Psychology Lesson Plans

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11th Grade:
Developmental PsychologyMonday Review Crystallized and Fluid Intelligence Read in text about the evidence of gaming on cognitive retention/decline Read dialogue of marriage proposal: Dimensia or alzheimers Seth Rogan's testimony to Congress about Alzheimers Play AARP Brain Games using iPads(No ratings)
12th Grade:
Psychology: MemoryStudents should be able to name and explain the three processes of memory using scenarios. Students should be able to describe the information-processing model of memory. (Richards' Theory? Students should also be able to explain the difference between the Richards' Theory and Alan Baddeley's Theory.(No ratings)

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