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Intro to Anthropology, Psychology & Sociology
psy·chol·o·gy
sīˈkäləjē/
Psychology is the scientific study of the behaviour of individuals and their mental processes. The discipline embraces all aspects of the human experience - from the functions of the brain to the actions of individuals running nations, from child development to care for the aged. In every conceivable setting from scientific research centers to mental healthcare services, "the understanding of behaviour" is the business of psychologists.

In this unit we will be examining...
  • Theories, Perspectives and Methods 
  • How Psychology Examines Human Mental Processes and Behaviour
  • The Role of Socialization in Psychological Development
Thursday April 20th 2017 Early History of Psychology
Learning Goal - Begin with the End in Mind

I will have an understanding of the early history of the field of psychology. 
Minds On
How could you study our brains, behaviours and personalities if you did not know anything about that?
What about before the technology of today?
Action
Power Point lesson with package.
Consolidation
Preview of the upcoming unit.
Thursday & Friday April 20th & 21st 2017
​Intro Ind Study - Analyzing a Social Issue

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will know what the Independent Study is for this course. I will select a social issue to analyze in depth.
Minds On
Go through the package.
Action
In depth go over the expectations, particularly for the Annotated Bib which is the first part that is due on May 10th.
Consolidation
What type of resources do I have access to? Online via EBSCO? What do I need to be successful?
Monday & Tuesday April 24th ​& 25th 2017 
Psychology Theories Part I  & Heroes in Psychology Intro
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will know about some key theories in the field of psychology, specifically - psychoanalysis, Classical conditioning and operant conditioning. I will choose a hero and begin to research their contribution to psychology.

Minds On
Day 1) I would feel sad if we did a whole unit on Psychology and missed looking at...
serial killers, mental illnesses, the way humans respond to situations or stimuli differently, the brain, the history of treating mental illness, libido, factors that lead to mental illnesses, and mental health
Day 2) Recap of first 4 theories.
Action
Day 1) and 2) Power point with work package.
Day 2) Hero - return all anth heroes and look at feedback
Consolidation
Day 1) Which theory makes the most sense to you?
Day 2) Pick a hero


Thursday April 26th 2017 Heroes in Psychology

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will know about the contributions made by the person I am researching to the field of psychology.
Minds On
Where am I so far? Make a plan
Action
Work
Consolidation
This is the last work period, hand in or sort out how to get this completed by Tuesday at the beginning of the period.
hero_in_psych_assignment.pdf
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TBD Theories in Action
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will work with each of the six theories and therefore have a deeper understanding of how they apply to real life situations. Each of the station has hyperlinks set up and these are embedded in the document below.
Minds On
Which of the theories do you like and why? Which of the theories do you maybe not connect with and why?
Action
Stations 1 through 6 are set up around classroom 204 and 205 with i Pads and chrome books; 
Each station has a work sheet and a task connected to a website or app
Go to each station and complete the tasks as as group
Each of the station has hyperlinks set up and these are embedded in the document below.
Consolidation
Which task did you think was the most effective review? Matching the terms with the theories on boards around the classroom (coloured terms and posters) - exit action. 
applying_the_theories.docx
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Wednesday & Thursday April 26th & 27th 2015 
Phase 1 
​Social Issue Annotated Bibliography
All related handouts are uploaded on the 20th 21st post, see above.
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will know more about my social issue. I will know more about conducting research online using the data bases available to me as a TLDSB student.
Minds On
Quick review of plan and questions. 
Quick lesson on annotated bibliographies
  • See handouts on how to write an annotated bib and the power point, also refer to verbs handout and success criteria
Quick lesson on going to the library online and the references desk.
  • See library tab on homepage. Once at library site go to references desk tab.
Action
Day 1) Grab chromebooks from 211 and bring them back to class. Begin putting together the Annotated Bib.
Day 2) Go to Lab 245 and work on either the Hero of Psychology and or the Annotated Bib. The Hero is due next Tuesday and the Annotated Bib is due May 10th, however the second will take you much longer. 
Consolidation
What did I get done? What do I need to do next?

Friday April 28th & Tues May 2nd 2017
​What is Normal? Intro to DSM V
Mental Disorder PowerPoint or Bitstrip Comic due on Tuesday May 9th 2017
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind

I will have a better understanding of the concept of "normal", a beginning understanding of mental health and wellness, and an understanding of how mental illnesses are classified.
Minds On
Reading, Normalcy is in the eye of the Beholder
Action
  1. Begin working through the Defining Normal Power Point with student handout How do we Define Normal
  2. Look at How do we Define Mental Health
  3. Work through the DSM V Power Point
Consolidation
Choose a mental disorder from the list provided via the DSM V. 

TBD Work Period DSMV or Social Issue Annotated Bib 

Descriptive Feedback Opportunity 

If you want me to edit your annotated bibliography so far, send it to me as an attachment via email. This is the easiest way for me to edit it and not mess with your formatting - as sometimes there is a hiccup between google docs and word. It wouldn't hurt to text me as well to prompt me to check my email. THIS IS A LIMITED TIME OFFER. I cannot edit 10 the night before they are due. Please send me your work by Monday night if you want to get feedback.

Thursday May 27th 2017 Stress Analysis & 
General Adaptation Syndrome

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will have a better understanding of what stress is, how our bodies respond to it, how to assess our vulnerability to it and also how to assess how bad a particular stressor is.
Minds On
Fill out the stress vulnerability quiz - then flip it over and identify common stressors in your life.
Action
Power Point lesson with work package.
Consolidation
Last page of the work package - dealing or coping with our stressors exercise from the flip side of the minds on activity.


Monday May 1st CMHA David & Desmond Open Your Mind

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will have a better understanding of how stigma impacts how we view mental disorders and will know how common suffering from a mental disorder at some point in our lives actually is.
Minds On
Meet Desmond and David and hear about their background.
Action
Presentation by Desmond and David - Grace in an arm sling - what happened? Grace after being in the hospital with mental health problems - what happened? what was different?
Definitions... prejudice, discrimination and stigma... what are they and how do they affect those with mental health problems.
Who Am I? Students read lists of famous people from all walks of life and identified names they were familiar with, David wrote these names on the board. All the people listed have one thing in common... they have had a mental disorder at some point in their life.
Life experiences dealing with schizophrenia, David shared his story.
Questions.
Consolidation
Quiz and feedback
Tuesday May 2nd to Thursday May 4th - Work Periods  
DSMV & Annotated Bibliography Social Issue

DSMV Power points Due Friday May 5th 
Annotated Bib is Due Wednesday May 17th 
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
  • I will have a better understanding of the social issue that I am researching, particularly looking to branch out and make sure that my sources cover something to do with the statistics and definition; cultural connections (global comparisons, different cultures / countries experiences); societal connections (groups, families and institutions); and psychology connections (mental health, impact on individuals and so on).
  • I will have a better understanding of the symptoms, description, type, causes, statistics, and potential treatments for the disorder that I am researching.
Minds On
  • Of all those lenses mentioned in the learning goal, which have you already covered with your current sources? Which if any are you lacking?
  • What have I got done, and what do I need to do this work period?
Action
Go to the library and work on either the Annotated Bibliography, keeping these lenses in mind.
Consolidation
The DSMV power point is due Friday, and the Annotated Bib Wed the 17th, what else needs to happen now?

Friday May 5th CMHA Jack Vietch Presentation on Stress

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
  • I will have a better understanding of what stress is, the differences between positive and negative stress, the impact of stress on the body, the choices we make in terms of responding to stressors, and ultimately some strategies to better deal with stress and stressful stimuli.
Minds OnAction
Detailed presentation that covers what stress is, how it affects us, how we typically respond to it, how to shift the ways in which we respond to it.
Consolidation
Quiz
stress_management_extended_-_ffss.pdf
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Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday May 8th, 10th, 11th, 12th and Monday May 15th 2017
Mental Illness Power Point Presentations &
​Partial or Full Work Periods

Annotated Bib is Due Wednesday May 17th
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will know about the symptoms, statistics, causes and treatments of several mental illnesses.
Minds On
1) Hot line, joke
2) Recap, questions?
Action
We will work through the Power Point presentations, and students will fill out the organizer as we go. Pay attention to the chapter of the disorder, and themes or trends that you start to notice about these. Look at potential gender differences, and which disorders are more common. 
Consolidation
1) What are the overriding themes in terms of causes
2) What are the overriding themes in terms of treatments

Tuesday May 9th 2017 CMHA Desmond Meenan Psychosis

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will know more in depth information about psychosis, what it is, what are the symptoms, statistics, causes and treatments of it.
Minds On
What do you know about psychosis? what are some of the stereotypes?
Action
We will work through the Power Point presentations, there was an activity that emulated hearing voices during an interview, there was an activity that helped us to understand personal space when we think something threatening is about to happen (it grows, dramatically, as in we don't want someone who is threatening coming close to u).
We learned about the symptoms, and some of the science behind the disorder, brain chemistry looks different.
We learned about age of onset and the sort of pattern that psychosis tends to fall in terms of getting more severe and then leveling off post 50 in some cases. 
Consolidation
Questions
psychosis_lesson_desmond_meenan.docx
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Tuesday May 16th, 2017 Treatments Past and Present? 

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will have an understanding of some of the chronology regarding past treatments of mental illness, and current treatments. I will have a deeper understanding of the different approaches used in therapy to treat various disorders. I will hopefully draw connections between the school or thought, believed cause of illness, and subsequent decided treatments.
Minds On
What have been the three main treatments covered by student presentation for various disorders?
Action
Power point lesson with work package on treatments.
Consolidation
Which type of treatment makes the most sense to you? Which one does not? Why? 
treatment_perspectives_package.docx
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Wednesday May 17th 2017 Heroes Part 1 What About Bob?

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will know more about some of the heroes in psychology, particularly those connected to key theories and treatments. I will begin to apply some of what I know about treatments to an example from the movie What About Bob?
Minds On
Quick review back to the intro portion of the course.
Action
In semi circle, we looked at the following heroes, Philippe Pinel, William James, Ivan Pavlov, Sigmund Freud, JB Watson, BF Skinner, Albert Bandura, Abraham Maslow, Harry Harlow, and Dr. Phil McGraw.
What About Bob, we watched the first part of the movie and answered the first 3 questions on the worksheet.
Consolidation
Took up the first three questions quickly. In a nutshell, Bob has anxiety issues, potentially phobias including agoraphobia. The first treatment type we witness is evidence of cognitive therapy, and the second is psychoanalysis.

Thursday & Friday May 18th & 19th 2017
​Working on Stage 2 Draft Copy & Test Review

Psychology and Mental Health Test Tuesday May 22nd, 2017 review below
Social Analysis Rough Draft Due Wednesday May 23rd, 2017
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will copy and paste a copy of my annotated bib, and then I will turn the font red and delete all the annotations. Eventually I will copy and paste this as my reference page onto an APA template. I will begin to write my rough draft using the outline provided in the Social Analysis package. This can be downloaded see below. I will use the info from my annotations to help build the rough copy. If I am missing any information that I need for my rough draft, I will seek out more research and add those citations onto the new references page.
Minds On
Review of the process, and due dates and where we are. 
Action
Go to the computer lab and work on the rough draft.
Consolidation
I will assess where I am and what I need to do, this is due on Wednesday May 23rd.
apa_6th_template_2016.docx
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Teaching Our Kids to Kill?
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will have a better understanding of how a serial killer might be trained. I will also be reviewing three learning theories; classical conditioning, operant conditioning and modeling.
Minds On
Newspaper article on the boy who killed his friends at a house party in Calgary
Action
Power Point lesson with work package
Consolidation
What do you think? Which argument makes the most sense to you?
Wednesday May 24th 2017 Behaviour
& Motivation Nature or Nurture?

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will have a better understanding of the nature versus nurture debate - particularly regarding motivation for human behaviour. I will also know who some of the key psychologists are from the early to mid parts of the last century, and be reviewing some of the key theories.
Minds On
•What does this mean?
•What implications does it have for helping us to understand
what roles wants or needs play when it comes to motivating
human behaviour?
•What about feelings and emotions? How are they connected to wants and needs? Therefore, how do they affect human behavior?
•What about habits, impulses & intuition?
Action
Which do you think dictates how you behave each and every day? Do you think you are ruled by physical drives, or by the social interactions and environment that you are in?
  1. Power Point on Behaviour and Motivation with worksheet
  2. Share our heroes from William Wundt to Albert Bandura
Consolidation
What do you think now regarding human behaviour?


Wednesday & Thursday May 24th & 25th 2017
Psychology & Socialization

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will know more about the Nature versus Nurture debate, this time regarding personality development and socialization. I will also understand why twin studies are used to examine this phenomena and will know more about genes and behaviour.
Minds On
1) The beginning questions on the power point
2) Quick review of the Genie situation
Action
1)
  • Go through Power Point on Heredity versus Environment - adding notes beside the slides as needed.
  • Fill out the Who Am I? worksheet
  • Continue to work through the lesson 
2)
  • Finish the Power Point and notes
Consolidation
1) What do you think so far? What's the difference between what happened to Edith and Genie/Susan?
2) Exit card
Thursday & Friday May 25th & 26th 2017 
Sleep and Dream Analysis
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will learn and know about sleep patterns, dreaming and dream analysis. I will understand that there is more than one theory on the meaning of dreams, including the theories of psychoanalysis versus cognitive.
Minds On
How many hours of sleep did you get last night?
Now think about a regular week, and average it out - what number did you get?
If you don't have any dreams in your dream journal, jot a dream down in point form that you last remember having, it doesn't have to be fully detailed, but try to remember things like where you were, who or what was around you, what happened etc.
Action
Short Power Point lesson on Sleep with accompanying work sheet
Dream Analysis on iPads
Consolidation
What is the funniest thing you learned about your dreams? Did you have any aha! moments?
Monday May 29th 2017 Room 217
Pulling it all Together Work Period

Final Report of the Social Issue Analysis is due Monday June 12th & Pamphlet or Fact Sheet is due Wednesday June 14th.
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will know how to access and use the  APA template on FFSS Library to set up my research report final copy.
Minds On
Let's review how to find the templates on FFSS Library
Action
  1. Log on to the lap top in front of you
  2. Open explorer and go to ffsslibrary.weebly.com  > choose Format Styles and Templates and click on the APA template
  3. Start customizing the template for your current report
Consolidation
Save the template as a word doc on your H drive or save to the desk top and email it to yourself as an attachment
Quickly review the steps, where do you go to pick up the template? If you don't remember the URL when you are at home, how can you access this website? Where else can you pick this up?
Tuesday May 30th Psychology and Socialization
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will know more about the influence of others on development - including emotional development; the effect of media; immigration; family and friends. 
Minds On
Who do you think has affected your own personality development based on external groups and or people?
Action
  1. Meet for 1 minute with your home group (colours), then establish if you have anyone missing. Let me know so we can sub someone in for you when you get back to your colour group.
  2. Move to your expert group - you each have one. Work through the questions on the worksheet, using the textbook. Share information with each other, so you all have the same info. This is important to your home group. If unsure, check with me so that we are bringing good info home.
Expert Group 1 - Socialization and Emotional Development
Natasha
Brianna
Annabelle
Grace
Rachel
Expert Group 2 - the Effect of Media
Owen
Jordy
Julia
Becca
Jenn
Expert Group 3 - Immigration Process
Lisa
Julie
Hannah
Abbi
Lucas
Expert Group 4 - Family Effects
Edie
Cameryn
Taylor
Marissa
Curtis
Expert Group 5 - Friends Effects
Brooke
AlexisV
Chad
Alexis W
Cole

Red Home Group                    Orange Home Group
Natasha                                  Brianna
Owen                                     Jordy
Lisa                                       Julie
Edie                                       Cameryn
Brooke                                   Alexis V
Purple Group                         Blue Home Group
Annabelle                               Grace
Julia                                       Becca
Hannah                                  Abbi
Taylor                                    Marissa
Chad                                      Alexis W
Green Home Group
Rachel
Jenn
Lucas
Curtis
Cole
Consolidation
What is the most influential group? Or which do you think is the most important?
Wed & Thurs May 31st & June 1st 2017  
Social Psychology & Experimentation

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will examine three classic psychology experiments and increase my understanding of ethics in research, and the findings of Milgram, Asch and Zimbardo, particularly as they pertain to how groups or others affect individual behaviours - this is social psychology.
Minds On
Wed) Introduce the social psychology experiments and ask students about conformity.
Thurs) Go over the experiment plan.
Action
  1. Intro power point - if watching on your own, note that each large picture is a hyperlink to a video, click on them each while viewing. (Wednesday)
  2. Break out groups regarding the three experiments with organizers and materials. (Wednesday)
  3. Come back together as a class to record / take up the organizer. (Thursday)
  4. Implement the Experiment on Conformity  (Thursday)
Consolidation
Wed) Ethics of these experiments? Any issues? Is anyone hurt, is it cheating and so on.
Thurs) Review Five Factors Affecting Conformity - which is the most relevant to our results?

Friday June 2nd 2017 Work Period 

Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
I will work toward completing my Final Report and also my fact sheet or pamphlet.
Minds On
Assess where you are in this process, and set a goal for the period.
Action
  1. Go to the Library and log on to a desktop or laptop.
  2. Work.
Consolidation
Save your work, assess if you met your goal, and set a new one given the due dates of June 12th & 14th, and only a few work periods left.
Thursday June 8th 2017 Psychology 2 Test
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Tuesday May 27th 2014 Loose Ends -Heroes Part II;  Should we or Shouldn't we? The Ethics of Changing Behaviours
Learning Goal  - Begin with the End in Mind
  1. I will know more about another group of psychologists and their research - specifically Asch, Milgram, Zimbardo, Harlow, & McGraw (Dr. Phil).
  2. I will know more about AntiSocial Disorder and Narcisism (Personality Disorders) - specifically the symptoms, stats, causes, and possible treatments.
  3. I will begin to examine the ethics of changing human behaviours, just because we can doesn't necessarily mean we should.
Minds On
3. a)  A brief discussion around the types of therapy that people may be exposed to in order to shift or modify behaviour and what we mean by ethical.
3. b) Read the case study together as a class re: gay camps.
Action
  1. In small groups students will discuss the scenarios on the cards that they randomly choose. Is this a situation that merits therapeutic changes in behaviour? Why or why not?
  2. Take these up as a class.
Consolidation
What do you think? Is it ever justifiable to manipulate another person's behaviour? When is it okay? When is it not okay? Who should be able to do this? Who should not?
The class consensus seemed to be that in order for any treatments to be ethical people need to consent to them, rather than having others put it upon them. In the case of child safety, however the view was that if you hurt children then you lose your rights to choose. This was less clear in the case involving the young child who was violent.
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psychology_theories.docx
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psycholoyg_101_the_theories.pptx
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hero_in_psych_assignment.pdf
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how_vulnerable_are_you_to_stress__1_.docx
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stress_and_vulnerability.pdf
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welcome_to_the_psychiatric_hotline.pdf
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treatment_perspectives.pdf
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psychology_test_review.doc
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analysis_of_a_social_issue_2017.docx
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are_we_teaching_kids_to_kill_2014.pdf
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motivation___human_behaviour_1.pptx
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sleep_and_dreams.pdf
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psychology_and_socialization.doc
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visual_judgement_experiment_with_answers.pptx
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focus_on_asch_milgram__zimbardo.doc
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factors_affecting_conformity_1.pptx
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behaviour_mod_ethics_cards.docx
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victims_of_gay_conversion_camps.docx
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