - Crash Course Psychology
Prejudice and Discrimination - Crash Course Psychology
Aggression vs. Altruism - Crash Course Psychology
AP Psychology Unit 14 Prosocial Relations Part 1 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 14 Prosocial Relations Part 2 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 14 Prosocial Relations Part 3 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 14 Antisocial Relations Part 1 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 14 Antisocial Relations Part 2 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 14 Antisocial Relations Part 3 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 14 Social Influence Part 1 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 14 Social Influence Part 2 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 14 Social Influence Part 3 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 14 Social Thinking Part 1 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 14 Social Thinking Part 2 Notes by Mrs. Rice
AP Psychology Unit 14 Social Thinking Part 3 Notes by Mrs. Rice

Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Module 74 - Attribution, Attitudes, and Actions
Module 74 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Identify what social psychologists study, and discuss how we tend to explain others behavior and our own.  2) Explain whether what we think affects what we do, and whether what we do affects what we think.

1. The Fundamental Attribution Error
2. Attitudes and Actions

Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Module 75 - Conformity and Obedience
Module 75 Power Point
Ashe Conformity Experiment Reading
Milgram Obedience Experiment Reading
Stanford Prison Experiment Reading

Objectives:  Describe automatic mimicry, and explain how conformity experiments reveal the power of social influence.  2) Describe what we learned about the power of social influence from Milgram's obedience experiments.

1. Conformity:  Complying with Social Pressures
2. Obedience:  Following Others

Video "People to People"

Thursday, April 18, 2019
Module 76 - Group Behavior
Module 76 Power Point
Group Polarization vs. Groupthink Handout

Objectives:  1) Describe how our behavior is affected by the presence of others.  2) Explain group polarization and groupthink, and discuss the power of the individual.  3) Describe how behavior is influenced by cultural norms.

1. Social Facilitation
2. Social Loafing
3. Deindividuation
4. Group Polarization
5. Groupthink
6. The Power of Individuals
7. Cultural Influences

Friday, April 19, 2019
Good Friday - No School

LESSON PLANS FOR APRIL 22, 2019

Monday, April 22, 2019
Module 77 - Prejudice and Discrimination
Module 77 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Define prejudice, and identify its social and emotional roots.  2) Identify the cognitive roots of prejudice.

1. Prejudice

Module 78 - Aggression
Module 78 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Explain how psychology's definition of aggression differs from everyday usage, and identify the biological factors that make us more prone to hurt one another.  2) Outline psychological and social-cultural triggers of aggression.

1. The Biology of Aggression
2. Psychological and Social-Cultural Factors in Aggression

Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Module 79 - Attraction
Module 79 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Explain why we befriend of all in love with some people but not others.  2) Describe how romantic love typically changes as time passes.

1. The Psychology of Attraction
2. Romantic Love

Module 80 - Altruism, Conflict, and Peacemaking
Module 80 Power Point

Objectives:  1) Identify the times when people are most - and least - likely to help.  2) Discuss how social exchange theory and social norms explain helping behavior.  3) Explain how social traps and mirror-image perceptions fuel social comfort.  4) Discuss how we can transform feelings of prejudice, aggression, and conflict into attitudes that promote peace.

1. Altruism
2. Conflict and Peacemaking

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Unit 14 Test (Assignment Due)

Thursday, April 25, 2019
AP Psychology Test Basics
Topics and Learning Objectives for the AP Test


Friday, April 26, 2019
Review Units for AP Psychology Exam
Chapter 1 - Research Methods Study Guide
Chapter 2 - Biological Psychology Study Guide
Chapter 3 - Developmental Psychology Study Guide
Chapter 4 - Cognition Study Guide
Chapter 5 - Motivation, Emotion, and Stress Study Guide
Chapter 6 - Sensation and Perception Study Guide
Chapter 7 - States of Consciousness Study Guide
Chapter 8 - Learning Study Guide
Chapter 9 - Testing and Individual Differences Study Guide
Chapter 10 - Personality Study Guide
Chapter 11 - Abnormal Study Guide
Chapter 12 - Methods of Therapy Study Guide
Chapter 13 - Social Psychology Study Guide
Chapter 14 - History of Psychology Study Guide

Review for AP Psychology Exam
AP Psychology Exam Review Power Point Presentation
McGraw Hill - 5 Steps to a 5 (500 AP Psychology Questions You Should Know)
Baron's AP Psychology 5th Edition
AP Psychology Crash Course
AP Psychology Exam Review Power Point
AP Psychology Exam Cram Packet
AP Psychology Exam Review Packet
AP Psychology Concept Maps
Crash Course Study Guide for AP Psychology
Myer's Psychology for AP* Vocabulary
Psychology Study Chart
People and Studies Review Sheet
Fill In the Blank AP Psychology Study Guide

Review Videos for AP Psychology Exam
AP Psychology National Exam and Final Study Guide
AP Psychology Exam Review Cram Session
AP Psychology Exam Review Packet
Attacking Open Response Questions on the AP Psychology Exam
Attacking the FRQ in AP Psychology
AP Psychology Review with Timestamps Complete Review
10 Things You Should Know for the AP Psychology Exam
AP Psychology Confusing Pairs - Part 1
AP Psychology Confusing Pairs - Part 2

Crash Course Psychology Review Videos
Crash Course Psychology Preview
Introduction to Psychology - Crash Course Psychology
Psychological Research - Crash Course Psychology
The Chemical Mind - Crash Course Psychology
Meet Your Master:  Getting to Know Your Brain - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System Part 1 - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System Part 2 - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System Part 3 - Crash Course Psychology
Central Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Peripheral Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Autonomic Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Sympathetic Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Parasympathetic Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
The Endocrine System Part 1 - Crash Course Psychology
The Endocrine System Part 2 - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
The Endocrine System - Crash Course Psychology
Sensation and Perception - Crash Course Psychology
Homunculus - Crash Course Psychology
Taste and Smell - Crash Course Psychology
Hearing and Balance - Crash Course Psychology
Vision - Crash Course Psychology
Perceiving is Believing - Crash Course Psychology
Consciousness - Crash Course Psychology
To Sleep, Perchance to Dream - Crash Course Psychology
Altered States - Crash Course Psychology
How to Train a Brain - Crash Course Psychology
The Bobo Beatdown - Crash Course Psychology
How We Make Memories - Crash Course Psychology
Remembering and Forgetting - Crash Course Psychology
Cognition:  How Your Mind Can Amaze and Betray You - Crash Course Psychology
Language - Crash Course Psychology
The Power of Motivation - Crash Course Psychology
Feeling All the Feels - Crash Course Psychology
Emotion, Stress and Health - Crash Course Psychology
Let's Talk About Sex - Crash Course Psychology
The Growth of Knowledge - Crash Course Psychology
Monkeys and Morality - Crash Course Psychology
Adolescence - Crash Course Psychology
Rorschach and Freudians Crash Course Psychology
Measuring Personality Crash Course Psychology
Controversy of Intelligence - Crash Course Psychology
Brain vs. Bias - Crash Course Psychology
Psychological Disorder - Crash Course Psychology
OCD and Anxiety Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Depressive and Bipolar Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Trauma and Addiction Crash Course Psychology
Schizophrenia and Dissociative Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Eating and Body Dismorphic Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Personality Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Mood Disorders Across the Lifespan - Crash Course Psychology
Getting Help:  Psychotherapy - Crash Course Psychology
Biomedical Treatments - Crash Course Psychology
Social Thinking - Crash Course Psychology
Social Influence - Crash Course Psychology
Prejudice and Discrimination - Crash Course Psychology
Aggression vs. Altruism - Crash Course Psychology

Jeopardy Review for AP Exam
Jeopardy Review Document 1
Jeopardy Review Document 2
Jeopardy Review Game 3
Jeopardy Review Game 4
Jeopardy Review Game 5

LESSON PLANS FOR APRIL 29, 2019

Monday, April 29, 2019
AP Psychology Exam Review (Units 1 and 2)

Tuesday, April 30, 2019
AP Psychology Exam Review (Units 3 and 4)

Wednesday, May 1, 2019
AP Psychology Exam Review (Units 5 and 6)

Thursday, May 2, 2019
AP Psychology Exam Review (Units 7 and 8)

Friday, May 3, 2019
AP Psychology Exam Review (Units 9 and 10)

Sunday, May 5, 2019
AP Psychology Practice Exam (4:00)
-use door #1 entrance


LESSON PLANS FOR MAY 6, 2019

Monday, May 6, 2019
AP Psychology Exam Review (Units 11 and 12)

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
AP Psychology Exam Review (Units 13 and 14)

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Review for AP Psychology Exam

Practice Tests
2012 Practice Test
2013 Practice Test
2014 Practice Test
2015 Practice Test
2016 Practice Test

Thursday, May 9, 2019
AP Psychology Exam

AP Psychology Test Basics
Topics and Learning Objectives for the AP Test


Review Units for AP Psychology Exam
Chapter 1 - Research Methods Study Guide
Chapter 2 - Biological Psychology Study Guide
Chapter 3 - Developmental Psychology Study Guide
Chapter 4 - Cognition Study Guide
Chapter 5 - Motivation, Emotion, and Stress Study Guide
Chapter 6 - Sensation and Perception Study Guide
Chapter 7 - States of Consciousness Study Guide
Chapter 8 - Learning Study Guide
Chapter 9 - Testing and Individual Differences Study Guide
Chapter 10 - Personality Study Guide
Chapter 11 - Abnormal Study Guide
Chapter 12 - Methods of Therapy Study Guide
Chapter 13 - Social Psychology Study Guide
Chapter 14 - History of Psychology Study Guide

Review for AP Psychology Exam
AP Psychology Exam Review Power Point Presentation
McGraw Hill - 5 Steps to a 5 (500 AP Psychology Questions You Should Know)
Baron's AP Psychology 5th Edition
AP Psychology Crash Course
AP Psychology Exam Review Power Point
AP Psychology Exam Cram Packet
AP Psychology Exam Review Packet
AP Psychology Concept Maps
Crash Course Study Guide for AP Psychology
Myer's Psychology for AP* Vocabulary
Psychology Study Chart
People and Studies Review Sheet
Fill In the Blank AP Psychology Study Guide

Review Videos for AP Psychology Exam
AP Psychology National Exam and Final Study Guide
AP Psychology Exam Review Cram Session
AP Psychology Exam Review Packet
Attacking Open Response Questions on the AP Psychology Exam
Attacking the FRQ in AP Psychology
AP Psychology Review with Timestamps Complete Review
10 Things You Should Know for the AP Psychology Exam
AP Psychology Confusing Pairs - Part 1
AP Psychology Confusing Pairs - Part 2

Crash Course Psychology Review Videos
Crash Course Psychology Preview
Introduction to Psychology - Crash Course Psychology
Psychological Research - Crash Course Psychology
The Chemical Mind - Crash Course Psychology
Meet Your Master:  Getting to Know Your Brain - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System Part 1 - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System Part 2 - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System Part 3 - Crash Course Psychology
Central Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Peripheral Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Autonomic Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Sympathetic Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
Parasympathetic Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
The Endocrine System Part 1 - Crash Course Psychology
The Endocrine System Part 2 - Crash Course Psychology
The Nervous System - Crash Course Psychology
The Endocrine System - Crash Course Psychology
Sensation and Perception - Crash Course Psychology
Homunculus - Crash Course Psychology
Taste and Smell - Crash Course Psychology
Hearing and Balance - Crash Course Psychology
Vision - Crash Course Psychology
Perceiving is Believing - Crash Course Psychology
Consciousness - Crash Course Psychology
To Sleep, Perchance to Dream - Crash Course Psychology
Altered States - Crash Course Psychology
How to Train a Brain - Crash Course Psychology
The Bobo Beatdown - Crash Course Psychology
How We Make Memories - Crash Course Psychology
Remembering and Forgetting - Crash Course Psychology
Cognition:  How Your Mind Can Amaze and Betray You - Crash Course Psychology
Language - Crash Course Psychology
The Power of Motivation - Crash Course Psychology
Feeling All the Feels - Crash Course Psychology
Emotion, Stress and Health - Crash Course Psychology
Let's Talk About Sex - Crash Course Psychology
The Growth of Knowledge - Crash Course Psychology
Monkeys and Morality - Crash Course Psychology
Adolescence - Crash Course Psychology
Rorschach and Freudians Crash Course Psychology
Measuring Personality Crash Course Psychology
Controversy of Intelligence - Crash Course Psychology
Brain vs. Bias - Crash Course Psychology
Psychological Disorder - Crash Course Psychology
OCD and Anxiety Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Depressive and Bipolar Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Trauma and Addiction Crash Course Psychology
Schizophrenia and Dissociative Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Eating and Body Dismorphic Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Personality Disorders - Crash Course Psychology
Mood Disorders Across the Lifespan - Crash Course Psychology
Getting Help:  Psychotherapy - Crash Course Psychology
Biomedical Treatments - Crash Course Psychology
Social Thinking - Crash Course Psychology
Social Influence - Crash Course Psychology
Prejudice and Discrimination - Crash Course Psychology
Aggression vs. Altruism - Crash Course Psychology

Jeopardy Review for AP Exam
Jeopardy Review Document 1
Jeopardy Review Document 2
Jeopardy Review Game 3
Jeopardy Review Game 4
Jeopardy Review Game 5


Friday, May 10, 2019
"Decompression Day"

LESSON PLANS FOR MAY 13, 2019

Monday, May 13, 2019
Video "Inception"

Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Video "Inception"

Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Video "Inception"

Thursday, May 16, 2019
Video "Inception"

Friday, May 17, 2019
Video "Inception" (Assignment Due)

LESSON PLANS FOR MAY 20, 2019

Monday, May 20, 2019
Video "A Beautiful Mind"

Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Video "A Beautiful Mind"

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Video "A Beautiful Mind"

Thursday, May 23, 2019
Video "A Beautiful Mind"

Friday, May 24, 2019
Video "A Beautiful Mind" (Assignment Due)

LESSON PLANS FOR MAY 27, 2019

Monday, May 27, 2019
No School - Memorial Day

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Review for Final Exam

Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Review for Final Exam

Thursday, May 30, 2019
Review for Final Exam

Friday, May 31, 2019
Review for Final Exam

LESSON PLANS FOR JUNE 3, 2019

Monday, June 3, 2019
Review for Final Exam

Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Final Exams

Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Final Exams

Thursday, June 6, 2019
Final Exams

Friday, June 7, 2019
Have an enjoyable and safe summer!

Module 29 Biology, Cognition, and Learning

Objectives: 1) Explain how biological constraints affect classical and operant conditioning. 2) Explain how cognitive processes affect classical and operant conditioning. 3) Identify two ways that people learn to cope with personal problems. 4) Describe how a perceived lack of control can affect people's behavior and health.

1. Biological Constraints on Conditioning

2. Cognition's Influence on Conditioning

3. Learning and Personal Control

Module 29 Biology, Cognition, and Learning

Objectives: 1) Explain how biological constraints affect classical and operant conditioning. 2) Explain how cognitive processes affect classical and operant conditioning. 3) Identify two ways that people learn to cope with personal problems. 4) Describe how a perceived lack of control can affect people's behavior and health.

1. Biological Constraints on Conditioning

2. Cognition's Influence on Conditioning

3. Learning and Personal Control

Module 29 Biology, Cognition, and Learning

Objectives: 1) Explain how biological constraints affect classical and operant conditioning. 2) Explain how cognitive processes affect classical and operant conditioning. 3) Identify two ways that people learn to cope with personal problems. 4) Describe how a perceived lack of control can affect people's behavior and health.

1. Biological Constraints on Conditioning

2. Cognition's Influence on Conditioning

3. Learning and Personal Control

Module 29 Biology, Cognition, and Learning

Objectives: 1) Explain how biological constraints affect classical and operant conditioning. 2) Explain how cognitive processes affect classical and operant conditioning. 3) Identify two ways that people learn to cope with personal problems. 4) Describe how a perceived lack of control can affect people's behavior and health.

1. Biological Constraints on Conditioning

2. Cognition's Influence on Conditioning

3. Learning and Personal Control

Module 67 - Mood Disorders

Objecitves: 1) Define mood disorders, and contrast major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder. 2) Describe how the biological and social-cognitive perspectives explain mood disorders. 3) Discuss the factors that affect suicide adn self-injury, and identify important warning signs to watch for in suicide-prevention efforts.

1. Major Depressive Disorder

2. Bipolar Disorder

3. Understanding Mood Disorders

Module 67 - Mood Disorders

Objecitves: 1) Define mood disorders, and contrast major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder. 2) Describe how the biological and social-cognitive perspectives explain mood disorders. 3) Discuss the factors that affect suicide adn self-injury, and identify important warning signs to watch for in suicide-prevention efforts.

1. Major Depressive Disorder

2. Bipolar Disorder

3. Understanding Mood Disorders