Outcome Chart - Saskatchewan - Psychology 20 (Grade 11)

Overall Expectations:

P20.2   Explore how spiritual, biological, cognitive, emotional and social influence the way we think and feel about the world.

Specific Expectations:

e. Investigate and evaluate ethical and moral issues (e.g., genetic engineering, organ donation, organ transplants).

h. Discuss the impact of symbols/logos that affect emotions and attitudes (e.g., sport logos, mascots, media).

j. Examine how social perceptions (e.g. stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination) are formed and changed

MediaSmarts Resources

Behaving Ethically Online: Ethics and Values
Cyberbullying and Civic Participation
Exposing Gender Stereotypes
Female Action Heroes
First, Do No Harm: Being an Active Witness to Cyberbullying
Impact! How to Make a Difference When You Witness Bullying Online
Kids, Alcohol and Advertising 3: Understanding Brands
Learning Gender Stereotypes
Marketing to Teens: Gender Roles in Advertising
Marketing to Teens: Gotta Have It! Designer & Brand Names
Political Cartoons
The Girl in the Mirror
The Impact of Gender Stereotypes
There’s No Excuse: Confronting Moral Disengagement in Sexting
Understanding Cyberbullying : Virtual vs. Physical Worlds
Unpacking Privilege

 

Overall Expectations:

P20.6 Assess impacts of individual behaviour on relationships and society

Specific Expectations:

a. Discuss previous knowledge about relationships and what constitutes a healthy relationship

g. Examine how the use of technology (e.g. social media, gaming, texting) can affect interpersonal relationships.

h. Investigate effects of violence, aggression and types of abuse (e.g., cycle of violence, bullying, consent) on an individual and implications for communities

l. Create a representation (brochure, media advertisement, display, oral presentation) that fosters awareness for inclusion, community support organizations or positive lifestyles

 

Cyberbullying and the Law
Impact! How to Make a Difference When You Witness Bullying Online

MediaSmarts Resources

Online Relationships: Respect and Consent
Promoting Ethical Behaviour Online: My Virtual Life
Relationships and Sexuality in the Media
Setting the Record Straight: Public Service Announcements on Mental Health
Technology Facilitated Violence: Criminal Case Law Advertising and Male Violence
There’s No Excuse: Confronting Moral Disengagement in Sexting
Transgender Representation in TV and Movies
Who’s Telling My Story?

 

Overall Expectations:

P20.7 Investigate connections between mental health and personal environment in relation to holistic development and behaviour.

Specific Expectations:

e. Evaluate how stress and anxiety (e.g., finances, family, social, work) can have an impact on emotional health and research sources of support.

g. Create a plan that presents resources available in own community to develop resiliency and coping strategies.

h. Investigate common misconceptions that can have an impact on accessing mental health treatments and resources and develop a project (e.g., Public Service Announcements, video, advertisements, pamphlet, picture book) to dispel negative perceptions.

MediaSmarts Resources

Dealing with Digital Stress
Digital Media Experiences are Shaped by the Tools We Use: The Disconnection Challenge
Setting the Record Straight: Public Service Announcements on Mental Health
Setting the Record Straight: Authenticating Mental Health Information Online
Seeking Help

 

Overall Expectations:

P20.9 Investigate contemporary social psychology issues

Specific Expectations:

b. Evaluate dysfunctional behaviors (e.g.,  mood disorders, eating disorders, addictions, self-harm) and their impacts on behaviour and social development

d. Discuss effects of stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination on individual and group behaviour

h. Analyze what constitutes a healthy and unhealthy relationship and differences between liking and loving someone.

i. Investigate contemporary beliefs for characteristics of beauty and the influences of cultures and media on defining qualities of beauty

j. Explore and analyze moral considerations (e.g., plastic surgery, perceptions of body image,  body dysmorphia) for societies’ version of physical beauty

MediaSmarts Resources

Alcohol on the Web
Dealing with Digital Stress
Digital Media Experiences are Shaped by the Tools We Use: The Disconnection Challenge
Exposing Gender Stereotypes
Gender Messages in Alcohol Advertising
Image Gap
Kellogg Special K Ads
Mirror Image
Online Propaganda and the Proliferation of Hate
Online Relationships: Respect and Consent
Promoting Ethical Behaviour Online: My Virtual Life
Put Your Best Face Forward
Relationships and Sexuality in the Media
Selling Tobacco
Setting the Record Straight: Authenticating Mental Health Information Online
Sex in Advertising
The Impact of Gender Stereotypes
The Price of Happiness
The Target is You!
There’s No Excuse: Confronting Moral Disengagement in Sexting
TV Dads: Immature and Irresponsible?