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ERIC Number: ED002577
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 38
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THE POWER OF WORDS WITH EMPHASIS ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS CRISIS--UNIT FOR TEAM ONE, CROTON SCHOOL. SUMMER 1964.
BYRD, C.; AND OTHERS
THE STUDENT SHOULD BE ABLE TO EXPRESS THE PURPOSE OF SYMBOLS AND USE WORDS IN SPEAKING AND WRITING A PARAGRAPH USING DIFFERENT FORMS OF WORDS OF DIFFERENT SHADES OF MEANING AND LEVELS OF DIFFICULTY. HE SHOULD BE ABLE TO ADD PREFIXES, SUFFIXES, AND OTHER AFFIXES TO A LIST OF ROOT WORDS AND UNDERSTAND WORDS AND THEIR ORIGINS. GIVEN A PARAGRAPH, THE STUDENT SHOULD BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY WORDS WHICH INFLUENCE FEELINGS, BE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE HIS ABILITY TO FIND AND USE RESOURCE MATERIALS BY INDEPENDENT USE OF THE LIBRARY, AND BE ABLE TO SPEAK AND WRITE ABOUT HIS INVOLVEMENT IN CURRENT AFFAIRS. IN THE EVALUATION OF THE UNIT, CERTAIN PROCEDURES ARE FOLLOWED. A DIAGNOSTIC TEST IS GIVEN AT THE BEGINNING TO DETERMINE WHERE THE STUDENTS STAND IN RELATIONSHIP TO THE SKILLS AND CONTENT MATTER. STUDENTS ARE FORMED INTO THREE GROUPS, BY TEST SCORES. THE TEST IS TO BE GIVEN AGAIN AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE 4-WEEK TEACHING PERIOD TO DETERMINE THE STUDENTS' GROWTH IN THE AREAS CONCERNED. WORKSHEETS, CARTOONS, INFORMATION SHEETS, AND QUIZZES COVER SUCH SUBJECTS, AS NAACP, KU KLUX KLAN, CIVIL RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS, AND PROMINENT NEGROES.
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Identifiers: CAMBRIDGE; MASSACHUSETTS