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Views on Mental Illness: 1950s v. Today: Research

This guide will guide your research of disorders you have been assigned. It will also support you in the creation of a lesson plan you will use to teach your peers about the disorder and how its relevance might have changed.


You may not use Wikipedia as a source of evidence for your paper or video. That being said, I do suggest its use as a way to build background knowledge on a topic. Calling up prior knowledge or creating knowledge about a topic where none was before is essential to learning. Wikipedia is a good site for the purpose of pre-search, or educating yourself about the main points of a topic before you dig into its details. 

Time Magazine Article, 1946