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The Six Contemporary Perspectives of Psychology Webquest. Psychology- Chapter 1 Mr. MacLaughlin. Introduction. Psychology uses one of six contemporary perspectives to explain human behavior.
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Slide 1

The Six Contemporary Perspectives of PsychologyWebquest

Psychology- Chapter 1

Mr. MacLaughlin

Slide 2

Introduction

  • Psychology uses one of six contemporary perspectives to explain human behavior.

  • During this activity, you will explore and attempt to explain one of these six contemporary perspectives.

  • Additionally, you will create power point slides, and consult various psychological sites.

  • Before you panic and say -"but this is not a computer class!", let me reassure you that this will be as easy as creating a word document and much more fun.

Slide 3

Step 1

  • For each component, you will review information about a perspective of psychology by reading the information links included under that section.

  • Then, consult the text for further information about this perspective

  • If you haven’t yet read pp. 18-21, do so now. This will summarize the six present-day theories of psychology.

  • Your group number will be responsible for the corresponding theory on the next slide.

Slide 4

Step 1 (Cont’d)

  • Bio-psychological Approach

  • Behavioral Approach

  • Psychoanalytic Approach

  • Humanistic Approach

  • Cognitive Approach

  • Socio-cultural Approach

Slide 5

Step 2

  • Your group will be asked to create a multi-media presentation for their particular theory.

  • Your multi-media presentation should represent your theory in the best manner possible.

  • Your presentation should create a slogan that captures the essence of the theory. For example, “Think before you leap.” could represent cognitive psychology. (GROUP #5 CANNOT USE THIS SLOGAN!)

  • The slogans can be completely original, parodies of famous sayings, or even takeoffs from commercials.

Slide 6

Step 2 (Cont’d)

  • Your group needs to create at least five power point slides that will explain the perspectives.

  • Then, you are to choose key words for each approach. Students should display what their approach is by using words and pictures from magazines, as well.

Slide 7

Step 3

  • Each group is to have the following individuals

    • Two “slide coordinators” whose responsibility it is to coordinate the slides with your presentation

    • Two “poster coordinators” whose responsibility it is to coordinate the poster with pictures that represent your theory.

      Your poster and slide presentation should also include your slogan.

Slide 8

The Approaches

  • Biological Perspective

  • Behaviorist Perspective

  • Psychoanalytic Perspective

  • Humanistic Perspective

  • Cognitive Perspective

  • Socio-cultural Perspective

Slide 9

The Product

  • Your group final project should answer the question “How does the ___________ perspective explain behavior?”

  • An outside observer should be able to look at the elements of your presentation and be able to answer this essential question.

Slide 10

Evaluation

  • Puzzle Piece

    • Poster is neat & inviting 3 points

    • Poster accurately portrays the

      perspective 3 points

    • Slogan is part of your puzzle presentation 3 points

    • Pictures in the poster presentation represent

      your perspective 3 points

    • The illustrations, text elements, & other

      design elements combine to create an 3 points

      organized whole

    • The concept & message are appropriate for the

      intended audience 3 points

Slide 11

Evaluation (Cont’d)

Power Point Presentation

  • Power point slides are neat & inviting 3 points

  • Power points slides accurately portray the

    perspective 3 points

  • Slogan is part of your power point presentation 3 points

  • Information in the slide presentation succinctly

    explain your perspective 3 points

  • The illustrations, text elements, & other

    design elements combine to create an 3 points

    organized whole

  • The concept & message are appropriate for the

    intended audience 3 points

Slide 12

Evaluation (Cont’d)

  • Presentation

    • Key points are highlighted in presentation

      5 points

    • Key pictures are highlighted to explain the theory

      5 points

    • Presentation is done in a professional manner

      4 points

Slide 13

Directions for Accessing Webquest

  • Double Click “My Computer”

  • Double Click “HSPsych on ‘W2K_File’ (P:)”

  • Double Click “Unit 1 Webquest”

  • Go to “View” on the Toolbar, then click “Slideshow”


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