Topics include: Why we
behave the way we do?
How do respond with
frustration? Is it nature or
nurture that shapes us?
[genes vs. environment]
What is the role of race,
ethnicity and gender in
how we behave?
Students will work in
groups to conduct
research, create
surveys, interpret data,
compare research and
present their findings
to make our school a
better learning
Students will complete:
worksheets, textbook questions,
multiple-choice tests, reflective
written answers, a research
essay using APA formatting,
group presentations and a final
exam for HSP3U
The course is bi-level. The
HSP3U will require more theory
and research than HSP3C.

HSP3M: Intro to Anthropology, Sociology & Psychology