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IB SL Psychology 1st Six Weeks Schedule--1st and 2nd periods

How well does psychology explain?
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Transcript of IB SL Psychology 1st Six Weeks Schedule--1st and 2nd periods

Day One-A 8/22
Essential Question: What is your psychology, and how well does psychology explain?

Amelie characters' and your likes and dislikes--share, pair, and explain one.

What makes for a satisfactory explanation?

Define psychology.

Psychology's perspective explanations.

Which perspective do you prefer and why? Which do you reject and accept and why?

HMWK: Start to read Chapter One for open notes quiz.
Day Two-A 8/24
Essential Question: Are psychology's explanations satisfactory?

Psychology Perspectives--psychodynamic, learning/behavioral, cognitive, humanistic, biological, sociocultural, etc.

Pros and Cons

http://prezi.com/5ewc6ssqbrla/psychology-in-perspectives/

Which perspective offers you the most and the least satisfactory explanation for self?

HMWK: Read Chapter One for quiz on Day Six.
Day 3-A 8/29
Essential Question: Which perspective offers the best explanation? Universals? Individual Differences?

Revisit perspectives, pros, cons

Psychological Debates

Case Study as per perspectives applied

Start Chapter One

Maybe Maria's and Your Favorite Things

HWMK: Chapter One Open Notes Quiz on Day Six
Day Four-A 8/31
Essential Question: How do psychologists investigate?

Maybe Current Studies--Which perspective? Commentary of? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/18/20-psychological-studies-_n_4098779.html

Reconsider Prezi questions, recent research articles, debates, and whether psychological patterns are universal.

Share out case study explanations.

Analyzing our answers--personal questionnaire

Art as a Source of Psychology or Psychology as a Source of Art: Atwood's "A Sad Child" and Rolling Stones' "Mother's Little Helper"


HMWK: Chapter One Open Notes Quiz on Day Six
Day Five-A 9/2
Essential Question: Does art offer us a better understanding of the perspectives and ourselves?


Psychology Curiosity Questions
(If you have an absent father are you less likely to be religious?)

What are some things you wonder/hypotheses--should we use a case study (Genie), interview (Piaget), survey (http://www.simplypsychology.org/SRRS.html), naturalistic observation (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/When_Prophecy_Fails), or an experiment (Asch)?

Methods-strengths and weaknesses

Ethics--Watson, Harlow, Milgram, Asch, Zimbardo

http://prezi.com/s9r4xykc7oky/psychology-methodology/

HMWK: Chapter One Open Notes Quiz on Day Six--next time
Day 6-A 9/7
Essential Question: How reliable and valid are the methods? Ensure certainty?

Inside Out
: "Endless Questions"

Choose correlational or experimental.

Method Specifics-Participants, Design, Ethics, Issues, Goals

Chapter One Open Notes Quiz

HMWK: Chapter One Closed Notes Quiz on Day Nine, next chapter is Chapter Five Learning
Day 7-A 9/9
Essential Question: Which method is better?

Inside Out or Discovering Psychology

Descriptive/Correlational vs. Experimental/Causational Methods--Four Psychological Research Scenarios

Any methodology questions?

Sample Experiments
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17439760.2012.747000#.VBBq3MJdUrU
http://www.jad-journal.com/article/S0165-0327(14)00057-3/abstract
http://www.spring.org.uk/2014/09/the-quick-eye-movement-that-reveals-whether-its-love-or-lust.php

If you had all the credentials, time, and money needed, what experiment would you run? Design this experiment for your presentation.

What kind of psychologist would you want to be and why? http://prezi.com/gy4h7omaik-o/psychologists/

HMWK: Closed Notes Quiz on Day Nine--read Appendix A and take notes, too.
Day 8-A 9/12
Essential Question: How are experiments strong and weak?

Final experiment decisions and Prezi Presentations due on Day Nine

Maybe see some essays and some stats--IB vs AP.

HMWK: Chapter One Closed Notes and Appendix A Quiz
Day 9-A 9/14
Essential Question: How are experiments strong and limited?

Finish experiment presentations and start sharing--What are the IV, DV, and possible confounding variables?

Which kind of psychologists and why?

Give methodological AP Essays for upcoming test.

Review Chapter One Open Notes Quiz.

Chapter One and Appendix A Closed Notes Quiz

HWMK: Study for test next week, but realize Chapter Five is due next week, too; start reading and taking notes for Chapter Five. Pay particular attention to people and study specifics.
Day 10-A 9/19
Essential Question: On what is behavioral/learning psychological explanation based?

Test Essays--In groups, bullet quick answers for all prompts.

See sample essay response(s).
http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/exam/exam_information/2088.html

some more presentations

Maybe begin Pavlov, Watson, Thorndike, Skinner, Rescorla, Garcia, Ader & Cohen, Tolman, Breland, Bandura, Kohler, Seligman, and Wolpe--what did they do?

HWMK: Study for test next week, but realize Chapter Five is due next week, too.
Day 11-A 9/21
Essential Question: How does psychology explain behavior and thinking?

some more presentations

Chapter One and Appendix A Test--40 multiple choice and one essay (one of the essays given to you)

If you finish your test early, read Chapter Five Learning and take notes.

HMWK: Continue reading Chapter Five, and realize Chapter Five Learning Open Notes Quiz on Day 13.
Day 12-A 9/23
Essential Question: How well does behavioral/learning theory explain?

some more reading of Chapter Five and presentations

Pavlov, Watson, Thorndike, Skinner, Rescorla, Garcia, Ader & Cohen, Tolman, Breland, Bandura, Kohler, Seligman, and Wolpe

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6C7BA7EB5340DC2D

Operant Conditioning Exercise

HMWK: Continue reading Chapter Five, and realize Chapter Five Learning Open Notes Quiz on Day 13; we're addressing the behavioral/learning perspective quickly.
Day 13-A 9/26
Essential Question: How well does behavioral/learning theory explain?

maybe more Prezis

Pavlov, Watson, Thorndike, Skinner, Rescorla, Garcia, Ader & Cohen, Tolman, Breland, Bandura, Kohler, Seligman, and Wolpe

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6C7BA7EB5340DC2D

personal anecdotes for classical conditioning, operant conditioning, latent learning, and observational learning

Chapter Five Open Notes Quiz

HMWK: Chapter Five Closed Notes Quiz on Day 14
Day 14-A 9/28
Essential Question: How helpful is applied learning/behavioral theory?

maybe more Prezis

Finish Pavlov, Watson, Thorndike, Skinner, Rescorla, Garcia, Tolman, Ader & Cohen, Breland, Bandura, Kohler, Seligman, and Wolpe.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6C7BA7EB5340DC2D

Review open notes quiz.

Chapter Five Closed Notes Quiz

HMWK: Chapter Five Test next week
Day 15-A 10/3
How satisfactory are the explanations, theories, and applications of the learning/behavioral perspective?

any more Prezis

Inside Out
video that reviews theorists "The Learning Machine"

Learning/Behavioral Therapy Reading--in partners, answer quiz questions at end.

Chart the perspective's philosophy--nature/nurture, reductionist/complex, free will/determinism, objective vs. subjective, strengths/weaknesses.

Compare AP and IB style essays. Explain essays, assumptions, and thesis statements.

HMWK: Study for Learning Perspective Test. Test format is:
Learning/Behavioral Chapter Five Test
-35 multiple choice at two points each and two essays (one short answer in which you reference only one study as support (10 points) and one extended answer in which you reference two studies' details and your evaluative commentary of each study as support (20 points))--Essay questions come exactly from the list given in class. Consider all studies' strengths and limitations as per their participant populations, methods, ethics, and assumptions.

Start to read and take notes for Chapter Six Memory i.e. the cognitive perspective.
How did psychological explanations develop--the scientists, the ideas, the methods (experimental vs descriptive), and the ethics?
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