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Republic of the PhilippinesPolytechnic University of the PhilippinesQuezon City Campus
WORKING PLAN
Area :
General Psychology
Time : 03:00pm-6:00pmDate : July 2, 2013 No. of Students: 55Time Allotted: 1 ½ hour 
I.
 
Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:1.
 
Define what psychology is.2.
 
Explain the goals of psychology.3.
 
Differentiate each method of research used in psychology.4.
 
Appreciate the importance of psychology.
II.
 
Concept
 
The Nature and Scope of Psychology
Sub Concept
 
Definition of Psychology
 
Importance of Psychology
 
Methods of Research used in Psychology
Materials
 
Chalkboard
 
Chalk 
 
Eraser 
 
 III.
 
StrategiesA.
 
Preparation
1.
 
Routine Activities
 
Prayer 
 
Greetings
 
Checking of Attendance2.
 
Motivation
 
 Activity 1.
Since it is the first day of meeting, everyone is asked tointroduce themselves and give one word that will describe them.Afterwards tell the class that one of the subjects being tackled in psychology is personality. Since each of them has different personalitytraits, they will tend to behave in different ways and that is one of thefocuses of psychology- the behavior of an individual. In addition, each behavior that we possess has an underlying reason. This is the reasonwhy we must be able to understand each and everyone and not to be judgmental by what we only see.
 
 Activity 2.
Ask the class to list down the words that they think of when
they hear the word “psychology”. Students are also asked to write their 
explanations why they think those words are connected in this field.
B.
 
Presentation
1.
 
From the second activity, select the words given by the students which arerelated to psychology. Afterwards, give its definition.
 
Psychology is the science of human behavior and mental processes. Itwas derived from the Greek words
“psyche”
and “
logos”
meaning souland study.2.
 
 Next, explain the goals of psychology.The goals of psychology are:
 
To describe/ to understand- to be empathetic to behavior of a person
 
 
To predict- predict behaviors of a person, why people behave this ways
 
To control/to influence-
modifying one’s behavior into a more desirable
way.3.
 
Third, discuss the importance of psychology
 
Psychology helps us understand the nature and importance of humaninteractions. Furthermore, it contributes by helping educate our society tolearn and think critically.4.
 
Finally, enumerate and differentiate the methods of research used in psychology.
 
Experimental Method
 — 
the most widely used scientific way of gatheringinformation. The psychologists usually treat two variables in this method-independent and dependent variable.
 
Observation Method--- A field study method of making observations of what is going on in the environment. The investigator goes in the fieldwith a set of questions and makes observations.
 
Survey Method
 — 
in this method, the investigator asks potentialrespondents about their attitudes, their fears or their reactions or  perceptions about incidence like failing in board examination. It can usetools such as questionnaires.
 
Test Method- the test itself is the research instrument. It measure allkinds of abilities, interests, attitudes and achievements.
 
Case histories-- the psychologist study behavior through usinginformation found in anecdotal records or accounts stored in hospital,schools or municipal halls.*Note: The students are motivated to participate in the class discussion andgive their ideas on the topic being tackled.
C.
 
Evaluation
1.
 
Conduct a socialized recitation on what they have learned in the class. Askedthem to give a brief summary.

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