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Posted: March 15, 2018

Psychology: Students who have not submitted their article on Laughter is the best medicine are reminded that these are due tomorrow. Simply find an article that shows how laughter can affect the brain, health, body. We have had articles about how it can help with pain, stress, and health. You should have an article that supports the information through experiement- how do they know that this works. About 1/2-3/4 page. Please include URL


Posted: February 28, 2018

Psychology- read article and answer posted questions.

History: Test


Period 4: reading tutor: Two things here. Please have students finish presenting their cultures to the class. I encourage asking questions in order to promote the conversations. When these presentations are finished the students can work on their memory book writing. They have been writing a scrapbook about themselves. They can continue on to the next chapter.


Period 5: Study Block- Drama students will come to this classroom. Mrs. Curtis will take the ones that she needs and the rest work on their schoolwork.


Period 6: Theatre Arts: Students were given a script to work on. This is a script that needs to be completed and updated. Please ask break up into two groups for the next couple of days.


1.      Music


2.      Script writing


These groups should choose a group leader who can take the lead to assign and make decisions about the music and script. It should a student that can lead and that has a vision for the material. The leader will then lead a discussion group to answer the needs of the script. For example- script writers may need to decide on plot, themes and outline the beginning middle and end of our story. The music team may want to start lyrics or develop tunes (then can use mixcraft to help them)- The students should work at this on Thursday and Friday and then have enough information to present to Mr. Gopee after the break. The group leader needs to assign a participation mark out of 5 for each day.


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Posted: February 22, 2018

Psychology: STEM Fair Projects finalized for tomorrow.

History: Project attached

Reading tutor: Students are developing powerpoints about themselves and their country

Theatre Arts: Presentations of project due today.

Posted: February 12, 2018


Psychology: Finished unit one and notes are posted- we will start unit 2- Scientific process. For assessment students will be expected to work in pairs to produce a STEM (Psychology) display.


History 112: What is a revolution? Students will then look at current news to determine where revolutions may occur. (Notes posted)


Reading tutor: Senior memory book and Rubric posted. This week we are working on writing our first entry for our memory book. (Rubric and outline posted)


Theatre Arts: Students will look at various musical theatre pieces by developing a persuasive presentation about the next JMH show.


Use these links to help:




1588 E. 361 N.
St. Anthony, Idaho 83445



Dramatic Publishing Co.

311 Washington St.
Woodstock, IL 60098-3308



Dramatists Play Service

440 Park Avenue So.
NY, NY 10016

(212) 683-8960


Eldridge Publishing

PO Box 14367
Tallahassee, FL 32317

(850) 385-2463


Rodgers & Hammerstein Org.

229 West 28th St.
NY, NY 10001

or 212-564-4000


Miracle or 2 Productions

330 West 42nd St.
NY, NY 10036



Music Theatre International

421 W. 54th St.
NY, NY 10019

(212) 541-4684 (tel)
(212) 397-4684 (fax)


Samuel French

45 W. 25th St.
NY, NY 10010-2751

(212) 206-8990


Tams Witmark

560 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10022

In NY (800) 522-2181
In US (800) 221-7196


Theatrical Rights Worldwide

570 Seventh Avenue
Suite 2100

(866) 378-9758
(646) 736-3232






Posted: January 17, 2018

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Posted: January 16, 2018

Psychology review posted

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Posted: January 11, 2018

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Posted: January 9, 2018

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Posted: December 6, 2017


Psychology: Students have been working on Personality. Tell students I will finish the PowerPoint tomorrow. However, after this unit we will be doing a small project on personality profiling. They will need to choose a fictional character and develop a personality and Psychological profile of the person. Here are some questions to get us started. They can begin working on this.


1.      A brief description of your fictional character- how do we know this person, TV? Movie and what do we know about them? (Usually a couple of paragraphs.

2.      What unique characteristics do we know about this person (Example- Scooby doo- likes to eat, will eat anything, feels the need to communicate, is afraid of everything, acts like a human not like his natural persona, very enthusiastic, trustworthy, comical, edgy ect.)

3.      Document what experiences that he /she may have that contributes to his behavior (why is scooby so scared- experience with Ghost, life in jeopardy ect)

4.      What types of disorders could be present?

5.      How do we address these disorders?

6. Environmental factors that developed this personality (Reciprocal determinism)

7. Psychologist approach- Freud, Jung, Adler, Erikson, Maslow, Watson, Carl Rogers.

9. Internal Lotus of control vs external lotus of control (Social-Cognitive theory)

10. Trait theory approach- what traits does the subject show.

You may wish to walk through Freud's defense mechanisms in a situation for that person (example of Brandon and Jasmisne break up.)




Posted: November 30, 2017

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