AP Psychology Summer Assignment Our major goal in AP Psychology is, obviously, to pass the AP exam in May. So, all our efforts Will be directed toward that end. Because of the breadth of the curriculum to be tested, it is almost impossible to cover it all before May. So over the summer, we will get a jump on the curriculum. Summer Activities Activity 1: Famous contributors to Psychology (see attached paper for directions) Students will have a test over psychologists on the first Friday of school (August 23) Bring completed assignment to class on August 19.
Access for quizzes begins at 5:15pm and ends the following day at 5:00pm. You must answer each question before being allowed to go on to the next question. Make sure you can answer all the study questions on the ABOUT ART website before taking the quiz because you are not able to go back and change answers on the quiz once you go on to the next question. Also make sure you can identify all the images in the textbook. You must complete each quiz and submit it BEFORE 5:00pm or you will end up with a ZERO as a grade.
Now you are in a position to begin the research that will enable you to complete the task. Research and make notes on Gibb’s Reflective Cycle and Inter-professional Capabilities. Make sure you understand what is meant by the terms knowledge, skill and attitude. Research what is meant by inter-professional working. During your research Be systematic and methodical Use separate pages for notes on each section Carefully note the full reference for any quotation, book, article, example that you note (including the page numbers) Structure your notes in a usable way: go over the notes you made during the teaching and structure these, including diagrams if these are helpful to you Make a draft plan of the essay Consider how you are going to structure the essay.
Student ID Number: (ID number only and NOT your name) 8. Date of Submission: (date) * Include a word count at the end of your report. Submission Deadline: Draft report - Friday, 5/6/2015, 3pm to Academic Services. (If your draft report is not submitted by the deadline - only 95% of the final report mark will be awarded) You will also need to submit ONE electronic copy to your tutor via Turn It In. Final summative report - Monday, 15/6/2015, 3pm to Academic Services.
As we have said repeatedly in class, questions from those posed in class and in discussions will appear on examinations and careful attention to both lectures and readings will help you write the best essays. 4. As examples only, the following are typical of the questions on JOUR3614 examinations: a. Choose one of the innovations we have discussed so far – writing, printing, newspapers – and answer the following question about it: What impact did it have on the media that preceded it? Think of continuity as well as change – and think not only of technology but also of its impact on society.
D2L use and email: eLearning (Desire to Learn; D2L) will be the main communication platform for this class. Course announcements, lecture slides (in pdf), assignments, assessments and your scores will be posted on D2L website frequently. Make sure you are able to access D2L for checking messages and assignments at least twice a week. What to do if you miss a class: 1. Study the assigned textbook chapters and lecture slides for the missed lecture.
AP Psychology Summer Assignment Hello AP PSYCHERS! The purpose of this summer assignment is to get you ready for the fast pace at which we travel through the AP Psychology curriculum; get you all set with Edmodo registration (already completed, or you would not be able to see this! ), and to become familiar with not only the AP Psych textbook website we use at LRHS, but also to know a bit about what psychology is, where it came from, and it’s history as well. DIRECTIONS: 1) Go to http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myers7e (corrected Textbook Website). 2) Register as a student user using the name you wish me to call you in my class.
Your instructor will evaluate your first draft, and you will receive a rubric prior to the submission date, explaining what is required of you to complete this phase successfully. Along with the evaluation of your Essay, your instructor will provide comments and suggestions on the necessary steps for you to take in preparing your final draft for submission. Phase 4- Final Draft, Research Essay (including any new research notes) DUE:May 9th You will submit the final draft of your research essay, together with in-text citations, a works cited page, and any additional research notes you have used since submitting your first draft. You will be given a final evaluation, and you will receive a rubric in advance, explaining how your final draft will be evaluated. Phase 5- Oral Presentation – DUE:May 21st-
At approximately week 8 of this course, you will receive an e-mail through your College e-mail account with directions and a link to the student evaluation form. Please be assured that it is not possible to identify a specific student’s response to the survey. In addition, faculty will not receive survey results until after grades have been posted. Your input is important. Homework: Each week students will be expected to read the essays to be covered.
Use the menu to find the endorsed training package for your industry or the Business Services Training Package. You will find it worthwhile to invest some time in familiarising yourself with the type of information contained within the Training Package. N/A Task 17 AQTF Research the AQTF by going to http://www.ibsa.org.au/content/taa04/aqtf.html. Unable to find the page on the internet for the above. Task 18 You are to select either a workplace task such as changing the toner in the printer and use the method described in this section to demonstrate the task to the learner, You should ask your teacher, trainer or a peer to observe your demonstration and give you feedback.