Erika Nardin

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Erika Nardin
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Psychology of Evil attempts to explain why people do evil things. This is primarily based on Zimbardo's theory. We spend a lot of time studying it in a grand scale. We also try to analyze individual acts of evil through breaking down sociopaths and
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These are lecture notes to coincide with the Religions Lesson Plans also for sale. This is about a 1.5 week unit. The goal is simply to give a broad overview of the beliefs of the 5 major world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity
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For the Psychology of Evil Unit we watched the Stanford Prison Experiment. This guide helped students apply the concepts we learned about the Lucifer Effect, de-individuation and evil and applied it to one of the most famous psychological
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These are 6 lesson plans discussing the 5 major world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. An introduction to religion lesson plan is also included. Each lesson is only one day (I know it feels rather short), I try to
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I have used this cycle for teaching the American, French Revolutions and the Arab Spring (and it could be used for so much more). It is a simple graphic organizer that allows students to see the pattern in political revolutions. They can fill it out
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Tennessee's standardized test is the End of Course (EOC). The class would watch clips from the History Channel's Story of Us series and answer the questions while watching. I found it helpful for students to have visuals of the information we have
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A packet to help students review for their final exam. I switched the theorists for personality so if you would like the original please let me know. These are the units we studied for the semester: - Biology of the Brain - Learning and Memory -
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A worksheet to help students understand the five relationships within Confucianism. Students read a quote from The Analects, state the relationship that applies and then analyze the quote. A quick easy way to understand a major part of Confucianism.
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This is a world history test of the prehistory unit. This includes multiple choice, short answer and an essay question. I had a graphic organizer that included a drawing to represent the different stages of prehistoric man (see question 24). This
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I used the movie Sometimes in April for my Psychology of Evil unit, but it can definitely be used in multiple types of classrooms. It is a movie about the Rwandan genocide. It follows the story of two Hutu brothers, one who was an extremist and the
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While studying social psychology we used the movie 12 Angry Men as a case study to understand all of the concepts discussed in the unit. It was a helpful tool to connect all of the pieces together and the class LOVED the movie. I provided a juror
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There are six lessons to this unit. There is an introduction to the concept of evil, details into Zimbardo's Lucifer Effect, what is a hero, and the difference between psychopaths and sociopaths. The timing of the plans can be easily adaptable based
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If you want to save time and money from purchasing all of the pieces from the Psychology of Evil Unit they are all here in one bunch. Included are: all of the lesson plans and worksheets from the unit (sorry I'm not able to attach the PowerPoint as
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This worksheet is used to help students break down the meaning of the a primary source using MAPP (Main Idea, Analysis, Purpose and Point of View). There are also questions to help students break down what they have just read.
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This is for a final exam (but information from only one semester which was European History). We covered: The Middle Ages, Renaissance, Reformation, Exploration and Conquest, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment and French Revolution. The document
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These worksheets are to help students analyze Zimbardo's Lucifer Effect (Psychology of Evil Unit). Students can have several days to research or the teacher can give materials for them to go through. Students take famous genocides in history (I
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9th Grade History test on the Middle Ages. The test consist of mostly multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions. The PowerPoint listed in my products is based on the test.
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These are very short notes that mostly consist of maps. The main theme through this unit was: how has the era of exploration changed the face of Latin America. Through this unit we explored the ideas of race, religion and language have been changed
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This worksheet correlates with a lesson from the Psychology of Evil lesson plans. It discusses Philip Zimbardo's theory of a hero. There are statistics from his research of people who could fall under the hero category. Students are able to look at
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This is a video guide to the episode 'New World' from the History Channel's Mankind: The Story of All of Us. This video guide starts about 9 minutes into the episode and is broken into three sections: Aztecs, Constantinople and Exploration. We don't
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Taught 11th and 12th grade: U.S. History, African American History and Contemporary Issues Taught 9th Grade: World Geography, World History Mixed Grades: Modern History, Psychology

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I really like group work and making students read to find the information on their own. I am still the old school history teacher that does lecture a lot though. Each subject I have taught has made me use a different style of teaching.

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University of Memphis (History) Union University (Masters in Urban Education) Memphis Teacher Residency (MTR)

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