Psychology/Sociology Syllabus 2016-2017
Instructor: Jerald Ross Taylor
Email address: email@example.com
School phone: 817-202-1200
Conference time: 8:57-9:40
Tutorials: 6:30-7:00 a.m., in the field house.
Course Objective and/or Description: Psychology, a study of individual behavior, from different theoretical perspectives, that range from and covers birth to death.
Sociology: covers a wide range of topics but focuses on behavior within a group setting.
Text, Readings, Materials: Classroom sets of psychology and sociology books, students will also be given the ability to download the texts onto their chromebooks once classes have begun.
Academic Dishonesty: Plagiarism and academic dishonesty are serious offenses. The academic work of a student is expected to be his/her own effort. Students must give the author(s) credit for any source material used. To represent ideas or interpretations taken from a source without giving credit is a flagrant act. To present a borrowed passage after having changed a few works, even if the source is cited, is also plagiarism. Students who commit any act of academic dishonesty may receive a failing grade in that portion of the course work. Acts of academic dishonesty will be reported to the administration.
Classroom expectations/rules/social contract
Special assignments or projects: Music that describes Ericksons psychosocial stages of development.
Supplemental readings(s) and resource(s) Sociology-Rabbitt proof fence and The
Psychology-A boy named Dibbs.
Within reason all topics are open for mature class discussion.