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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/17/11 Unit 4: learning is strategic Memory Strategies Attentional Control Developmental Changes in Strategy Use Metacognition 5/17/11 An Activity for Attention  In this video you will need to focus on the two basketballs that will be tossed around. People will be moving, and sometimes its not so easy to see where they go. It will test your attention skills! Your goal is to count the TOTAL times the basketballs are passed.  http://viscog.beckman.uiuc.edu/grafs/demos/15.html 5/17/11 Partial study guide  Unit 3 study guide is posted on angel.  Next exam time is April 5 (Tues), Unit 3 and Unit 4 5/17/11 Attention  What does it take for you to feel overwhelmed/overloaded?  Do you recognize when youve been pushed beyond your limits of attention?  What do you do to get yourself back on track? 5/17/11 Attention is Developed  How we feel as adults is different than what children feel, because weve learned and practiced attention control, experienced overload, etc., and know what to do.  Children have not developed these same abilities.  Later we will do an activity to see what it might feel like for children to experience attention overload. 5/17/11 Distraction Activity  Understanding the difficulties of directing attention.  4 teams  Think about ways to distract (must be classroom appropriate: no screaming, can use phones rings, singing, etc.) 5/17/11 Distraction Activity  Make your plan to devise some distractions to use on your opposing teams.( 5 minutes)  Team 1 v.s Team 2/ Team3 v.s Team 4.( 5 minutes each) ...
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