hellosee the file for more deteails Criteria Assessment Rubric for Individu

hellosee the file for more deteails Criteria Assessment Rubric for Individual Written Report SCORES Dream manifest content Describe the storyline of each dream in detail 3 Feelings Describe the feelings you had both in and out of each dream 3 Dream symbols Describe in detail what the symbols refer to in your life, use of web sites in report 3 Dream latent content Interpret the meaning of each dream in detail, use of web sites in report 3 References & Mechanics APA style intext citations & references Punctuation and spelling and capitalization are correct, words are well chosen, writer uses own words, no cut and pasting, use of headings, full sentences, no bullet points, follows guidelines 3 PSYC 1311: Introduction to Psychology Individual Assignment 1 Dream Log (Individual Written Report 15Points) Purpose of Assignment Each student has to submit a written report about their dreams. Specifically, they must record 3 of their dreams in detail.
This assignment aims at giving students the opportunity to explore the nature and possible meanings of their dreams.
This assignment will also help students gain an insight into the terminology and historical background of dream interpretation in the field of psychology.
Each student has to submit a written report about their dreams. Specifically, they must record 3 of their dreams in detail.
This assignment aims at giving students the opportunity to explore the nature and possible meanings of their dreams.
This assignment will also help students gain an insight into the terminology and historical background of dream interpretation in the field of psychology.
Objectives To help students interpret their dreams as possible life conflicts or sources of wish fulfillment and thus better understand the role that the unconscious plays in their lives
To help students become familiar with Freud’s psychoanalytic process of interpreting dreams
To help students become familiar with the dream terminology used in the field of psychology
To help students become familiar with popular psychology web sites
To introduce students to the process of conducting simple scientific research by keeping a Dream Log
To help students interpret their dreams as possible life conflicts or sources of wish fulfillment and thus better understand the role that the unconscious plays in their lives
To help students become familiar with Freud’s psychoanalytic process of interpreting dreams
To help students become familiar with the dream terminology used in the field of psychology
To help students become familiar with popular psychology web sites
To introduce students to the process of conducting simple scientific research by keeping a Dream Log
Instructional Media: Tools and Resources Instructor will introduce the topic of dreams by discussing Chapter 8: States of Consciousness in the course textbook.
Students will be provided with several internet sites that will assist them in interpreting their dreams.
Instructor will introduce the topic of dreams by discussing Chapter 8: States of Consciousness in the course textbook.
Students will be provided with several internet sites that will assist them in interpreting their dreams.
Web Sites for Interpreting Dreams http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dream_interpretation http://www.psywww.com/books/interp/toc.htm http://www.dreammoods.com/ http://www.dreamdoctor.com/dictionary/ http://library.thinkquest.org/11130/data/interpret/symbolism.html Dream Log Instructions To receive high marks you must record 3 dreams in detail and use the web sites to interpret your dreams and the symbols in your dreams.
Write notes about your dreams as soon as you wake up.
Write notes about your dreams as soon as you wake up.
Here are some suggestions for recalling your dreams:
a. Put a flashlight and a pad of paper by your bed for a week; if you awaken from a dream, write them down immediately (while in bed). b. Set your alarm clock for about 1/2 hour earlier than usual. Your chances are much higher of catching a dream right before waking than at other times. c. Before you go to sleep, remind yourself about your dream project. That will encourage your mind to remember your dreams. 5. Provide as many details as you can. Name the people in your dreams. Write whether they are strangers, people you seem to know in the dream (but don’t know), friends, or relatives. Also, try and describe colors, surroundings, and how long the dream seemed to last. Describe the feelings you had about the dream when you awoke. Did you feel positive, negative, scared, angry, or worried? What happened in the dreams? Were any of your dreams recurring dreams? 6. To gain high marks you must also attempt to interpret your dreams. Use the dream vocabulary and visit the Dream Web Sites to gain an understanding of the symbols in your dreams. What do your dreams say about you? Why do you think you are having these types of dreams at the moment? How can you benefit from understanding more about these particular dreams? What do the symbols (spiders, monsters, birds, cars, certain people, etc) in your dreams mean or refer to? Dream Log Reporting Requirements 1. The Dream Log must use your own language. Do not cut and paste long sentences from the internet and place them in your Log. Reword sentences. Make sure you give full complete answers with correct grammar, punctuation, and capitalization. 2. The Dream Log must: have a cover page
attach the assessment rubric (if not, 1 point deducted)
use Times New Romans or Arial, font size: 12
have a space of 1.5 between lines,
be 3 full pages in length (not including the reference list)
be written in the first person (use “I” or “my” or “me”)
use full sentences (and no bullet points)
students who copy other students’ work will receive 0%
3. Your Dream Log must use the following headings for each dream: Dream 1 Include the date, the time, estimate of dream’s length (not sleep length). Dream Manifest Content (storyline) Describe the actual dream in detail. For example, who were the people in your dream? Were they strangers? Did you seem to know these people in the dream? Were they friends or relatives? Were they friends you haven’t seen in a long time? Describe the colors, surroundings, objects. Was it daytime or nighttime? Could you see yourself? Were you looking down (birds-eye view)? Were you or anyone else talking in the dream? Was the dream in black and white or in color? Your Feelings Describe the feelings you had about the dream when you awoke. Did you feel positive, negative, scared, angry, confused, or worried? Also, describe the feelings you had in the dream. Dream Symbols What do the symbols (spiders, monsters, birds, cars, certain people, etc) in your dreams mean or refer to? (show evidence that you have used the websites). For example, if you dreamt being surrounded by a spider web, what does the web refer to in your life? Indicate the web sites you used with a citation. Dream Latent Content (interpretation) Overall, using your knowledge of symbols, feelings, and the storyline, describe what you think the dream means. Why were certain people or objects/symbols in the dream? Why were you in a particular place? How is the dream related to your life at present, or in the past? What do your dreams say about you? Why do you think you are having these types of dreams at the moment? How can you benefit from understanding more about these particular dreams? Is this dream a recurring dream? Indicate the web sites you used with a citation. Dream 2 Use the same headings as above Dream 3 Use the same headings as abovePSYC 1311: Introduction to Psychology Individual Assignment 1 Dream Log (Individual Written Report 15Points) Purpose of Assignment Objectives Instructional Media: Tools and Resources Web Sites for Interpreting Dreams http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dream_interpretation http://www.psywww.com/books/interp/toc.htm http://www.dreammoods.com/ http://www.dreamdoctor.com/dictionary/ http://library.thinkquest.org/11130/data/interpret/symbolism.html Dream Log Instructions To receive high marks you must record 3 dreams in detail and use the web sites to interpret your dreams and the symbols in your dreams.
Here are some suggestions for recalling your dreams:
a. Put a flashlight and a pad of paper by your bed for a week; if you awaken from a dream, write them down immediately (while in bed). b. Set your alarm clock for about 1/2 hour earlier than usual. Your chances are much higher of catching a dream right before waking than at other times. c. Before you go to sleep, remind yourself about your dream project. That will encourage your mind to remember your dreams. 5. Provide as many details as you can. Name the people in your dreams. Write whether they are strangers, people you seem to know in the dream (but don’t know), friends, or relatives. Also, try and describe colors, surroundings, and how long the dream seemed to last. Describe the feelings you had about the dream when you awoke. Did you feel positive, negative, scared, angry, or worried? What happened in the dreams? Were any of your dreams recurring dreams? 6. To gain high marks you must also attempt to interpret your dreams. Use the dream vocabulary and visit the Dream Web Sites to gain an understanding of the symbols in your dreams. What do your dreams say about you? Why do you think you are having these types of dreams at the moment? How can you benefit from understanding more about these particular dreams? What do the symbols (spiders, monsters, birds, cars, certain people, etc) in your dreams mean or refer to? Dream Log Reporting Requirements 1. The Dream Log must use your own language. Do not cut and paste long sentences from the internet and place them in your Log. Reword sentences. Make sure you give full complete answers with correct grammar, punctuation, and capitalization. 2. The Dream Log must: have a cover page
attach the assessment rubric (if not, 1 point deducted)
use Times New Romans or Arial, font size: 12
have a space of 1.5 between lines,
be 3 full pages in length (not including the reference list)
be written in the first person (use “I” or “my” or “me”)
use full sentences (and no bullet points)
students who copy other students’ work will receive 0%
3. Your Dream Log must use the following headings for each dream: Dream 1 Include the date, the time, estimate of dream’s length (not sleep length). Dream Manifest Content (storyline) Describe the actual dream in detail. For example, who were the people in your dream? Were they strangers? Did you seem to know these people in the dream? Were they friends or relatives? Were they friends you haven’t seen in a long time? Describe the colors, surroundings, objects. Was it daytime or nighttime? Could you see yourself? Were you looking down (birds-eye view)? Were you or anyone else talking in the dream? Was the dream in black and white or in color? Your Feelings Describe the feelings you had about the dream when you awoke. Did you feel positive, negative, scared, angry, confused, or worried? Also, describe the feelings you had in the dream. Dream Symbols What do the symbols (spiders, monsters, birds, cars, certain people, etc) in your dreams mean or refer to? (show evidence that you have used the websites). For example, if you dreamt being surrounded by a spider web, what does the web refer to in your life? Indicate the web sites you used with a citation. Dream Latent Content (interpretation) Overall, using your knowledge of symbols, feelings, and the storyline, describe what you think the dream means. Why were certain people or objects/symbols in the dream? Why were you in a particular place? How is the dream related to your life at present, or in the past? What do your dreams say about you? Why do you think you are having these types of dreams at the moment? How can you benefit from understanding more about these particular dreams? Is this dream a recurring dream? Indicate the web sites you used with a citation. Dream 2 Use the same headings as above Dream 3 Use the same headings as above
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