CLOA unit plan

IB Psychology: CLOA unit plan

Below you will find a week by week outline of the key ideas that are taught in the cognitive level of analysis. The plan is based on an every-other-day 80 minute block schedule.This unit plan is simply a listing of the key ideas that were taught each week. For information about activities during this unit, please see the Cognitive Level of Analysis section of this website.1. Outline principles that define the cognitive...

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Jessica Brown 30 August 2017 - 02:41

Hi John,

I am just wondering whether it is necessary to teach 'biological effects on memory"? I cannot see this in the psychology guide (2019).



John Crane 30 August 2017 - 05:03

This is the unit plan for the CLOA - that is, the old curriculum. This is required still for exams this upcoming May. In the new curriculum, this is no longer required. However, it may be worth teaching in that you can use biological research in order to teach the biological approach. There will be updated unit plans for the new curriculum in the next couple of weeks on the site.

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