Educational Psychology?

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I 'm in Psychology course , and one of my tasks I will watch a child and then write an interpretive essay (which I've never heard ) . My instructor has given me very little information or guidance on this project , even after repeated requests ( other than " we will relate my observations to theories " ) . I have completed the observations , and am currently in the process of trying to write my essay interpretive . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus This is my first psychology class I ever had , and I'm a little embarrassed because this type of activity is very strange to me . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Do you know any interpretive essays or case studies of this nature could have access to familiar with the format and content should be ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Thanks in advance for any advice or suggestions you may be able to pay .
Answer1HaniAnswered at 2012-10-08 04:50:37
I searched the web and could not find anything except for advertising for books to buy ! MedlinePlus Try this: MedlinePlus 1. List each of the behaviors that are seen in chronological order. Give them each a descriptive title , as an aggressive action , withdrawal , contemplation , perplexity . MedlinePlus 2. Then , with each, analyze and then ask yourself : Is there a psychological theory or principle demonstrated here ? MedlinePlus 3. When identifying one, write a short paragraph on it . MedlinePlus 4. Add a short sentence at first, like " behavior in children shows that many of the principles of psychology . " And a concluding paragraph that summarizes his impressions . "I observed several behaviors ... Over time , you could probably see more." MedlinePlus Something like that .
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