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Unformatted text preview: Stacey Huber Psych 306 December 1, 2010 Lesson Plan Class Objectives 1. For students to review class material from the entire semester through a jeopardy review game 2. For students to reflect on the valuable assets learned from this class 3. For students to receive closure from me and have any unanswered questions answered Class Materials: 1. Chalk Board 2. Jeopardy Questions 3. Candy Intro to Weekly Discussion (5-10 minutes) 1. Write Agenda on Board a. Ice Breaker b. Drew’s Poster Presentation c. Lecture Recap/Readings discussion d. Jeopardy with Sam’s Discussion- my room, 216 Dennison e. Next Week: Exam f. Final thoughts g. Reminder: Next week the exam will take place at 296 Dennison; you will have up until 5:30 to finish the exam. Open ended questions, probably about 4. No blue books are needed 2. Have students arrange seats into circle if they have not already done so 3. Ask if there are any questions about today’s lecture 4. Hand Back Informational interview 2 a. Ask if there are any questions/concerns about the feedback on the assignment 5. Take Attendance (fill out attendance tracker sheet) Activities/Discussion (35 minutes) 1. Ice Breaker: When you were a little kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? a. Each student will share what their fantasy job was when they were a little kid 2. Drew to present his informational interview poster 3. Reading and lecture Have class briefly discuss the readings a. 211 Readings: Email Etiquette- What are some key points? i. Do research before emailing ii. Read everything thoroughly- follow instructions iii. Email “thank you’s” after interviews iv. Follow up any verbal agreement in writing v. Make email alias your full name vi. Subject line is clear and meaningful to recipient vii. Don’t misspell recipients name; don’t assume a female is married viii. If unsure gender of recipient, do research ix.ix....
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2011 for the course PSYCH 306 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.
- Fall '08