This PowerPoint teaches students the concept of Id, Ego, and SuperEgo and discusses the theory of the psyche according to Sigmund Freud. The PowerPoint uses written and visual elements to teach the concept. It has an assignment at the end; the
This resource asks students to research the Korean War and fill out a map that portrays the information that they learn in a visual way. This worksheet resembles a color by number page, and gives students step by step instructions to tailor their
This resource resembles a color by number page, that asks students to show information in multiple different ways concerning the different ethnic groups that immigrated to the United States during the 1800s.
This PowerPoint thoroughly goes over the 8 stages discussed in Erik Erikson's Development Theory. It also includes a group activity at the end in which students create a timeline with information that they learned from the lecture.
This resource provides the overview, instructions, and rubric for a psychological research project. Students will be able to design and execute their own psychological experiment following the steps of the scientific method.
This resource asks students to research the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq, while simultaneously filling out maps and graphs on the information that they learn. This worksheet resembles a color by number page, and walks the students step by step
This resource asks students to research World War One and follow a step by step worksheet to put the information they learned into a visual representation.
This worksheet is based on information from various different sources, which I do not claim
This resource asks students to color a map of the United States showing Union and Confederate states during the Civil War. It also asks them to provide specific dates on the southern states secession; as well as, research specific information about
This resource asks students to create front page news articles about labor unions from the 1800s. It provides them with examples on creating the newspaper articles, an outline of requirements, and was graded on completion.
This resource asks students to create their own picture books explaining one major concept from the Civil War. It provides them with requirements and a rubric for grading. This activity incorporates cross-curricular learning.
This PowerPoint discusses the Korean War and explains important people's impact, causes and effects, and the United States involvement in the conflict. Students are asked to analyze political cartoons and there is a reference to the battle map that
This worksheet is described in the "Taste Activity Plan" that can be found on my page. It is an interactive activity that teaches students about the taste receptors of the tongue. The activity can be messy and requires some purchases to be made
This PowerPoint will teach students key terms and concepts concerning the psychological theories behind learning, intelligence, thinking, and memory. It has both written and visual elements, as well as a interactive portion, and includes an
This PowerPoint teaches students about the theory of Operant Conditioning and about B.F. Skinner. It uses visual and written elements. The videos from Youtube are not mine, and I am not claiming them to be. There is a correlating worksheet that can
This resource was designed as an outline for students to create a presentation on an assigned psychological disorder. They can work in groups, partnerships, or individually. It combines collaboration and research. The resource also contains an
This outline asks students to create case studies for a specific list of psychological disorders. It provides them with a very thorough guideline and an example for the assignment. A holistic rubric is included for grading.
This resource contains 15 case studies of popular fictional characters from movies and books that the students are familiar with. They will be asked to read the case study, highlight symptoms, diagnose the patient with a disorder, and recommend