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Presentation hints from Alex, Zach, and Erica The presentation should be informative, entertaining, and enlightening. You are presenting your film and the disorder in a way that will help facilitate learning and retention of the information. You are, in essence, giving your expertise to the other members of your class, in turn helping them become knowledgeable in your disorder. So be creative - make a skit, act out scenes, incorporate the film into your diagnosis and presentation of the disorder in question. Do whatever you can to stimulate thought and interest in the disorder to create a desire to learn more. Nothing helps people remember like laughter and involvement. A few tips to help with the presentation: Research 1. Give a full diagnosis of the character in the film. The diagnosis should center around your disorder in the presentation, using film clips to display symptoms listed in the DSM-IV . 2. Ask yourself the following questions as you prepare for the presentation: How did this movie impact society? Does it further misconceived notions of disorder or psychology in general or does the film accurately portray mental illness? (Use movie reviews to support your answer.) How does the film reflect certain aspects of the progression of your
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course PSYC 190 at San Jose State University .

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