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The students will go to my office one by one and take the exam. The student will be assigned one of the questions randomly. The topic of the questions will be based on class readings, activities and discussion. The student will be evaluated in the areas of content, grammar, fluency and pronunciation. The final will be worth 50% of the grade. If you get a score of “1” in the content area then you automatically get a score of “1” in all areas. If you do not take the test on the assigned date then you lose ten points for each day you miss taking the exam. The students will be tested on December 11. 20112. 1) Compare and contrast the protagonist in Girl Interrupted versus One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (http://foxhugh.wordpress.com/tv-series-esl-discussion-questions/girlinterrupted-versus-in-one-flew-over-the-cuckoos-nest/) 2) The student will explain the Id, Ego and Superego: Education Portal Academy video (http://youtu.be/O78LXXGQFvE). 3) The student will explain the Expanded Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, Human Needs, Self Actualization, Humanistic Psychology video (http://youtu.be/yM8SwZkvCIY). 4) The student will explain the THE BIG FIVE video (http://youtu.be/5aNvMOE0CfE). 5) The student will apply the Psychoanalytic Perspective to Harold and Maude. 6a) The student will apply Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to Harold and Maude. 6b) The student will apply Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to Harold and Maude. You have the option of describing the above graphic! A copy of the graphic will be in front of you and you can use the piece of paper to make your presentation! 7) The student will apply Carl Roger’s Person-Centered Perspective to Harold and Maude. 8) The student will apply The Big Five to Harold and Maude. 9) The student will explain Buddhist psychology with an emphasis on the three poisons and mental health. 13 14 16 17 18 The students will watch Harold and Maude. The students will discuss Harold and Maude questions. Discuss PowerPoint presentations. PowerPoint Presentations Students 1-30 PowerPoint Presentations Students 31-60 Final 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/4 12/11