Monday, April 24, 2017

review free response quiz on Wednesday 4/26

You will have the period (50 minutes) to answer two free response questions, just as you will have on the actual AP exam next week.  This will count as a quiz grade for term 4 (of about 20-30 points).

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Unit 14

643-50 due Tuesday 3/28 for G block, Wednesday 3/29 for F block
650-57 due Wednesday 3/29 for G block, Thursday for F block
657-64 due Friday 3/31 for both classes - also, for 10 points on term 3:  bring an anonymous, typed and printed response to class that answers the following question: if you could do anything you wanted, without the possibility of being identified or held accountable, what would it be?  Your response can be relatively brief (a few sentences long).
664-70 due Monday 4/3 (both classes)
670-77 due Wednesday 4/5 (both classes)
678-85 due Thursday 4/6 for F block
G block: finish the chapter (678-92) for Friday 4/7
Due Monday 4/10:  Breaking a social norm 
Due Tuesday 4/11 (F block:  since you don't have class, please drop off or leave in my mailbox in Downs House by the end of the day):  response to "A Call for Help" - type or neatly write a paragraph that explains how your knowledge of social psychology informed your understanding of the event profiled.

Link to in-class activity - please open in class when directed.  F block:  you didn't do this in class, so you might find it useful for review.
Also, here's a link to four myths about social psych from the 50 Myths book, and here's a link to a social psych kahoot.

Friday, March 3, 2017

units 12 and 13 reading

561-8 due Monday 3/6
569-79 due Tuesday 3/7 (G block), Wednesday 3/8 (F block)
579-89 due Wednesday 3/8 (G block), Thursday 3/9 (F block)
589-96 due Friday 3/9
596-600 due Monday 3/13 (and baby books!)
605-610 due Tuesday 3/14 (G block), Wednesday 3/15 (F block)
610-18 due Wednesday 3/15 (G block), Thursday 3/16 (F block)
619-28 due Friday 3/17
due Monday 3/20:  read the except from Triggered given out in class and write (neatly, please!) or type 2-3 questions for Dr. Hevia.  They can be specific to her work or more general about disorders and therapy.  I will count these as a 10 point homework, so definitely have them in writing and be thoughtful!
628-38 due Tuesday 3/21 (G), Wednesday 3/22 (F)
Unit 12 and 13 test is Friday 3/24
Here is the answer key for the handout about Ellen's therapy (given out in class on Wednesday or Thursday).  The answers to the first section (matching the statement to the type of therapy, begins with "tell me about your earliest memories from childhood") are:  1. D, 2. F, 3. J, 4. E, 5. I, 6. H, 7. C, 8. B, 9. A, 10. G
Here is the psychsim "mystery client" activity, given out in hard copy in class.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

unit 9 assignments

p. 411-417 due Friday 2/10
417-26 due Monday 2/13
426-35 due Wednesday 2/15
435-44 due Thursday 2/16 (F block), Friday 2/17 (G block)
445-54 due Friday 2/17 (F block)
Finish the chapter (through p. 473) by Wednesday 3/1
Baby books are due Monday 3/13

F block:  here is your Google doc for the Erikson playlist activity.

G block:  here is your Google doc for the Erikson playlist activity.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

unit 4 readings and unit 11 follow up assignment

due Friday 1/27 (both classes):  p. 115-124
Due Monday 1/30:  124-33
Due Tuesday 1/31:  134-40 (G block)
Due Wednesday 2/1:  134-40 (F block), 141-50 (G block)
Due Thursday 2/2:  141-50 (F block)
Due Friday 2/3:  151-9 (both classes) - and (for F block only) create a 10 question intelligence test.  Write a short (4-5 sentence) explanation of how you designed your test and how it demonstrates concepts from the unit.  Please type, and bring in hard copy (printed) to class on the due date.  This will count for 10 points on the last test (to make an even 100).
Due Monday 2/4:  159-69 (both classes), and intelligence test for G block.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

G block only

G block:  to be done in class on Tuesday.  Please open this link when directed:

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

F block only

for F block only:

Cherry, Kendra. "What Are the Major Theories of Intelligence?" Verywell., 14 June 2016. Web. 13 Jan. 2017.

Doerr, Anthony. "The Many Origins of Inetlligence." The Boston Globe, 21 Mar. 2010. Web. 14 Jan. 2017.

"Human Intelligence: L.L. Thurstone." Human Intelligence: L.L. Thurstone. Human Intelligence, n.d. Web. 15 Jan. 2017.