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Willmar Public Schools
Curriculum Mapping
Psychology I – Grades 9-12
Week
1
Content
(Tells what the student will
know)
Psychology as a Science…
Basic Foundations:
Leaders, Theories, and
Schools.
1-2
Physiology and Behavior
3
Basic Sensations and
Perceptions: Sight
4
Basic Sensations &
Perceptions: sound, taste,
and perceptual differences
4-6
Developmental Psychology
6-8
Basic Learning and Memory
6-8
Basic Learning and Memory
9
Retention
Skill
(Tells what the student will do)
Assessment
Standard Addressed
Essential Question
(Creates a reason for student to learn the
content).
Is Psychology a Science? How has psychology
developed? Who are my peers?
Puzzle creation, Active Milgram
Debate, Examine/complete Intro to
Psych Q’s, Pre-test Challenge, and
Personal Mingo Research.
Debate discussion and
participation, correction/
discussion highlight questions,
and personal mingo
share/student quiz.
Historical Skills: Inquiry (Analyze
evidence of past methodologies
and applications to present)
Examine/participate in
physiology/behavior “notes” and web
based instruction, human neural
chain creation/speed, and leaping
peers for neural transmission.
Become blind (peanuts, oranges,
hallway), create class eye, goggle
and blind spot participation, and
examine life without our senses.
Physiology odd drawings and
small group physiology
behavior quiz.
Historical Skills: Inquiry (Analyze
evidence of past methodologies
and applications to present)
What is the relationship between physical science
and our mental processes/behaviors?
Life without senses
challenge/debate and possible
key sensation quiz
(written/verbal/physical
recreation).
Disco walk through, odd
perceptual quiz, perceptual
collages/peer teachings,
Keynote® sensations and
perceptions assessment.
Heredity vs. environment
challenge, Historical Skills:
Inquiry (Analyze evidence of
past methodologies and
applications to present)
template, little visitors day
application, pop developmental
quiz, unit 1 psychionary and
follow evaluation.
Historical Skills: Inquiry (Analyze
evidence of past methodologies
and applications to present)
What would life be like without certain senses?
What is possible? How do you see? Are the
senses taken for granted?
Historical Skills: Inquiry (Analyze
evidence of past methodologies
and applications to present)
How do we hear? What is the difference
between our individual perceptions? What alters
perceptions?
Historical Skills: Inquiry (Analyze
evidence of past methodologies
and applications to present)
Who are you? What makes you the individual
you are today? What would it be like to be a child
again? What is the power of heredity and
environment?
Learning highlight fill quiz,
classical conditioning class
creations, study habit test,
shaping “rats” and Rat iMovie®
assessment.
Historical Skills: Inquiry (Analyze
evidence of past methodologies
and applications to present)
How do you learn? What is the correlation
between learning and parenting, media,
marketing, etc…?
Rapid recall® participation, rote
vs. elaborative student/teacher
debate and challenge.
Historical Skills: Inquiry (Analyze
evidence of past methodologies
and applications to present)
Are you studying/learning appropriately to retain
information?
Create sound disco, examine taste
experimentations, analyze perceptual
notes, examine various perceptual
types/differences, and view psychic
possibilities.
Brainstorming heredity vs.
environment, examine/analyze
developmental basic Qs, observe
developmental psychology
Keynote®, QuickTime®, and iMovie®
demonstrations, understand basic
play and observation styles, view wild
child life story/compare to own
environment, and generate Historical
Skills: Inquiry (Analyze evidence of
past methodolgies and applications
to present) plan.
Examine key learning highlights,
assess and analyze present recall
skills, examine differences between
classical, operant, and social
conditioning, and participate in squirt
demo.
Examine key memory highlights and
complete Historical Skills: Inquiry
(Analyze evidence of past
methodologies and applications to
present) student and class web page.
Examine entire Psychology I
curriculum
“Hot seat,” “Psychionary,”
“Psych phrase,” Unit 1
evaluation, and final evaluation
What did I learn? Can I recall effectively?