Hunger IIC-2.1 Describe the interaction of internal cues and learning on basic drives.
Warm Up: Chronicle the changes in theories from Darwin’s theory to Maslow’s Standards Objective Students will be able to apply the concepts of motivation (specifically hunger) to the movie “127 Hours” and analyze his motivations at certain aspects of the movie through a movie analysis. • IIC-2.1 Describe the interaction of internal cues and learning on basic drives.
Hunger Jigsaw • Working as your table groups, each member at your table will be responsible for a different part of the jigsaw (like a puzzle). Once everyone has finished, you will share aloud and take notes from what they are saying. • Seat 1 –Physiology of Hunger (Blue Psychology book – page 474-477) • Seat 2 – Psychology of Hunger (Blue Psychology book – page 477-480) • Seat 3 –Social Effects of obesity (Exploring Psych – page 350-351) • Seat 4 – Physiology of obesity (Exploring Psych – page 351-353) • Seat 5- Environmental Influences of obesity (Exploring Psych – page 353-355) • Seat 6 - What is hunger + What is obesity and weight control (In notebook or in the margins of the packet) (Exploring Psych – page 343-344 and 347-350)
Annotations for Article – Due Wednesday October 23rd • Highlight – important information • In the margin, write why its important • Circle – unknown words • Look them up! Write the definition • Underline – unclear parts • Ask a question, why is it unclear? What don’t you understand • Make notes to yourself • Talk to the text, ask it questions, does anything relate to you?