PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH 5.1.2014 LESSON OBJECTIVES TO RECAP SOCIAL AND COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY CONTENT AN UNDERSTANDING OF UNDERLYING PSYCHODYNAMIC CONCEPTS Homework Write a 3 paragraph story 1. About a scene from your childhood 2. About a present day conflict 3. About your imagined future where you resolve your conflict using aspects from 1 and 2 PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH 8.1.2014 LESSON OBJECTIVES UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION OUTLINE THE TERMS CONSCIOUS, PRECONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS MINDS OUTLINE THE TERMS ID, EGO AND SUPEREGO Homework 1. Read about Freud’s concept of the id, ego and superego 2. Go to our website, and under the Psychodynamic tab you will find an iceberg image. Take the general components of the id, and challenge yourself to make them individual to yourself. This is completely private and you may find this very difficult. Have a great weekend….. PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH 12.1.2014 LESSON OBJECTIVES DESCRIBE AND APPLY EGO DEFENCE MECHANISMS Homework 1. Take the role of a psychotherapist. Offer several behaviours/thought processes which could be explained as a defence of the ego. Extension – Attempt to work out a complicated behaviour as a combination of defence mechanisms. For example, take physical abuse as a child and link this experience to adult behaviour and thought processes. PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH 15.1.2014 LESSON OBJECTIVES DESCRIBE FREUD’S PSYCHOSEXUAL STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT Homework 1. Prepare for an AO1 written assessment (Sunday) on all we have covered so far. Have a cool weekend…. PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH 19.1.2014 LESSON OBJECTIVES RECAP OF PSYCHODYNAMIC CONCEPTS AND THEORIES GENDER DEVELOPMENT ACCORDING TO FREUD Homework 1. Consider gender development and offer alternative ideas using the nature/nurture debate to guide you. PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH 21.1.2014 LESSON OBJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE AND EVALUATE THE LITTLE HANS STUDY (FREUD 1909) Homework 1. Discuss the Little Hans Study (1909) 12 marks Test tomorrow using illustration sheet for aid 4xAO1 4xAO2 BBCD Breadth of AO2 (more than one area of evaluation covered Balance of AO2 (strengths and weaknesses offered) Clarity of communication AO1 (SPAG and accurate terminology used) Depth AO1 (Aim, Method, Procedure, Findings and Conclusion Drawn) PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH 22.1.2014 LESSON OBJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE AND EVALUATE ONE OTHER MORE RECENT STUDY (AXLINE 1964, BACHRACH 1991 OR CRAMER 1997) Homework Prepare to teach (without notes) one of the above studies (AO1 only) to others in the class. Try to include as much detail as possible under the headings of title, aim, method/design, procedure, findings and concluded theory. PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH 22.1.2014 LESSON OBJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE AND EVALUATE ONE OTHER MORE RECENT STUDY (AXLINE 1964, BACHRACH 1991 OR CRAMER 1997) Homework Prepare to teach (without notes) one of the above studies (AO1 only) to others in the class. Try to include as much detail as possible under the headings of title, aim, method/design, procedure, findings and concluded theory. PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH 2- 5.2.2014 LESSON OBJECTIVES TO EVALUATE THE PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH USING MASSON’S CRITICISM TO DESCRIBE (4 AO1S) AND EXPLAIN (4 AO1S) WHETHER DREAMS HAVE MEANINGS TO ANALYSE AND EVALUATE A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF CORRELATIONAL DESIGN (AO2 AND AO3) Homework For each objective, ensure all assignments are ready for inspection by the end of Wednesday’s lesson.