Today’s Topic –
Psychiatric disorders commonly associated with crime.
Teaching Objective –
Students will gather behavioral evidence about Norman Bates for analysis paper.
Teaching Agenda –
Warm Up (5 minutes)
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Results – *pending*
Task #1 (Individually) –
Quick reminder about MrTylersLessons.com – My website is an integral part of my class experience. I will remind you how it works on the computer and on your cell phones.
Task #2 (Individually) –
Quick review of the seven key theories again, organized vs disorganized killers, and psych disorders
Slide show = Why Commit Crime – 7 Key Theories
Downloadable PDF -> Organized vs Disorganized Killer Chart
Downloadable PDF -> Psychiatric Disorders Associated With Criminal Behavior (Version 3).
Task #3 –
We are going to continue our electronic diagnosis chart ( Cornell note style) on Norman Bates. Remember to save and share this document with MrTylersLessons@gmail.com
Below is the downl0adable doc if you were absent and need it.
Downloadable Doc -> Cornell Notes (V2)
Task #6 –
We will continue gathering behavioral evidence on our patient known as “Norman”. We will continue doing this by examining some video clips from the 1960 film Psycho. We will not be watching the whole film, just the scenes where Norman is talking with other people.
Task #7 –
Brief class discussion on what evidence we gathered.
Task #8 –
Now the evidence you have gathered will be turned into a five paragraph essay that will be due Wednesday (8-24-2016). This essay will be typed and submitted through Google to me. Remember to share it to MrTylersLessons@gmail.com In your essay you need to state which of the 7 key theories best explains his behavior, if he is an organized or disorganized killer, and what psychiatric disorder you believe he is primarily suffering from.
Ticket Out the Door:
Downloadable PDF -> Ticket Out the Door
If you are student who is catching up because you were transferred in please continue with the work you started in class today.
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