Psychology: Development Across the Lifespan Bundle

Psychology: Development Across the Lifespan Bundle
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  1. In order to introduce students to a new chapter, they will read a series of statements and determine whether they think each statement is a fact or a myth. Includes: A handout containing 15 statements relevant to the development chapter of psychologyFour different strategies for completing this acti
  2. In order to deepen their understanding of development and aging, students will use this viewing guide before, during, and after watching the "Can We Live Forever?" episode of the Netflix docuseries Explained (2018).Included:15 question viewing guide, including pre- and post-viewing questionsKeyThe e
  3. In order to deepen their understanding of development across the lifespan, students will use this viewing guide before, during, and after watching the “Kids vs. Adults” episode of Brain Games (2020). In the fourth episode of the new season (8) of the show, actors Anthony Anderson and Marsai Martin f
  4. This task card set offers flexibility in reviewing the vocabulary included in the development across the lifespan unit of a psychology course. Includes:Teacher instructions with suggestions for use37 color task cards with cover and key cardAdditional color task cards to add your own termsColor stude
  5. In order to review concepts by chapter, students will play bingo by matching terms on their custom bingo card to definition clues.Included:Customizable bingo card Teacher tracking card 37 definition cards with terms included APA National Standards for High School Psychology Curricula:Development and
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  1. This mega bundle contains all of my resources for the first half of a psychology course! Resources Include:Chapter Fact or Myth GamesChapter Bingo GamesMovie Viewing GuidesEpisode Viewing GuidesProjectsExperimentsSimulationsTask CardsPreview & Review ActivitiesClasswork & HomeworkIndividual
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This bundle includes activities that can be used to introduce, reinforce, and study the material in the development across the lifespan unit of a psychology class. The fact or myth game is a fun introduction to intrigue students about the material and gauge their prior knowledge. The "Explained" and "Brain Games viewing guides give students in-depth look at aging and the difference between children and adults. The task cards offer flexibility in reviewing the vocabulary and bingo is a fun way to wrap up and review the chapter or study for a test.

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APA National Standards for High School Psychology Curricula:

  • Development and Learning Domain - Lifespan Development - 1.1 Explain the interaction of environmental and biological factors in development, including the role of the brain in all aspects of development; 1.2 Explain issues of continuity/discontinuity and stability/change; 1.3 Distinguish methods used to study development; 1.4 Describe the role of sensitive and critical periods in development; 1.5 Discuss issues related to the end of life; 2.1 Discuss theories of cognitive development; 2.2 Discuss theories of moral development; 2.3 Discuss theories of social development; 3.1 Describe physical development from conception through birth and identify influences on prenatal development; 3.2 Describe newborns’ reflexes, temperament, and abilities; 4.1 Describe physical and motor development; 4.2 Describe how infant perceptual abilities and intelligence develop; 4.3 Describe the development of attachment and the role of the caregiver; 4.4 Describe the development of communication and language; 5.1 Describe physical and motor development; 5.2 Describe how memory and thinking ability develops; 5.3 Describe social, cultural, and emotional development through childhood; 6.1 Identify major physical changes; 6.2 Describe the development of reasoning and morality; 6.3 Describe identity formation; 6.4 Discuss the role of family and peers in adolescent development; 7.1 Identify major physical changes associated with adulthood and aging; 7.2 Describe cognitive changes in adulthood and aging; 7.3 Discuss social, cultural, and emotional issues in aging

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