Unit 7 Assignments: Cognition (Memory, Thinking, Language) TEST DATE: Wednesday, December 2 Read the chapter and take notes for yourself as you read. Note that this chapter is Modules 31-36. Unless otherwise noted, complete the FRQ that does not have the answer points given. Reading quizzes shall be given randomly. I advise that you read the module and take notes. Then complete flashcards for that module. Then answer the questions at the end to quiz yourself and answer the FRQ. Use the PsychSim to aid your understanding. Always be prepared for pop quizzes and brief homework in addition to the practice below. Due 11/11 Wednesday Have Module 31 Memory READ: Complete questions and FRQ (about 11 pages with lots of sidebars). Watch Flip it videos on your own (2) Serial Position effect words list activity Reading & vocab quiz Due 11/12 Thursday Have Module 32 READ: Complete questions and FRQ (about 10 pages with lots of sidebars) Watch Flip it videos on your own (2) Psychnic review game Due 11/13 Friday Have Module 33 Memory READ: Complete questions and FRQ (about 13 pages with lots of sidebars) Watch Flip it videos on your own (1) Reading & vocab quiz (WQG) Due 11/16 Monday Have Module 34 Cognition READ: Complete questions and FRQ (about 4 pages) Watch Flip it videos on your own (1) Reading & Vocab Quiz Due 11/17 Tuesday Have Module 35 Cognition READ: Complete questions and FRQ (about 10 pages with lots of sidebars) Watch Flip it videos on your own (1) Due 11/18 Wednesday Have Module 36 Language READ: Complete questions and FRQ (about 11 pages with lots of sidebars) Watch Flip it videos on your own (1) Due 11/19 Thursday Memory aids or Flashcards due (equiv. to about 100) Due 11/20 Friday Complete Unit/Chapter Review, 15 questions and 2 FRQ’s Optional PsychSims Due 11/30 Monday Comprehensive Review/enrichment activities Due 12/1 Tuesday After School Study Session Review/enrichment activities Due 12/2 Wednesday Comprehensive Test M/C & Open-ended FRQ Mesmerizing Memory, Captivating Cognition, and Alluring Language Peer Teaching: Each student will select an aspect of either Unit 7 or 8 and research something interesting that goes beyond the information in the text. This can be research on a person or case study; details about a research study; tips on how to use or apply the information to your life; disorders or diseases involving memory, thinking or cognition; career exploration. Examples include hyperthymesia, Alzheimer’s Disease, Korsakoff’s Syndrome, Stephen Wiltshire, Henry Molaison, dyslexia, super tasters, extreme cases in obesity, etc. o Basic Instructions: Meet with your group and choose a topic. Sign up on the sheet by the turn-in trays. No topic shall be used twice, regardless of class period. Create a graphic PowerPoint presentation and/or video (10 slide minimum, one reference slide in APA format with at least three valid references; one can be the text.) Create a handout for each member of the class (1st, 8; 2nd,9; 3rd,13). This can be notes, guided notes, a quiz, flowchart, info graphic, etc. On this handout, you should make a note showing how your topic connects to at least three other topics we have studied. Present your information to the class. You will have between 7-10 minutes per group. You should do an "attentiongetter" to engage the class and a "conclusion" that is a summation of your information in short. o Fatal Errors and other items: If you have no reference slide, you will receive a 50 point deduction. The importance of crediting your sources cannot be stressed enough! Presentations MUST NOT be read only from the slides. 10 points will be deducted from your overall score. Proofread your presentation. I will deduct 3 points per spelling and grammatical/style/usage error, not to exceed 10 for any one error. Be sure to have “business” and “pleasure” on each slide. Remember that it should be geared toward your teenaged, AP Psych student audience. Make it engaging and interesting.