unfortunately I won’t be able to be with you on Wednesday. So can you do the following please:
- Using p 138 of the textbook, do a diagram of how the body responds to acute stressors.
- Cornell notes on the rest of p 138, making special note of any questions you may have.
Thanks for your support
Hello you two,
sorry to miss you today (Friday 30th September). I am unfortunately away on Wednesday the 5th of October, so have given your colleagues the following work to do:
- Using Page 138-9 of the textbook write 4 evaluation (AO3) paragraphs to answer the question “Acute stress does not have to be damaging to health”.
- Draw a diagram of the body’s response to chronic stressors (p 140)
- Cornell notes on : The General Adaptation Syndrome; Cortisol; Effects on Memory; Effects on health.
- Cornell notes on p141 making special note of any queries you may have.
Make sure you ask your friends or Mrs Rust-Ashford if you have any queries about this work
here is a link to a brief introduction to stress – please make Cornell notes on this before our first lesson, adding information from p136-7 in the text book. Both groups need to do this for Wednesday 30th September.
please make a couple of pages of Cornell notes on (at least) the first half of this film, ready to discuss in class.
12C – For Wed 28th
please make sure you have read and acted upon each post on this blog so far. Use the folder dividers to organise your notes ready for my first check.
12C – Thursday 29th September
12D – Friday 30th September
Remember organisation is a key part of effort!
here is a blank glossary of key terms. Your job is to fill the blanks with 2 marks definitions – so each box should contain at least two sentences of explanations. Giving examples would also help. I recommend word processing the document so you don’t find yourself limited for space. You first target is two fill in five boxes containing terms relevant to the experimental method by our next lesson together.
Can you print out the handout for our lessons next week on the 19th September.