Flowers for Algernon

What do I see in the inkblot?

Part I: Write a report on the Rorschach test and the Thematic Apperception Test Should be no less than 3 pages long – email- remember in your own words!!!

BE SURE TO INCLUDE:

1. The historical background to the Rorschach Test and the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT Test)

2. Identify how these tests open up the door to the subconscious

3. Do you believe looking at ink blots and pictures,  someone would better understand who you are and your personality? Why or why not?

Blog – Create a BLOG on wordpress.com (SEND ME LINK- mjsevensins@wordpress.com) or it could be another website –

4. Find a site and take the test your self – This will be posted to the Blog you create!

5. Create a blog on word press about Rorschach and TAT – Post an Inkblot and 5 Pictures you believe would reveal a story – send me the link – Be sure to include open-ended question under each picture

Part II: Take an IQ Test on line

1. Find an IQ test on-line and post the link  on your blog

2. Take the test and discuss how you felt after you reviewed your results – all posts

3. Is this IQ test an accurate and valid measure of your intelligence? Why or why not?

4. Research the history of IQ in this country and explain why the IQ is very controversial and can be used to separate and segregate

5. Should schools use IQ to limit which students can take certain classes? Why or why not? Explain

ALL ON BLOG – BE CREATIVE, USE PICTURES, LINKS, MUSIC AND OTHER RESOURCES TO ADDRESS THESE THEMES

 

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