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About Me

This is my fourth year at Stratford and I'm thrilled to be back. By no means am I 'new' though!  I will be beginning my 40th year in Spring Branch ISD, having taught at Northbrook and Spring Woods.  In 2004 my oldest graduated from high school and I retired from teaching.  After a 1 month retirement (yes, 1 month!) I  returned 1/2 time and am still teaching! My oldest daughter graduated from UT and is working as a communication consultant.  She got married this year and relocated to San Francisco as her husband is employed at Google.    My youngest graduated from TCU and is working at a marketing and advertising firm in Dallas. My husband, a landscape architect and I both attended Texas Tech but couldn't interest either of them in living in Lubbock!

I am so excited to continue this  another adventure at Stratford. 

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 Myers:  Psychology, 8th edition   Worth Publishers  (AP book)

Kasschau: Understanding Psychology.   McGraw Hill Education, 2015   

Shepard and Greene:  Sociology and You  McGraw Hill Education, 2015

Julie Henry

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I'm here on B days only

B Day Schedule

Period 2 Conference

Period 4 AP Psychology

Period 6 Introduction to Psychology (fall); Sociology (spring) 

Period 8 Introduction to Psychology (fall); Sociology (spring)

Make-Ups

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 Social Studies Departmental make ups are held on Wednesday at 3:05-4:05.  Please be on time.  There is no extended time for late arrivals.  These are held in Room 323.


Please see me for any other special arrangements.  Most mornings I am here by 7:20

 

 

 

 

 

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 Tutorials are on B DAY schedule only.  By appointment, please.

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 ADVANCED PLACEMENT AP PSYCHOLOGY SYLLABUS

MRS. HENRY –   EMAIL: julianne.henry@springbranchisd.com

FACEBOOK:   AP Psychology SHS


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TEXT:  Psychology, 8th edition, David G. Myers

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  AP Psychology is a social studies elective course for juniors and seniors who would like to earn college credit through an advanced academic program.  This class will cover all aspects of the human psyche through delving into various parts of behavior, both your behavior as well as your relationship with others.  You will learn about the social and biological aspects of human behavior.

COURSE OUTLINE:

1.     The study of psychology

2.     The life span

3.     The workings of the mind

4.     Learning and cognitive process

5.     Adjustment and breakdown

6.     Social psychology

ASSIGNMENTS:

You are expected to READ the TEXTBOOK.  I will tell you in advance when the reading is due with plenty of time to read. Note cards are expected to be turned in for each chapter that you READ. 

A quiz is given for each vocabulary list, per chapter.  You will turn the note cards in for a daily completion grade and they will be returned to you in time to study for the major chapter test, or on the day of.

The major chapter tests are AP format – 5 answer choices.

 

NOTES:  Highly encouraged you take notes as you read at home and during our class discussions.  Use a spiral for good results.

NOTE CARDS:  Buy a lot now while they are on sale!  The dollar store is a good resource.

BOOKS:  Books are required as needed.  Leave at home after the first 3 weeks of class.

GRADING PERCENTAGES:

·        Tests               65%

·        Quizzes           20%

·        Daily/homework/note cards      15%   

 

CONFERENCE:   2nd period.  I work on ‘B’ days – period 2, 4, 6 and 8

TUTORIALS:  B days – by Appointment, please

MAKE-UPS:  Wednesday is social studies departmental make ups  - room 323.  All other  times can be arranged by the student on B days

MY SCHEDULE:  I am on campus B days only.

 

 

 

PERIOD 8

 

INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY SYLLABUS
MRS. HENRY – ROOM 326
 
        REMIND:  469-209-4439  
 
TEXT:  Introduction to Psychology, Kasschau, Richard:  Understanding Psychology. McGraw Hill Education, 2015
           
COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Introduction to Psychology is a social studies elective course for recommended for juniors and seniors, but sophomores are welcomed as well.  This class will cover all aspects of the human psyche through delving into various parts of behavior, both your behavior as well as your relationship with others.  You will learn about the social and biological aspects of human behavior.
COURSE OUTLINE:
1.    The study of psychology
2.    The life span
3.    The workings of the mind
4.    Learning and cognitive process
5.    Adjustment and breakdown
6.    Social psychology
ASSIGNMENTS:
ØMost of our assignments will be done in class.  Most homework is only if you need to finish at home the class work.  I expect class participation in the form of class and small group discussions. 
ØMost of the quizzes are given with emphasis on vocabulary
ØMajor tests are over each chapter. 
 
BOOKS: 
ØRequired every day.
ØIf not brought to class, I have a few you can use BUT a 50 will be the highest grade you can receive on that book work.
 
GRADING PERCENTAGES:
ØTests           60%
ØQuizzes       20%
ØDaily/homework          20% 
 
CONFERENCE:   2nd period Room 326– B day.
TUTORIALS:         B-day by appointment only
                              
         
MAKE-UPS
ØWednesday is Social Studies departmental make-ups in Room 323 for major tests.  If other times are needed, please arrange with me – TBA.
ØQUIZ make ups – next day after school.  Please make arrangements
 
PHONES:  Will be stored during tests.  Policy TBA
TEST CORRECTIONS:  To earn back some points, major tests and quizzes can be corrected after school or in the morning by appointment in a timely fashion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOCIOLOGY SYLLABUS

MRS. HENRY – ROOM 326

EMAIL: julianne.henry@springbranchisd.com

Edmodo class code: TBA       Remind:   TBA

 

TEXT:  Sociology and You,  Shepard and Green. McGrawHill Education 2015     

                                                           

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Introduction to Sociology is a social studies elective course for select sophomores, juniors and seniors as a social studies elective.   This class will cover all aspects of the human behavior in groups and various social  and societal issues of the day.

 

COURSE OUTLINE:

1.      The study of sociology and perspectives

2.      Culture and social structures

3.      Socialization

4.      Social Structure and Society

5.      Groups and formal organizations

6.      Deviance and social control

7.      Social Inequality

8.      Social institutions

ASSIGNMENTS:

Most of our assignments will be done in class.  Most homework is only if you need to finish at home the class work.  I expect class participation in the form of class and small group discussions. 

Most of the quizzes are given with emphasis on vocabulary

Major tests are over each chapter.

 

BOOKS:  Books are REQUIRED EVERY DAY.  

TEST CORRECTIONS:  Can be done on any major test only before or after school by appointment.  Must be done within 3 days of test.

 

GRADING PERCENTAGES:

Tests             60%

Quizzes            20%

Daily/homework         20%    

 

CONFERENCE:   2nd period – B day

TUTORIALS:  By Appointment

MAKE-UPS:  Major tests in Room 323 on Wednesday afternoons.  Quiz make ups and test corrections in 326 by appointment.

MY SCHEDULE:  I am on campus from 7:15- 11:45.  Special times can be arranged.