Freedom Writers Questions
1. What caused Eva not to protect Paco at the trail was her mother told her that the
man who put her father in jail was protecting his own kind also.
2. Evas behavior at the trial was considered deviant because she was supposed t
Anybodys Son Will Do
1. William Manchesters response to killing the sniper was terrifying, shameful, and
2. Manchester reacted that way because ever since he was a child, he had been taught to not
3. The military changes men/women in ord
Uncanny Sight in the Blind
With the help of blindsight, blind people are able to detect and respond to things without
actually seeing them. They are able to detect shapes, lines, disappearing and appearing objects,
movement, and color. TN, a blind man, de
The Left Brain Knows What the Right Hand Is Doing
Righties tend to be more dominant in the left hemisphere of the brain where as
lefties tend to be more dominant in the right hemisphere. Researchers have been
analyzing why left-handed peoples balance of t
Prohibition Yes or No?
Personally, I do not believe alcohol should have been banned during the 1920s. With alcohol being a part
of many peoples lifestyles and culture, taking it away was bound to cause some controversy.
The prohibition of a
Group Members: Remi Waxman, Mira Korngold,
and Claire Gilbert
PART ONE: THE PROJECT PROPOSAL
What is the
subject of your
Our message we are trying to convey is that
although peer pressure is all around us we need
to learn to say no.
What are t
Vous tes poli ou grossier?
Caroline est trs polie. Parce que elle parler sil vous plat est merci quand elle
demander quelque chose. Elle est courtoise quand elle entrez dans une maison elle
enlve ses chaussures et lorsque elle remercie les
Ma Routine Quotidenne
1. Je me reveille sept heures et demie.
2. Je me brosse les dents huit heures moins le quart.
3. Je me lave le visage huit heures moins dix.
4. Je habbille huit heures moins cinq.
5. Jarrive lcole huit heures vingt.
ssdsdAre you polite or are you rude?
1. Do you say please when you ask for something?
2. Do you say thank you when someone helps you?
3. Do you talk back to people?
4. When you meet someone for the first time do you shake his or her hand and
say nice to m
The Other Side of the Island and Lit Circle Books
In this exercise you will be doing a comparison between The Other Side
of the Island and the lit circle books you have chosen. Today you will be
filling in the column about The Other S
Book Club Social Media Summary
Book Club #1
Alexs twitter feed
School is sooo boring #endalready
Beautiful day. #sunsout #rivertime
Clay got the goods! #letscelebrate #thomasUready ? #initiation
Just call me Is Male
Solutions to Scarcity; Methods of Allocation and Distribution
Complete the following chart:
Real World Example of Where
Youve Seen This Allocation
Hand them out on a fir
Jacs Guest Speaker Reflection
Name Claire Gilbert
You have been invited to be a guest writer for a teen magazine. Your
assignment is to write an article about the Guest Speaker
Presentation from JACS.
Your article should include:
Hotel Rwanda: Written Response
Choose two of the four questions to answer (paragraph form). Submit your work via email.
1. At the beginning of the film, Paul places far greater value on protecting his family than protecting
his neighbors. But as the film
Unit 1: Psychology's History and Approaches
Section 1: What is Psychology?
How did psychology develop from its prescientific roots in early understandings
of mind and body to the beginnings of modern science?
Unit 9: Developmental Psychology
Nature versus nurture
Continuity and stages
Do we change in a gradual way (more fluid) or are there set
stages (at this age, this happens)?
Stability and change
How fixed are y
Unit 7A: Cognition: Memory
Memory: the persistence of learning over time through the storage and
Memory is learning that has persisted over time
Information that has been stored and can be retrieved
Possible Open Response Topics/Types
A. Design an Experiment
Students would be asked to design an experiment to test some psychological
theory. Would be asked to contextually use terms such as: independent variable,
Motivation: a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
8A.1: Motivational Concepts
Attitudes toward Motivational Behaviors:
Instinct Theory: now replaced by the evolutionary
perspective, focuses on genetically
Section 1: Thinking
Cognition: (thinking) the mental activities associated with thinking, knowing,
remembering and communicating
Cognitive Psychologists study these activities, including the logical and sometimes
illogical ways in which we create concep
Unit 5: States of Consciousness
What is consciousness? Every science has concepts so fundamental they are nearly impossible to define. Biologists
agree on what is alive but not on precisely what life is. In physics, matter and energy elude
12.1: Perspectives on Psychological Disorders
Psychological disorders consist of deviant, distressful and dysfunctional
Mental health workers view psychological disorders as persistently harmful
thoughts, feelings and actions
10.1: The Psychoanalytic Perspective
Personality: an individuals characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling and
Exploring the Unconscious
Parts of the Mind
Unconscious: according to Freud, a reservoir of mostly
AP Psych Unit 5 Practice Test
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. By 1960, the study of consciousness had been revived by psychologists' renewed interest in
Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes
A professional practitioner or researchers is called a psychologist
The term psychology literally means the study of the soul
It derives from the