Consciousness NEW SEATING CHART!!!
Warm Up • What does it mean for someone to be “Conscious” of Something? • What does it mean for someone to be “Unconscious” of Something? • How does consciousness impact psychology?
Homework: Recurring Dreams • Describe and Interpret a recurring dream that you have and explain the following details in one paragraph: • What is going on in the Dream? • Are you Moving in the dream? • Does the Dream make sense? • Is the Dream in color or Black and White? • Why do you think you are having this dream? -Be prepared to share the dream in class
Looking Ahead • Quiz Next Week on Sensation, Perception, and Consciousness
Learning Objectives • Analyze the Three States and Levels of Consciousness • Interpret Freud’s Id, Ego, and Superego • Build Connections to your life
Consciousness: The Basics • Consciousness: To be aware of the thoughts you have • Unconscious: To be unaware of the thoughts you have • Three States of Consciousness: • Sensory Awareness: Being Conscious of the world around you through your senses • Inner Awareness: Being Conscious about internal feelings • Self Awareness: Being Conscious of who you are as an individual and how you are separate from others
Check for Understanding • Take a minute to think about the three States of Consciousness…Which State of Consciousness do you think is most relevant to how you understand your own self and your own life? • Write 1 paragraph that describes why you think this • Consider physical sensations, thoughts, emotions • Do you Focus more on External or Internal Events?
Numb: De-Personalization Disorder • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQiNBfgBvoY • De-Personalization Disorder: Feeling Detached or Disconnected from your reality • Which of the three States of Consciousness is not functioning correctly for Him? Why? • What does this clip tell you about the importance of the three States of consciousness? Are there times when it might be good to be unconscious of something? Why or why not?
Selective Attention • Condition that limits what you are aware of • Do you think selective Attention is Good, Bad, Or both? Why? • What examples of Selective Attention can you think of that you or another person might have experienced in real life?
Three Levels of Consciousness • Preconscious Level: Things that you are not currently aware of but you could recall them if you had to • Unconscious Level: Information that is hidden from your awareness • Nonconscious Level: Things that you do Automatically without having to be aware of them
Check for Understanding • For each Level of Consciousness, write down 1 example of a time in your life when you were in this stage of consciousness
Sigmund Freud: The Unconscious Level • First Theorist on the Unconscious Mind • Psyche: Human Thoughts • According to Freud, Human Psyche is divided into three categories • Id: Primitive, Instinctive, Impulsive Characteristics • Ego: Mediator between ID and Reality- works by Reason • Superego: Uses the morals and Values of Society to make decisions
You Create the Scenario • Write out a scenario in which someone’s ID, EGO, and Superego might come into play in making a decision. Explain what the Id would be telling you to do, as well as the Ego and Superego
Exit Ticket • What are the three States of Consciousness? • What are the three levels of Consciousness?
Warm Up • What are the three Types of Human Psyche according to Freud? • Define each Type of Psyche
Homework: Recurring Dream • Describe and Interpret a recurring dream that you have and explain the following details in one paragraph: 1. What is going on in the dream? 2. Are you Moving in the dream? 3. Does the Dream make sense? 4. Is the Dream in color or Black and White? 5. Why do you think you are having this dream? -Be prepared to share the dream in class
Learning Objectives • Analyze the five stages of Altered Consciousness • Interpret the Importance of ReM Sleep and Dreams • Build Connections to your Life
Looking Ahead • Quiz Next Week on Sensation, Perception, and Consciousness
Altered Stages of Conciousness • Sleep • Drugs • Meditation: Method some people use to try to get the stresses of the outside of the world to fade away • Biofeedback: Provides information about what is happening in the body • Hypnosis: People respond to suggestions and behave as though they are in a trance
Brainstorming • Why do Humans need Sleep? • How much Sleep do Humans need? • Why do some people sleep more than others? • Does Age impact the amount of sleep Needed? Why? • What sleeping Disorders are you aware of?
Rem Sleep Article • Read the article about Rem Sleep and answer the questions that follow
Sleeping Disorders • Night Terrors: More Severe than Nightmares in which the sleeper is usually unaware of what they did the night before • Sleep Apnea: Breathing Interruptions that Occur during Sleep • Narcolepsy: Disorder in which people go into Rem Sleep at Random Times • Insomnia: Inability to Sleep • Sleepwalking
Check For understanding • According to research on how much sleep you should be getting for your age, do you get enough Sleep? • If you do, how does this impact you on a daily basis? If you don’t, how does this Impact you on a daily basis? • Are Sleeping Disorders serious or are they not a big deal? Why do you think this? Which of the sleeping disorders do you think is the most serious and concerning?
Freud and Dreams • Freud claimed that Dreams have enormous importance in people’s lives and can tell people about unconscious desires that they might have • Do you agree with this? Why or Why not? • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMOGaugKpzs • Sting woke up in the middle of the night with the line "Every breath you take, I’ll be watching you" in his head. He went to his piano and wrote the song in 30 minutes. Do you think that Sting would have agreed with Freud about the Importance of dreams???
Warm Up • What are Rem Cycles? • What Impact do they have upon Human Functioning? • What did Freud Say about Dreams?
Homework: Study Guides • Write out all relevant notes and Material for each term/concept/person/idea on the Study Guide
Looking Ahead • Quiz in 2 classes on Sensation, Perception, and Consciousness • Be ready for Notebook Check Starting at Endocrine System- Drugs
Learning Objectives • Synthesize Sensation, Perception, and Consciousness • Analyze and Interpret Dreams • Build Connections to your Life
Transitioning: Drugs and Consciousness • How do you think Drugs impact your consciousness? • What drug do you think is the most dangerous and why? • Do you think it is ever okay for an adult to take drugs? Why or Why not?
Drugs • Alcohol: Involved in more than 50% of fatal car Accidents • Morphine: Used during the Civil War to numb the pain of Battle wounds • Heroin: Invented as a cure to Morphine Addiction • Nicotine: Evidence suggests that it is addictive as Heroin • Amphetamines: First used by Soldiers in WW2 to stay alert and ready • Cocaine: Freud’s Drug of Choice • Marijuana: Causes people to lose consciousness of themselves
Hypnosis: Treatment for Addiction • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O97fAHoFXDc • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Npwtsp3ttyw • Do you think that Hypnosis really works to cure addictions? • Why might putting someone in this altered stage of consciousness be helpful for both the patient and Hypnotherapist? • Other than addiction, what do you think Hypnosis could be used to treat?
Homework Sharing • Share your recurring Dream with a Friend • Have your Friend Analyze and Intrepret the Meaning of your Recurring Dream • Come together with another Partnership and form a group of 4 • Draw your dreams on a poster • For each Dream, write a brief (1-2 sentences) explanation of how you interpret your dream • Be prepared to present your Dreams to the Class
ExiT Ticket • What did Freud Say about Dreams? • Do you Agree with hIm? Why or Why not?
Warm Up • Identify Three Questions that you Think will be on the quiz. Don’t answer your own questions
Homework • Write out all relevant notes and Material for each term/concept/person/idea on the Study Guide
Learning Objectives • Synthesize Sensation, perception, and Consciousness • Enhance Review Skills • Engage in Collaborative Learning
Looking ahead • Quiz Next Class: Sensation, Perception, Consciousness • Be ready for Notebook Check Starting at Endocrine System- Drugs
Pair- Share Warm Ups • Switch Warm Ups with a Partner • Have your Partner Answer Your Questions • Self-Correct your Partner’s answers and explain to them if they got anything Wrong
Quiz Review Worksheet • Fill out the Review Worksheet for the quiz next Class
Kahoot.IT • 1st place= 10 points extra credit • 2nd place= 7 points extra credit • 3rd place= 5 Points Extra Credit
Jeopardy • Remember the RULES: • No Complaining • Class Norms in Effect (No Cursing, pay attention while another group is going) • If the group gets the question wrong, it goes to the next group (no Stealing) • If the group ends up the negative, three points off of everyone’s quiz who is in the group