Period 1 – Criminal Behavior Agenda (8-29-2014)

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PERIOD 1 –

Criminal Behavior

TODAY’S TOPIC –

Psychiatric Disorders Commonly Associated with Criminal Behavior

TODAYS OBJECTIVE –

Students will attempt to both diagnose and identify what type of killer the fictional character Norman Bates is to within 75% accuracy of his true diagnosis.

TEACHING AGENDA –

Task #1 – Turn in parent letters if you have not done so yet.

Task #2 – quick quiz on mental disorders. This is just to check to see what ones you remember the best.

Task #3 – Finish Norman Bates film clips.

Task #4 – Students will form up groups and discuss their observation notes. When you come to a conclusion as to what mental disorder Norman Bates is suffering from as well as what type of  killer he is then sent one group member to the board to write it in the grid for your group.

Task #5 – Academic paragraphs – This time in your written up diagnosis you will have two paragraphs. The first paragraph will be about what type of mental disorder(s) do you think he is suffering from and a minimum of three pieces of evidence to support it. The second paragraph will be about what type of killer do you believe he is. Is he organized or disorganized? Again, make sure to cite three pieces of evidence to support your claim.

TICKET OUT THE DOOR –

Go to m.socrative.com, type in room name “a89559b4″, then type in your first name and last initial. Answer the questions that follow and hit “submit”. Then log out. Today’s teacher question: “What type of killer (organized vs disorganized) do you think Norman Bates is and what is the main evidence to support your answer?

Results: Ticket Out the Door – Criminal Behavior – 8-29-2014

HOMEWORK –

Have a good weekend.

STUDENT RESOURCES –

Organized vs Disorganized Killers Chart

Psychiatric Disorders Associated With Criminal Behavior 

C.C.S.S. –

RH 11-12.3 – Evaluate various explanations for actions or events and determine which explanation best accords with textual evidence, acknowledging where the text leaves matters uncertain.