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ERIC Number: ED001919
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 40
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CURRICULUM GUIDE FOR INDUSTRIAL ARTS, GRADES NINE THROUGH TWELVE. VOLUME ONE, GENERAL SHOP, GRAPHIC ARTS, WOODWORKING.
Chicago Board of Education, IL.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS, IN THE CURRICULUM OF THE MODERN HIGH SCHOOL, SHOULD TEACH THE PRINCIPLES, TECHNIQUES, AND APPRECIATION OF SELECTED TRADES AND CRAFTS AS THEY ARE ENCOUNTERED IN OUR PRESENT INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY. SOME OF THE GOALS OF THE SHOP MANUAL ARE TO ALLOW THE STUDENT TO EVALUATE HIS TECHNICAL ABILITY, TO APPLY SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES TO MATERIALS, TO STIMULATE INVENTIVENESS AND TO PROVIDE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL FOR LEISURE TIME EXPRESSION. SHOP SAFETY IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE TEACHER AND THE STUDENT. GENERAL SHOP ACTIVITIES USING ELECTRICITY, METAL, WOOD, PLASTICS, GRAPHIC ARTS, AND LEATHER ARE OUTLINED WITH SUGGESTED LEARNING EXPERIENCES. TWO OR MORE UNITS CAN BE TAUGHT BY ONE TEACHER, DEPENDING ON THE EQUIPMENT, TEACHER TRAINING, AND STUDENT INTEREST. IT IS RECOMMENDED NOT TO ATTEMPT MORE THAN FOUR UNITS BECAUSE OF THE WIDE VARIETY OF EQUIPMENT NEEDED FOR ADEQUATE DEPTH. INSTRUCTION IN GRAPHIC ARTS IS ENRICHED WITH DEMONSTRATIONS, CLASS DISCUSSIONS, RESEARCH ASSIGNMENTS, AND VISUAL AIDS. GRAPHIC ART IS TREATED FULLY IN TWO COURSE OUTLINES FOR 2 YEARS. FOUR DIFFERENT COURSE OUTLINES FOR WOODWORKING I-IV ARE PROVIDED WITH SUGGESTED PROJECTS.
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Authoring Institution: Chicago Board of Education, IL.
Identifiers: Illinois (Chicago)