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Birthday Assignment

date 09/10/2019 author Preston Preuss category Uncategorized comment Leave a comment

DUE MONDAY, 16SEP19. Student Project: Today in the History of Psychology Students, like most of us, like to know about important events that occurred on their birthday; it personalizes those events. Ask students to visit the “Today in the History of Psychology” web page

http://todayinpsychologyhistory.pbworks.com/w/page/124833663/Today%20in%20the%20History%20of%20Psychology At the web page, they should enter the month and date of their birthday, then choose one of the events to investigate more thoroughly. Why was this an important event? What impact did it have on the field or discipline of psychology? Students can present what they learn in class, as a 5 w’s written paper, or as a verbal show of understanding with the instructor . GO TO THE NAVIGATOR ON THE RIGHT SIDE AND FIND YOUR MONTH, THEN DAY.

Syllabus

date 08/29/2019 author Preston Preuss category Uncategorized comment Leave a comment

INRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY

INSTRUCTOR: MR. PREUSS

Textbook: PSYCHOLOGY IN EVERYDAY LIFE, THIRD EDITION, DAVID MYERS AND C. NATHAN DEWALL

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE:

                To introduce the student to the many areas of the study of Psychology. To gain insight into our own behaviors, mental processes and development. To learn to understand other people as unique individuals, and to explore some of the many career opportunities in Psychology.

                This course serves as the prerequisite for the student to enroll in Psychology 101 COLLEGE NOW COURSE.

                Areas of Study covered in this course are not limited to, but include:

  1. Chapter 1    Introduction and Roots of Psychology
  2. Chapter 6    Learning
  3. Chapter 5    Sensation/Perception
  4. Chapter 7    Memory
  5. Chapter 8    Thinking, Language and Intelligence
  6. Chapter 9    Motivation/Emotion
  7. Chapter 13  Psychological Disorders
  8. Chapter 14  Therapy

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. All students will complete all assigned work in a timely manner to include ungraded work.
  2. Communication between instructor and students will be constant and consistent.
  3. Complete assignments by due date.

Grading:

93-100%               A                             78-79%                 C+

90-92                     A-                           73-77                     C

88-89                     B+                           70-72                     C-

83-87                     B                             68-69                     D+

80-82                     B-                            63-67                     D

                                                                60-62                     D-

Grading Weights:

All tests, quizzes, projects, writing assignments, and daily work are graded with the same amount of weight. The number of points will vary based on assignment type. Example: daily writing #7=4 pts. Unit 3 test= 50 pts.

 

Late Work/Makeup Policy:

Late work can be a detriment to the success of students in the classroom as many of the assignments are geared toward reinforcing desired learning that takes place in the classroom. 

Martin County West Junior/Senior High School will use the following guidelines regarding late work:

If the assignment is handed in on time, they are eligible to receive 100% of the points available.

If the assignment is handed in one day late, they are eligible to receive a maximum of 80% of the points available.

If the assignment is handed in more than one day late, they are not eligible for any of the points available.

This may be adjusted as deemed appropriate for individual considerations.

MATERIALS:

1 Pen or Pencil

1 Notebook (8x11)

1 Folder