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Driver's Education Course Syllabus  

  

Course Syllabus

Title: Drivers Education TeacherBob Robertson

Textbook: Drivers Manual Handbook

Goals and Objectives

The students will have a general understanding of the principles of safely operating a vehicle.

Means of Achievement

  1. Lecture
  2. Discussion
  3. Group Work

Grading Tools (Assessment)

  1. Homework/Classwork
  2. Tests
  3. Projects

Grading System

All work will be graded and carry the same weight.

Teacher Expectations

  1. Do what’s right
  2. Discipline
    1. Warning
    2. Thought Paper
    3. Parent Meeting
    4. Corporal Punishment

Weeks 1 and 2

Unit 1 – Starting with You

Week 3

Unit 2 – Learning the Basics

Week 4

Unit 3 – Moving onto the Road

Weeks 5 & 6

Unit 4 – Planning for Your Future

Remaining time in the semester will be used for in-car driving.


Psychology Syllabus  


Course Syllabus

Title: Psychology TeacherBob Robertson

Textbook: Psychology and You

Goals and Objectives

The students will have a general understanding of the principles of psychology.

Means of Achievement

  1. Lecture
  2. Discussion
  3. Group Work

Grading Tools (Assessment)

  1. Homework
  2. Tests
  3. Projects
  4. Group Work

Grading System

All work will be graded and carry the same weight.

Teacher Expectations

  1. Do what’s right
  2. Discipline
    1. Warning
    2. Thought Paper
    3. Parent Meeting
    4. Corporal Punishment

August 7 – 23

Chapter 1 – What is Psychology?

August 26 – September 6

Chapter 2 – Theories of Personality

September 9 – 20

Chapter 3 – Development Over the Life Span

September 23 – October 4

Chapter 4 – Neurons, Hormones, and the Brain

October 7 – 25

Chapter 5 – Consciousness: Body Rhythms and Mental States

October 28 – November 8

Chapter 6 – Sensation and Perception

November 11 – 22

Chapter 7 – Thinking and Intelligence

December 2 – 13

Chapter 8 – Memory

December 16 – 20

Mid Terms

January 7 – 17

Chapter 9 – Learning

January 21 – 31

Chapter 10 – Behavior in Social and Cultural Context

February 3 – 14

Chapter 11 – Psychological Disorders

February 18 – 28

Chapter 12 – Approaches to Treatment and Therapy

March 3 – 7

Students will prepare on paper on any psychologist.

March 10 – 21

Chapter 13 – Emotion, Stress, and Health

March 24 – April 4

Chapter 14 – The Major Motives of Life

April 7 – 25

Teammates Matter Chapters 1 - 7

April 28 – May

Teammates Matter Chapters 8 - 14

May 5 – 9

Teammates Matter Chapters 15 - 22

May 12 – 16

Teammates Matter Chapters 23 - 28

May 19 – 23

Final Exam


Sociology Syllabus  

 

  

Course Syllabus

Title Sociology

Textbook Sociology A Down To Earth Approach 

Goals and Objectives 
The students will gain a general understanding of the principles of Sociology. 

Teacher Bob Robertson 

Means of Achievement

1. Lecture

2. Discussion

3. Group Work 

Grading Tools (Assessment)

1.

Homework

2.

Tests

3.

Projects

4.

Group Work



Grading System

All worwill be graded and carry the same weight.



Teacher Expectations

1. Do what's right

2. Discipline

A. Warning

B. Thought Paper

C. Parent Meeting

D. Corporal Punishment 


Projected Course Timeline

Aug. 7 16 Chapter 1 The Sociological Perspective

Aug. 19- 22 Chapter 2 Culture

Aug. 26- 30 Chapter 3 Socialization

Sept. 3-13 Chapter 4 Social Structure and Social Interaction

Sept. 16-20 Chapter 5 How Sociologist Do Research

Sept. 23-27 Chapter 6 Societies to Social Networks

Sept30-0ct. 4 Chapter 7 Bureaucracy and Formal Organizations

Oct7-11 Chapter 8 Deviance and Social Control

Oct. 21-Nov. 1 Chapter 9 Global Stratification

Nov. 4-15 Chapter 10 Social Class in the United States

Nov18-21 Chapter 11 Sex and Gender

Dec. 2-13 Chapter 12 Race and Ethnicity

Dee16-20 Mid Terms

Jan. 7-17 Chapter 13 The Elderly

Jan. 21-24 Chapter 14 The Economy

Jan27-31 Chapter 15 Politics

Feb3-Chapter 16 Marriage and Family

Feb. 10-21 Chapter 17 Education

Feb24-28 Chapter 18 Religon

Mar3-14 Chapter 19 Medicine and Health

Mar. 17-28 Chapter 20 Population and Urbanization

Mar31- Apr11 Chapter 21 Collective Behavior and Social Movements 
Apr21-May 2 Chapter 22 Socila Change and the Environment

May 5-9 Finalize notebooks and start paper on Sociologist

May 12-16 Prepare for Finals

May 19-23 Final Exams

 


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