Adolescent Lifespan Webquest

Image c/o Baumrind via Sustaining Community.

We’be been talking about what it’s like being a child but, what is it like being a parent?!?! Here’s a few quizzes and articles to see if you’re prepared to take on parenting! Click on the link.

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AP Psych – Personality Portfolio Project, Big Five Personality Test…and a few others

You should have just finished talking about personalities.. well, here’s your chance to take those promised tests! Follow the links and complete the tests as honestly as you can.

Myers-Briggs
16 PF
Big Five Project

When done, write a a paragraph explaining your personality type according to the result of each test. Do you agree with the findings? If so – why? If not, why not? I’ll be collecting these paragraphs at the beginning of next class as part of your “check-in” mark.

Have time left? Take some more tests!

Personality Testing

Adler’s Birth Order article for Item #6 of the Personality Portfolio Project:

Is Birth Order Destiny? from Psychology Today  

Here’s a link to the Project if you’ve lost the details:

Personality Portfolio Project

Take the Gapminder 2018 Test

Part 1 – Take the Test

If you’re in my Social Studies 10 class, please take the Gapminder test by clicking here. The Gapminder project, created by the late Hans Rosling, is a non-profit organization created to fight misconceptions about the way we view our world and its global development. Now that we are studying standards of living in Socials, it is important to sort through information and look at the facts! 

 
Once you have taken the test, feel free to check out the other resources available here before we reconvene as a class. 

Part 2 – New Insights on Poverty

In this clip, Hans Rosling shows participants how to use the Dollar Street tool to inform us of how poverty looks around the world. 

 

Now lets use the tool! Click here to access the dollar street site and explore the different households. Of these households, make observations of what makes the poorest poor and the richest rich; think of it as levels 1,2,3,4 of wealth. Record these observations onto the sticky notes provided and stick them to the whiteboard along the scale  at the back of the class. To be discussed in more detail.   

 

Socials 10- Living Standards


Today, we began discussing living standards and the effects of poverty throughout the world and Canada. This chapter consists of another booklet but the formal assessment this time will be a project instead of a test. Please refer to the last page for project details.

Click here for the Chapter 14 booklet

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