Memory models graphic organizer

IB Psychology: Memory models graphic organizer

The goal of this simple activity is to get students to brainstorm how to answer an extended response question (ERQ), better known as an essay. The above learning objective uses a level three command term. As a result, this means that any other level-three command term could be used on an exam. The most difficult of these for most students is "compare and contrast." Attached is a simple graphic organizer to have students...


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Comments 3

Nikki Rotkosky 31 October 2017 - 20:05

Hi John, One question can be framed as evaluating two models or theories of one cognitive process. In this question are students able to use one model and one theory, or must it be two of either a model or theory? For example, would they be awarded marks for writing about WMM and Schema Theory?

Nikki Rotkosky 31 October 2017 - 20:07

(not in the above compare and contrast question....using the command term evaluate.)

John Crane 1 November 2017 - 05:06

Dear Nikki

It may be one model and one theory - no problem.


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