Month: April 2017

InS 9 and 10 exam review

Here are the study guides for next week’s exams:

Grade 9: Monday May 8th, 9:10AM,  Exam on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Grade 10: Tuesday May 9th, 9:10AM, Exam on map skills and coastal processes

 

InS 9: Sports tourism

Discussion:

  • —Why do cities want to host the Olympics or the FIFA World Cup?
  • —What problems have occurred while preparing for Olympic games?
  • —What problems have occurred after having hosted Olympic games?

We have discussed the benefits and drawbacks of tourism, and looked at the history of the Olympic games.

Major sporting events have always had their shares of controversy.

South Korea 1986

Source

Beijing 2008

Brazil 2014 World Cup

Presentation

—In groups, you will create a short presentation describing a controversy surrounding an upcoming major sporting event.

—Create a 5 (max) minute PowerPoint presentation (10 slides max) describing:

  • The reason your city wanted to host the event
  • The main lines of the controversy
  • The benefits of hosting the event in your city/country
  • The drawbacks of hosting the event in your city/country
  • Answer these questions:
    • Should the event still take place?
    • Would you still patronize the event?
  • —The slides may not contain more than 5 words each. They should be used solely as visual aids and prompts, not essay pages.
  • You may not read from a piece of paper or laptop either. All information must be in your own words.
  • Be ready to answer questions from your peers.

Possible Topics – 2 teams can pick the same event, not the same controversy. Some sources will be available on my Diigo

  • —The Rio Olympics 2016
  • —The PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018
  • —Russian World Cup 2018
  • —The Tokyo Olympics 2020
  • —Beijing Winter Olympics 2022
  • —The Qatar World Cup 2022
  • Any other with teacher consent

Things to consider:

  • —Tourism Growth
  • —  Income and multiplier effect
  • —  Natural environment
  • —  Infrastructure
  • —  Demand for labor
  • —  National pride
  • —  Foreign policy goals
  • —  Awareness of sports
  • —  Sense of community
  • —  Empowerment of low-income residents

List of case studies

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InS 10: Disorder research question on stigma or treatment

Now that you have a good understanding of a disorder, its prevalence and its symptoms, it is time to look at stigma and treatment.

  • What has surprised you in your research or in the posters you have looked at
  • What are some misconceptions that people have about mental disorders?
  • Can mental disorders be treated? How?
  • What are some misconceptions that people have about treating mental disorders?

Researching Psychology. A message from Ms Vance:

“YIS has JSTOR, which you can browse by subject, as well as basic and advanced searches of course. Here’s a link to the Psychology section of JSTOR, which you can search within exclusively.  You’ve got access at school by IP address, but to use it at home, you have to create a personal account while you’re at school first.
 
EbscoHost – Science Reference Center database also has psychology resources, although they are likely easier to access if you look at the subject terms SRC uses before you start searching. Working with databases, as you know, can be frustrating when encountering them for more or less the first time. I would be DELIGHTED to come into your classes and train kids how to use them. 🙂
 
Same goes for History, economics and geography. They’ve been exposed to these databases as part of their PP but subject specific training on how to use them on a DP level would be very helpful for them.”

Summative assessment: In your same groups, you will create a short video on your disorder, answering a research question that you will create about either stigma, treatment or both

Your research question question must be:

  • informative to your audience
  • about a stigma or the possible treatment of your disorder, or both
  • focused about a subject that can be answered in the timeframe
  • relevant to your disorder
  • relevant to Japan

Possible ideas explaining:

  • causes
  • stigma (in Japan)
  • multiple treatment options
  • how you can help in Japan
  • where people can go for help

Your video must clearly put the question in context and go on to answer it fully through:

  • Named case studies and academic research
  • Developing an understanding of the various issues facing the disorder
  • Where relevant, information about Japanese organizations helping people with the disorder
  • 2.5 to 3.5 minutes long

TSC

Write your research question and hyperlink your video here

InS 9: Kamakura Project

Now that we have all of our data, we will put it all together here:

Then, work on the project.

Here is what you need

Project 1:

  1. Title and Aim
  2. Hypothesis (x2 + Justification)
  3. Background information (200 words max)
  4. Methods and data collection sheet (with justification)
  5. Results in tables, graphs and maps (must be student hand-or-computer made, in color with numbers and titles)
  6. Pictures with annotations, numbers and titles
  7. Analysis (integrated with your graphs and tables and pictures)
  8. Conclusion, where you answer the question (100 words max)
  9. Evaluation (100 words max)

Part 2:

  • Title page
  • 2 hypotheses with justification
  • Student-made maps and graphs
  • Analysis (max 150 words per hypothesis)

Of course, keep a close eye on the TSC and specific project requirements

InS 10: Disorder poster

We have been discussing ways of defining abnormality, and symptoms of various disorders. We will now look at prevalence and how it varies between regions, cultures, age groups  and genders.

You will create 1-sheet comparative report or poster or pictogram on the prevalence of 1 disorder.

Max 400 words

  • Describe the symptoms
  • Explain the difference in prevalence over time between two countries or region in terms of :
    • Age
    • Socio economic level
    • Gender
    • Culture

LIST OF DISORDERS

  • Schizophrenia
  • Addiction (alcohol/substance)
  • Bulimia
  • ADHD
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Dissociative Identity Disorder (a.k.a multiple personality disorder)
  • OCD
  • Other, with teacher approval

TSC A

Groups

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