Students will be able to know the basics of identifying lying as well have experience identifying low level lying.
Task #1 – First I will hand out index cards to you all. On these cards I want you to do three things:
1- Put your name in the uppor right hand corner
2- Give me your definition of lying
3- How do you spot lying?
Task #2 – Now we will set up a cornell note paper for our information today on lying.
Task #3 – Today’s essential question: What are the physical and emotional signs that someone is lying?
Task #4 – Introductory video to the science of lying.
Task #5 – Brief discussion on what we learned from the 8 minute video.
Task #6 – Introductory video on the science on watching eye movement to determine if someone is lying.
Task #7 – Science experiment. On a seperate sheet of paper set up the following format:
Visual recall (eye movement directions Example: ^ >)
Question (write a question that will require a peer to remember something that they saw)
List of names of peers you asked your question to and their eye movement.
Task #8 – Results of experiment:
Trial #1 – 48.6% accuracy (48.6% to eye movements did what they were supposed to do according to the science video)
Make sure to review your Cornell notes on Identifying Lying tonight!