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Webquests

  1. 1. Gabe Pullin WebQuests 1st online WebQuest:http://zunal.com/webquest.php?w=224800 2ndWebQuest: IntroductionNow that we know about the history of Abnormal Psychology we can break down the different disorders. To start off with some things we’ve all heard a little bit about before, we’re going to learn about mood disorders! You know the moods we all have? Just think of it like that except some are extremely heightened. TaskAs we break down different mood disorders, the learner will gain greater knowledge about the individual disorders. Once the WebQuest is completed, the learner should be able to partake in a class discussion and answer some standard questions about each. Process1st: You are going to need to go to an individual computer to complete this WebQuest. Follow along, and afterwards we’ll come back together as a class where I will ask for question, ask you all questions, and have an overall discussion where I expect feedback. For participation points you are going to want to know the information that comes next. 2nd: Watch this video as an overall start to what you’ll be learning more of nexthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OizUu-_bRQk After that, move along to this- http://www.webmd.com/bipolar-disorder/guide/bipolardisorder-forms Read the Major Depressive Disorder Sectionhttp://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/depression/index.shtml Next- http://psychcentral.com/lib/dysthymia-chronic-depression
  2. 2. Last but not leasthttp://www.aacap.org/AACAP/Families_and_Youth/Facts_for_Families/Facts_for_Families_Pag es/Disruptive_Mood_Dysregulation_Disorder_DMDD_110.aspx 3rd: Good job! Now come back and join us in the real world where we’ll discuss, as a class, all of these interesting mood disorders. Remember, don’t be afraid to speak up! Right or wrong answer, I’m looking for participation. I’ll open up the discussion by asking for questions, then ask you all questions to see if you paid attention while following the activity, and then close with anything else you guys may want to know! Get ready to discuss! EvaluationThis will be graded entirely on participation. Ask a question, help someone out with an answer, answer one of my questions, add you opinion or input into a topic, or all of the above! If you haven’t said anything by the end, I’ll ask you something individually to help get you these points! 10/10- Participated in the discussion. 5/10- Present, interested, but not involved. 0/10- Not present. ConclusionDid you all enjoy this kind of activity? I think it’s different, and let me know if you want to see more things like this! Mood disorders are pretty interesting, aren’t they? It’s just heightened experiences we all have inside of us. Next we’ll talk about anxiety disorders. Get excited!

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