Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final

The Power of Persuasion: A Day-By-Day Breakdown
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This Unit Pl...
Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final

Youtube and TeacherTube will be used to teach persuasion techniques, ...
Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final

Tuesday: Day 2
Analyze Learners: This classroom consists of a total o...
Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final

The students will use classroom computers to accomplish their project...
Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final

Teacher will use SmartBoard to display all material.
Youtube will be ...
Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final

Thursday: Day 4
Analyze Learners: This classroom consists of a total ...
Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final

Select Methods, Media and Materials
Students will use either a video ...
Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final

topic as this is the first Psychology class they have taken. Students...
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  1. 1. Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final The Power of Persuasion: A Day-By-Day Breakdown Abstract This Unit Plan is intended for an 11th grade classroom. It will discuss the components, methods and techniques used in persuasion. After having completed this unit, students will be able to accurately identify real world examplesof persuasion. All of this will be accomplished through learning about the mechanics of persuasion, analyzing and viewing advertisements and studying the process of indoctrination and mechanics of cults. Ultimately, students will know how to identify and resist persuasive messages. Monday: Day 1 Analyze Learners: This classroom consists of a total of 20 students who are in the 11th grade (16-17 years old). There are 17 Caucasian, 1 African American, and 2 Asian students. Additionally, there are 11 females and 9 males. Students come from similar socioeconomic backgrounds, most come from middle-class families. Four of the students have mild cases of ADHD; 3 are generally unaffected by their disability. Students have very little knowledge on the topic as this is the first Psychology class they have taken. Students in this class are active and hand’s on learners. State Objective: By the end of today’s lesson, the 11th grade students in this classroom will understand and be capable of applying the four critical elements of persuasion, pathos, ethos, and logos, the difference between the two routes to getting a persuasive message across (elaboration likely-hood model), and common techniques involved in persuading others to real world scenarios. This class will demonstrate the knowledge they have obtained by posting a real-life, personal experience scenario on the class Blog. In the blog, they must identify the methods and techniques of persuasion with detail, as well as identify the route used to get the message across. Examples used must be 100% accurate in identifying a personal scenario. Select Methods, Media and Materials Students will utilize WebQuest to perform assignment. Students may choose between making a PowerPoint, Video, Google Drive, Prezi, or Podcast to create their group assignment. Must consult instructor if they want to use another method. Students will have access to computers to create projects. Teacher will use SmartBoard to display material.
  2. 2. Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final Youtube and TeacherTube will be used to teach persuasion techniques, pathos,logos, ethos, ELB. Podcast will be made available on the ELB. PowerPoint for 4 Critical Elements of persuasion. Students will use Blogger.com Utilize Materials Teacher will need to ensure that all links, videos and presentation materials are working and valid. Teacher will need to ensure a computer lab is open or computers are available in the class. Teacher will need to arrange the classroom in sucha way that it is easy to work in groups, as well as easy to view the SmartBoard. I will use my SmartBoard to display PowerPoint Presentation and Videos. The Students will use WebQuest to begin creating their group project. The students will use classroom computers to accomplish their project. Once the students have gathered enough information, they will create their assignment using any application they please. Students will use blogger to demonstrate the knowledge they have learned in today’s lesson. Require Learner Participation Students will be required to participate in the assignment and discuss questions that are brought up in class.In order to accomplish this, the teacher must engage students in conversation and bring about class discussion by asking questions that will allow the students to think critically. After the lesson, students will work in groups to begin creating their project on advertising. Each student must participate or they will receive a failing grade. Students will, as homework, post on the blog page for the class to demonstrate what they learned that day. Evaluate and Revise Instructor will assign a Blog discussion at the end of class to be due by midnight. Teacher will evaluate the responses of the students to determine if they grasped the concept of the material. The blog will be informal. Teacher will be looking to see if any discrepancies in learning have occurred. She will look for things such as: correct terms, accurate examples, and an overall understanding of how persuasion works. Students will be graded on a pass/fail bases, but will have the opportunity to correct mistakes.
  3. 3. Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final Tuesday: Day 2 Analyze Learners: This classroom consists of a total of 20 students who are in the 11th grade (16-17 years old). There are 17 Caucasian, 1 African American, and 2 Asian students. Additionally, there are 11 females and 9 males. Students come from similar socioeconomic backgrounds, most come from middle-class families. Four of the students have mild cases of ADHD; 3 are generally unaffected by their disability. Students have very little knowledge on the topic as this is the first Psychology class they have taken. Students in this class are active and hand’s on learners. State Objective: By the end of today’s class, the 11th grade students in this classroom will understand the mechanics of advertising to their fullest capability. With at least 90% accuracy, students will identify persuasive techniques and tricks used in advertising, such as color schemes, and techniques we discussed in previous classes. To demonstrate their ability to do this, students will finalize their WebQuest assignment by the end of class and be prepared to present for tomorrow’s class. Students will also strengthen their ability to work in groups by actively participating and interacting with other group members. To demonstrate their ability to do so, students will have to have their own part in the presentation, as well as indicate the sections of the presentation they contributed to and complete the task before the end of class, all with 100% accuracy. Select Methods, Media and Materials Students will utilize WebQuest to finish assignment. Students may choose between making a PowerPoint, Video, Google Drive, Prezi, or Podcast to create their group assignment. Must consult instructor if they want to use another method. Students will have access to computers to create projects. Teacher will use SmartBoard to display material. Youtube and TeacherTube will be used to teach advertising tricks. Utilize Materials Teacher will need to ensure that all links, videos and presentation materials are working and valid. Teacher will need to ensure a computer lab is open or computers are available in the class. Teacher will need to arrange the classroom in sucha way that it is easy to work in groups, as well as easy to view the SmartBoard. Teacher will use theSmartBoard to display PowerPoint Presentation and Videos. The Students will use WebQuest to finalize their group project.
  4. 4. Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final The students will use classroom computers to accomplish their project. Once the students have gathered enough information, they will create their assignment using any application they please. Require Learner Participation Students will be required to participate in the assignment and discuss questions that are brought up in class.In order to accomplish this, the teacher must engage students in conversation and bring about class discussion by asking questions that will allow the students to think critically. After the lesson, students will work in groups to finalize their project on advertising. Each student must participate or they will receive a failing grade. Evaluate and Revise Instructor will visually evaluate the classroom to ensure students are actively participating in groups. Official evaluation on WebQuest assignment will be made tomorrow during presentations. Wednesday: Day 3 Analyze Learners: This classroom consists of a total of 20 students who are in the 11th grade (16-17 years old). There are 17 Caucasian, 1 African American, and 2 Asian students. Additionally, there are 11 females and 9 males. Students come from similar socioeconomic backgrounds, most come from middle-class families. Four of the students have mild cases of ADHD; 3 are generally unaffected by their disability. Students have very little knowledge on the topic as this is the first Psychology class they have taken. Students in this class are active and hand’s on learners. State Objective:By the end of today’s lesson, students in this classroom will understand with 100% accuracy as to how cults indoctrinate their members and persuade them to do as they please. To demonstrate the knowledge learned from this, students will partake in another Blog post discussion that will tell me how they would create their own cult and how they would indoctrinate their members. Students must provide reasonable details and supportive claims that are 100% accurate and reliable. They must demonstrate a clear understanding of how cults work. To further exemplify their knowledge on cults, students will be assigned a WebQuest group assignment due that is Friday and will be evaluated then. This assignment must demonstrate an understanding of the chosen cult and how they indoctrinated their members, and provide details with the functionality of the cult. On this day, students will also successfully present their presentation, within a timely manner and adhere by the guidelines provided with 100% accuracy. Select Methods, Media and Materials Students will present their advertisement project by the method they had chosen on the SmartBoard, if applicable.
  5. 5. Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final Teacher will use SmartBoard to display all material. Youtube will be used to explain cults to students. Hand out will be given for the group assignment on cults. Students will use either a video of storytelling or a wikispace to create their Cult project. Utilize Materials Teacher will need to ensure that all links, videos and presentation materials are working and valid. Teacher will need to ensure a computer lab is open or computers are available in the class. Teacher will need to arrange the classroom in such a way that it is easy to work in groups, as well as easy to view the SmartBoard. Teacher will use the SmartBoard to display PowerPoint Presentation and Videos. The Students will use SmartBoard to present their projects. Students will begin working on their cult assignment and will utilize the handout for directions. Require Learner Participation Students will be required to participate in the assignment and discuss questions that are brought up in class. . In order to accomplish this, the teacher must engage students in conversation and bring about class discussion by asking questions that will allow the students to think critically. Students will each demonstrate an active role of participation during presentations. Students will complete the online blog assignment. Students will begin working on the Cult assignment with their group. Evaluate and Revise Instructor will review blog posts made by students to ensure that there is not a discrepancy in learning. Teacher will be looking at whether or not the students have a realistic understanding of how cults and persuasion tie in together. Today, the teacher will also evaluate the assignment on advertising, using the rubric below:
  6. 6. Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final Thursday: Day 4 Analyze Learners: This classroom consists of a total of 20 students who are in the 11th grade (16-17 years old). There are 17 Caucasian, 1 African American, and 2 Asian students. Additionally, there are 11 females and 9 males. Students come from similar socioeconomic backgrounds, most come from middle-class families. Four of the students have mild cases of ADHD; 3 are generally unaffected by their disability. Students have very little knowledge on the topic as this is the first Psychology class they have taken. Students in this class are active and hand’s on learners. State Objective:By the end today’s lessons, the 11th grade students in this classroom will know how to identify and resist persuasive messages, without hesitation and with 100% accuracy. In order to demonstrate their ability to resist persuasive messages, students will create a quick skit with their group that accurately entails how to resist a persuasive message when another individual is attempting to persuade them. Students must demonstrate a clear understanding of how persuasion works and how to resist it with 100% accuracy. Students will also strengthen their ability to work in groups by actively participating and interacting with other group members. To demonstrate their ability to do so, students will have to have their own part in the presentation, as well as indicate the sections of the presentation they contributed to and complete the task before the end of class, all with 100% accuracy.
  7. 7. Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final Select Methods, Media and Materials Students will use either a video of storytelling or a wikispace to create their Cult project. Teacher will use SmartBoard to display all material. Youtube will be used to explain cults to students. Hand out will be given for the group assignment on cults. Utilize Materials Teacher will need to ensure that all links, videos and presentation materials are working and valid. Teacher will need to ensure a computer lab is open or computers are available in the class. Teacher will need to arrange the classroom in such a way that it is easy to work in groups, as well as easy to view the SmartBoard. Teacher will use the SmartBoard to display PowerPoint Presentation and Videos. The Students will use SmartBoard to present their projects. Students will finalize their cult assignment and will utilize the handout for directions, as well as creating their video or wikispace. Require Learner Participation Students will be required to participate in the assignment and discuss questions that are brought up in class. In order to accomplish this, the teacher must engage students in conversation and bring about class discussion by asking questions that will allow the students to think critically. Students will each demonstrate an active role of participation during presentations. Students will participate in in-class activity. Evaluate and Revise Instructor will visually evaluate the classroom to ensure students are actively participating in groups. Misconduct will not be tolerable and will be punishable. Instructor will evaluate the skit in a pass/fail manner. She will be looking to see whether or not the students accurately demonstrated their understanding of resisting persuasion. Official evaluation on Cult WebQuest assignment will be made tomorrow during presentations. Friday: Day 5 Analyze Learners: This classroom consists of a total of 20 students who are in the 11th grade (16-17 years old). There are 17 Caucasian, 1 African American, and 2 Asian students. Additionally, there are 11 females and 9 males. Students come from similar socioeconomic backgrounds, most come from middle-class families. Four of the students have mild cases of ADHD; 3 are generally unaffected by their disability. Students have very little knowledge on the
  8. 8. Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final topic as this is the first Psychology class they have taken. Students in this class are active and hand’s on learners. State Objective:By the end today’s lesson, and overall unit, the 11th grade students in this classroom will understand and be capable of applying the four critical elements of persuasion, pathos, ethos, and logos, the difference between the two routes to getting a persuasive message across (elaboration likely-hood model), and common techniques involved in persuading others to real world scenarios. Furthermore, they will understand the mechanics of advertising to their fullest capability as well as, with 100% accuracy, know how cults indoctrinate their members and persuade them to do as they please. Finally, this classroom will know how to resist persuasive messages, without hesitation and with 100% accuracy. Ultimately, students are capable of applying the methods and mechanics of persuasion to real world scenarios which will help them protect their selves. Students have demonstrated their ability to do this, with at least 85- 100% accuracy to pass this lesson. Students will evaluate the lesson and teacher to provide feedback on the lesson. Select Methods, Media and Materials Students will present their Cult Webquest. Teacher will use SmartBoard to display all material. Students will be assigned a blog to reflect upon the assignment. Utilize Materials Teacher will need to ensure that all links, videos and presentation materials are working and valid. Teacher will need to ensure a computer lab is open or computers are available in the class. Teacher will need to arrange the classroom in such a way that it is easy to work in groups, as well as easy to view the SmartBoard. Teacher will use theSmartBoard to display student presentations. The Students will use SmartBoard to present their projects. Students will present their Cult Webquest. Require Learner Participation Students will each demonstrate an active role of participation during presentations. Students will participate in online-lesson reflection. Evaluate and Revise Today, instructor will evaluate group project on cults, using the following rubric: 4 points 3 Points 2 Points 1 Point Total
  9. 9. Hollie Keesee - CI 350 12:30-1:45 – Unit Plan Final Score Cooperative Learning Student actively participated in their group as well as worked well with others. Information on Cult The information presented was accurate and well organized in the video. Aesthetics of The video was Video pleasing to look at. Writing was clearly visible, music was appropriate, imaged were visible/appropriate. The video was well organized and contained viable information. Met time requirements. Student slightly participated in group and somewhat worked well with others. The information presented contained minor errors and was well organized in the video. The Video was overall pleasing to look at but contained minor errors such as text that was not visible or misaligned imaged or music. Information was well organized and contained accurate and viable information. Met time requirements. Student participated to the minimum extent and did not work well with others Student did not participate. The information presented contained serious defaults and was not organized in an appropriate manner. The Video was not pleasing to look at it. Text was difficult to read. Music was inappropriate. Information was jumbled and not organized. Did not meet time requirement. The majority of the information was inaccurate and/or was unorganized. The video lacked quality in all areas. Or the video was not completed. Students will also create an evaluation of the lesson using a blog to evaluate the instructor.

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