Tuesday, March 15/Wednesday, March 16 Ms. Moronta Unit 3 Objectives – Chapters 3 & 4 – Developmental Psychology 1. 2. 3. 4. Discuss the course of prenatal development. Illustrate the development changes in physical, social, and cognitive areas. Discuss the effect of body contact, familiarity, and responsive parenting on attachments. Describe the benefits of a secure attachment and the impact of parental neglect and separation as well as day care on childhood development. 5. Describe the theories of Piaget, Erikson, and Kohlberg. 6. Describe the early development of a self-concept. 7. Distinguish between longitudinal and cross-sectional studies. What Are We Doing Today? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. WARM UP DAILY QUIZ TEAM QUIZ GRADE ESSAY PARENTING SKITS ERIKSON MENU KOHLBERG MORAL DILEMMA CLOSURE HOMEWORK: Vocabulary ~ 1-8 Read ~ pages 172-187 Ch. 4 Adulthood Discussion Questions Study for VOCAB QUIZ! MASSIVE LIST OF TERMS DUE END OF APRIL Developmental Psychology Calendar 3/7 & 3/8 & 3/10: Gender/Piaget 3/11 & 3/14: Parenting & Practice Essay 3/15 & 3/16: Kohlberg’s Moral Dilemma 3/17 & 3/18: Adulthood/VOCAB QUIZ 3/19 – 3/27: NO SCHOOL! SPRING BREAK! 3/28: Study Guide – 1st block only! 3/29 (B) & 3/30 (A): Ch. 3 & 4 TEST + FRQ WARM UP Kohlberg Moral Dilemma Moral Dilemma In Europe, a lady was dying because she was very sick. There was one drug the doctors said might save her. This medicine was discovered by a man living in the same town. It cost him $200 to make it, but charged $2000 for just a bit of it. The sick lady’s husband, Heinz, tried to borrow enough money to buy the drug. He went to everyone he knew to borrow the money. But he could only borrow half of what he needed. He told the man who made the drug that his wife was dying, and asked him to sell the medicine cheaper or let him pay him later. But the man said “No, I made the drug and I am going to make money from it.” So Heinz broke into the store and stole the drug. Should Heinz have stolen the drug? Why or Why not? The point of Kohlberg’s work is that the specific answer-yes or no- is not what matters. Instead, the important issue is the type of moral reasoning that underlies the solution. Using the information provided in the “Moral Dilemma” answer the following questions based off of the provided stage of moral reasoning. Stage of Moral Reasoning- Preconventional1. According to this stage, what is the reason/motive behind someone’s behavior? 2. Should Heinz have stolen the drug? Why or Why not? Stage of Moral Reasoning -Conventional1. According to this stage, what is the reason/motive behind someone’s behavior? 2. Should Heinz have stolen the drug? Why or Why not? Stage of Moral Reasoning -Postconventional 1. According to this stage, what is the reason/motive behind someone’s behavior? 2. Should Heinz have stolen the drug? Why or Why not?