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Mr. Hofer's Lesson Plans for the Week of May 1st, 2017

Week of 

 

(Modern Problems)

Block 1

 

(American History)

Block 2

 

(Psychology)

Block 4

MONDAY

 

 

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY

Objectives: Students will gather research material for Policy Debate 2

21 notecards - Due

Objectives: Students will witness the use of the atomic bombs that ended WWII. Students will analyze the necessity of their use.

Watch: Hiroshima (BBC)

Pro/Con Assessment of the use of the A-bomb, Due Wednesday

 

Objectives: Students will learn the diagnostic criteria and prevalence of mood disorders. 

Notes

 

Chapter 14 Concepts and Vocab, Due Friday

 

WEDNESDAY

Objectives: Contention and Rebuttal Papers, Due Friday

Objectives: Students will analyze the necessity of the use of the A-bomb on Japan to end WWII. Students will analyze historical primary sources regarding this topic.

Primary Source Assessment

Pro/Con Assessment of the use of the A-bomb, Due

Objective: students will understand the diagnostic criteria for bipolar mood disorder. Students will read a first-hand account of bipolar I disorder. Students will examine facts and fiction about suicide and suicide prevention.

Notes

Read excerpt from "Madness" by Marya Hornbacher

THURSDAY

Project work time

Objective: Students will understand how American atomic energy policy developed after WWII, specifically Eisenhower's "Atoms for Peace" Policy

Notes

Objectives: Students will be understand the clinical value of the term psychotic. Students will learn the diagnostic criteria of Schizophrenia. Students will observe the biography of John Nash, famous mathematician with schizophrenia.

FRIDAY

Contention and Rebuttal Papers, Due

Objectives: Students will demonstrate their comprehension of the weekly objectives, concepts, and vocab.

Objectives: Students will be understand the clinical value of the term psychotic. Students will learn the diagnostic criteria of Schizophrenia. Students will observe the biography of John Nash, famous mathematician with schizophrenia.

Chapter 14 Concepts and Vocab, Due

Content Quiz