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ALL STUDENTS WHO HAVE CHOSEN OPTION 2 IN THE GOOGLE FORM BELOW, PLEASE GO TO MY WORLD GEOGRAPHY GOOGLE CLASSROOM WE HAVE BEEN USING ALL YEAR TO GET PREWORK FOR TUESDAY’S CLASS, I WILL ALSO SEND EACH OF YOU THE ZOOM ID AND PASSWORD FOR TUESDAY’S MEETING AT 11:00-11:45. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE EMAIL ME BEFORE TUESDAY. 

IF YOU CHOSE OPTION 2 FOR INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY, I WILL BE SENDING YOU THE ZOOM ID AND PASSWORD INDIVIDUALLY. THERE WILL BE NO PREWORK FOR TUESDAY’S CLASS AT 2:00-2:45. 

 

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DO NOW-Every student enrolled in Coach Whitlock’s classes need to complete this survey by Friday, April 24, 2020. If you do not complete this with your decision on your final grade in my class, Option 1 will be chosen for you.

 

 

                                                   Introduction to Psychology

1st – 2nd Hour

  • offers students an engaging introduction to the essential topics in psychology. Throughout this study of human behavior and the mind, you will gain insight into the history of the field of psychology, as well as explore current theories and issues in areas such as cognition, motivation, and wellness. Students taking this class should have the intention of taking and passing the CLEP exam to receive college credit. 

 

World Geography

 3rd – 5th Hour

  • In the study of world geography, students utilize physical and cultural perspectives to examine people, places, and environments at local, regional, national, and international levels. Students describe the influence of geography on the events of the past and present with emphasis on contemporary issues. A significant portion of the course centers around the physical processes that shape patterns in the physical environment; the characteristics of major landforms, climates, and ecosystems and interrelationships; the political, economic, and social processes that shape cultural patterns of regions; types and patterns of settlement; the distribution of movement of world population; relationships among people, places, and environments; and the concept of religion. Students analyze how location affects economic activities in different economic systems. Students identify the processes that influence the world’s political divisions and they analyze how different points of view affect the development of public policies. Students compare how components of culture shape the regional characteristics and analyze the impact of technology and human modifications on the physical environment. Students use problem-solving and decision-making skills to ask and answer geographic questions.


 

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